17 Burst results for "Doug Otto"
"doug otto" Discussed on Bald Move TV
"The no rules just right. Everyone come see your compadres data. Yeah no it's totally the commercial. It's totally the jingle fucking love it and it makes it can also one of the things. Alex is a bit more of a clown this. I think he's always been kind of the clan of the career but he's more of a clown kind of it kind of takes the sting out of the character going away honestly like it feels like almost like they wrote to make alex kind of all the jokes Yeah he's the douchebag that likes the fucking likes getting onto mechanical ball when And and getting thrown off and cetera up. So what's a low g mechanical bull riding you get thrown off and you go forty feet into a wall right right right. Yeah whereas like probably a lot easier to stay on it right you know. They must have the buck three times harder to compensate for reduced martian. Gravity dam spin three times faster back on the luna the union. The un secretary general pasture calls an admiral delgado to his office to speak frankly about his measured. Response to marco's atrocities. Okay this is the already add Yeah where he he then asks doug otto about even think. This is the right decision and delgado's gets fire fire sameting clearly. It's not all just like our from a military perspective. This is the right call now. It's from a personal perspective. And he lays out the strategy of like look years no way this can be a disproportionate response when you're talking about taxes civilians. He's haydn human shields. This not going to be blood on your hands. And then you know pasture quite reasonably saying. I have a feeling the all this. We're all going to have blood on their hands and gatos children response. Well if it's their blood. I'll take it get it like i said. Id's are understandable human impulses into enemies hands and the. It's going to be a longer harder. War to fight in urgency. A well armed when like this one. But it's probably the quicker in the long run. It's to quicker more sure way towards getting back to the peaceful stable equilibrium room. You want and maybe maybe a way to like if you do resist like you know. To the extent that the earth to exempt to earth and martians resist disproportionate responses. A gives the beltre's that are horrified by this and saying this is us it gives them strength and makes the aggressors in the belt the bloodthirsty ones that people chant makes them week to the extent that earth leans in and brutalizes. More beltre's weakens the people crying out for peace and saying this isn't us and it strengthens those marcos inca fans you know like you can. You can argue whether it's like you know moral whatever all you want. I'm just saying that's the literal calculus on the ground. So as a military strategist. He's got to know that right. I think he's a little bit cloud. Like i feel like every time i've seen military debate like the the ge like thank god we have civilian control the military because we didn't always just be like fuck it. We got these nukes nukem. We got these troops. Let's run down their throat. We.
"doug otto" Discussed on Bald Move TV
"Keeping someone can find like this essentially the rest of their life. And i also thought it was really weird where like you just just solitary confinement can drive a person crazy. She's been going through this for. Maybe a year probably longer honestly before they went out ila so several years and she just seems kind of like tired. Dopey but like the idea that you just keep a person in like a six pack like a three by three cube having drugged up all the time you know. It's it's it's a comment. They're in solitary confinement. But it it. it's a little. They had this term in war hammer forty k. grim dark which is like you know this. This idea that the the the world doesn't value human life and that's fucked up and that's part of the things you like about it. But then there's an informal term called grim derp which is where they go pile on the darkness so much to become a self parody. And that's what i felt about melba indus like little little cage drafted this. This chair kept doped. Up elect does does really. This is this is I don't know. I don i it it. It felt weird that And some people would volunteer to be down here like why. Yeah like at this point. That's her living best life because the other option is you get the implant surgery. The ruins are i. Yeah yeah. I don't know that's the thing. Maybe they they make a lot of times when some of those questions. I haven't read the books that makes a little bit more sense because now i'm thinking like that wasn't like she did that. Like like on the black market. She didn't go to lake a high priced. Plastic surgeon to have it done nice and neat this kind of like a back alley body modification that is very hard to undo but him just seems like such a such terrible place to be. That makes you feel bad about earth like assure we in four hundred years in the future. This is the way we treat criminals. We haven't figured out a better way. Holy shit let's move onto out of sarala osceola show. Yeah okay no. I'm rolla is she's trying to get a hold of the higher powers is the un to warn them that they're under attack win. Doug otto tells her that another rock hit and She tries to call gal on you in one. And i don't know how far into this you wanna go We we then head over to gal. She's getting this this update on the asteroid action. She refuses to go to luna For for safety as she deals with this crisis and then obv- sarla no one's picking up the phone up on you and one and so she gets a hold of the chef that still I guess hasn't blocked her number yet and has him bring data pad to gal. Sit down in front of her and finally gets a message to her says. Look this is an attack. Gal seems very receptive to some advice at this moment and tells her. Hey the watchtower can can detect these things. They're stealth rocks. Marshek pointed over there. link all this sentinel system to the watch towers So she does it. She thinks officer. And there's this another attack Another rock hits and it just obliterates you and one yeah yeah So that's three rocks. It hit now At one so one night host the africa one in north philly And then you they she. They said that she was in southeast asia. So something over there. And like the maybe the indian ocean or or whatever What lock you know that you took out the essentially decapitate the entire. You in government You know with all these kind of more or less. I imagined random day. There's no way that they maybe. They can with sophisticated orbital analysis. You can determine exactly where these are gonna hit and win where. We'll gabby in any moment that i was just offering some junk. But maybe they knew about. I mean maybe the philadelphia was supposed to destroy the the un headquarters like or at least disrupted imagining islands. Fat slamming earth with rocks pretty far in advance hit probably while the launch a rocket earth. Sure but that's yeah. I just thought that I admire her for not wanting to leave. That's like the impo but on the other hand like is low earth orbit really leaving the planet. Have you abandoned earth if you're in low earth orbit and you're also out of reach of just atmospheric turbulence snapping slapping your your plane down but It's a great scene. I this some of my favorite stuff like I remember There's there's a plot a lot. Like this. And the tom clancy jack ryan series not the tv. But the books where jack ryan pissed off the president so much that None of the three seconds midnight situation the soviet premier. They're all about the launch. Nukes and jack ryan can't get into the room with the evidence that it's all a terrorist misunderstanding plot. Am and the frustration. I thought that they might make more of a meal of it. Honestly because it seems like you know went right to the chef that's clever by the way and Hopefully it works out. That guy doesn't end up Signed to one of the pits. The for the poor matt matt. Mack iran sheff. He's done he's gone dead man. Oh god you yeah yeah. It's not some had a real good golden parachute doubt it. Yeah he's like steven seagal underseas. He's actually a former navy seal. He was able to get into an escape. Pod and a split seconds and and He's gonna vow revenge but Yeah yeah and. I also thought like you know i was reeling by this point in the episode like holy shit My first question is are they going to get the things tasks or is this going to be. That thing's going to be it. Earth is just gonna take hit after hit after hit. I'm actually kind of amazed that they got that order relayed because it was like ten seconds later. Yeah it was quick. She got wiped off the face of the earth dam. She's in an emergency situation. You know they. They have response times when shit like this is going on. Yes that's true. And the secretary general says job you jump. Yeah especially when you're talking about the defense of planet earth. Yeah i mean she certainly dead right. There's no chance that like cow's gonna come back. Plano came came apart. No like i said like it'd be one thing if it was something like air force one where you saw like secret service hustling her towards some kind of armored pod in the center but she was just standing in a conference room. Nah there's no fucking way she's dead. Okay cool maybe the chef. Maybe maybe the navy ex-navy seal the taryn marine seal Chef has to get out. But that's that's it anything else. You wanna talk with these three scenes or don't think so good good stuff So then we go over to holden and fred watching this container that the semi as can be picking up while bowl and his guys are hiding inside. There is some kind of disturbance onto station and monica sees the the devastation on earth. Happening on the news holding detects a trap and tells everybody get out but then the trap spring sakai shoots fred in the back. She runs off. She's joined by a couple of other beltre's they leave on a shuttle. Tiga station gets hit with a drop. Pod and fred tells holden as as he's bleeding out That the pro molecules sample is in his quarters.
