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Seattle Seahawks: Dunbar out, Dunlap in
"Quinton Dunbar was a Seahawk for one injury plagued season. He won't be back. He'll play for the Lions next season. Dunbar's agreed to a one year deal. Carlos Dunlap is coming back with with defensive defensive lineman lineman came came the the Seahawks Seahawks in in a a midseason midseason trade. trade. Last Last year, year, he he was was cutting cutting a a salary salary cap cap move move that that brought brought back back with with a a different different contract, contract, and and now now he's he's ready ready to to be be a a mainstay. mainstay. With With Seahawks Seahawks pass pass
"dunbar" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"This is encyclopedia. Will monica today. We're talking about an american poet journalist and political activist born in the south not long after the civil war. she became a prominent participant in the harlem renaissance. Though her accomplishments have been overshadowed by her famous husband she left a legacy of her own. Let's talk about alice. dunbar nelson. Alice ruth moore was born on july nineteenth eighteen. Seventy five in new orleans. Louisiana to a formerly enslaved woman patsy right more and an unknown white father. Alice grew up in the south part of the multiracial creole community. Which would later inspire much of her work. Alice's mother patsy and grandmother. Mary worked as servants and washer women. Together they made sure that alice and her sister. Leyla were shielded from this work and were kept away from their employers homes patsy tirelessly to ensure alice. Layla had greater opportunities by giving them an education. That patsy and mary had not received alice was sent away as a young teenager to southern university in baton. Rouge sh she was a member of the one percent of first generation free african americans to receive a college education. She graduated from the prestigious street university in new orleans in eighteen. Seventy two with teaching qualification at the age of seventeen. Alice became an elementary school and the new orleans public school system. Three years after graduating alice's first book was published by the monthly review. She was just twenty years. Old violets and other tales was a multi genre collection of poetry stories sketches and essays rooted in new orleans creole society. It caught the attention of poet. Paul laurence dunbar. After seeing one of alice's poems and an accompanying photograph paul sent alicea letter expressing his admiration. The two began an intense courtship that lasted two years. Six months in paul declared i love. You have loved you since the first time. I saw your picture two years later. Alice moved to new york city where she worked with. Writer and activist victoria matthews at the white rose mission a settlement home for working class. Black women. Alice continued to write working on an unpublished collection of stories about the new community. In which she found herself she also got involved in social justice activism. Alice then moved to washington. Dc to join paul. Unfortunately their courtship turned violent. Paul had to burke yellow and developed alcoholism from doctor prescribed whisky consumption in november eighteen. Ninety seven and what paul described is one damned night of folly. He raped alice leaving her with internal injuries. Five months later the couple eloped. The marriage lasted four years and ended violently as it began with drunken beating alice left and never returned. Paul tried to woo her back with letters but she answered only once with a single word delivered by telegram no when he died to urculo six in february nineteen o six. Alice found out by reading a notice in the newspaper in nineteen. Oh two. Alice moved to wilmington delaware and began to work as a teacher. At howard high school there she had an intimate friendship with the school principal at weena be cruise. The relationship with that we know was said to be one of several important relationships with women that alice out over the course of her life. During this period she also taught summer sessions at state college for colored students and at the hampton institute for alice. Teaching was both a creative outlet and a form of political engagement. She wrote plays for her students to perform she shared with her friend. W e b two boys a belief in the transformative power of the classroom for african americans an importance for black children of stories that sent her black characters. Alice lamented in her essay. Negro literature for negro pupils that for two generations we've given brown and black children a blonde ideal of beauty to worship a milk white literature to assimilate and pearly paradise to anticipate in which they're dark faces would be hopelessly out of place. Alice would go on to teach at howard high school until nineteen twenty when she was fired for her political radicalism during her time teaching alice married henry a callus a prominent physician and professor at howard university but this marriage was short lived in nineteen sixteen. Alice married again. This time to poet and civil rights activist robert j nelson. Alice was swept up in the cultural and political explosion of the harlem renaissance. Despite the fact that she hadn't lived in new york for many years and was still based in delaware her poetry much of it written earlier was rediscovered through its appearance in journals and collections like the crisis opportunity and ebony and topaz despite her early reputation as a poet. Alice found her voice. More and more as a journalist she wrote a syndicated column fem deet and contributed a wealth of reviews and essays to newspapers and magazines. She was also an in demand speaker in her diary. Alice was open about her constant struggle for money. She blamed herself for her inability to find stable footing in a field dominated by white men. Her work was often une credited unpaid or both from nineteen thirteen to nineteen fourteen. Alice was co editor and writer for the ame review. An influential church publication produced by the african methodist episcopal. Church starting in one thousand nine hundred twenty. She co edited. The wilmington advocate a progressive bloc. Newspaper she also published the dunbar speaker and entertainer a literary anthology. Alice supported us involvement in world war. One because she saw the war as a means to ending racial violence in america she wrote propaganda pieces such as mine eyes have seen a play that encouraged african american men to enlist in the army throughout the rest of her life. Alice continued her work writing and fighting for equity. She moved to philadelphia in nineteen thirty. Two though her health was in decline on september eighteenth nineteen thirty five she died. She was sixty years old. After her death alice's relatives sought to preserve her legacy. In one thousand. Nine hundred eighty four. Her diary was published detailing the many facets of alice dunbar nelson's life as one of only to publish journals of nineteenth century african american women. Alice's diary provides useful insight into the lives of black women during the period. The nineteen eighty four edition of her diary. Give us each day. The diary of alice dunbar nelson can be found at the national museum of african american history and culture library all month. We're talking about journalists for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll monica weekly. Follow us on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia. A manica special. Thanks to lose. Kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow..
A Conversation With Dr. Maya Angelou
"With the release of her book. A song long up to heaven a song. I like to do at a song long enough to have enough. I said many times. Maya has been one of my greatest teachers. I am so blessed to have her in my life. She is the one. I often look to for strength for wisdom for comfort and courage and also just to talk you know everytime we on the we're not talking about courage and with sometimes we just laugh a lot anyway. The sheer power of her words and insights have moved and inspired me. And i know millions of you. Maya says at a song flung up to heaven is the sixth and final in the series of books about her remarkable life which she began with. I know why cage heard sing the first book of dr angelo's bestselling autobiographical series was. I know why the caged bird sings. It made her literary star. Stayed on the new york times bestseller lists for two years. It is brutally honest account of her painful childhood and how she rose above being raped by her mother's boyfriend when she was just eight. And the six years of self-imposed silence follows next. She wrote gathered together in my name about her struggle to make ends meet as a single mother at age. Sixteen working as a cook. a dancer. a madam even a prostitute next in singing and swinging getting married like christmas. Maya takes on her journey into show business touring europe as a singer and dancer walnut phone informative and millions read the heart of a woman. Were maya takes us through one of the most fascinating periods of her life from her debut at the apollo theater to her first meeting with malcolm x. to the joys and challenges of raising a teenage son then in all god's children need traveling shoes she follows her heart to africa in search of her roots where she teaches at the university of ghana and works as a journalist alongside malcolm x. world now poet author actress activist. Dr maya angelou has risen to greatness time and time again is more phenomenal phenomenal phenomenal woman than ever. Please welcome my dear friend. Dr maya angelou do want to talk about something. Other than and wisdom shrink in hope. What is seventy four wheel like. It's so wonderful. It is so good. I thought the fifties were hunt. Until i reach the sixty the sixties out there. They're out there who. Then when i reached the seventies mount no the seventies you want to reach the seventies. everybody's stay alive reach this because do you feel age you know. This is a society that so puts age and ageing. And we're so concerned about it. Is there a point where you say. Oh yes. I'm now an older woman. No there are some things that have not escaped. Me team has not. Ecstasy has not satisfaction has not disappointment has not fear has not courage has not so there are some things which have not escaped me. So that keeps you young If you start thinking that you know it and nobody can tell you anything. You found the one way and you can tell others faults. It's already over. it's already too late. You have become old at eighteen at twenty five when you think you know everything but when you know a do a lot you've been around a long time and you've paid attention like you so interesting though because people say to me when you call her up and you talk to her. Does she talk like she talks when she's and it is true many times i call them my and like just the other day he says on the morning. I'm sitting in my kitchen table and she just starts a conversation. Let me get a pencil. write this down. She's talking and then she are you there baby go. Yes so tell me. What is this significant of a song flung up heaven It comes from the third verse in the nba by pauline's dunbar. And i'd love to say please. That may i the first. I says i know what the caged bird fields on me when the sun is bright on upland slopes when the wind blows saw through the springing grass and the river. Floats like a sheet glass when the first bird sings and the first bird oaths and the same perfume from its chalice steals. I know but the caged bird field.
