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"dr david schultz" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"You ever heard someone say that they know. A storm is coming because their joint start to ache. And they have a Migraine well. There's a scientific basis to that, but what about general pain receptors during calm, weather patterns in past decades it was difficult to answer such a general science question, but not anymore. Today's guest is Dr David Schultz from the University of Manchester to talk about this study, and how smartphones help his team complete. The research Dr Scholtz. Thank you for joining us on the weather. GEEKS podcast. Thank you for having me well. First of all, let me just say Dave Schultz is one of the sort of in my opinion, giants of the Field of meteorology I've known of him and had a chance to interact with him. For many years now, and followed his work and people who know me, your Gino his name, so it's not or have you on the whether podcasts. Let me just give a little of your background just so people will know what I'm talking about. He's a professor of synoptic urology at the Center for Atmospheric Science in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences and the center, for Crisis Studies and mitigation at the university, in Manchester, England and he's been there since two thousand nine has won multiple teaching awards at the institution cheese, a chief editor of the monthly weather review, which is one of the. Most, significant and important journals in the field of meteorology. He's also the author and I. Hope to talk to You more about this of of really nice book called Eloquent Science, a practical guide to becoming a better writer speaker in atmospheric scientist, there are more things that I'm going to sprinkle in throughout the podcast day, but before I do that day the question that I ask everyone on the podcast. Right out of the gate. How'd you get interested the urology? I think as a child. I was always interested in sciences the outdoors. I enjoyed. Hiking around in the woods, walking around into streams, turning over rocks, see what lives underneath it, and so it was. Natural that I would take some kind of. Earth. Science or natural science that is is my career. To talk to my mom says. That she recognized. Meteorologist an early age building Whether instruments with my dad and I grew up south of Pittsburgh, so we had. We've listened to. Bob Kuzma on Katie K. and. My mother ran into him in the grocery store, and so he sent me a letter invited me. Down to the studio, which never took the took him up on that offer, but it was. It was very nice and so. I ended up going to mit for undergraduate and. At the time I thought I'm going to be meteorologist, but at the time MIT didn't have a lot of depth in terms of their undergraduate program, so I kind of dabbled around for a couple of years took the required courses. For Generic degree within your Science Department and I made a decision. Okay well. Maybe I should not just dabble, but but take a pretty consistent. Curriculum and so I I did a lot of geology courses and graduated with that, although by the third and fourth years I started taking more environmental science courses, hydrology carry manuals, introduction, damage, feerick, science, and and those kinds of courses and so When I started applying to graduate schools. Doubts that background I think. Has Helped, and certainly it's been quite. Now in my career, because I am in an earthy environmental science department, and and the fact that I know what a difference between a solid and a granite is. I think sometimes. You know. The ears in eyes will pull up a little bit among my colleagues when. I can. I can talk to them about this stuff. It's interesting to hear some of your background sin some ways very similar to mine, because I was always that kid curious about what was going on in nature, building weather instruments, my sixth grade science. Sixth grader predictable weather. Building weather instruments, but now I'm also a department. That's not a traditional meteorology department. Although that's what I come out at Florida state, but myself in your couch. We both know very well John Knox. Geography Department are Home Department at the University of Georgia. Though we also have an atmospheric sciences program, talking with Dave, Schultz now to continue with some of his background, two thousand six to two, thousand, nine, hundred Professor Experimental Meteorologist University of Helsinki and Finnish Meteorological Institute, and for Ten Years Nineteen Ninety six to two thousand six. T worked for Noah's national severe storms. Lab is a research meteorologist in. He led a field campaign called Which is the Inter Mountain precipitation experiment has the speed as you heard from MIT master's from university Washington and a PhD from University of Albany, all very sound a major atmosphere. Sciences programs, a small correction I Chola the becks okay. They don't want to take away the credit of the other side room. We will make sure that our colleagues understand that now just a curious question because we want.
"dr david schultz" Discussed on Busted Open
"Every every so often they. They sneak in there rob both last week. this Selena Vega show getting our weekly winner eighty w getting our weekly winter this week so mark it sets up a TNT championship belt match. We talked about the main event between Lance Archer. Dustin Rhodes Lance Archer getting the DUB setting up Lance Archer. Verse Cody Rhodes for the Championship. We talked about this a little bit last week. Mark and my thoughts on the Locker Room and essentially the Bucks Omega and roads. Actually getting in their own way being so mindful of not wanting to put themselves over that they've actually. Kinda hindered their company to a certain extent. So the logical. I think thing to have happened. The road's name right now. I would say roads Cody Rhodes. He's he's he's he. It's it's the road's name is back on. Tnt like it's the it's the first television if will championship. But then you got the wrecking machine right Lance Archer the new. This somewhat knew face right. Jake the snake Roberts as the manager. I mean it's a compelling matchup and I think the fact that we both think the other person should win says everything you need to know from this standpoint great booking by w gray booking a fantasy warfare mentality and I'm looking forward to seeing it but my opinions is based off. Big uglies in there is not a big ugly grey now then archer like the man knows no pain that you and I saw wrestle. Kingdom Wow here remarks beat the shit out of each other. Yeah they went. Is Cody ready for that? Is He? Ready it's a good question because the match with Dustin was extremely violent. I would expect and you you talk about the violent match with Moxley. At New Japan Archer is a violent. Dude cody we know has no problem getting color. You know what I mean so that that has all the makings of of brutal. Brutal matchup brother. I am excited about it and scared at the same time Michael. You're hearing catch busted open. Live Monday through Saturday from nine. Am to noon eastern on Sirius. Xm BITE Nation Channel. One fifty six or on-demand with this series. Xm APP glass year. You were coming to Vegas. You were being the Iron Mike Award. I believe was the award you received as the main event of the CAC the Cauliflower Alley Club Reunion. It's the obviously the nonprofit that helps so many wrestlers out there and just a little quick. Psa for those that don't know about the Cauliflower Alley Club. It is an extremely important organization that takes care of the athletes in the wrestlers that we love so much. They talked about Kamala last year and Yeah it was a very interesting experience. I was very honored for you. Invite me and then I just WanNa frame this for the listeners out there I am a fan of professional wrestling. I've only known mark a few years. Mark invites me to this dinner. I was supremely honored. I had no idea where I would be sitting. I didn't know what the situation would be when I arrived. My wife and I go to the front table. I'm sitting there with Mark Henry. D Lo Brown basically the nation of domination. They're sargent slaughter There's Oughta my via the rocks mom sitting next to me. Yeah that's normal. I'm just a kid from Indiana and there's the rocks mom. This is the weirdest experience behind me in tables behind me. Are Jerry lawler Gerald Brisco? Jr's up or essentially emceeing the whole thing so it was a surreal experience but mark that experience for me took a wild turn with Dr David. Schultz was also being honored that night and given the microphone in the ability to tell his story but when he started to speak we saw a little bit. If you saw it on the dark side of the ring on Tuesday a very sensitive but albeit somewhat bitter man about his history with the business essentially talking about being blackballed by the wwe. And I will never forget that night when he looked at all of those tables and he was like. You didn't do shit for me. You didn't do shit for me. The wwe didn't do shit for me. And I'm just sitting there you know I'm completely out of my element. I'm blown away at this moment and I hadn't heard from Dr d since to me. Dr D was a youtube sensation. He was the guy that slapped the reporter. That was pretty much it for him to come out into essentially bring that heat. I was blown away. I just wanted to get your thoughts on that night and what was going through. Your head is Dr D. was Kinda given his thoughts on his career and his thoughts on the wwe. And Vince McMahon. I was hoping that Star so would