"doug otto" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Joyce Kaufman show. Karen Curtis in for Joyce, she'll be out for the next few days. And we'll just try to fill in for the big shoes to fill me tell you, but I've got some pretty heavyweights with me or in the studio, of course, we do have a Lieutenant Commander Doug Otto retired US navy seal, and he's also on the board of the innate national navy seal museum, which is in for Pierce. And also joining us, of course, is former special agent, FBI special agent Stuart Kaplan, who's now a defense attorney but Hector Delgado. You've just gave me this beautiful never forget navy seal memorial. This is for the museum and memorial and the memo, it's gorgeous, tell me about how the seal started again. So back in World War, Two the, the Germans and the Japanese were putting these obstacles in where the allies were going to land, and many of the soldiers in the marines were drowning in eight feet of. Of water with all their gear because they thought they had, you know, the, the landing craft had hit the, the beach. So the navy asked for volunteers. They brought in a bunch of volunteers to become naval combat underwater demolition teams. And the training was held up here in Fort Pierce in a secret base before the causeways were actually there. That's Hutchinson island. Correct. Yeah. In north Argentina and the training was held there. So that is basically the birthplace of the frogman, and then John F Kennedy president Kennedy in nineteen sixty two converted all those underwater demolition teams into seal team's. That's how we evolved the seal, I see is gotta be tough to become a seal, and you actually help teenagers. I mean, your values are honesty, integrity, generosity, and you give back to the community you inspire the tea and your teenage mentor mentor teenagers. And I know you have a fifteen year old daughter, Isabella. That's my next project mentor, but you have to make career decisions and that's so hard at that age to enlist. The military and you sit on the naval academy selection board on behalf of Senator Marco Rubio. That's huge. Yes. These kids are they're the future, and we wanna make sure that we provide the Senator a good nomination so he can make the final selection, and it's a, it's an honor to do it because I know we're, we're mentoring an impacting them. It's also good to see these kids, what's out there and yes, you bring instead for them to see you. So I told Stewart that you were coming on. He goes, I know, heck dirt how you to know each other. Well, we have a mutual friend amongst the monks. The group behind mutual friends. Okay, so small world in other words, small world, you're turning red. What's going on? He was an FBI. And I was in customs, I was accustomed eight so we also work together we dance before. He stole my cases. Well, I feel that I'm really well protected in here. Don't you Hobo? I mean, gosh, it's such an honor to have you both in here. But when we come back, we're going to talk about this awesome active shooter response training program. You have seminars and a system. It's like a cut out the middleman, you don't even have to wait for nine one one or anything like that. If there's an active shooter, a button is pushed and bang, you know, exactly where that person is, and there's video and all that good stuff. So that is so pickle because of parkland what happened there and then also Stewart's could've in Tallahassee on Tuesday with former sheriff, Scott Israel, he's fighting to get his job back. So all kind of dovetails nicely. And then now we've got teachers that have been allowed to carry that, you know, if the if the school board allows it and paramedics as well in the state of Florida. So lots going on, on this topic, and we'll take your calls as well when we come back after the news, if you have any questions for Hector or Stewart, eight seven seven fifty eight five eighty five eight seven seven eight fifty eight five eighty five. We'll be right back after the news. You're listening to the Joyce Kaufman show. Here are fifty WT Al show be out for the next few days. So we will try our best to fill in for the great one..
"doug otto" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Like, I don't know. I didn't see what Josh Harrison's rationale was. But presumably he's thinking like I can honor Louisville care by wearing this uniform number in. I can use this as an opportunity to bring him up. Yeah. This so these are three these are such different circumstances. And so with Halliday, it is obvious that the number will be retired someday. Right. Well, the managing pitch for years affiliates. And I think there have been other. Pitchers or players who have warned that numbers since he retired. I don't know. AJ burnett. Did. Yeah. Yeah. He's more of a blue Jay to me. He well. He is definitely more blue Jay. Yeah. I don't think that Freddie, Galvez should wear his number the Blue Jays that we're talking about. We're talking about Freddie, Galvez on the Blue Jays. Yeah. Listening to artists all that closely. I was trying to find Andrews Email in my inbox. All right. So let's just put aside that that I'm I'm wrong about how they legis for the sake of simplicity. Let's continue to note that there are different circumstances here. So in one case he might have a player who's uniform number is going to be retired and simply hasn't yet. And in that case, it does seem like it would be kind of disrespectful lower. Or would would be kind of knowing that you that you jumped in there the last minute, even though clearly the the intent of the team's probably a can be surmised. And then in another case, you have the Whitaker whose number should have been retired. And Josh Harrison is is in a sense protesting shaming. The Tigers exactly allowed to wear this number. Exactly. Right. Like it calls attention to the memorialize career of Louisville. Yeah. In the Freddie Galvez case. I don't think that I don't think that Batista's number is likely to be retired. And I don't think that wearing his number in six years will be seen as a will even vote. The memory of Jose bautisa is a blue Jay. And I kinda feel like maybe last year it would have been nice to not wear number. But this year, he should've felt perfectly fine. Like, I would not have felt like he was in any way stomping on Jose about these memory. I don't know. I mean, I know that. But the meant a lot to as fans because he got the back to the playoffs backflip. Yeah. So so I I get that. I think I don't know. Like, if I were Freddie Galves, I might just not want to do it because I'm Freddie Galveston. I might not wanna look presumptuous to anyone I wouldn't want anyone to look at me. And have any reason to compare me with Jose Bautista? I guess is basically what I'm thinking. I just wouldn't want that extra added burden. If it is one at all. So I can see why he wouldn't want to. I absolutely think that it's a good call by Josh Harrison just to bring attention as you're saying to too ludicrous because Whitaker is just criminally. Underrated not only by the hall of fame. But also by the Detroit Tigers, I guess, and and I mean, Willie Horton's numbers retired by the Tigers. And Jack Morris's numbers retired by the Tigers. They should probably just get around to retiring who would it curse number Allen tramples retired. They were kind of a tandem. So anyway, it's that's a weird one. I would say I mean, the whole it's like like Jackie Robinson's numbers retired everywhere, which is a way of recognizing him. And yet there's also one day a year where you can wear Jackie Robinson's number two honor him. So it's kind of like both ways. It depends on the person and the player and and the sentiment. I think both can be ways to honor a player. So kind of depends on the circumstances. The Bluejays have only retired two numbers Halliday in Roberto Almar. Am I wrong is is Jose Bautista candidate to have his uniform number dire? They didn't retire Carlos Delgado's. And Delgado played more was probably better and keep spotty stuff from being the franchise home run leader. And really the franchise other things leader. So I don't know maybe they're just waiting on Doug Otto..