Control of NFC West at stake as Arizona Cardinals visit Seattle Seahawks
"To bottle up one of the NFL's top young quarterbacks. Here's Bill Heisman Trophy winner Cuyler Murray, using his arm and legs to lift the Arizona Cardinals to first place in the NFC West. Seahawks Middle linebacker Bobby Wagner notices Murray running with more of a purpose this season. Honestly, I think is the confidence I think when he first got into the you watched him On on a film when he was making the runs. He was just kind of run out of bounds Post Seattle Starting corners Quinton Dunbar and Shaquille Griffin did not practice Tuesday because of injuries. Unlikely they played tomorrow night at home against the Cardinals. Pac 12
What to watch for when the Seahawks play the Miami Dolphins
"For a Sunday football game against the one in two Dolphins. The Hawks are less than healthy team ruled out with injuries are defensive backs Jamal Adams and Quinton Dunbar, linebacker Jordan Brooks and coach Pete Carroll says. Those guys might rest until after the bye week, But there's an opportunity. You know if if a guy you know if it's just barely at the end of the week, he's just making it back that taking that extra week could be worthwhile, So we'll just have to gauge that as we go. Tomorrow afternoon in
Seattle Seahawks’ list of injured players continues to grow
"Trainers earning their keep it Seahawks headquarters. Seattle's three no football team is far from healthy. Half a dozen players sat out practice yesterday. 12 more limited because of injuries. Secondary hard hit with Jamal Adam's Quinton Dunbar among the walking wounded Russell Wilson, now the NFC offensive player of the month. 14 touchdown passes in three games. A new NFL record. Teammate Tyler Lockett, says Russ, Visualize is greatness. When it comes down to that last play when it comes down to having to make that tough throw. He's already practiced it over and over within his head, and so is just another throw. The Hawks were a touchdown favorite on the road Sunday against the Dolphins. Inclement
"dunbar" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Two thousand four, the Associated Press published their article about the mystery. Immediately after this many of the Dunbar family stop talking to Margaret. She had started the investigation after her brother died tragically with the hope that it will unite her family. In fact, it did the opposite. The rift between the DUNBAR's grew, and Margaret found herself reflecting on Julia Anderson the mother who fought for her family, but was despised for it. After she became the laughing stock of up looses Julia moved to. Mississippi remarried and had seven children. People remembered her as industrious and loving. She was a community fixture during the depression when she sewed clothing for impoverished children. Throughout her hardships, she had shown great strength yet. She always had a shadow lingering over her. Bruce. Her surviving relatives said that she would frequently talk about her lost son often calling him. Bobby hoping that he turned out all right. The liveliest newspapers had been wrong. She was not a callous woman who treated her children as mistakes to be brushed under a rug. Her loss haunted her long after she left Appaloosas. But she was not the only one tormented by the pain of these events. On the eighth anniversary of Bobby's kidnapping, Hersi Dunbar stabbed and beat a man a business trip in Florida That scene year he and Leslie divorced lessee citing frequent infidelity. Whatever piece that finding? Bobby brought them. It was not enough to keep them together. Attached to the divorce papers was a note that lessee wrote to her granddaughter Elizabeth. The note said that she hoped it would help. Explain why. She remained in her shell of grief. She feared that they had objected another families little boy. She had fought another mother for the child and the scars. They gave each other with last their whole lives, but even though Julia never saw little boy again. The Anderson family finely experienced a bit of her happy ending in two thousand three. After being discharged from the hospital, bobby junior and his wife Imelda went to Mississippi to deliver the news to the descendants of Julia Anderson. They were met with a warm welcome. Jewel Tarver Julius. Seventy six year, old daughter and Bruce's half sister told them that in spite of their newfound familial connection, they wouldn't make any demands of Dunbar's. All they wanted was friendship. Unlike the ill-tempered bar relatives, they carried no hard feelings from that time. They only wanted to know the truth. And even though William Walters. Two years in prison, his family were still relieved. Their relative was exonerated even seventy three years after his death. But though this resolution gave some people peace. There was at least one more person who did not have this happy ending. The original Bobby Dunbar. What truly became of the Boisterous Little Lad on that Hot August Day in Louisiana may never be uncovered. During the initial search, people's spun many theories as to what could have happened to the boy some thought he went looking for his father since he had been distraught when his dad had to leave for an appointment. Others pointed to the track of muddy footprints that vanished by the train tracks. Maybe he was following his father and was swept up by traveling vagabond. Who is not William Walters? Or perhaps he had fallen into the lake and been stuck in the mud. All of these theories have their flaws. Bobby's father had been gone for a few hours when he vanished, so the toddler had likely gotten over his hissy fit. The idea that he was swept up by random person is also unlikely since the short boy would have had to travel an impressive amount of distance to run into a stranger. And the lack of a body proved that he did not fall in the lake. Unfortunately. The most likely explanation was the most tragic. Bobby done by far was probably eaten by an alligator. The wetlands near Swayze late were teaming with the vicious creatures, and they had been known to attack children in the past. The intensive search never found any remains likely because they were digested. And those hunters cut open several gators. They could not possibly cut open all of the scaly culprits. This might be another reason why. Some in the Dunbar family cannot accept that bobby was living a borrowed life. If this were true. The picture that it pains is a horrific one. That fit town of appaloosas ganged up on an innocent woman, moreover, the image of lessee and Percy Dunbar fighting viciously to take child from his mother, rather than facing the fact that their son was dead is a truly heartbreaking one. And though to the outside world, bobby appeared to fully move on from this ambiguity in his past. There is evidence to suggest that he has doubts. In fact. The children of Julia Anderson told Margaret that. Bobby visited them a couple of times in nineteen, forty four Hollis Rawls, Julius son and Bruce's half brother was working at an ice plant when a man walked in. The man stood there, and they made small talk for a little while he introduced himself as Bobby Dunbar. Hollis was startled by this revelation, and he didn't know how to act in front of this man, or what questions to ask him, so he did little more than enjoy lesson conversation before both men had to go back to work. Hollis's sister jewel Tarver said that bobby approached her at a service station where she was working. He drank coffee and asked her questions for around an hour, but never identified himself. It was only after he left that. She realized that the man she was talking to might have been her long lost brother. It seems that though he had a front of confidence, bobby harbored his own doubts fears. He kept hidden from his children. Even, though the case of Bobby, Dunbar ravaged leissy tormented Percy, victimized walters and brutalized Julia Bobby himself was the one with the most baggage. He was the one who had no choice in how his life continued. Later in life, he often retold the memory of being one of two boys in the cart with Walters. This memory could very well have been distorted or confused, but it helped him cling to his identity, reassuring him that he was Bobby Dunbar. His place in the world wasn't stolen. But his story does have a happy ending. Though, his childhood wasn't ideal. He was able to build a loving family as an adult, so many people use a terrible upbringing as an excuse to make the world.