come through the side entrance and drop. Kick him off. The stage is what I'll open but has never happened on. Not even a fantasy world. That would happen I was taken aback about. It was disrespectful time to do that that that stages for saying thank you to the people that helped you. That wanted to help you. That were letting you know that you special to the industry despite whatever tree you got from somewhere else and he neglected he said. Thank you at the end when he came off the stage. And you know he didn't he didn't really shit on the Cauliflower Alley Club but just using that stage as a means to say have been screwed him over our that people in the audience. That didn't support him. That that's not the place that wouldn't apply for it it it was classless as a kid. I was a fan of his and he tore down all of that in the twenty that he was up there which should have been more like five minutes. I was coming up and as you said was the the main event and I felt like it tarnished some of what I was saying with the strength in the fact that we need to help our older wrestlers more that we need to support the Cadi flower out of the club that we need to make a younger. And if you can do that then you have some success. But that's another story it was. It was odd you know. And I'd never met him in person before and I had a lot of questions not not about wrestling but about him being a bounty hunter. Because I know a couple of bounty hunters in Houston and I wanted to just you know. See if he worked with my guys at any point and you know we never got there actually left. He actually left because you acknowledged him you were and you want to say something. Nice about him. You wanted to kind of you know. Smooth things over and acknowledge. The awkwardness was. Put a bridge in between him Vince and the Cauliflower Alley Club. Like whatever happened where you events you know what I was GonNa tell him. That's between y'all. I was like the car club. They need the respect and they need the support of people like you because they will be able to help you more than anybody else would. And he was going to bomb went home. But that's that's a character thing that's something that he's done his whole career is. I'm going to do what I think is right and then I'm gonNA blame the failures on everybody else like you. You can't accept all your winnings and not take your failures which you I fell down a lot borough. I wasted money I that made my life at home miserable but that was my fault. I owned it a stepped up to and I've done a pretty good job. I think of fixing all the things that were filled. He did not own his shit. He tried to pass it on other people and on the dark side of the Green. That's the way it came across where they told me to do this. And he's got the crazy I he's got a little bit of a whole lot of crazy brother. He's a tough guy. Oh no question. Even now even even in his sixties I wonder man he. That dude is drained like he said being a bounty hunter was easy for him. He wrestled around with dues all day for a living and how many a lot of people might not recognize this but in dark side of the ring out of all the weapons that you could have. I would think that you know of of the law would have a forty five nine millimeter. Hell a revolver thirty eight three hundred thirty seven. This dude had a damn man. You know what this Gangsta Gun street sweeper. I'm I'm not trying to be accurate. I'm trying to create a club. He had a spray to club of the hell is he's trying to do. He's like Dr d you know what as you're talking about being a fan of Doctor D and obviously you know that that that experience at the was Very interesting but you talked about being a fan of him. That's something that I was growing up as a kid guys. Well that's the thing mark. I didn't know just how good he was because all I knew was he was beyond good man like energy and the and the confidence and the convict raise a well and the believability. Yeah but he the promise that he had man I mean he had a good life. He talked about it. I mean he's obviously clearly better. You saw it in dark side of the ring. There is still some of that venom in him but he still ended up having a good life and his legacy is what it will be but as a pro wrestler mark as a heel holy shit. That guy had serious serious charisma you go and look up on his matches on Youtube UNOKI. Pedro Morales. You the cream of the crop and w. w. w. f. wrestling the guys that were older. Bruno San Martino. He rustled best. You don't get the rest of the best guys if you're not one really skilled talent.
"dr david schultz" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"At none other than the one and only Dr d David Schultz David. Here's the thing you gotta you gotTa Combat Tennessee and I know you. You're no stranger to honeydew less. I just got gonNA dog shit and the front yard dockyard in my front yards about twenty yards wide. It's about ten yards longer. My backyard is even smaller garden honeydew list and now that I know that you're a little bit kind of retired. You're still working but you're no stranger to the same lists. Oh Yeah I don't have a hundred degrees I got honey. Group book was does any good book. Bush has she come through. Your wallet goes and I guess you ain't GonNa go down there and move them. Pine trees from their mother trees ally moving them you move you move. I probably won't get eight tonight because of the sugar coated later. I'm sorry off the dog. I thought you were talking to the dog or something you know and I'm building a building out here with a deck and all that you know just away from the only so she can get over stuff out here her growing stuff you know and she comes out there this morning. She shakes her head no other now. What the Hell's wrong Houston? I ain't just letting it go. You know she looks at stuff before he misses dawn. When you know if different when you finish as you're working building a deck level everything from the bottom up when you start it might be two or three inches getting started until you get it all and they ended up getting done you know and then she comes never knew what the hell but isn't that beautiful. Yeah go ahead. I'm just got finished I told Ya I'M GONNA call you at ten o'clock in the morning on my time. Which is twelve o'clock your time because you over there in Tennessee and I was three minutes late and I ain't never laid for nothing. I would never liked to know Bokan because I was the first guy to build last attlee so the reason I was laid was because I called one of my greatest rivals in squared circle. Brenta Hitman Hart and I wanted to get a little backstory out him because I knew he wrote the forward to your book and have you call. Don't call me thank the real stone Dr David Schultz. So we're going to get into the muck and we'll talk all about the book because I want people to have reason to buy it I read it from cover to cover. It took me a while to read it. Because I'm such a slow ass reader but I enjoyed the hell out of it and Another so many stories that we can talk about. Just shoot the breeze anyway but one of the big questions. I asked this on the telephone. The the other day being an arrest on business and he was an army and then he was in Poland for three years. He was a truck driver. Your wife Peggy and you have to go over forty years now. Eight years This June it'll be forty eight years. Y'All hell did you do. Stay away on all of that. Now that I'm home you know as you know I gotta hide out the woods and stuff like is he goes live. I'm going over our her and the dog. She turned the dog loose and goes and finds me three or four pit bulls three or four hundred one but I got one good tracker. She didn't let him go. He'll track me down. You know I do economist training a little bit. You know but he just gone down down to your standing looking. But what are you doing here do you know? I didn't know that or not but let it. Yeah the great man. When you're out you're nobody around. You can do what you WANNA do. You know but forty eight years. And if she hadn't been with me forty eight years I'd probably be in jail or dead or something you know. I mean She is saved a lot of people labs in my in my time without her hurts up my grandkids and daughter and all that stuff and you know for something that I would do. I just Kinda laid back now and take it easy. I tried to until I get to talk people down talking about that the David when I was watching you watch your stuff in a ring and of course you're about a generation ahead of me and youtube went around way back today and I grew up in south Texas and rat before Wrestlemainia one when he was in New York and I know you've been through many different territories but you know when I watched and look back some of your promos. He'll cut in with a mangy in Oakland for those towns Pacific interviews to promote ticket sales. And stuff like that. And sometimes you. You'd go you talk so much trash at Jane. Couldn't even you poppy and you just talk some trash but but I really. I really figured in some of my conversations on the phone with you are characters You know a few years apart were in many ways very similar and just in my conversations with you on the phone I just I was wondering where you came up with the Persada because to me it seems real and it just seems like David shelter has gone from being turned up from a two to about eleven or twelve when I be kind of make an assessment rarely. Yeah that's You know when I was going up you know I I was poor. I still real for them and Anything won't and I had to. I had to fight but you know if I had something somebody wanted. They take it away. I had to keep