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"dutch schultz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You know and and Dutch Schultz ran the numbers which is the lottery so you can kind of see him in the head of their time in a way in the way the way they saw it as they were filling a need that wasn't being filled by the market you know people wanted it it will they didn't see anything wrong with it especially and they gave to them but they couldn't get in the marketplace yeah you know it's like dub the story of of o'hare airport named after the the son of al Capone's mob lawyer right the the idea of it that he he he he he he got his son into one of the academy's but part of that was in making a deal with the feds in order to allow that to happen and then later on I think he ends up getting whacked and but the but the sun goes on to become the I think the for either the first ace of World War two and that's why into we have the here airport and the but the the his from his mom the widow of the mob lawyer who got whacked ends up marrying Frank nitty I think or living with Haley after some but it's again that interconnection between the we're trying to become respectable part and tried to make it faster Buck as big as possible yeah well one of the first gangsters you know when going back kind of guy who the first gangster was after right after our hits with monkeys man who was a big gang leader and very violent and he enlisted in World War one and actually if there's a funny story which is and they're giving him the physical induction Manteca shirt off any of like stars all over in knife wounds and they said what war if you've been and you guys just a lot a little wars around New York and he won like the whatever matter he won a French metal big level of World War one in the trenches yeah and the when he got home he he was rid of full citizenship was restored and all the crimes are written off the books because you've been such a big war hero and he just went right back into the gangs and was found he died was found dead one morning on fourteenth street which is now a very different kind of street than it was then you know there is this weird crossover want to write about ten of Jews Charlie the blood work and I have a I have his letter where he wrote to the Franklin Roosevelt volunteering to go on a suicide mission over Japan during World War one World War two residents in prison the rest of his life yeah and and that of course be gets a lot of the legends of those suicide squads that they were or in the dirty dozen yeah you would like that yeah not take him up on his so we're talking about the last pirate of New York ago ship a killer and the birth of a gangster nation rich Colin is our guest will get two more that before we get to more of your questions but so back to the the where we started the beginning of this hour about the five points in the the gangs there the for anybody saw the movie gangs of New York you saw that great I thought it was a really nice exposition where they showed all the different gangs in the things that they were known for and that guy was it bill the butcher pool yeah and he was a real character and he was really that bad right yeah and he had the with active as I mentioned him briefly in my book but I was trying to get his famous last words you know any because this is the war between the Irish immigrants that people consider themselves the real Americans right so the anglers I guess and he and they're fighting for territory his last words were goodbye boys a diet true American right okay that was a whole needles movement he actually said that but it was reported at the time that he said that was made up later but it was consistent with what he did that he was he was he was only one generation away from immigrant or two generations away from immigrant and self but as soon as he got his then the all of the influx of all those Irish became such a threat how it always is my my father is his parents were immigrants my grand mother my mother her parents and grandparents were all born American and they were like considered this terrible thing that my mother merry this son of immigrants you know even though they're all Jewish just from different it's just like complete with like one were Americans one warrant one one's parents spoke English any other spoke Russian you know so it's always this sense of being taken over by what comes next and a generation later whatever then it's different and it's a different ethnic groups right just keeps cycling cycling cycling and that the five points is while because if you were to create a neighborhood to create games like intentionally could do a better job right all right we've got so many interesting conversations going in.