"dunbar" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"First of all it's highly unlikely that squinting on the road would cause. Someone's is to change shape. And eight months would probably not be long enough for the scar on his foot to fade especially since he'd had the scar since infancy. Additionally. Bobby was still unable to recount how he went from the swamp in Louisiana to the company of a traveling piano tuner. Even though he young, it is unlikely that eight months could completely scrub away those traumatic memories. The court also selectively used the boys memory against Walters. They ignored bobbies spotty recollection of other details, but used a story. He told of the second boy the cart. The prosecution spun the theory that perhaps both Bruce and bobby had been on the card. Some even suggested that the tinker confused the children because they looked so similar. However, Margaret founded strange that nobody took into account that the eyewitness was four years old. He had been put in emotionally tense situations for weeks, and had given conflicting and confusing reports yet. Somehow the prosecution expected the jury to take a single anecdote at face value. Another piece of evidence that those appaloosas Clung to was the fact that bobby treated Julia like a stranger. None of them considered that the four year old boy had already been cared for by Lesbian Percy for weeks when he was presented to her. Even if he did have some memory of his working class upbringing, surely being doted on by adoring parents would be enough to make him choose a more comfortable life. Speculation about bobby's identity swirled around him his whole life. Even, long after the case was resolved, bobby was interviewed again when he was twenty four. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, the Lindbergh keping was all over the papers, so reporters hunted down the famous lost child to get his opinion. And the discussion of Bobby's kidnapping was still alive, and well in two thousand and three, while Margaret was deep into her investigation. After working alongside Linda and looking into Julia's case, her previously ironclad belief in her family story was now full of holes. The key to Margaret's change in perspective was found in William Walters defense file towards the very end of this four hundred page folder was a six page letter addressed to walters attorneys written by an anonymous person, identifying herself only as a Christian woman. A Christian woman claimed that she was bedridden with illness and had been following the case closely. In her letter, she asked why the two children haven't had side by side photographs published so that people can evaluate their differences. The letter touched on other points such as why the media savage Julia for misidentifying her child, but spared lessee the same fate. However her main point lay in the very center of the case. Why did it take? A bobby a bath for her to recognize him. Putting down the letter Margaret side heavily. She couldn't let secondhand accounts and confirmation bias. Settle this mystery once and for all it was time they turned to forensic science. Up Next, Margaret's investigation reaches its conclusion now back to the story. Margaret Dunbar cut right investigated her family legend from Nineteen Ninety nine through two thousand three. The original story was that her grandfather was kidnapped as a boy in Louisiana and was recovered eight months later in Mississippi. Over four years, Margaret poured over thousands of documents from the time, and even interviewed the families of Julia Anderson and William Walters she contemplated getting a DNA test for her father Bobby Dunbar Junior, but hesitated. Before, they took such a bold stab at finding the truth. Margaret wanted the consent of all of Bobby Seniors Children. Yet now in two thousand three, bobby, Dunbar junior was in the hospital with congestive heart failure. It seemed like his time was running out. A reporter from the Associated Press Interview Bobby Junior about his father's mystery and asked if he was interested in DNA test. With Margaret Present Bobbie told the reporter that he wanted to do it since if DNA analysis had been around in his father's Day Bobby Dunbar senior would have chosen to. In late, two thousand, three Margaret and Bobby Junior talked about what this would mean for a long time before they came to a compromise. They would have the test done and keep the result sealed until all of Bobby Dunbar seniors. Children consented to have them open. They took samples from David Dunbar Alonzo son that the lab would compare with DNA from bobby, junior. They sent the specimens in and for the first time in years. Margaret's investigation held. It's breath. As the days were on, the mystery weighed heavily upon. Margaret She had been reading these files for years. Was it all wasted time. A month after they sent in the DNA samples Margaret called the lab to see how the testing was going. The lab assistant, who answered was unaware of how important this case was, and that Margaret wanted to keep the finding secret. She merely thought it was a paternity test, so she casually told Margaret the result. The DNA! Did Not Match Bobby and David were unrelated. Margaret stood there frozen in time shock welling up inside her. There was only one thing to do. She probably got in her car and drove ten hours to see her father in the hospital. When she arrived, she told bobby junior the result. He was struck to the core. The blood running through his veins. was someone else's blood. His whole legacy was something different, something, strange and alien. He didn't know how to feel about. But as bobby ruminated on the meaning of his newly discovered genealogy, he and Margaret realized that they had to tell the family. Especially since the Associated Press was gearing up to write a story on it. But here a problem rates head. Most of bobbies siblings were unaware that he'd taken the DNA test and were against the investigation from the beginning. The extended Dunbar family reacted to the news with universal anger apart from Alonzo's son David none of them had agreed to the test and they felt betrayed. They accused Margaret of being selfish and untrustworthy. Many of them didn't even accept the facts. The DNA told them. They were done bars. They said and nothing could convince them otherwise. It's easy to understand why the younger Dunbar's were so incensed by the result. With the story back in the public eye, it could seem like Percy and lessee Dunbar were kidnappers manipulating the sympathy of the nation to steal an innocent child. In early.