it if I lost goodbye. I lost it so I learned a long time ago that a lot of times. You can talk your way above people you know if they thought you mean what you said you were going to do You know like you going up you know God help. We'll take newspapers okay. You take them. You won't take them no more the next day. I mean that you know. He didn't bother them in there and take my newspapers normal. But I always I love to talk with people you know and You know always tried to back up what I said off my trouble. I tell people you know. Hey Yeah if you say that one more time I'm GonNa tell you and they say it one more time I'll tell you know I gotta repetition even before a that You know hey if they tell you something watching all hell out of you. But that's the way I raised I three brothers and all of them were suffering. I was but It was Pretty well fighters to did you Matt Peggy. Because I know you guys were high school sweethearts but but yeah. So how did that come about? Football game One time we was in the junior high school football game and then I had a runner around fakher down and try to keep up with her and she kept being hard to get you know and then When I went on I mean everything. Stay in touch with her and all this and I got out soon as I got out. We got married and the rest was history. We whenever where on everything. And she's been great. This girl would not even all the wrestlers. Hey she will not open her mouth about anything that said or done around her because I told her a long time ago the wrestling this. You'll see a lot of things. It's not your business because you don't know what the guys what kind of situation they have with their wives or girlfriends or whatever. It's an none of your business. Keep your mouth shut because you don't know nothing about it. She said Okay and you know and she never did. I mean I think not her business with other guy do here. The wrestlers redefining. What she's seen in the business would probably But a lot of them On-road somewhere else ain't already on the road but she wouldn't speak up. She wouldn't say anything. I mean she knew a lot of the less leaders wives and stuff and she with other people or this person. Hey you don't know their situation and I've seen you. I've seen you on TV wrestling all like you said a couple of years apart between us but we were so much alike that you know if there's any better wrestler than I might would worry about in the rain or out of the range it would have been you because The way you go after people and stuff and it reminds me of me and I don't WanNa get me. I don't know what gets me but all these other guys that you know I never had a fear of any of I mean you know the biggest WIMP I have I have. I mean he he. He didn't have a place to stay when he started business. He'd come up our house out of house. My daughter Lake sleep her bedroom and she goes to the couch and he he was sleeping in the van and You know we can come real good but this guy was vigorous coward. I had ever seen now. We good brands. I'm just telling you out on the street and stuff and then but he was good entertainer learn how they're going to change and he did what he had to make money in that you know. I guess that's mainly gay. But when I'm saying there's nobody out there legitimately bad that I know except you would be the one I would have. I don't know if I don't WanNa Care Baseball Bat or I think David here I don't know from from an L. digits hand to hand combat. I just know there's different levels of tough you you've got your you've got your guys. And like I think you've got referencing. Beaucoup was one of the baddest guys that was ever to business. I think I was called into the mold of a man. I was like a cockroach you know. Take the punishment of the business town. Dr Almost get paralyzed finish match. The Oh yeah that kind of tough. I want to go back to you just as far as you gift of. Gab and I know you guys grew up dirt poor and before your father passed away. What was he doing line of work? I'm just wondering where you're gift of Gab. Come problem with talking your way out of situations backing up. Would you had to do or just being in the woods in Tennessee and Texas? When I started talking on my trash you know people WanNa and where did that come from well? That's just the people that I that I grew up hanging around and that kind of stuff that I started spitting out so that was my style so he would get Gab. Coming from from being poor talking your way out of situations or having a back your situation up that is just like camera naturally to you because you also as far going into your bounty hunter days were able to really not manipulate people but talk them into. Hey man you need to give yourself up. You've always had to give to persuasion. That's right that's right and let me tell you that helped me more The wrestling talk and interviews and all that and like Memphis all live interview. You know that when you were down there live. It wasn't no delay in anything and you had to concentrate on what you're saying you know you couldn't use curse words or anything else. They cut YOU RIGHT OFF IN MEMPHIS. Lot of places have a delay you know when they clean it up all that but you know it was so easy to do to talk to these guys though because like Lance Russell would just feed you feed you own Brown with the and I mean they would let you talk hotel loans. You was carrying on a conversation the Gab that they was interesting listen do they get they get So into you talking that they just about be memorized listening to you and they'd say Oh my God what am I going to be now guy you know he does. And I know I love Canada. That was where I I really loved that up within Leyland and he would go to hard to come out and say yeah this your gut it can talk and taking Followed up relax into and And then I got into Bali hunting. You know that was the that was the wrestling plates. Such a big art my bounty UN's but people would seem the all year on TV and go out. And I had people come here living largely. Oh Yeah Docherty's man. Yeah Oh yeah baen going jail him. Okay when did you start well?.
"dr david schultz" Discussed on Poop Culture
"Fan of Nick at Nite. And for some reason really enjoying. I love Lucy. Thankfully, I grew out of that phase pretty quickly. Then also in nineteen Eighty-four. This is like this is unforgettable. And Michael Jackson lights his hair on fire. And it gets second degree burns for God, goddamn, Pepsi video come on. What did they pay him enough to endure that like his Pepsi paying enough for man to lose skin and hair for the God goddamn commercial? I don't know. I think I'll think about it to the whole thing with John Stott on on twenty twenty kind of like pulling back the curtain that reminds me of the the Bob Costas HBO interview with Vince McMahon, which is a great watch. If that. Yep. Yeah. Super great super great. They do talk the Vince. But Vince his way younger at the time. And it's before he like coined, you know, wrestling entertainment in right? You just you didn't get the vibe. He wasn't very like can confrontational. This guy was so I kind of believe the fact that, you know, Vince told his guy, you know, do your thing out there. But it's kind of fucked up vitamin after. Right. He just didn't want to be the fall, man. Yeah. Man. There's so much good stuff on you got HOGAN, turn heel and Crete me and w o which is arguably one of the one of the greatest factions in all wrestling history. Here's here's a caveat. To the story. He Dr David Schultz was actually supposed to be in a tag team match in the initial wrestlemainia. But because he got fired obviously that went by the wayside. And he also got a fight backstage with Mr. T to I guess that had something to do with the firing. It was a combination of the two things. You don't get into confrontation with Mr. T outside the ring a pity the fool. Oh well. As much as ninety six really gets my heart strings, I'm gonna have to easily go with eighty four here again because you've got Michael Jackson, the king of pop lighting himself on fire for God, damn Pepsi of all things and John Stahl really kind of being one of the first to break K fehb so to speak and pull back the curtain on professional wrestling being scripted and learning about how the moves are done and the bleeding thing. That's that's huge in that. Obviously plays a huge factor in how we know wrestling today, which you know, dirt sheets are legitimately every website. You know, we'll tell you spoilers and cut a backstage rumor mill stuff and things like that. So eighty four takes it again here. Yeah. Like, you said, this is before social media and the internet, so all you had was this piece on twenty twenty. And that's a lot of people at that point thought wrestling was real you get Barbara Walters. Talking about wrestling, you got my attention. If you haven't watched it watched the episode you too. It's it's really interesting. All right, Nick, man, crush keeps. Control the board, and we are into the two point rounds where you going, man. Let's go to television hot products. So we can wrap up with regular television. I think that's by the best way to do it here. My first thing I got here. One of the most amazing products ever hit the as seen on TV scene premiered in nineteen eighty four. Not only is this product epic. But the jingle for this product is epic. If you know, it do it along with me ready, clap on clap off clap on clap off the Clapper. Now, it's gonna be stuck in your head forever. Because what I've watched video before. I was like fuck it. And he bought five of them. The Clapper is it's like upper echelon as seen on TV all-star product..