"doug otto" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"The he does that. And does it at a price that his backers had to be delighted with twenty one dollar when mutual and by the way, speaking of the wind Mutual's game builder performance from Nick. Building that ticket that three by two by six and that ticket very successful. And a lot of players that was almost two hundred for a buck. Try paid ninety seven to change for fifty cents. So close to two hundred for a buck, and then the double because of course, Zulu alpha did prove out and Mel mic Melnyk ran a tremendous race to the just just miss chasing Zulu alpha the wire and ran very very well. For Kevin it's art but great job by Nick. And I know a lot of players, especially after jaywalks miscue. And jaywalk kind of fits that. I started a reference some of the the toe stubbing that's gone on so far this year with horses coming back and. Conversation about that that one gap in in j what's Johnny? We were with Johnny and teen and I were at Philadelphia for the weekend. And we were with Johnny Gaylon Saturday. We'll talk Johnny obviously at the top our to Johnny said that he's he's he hates when there's any hiccups on these on these paths on these in oak. The roads to took Lori. And then there was that that little gap in jaywalks, preparations and John service. He it off and set it just. Probably just hope certainly that she needed it. And. It's funny. Seven horse a seven letter horse. Seven letter name starts with j Gelin if you were expecting if you're expecting that kind of a of a name, it wasn't shelter in that you expect it the funny thing about it is in that. The voter Dale if Jay walk was going to stubborn toe and not. Be ready and fall short not fire. Then really any of the others. There was I'm sorry. I maybe some people somehow were. You know, we're convinced of something that isn't readily apparent but virtually that whole field. That whole field any of them could've won. And. From a. From a point then stylistically. Once Jay walk. Failed to reach the front. And you realize there's going to be an upset here. Any of them go to one? So congratulations, Alexis Delgado yet another of the army. Of Venezuelan horsemen. And we love to have him. We'd love to have him on. But his English is not. Is not good so. Nope, ueno. And so we'll congratulate Alexis Delgado. The tap is our Philly. She was really good. And and, you know, having Lewis I is right now, you can't really go wrong. Either Sayas just powering everything home. Really? Really writing spectacularly well. And he picked up the well. A rare about that case the organ giving us a giving us a hiccup. So. I think I think we've warned that out after fifteen years of playing. But. What an ice win. This is for Doug Otto who does got got a handful of horses, and I don't know bunch. But yes, been winning, you know, eight nine ten percent for couple years. And it's obviously a big breakthrough win and edgy ran. Don't don't get yourself. He ran gel Chern. And from a purchase point. This was a seven thousand dollar Keeneland yearling. She broke her maiden at Calder for fifty. But then has been you know, keeping good company and she was only two lakes in the forward. Cow. You know, it's not like it's not like. She was beaten to polls. Pretty good effort. So those were the the three year old they track the vents the rest of the day. Day was. For the most part the to Chad Brown winners and. As Mike Welch suggested that can't be our park. He made he made his best bet. She was very good. And then of course, I think we all kind of expected press use in the Honey, FOX..
"doug otto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To all of it? I'm Alison Stewart today, the most diverse freshman class the US congress has ever seen is being sworn in. And if I'm reading the CNN scroll correctly, the new democrat, tragically controlled house has gaveled into session. They will be one hundred and twenty seven women in the one hundred sixteenth congress one hundred and six Democrats Twenty-one publicans, and as a result of the two thousand eighteen midterms. The average age has dropped from fifty seven years old to forty seven years old when a main reasons is a lot of young new blood including five new New Yorkers Alexandria, CASA Cortez. Antonio delgado. Max rose Joseph morale and Anthony Brindisi. So what's next we have with John O'Connor WNYC's, Washington correspondent, and Christina Greer, associate professor of political science at Fordham. Thanks for being on this show. Guys, south John? Let's start with you since you're down in DC. So we normally know how this this days goes, but there's a government shutdown right now. So what is it like? Swear in a new class to congress in the midst of a government shutdown. Well, it's not all that different for congress. I mean, the processes are still the same. But in talking to some of the members a lot of them ran on dissatisfaction with congress that they were going to try and come and fix some of this credit lock from the problems that they've seen for for years in congress. And so to them taking over during a shutdown a frustrating example of of what they came to fix was on call with representatives elect interview. Delgado this morning is the nineteenth congressional district in knots and valley, and he expressed some real frustration that that he has to come take office during a shutdown eighty and he did say that there were some issues in in trying to make the transition and getting his office set up that shutdown didn't helping John we have excerpts of Nancy, Pelosi's speech, they've already been released, and I wanna read one paragraph for you and Chris Neal listen to this too says when our new members take the oath, our congress will be refreshed and democracy will be strengthened by the optimism idealism and patriots. Some of this transformative freshman class, what are some of the ways is class could be transformative John. Well, the the biggest thing is is the number of women in this congress have used a record. According to the pew Pew Research. We've got one hundred two women plus four nonvoting women in the house and in twenty five women in the Senate. It's the highest percentage ever there's a lot of other first among them. We have the first Muslim women elected to congress. There's two of them were she did to leave Ilana. Mar there are first native American women elected to congress. Oh, just kind of up and down the ranks here. We have a lot more diversity Representative. He represented in the body, politically we're talking about things being transformative is well, many of these New Democrats don't want to play by the old rules. They're looking at changing the way money affects politics and policy, the swearing off pack money during their campaigns. They're they're pressuring other Democrats do the same and they want to put. Push big sweeping legislation like Medicare for all making college free for everyone even talking about eliminating the filibuster in the Senate trying to pretend to pressure Democrats there to eventually do that if they take control of the Senate, and so leadership really can't take for granted that the way things have always been done in the past is the way that they will continue to be done. They were gonna see one example of that today in a vote on the house rules normally this is pretty procedural in standard. But we've seen Alexandria cops who Cortez of she's gonna vote against these rules because see objects to requiring congress name ways that they're gonna pay for projects when they pass them. So we're going to get back to that back to that in a second. But I do want to ask you a question about Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell because as the house was being sworn in afterward there were hugs and high fives and watching CNN a little tiny monitor but McConnell is smart and tough and clever. What are some of his options to protect the Republican agenda? What the biggest thing is controlling the calendar. That's a lot of the power in the Senate. And so when the house send over a Bill House Democrats send over a Bill McConnell can essentially make it disappear. You won't get a hearing it won't ever appear on the calendar for a vote. I mean, remember this is a guy who made a supreme court nominee disappear for a year. You're not get receive a vote. So that's the biggest thing we're seeing a pretty good example of it happening right now with the government shutdown Republicans would like to protect President Trump from having to veto a spending Bill that would reopen government. And so the Senate now things under McConnell is now saying that they're not going to vote on a package that the house is expected to send over later today or tomorrow, even though it's the same thing with the Senate voted for two weeks ago. So I mean, that's just one way of doing it. All right, John asks you to hang on, so Christina, do you think of this freshman classes being transformative or do you think it's high personally I'm trying to be optimistic and twenty thousand nine especially since so many of these. Candidates are not career politicians. They are younger. I think I'm optimistic because there's this combination of D scripted. And when it seems like substantive politics representation as well. So we're not just getting women for women's sake or women of color, but we're getting women that actually care about real issues that honestly will the entire country. I mean, there's no such thing as a woman's issue. You know, I would say reproductive rights finances job security, all of those are American issues. Not just a woman's issue. I think the the pay gap is it should be an American problem. Now, just a woman problem. So I am inspired. I mean, I think we also have two Democrats have to look really