"dunbar" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"The andersons. It was time to seriously consider the theory that her grandfather was actually Bruce Anderson. Julia. Anderson claimed that in February of Nineteen twelve. She led William Walters take care of her son for a few days. He had kept her child for over a year longer than he promised. But according to the mother, the boy and the tinker got along very well, and as Margaret read more about Julia. What originally seemed like tiny details in the Dunbar family stories now stood out as major inconsistencies and outright misinformation. This made it nearly impossible to determine whether bobbies identity had been truly tested, or if it had all been an elaborate show-trial, biased against Julia. Even Percy story of meeting Bobby was murky and unclear. As Margaret investigated further, she found that some details of the meeting didn't sound like a family reunion. In of a brief flash of recognition bobbies screamed when Percy attempted to embrace him. His father couldn't calm him, but Sheriff Day did with relative ease. These were red flags that everybody seemed to ignore. Things became even more complicated. When less came to Mississippi? Unfortunately, there was no way for Margaret to know what lessees reaction was to seeing her child for the first time in eight months. At the time, it was common practice for rival newspapers to push contradicting versions of the same story. And this was the case with the Dunbar family reunion. One article told the emotional story of the dirty boy waking and seeing lessee Dunbar standing before him, he cried mother, and they embraced warmly before she fainted. However. Another newspaper told a vastly different story in this version. Lessee peered the sleeping boy in the candlelight. When asked if it was her child, she said I am not quite sure. A third story says the boy awoke, screaming and thrashing against his mother. Though she attempted to calm him, she was on. This paper reported that she yelled Oh baby. Don't you know you're on MOM and Daddy? But Margaret's contradictory findings didn't stop there. This same muddling of records extended to bobbies meeting with his brother Alonzo. One paper reported that he did not recognize his sibling, whereas another reported that he kissed Alonzo saying there's my Bubba. But there was no way for Margaret to tell. Which story was closer to the truth. and Percy and less. He had other reasons to hesitate before loudly claiming that he was their child. After the initially saw the boy. The couple accompanied by share of Hawthorne was approached by a crowd of people. The rabble demanded to know if the boy was bobby, Dunbar. Though they seemed outraged for the right reasons. Both the sheriff and the Dunbar's knew what they really were. This was no concern citizenry. This was a lynch mob. At the time, it was all too common for so called. Citizens Committees to take justice into their own hands especially in the south. Though the primary victims of such extralegal executions were black, the lynching of whites was not unheard of. William Walter State. Now Hung on every word that this crowd would here. And although they wanted the child to be there, boy, the Dunbar's were deeply disturbed by the idea of a murder taking place in their name. Fortunately Sheriff Hawthorne answered for them. He told the crowd that neither Percy nor lessee were sure. This may have been the truth, but it could have been a morsel that the sheriff through to the mob to keep them from taking the law into their own hands. Either way, the assembly dispersed. As the DUNBAR's climbed into Hawthorn's car. Lissi broke down in tears, emotionally tormented by the days, events and anguished by the idea of losing bobby again. She Clung to her husband holding him so tightly that it seemed like without him, she would melt away. Meanwhile the authorities delve into Walter's relationship with the boy founded his care. Strangely, bobby supposed victim seemed to respect his captor. Even the witnesses had seen walters whipping him. Walters, defended himself, saying that he only beat the child to discipline him, and never harshly or without cause. Though the seems cruel to modern ears in nineteen thirteen, it was not unheard of for parents to beat their children. So, the prosecution needed more to prove. Walters was a kidnapper and the defense of the tinker became much stronger when Julia Anderson came to Appaloosas to make her claim to the child, but Julia Anderson never had a real chance to prove whether the boy was hers or not. Since from the start she was an enemy territory appaloosas had already thrown a parade in Bobby Dunbar's honor. They were not going to surrender their prodigal son to an outsider. Though the press had been divided unless he dunbar. They certainly were united about Julia. Not only did the newspapers ridicule her for being a divorced single mother. There was also no objectivity in the cord of appaloosas. The officials claim that they were testing whether Julia would recognize her child. However the trial itself was made to be failed. The test took place in the house of the Dunbar's lawyer and the committee that evaluated her was stacked with people whom the DUNBAR's new well. This included the DUNBAR's family doctor and a doctor who had already positively identified bobby. Most damagingly, the four year old had been on the road for at least eight months, and possibly even longer. If he was Julius Child, he might not recognize her especially after a traumatic few weeks of being examined by several doctors, having onlookers constantly photograph him and being bathed by multiple strangers. The media's savage Julia for failing to recognize Bruce one paper, even saying that she was lower than animals who instinctively knew they're young. They wouldn't give her story. The creedence it deserved, and the trial of Walters continued unabated. Sworn witnesses claim they saw the boy with Walters in February of Nineteen twelve a full six months before bobby vanished in the swamp. But he's story of there being second child meet these declarations irrelevant. The boy, who walters had been with earlier, could have been bruce that didn't mean he didn't kidnap bobby to. The jury reason that if walters could kidnap a child, he was more than capable of having done it twice. They found him guilty and convicted him in nineteen, fourteen, sentencing him to life in prison. But even after the supposed kidnapper was put behind bars. Doubt still flu around Bobby. Detail differences between the boy who went missing and the discovered Ladd were never quite explained..
"dunbar" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Fight of Julia versus lessee. Each woman believing that child in question was her son. Of course, neither had any desire to hurt the other. But. Only in order for one of the mothers to have a happy ending. The other had the suffer the most devastating loss apparent ever could. And even though lessee one, she never truly got over her pain. During her twilight years. She told her granddaughter that she lived in a shell of grief. The thought that she and Percy could've taken away. An innocent woman's child haunted her. Even is bobby grew into adulthood. But the part of the story that intrigued Margaret enough to launch. Her investigation was the fact that neither her great grandparents, nor the court ever fully confirmed bobbies identity. Percy and lessee never found undeniable proof. Facts like bobbies is being different shapes, and that his scar had vanished stood in the way of certainty, the parents could have misremembered the shape of his eyes, and his scar could have yield, but we don't know. Perhaps, the court was correct. Bobby Dunbar could have been recovered after eight months of being lost. Or, maybe the boy who was found was not bobby. He could have been lost in the swamp, and powers beyond his control forced little. Bruce Anderson to live for fifty three years under a borrowed name. The resolution of this story hinges on a simple question of identity. Was the boy. Bobby Dunbar or Bruce Anderson. And if the parents were mistaken, a whole other mystery reveals itself. What happened to the original Bobby Dunbar. Perhaps. He was eaten by alligators. The search party never found. Or maybe a different kidnapper absconded with him. There was enough pain mystery and guilt within her grandfather's past that Margaret Dunbar cut right launched her own years long investigation. She was determined to find out whether her grandfather had been bobby Dunbar his whole life. Whether he was stolen from another home. Though her objective was to confirm that her grandfather had always been bobby. Her mission led her through a much thornier past then she was prepared for. What Margaret and covered would alter her entire perception of her family and turn people. She had known her whole life against her. After all if blood is thicker than water, what happens if the blood? Is.