"dr david schultz" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Base this behaviors churlish denigrates, the office of the president and simply unamerican, and it's not you. That is the way Michael Cohen final finished his testimony today with the closing statement. With a message to the president little preachy coming from confirmed liar. But the testimony today for me it was troubling. It was appalling. And it was a little scary that these people including Michael Cohen or are in business doing their dirty deeds. We wouldn't ever found out about some of these dirty deeds. If. President Trump wasn't president of the United States. So it just kind of gave me a dirty feeling. I believe Paul said that he needed a shower after watching some of the tests to showers. Yeah. Loofah? You gotta scrub that stuff off the question becomes dirty and gross and porn stars and payoffs and hiding stories, blah, blah, blah, was any of it illegal or impeachable. Dr David Schultz is a Hamlin a university professor of political science and frequent guests to the show and expert on all things constitutional. Dr Schultz welcomes back to the program. Thanks for having me against been awhile. Were you glued like I was in between my class. Watching it. And even during classes, my students wanted to talk about in watch part of itself as much as I was able to we got a good view in terms of what was going on. Paul. And I were talking before the question remains is there proof that the president did anything illegal or impeachable in this testimony? Well, first off we have to speak of we heard or witnessed two different things today. We heard somebody who made a lot of statements, and as you pointed out, he somebody we know who's who's got a questionable record in terms of a credibility, and to what we have to assess credibility in terms of what you said, but at the same time, lots of documents within today in terms of canceled checks and so forth. That lend to the credibility for what he had to say. So again, obviously, we have to sort of what we heard today both on the basis of do we trust this person. Do we take these telling us truthful things now and Kennedy corroborate what he had to say? But assuming everything that we heard today was accurate. We have a troubling pattern few that both to potentially the president's collusion or or cooperation with the Russians in terms of two thousand sixteen election and probably also some under some other illegality in terms of obstruction of Justice, courage in Michael Collins, attorney to to violate federal campaign finance laws. So we actually have a lot here on the legal whether or not this all constitutes high crimes and misdemeanors. It all depends on what congress thinks is a high credit estimator. Dr Schultz, Paul here at the end of the day isn't Michael Cohen, who's we've all talked about his credibility is is in serious question. Isn't he something of a carnival Barker? I mean at the end of the day, Robert Muller and his investigation. I mean, we'll hopefully have some facts some evidence one thing that that the one thing that crossed my mind today as Michael Cohen was trying to connect the dots with Roger stone and the WikiLeaks dump that treasure trove of emails that that benefited President Trump's campaign, and I got to thinking about the written answers to Robert Muller's questions. It was not it was not an in person interview. It was done via written questions. And apparently, the president reportedly denied having been informed in advance. It's about emails obtained by Wicky leaks. Which got me thinking, you know, is this all a setup to try to prove perjury, and would perjury be an impeachable offense. Well, if we take us back to when Bill Clinton was impeached and acquitted by the Senate, it was for what it was relying under oath perjury. And so so congress back then what twenty some years ago twenty years ago actually in twenty years ago concluded at the house of representatives that in fact, lying a lying under oath isn't impeachable offense. A majority of the house agree, and we got quite a few members of the Senate, certainly not the the the two thirds required. But we got a large percentage of the Senate better greed. So yes, perjury worrying under oath is pretty serious, and if you're president of the United States, and the constitution says that you shall take care that the law. She'll be safely execute. If you're now violating those laws that sounds pretty serious. And and and in the past we treated at very seriously. I have concerns are still questions about the Moscow stuff. And I know we've heard no collusion. No collusion. And although collusion, we know isn't necessarily a crime. But we're hearing that, you know, obviously, the Trump organization was pursuing that hotel project in Moscow while he was running for president. Mr. Trump said, no, no, no, no, no. There is no Russia. There is no Russia. Michael Cohen said yes, we were doing exactly just that. The other part of the Russia thing did his campaign meet with someone claiming to be an agent of the Russian state like Julian Assange seeking dirt on Hillary Roger stone allegedly met with Julian Assange, and they knew they were going to do that DNC dump. Right now, professor Schultz, again, I guess I'm curious to know is this I guess is illegal in or is this all just seems all open to interpretation to me. But it seems like if you were planning a Moscow project when you're not supposed to be doing that when you're running for office. That is is that illegal. Self is not illegal, nor is let us say it made sound pretty unseemly pain a porn star for. She hasn't talk is also not illegal. But if you pay off anybody for the purposes of the not disclosing anything so that won't affect an election, that's a campaign violation law felony. And at the same time, we it is legal under federal law for for foreign agents to try to influence U S elections and to encourage eight in a bet those foreigners have tried to influence U S elections. And so and so. So if if that's what's going on here that Russians were trying to encourage that type of an election that's illegal at the Trump campaign was trying to help them do that. That's illegal moreover illegal for Trump to try to negotiate a business deal in Moscow. No ended up itself. It is not as far as American law not Russian law. I can't speak to that. Of course. But, but, but, but if in fact, he was saying that we're going to build this place there in exchange for getting favors from the Russian government or extending favorites to the Russian government that might that might extend into what into helping my campaign or in terms of trying to influence the government, then we get into either violation of campaign finance laws or perhaps into let us say bribery. Dery or extortion, which are also legal. Professor Schultz question here. I mean, Americans we all myself included, we tend to look at the news not through rose colored glasses, but through sort of politically colored glasses we. We maybe spin things in certain directions based on our ideology based on how we want the world to work how we think the world should be not necessarily how it is. My question to you is I think most Americans at the end of the day are pretty fair and react not to history onyx and sensationalism and talking heads and innuendo, but evidence you expect at some point there's going to be a critical mass of evidence. Whether it's from Bob Muller's investigation or something else where you know, where people say, hey, okay. I now see enough, and I'm going to change my mind one way or the other do you think that day will come or are we going to be in this grey nether world? Between now and twenty twenty. Okay. Two questions here. One. Are we going to get that evidence? Yeah. Now it quickly evidence at the end of the day that implicates Trump or more people in tour of a crime, or it could be evidence that exonerates up know, I don't know what that interest yet. Because you know, I don't have access to it. You know, this is probably what? But Bob mothers gathering and try a conclude what congress is trying to gather to input. So anybody who says right now, you know, we know one way or the other 'cause I'll shooting in the dark on that like but second well, it will it will it change anybody's mind. That's a different story entirely because I suspect that no matter what comes in. We are as you said looking to the world in partisan lenses that people who are convinced that Trump did something wrong. No matter what we'll say either the evidence proves it or things and those who support Trump will. Will say that it's a sham. So I'm not persuaded. We're going to see the heavily partisans moved. The question of is this gonna move perhaps grand juries is. It gonna is it gonna move maybe some members of congress, and maybe some independent voters twenty twenty. So that's what I really think. The impact is gonna come professor David Schultz from Hamlin university, always educational to talk with you. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, sir. No problem. Thank you very much. Thanks, professor. He makes a good point. We go in today. Hey, if you believe the president, you still believe the president. If you believe Michael Cohen, you still believe Michael Cohen. I don't think a lot of minds changed. But the fact is we heard a lot of dirty stuff today. We heard Michael Cohen accusing the president of being racist. We heard Michael Cohen accusing the president of massive illegalities of of of. Of asking him to lie for him. Although that wasn't necessarily new will that change minds will the morality surrounding it change minds being maybe for some of the independence, but remains to be seen Paul. We gotta take a quick break. We will continue this discussion our phone number by the way is six five one nine eight nine nine two to six you get to jump in. Here was a lot today. So six five one nine eight nine nine two two six. Commit.
"dr david schultz" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"But I want to ask you about these reports from a political standpoint, I'm sure she's going to be asked about them tomorrow during a harassment of the media able to get some time with her what a first of all does this hurt the persona that she has spent her entire career putting together, and what should her response to be clearly it hurts in an already at this point forces are to be on the defensive in terms of having to now to address these and she's going to have to address some at some point. I mean, she just can't ignore them hob. But I don't know quite what her answer is going to be at this point. It has to be something perhaps about setting a high standard on it has to be in terms of maybe discounting them. I'm not sure what it's going to be what I do want to come back to your sexism statement here because I think you're absolutely correct here that that we rarely see. Stories in the news about let's say males. You know, you know, disparaging their staff, you know, in all the harassment than they do. I mean, even Donald Trump. You know, I mean, we hear the stories in the news. You know, don't don't probably go far enough in terms of his management style. So I think Clova char is in part a victim of of sort of sexism. But in general, I think this question I wanna post here is that two years or three years ago. When Clinton ran I used to argue and say that about thirty percent of the American public will never vote for a woman for president everybody thought, I was nuts thinking that was too high. I actually think it was too low. I still think it's at least thirty percent, and I think Clova chart like any of the women running for office is gonna face this huge double standard of which I think there's also what probably stirred at the American public. That's still not going to consider her or any woman seriously for president and Argo to expect what what people like. Amy klobuchar chart to do what it's supposed to be nice smile, bake, cookies and likeable and be agreeable unapproachable. And sometimes you can't do that. When you're in that level of power sometimes you actually have to make tough decisions. And this is what she's going to have to be able to sort of navigate here is sort of navigate the sexism navigate, and what may be some legitimate criticism. I don't know versus saying that that this is not. So this is going to be her challenge. I think our other challenge tomorrow is the fact that as you pointed out Elizabeth Warren declared today, so she has to deal with competing stories of somebody else declaring indie stories from BuzzFeed and Huffington Post. These are tough challenges for her in getting her initial announcement out. One more question before we have to go to break. We've you just mentioned it about the number of women running in this field. And what you had said about them being elected is definitely discouraging. But I think that especially with this whole wave of activism we've seen since the election of Donald Trump for a lot of people. It's extremely encouraging and exciting to see this many women running. So I'm wondering your take about this. And this is a historic. This is historic. And what I think is really fascinating with this is if you were to sort of talk to people about a year and a half ago people would have said, oh, there's no way that that the Democrats can nominate a woman for president again after what happened to Hillary Clinton. And I'm not hearing that as much as I did before maybe Hillary Clinton's loss was was was clearly part because she was a woman. Maybe also be card of who she was. But I'm certainly not hearing people. Say for example, that Kamala Harris, Amy Cobra char, Elizabeth Warren and so forth. I'm not hearing people say at least most people say there's too many women run women running for president. Instead, I think this is an encouraging sign that women now are seriously competing for president of the United States. And that perhaps one of them will get the nomination. All right, Dr David Schultz. He is a law professor at Hamlin university. Thank you so much for joining us. Andy insight as usual coming up next here on WCTC L. We are going to be having a Minnesota black history month conversation specifically about the nineteenth century and how important that time period was for the state, maybe some things you don't know. Maybe it's not always taught in schools, but it's good to go over here during black history month. Thanks so much for joining us here on WCTC L. We'll be right back. The weather has been the story for what two weeks, we're not exactly the weather show. But when it's this overwhelming sure, it will come up again, it's unavoidable life father. Topics for him. Great chance to win a couple good gift certificates tied Valentine's Day. Chad Hartman, weekdays noon to three on news talk radio..