long and hard about how many of these women were elected despite the Democratic Party, primaries matter and many of them were not supported in their particular primaries, obviously, Alexandria, Cossio Cortez's. So the most famous example of that. But many of them did not get the the big d democratic support or money. From the institution of the party organization, and they won because of a message because of hard work because of inspiration, whatever it may be. And so that's why I think I'm cautiously optimistic and especially with the leadership of Nancy Pelosi. No, she is not perfect. However, you know, someone posted on Twitter today. Nancy Pelosi started her political career in her forties. Let that be an inspiration was like, no, she started her electoral politics career for herself in her forties. She started her political career when she was in elementary school born. With the Dell asandra family in Baltimore. So I'm very inspired by her level of knowledge and respect of the institution of congress in Washington DC, and I do think that as she approaches. Her eightieth birthday, she recognizes that these women are the future. And if she is to have a legacy, and if the Democratic Party is to have a legacy she's going to have to work, well with them and also compromise at certain points in time. But also, let them know there's certain things that DC works in particular ways. And yes, we can change things and shake things up. But the role of institutions are slow changing for reason. And that's what the framers intended. So that doesn't mean that they should be immune to change, but we should also respect the process. So that they can come in learn how DC works. Learn how this Radic childlike president works, and then work on behalf of the American people. I asked you this feminist a feminist I'm making proper assumption again. There's this idea that women are more collaborative when we talk about. There are more women. Do you think this will make a difference on that issue that women tend to be more collaborative? I went to a single sex school for quite some time and ASO taught at Smith College from right time. I do think that there is. Merit to that research. I think also these women are coming in. And I would it feels like a very Shirley Chisholm ask unbutton in Boston. Notion. And so, you know, if you've been following these women on social media for these past few weeks since they got elected on November six many of them have already been collaborating on just ideas and concepts and trying to earn out certain policy issues that may affect one blonde woman's district more so than another. I think that you know, we've we've had her for many hundreds of years of homogeneous leadership, and it's been fine. But I think it's definitely time for us to have a Representative government in the way the framers intended. And I know that makes a lot of men uncomfortable. It makes a lot of non people of color uncomfortable. But it's twenty one thousand nine so as my dad's is either get on the train or get run over by the train. And I think that's what these women are essentially saying, it's a it's a new day in politics, and we need something new because we are dealing with the president that we've never seen before that the framers warned us about and tried to protect us again. If we read the constitution closely. If we read the federalist papers closely, and I do think that the Democrats need to read federalist ten to understand factions because we will have some factions. We already have some if you remember the Bernie, Hillary debates and the Obama Hillary as well. So I do think that there is merit to this collaborative notion, though, not to say that everyone's going to his brain each other's hair and have a get along gang. But. Hopefully, the level of respect for what's good for the nation. Especially in these particular times, you know, what's good for immigrant families. What's good for mixed status families with good for working, the working poor people who are crippled with debt? You know, as a professor, I see so many students I've had he wanted to go into particular accusations, but can't crypt with undergraduate debt to say nothing about graduate school. I think a lot of these women understand that because many of them are going to congress with debt. Right. I mean, if you remember Brock Obama paid off his school loans what the year before he ran for the presidency. So we're seeing people in government who reflect the American public sort of thinking, you've Stacey Abrams famously saying, you know, everyone's chastising her or some people were chastising her about her debt. And she's she's essentially saying my problems are the problems of basically ninety percent of Americans in really thinking about helping wants family thinking about. College bills and things like that. So I am on January third. Cautiously optimistic that the Democratic Party under the leadership of Nancy Pelosi. I'm excluding Chuck Schumer explicitly in the conversation. But under the leadership of Nancy Pelosi will be able to move forward and keeping my Nancy Pelosi is smarter than the president. She's more knowledgeable of the institution of congress and the executive office when compared to the president she's been in politics much longer. I mean, this is a compliment she's a political beast. She's a shark. She's a shark shark. Just is and if anyone knows anything about urban politics, if anyone knows anything about city politics or mayors or Baltimore, you know, that Nancy Pelosi is the real deal and LBJ once said when he's calling the civil rights movement in Vietnam and everything's collapsing on him. And he's like, you know, what things could be worse. I could be a mayor, right? So Nancy Pelosi saw that up close and personal with her father. And also her brother, and I think that she knows how to weather a storm with grace. And I'm I'm really hoping that she'll be mentor to. A lot of the new leaders that are arriving in DC, John. I want to bring it back down to back to Doug Otto for a moment. He's going to represent a majority white district in the Hudson river valley and his his opponent tried to make this an issue during the campaign, but it was actually his stance on healthcare that helps them outright. So we're looking at young people coming in and not necessarily. Basically running on the issues. He he made that point repeatedly this morning. The thing he learned so far is if you do right by your constituents, then then that's the right thing to do. And and so when we're talking about Pelosi, for instance, he early on came out and said he was going to support Nancy Pelosi for speaker because he met with her and got some promises from her to handle water issues, for instance, in the district, and who seek falls and to put him on a committee that was gonna look at the opioid addiction problem across the country. So I mean, that's one example of how people see and and members like Antonio Delgado or finding some mutual benefit in the situation, so Christina you host a podcast called FAQ NYC. What do you expect folks from New York to focus on immediately? And what do you think they should focus on immediately? Why I wrote this for a think city states predictions? I mean, I'm very curious to see how we handle marijuana legislation. You know, all of a sudden the governor is. A gateway drug I had an ipod popped open his inauguration day, always say, you know, this is why primaries matter I mean, so many things that Cynthia Nixon and her team brought to the forefront are issues that Cuomo now all of a sudden cares about. So I do think that marijuana. The question marijuana will be on the table. My issue in my concern is that the legalization of marijuana legalization won't be on the table, but not necessarily the decriminalization which I think really affects a lot of New Yorkers have color New Yorkers who are in marginalized communities Yorkers who are from essentially, seven zip codes, realistically..
"doug otto" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Sanofi's? Police chief announced the fiesta schedule a few differences for nineteen fifty eight the fiesta would have a preview broadcast over K G G MTV and our peak at the festivities featuring the fiesta Queen Don Diego de Vargas members of the US to council and a mariachi band to as usual, the fiesta formerly began with these solemn celebrations of the ARGUS mass at the cathedral in the morning, food and entertainment on the plaza. And that night old man gloom Zober went up in flames at well. With a little extra kerosene help. Because it had rained and big z appear to be a little soggy, but the gray skies didn't last and fiesta went on starting a new tradition. Young Edmundo Delgado. That was nineteen fifty eight's Don Diego de Vargas threw a bash for his soldiers at the home of his parents, Mr. MRs Eddy. Doug otto. Yeah. That's a that's a family with the esta in the blood the daughter Angelina Delgado Eunice served on the court in nineteen fifty seven and another son Carlos was nineteen fifty eight's fiesta clown. I had no idea. There was such a thing. Oh, the music that was by the mariachi Apolo and mariachi Lena's and special. Guests was the yes to Queen Mary Esther Garcia. That's right. Twenty two years old. I think Loretta graduate work being for the motor vehicle department. The Queen was attended by princesses that see Cecilia Isabelle Becca and. Gutierrez Virginia mother Lucero Imelda, Selena or descend Indian princesses Rowsley clues and DeLores Perez and that year, the melodrama was held in the tent in the empty lot next to the Santa Fe river at the college street crossing. That's before they built the state land office building there last year. Nineteen fifty seven three out of the four shows all held in the open air were rained out..