"dunbar" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Tuner if he had acute kid for them to dote on. The questions kept on flying. The parentage of Bobby Dunbar was not only intriguing, but it was front page news. People were clamoring for the truth. To settle the question once and for all a New Orleans newspaper paid for Julia to come to appaloosas to identify the boys. She claimed was her child. She eagerly accepted and made the long train journey down to Louisiana to reunite with her boy. They're a committee including Dunbar's lawyer John Lewis Three doctors who had positively identified bobby and a cashier orchestrated a trial. In the parlor of Lewis's home, they began the test. The man of the committee brought on five children one at a time to show Julia? They waited to see if she recognized the boy she claimed was her son. Julia was not warned beforehand that the committee planned this, she attempted to keep calm, but surrounded by strangers and put on the spot. She began to SOB. She felt so very alone. The only people nearby having a vested interest in seeing her lose her child forever. Julius steeled herself trying to calm her shaking hands and choke back her tears. But after all five boys had been shown to her, the emotionally distraught woman proclaimed that she didn't know the task was deemed a failure. She, pleaded with the committee to have another chance. They let her give bruce a bath just as they had let lessee, and she positively identified him as her son. But word of the failed test had already leaked to the press soon. Newspapers were firing on all cylinders, ridiculing the simple far man who couldn't even recognize her own child. Though the cord attempted to maintain neutrality, the cards were stacked against Julia Anderson from the start. She had a shotgun wedding at age nineteen. The next day, her new husband drunkenly shot his pregnant wife in the leg. A few months later Julius first child was stillborn. Her second child with another man was also born out of wedlock and given up for adoption. And Her third bruce was sent away to walters to give Julia a chance at peace. But she'd been dealt. A rough hand and peace was not in it. In spite of her traumatic life, the newspapers showed Julian No mercy newspapers described her as simple course into loose woman. They mocked her for the fact that she had three illegitimate children and lost all of them. Some papers even alleged she was a sex worker. As Julia begged the committee for another chance lessee emerged from a different room, carrying the boy she had been listening to the entire ordeal tents and terrified. Julia confronted lessee, begging the woman to let her take the child, but lessee equally incensed insisted the boy was hers. Julia attempted to get the boy unless he's arms to recognize her, but he only clung to LEC- Dunbar tighter. Julia could not afford a lawyer and with no chance in court. Left Louisiana in disgrace emotionally devastated. The child's identity was no longer in doubt. As far as the law was concerned, he was Bobby Dunbar. In nineteen fourteen. The State found William Walters guilty of kidnapping Bobby Dunbar. Instead of death they sentenced him to life in prison. But his freedom was not truly lost. Walters lawyers sued for a retrial. The basis was a technicality. They alleged that the way the judge spoke to. The jury may have subconsciously. Them! The court ruled in favor of Walters, and the state prepared to Redo the trial. But the case of Bobby Dunbar had been so high profile in so costly for the state that the government promptly dropped the case. As far as they were concerned, bobby was back with his parents and that was all that mattered. Walters was free. He returned to his life as a traveling tinker handyman, which he did until his death in the late nineteen thirties. Bobby Dunbar grew up under the care of lessee and Percy. But this was not the happy ending that parents across the country had been hoping for. In, nineteen twenty, when Bobby was twelve, Percy and lessee divorced. Lessee accused Percy repeated infidelity. The same year eight years to the day since Bobby Disappeared Hersi stabbed demand in Florida during a business trip. No record survives to show why he did this and he didn't do any jail time for it, but no doubt bobbies. Father's temper affected the child's. In spite of that, bobby grew into a bright young man. When he was twenty seven, he got married in raised four children. Who all remember a loving warm household. On occasion, bobby and his wife would tell their grandchildren the intriguing story of his disappearance. This retailing especially fascinated bobbies granddaughter Margaret. From her youth, she was intrigued and wondered if her family really was genetically Dunbar's. But throughout the Dunbar. BOBBIES, kidnapping and recovery remained a popular household fable, a piece of family lore, not something to be investigated. Bobby died in nineteen, sixty six. He may have had his doubts about his true identity, but he made peace with them. And even curious. Margaret's seemed to have reconciled herself with not knowing. Until, tragedy struck Robbie Dunbar. Margaret's younger brother died in a plane crash in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety nine. Margaret was come with sadness. With her husband often at work, she was lost with what to do with yourself. Noticing her grief, her father Bobby Dunbar junior gave her a present. A scrapbook. It was filled to bursting with every single article that had to do with bobbies disappearance. Lessee compiled it during the investigation so that her son would have a record of what happened. Margaret needed something to keep her mind busy. And since that mystery had fascinated her since she was a child, she dove into the collection of evidence. Margaret's search for truth started as simple coping mechanism and intriguing family puzzle to solve. But soon it would become an all consuming quest for the truth. Bobby Dunbar's disappearance was harrowing for all involved. However, the most intense and emotional part of the story is the.
"dunbar" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"Margaret Dunbar cut right heaved the scrapbook into her office. The thick thome was filled to bursting with various papers, but she carried it as gingerly as if it was her own child. She had been pouring over these files for months, but she still felt a sense of chilling injury every time she cracked open the book. She stared once again at the dozens of newspaper, clippings, photos, letters, and editorials sorting them in her mind. Though all from different sources they shared a common subject. Robert Bobby Dunbar. With the mid afternoon light illuminating her work Margaret opened up the latest box of photocopied documents from the Nineteen Tans. hundred-year-old court papers, public library records and maps were all among the information. She was cataloging in her scrapbook. She had transcribed so many hard copies over the last few years that she had lost count of them. Some days she felt like she was trying to chip away at diamond with a toothpick. Yet, she couldn't give up. This question had bothered her for her whole life, and she was closer than ever to finding the answer, and now after poring over novels worth of records, she had a new lead. Margaret reached down into a box and pulled out a book. She ran her finger along the spine where in faded letters, it read Walter's family genealogy. She cracked it open and scan the names on the page. Finally she landed on what she was looking for a phone number. She picked up her phone and dialed. Margaret anxiously wrapped the phone's cord around her finger as it rang. Her hearts skipped a beat as a faint. Hello sounded on the other end. She politely introduced herself. All the while she could not get. A single haunting thought out of her head. These people's ancestors kidnapped my grandfather..
New York Giants Cornerback Deandre Baker Released From Florida Jail On Bond
"The desk newly acquired Seahawk defensive back Quinton Dunbar and giants defensive back Deondre Baker released from Broward county jail yesterday after surrendering Saturday on felony charges stemming from a cook out of the Miramar Florida home Dunbar charged with four felony counts of armed robbery posted a hundred thousand dollar bond the players lawyers say they have witnesses who will
Report: Giants' Baker, Seahawks' Dunbar released on bond
"Newly acquired Seahawk defensive back Quinton Dunbar New York giant that the Andre Baker race for Broward county jail yesterday a day after surrendering on felony charges stemming from a cook out of the Miramar home Dunbar charged with four felony counts of armed robbery he posted a one hundred thousand dollar bond the players lawyers say they have witnesses who will
New York Giants Cornerback Deandre Baker Released From Florida Jail On Bond
"NFL cornerbacks the Andre Baker and newly acquired Seahawk defensive back Quinton Dunbar released from Broward county jail yesterday after surrendering on felony charges stemming from a cook out of the Miramar home Dunbar charges for felony counts of armed robbery posted a hundred thousand dollars bond the players attorneys say they have witnesses who will
Quinton Dunbar turns himself in to police on armed robbery charges
"To it after three days of being wanted by the authorities in South Florida Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar turned himself in on four counts of armed robbery is common sports and family about the fake after the arrest warrant had been out for he and New York Giants quarterback de Andre Baker Dunbar and Baker were wanted after an alleged incident occurred at a house party late Wednesday night according to the police report done Martin Baker allegedly stole thousands of dollars in cash and jewelry while holding the alleged suspects at gunpoint Dunbar's lawyer Michael Greco says there are sworn affidavits from witnesses that exonerate Dunbar of any
Miami - Giants' DeAndre Baker surrenders in armed robbery case