"dr david schultz" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"I I first baseball tennis balls, basketballs golf, balls and footballs. Spoiling to me is more known for baseball. Footballs body. What's the official football? The NFL. I don't know they spot him. Is it Spalding? For baseball's. Have you sleepeasy and basketball's? Member Spalding vegetables. Either Wilson is the football the NFL. Yeah. In eighteen eighty two circus owner Pt Barnum gets ready buyers on on on his world-famous. It gets what he bought a sucker. No you about a he bought his world-famous elephant jumbo. In eighteen eighty and eighty two and today, it has famous statement was born born every minute. Yeah. But he gets he didn't meet he's apparently he didn't mean like that. They had a hill. He did how did he? Trying to be nice about it the way they said it was like is Wimborne. I dunno. I dunno. They the, you know, they have the your documentary about an age like he didn't mean he didn't made it like you. Maybe he just got to keep and see the same show over and over again. There's a sucker born every minute. Basically means he's taking the public for granted. Exactly republic. References audience. We go to nineteen fifty nine the day music dive, buddy, Holly, buddy, Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the big Bopper J J was it clear lake Wisconsin, like Iowa, Iowa and j p Richardson. Yeah. Yeah. That was the big Bopper you ever see and the pilot you ever see the movie the buddy Holly story with a regime valley. Yeah. Well, Richie valley. The Bama was the other movie, but but buddy, Holly. Yeah, the bombo was a great movie, Lou diamond Phillips Phillips, you know, kind of kind of threw me off a as a kid. I would see those movies. And I would think it was actually them singing. When they did the movies the documentaries on people life or like lubinov? He's actually saying it was Los Lobos. I think that's exactly. Yeah. You ever seen that wasn't able with arby's? You know what? What? Robert johnson. Yeah. I did see it. Okay. Make sure I'm trying to remember who who the Robert Townsend's, a comedian, comedian movie maker Noche may right? You go to nineteen sixty seven when all this glorious day. What was recorded in nineteen sixty seven nineteen sixty seven fire by the doors. No, purple haze about who. Jimi Hendrix, zip close. Classic interesting for I saw Jimmy Hendrix. Well, I didn't I was born in. He died in nineteen seventy saw metabol- stadium. Go to nineteen seventy six when a twenty six NBA also gave what was the hell that? Philadelphia. Yeah. The spectral I'm nine thousand nine hundred seventy six and was also a game spectrum east-meets-west one twenty three to one now David being able to Washington Bullets was everyb-. They got an all star game. I want to say not that long before that in Philadelphia because I remember getting autographs at the Marriott on city avenue. Well of a bunch of players, I think it was like sixties maybe somewhere in the sixties your worked on any teams in a league. So that's why they were doing all star game every ten years or so, but the spectrum had just opened right? In a nineteen seventy your favorite singing group. The village people. YMCA? Yeah. Hit number two. Now, my favorite band. It's always yours because you. MJ? HA? Now, I. I don't think I ever worked at a radio station that played the village people. Jackie. I never played. It was it was a your repertoire. We go to the nineteen ninety when macho man those two in nineteen ninety the Jackie Bill Bill shoemaker the show. He retired at fifty eight after hell jockey, forty thousand three hundred fifty horse a hell a jockey this year a man forty thousand raises. The guy was amazing. It was probably the best jockey. Here. In the best of all winners about he's amazing Bill shoemaker, he did a commercial with well Chamberlain. It as with him like he's like four four nine or whatever and welts commercial. It's probably for Volkswagen or something like that. Probably Google YouTube and find I have we gotta fighter we go to nineteen nineteen Ninety-three with a travel for police officers began for the radicchio eighty nine thousand nine hundred dollars a year after the trial began today. Right. You know, what happened to the child? No need to go through that go to you. Go to two thousand two where the game is currently gear maybe play today was played in two thousand two which began what they call spy gate. Ram doable. The sixtieth anniversary of that games. We both know Super Bowl thirty four which was the first Rams patriots. And patriots beat the Rams twenty two. Seventy Tom Brady. Be I want to say the patriots. The Rams were big favorites. Like, the points the greatest show on turf. Yes. So huge upset. There was one of the biggest upsets in an era of what what was amazing about that game. Was there was less than a minute left, and it was tied. Yeah. What you thought that they were going to Neela just a yeah. Over time and not not try to chance it and they went for the jugular out in the field goal range. Yep. Yeah. That was the topic of those tough later on tubing when you found out that during that during that time there was somebody in the dome taping a the the Rams practices in a Walker. I'll tell you what was also tough about that game. You talk about you know, if people are going to watch this game today in Philadelphia because it's like it's not the eagles really wanna let down after last year. Right. It's tough to get excited about it. That game was after that loss. Eagles had lost to the Rams the previous week. Remember there was no two weeks between the Super Bowl the NFC championship game in the Super Bowl that year because of nine eleven. They they cancelled they postponed the second week of the season and pushed it into January so rights. No, no two weeks between the championship games in the Super Bowl New Yorker. And it was like we just cover. The eagles had just come off the loss to Saint Louis, and it was like this is to soon. It's like, you know, this is tough to watch this. Yeah. Because that was actually at well, they were calling a Super Bowl party. And nobody's watching the damn game. Because there was still there that not only that was like, you gotta rip. I was. I was member. I was on crutches your hurt at advice. I had the the the went bad. We also as I try. I'm trying to watch the game. Everybody else just talking to stuff. What else place where they're they're? They're just there for the party, and the decor. Right. Like, I've tried to watch the game. And I'm looking I was like I'm thinking, I'm like, I'm thinking like there's a great show. So there's going to be a blow out. So I'll be able to watch a little bit of it. And it'll be a blow out in the five figure can like one of those old school like eighty five bears. New England forty six different plant with different play the forty nine to ten. Yeah. Yeah. So it's like a it's I'm thinking that's going to happen in just saw the game. Slowly, just like turn into a fistfight land. Not looking good again. It was really good game. But that's when they implemented the new the new no contact the Lou contact rules. That's really implemented the five the five year. Jamboree rules is a. As you just watch every every time a defense figure something out, the, you know, they come back with the rule to stop it. Right. Got some birthdays now. But you know, what I remember about the NFC championship game with the eagles. And Rams ND Kalou Joost got a pinkie on on a black, blah, blah almost blocked the punt again for the eagles. Yeah. With him. Yeah. Yep. You go to eighteen ninety four Norman Rockwell's birthday today. So where we go from two thousand one two thousand two hundred eighteen ninety four. Oh, birthdays birthdays. Okay. Michener Prem together. I went to some museum. Norman Rockwell's museum in Vermont. I think it was did you enjoy it? It was okay. Okay. What else we got we go to got the nine hundred fourteen George Lisa. George Niessen put him up there because he invented the trampoline. Yeah. Yeah. The inventor of the trampoline. We still have a trampoline in our backyard. Get a nine hundred forty Fran Torkington what are the first? Scrambling quarterback to known demand hated them. I hated him. He's always got away from the eagles him install back. What have him in? And he just like run away from them both to alma wrestling fans out there nine hundred forty one Dory. Funk junior was born while the funk Brown brothers in nineteen forty five. Bob, greasy upgrades one of the greatest quarterbacks Sam Walton? Well, now, he's got like it's gonna fickle there. He was yes. It's not like they had a high powered offense. They had. Yeah. War Warfield was a great great receiver. Moorefield? They had the best trail running backs ever Czanka Morris. And I don't remember the tight end was say the train or the other. No name defense. Gotta go to nineteen fifty foot Morgan Fairchild. The accuracy actually was in what a bunch of stuff. I don't remember. She was gonna I vaguely remember southern show. She was in we go to nine hundred sixty when Kerry von Erich now the wrestling. I'm brothers committed