"doug otto" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Moving toward a progressive. It's almost like a an oxymoron a progressive redundant. Rather progressive communist revolution? That's what it's all about. That's what it's all about the one of the things. Glenn beck. Talked about today a stunningly fabulously. So as he always does on the in the in the second hour of the show. He was all over what's actually happening on the border any tied to George Soros. Not many people have done that yet. George Soros isn't down there directly handing out cash, but he is handing out cash directly to organizations that are funding this invasion into the United States, but tens of thousands tens of thousands of illegal aliens that are essentially an all male army. Do you know that all male army? They'll put a woman out in front with a kid in diapers and as Beck pointed out today beautifully. So the kid out in front with diapers. More often than not is seven or eight years old. They've diapered him up for. For the visuals on the camera that serious and why because that kid can run walk and move freely as opposed to a kid they'd have to drag along with them. And they want them to build a move freely as they move toward the fence with the invasion a male force behind him. And as soon as the kid with the mother and the bunch of them, the the not just one get up in front. The guys in the back. Start throwing rocks. It's called rocking out rocking our border patrol people at this is a strategy. It worked in Israel was HAMAs. Why wouldn't it work here? It worked in on the border in Israel with the guy and the Gaza Strip with HAMAs. Why wouldn't it work here? It's the same thing. It's a terrorist operation. The media's not telling you that as such are. They didn't say it like I said it did today. And what I said straight up accurate what they say is a lie woman with children being teargassed on the border. Our terrific. Ben Stiller says, it's horrible. Trumps. You get the point now. I'm thinking about signing backup. I let it lapse for longest time. We had. A Beck's the blaze you've got to subscribe. And then you can watch the TV show. I'm thinking about going back in because he said, he's gonna talk about this in detail tonight. Nobody does investigative journalism. Like he does. I'm not a Glenn Beck. Kool aid drinker. I I know the truth when I hear it and more often than I hear him when I'm working out in the morning at the blues compound of love is blasting on the radio. And man he is on top of today. The the the second hour of Beck show today. There's a chance you can get it get it. Don't miss it. Now. If you want to know what's actually happening on the border back into the Congressional Black caucus were exposing here. I stuck it up on my Facebook page, they run exit Facebook, the top post print it out share it. To believe off here with Frank balance. That he went to jail Congressional Black caucus nonprofits, notoriously function of slush funds for corporate lobbyists. We we already completed that congr-. Oh, let's start with this paragraph in the last decade over single. I know we did this before. But in the last decade every single House Democrats sent to prison for financial crimes was the Congressional Black caucus member. In the last twenty years over it's been over eighty percent are deeply troubling stats. Yes. They are another Congressional Black caucus claim to represent the interests of the black community, but then devolved into disgusting orgy of corruption Congressional Black caucus members are the easiest bribe the most willing to put out for corporate lobbyists. Yeah. Using the rhetoric of civil rights to cash in on their communities. They've turned up racism into a cottage industry, by the way, haven't they learned well from L Sharpton. Will the freshman Congressional Black caucus talking about the new crew coming in a class break with tradition. Representative Omar's campaign, finance you suggest otherwise Representative Lucy MacBeth had left E billionaire Michael Bloomberg by the election for her at a modest cost of four point five million bucks. Probably because she's going to push the anti gun thing. Representative Steven Horford joins the freshman class. But he's a political veteran who lost his previous election. It's been accused of compromising ethics rules and repeated ethics violations in short. It's Congressional Black caucus businesses usual and beyond the corruption is the contempt. Guy named Representative. Antonio Doug Otto. That's Tony the cat. I love that. Tony the cat once. One saying dead presidents can't represent me that one most of them believe in white supremacy like spitting on my ancestry. Okay. This was during a debate. He claimed that Israel is not a Jewish democracy. That man sounds really stupid, by the way. I mean, flat out stupid. How much time we got. I guess I can get the last two paragraphs the freshman class of the Congressional Black caucus brings in more political radicalism. But that's not unusual in a caucus. That includes Representative Barbara Lee Representative Maxine Waters radicalism is a mask that CBC corruption often wears and the two of come comfortably coexist and the corrupt arrangements of the caucus that access the mercenaries for the democrat establishment and any corporation willing to pay the bills. The Congressional Black caucus has top fifty members for the first time, but that's not a victory for Slovo rights. That's a triumph for corruption.
"doug otto" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill
"The man notes fertilizer bomb. Oklahoma City to blow my house in Michigan. And he was cleaning forty seven and accident went off in a neighborhood and police came and arrested him in in his diary found this hit list at the top of that list. After me, I was Janet Reno Hillary Clinton, Rosie O'Donnell. And when the police told me this my first thought was how did I make the lesbian less? I mean, I I was honored. Don't get me wrong. So, you know, I always look for the silver lining. Dr clouds. Same thing. I've been to on that the day they arrested him, and he's got a picture of me on the side of his van in Florida. Literally, my first thought was she's actually picked a really good picture of me. 'cause I don't really photograph that well, so and the target the gunsight was not right over my face. It was kind of more over my neck and shoulder. And I thought I consider that a concession on his part. So, but no, I'm you know, I'm fine. I'm I will be fine and the only terrorist threat to really is. I just heard that McDonald's was bringing back the mcrib. So so I have to worry about you. Also, I understand you also found footage as you are. Well, I don't think it happened while you were doing the film. But after this happened in his identity was known, then you shoot that. We did last year this Trump suit first rally for his reelection twenty twenty four weeks after his inauguration. And so the idea was to. Down there in film, not Trump because we all know what to say. Some the people who are there. And so they train their cameras on the mostly white angry male audience and. And there was very was right in the front row of the round the mental barricades say say the man package bombs in in the van. But that's kind of you know, this remarking Willis, we're we tend to show up things. We're falling Alexsandr around the Bronx and queens months before the election when she was pulling it negative three percent. Always trying to just pay attention. What's going on? And if we had a wider scope to our vision in I mean that literally, and you know. No symbolically. But I think we would see more of what's about to happen to us sooner. And I think what we need to be listening to me to us the self. It's over there. And that's why for so many years, the culture the society, the film industry is Nord women has ignored LGBTQ people has ignored people of color as ignored young people. The people really make up America America is right now sixty eight sixty nine percent women people of color are young adults between the ages of eighteen thirty five that's the vast majority of when you say America, you need to think that's what it is. It's not me. It's not the the white guy who still running it. It's the people are in the peripheral vision, the people have been kept out and that is both the crime and the solution that. Crime being there kept over and out there and the solution. They are the solution. And they a goodly number of on Tuesday. That they could do this. If there are people in here who went knocking on doors for Antonio, Doug Otto that is a district as a rural district, you're nineteen. I believe right. And they elected a black man to represent them. And I'm certain that there were people in the Democratic Party structure, the the apparatus the the hacks that run the the party. That's kept us down kept us away from defeating the enemy all these years. I'm sure they did not want him to win the primary. I know. For fact, I know for you. Well, you heard Alexandra say fifty minutes, and she dropped off additions there in the Bronx. The Democratic Party lawyers were in there trying to rip it apart and trying to make sure she didn't make it on the ballot. That's who the democratic capital D capital. P Parnes, not Democrats not people who vote for Democrats. I've over Democrats..
"doug otto" Discussed on AM Joy
"And I just encourage everyone to get out and to vote because that is where answer and a help is going to come from. Stacey there. There are no words. Thank you. Well, you. Which I do want to say this a few years ago. Enjoy think, you know, this I ran for congress in California, the twenty four congressional district, and we'll go along with Shirley Chisholm and all the rest of us who would doing that a very difficult time your campaign made me think of the time when I ran for congress and the treatment that I received at the places where. Want to get votes? It's almost the same today. But you of being lifted up by so many people so many layers. I think of the young man who is running for office for Senate in Mississippi, and my heart is there. My soul is him. Prayers of they're just know that and what I can do to help whatever I can do to help America wake up and see where it's going and to say, no more no more in the words of my grandmother enough is enough and too much sticks. And we have to do something about that stick, and we can do that at the polls. Thank you for place in your life, your livelihood and everything on the line. We'll there for you. Thank you so much, and on behalf of Mike Espy and been jealous and Andrew gillum and Tonio Doug Otto and those running across this country. Thank you for what you have done to make this moment possible. We stand on your shoulders, and we thank you for lifting us up. Thank you so much early Murli Evers and Stacey Abrams reminder that this. This race really is a larger. It's a bigger story than just the governor's race is about voting rights in America. This is about who has the right to vote Murli Evers fought for that her tire life and Stacey Abrams comes from a family whose tradition is the same. And she's done the same. I wanna thank you Murli. It's always an honor to have you on. Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you for staying. Thank you so much. All right. You know, what your weekend is going to have a lot of lot of me. You love it. At six pm kick-off MSNBC special coverage of.