"And then in fort Lauderdale Florida New York Giants cornerback deandre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar they are in the Broward county jail they're facing charges of armed
NFL players Deandre Baker, Quinton Dunbar turn themselves in
"Seattle's Quinton Dunbar in the giants see Andre Baker have surrendered themselves to police after warrants were issued for their arrests Thursday in connection to an armed robbery the pair is alleged to have committed the premeditated armed robbery in Miramar Florida after multiple witnesses identified them as holding up a party Dunbar and Baker are expected to appear in court later
Miami - Deandre Baker and Quinton Dunbar turn themselves in
"Giants quarterback de Andre Baker is set to face a judge in Florida today after turning himself in on Saturday Baker is being charged with four counts each of armed robbery and aggravated assault with a firearm stemming from an alleged incident earlier in the week Seahawks corner Quinton Dunbar has also been charged in the incident Dunbar is facing four counts of armed robbery with a
New York Giants CB Baker turns himself in to face Florida charges
"The entree Baker the giants in the Seahawks Quinton Dunbar surrendered to police in Florida after warrants were issued for their arrest this week in connection with an armed robbery both are expected to appear in court later today their lawyers say they have affidavits from witnesses which will eventually
Deandre Baker and Quinton Dunbar turn themselves in
"To professional football players are under arrest for armed robbery but their attorneys say the only thing they're guilty of is being in the wrong place at the wrong time to NFL football players Quinton Dunbar of the Seattle Seahawks in de Andre Baker of the New York Giants surrendering to law enforcement today in Broward county Florida arrest warrants were
New York Giants’ Deandre Baker Turns Himself In To Florida Police After Being Accused of Armed Robbery, Aggravated Assault
"A lawyer for giants cornerback deandre Baker announced on Instagram that is Klein has turned himself in he was charged with four counts of armed robbery with a firearm four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm a police report Baker took money and watches from victims at a party with force and was armed with a semi automatic firearm during isn't that occurred on Wednesday in Florida another player involved Seattle cornerback Quinton Dunbar who is charged with four counts of armed robbery both attorneys
Seahawks' Dunbar says witnesses exonerate him of armed robbery charges
"Doubt newly signed Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar had a arrest warrant issued yesterday on four counts of felony armed robbery down in Miramar for Florida that warrants took an unexpected turn today as Dunbar's attorney in Denver was just signed by the Seahawks Michael Michael Grieco now claims to have sworn statements from five witnesses completely exonerating Dunbar of the charges according to Greco the witnesses affidavits are a complete reversal from what each of the five told police two days ago Greco told The Seattle Times quote they lied in either they lied in the affidavit today or they lied to
miami - Wanted in Miramar: NFL Players Deandre Baker & Quinton Dunbar Accused Of Robbing Partygoers At Gunpoint
"Two NFL quarterbacks are still on the run from the law Quinton Dunbar in the Andre Baker were issued warrants for armed robbery in Miramar Florida the Redskins traded Dunbar to the Seahawks in late March while Baker was a giants first round draft pick last year according to TMZ they had racked up seventy thousand dollars in gambling debts in high stakes card games and had a cook out Wednesday night Baker pulled out a gun and directed to others to start robbing gas police say they have been in contact with their
Giants CB Deandre Baker, Seahawks CB Quinton Dunbar face multiple armed robbery charges
"Rust warrants have been issued in South Florida for giants cornerback deandre Baker and Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar in connection to an armed robbery investigation according to Miramar police Baker is wanted on four counts of armed robbery with a firearm and four counts of aggravated assault with a firearm Dunbar is wanted on four counts of armed robbery with a firearm the alleged incident took place at a party late
"dunbar" Discussed on Ologies
"People ask why they might not like kissing? Are there people who just Arlino it depends on how you are able an dimensional attachment was known as the attachments Several dimensions to the attachment style. But essentially they're measuring your won't and coolness in your past. Relationships are people said in the end. You know this is all very Italian as in Roy's putting their arms around you and giving you big. Hugs Zola time. And then they're candidly at the cool end in. This is the the Then touch the. I'm British dimensioned distinguishes between people to have a high density of endorphin receptors in the brain Like able to have a Lo de Endorphin receptors solos up very quickly. How small amount of physical contact? Oh side note. April is National Autism Awareness Month and some folks on the autism spectrum have varied sensory sensitivities so for example some researchers think a light touch might feel uncomfortable because different nerve fibers carry different types. It touch so touch with pressure is carried really fast via type. A nerve fibers whereas light stroking types of touch moves more slowly across those see tactile fibers. Dr Dunbar mentioned earlier and it registers in emotional centers of the brain so some folks on the autism spectrum report that kissing feels like sensory overload others. Say That light touch is uncomfortable. Others are perfectly fine with both and enjoy both. It's very individual and the research is ongoing but Dr Donmar notes that a partner sensitivity is always something to consider Cohen features voices. Unc denbigh physical context. It's it's it's stunning. Point is is this is. This is not the difference between the sites that is just different styles of says geology but at the end of the day the question. I am kind of inclined to us is how many people have been kissed ride. Most US have no loss. Numbers of says the likelihood of Kissing. Somebody doesn't match you'll style and requirements is pretty. I I think you have to get through an inordinate number of them in order to kind of go than a. This is a good one. Said statistically speaking French In a defense to notice says he wouldn't let.
"dunbar" Discussed on Ologies
"Show since literally day one for being our backbone and also for all the folks wearing your allergies hats and backpacks in shirts and drinking cold coffee out of allergies mugs. And for all the folks who tell friends and tweet and Graham about the podcast and hit subscribe give it a rating on itunes keeping it up on the charts and especially. Y'All review you know. I creep them like a crush each week. I read you a fresh one such as this one from Old Zab twenty two. Who says this is the podcast? I suggest to my friends and family more than any other dad. Word is the fun loving foul mouthed bad defending nerdy friend. Your other warned you about who also casually mentioned that. She has several dead birds in her freezer. Which I hope she's using for good and not to do some terrible prank neighbor. Keep up the great work. Stay safe keeping common. I would never waste at Birzeit that but thank you. I appreciate it. Thank you to everyone who spreading the show around via word of mouth speaking of mouths. Let's jump right into them Phil metrology. It's a real word. It's the study of kissing. It comes from FEMA meaning kiss in the Greek tongue. And as soon as I saw this word years ago I just longed to probe the topic so I searched scientific journals just for the word kissing and then I found several studies done by a professor and an anthropologist at Oxford in the UK hot degree. Boy howdy this dude was legit. He got a bachelors and MASTERS IN PSYCHOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY from Oxford University a PhD in psychology on the social dynamics of a lot of babboons. He's a professor of evolutionary psychology at the University of Oxford. He's been an author on over four hundred articles in scientific journals including such hits like what's in a kiss. The effect of romantic kissing on meat desirability and examining the possible functions of kissing in romantic relationships. And if you've ever heard the notion the humans can only have about one hundred and fifty stable friendships. That's all him. It's called Dunbar's number. He explained it casually as the number of people. You would not feel embarrassed about joining uninvited for drink if you happen to bump into them in a bar. Oh I wanted to be one of his fifty in interim so much so I emailed him and he wrote back saying no but politely. A quick two sentence rejection. I'm afraid I'm just too tied up with other commitments. The moment my apologies so I wrote back with literally a pretty please in the subject line he wrote back as shimmering letter to said yes. Fine by me. I literally gasped a screamed when I got it so we hopped onto skype to record and in remote calls. We speak via skype. But I have the all adjusts record into their voice memos on their phone and then we cut them together for better sound quality. It's just a little trick. I learned from the illusionists. Helen's Osman but we have some difficulty. I can maybe just record you straight from my speakers and we will worry about it in post. We'll fix it in but we gave it a good try. I was terrified already of this interview. So much at stake. Such a well regarded. Dude will botch it. How does the rest of it go or do we bond immediately and have a jolly time talking about smoothies and first kisses and why people kiss and the microbiome and social relationships kissing in other animals why we fall in love with some people and not others the notion of soulmates and doing research in nightclubs so swipe on some lip? Balm Pucker your ears for the wit and wisdom of anthropologist scholar and Gentleman Oxford. Fila Matala Gist Dr Robin Ian.