suicide. Really? Yeah. Each one of them. That's strange. The WALDO von Erich was one of them. Waldo vinik. Yeah. Waldo von Erich. Those David von Erich Frick Frick Frick. Eric was the father. Kerry, david. There was no WALDO I may may well, but whereas well, I don't know. Land because he's like. Hey, look, I used to read the wrestling magazines. And I even guys I never saw had read about because they only had certain wrestlers around here. Yes, suzanne. Gotcha. Bruno Bruno guys are around here knows that much of that federation. They didn't have some of the we've. W W W never saw. And they were you know, it was that was a that will not WCW was arrested after chase used to be a Kiel auditorium at Saint Louis. Right. So like Jerry crusher Blackwell to junkyard dog. We had different they had different wrestlers in different parts of the country. But they will does like the the WWF, right? But Brito was Bruno ever in your neck of the woods. Yeah. Was he they used to come back because he's he would come to wrestling at the chase was von Eric's never came east the funk brothers never came east either Bevan Raschke now. Kelso Cloonan, but not Baraban. Russia. Blackwell now kick bruiser Brody now King Kong Bundy, Keith bruiser Brody didn't have King Kong Jerry Blackwell crusher Blackwell now the Sargent slaughter. Yeah. Sargent slaughter was Sheikh. Yeah. The iron Sheik was around here. Now, you got to see Saint Louis wrestling club this way this week. He started out it. You you do the wrestling's fake, right? Chichewa? Don't ever say that professional wrestlers they will not take especially Dr David Schultz. No don't do that. Don't do that we sticking with wrestling here in one thousand nine hundred sixty also mardi Janetti. Don't don't always work is wrestler. Like, I say, I don't know his work. He must have been a Saint Louis guy. Yeah. Was it like a minor character a major character? He was a. Here's a Shawn Michaels, muddy genetic the they wanna tax champion. Don't know. You'll know Schaumburg now I I've heard the name. I'd never saw him Russ. Yeah. This is the one that was some time kooky. It was a kid kids want want. What was the name of the tax him? I forget the name of detecting, you they wanted to minute. He was the midnight rockers in the midnight records in the eighties..
"dr david schultz" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"The Wade Keller pro wrestling podcast. It's done for Wade's interview with one of pro wrestling's newsmakers. When pro wrestling I caught my eye as a kid. I was probably run nine years old maybe eight there was a not quite bowling gentlemen, yet with the moustache who held a microphone and interviewed all of these large in the life wrestlers who did not cut promos because that wasn't a thing when I became a fan. The term promo was an interview they were interviewed by this gentleman mean Jean Oakland who conveyed an every man quality to himself with that proper intimidation and respect and at times come rotary with these professional wrestlers, these tough athletes that he was interviewing about their next big fight and his name was gene Oakland, Jesse Ventura dubbed him mean Jean Oakland hokey. Ghan made that Monica even more famous and gene was the face and the voice of my early years watching professional wrestling, gene, Oakland had his best years. I would argue he was most well suited in a best fit in his role in the Awa where he spent the seventies and early eighties. The longest stretch of his career. The most the largest body of work is by far what he did in Awa more than what he would later do for the WWF and WCW, but he is an icon. His death has received mainstream coverage that seems to be on the level of what say dusty Rhodes received which I thought was on the higher end of expectations for dusty. And also for me, gene. And and I'm saddened by his death. He's seventy six years old had a kidney replacement, and and health issues where people who are around him recently, kind of new things things had turned into a struggle for him. But boy did he live a a a life of of big big travels in into progressing industry hitting all three of the big major brands. The Awa was part of the big three. It was the largest geographical territory from the sixties through the eighties, and then jump to the WWF when Vince McMahon paid paid a lot of people who work for the Awa to come work for him at a time when he looked at that vast territory of Awa as a key to his success with national expansion Jesse Ventura hulk HOGAN, Dr David Schultz, Bobby Heenan on and on. I mean, it was the the wrestlers that he plucked from Awa was a major major factor in his early success. And then he would go on to be part of w w nitro years giving WCW some of that that look and feel familiarity to fans who had otherwise primarily watched the WWF perceive that as a major league, so Gino. Lynn dead this week at age seventy six and on today's Wade Keller. Pro wrestling podcast.
"dr david schultz" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Copper in your mouth? Oh, oh can show or if you smell chicken potpie chick about you can fetch up? But definitely if you if you bang your head, you tastes, copper your mouth, your I just thought that was blood. No, let's concussion shit. What is that? What's that concussion? Yeah. No, no, no. What why do you taste copper? I have no idea. I just learned this from Jericho. He talks about his copper in your mouth. It just you just get that. Copper flavor in your mouth inches like that. So, you know, you're concussed. But if I sees in my food with copper with Copperfield, what food I always heard if you get pulled on ice fence, but wait a minute, right? When he would have those guys that just eat one meal day. And that's it technically don't they fast for the twenty four hours until the one meal a day. Yeah. That's not really. But that's totally different. I guess if if you don't eat whenever you want to eat, then you're fasting. I guess I don't know if you're not if you're not making a note to yourself like I'm not eating now until such time considered a fast. I don't know. But Corby was talking to me the other night he needs to get into the archives, but Jesse Poppel in a minutely fast. Like he won't eat for a whole day. And then we're like he's like, well, I'm gonna start drinking does. But he's taking on calories. I think time will be. To point out. He does say from his Winstons. Cormon is upset about the neutered version of all comedian. That's on the network. He he needs the hulkamania tape. So that he can see the match that he's been waiting to see I need to see there's a there's a big gap in the freaking thing. They they added it, and they took away the doctor d David Schultz match against HOGAN, and I don't know Dr David Schultz, Dr d David Schultz. He was a brawler open as fuel fake to you. Yeah. He saw Geraldo John Stahl on slapped him in the face. Yeah. And and he was never seen ever again. Unless you're watching stampede wrestling. Montreal international wrestling, he came up, and I had great feud with the great Samu HOGAN leads like a stuck pig. All you bleeds. Well, he believes in the cage match against Morocco a lot to Miller last than the but Miller lights to thin. The sure I mean if beers before. Hand book name always have him beers. Yeah. So I definitely want to see the hulk Stor at least if I can hold the case. And I could see on the back that says this is the case on its bubble wrap. Don't these feel look he's on the fucking back on the case right there. Why don't they have the match show? They have the match show it directly to one of the cameras hit back if Dr David Scholz he used in Jack Hogan's asp steroids. So he claims lying superstar Billy Graham said he did it at the same. Anybody who's running dude? Have you ever press the plunger before hey, what's going on to we met here? Spot is like spot me. Infant Minneapolis massacre of Dr d David Schultz. So this like that's the best match on this tape. And then I've known in my head since I was a kid since I rented this. I'm so I love this so much like I have WWE best of while you see one to eighteen bubble wrap. So clam shell. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I have those still watch on regular basis. David Scholtz, he's wiped from these not Benoi out of the library. While why why match from the hulkamania day, Ben waamp because he is their blood in the match there's lots of blood, but there's blood in the next match was him in Morocco, the cage match with Morocco as well. Weird did. But this match is fantastic. I gonna rewatch definitely watched that whole called a massacre. So they Benoit's because he stole Joanie got fired. He guy for company for for in that guy. Yeah. That's the way things he didn't get fired until the while after that how long was it a little bit. There might have been something else that happened. Love Hogan's belt in this to it looks like the Awa or ended TV title. Yeah. This is about the people forget that HOGAN had. Yeah. 'cause they know the big round from the title. And then they know the one that he wore for three years, but this one was like in between the two and had a very limited shelf run..