"doug otto" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"When author Brad Meltzer will be our guest on book TV on C span. Two. Coming up in just a few minutes. We'll be taking you to an event where vice President Mike Pence will be discussing the Trump administration. He'll be sitting down with politico. And that will be live on C span television end here on C span radio. He'll talk about the administration's policy priorities during the upcoming lame duck session as well and news of the day, including aerospace initiatives, should get started in just a few moments. And until then we'll catch up on the races in the state of New York tweak on Washington journal, we've been focusing on battleground states leading up to the midterms. And today we focus on New York state to start us off. We're gonna look at key races to watch as we go over the next week. Joining us for that conversation. John Campbell of USA today network. He serves as their Albany correspondent good morning to you. Good morning. Thanks for having me. We want to go through four real quick. So just give us the details. We start with New York nineteen. That's Representative John facile, the Republican and his challenger democrat. Antonio delgado. Can you start a faucet? Let's just a little bit about both of these guys. Yeah. Absolutely John fast does the Republican incumbents. He's he's a longtime politician and government official in New York. He's he's held the seat for two years. Just one term, and he's facing a very very stiff challenge from Antonio. Delgado. Who's an attorney is a Rhodes scholar who just moved back into the district. He is is challenging John fast on his record on healthcare in particular. And tying him as much as he can't Donald Trump. It's a district that leans very very slightly democratic, but it's it's essentially a fifty fifty tossup district. Polling shows that it is very very close. Monmouth university came out with a poll just a half hour or so ago that showed Delgado with the forty nine forty four lead which the striking thing about that is there's very few voters that are still undecided. But that could still turn that election Guana. The features of this race was about Mr. Delgado. His music past can you describe to he was a little bit about that? And how that's played out in this race. Yeah. Absolutely. There's some quote unquote dark money adds ads from Republican. Favored groups groups that that favor Republicans in congress that are doing independent expenditures that that you know, highlight that Antonio Delgado had a prior fledgling rap career. I don't even think you could call it a career, but he put out a rap album under the name AD, the voice, and you hear ads all the time in this area of the state. Detailing that plane clips from the songs. John Batchelor show is brought up the fact that, you know, uses rough language, which is par for the course, Rabat music, but you know, Antonio Gotto support push back and say that those are racially tinged attacked attacks. Antonio Doug Otto is Latino and African American and a lot of the bat music's lyrics had to do with empowerment and and freedom and fighting back. And he said that the message is still what he stands today. John bass hitting him for the coarse language in the lyrics. Another tight race to look at this New York's twenty second district. That's the Republican Representative Claudia Tenney versus Anthony Brindisi the democrat tell us a little bit about where this stance is another one that is just a dead heat. Santa college came out with a poll recently that showed Medina up a single. The point. I mean, that's a statistical dead heat. It's well within the margin of error. Anthony Brindisi is the challenger. He's a democrat from the Utica area. This expansive district that goes from Utica down to the Binghamton area. He's a democratic state assemblyman who is challenging Claudia Tenney who is the incumbent. She's been in the seat for two years. And she is a former state assemblywoman she's a Republican she's a conservative she's gotten a boost from Donald Trump. Donald Trump did a fundraiser for her and spoke out on her behalf. Eric Trump was here recently instead that a vote against Claudia Tenney is about against his father. So they're banking on the fact that that that district has a slight Republican enrollment edge about one hundred and fifty thousand or so Republicans do one hundred twenty thousand Democrats, so they're hoping that her her closeness with Donald Trump and the Trump support puts their over the top. But that's a that's a risky proposition. The the president won the district back in twenty six. Eighteen what are some of the factors that you think that because of quality attending a why she can't capitalize on that for a bigger margin. Well, I mean, it's it's the so called Blue Wave right? I mean that is what the Democrats are banking on. Anthony Brindisi has had a lot of support from from Democrats who are banking on the Blue Wave. That'll put him over the top. It is a slight Republican enrollment edge, but not not a huge one. And it's a very large district. So different pockets of the district have different feelings on Donald Trump. It is a lot on economic issues. You know, the southern tier of New York is is economically troubled and has been for a long time. That's one of the the major topics that's been in this this this race. But it's still, you know, as you said it is a very very close race. It's a it's a toss up in every sense of the white when it comes to spending especially in these close races. What are you seeing? Well, generally speaking, we've seen the democratic challengers out raising the Republican incumbents, and you've seen that in a lot of districts across the state, and you know, a lot of that is, you know, the Democrats had this energized base New York is a largely democratic state and there's a good amount of donors throughout the state. So you've seen generally speaking in these races, the democratic challengers out raising the Republican incumbents in New York twenty four John Kako, the Republican Representative against ETA Boulter, tell us where we stand. And where this where you think this race is going. Yeah. This John Kako is the Republican incumbent. He's been there for for two terms now ban data Baltar won in an upset. Really? She she beat the kind of establishment democratic candidate, or at least the democratic candidate in the primary that was getting the establishment support. She is a Syracuse university visiting professor and who is favored by progressives. But the polling shows that this race is not nearly as close as the other two we just discussed Paul it came out this week should John Kako fifty three thirty nine at a pretty wide margin to to make up with literally one week ago to election day. So this was not as close as the other one. If you believe that the polling, but it's one that the Democrats had hoped to have because there is a essentially fifty fifty enrollment in that district in terms of Republicans and Democrats, but John Kako seems to be to be running away with a given the latest on one of the things that came out of this race specifically as the negatives. When it comes to the candidate bolt or why do you think that is? And what are you saying? Well, you've seen a number of different things one. You know, it is a fifty fifty district winning a democratic primary is very different from winning a general election race. She ran to the left of Juanita Preveza Williams who had the establishment sport had this support from Nancy Pelosi etcetera etcetera, and that does well to win a democratic primary, but when you get to a general election, and you have to win over undecided voters and Republican voters, you know, that's a much tougher sale. And I think that's what you're seeing in that district. One more race to talk about Representative Chris Collins, the Republican versus Nate McMurray the democrat and one of the things featured in this race was some legal issues. For Representative Collins, tell our viewers that. Legal issues is putting nicely. I think he's he's been indicted on inside insider trading charges, and you know, there's a there's strong evidence against him. You know, he says that the charges are misguided and the truth will come out, but he Chris Collins, the incumbent Republican he's the former Erie county executive he had said at one point that he was going to step down not step down from his office, but stepped down from running for reelection. And allow the Republicans to picking new candidates to replace him. He reversed course, at the last minute and said he is going to run for re election, but he's running essentially a shadow campaign. He's not he hasn't been telling the media where he's going to be. He's done. Very few interviews. He's done a few sprinkled them in there. But he's he hasn't debated his opponents whose Nate McMurray the democratic grand island's supervisor, which grand island is actually just outside of the district, but is running for this district which runs between the buffalo, and Rochester suburbs. Essentially that all. That said with Chris Collins facing indictment, you know, he's going to be on trial in twenty twenty. You know, this is a very very Republican district. It is the most Republican district in New York. It went for Donald Trump by a very wide margin. In Chris Collins was the first congressman to back Donald Trump. So he is relying on the fact that you know, it is a very Republican district with a big enrollment edge. And he's he's kind of sending a national message saying, you know, we have to keep Republicans in control of congress. And that means you need to send me back to Washington. So far he seems to be up a little bit in the polls. But about a four point lead in the latest C, N N New York Times. So as we finish up, Mr. Campbell. What particularly are you going to be watching for on election night? Well, I think three of the four races that we talked about are probably the three that I'll be watching most closely. I mean, New York is is is very big for Democrats in terms of nationally. It's a blue state, and they're hoping to flip some seats in order to take back congress. And and New York is certainly going to be one of these battlegrounds that I think the pundits will be watching nationally. John Campbell is the Albany correspondent for the USA today network. And he's here to talk about these key races to watch when it comes to New York State, Mr Campbell. Thanks for giving us your time. Thank you for having me and that discussion from earlier today on Washington journal. You're listening to C span radio. We now take you to an event the St. Regis hotel here in Washington where vice President Mike Pence will be sitting down with for an interview with politico on next week's midterm elections and the Trump administration's policy priorities during the. Upcoming congressional lame duck session as well. As news of the day and aerospace initiatives live coverage on C span radio. Plummer..