"dunbar" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Then with the within a year fan base is love nuts over it. I like it. I'm fine with the big thing that I've said for years when it's come when this conversation has come up. I just would recede after all seven teams or qualified in. Maskey did not have anything in there about seeding. The last time I read anything about seeding it was that the league was against it. That the it'll be the fourth division winners seeded one through four in the three wildcard teams seeded five through seven Even if that fourth division winners seven and nine and five. Cd's twelve and four. It won't matter. I think that's stupid. I think it's competitively unfair I would switch it around but I went through that yesterday. But here's the other part of this story that I think is interesting. So what have we heard about the players? Push back on the seventeen game season over and over again over the years. What's number one thing that turned about? Yeah of course so in this story. Basically maske outlines what the quid pro quo is for the seventeen game season all right from the players perspective by the way the the League announced yesterday. I'm sorry that the owners had approved their pro their proposal for a new collective bargaining agreement the NFL PA. There thirty two player Reps. Two thirds of them have to vote it And that vote could happen today or tomorrow and then a majority okay. Fifty point one percent of the NFL players then have to approve it. But here's what Maske outlined is essentially the quid pro quo for the seventeen games. First of all It's about revenue share percentage. You know going from forty eight percent to forty eight and a half percent so not only will revenues go up because you've got a seventeenth regular seeing you know game and potentially to more weekends of football if they throw a second bye week in there which was not In in this this story They also want a higher percentage of the take. So that's number one they're Gonna. They'RE GONNA go up to forty eight and a half percent of of league revenue instead of forty eight percent. Next up is they. They do you know they did. Want the They went drug policies and sit and and player disciplines to be modified in ways that are more favorable to the players. They just don't want the commissioner to really be able to lower the boom on player discipline issues or drug issues and with respect to marijuana in particular they want significantly less punishment for marijuana offenses next on the list of things that they want back for a seventeenth game. They want increased minimum salaries for players and improvements to players pensions and benefits. You following this. Essentially this is a money. Grab not a safety. Grab at this light. Okay then you get to You get to further restrictions placed on teams off season workout schedules and on the amount of practice field hitting you know so you're gonNA see less. Ota's basically or less mandatory minicamps and you're going to see less hitting on the practice field. So that's the first and only mention of anything having to do with safety in exchange for the seventeen game season. Here's what sort of to me Interesting based on its absence from this Congress. Conversation number one would be nothing mentioned about increased roster sizes which to me. I would think that the players would want but remember if the players get that especially for the players that are playing now now. They're sharing all of those revenues with more players right so increase. Roster sizes may help from a safety standpoint. But it'll mean less money because they're more players on the payroll number. Two is no mention of a second by and there's no mention of remember some of the people that discussed Oh there should be a requirement in a seventeen game schedule for safety reasons for a player in addition to the bi weeks to have to sit out one other game. None of that. None of that up is a part of this new. Cba as it's written in described by Maske in this story the players the seventeenth game safety thing has been bullshit from the beginning. You don't think it. I don't think it has been both maybe.
"dunbar" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Did you know he may not have been well liked. But he had a lot of success as a head coach So the other thing the other Things I had on the list. You Know Sunny Johnson. George Allen's first year nineteen seventy-one all right the Lombardia passed away a and a half earlier. Bill Austin took the job as sort of an interim one year deal in nineteen seventy. They hired George Allen and seventy-one. Sonny's going to be the starting quarterback they signed. They traded for Billy Kilmer. But Sunny's your number one quarterback going into the seventy one season and in the fifth. Preseason Game Tommy. They played six back. Then as you know and played six preseason games Aaron can you believe that? Six preseason games in the seventies in the NFL in the fifth preseason game in the third quarter sunny. Johnson Sonny is one of the. He's one of the three or four best quarterbacks of in the League and he's your starter and they got him in there playing in the third quarter of the fifth. Preseason game he throws an interception to the Great Dick Anderson Hall of Famer Dick Anderson Chases him down in separates his shoulders out six weeks. Billy kilmer starts the season. They go five and and George Allen never looks back. Billy's guy in so the big what if is if Sonny hadn't been in that game they would have been not only a playoff team in seventy one. They may have been much better offensively. And then seventy two Tommy. Sunny is getting the opportunity because billy's banged up and then he tears his Achilles Yankee Stadium and he's gone for the year and that was the year the redskins deep go to the super bowl loss to the dolphins and seventy two. The perfect dolphins the seventeen. No dolphins but you know to this day I think a lot of Redskin fans believed that if Sunny Jorgensen had been healthy the redskins would have been super bowl champs that year over the dolphins were really good. So some of the stuff is on my. What if the two injuries in those back to back years and then I got a couple of obscure ones for you. The two thousand season. What if they what Dan Snyder didn't you know didn't sign Jeff George you know be enamored with Jeff George. 'cause you know Brad. Johnson was a pretty damn. Good quarterback went on to win a super.
"dunbar" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"But again you're right. He's a number two because you don't have any other corners really to speak of that you can count on so you would like them on. Your team would reach out to him and stop this from happening in the first place now. Maybe he wouldn't have liked what you what you had to say when it came time to talk about money and he would have gone public anyway and then you move on. If that's what's going on that then that's fine. The bottom line is everybody who claims to be a redskins fan if they haven't signed the Ron Rivera. Pledge they need to sign it now. Anything that Ron Rivera wants to do at this point is okay with them I'm I'm just I'm going to go with it. I'm going to hope that he's making all these decisions. And it's new and it's improved and he's a quality guy in these respective coach. So let's let him do what he wants to do Doug Dunbar though. I would imagine if you're trying to change the culture of an organization which this organization needs drastic and significant overhaul and culture that a guy that goes public With you know wanting to be released in traded you know three different times with three different stories I'm saying that's not the kind of culture we're GONNA have around here You'RE GONNA have to be patient you're GonNa have to recognize your value We're GONNA make you an offer at some point you can turn it at that point and play next year. Three point two five million in the become a free agent. That's the way this works but if you're going to continue to go public with this stuff We we we think we can get a fourth rounder for you. So we're we're GONNA move on or whatever it would be great. I agree with you. One hundred percent right the next thing so. I wanted to circle back to Jordan. Reed for a moment because I did this thing on radio today and could've taken calls the entire show on it and it basically was you know Jordan Reed will will be for Redskin fans one of those big. What if's you know? What if he had stayed healthy when if he'd been healthy because we saw the talent when he was healthy he was elite as a pass catching tight end. He really was. He was an elite talent. That if he had stayed healthy had been been available. More than unavailable you know would have been an all time. Great for the Redskins at the position. I do believe that the biggest what if in Redskins History Sean Taylor I. I don't know you might decide to debate me on that. I think most redskin fans the significant majority of Redskin fans would say the biggest. What if in Redskins history is? What if Sean Taylor had lived? He would have been the greatest safety in franchise history one of the greatest safeties in. Nfl history. Something the goat he would have turned into hall of Famer. You know given the circumstances given kind of player. He was given the kind of of of play that he was starting to exhibit in two thousand seven that to me is number one on the list of the biggest. What ifs in Redskins History? But I came up with a long list of many of them. And you're going to remember as Redskins you know author and historian And and you're going to remember a lot of them as well I think there's a clear cut number two on this list but before I get to mine First of all do you agree with me on Sean Taylor and then if you do or if you don't what is the first one other than him? That comes to mind. Well he's not even in my top five. I knew I knew you'd be somewhere in that in that area. All right go ahead give me I. I guess we can. I guess what your number one is here Lombardi yet. Yeah that was my number two.