"dr david schultz" Discussed on The Young Turks
"You check off your state and then you find out how to register. So please do that. What's next? John? Okay. Well, the stakes. The elections actually director, Richard Linklater has stepped into the bed over or Ted Cruz Senate race with absolute awesome campaign ad that in my view, but over should have filmed himself a couple of months ago and released. But let's take a look. Somebody money lifts to know my daughter the day is Ted Cruz toughest tanks. I mean, come on somebody, coma, wife, dog and sit. My daddy was in on the Kennedy says today, Shen I wouldn't be kissing their ass chicken finger in their chairs and give them a choice words, or you dragged her ass out by the woods, shedding kick their ass. Ted come on. Ted political ad paid for by pack, not authorized by any candidate or candidates committee. Never get sold. Okay, that's character actor. Let's see. Sunny, Carl Davis. Yeah. So about time somebody did this and and look, that's the thing about Ted Cruz is that he's a wimp. And we've said about a million times and the thing that a lot of Democrats don't understand, apparently linkletter does, and so greatly appreciate that. Is that voters care about only a couple of things you think they're tracking trade policies? Some voters who watch this show are right because you guys carry your smart cetera, and you might have progressive point of its most voters look for strengthened likability. Okay. And so that's why Ted Cruz is saying he's quotas quote, unquote, toughest, Texas. But the reality is he's a total wimp Donald Trump. I mean, I don't know if you ever saw this. Video. We showed all time back in the day we'd probably shouldn't. But Dr David Schultz in wrestling when Johnston will went to go talk to them about whether wrestling was fate. He did something he shouldn't have done any. He slapped upside the head, and there was also got up. He backhanded, right? And he said, he said, that's open-handed slab, boy. What are you going to do about it? And that's what Donald Trump did. The Ted Cruz. He said, your wife is ugly, and and I'm gonna plant the story in the National Enquirer about how your dad killed Kennedy and then I'm gonna talk about it on the campaign trail. I just slapped your wife and backhanded your dad. What are you gonna do about it? Well, why don't we show what he did. So first of all, just in case in see, we're not gonna to all of it, but one tweet lying Ted Cruz. Just use the picture of Milania from GT shooting his ad. Be careful lying Ted or it will spill the beans on your wife to this day. I don't think anyone knows what he's talking about. There also put out. He tweeted out a photo of highly Trues that he thought was ugly. Our current president tweeting photos of people's wives, anything ugly. And then about his father said his father was Lee Harvey Oswald prior to oswald's being shot. I mean, the whole thing is ridiculous. What is this right priorities being shot and nobody ever brings it up. They don't even talk about that that was reported and nobody talks about it. Well, presumably when it was reported, they talked about it. But I mean, what was he doing? What was he doing Lee Harvey Oswald shortly before the death before the shooting. It's horrible. Yeah. So people think we're exaggerating this. So he called his dad potential assassin and let's see. So in response to his dad attacked his wife being called ugly, something something spilling the beans he has to it all of his masculine testosterone, and then he produced this. I don't get angry. But you mess with my white. You mess with my kids. That'll do it every time, Donald your sniveling coward leap, Heidi. The hell alone support the nominee. I'm going to beat him..
"dr david schultz" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"C o. Twenty two Dave Lee here with Dr David Schultz Hamlin professor both in law and police size. So he's a perfect gotta chat with this morning. Dave. I know you're head off to class real quick. I just wanted to get before you head over there. I wanted to get your thoughts on what's happening today in Washington. Well, the simple answer is is that if it wasn't already electric enough in terms of the hearings where the stakes of the two thousand eighteen election and the really political direction of supreme court would steak today. It's all about what how how does the Senate with the accusation? Doctor four perhaps other women regarding sexual misconduct or lead sexual misconduct cabin tell I think this is going to be a very very interesting hearing the Republicans have hired a prosecutor to ask questions of four. I think the simple answer is we have to see how this plays out politically what actually happens in terms of what the accusations are and stuff and credibility. Have you seen anything like this in the past? When it comes to a nomination of a supreme court Justice. The only two things that are even remotely close would have in nineteen Ninety-one the Anita hill Clarence Thomas hearings where it's Clement Thomas is up for confirmation to the supreme court and Anita hill was testifying about sexual misconduct. And then just the Robert Bork hearings of nineteen eighty six which were all about politics, politics policy, Robert Bork. Those are the closest Anita hill is is the absolute closest that we can see in terms of how issues of sexual alleged sexual misconduct play out in terms of confirmation. David you would have to change the constitution when you in order to change the process. Yes with the constitution says is that the president? Well, you know, the the process says the president gets the nominate in the Senate has advice and consent. And so constitutionally if you want to do something different like not life. Time appointments or something you have to change the constitution. But it is possible to change the tone. What I mean is that confirmation hearings were not always this contentious the print court nominees were not always this political. And it would take an awful lot of. Let's say, I'm Nicole. It political will on the part of the president the Senate and the two parties that change the tone. So in theory, you could change this without changing the constitution. But our politics in the stakes of how important supreme court nominations is so significant I think it's hard to change the tone right now. Professor you'd better get to class, thanks for taking my call. I appreciate that anytime talkie. Assumed I is professor David Schultz actually on his way into the classroom right now. So I appreciate him taking that it's over Hamlin professor of law and political science sharp. Hey, by the way, yesterday, you got a bunch of calls, and I had so many on the what's happening today in Washington. I didn't have time on the show to get them all in. And I love this when we do this and yesterday we did. Let me give you a few more before we go to the news here at the bottom of the hour, but plenty of action on the voice mail yesterday on what's going on with a Brett cavenaugh and supreme court nomination..
"dr david schultz" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"I love the the lower, like I, the Rolling Stones did their last tour and they did this. You know, the fifty shows or whatever, and. And one of them was in Austin. I never been to a rock concert my whole life, and I went and saw two stones and it I concert. Two hundred and fourteen dollars worth every penny though and and people's like, man, you don't even list. I said, but they're never gonna play here again. And that's kind of like the garden. You might not ever get the go back Mark. I mean, you might be stuck on top of the cage against back on Jimmy Snuka on top of the cage against Morocco. You know the leg drop. You know, we're HOGAN beats the Sheikh for the title in nineteen Eighty-four. These are ingrained in my brain, you know, and it's because of that roof, it's at ceiling at Madison Square Garden. I mean, it means everything this say, all those great concerts. Like I said, the George Harrison concert for Bangladesh. One was famous conscious of all time. John Lennon's last live performance Madison Square Garden. You know that that's history that will never be replaced because all of these new venues are new new last ten years. So you know, all the fights Ali versus phrase. Remember my dad said. That the Rangers all went together to watch Ali versus Fraser. And he said that him in Jack Egar's showed up wearing the same suit. Like seventy one knows like some plan, green suit. These on sale, you know? But that's part of the history. And I can't believe like Marc just said with nine hundred million resume renovations that it's ever going to go away and maybe isn't a slump. But you know, they have to start making that the prestigious Madison Square Garden half to. And we don't know if that can be last questions. You guys what's your favorite memory of being in the garden as a performer as a fan, whatever it may be was a fan for me. It's the first time I saw the WWE and may of of eighty four. Like I mentioned, you know, HOGAN against Dr David Schultz, but it was that first match. It was Jesse van. Jesse, the body Ventura at that time against Salvatori Bolom. Wow. And I just remember like two sitting in like sitting by self down and just seeing them for the first time, like in that atmosphere with my dad like that, that's always going to be the lasting memory from you got one more. You know what? I one easy w world championship, and I had this. This. Humongous, silver titles. The biggest title built of all time. And I got the walk down to the ramp at Madison Square Garden after winning it in a triple threat with big show and Kane. And I had a single, we're big show and. Two baby to say. I had a world championship match in Madison Square Garden. It gives can't choke you, and I remember coming into the back and I hit big show at the title. And I both and I'm in the back and I came through in in air body was in the back clapping like all the boys, and I just started crying because it was like a, it wasn't just a big deal. To me, it was a big deal. Everybody like this shit was. Trying to not cry now. Yeah, it was. It was a big deal to everybody like you defended a world championship in a guard, bro. I wish I could have done that everybody. So because you know, I'm one of the special ones I wanted to. I wanted to lucky ones until awesome. Mine was. And like I said, this is just a complete coincidence that we had a house show alive event in Madison Square Garden, October third, two thousand fifteen, which was the exact twenty fifth anniversary of my debut October. Third nineteen ninety in Pinocchio Berta all the way to fifteen Madison Square Garden, and it was one of those things of the match was booked and ready, and then they decided to make it a a network special. So then there's a time limit placed on your match because now it's a TV show, but I still remember telling Vince I have a promo that I want to do, and he's..