"doug otto" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Alleged. Tests prove exonerate, didn't do it. Yeah, that guy right aloe Trump what's up president. Politics. Well, you're Christian is doing phone banking. He's taken this thing series. That's right. I have a people bring their phones and I hold onto. I charge them charge them interest and they can have back whenever they want. Yes. So you call people and you go, let's not forget. We're voting number six and say, hi, my name is Christian. I'm calling for Antonio. Pretty much. Have you been told the fuck off yet? Not directly. I mean not so many words. A lot of hangups and lot of just kind of like, I'll tell you what I think, although you get literally, if you call ten people, maybe one of them will actually pick up mostly. It's voicemail, but you leave voicemail. No, you. Okay. That's never really. I guess it's, I don't think it's illegal. I just think it's shown to be because I think if you get a voicemail, they just you just put that number back in just goes back into the pot. Is voicemail then you will wait call again. Yeah, citing stuff. No, I went and did a benefit show for a woman running for state Senate last week and Rosendahl I did. I went up and we organize it ourselves and I'm trying my wife and I and with her campaign woman, Jen Metzger who's running for congress running for New York state Senate. I've been very, been very active this year, Keith by my standards, it's getting it's getting round up the political climate. Something's going to be more than. Do we care Jesse about politics Christmas, there's a world gonna do what it does. Well, I'm like, I mean, I'm very. I get liberal person and I feel like I'm doing my various parts. I'm not fucking well. It's I know exactly what you're talking about it because I've always felt the same way. It's like I believe the right things. I vote the right way, but it's just like the shit is hitting the fan just so badly right now that I feel like years now I want to look back and be able to say like, okay, I did a b and c at the very least this campaign what's what's in general. I genuinely feel that if the Republicans hold onto congress and the Senate for another two years, I don't think there will be open elections in twenty twenty. I think it'll be it'll be rigged. I think people would be purged off the voter rolls in massive amounts. I like I genuinely think, and I know this sounds historic, but I genuinely like democracy as we think of an American democracy is at risk right now, what are you talking about? One of the opponents of this John Foucault, who's the current incumbent in New York nineteen? He's. Is a piece of shit, but it's probably that's not what I am the phone right now. It's the guy, the guy running stick. That's what you say. The phone, the Duda the who were calling on in favor of this guy, Antonio, Doug Otto who's like a Rhodes scholar graduate Harvard law grew up in the area and now he's come, you know, whatever..
"doug otto" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"And Jessica Kirby, the president of the reflections memorial foundation and a member of the and family. It's important to have these things that we can. You know, look at not only as as ways for remember. But in a sense also look forward to she spoke with news channel thirteen Kirby says they want to create a permanent memorial. So people have a place to come and heal. And remember the twenty people who died last weekend in that horrific crash candidates for the hotly contested nineteenth congressional district. See take part in a town hall sponsored by AARP teleconferences, giving voters age fifty and up the chance to ask questions ahead of the midterm democrat. Antonio Delgado asked about his stance on term limits. I do think that with all the money we have in our system, a two year term is not long enough. I think if we can expand the length of the term of a congressional seat, and I will be open to term limits. Doug, Otto, says he's proud of the fact is campaign is not taking any corporate pack money. Republican incumbent congressman John facile participated in a similar town hall on Thursday, disturb a disturbing story out of New York City event. Spree at the Manhattan campaign office of Republican candidate for governor. Mark Malloch narrow officials say the damage includes smashed windows and a spray painted door about an arrow says he believed radical leftists are behind the vandalism and he's calling on governor Cuomo to denounce it state. Republican officials say that a note was left behind saying the vandalism is quote, just the beginning promotion and the Troy police department assistant chief of police Dan wolf has been promoted in a sworn in today as deputy chief of police in Troy DeWolf has been a member of the Troy police department for twenty three years coming up the W G Y AccuWeather forecast.
"doug otto" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"This is the story of the Missouri gone fought between late September nineteen eighteen all the way pushing to the MS river and the final defeat of the German army in November eleventh nineteen eighteen so over these weeks the American expeditionary force the I army divided into three core. I I corps Fifth Corps. Third corps pushes through the German lines and pushes all the way to defeat. However, we're involved in the breaking of the first and most successful of the German defences, which is the Argonne forest where since the jump off on the twenty fifth twenty sixth of September, the German units have very carefully arranged their machine guns in their artillery. And also the impenetrable Dr. Darkness of the Argonne forest to defeat the American efforts in piecemeal, however to American units to American units are significant in making a success. I is what we now. Call the lost battalion. It wasn't battalion. It wasn't lost commanded by widows -ly of the seventy seventh division cut off and holding out for six days against German counter attacks until they're relieved and in that the German line is broken, and they must pull back that's to the western part of the are gone. Now, we moved to the heroism of a man you've all heard the name, Alvin York corP, Alvin York and his attack from the eighty second on the eighth of October. This is happening at the same time. Widows Lee is being relieved in the Argonne forest the the attack by Alvin York, he's he's a corporal, and he's in a small unit small unit tactics. However can be very successful. Up against a sophisticated defense, especially when you use the terrain, which the Americans did not been using successfully Doug, we go to Alvin York because of all the heroism for a hundred years and wonderful Hollywood movie, it's important to understand his accidental tactical. Success? He didn't have a picture of the battlefield in his mind. He did however have reluctance to kill other human beings, you've written a wonderful biography of Alvin York, and we've talked about it. He was a conscientious objector, but I want to concentrate avenue this day, he advanced with his unit into a very sophisticated German fire. They were going up against the edge of the Argonne forest and his best friend was along with him until his best friend was killed what motivated York, my reading was the death of his best friend. How did he get to the place where his best friend was killed? And what did he do after? Thank you. Thank you, John. This is a complex thing about Alvin York. So he ended the fight telling his friends, you know, I'm gonna die. Patch? The other soldiers around. The full of back kicks in York and sixteen of his break through the German lines. They find themselves behind German lines. They stumble upon seventy Germans that they capture rapidly. Enter today Americans are trying to push seventy Germans to abandon the group, and then get out of there, while the Germans are dragging the feet and the German machine gun gunner on the hill above ios down to germ. It's winter get down. Get the groove in the Americans are standing in the open. She can get opens fire killing six forty three leaving your consent seven others huddling ground trying to get hit by a hell of a gold over their head and looks around and right next to hit this Bom. It's before was his best and only friend of the Murray savage from upstate New York. Very savage is another strong Christian. And you're obviously felt at home with him studying in the bible and praying and they're they're good friends which other. Take surveys, the ground sees his best friend chopped and a lot of pieces a lot of bullets in them and sees other dead and dying America's then he says himself I have to stop the killing. So on his own winds up the hill outflanks, a German machine gun. He picks fall nineteen Germans in that position. And between shots. He's he's asked you put a surrender. They don't think there's a month become back down the hill bites off a bait. And in the end, this this conscientious objector fitting Pall Mall, Tennessee catches, one hundred thirty German, the German lines forces divert, burgers for the first time in our history taxi withdrawal because they've been defeated and this results in thrall of the German army Argonne forest severe strategic blow to them. So the actions of Whittlesey who refuses to surrender and your who doesn't have a concept of the field. He's just enraged by the death, actually, the cruel death of his friend because they were escorting prisoners of war before they were fired. Upon those those two actions are the are the way to look at the way, our gone was broken small units. Actually, individual actions broke the Argonne is that the way to read this dog. We do in the army would like to say sometimes ask latching have strategic defects. And indeed is the case in both of those circumstances. York used tactics. However that we've not seen uniformly used on the battlefield here in the Mazaar gone. He used the terrain with his colleagues with his friends his comrades. And and that final gunfight when he shot them. All he found advantage to the forest. He took a good position where he couldn't have returned fire, and he ordered surrender and then shot, and then when they charged him with ban s there was a ban at