"dunbar" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Sixty eight years old and playing in a band and in Germany doing fine. But when I was GONNA say about a cortisone shot is eat is painful in a hand. I can tell you that. Now it's quick and it's paying for just about a half second but it is painful when they because they take that thing yes they take that thing and they found it down. You know a cortisone shot. You know. It's not. It's not a slow injection Anyway all right. Let's get to some things actually have a lot of things including your column which I actually referenced this morning with a with Mark Zuckerman on the On the radio. Show 'cause thought David Johnson's quotes to you or really actually very interesting and it opens up almost a whole complete a completely different conversation about the Astros signed stealing cheating scandal. Which I think is actually an interesting one so we can get to that a little. Bit later I did want to start with the redskins news from yesterday because there was a lot of it. Now none of it's unexpected with the exception of the new the new Quinton Dunbar stuff Jordan Reed was released. He cleared concussion protocol. Finally they released him. I think the team you know. I think the team basically was like look. We're not releasing you while you're on. Concussion Protocol Z. Costas some cap space. If we do it so you know in cooling cooling made the point yesterday to look once. He went on injured reserve. There's not like any sense of urgency to get him cleared from the concussion protocol. If there was an urgency to continue to look atom with respect to clearing him he would have been available to play once the he went on injured reserve. They didn't get to it until the end of the year. But anyway Jordan Reed gone eight and a half million dollars in salary cap savings. John Kahn reporting yesterday as I mentioned on the podcast yesterday the Jordan still wants to play like he is planning on playing the rest of his career. The other news that came out yesterday. Was this Josina Anderson Report on Quinton Dunbar. Now let me give you a little bit of the Chronological Quinton. Dunbar story here over the last week and a half before I get to. What Josina Anderson reported on twitter yesterday? First of all there was the J. P. Finley stuff about him wanting to be traded or released because of the contract he wants a. He went to significant contract extension. He's or do to earn three point. Two five million dollars right around there in twenty twenty. He wants an extension. He probably deserves an extension. I think most teams probably would have extended him at this point but he went public with that and then a couple of days later he called. Doc He called Doc Walker and said look man. I've talked to Ron Rivera and I'm not you know I'm not looking at a trade or a release anymore but a week after. He called doc to tell him. That came this yesterday from Josephine Anderson quote sources close to Redskins cornerback Quinton Dunbar. Tell me that. He had reached out to the team to discuss a reasonable contract restructure but the club declined the conversation. Dunbar remains resolute in his desire to be released or traded closed. Quote that from Josina Anderson is gone public now. You know three times in a week and a half yet. I think it's time to move on from Quinton Dunbar. Cooley said yesterday on the podcast because I asked him about Dunbar before this latest thing he said you can't give Dunbar in elite corner contract. He's not a number one corner and I think a lot of us have gotten caught up here with Quinton Dunbar. You know being the receiver that turned into a corner on a team. That was bad. That didn't have good coroners. And he's probably been the best corner but coolly pointed out. Look he's been a number two corner for us no matter what you think about Josh. Norman Norman got the number one responsibilities more than Dunbar. Did the team realizes that Dunbar is a good player. He's a number two corner. He's a starter but he's not you know and I'm sure they're interested in extending him but probably not at the level of like what a number one corner gets in you know three point two five million may not be enough but you know twelve million years way too much so it's somewhere in between But beside that students on public three times in a week and a half. If it's me and I'm trying to create a new culture and we had a conversation we can half ago and you know he's continuing to go public see. I'm done a moving on. I'm trying to trade him. I agree with everything you said. He's he we get. We.
"dunbar" Discussed on This American Life
"If you hate vetted happen then you hate that you are if that makes any sense and i don't hate that i am i'm i rejoice in that i am i rejoice in the family that the we've got in i feel like grandmother felt the same way because of the consequences for bobby even julia anderson's children allison tool figure he was probably better off with the done bars i don't wanna put him down on my mother down either you know what on me she did this she could with what probably she had to do with that here's some people it he got all the way down to get in a car um and closer the divorce papers i promised you i know that these are official copies because the notary sales are raised the divorce papers of per seamlessly dunbar briefing tools but even the bare facts are enough to imagine what life in the dunbar family was like for bobby after the trials he was quite a round listen percy separated the 1920s meaning five years after the court affirmed bobby was hers leslie left him her husband and her other sent alonzo behind and move to new orleans bobby was twelve and alonzo was ten also in '19 '20 percy beat and stabbed a man while on a trip to florida on the eighth anniversary of the day of bobbies disappearance his court record for this assault is included in the divorce papers.
"dunbar" Discussed on This American Life
"This american life mira glass our story unraveling this century old mystery of what happened in bobby dunbar continues again here's tom athena by two thousand three margaret had been researching for four years she taken all the articles from the scrapbook and all the articles from all the libraries and typed them over 1200 total margaret had maps and photo albums and tape recordings and books on her shelf like social history of the american alligator that ear she started looking for descendants of william walter's the wandering handyman the man who kidnapped her grandfather in 1914 walters was convicted of kidnapping bobby dunbar his lawyers appealed and the state supreme court ordered a retrial but incredibly because the first trial cost the towns so much money prosecutors decided to drop the case instead walters was released in two thousand three margaret opened up something called the walters family genealogy buck she poured over the names in the book and started making phone calls i'm gene cooper and on the great niece of william can't wear welder's we always cody munko can i never knew ahead william can't whale until oldest came up he was always uncle can't we met with gene in her sister barbara in savannah georgia just like hollis in jul in margaret they'd grownup hearing the bobby denver story to only their version was a little racier well the story we heard was it this uh miss julia anderson was a fun young lady which you know.
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"And so we stay there for the may be 30 minutes show and he came back and then we left ooh margaret the granddaughter of bobby dunbar and linda the granddaughter of julia anderson interpreted this curry coincidence different way they'd been discussing margaret's research on the phone and online since they first met on the one hand they were ideal research partners since they both procedurally fascinated with the story but on the other hand it was an uneasy alliance here's linda admire is totally convinced that he was bobby dunbar all along i was totally convinced that it was bruce anderson all alone we understood that we were both coming from from different angles again margaret but what was there to do but but heads dna and yet we tried to do a very civilly for months good morning everyone researchers led all of agreeing to disagree gets old vast the differences between margaret and linda came to a head in colombia mississippi when margaret was invited to share her research at the historical society in town the sound you're hearing is from a video of the event in the front of the room were julie anderson's children hala sensual several times during her presentation margaret used phrases like this the trial pastor julie aims the illegitimate child of a domestic julia anderson julianne hough was bristled that was their mom she was talking about margaret went on to describe julia like a character in a story working in the fields with course hands and bear dirty feet and she made it clear that she didn't really believe the anderson families version of what happened that bobby was bruce but her own families that bobby was bobby son of her great grandparents percy and leslie dunbar when julen hollis got home and told linda what happened she got mad i truly don't believe that when she spoken and the way she spoke i don't believe that she meant to say it to be as derogatory as we took it either if wanted of the trade she had spoken a trade that julia anderson had children out of wedlock.
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"The bubby denver wasn't out of danger yet someone else tried to claim them another mother she lost her child to and said that the boy they found in mississippi was hers there is a big trial that proved her wrong and bobby stayed with his parents percy in leslie dunbar in apelu sus uh where he lived for the rest of his life uh uh mm hmm it was a it was just a story a tale you would tell you know your your grandchildren which he would know she was one of them margaret dunbar cut right out of everyone in the family was the most captivated by the legend of her grandfather's kidnapping as a girl she would beggar grandmother to tell the story over and over when she had children of her own margaret told them the legend to then in 1999 her younger brother robbie died in a plane crash a month later she was sitting in the dan with her father and he gave her a scrapbook that had been her greatgrandmothers overstuffed with photographs and letters and newspaper clippings from the early 1900s all about her grandfather's kidnapping it's about four hundred articles not in chronological order dad said he'd this would be a great project for you mark length i had no idea what what would come of that.