"dr david schultz" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And then I'm in there with a Booker and Shawn's cage supposed to open and come in and do become back. And so they had like this, this kind of really bad. Like jeopardy music or something like that and then like won't won't. Yeah. Now, and then the door opened and so is in there fighting and that remember just got Walt from behind and it's like jeeze and I look up and it's not Sean. It's Cain and it's supposed to be Shawn's pod, open the open the wrong door. Wow, they open canes door by mistake as so then this whole thing that we put the other just all got thrown away because we now have to improv because the wrong guys in and I remember Cain threw me over into the the great and I said, where we can do a three through the potus at Pat said, no. He said, I don't care through me through the damn pod, and it just so furious that how can you open the wrong door when we're in charge. I remember there was the short side to the garden where you walk out the side area and I stood in between the ring curtain and the gorilla curtain because I was so furious and I just was seething. And then I walked through member Kevin. Dunn invincible says, what the hell happened with the Faulk and vicious looked at me, said, calm down. It happens. Let's move on. On, and these basically saying like, don't even question this. Just shut your mouth kid, but remember in the garden with the wrong plod. But once again because it was the garden that made it even more so like how does this have been c. Chris, that's what I'm afraid of because you're talking about like elimination, chamber news, been these iconic matches and moments in events, and I think that day may be gone like I, I'm looking at it now in two thousand eighteen. And are you get to how shows a year at the Gordon? But I- when's the last time? There was a role. When was the last time there was a smack then what was the last time? There was a pay per view? Yeah, at Madison Square Garden. And like you mentioned ring of honor that would have been something iconic that would have been something historical and that's been shut down. So that's my fear is a fan. Are we done with the days of iconic matches moments, events happening at the garden? What have you been going to the garden? Your whole life is that we started watching wrestling the, but the first place I went to the Meadowlands because I'm from jersey. But yeah, I've been going to the garden since nineteen eighty five. Well, so we'll kind of. See some pretty big matches there. Yeah, the first the first I remember the first main event that I saw was may of nineteen eighty five. It was HOGAN against Dr. David Schultz and just I'm, you know, that's went HOGAN was coming out to Ida tiger and I just remember it was like it was like I can only probably compare it to a team winning the Super Bowl. Now the way that crowd reacted when HOGAN came out and I just remember my dad who wasn't a big wrestling fan, even him jumping to his feet and even now talking about it, I get goosebumps of HOGAN coming out to that song at the garden, like I said, the ceiling and just because I was just a place you saw on TV. So it's still special to me. I took my daughter to the holiday show that they had and even to my daughter who's a big wrestling fan, massive square Gordon means something to her just from watching the video tapes and and watching the network now. But I'm just I'm just. Afraid that that next generation, those moments that we're sharing that those moments aren't going to really be that special at the garden anymore..
"dr david schultz" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"You know what i enjoyed it because coming from the business i enjoyed the restaurant stories i mean your your time you know the old days because like i said you're gonna wrench into enemy so i i really enjoy school stuff but also just as a fan of the bounty business which i don't know which i know something of now just here you have to that and and just doing your homework doing diligence and little use sometimes if you if you watch youtube videos you just caught up in the knockkneed david shields persona anything okay men is gonna he's bromo is wrestler but you know i'm sending you know when you go into arming you know how to well you're in a place in poland you're smart yeah and you apply your intelligence with the bounty visit since oh i just enjoy i enjoy it all stories and i enjoyed the book and i know it's on amazon as it's called don't call me think it's the real story of dr david schultz and it's written by dr david shelf with john concert is forwarded by one of my favorite wrestlers of all time good for good friend of mine bret the hitman hart does a great job on the ford which on amazon is there any place else to find the moon david or we're gonna covered i can't they can also buy it eight sleet wrestling dot com that's gone cost bruce personal website it's each week wrestling dot com.
"dr david schultz" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Pretty damn good and how recommend if you're a wrestling fan and you also wonders bounty hunter stories the book is called don't call me fake the real story dr david schultz co written by john casa as a foreword by brad hart and i enjoyed reading it and you can find it on amazon dot com right now and you can also find the book at eat sleep russell dot com so view interested in reading this book i recommend it i enjoyed the levin l out of it and it was a pleasure talking to david schultz but anyway before we get to dr david shelf let me ask you a question have you ever felt uncomfortable on a job site like if you're a pro wrestler you're in the ring waiting for beer she can raise some hell and tells you root beer instead or if on a mat look it up at the lights referees says one two three that's awkward right if this kind of stuff happens on a job site work can be flat out uncomfortable so at least get work gear that's comfortable timberland pro make shirts pants and boots for all kinds of jobs and all kinds of weather so you can do your best work day in and day out head to toe timberland pro not uncomfortable hey everyone i'm wade keller and it's wrestlemainia season so be sure to subscribe to the way keller pro wrestling podcast podcast one i produced two new shows each week every thursday on our plate shift show i'm joined by co host from the wrestling journalism field to talk about the hot topics in wwe and elsewhere every friday i'm joined by a guest was worked in the wrestling business including ex w be creative team members like kevin talking about drew mcintyre drew a young guy and didn't go to his head and did he walk around like he was chosen.
"dr david schultz" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The so again at the wbt space looking there is a story about political parties you may say to yourself well you know what i'm republican amadeo are you really and if so what flavor are you and you can click on there's a lincoln side that story there that uh that allows you to take a test and you just answer these questions than it tells you uh where you fit on the a spectrum and we'll talk to a dr david scholtz about this idea that you want maybe maybe the future of american government instead of just being one side against another if we had several different kinds of political parties there would have to be absolutely half to be cooperation and compromise in order to get anything at all done so would just be in us against them kind of situation it would be us on us in less than us against them of them and them in them from the sea of obama them to do too other the due to do what's right so again were to be talking to dr david schultz a about that particular issue and then and then a few other ones that i find to be fascinating uh that have come out of what happened yesterday when the the senate sat down got together into in stood up for a for president trump because apparently it was nothing but stay manning ovation's yesterday if you believe the reports so again uh we'll get to that committee john was the story that i know is going to be something that uh will concern you heavily are certain at certain american things you just all messed with uh you know if uh if there was outside influence from a foreign foreign country a sovereign nation missions it would make us and greece americans of that i i think we can see even the concept of having our elections messed with by you know the russians yeah is disturbing uh right very much so how would you feel if there was an outside influence and to in a mass cart were the nfl odds even deeper it has a bigger illness the nasko you know what nobody's ever brought up the other question as to.
"dr david schultz" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"With a high near eighty three tonight clear low round sixty four right now in the queen's city it is seventy two you and in huntersville settling to his realm except at 1030 season jane seventy beatty all day timesaver traffic so us have regularly though that has to do with another leak surprise abroad he didn't take very long putting you nbc news during the senate intel's closed session senators their learned a third previously undisclosed meeting between jeff sessions and the russians on news a jeff sessions such state who knows who knows your time now in the is going to dr david schultz before i get to your run and to to you eric and dr schultz' zia hamlin university professor political science teaches a wide variety of different subjects in the one that i'm fascinated with obviously american politics and media and the politics welcome to the program here so i didn't see enough dr about for there to be obstruction of justice did i missed something was i look in the wrong way or port propping up i heard a lot of debate crawford media regarding rubber not now trump had garnered not pick up trucks you're you're you're not in your from carved art walker actor when all well cope actor walk look i would have that in russia now from writer what structure of your required by our armed corrupt ricardo in the air crew or art endure on better where you got to rewrite purporting to be cart no we don't have enough information actor yesterday now regarding whether or not you're trump did that although eric trump popularity in all that every you'd requiring mention albeit cart i been going.