charge against York ball by himself. He was just he was just a shooter. He was incredibly threw down. His rightfully picked up a pistol and kept firing. You even make a note of the fact that he shot the last man charging him with a bayonet because if he shot the first one they would have all gone to ground. He was picking them off the way you pick off game. So what we saw here was not only the individual action of an American who come from hunting in the forest, but it's it to call it heroism isn't an ad isn't adequate Doug it. It's a strange it's as if he goes. Goes into another state. He becomes a one man army for about what five minutes. Yeah. That's right. It is an amazing tale. And I think that's the thing. They. Activate imagination when the movie comes out because he's he's not for fighting. He's not killing because it is going in Christian beliefs and yet he struggled with this. And he's able to reconcile this indispensable of his friends of his colleague goodness case. It is. Now the middle of October nineteen eighteen the objective now is to break. What is called the crime hildale lines Camilla's Stellan, we call it the Siegfried line and the thirty second and eighty second are the center of the battle. The Pershing means to break everything ahead of him. But we're going to concentrate on one particular division, thirty of the forty second. Forgive me. The eighty second is is I corps. We're talking the center of the line at KOTA shot shot. TI Douglas McArthur is chief of staff of one of the regiments of the forty second. He commands a regiment and the frustration of breaking through the criminal D line has reached the commander level as well. The. The five corps commander and the division commander. And at one point summer. All the corps commander tells MacArthur. Gimme Chateau yawn or a list of five thousand casualties. It's Geraldo horrific now when you read it back, but when you see the scale of of of death that's been going on for weeks. It seems excessively crude Doug. Doug McArthur response. My name will head the list. Doug Otto, how do you read? This today does MacArthur have command to the field. Does he have a plan to break through because when he goes back out there he recommends a night bayonet attack? It seems almost desperate for Douglas MacArthur at this point. He's launched a series of attacks, or the Germans every pulse becomes check the on as part of their defensive line as as you rightly said cream held us still on. And if you lose coach shift here on the compromises during the line and puts the Americans in a better position. So mcgarth is like, okay, we're gonna try a third time. It's very unimaginative. Another fun. At a frustration one of the junior officers captain stores. Young officer is like I did on that hill for forty hours. Aren't you gonna ask me about it? And so finally. Okay. We have to say about that. And he's like give me a hundred minutes attack will give me a hundred Germans the distracted by what you've done twice before. I'll once Bradley. A lot of lives state just by a little bit of initiative of the badge is by officer and small unit tactics. Again, Doug again, and again, unless of course, you you've decided to write this book from the point of view of nights at twenty eighteen I think that I've I've read for all my life small unit tactics being successful. That was news to them. Is that correct? They didn't know that in one thousand nine hundred it was news for the American army. But for the the franchise. During the battle over done in nineteen sixteen because they're attacking style, actually in the battle of her dungeons, like the Germans and the Brits were. Success? So they added desperation to find started using tactics. And then, of course, the other nations started adapting the Germans embrace that and refined it and the truth to tonic forum with the stormtroopers and so everybody on the western front. Generally, speaking is applying small unit tactics except the American cursing, like, no, we're gonna attack, you know. Hey, diddle diddle everybody up the middle bass forces and just break, the German lines with a dance and a spirit, and thankfully, of course, these these officers and senior and he's at the front line. Because they're losing a lot of lives, including a lot of their friends are being killed off. Also, the French have officers of all debate regimen and above and they're also advising leaders on.
"doug otto" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"What's up Nope Okay I think I think you get the idea and, again he got pretty good reviews on this album and he might have pursued that. Career but instead he's running for, congress he now issues a statement in response to the ad that has just started appearing in the district. Antonio Doug Otto says this, week this is a willful and selective misreading of my work for political. Purposes my music defies the same stereotypical notions that led you and whoever chose to share this music with you to immediately hear certain words and things they are bad or. Scary If you listen to the content of the lyrics my mission is clear And what is that would you say what was, clear about his mission Any attempt to turn me into a right wing caricature of a hip hop artist is going to fail because it's not who I am. And the voters in? New York nineteen have shown that they know better Okay this from forty one year old Antonio Delgado and by the way he's forty one years old so he's in his thirties already when he did this rap album already been to college law school This is To excuse this as some kind, of. Youthful indiscretion It's inappropriate it's not real and the truth of the matter is I don't believe, that his lyrics ought to? Be suppressed or censored or however isn't it legitimate if you've put out an album To have that part of the conversation if, you are now running for? The congress of the United States Title election one eight hundred nine five five. Seventeen.
"doug otto" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"One selling language learning app and era try it for yourself and see why babble is the quick way to get conversational in a new language like spanish french for more you can try babble for free go to babble dot com or download the app and tried for free that's babbel b a b b e l dot com or download the app to try it for free that's babble dot com good morning back shades of green on katie wfan seven twenty am and one zero one point five fm our show shows produced by green lions and sponsored by envy energy and today we have stores shoemaker from unlv and michael doug otto from carpenter sellers doug otto architects good morning so we were talking about the hospitality hall and now we want to talk a little bit more about that and how the space is used in how this building is different from a typical classroom so tell us about how what's the size of this building so this building's about ninety four thousand square feet and it's it's very different than a traditional academic building because if you think about academic buildings usually classrooms around the first and second floor and on the top floor are all the faculty offices the typical classroom has stadium seating were the professors down sort the pit and everybody's looking down at him or her and they really become lectures and this building we made it very different so the first thing we did is we have classrooms off four floors we have faculty and staff offices on all four floors so that students are next to faculty and staff which is very unusual all our classrooms are totally flat with movable chairs movable furniture because to wade learning is today we're not so much lectures as faculty but we're much more facilitators so we've allowed to space that allows for ladda facilitation as we work with our students and the other thing we did is outside of all the throughout the building we have as i mentioned earlier whiteboards and so you can have a group of faculty offices and staff offices on xtra each other right next to that is kind of a bullpen for students to work so if they need help they can go right to a faculty member right there so just a lot of interaction between faculty staff and students and that's very unusual that sounds like a much more seamless educational environment than a typical building would be so that's great tell us a little bit about an hospital hall what is it your teaching in this building so so really what we're teaching is the fundamentals of hospitality and and we should define hospitality just just because yes now it's a great great question so so the way that i talked about hospitality it's really the service of others how do we prove if someone wants to buy something from us how do we provide the environment and the service experience that makes them wanna come back and buy from us again.
"doug otto" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yes robin williams documentary came out today as hbo johnny posted a trailer one other show i happened to stumble on this it's not on sundance it's on sundance now did you watch riviera or something like that tried to know is this is the show then that we couldn't get access to want to watch this sundance now it's a different different off put it all on sunday ross extra money to have now versus yesterday not really sure but i stumbled across british comedy called motherland at seven episodes it's this mother who is completely overwhelmed by life her husband is completely useless and she is historically funny it's almost like an i love lucy episodes it's very very on a channel we don't know if we have right okay well leah sundance guide you can put in the name is something in if it's in there you can see it to it the french open is on all we can to some good tennis to watch don't say who's in the final or anything to me because i've taped it don't tell me anything some music picks well this weekend is win stock it's the twenty fifth annual anniversary of winston which is country okay and i know a lot of people that go to that tonight gb lateness plane down bunkers so that can be fun and doug otto and the getaways are playing at palmer's bar on the west bank i just love that name doc band name what else do you do if your name is adult.