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"It was not a big, Yom Kippur, crowded Irish Catholic club. That's right. So, but it was it was wet, lift, clean and place and stuff like that. But you know, Michael played, I was thrilled played good. I played good, but Michael play, she seventy five. I seventy five. I got. Right around. I think I broke ninety. You broke ninety. I think it's pretty happening outbreak in ninety. Two really good par sees for you. Yeah, I was. I was happy about that. So I did say this because we did talk to Chuck and we do have Chris here and Chuck said he believed that now it tilted a little bit more and that the confirmation of bread cavenaugh might be more likely than he felt it was the other day. I, he brought up that thing that you think Cavanaugh would like to have the FBI investigation. That always if somebody doesn't want an FBI investigation, that always leads me to conclusions that are not pleasant for that person. But I perhaps I'm just clutching at straws there. I'm wondering what is your feeling now? Well, so I, I take a little bit of issue with Chuck in that he said, why does he wanna be supreme court Justice with an asterisk? The first part of that's more important than faster because he'd be at some court Justice. Yes. I think it is more likely today than it was. Then it has been at any time since we found out about this which is affecting last Friday, but really Sunday afternoon when Christine Blasi Ford came full where I think it is more likely there. I do think this is a, this is not a, this is a created timeline by Republicans to say, well, it has to be Monday or it's not at all, but they have managed to rally, Susan Collins and other people like Pete could be right, could be off the board and make that make things more complicated. They've managed to rally people behind this idea that if she does not show up on Monday, they are proceeding to vote. I believe it's no scheduled for Wednesday. And that that will be it. I, you know, took Grassley that Senate Judiciary committee chairman set a deadline of about sleepy on ten AM ten. On Friday morning to have her making decision. Her attorneys continue to suggest that it's not happening. You know, it's sort of a game of chicken. I think at this point she's going to have to be the one who blinks because if she doesn't, they're just going to proceed. I think there is risk in that. I think Democrats are headed to a very good election in forty six, seven days regardless. I think this could make it even more. So you'll remember that after the Nita hill thing that was ninety. One ninety two the year, the woman big gains for for Democrats think he may see something similar, but I do think if you were a betting person today, as of this second, he is more likely to be confirmed the not her testifying would significantly complicate that to you think she will testify at the moment that's to say winning. I'm gonna say no, because I say that cavenaugh is better than a fifty fifty chance to get confirmed. I think if if if at eight fifty three a tweet comes out. Says she's testifying. I think his chances go down again just because of the public spectacle how we know those things play out. The likelihood she would come across as credible person doesn't mean that you know, I don't think we're ever going to know what the capital t. truth is here, but I think that would go down her, not testifying seems to me to put him back on schedule. I'll we'll take a break. We'll come back with Email and jingles. Yes, that's right. I'm Tony Kornheiser. You're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show. Tony's back. Got your emails, faxes, new notes here comes Tony's back on every some for all you fall. Of course, in east craves not Gary blonde. Fabulous. Thanks, Chuck Todd from meet the press..

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Valentino Dixon, who drew golf courses while imprisoned, released from jail

The Tony Kornheiser Show

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Valentino Dixon, who drew golf courses while imprisoned, released from jail

"Both of them both rental Lambert and Gwen Stafani. Wonderful performance. Yes. Wonderful. Singers. Blake Shelton is a big boy says, is explore. Guy, big Riley pig. They used to. Gregory this. We have time for one more story. We, you're gonna touch on Valentino Dixon guy, radio. I don't know what that Valentine addiction was incarcerated for nearly three decades while he was there. He voted back to something he joined doing child drawing at one point. It wouldn't came up to him and said

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"And apparently according to age in wars are asking said on television this morning that I saw. So does everybody else that has no relationship at all? With Karl Anthony towns? We know you have to really good. Yeah. The guy takes his five starters, and by the twentieth game of the year, they're, they're collapsed. Daughters, he I don't. I never understood how he was touted because I mean, I know he's supposed to be a defensive genius, which fine. But the way that feels to me like in the pros, it's a lot of personality management and he does not strike me seems like a better college coach like a scheme guys guys, right? They should hire Lee Jenkins to talk to the players to convince them that though is good. Apparently nobody works. So while the NFL has released a statement saying that we have, we are continuing to work with Pepsi on a plans for the Pepsi halftime show. We don't have any announcements to make on what will be maroon five with. They say that official. Yes, it's over five saying, yes, Wilson sources close to maroon five. This apparently after the Royal Godsman were all gig just too busy. We can't do it. So it looks like maroon five will be even the NFL hasn't officially announced that yet. This is what television can do for you. If you if you wanted to, this is what American idol could do for you in the old days. If they put somebody on there to help coach up somebody, this particular show the voice. They have Blake Shelton who who can do whatever he wants to do correctly. He can be on any show he wants if he wants to they have they have a guest host the today, show his tour. If he tours, he sold out everywhere knows, yes, I don't think it's. I don't think it's coincidence that what's her name? The first American idol. Everybody under Larry know Kelly. Clarkson on that show moment like this. She's on that show now and that helps her Adam LeVine is on that show, and his band is maroon five. Merlin the other players, maroon five do nothing and they sit there and they go, yeah, yeah. Go down the road down the road view. If you do the halftime show at the Super Bowl and you release an album jackpot sick, you know, so good for them. Are they any good fun. Five kids total. He's very likable on this show. He is probably more talented than you would think is music gives them credit for. I'm sure it's, I'm just asking about me. Who would you rather see? Maroon five of the zone bees have time show? Well, can't ask maybe macaroni selling anything to me, but depends. True. I'm not a target. I'm not buying Pepsi. I'm not anymore. Cool, rumble and Pepsi Cola. I have trouble opening the can for the promo for the voice featuring Kelly Clarkson Adam LeVine and Blake Shelton, and others that air during the Super Bowl last year. I don't know if you guys remember it was phenomenal. I commend it. I'll play for you in the break. I think I played it for you at the time. I just don't remember anything including your name is Blake stale with Miranda. Lambert nine. I don't know overwhelms members. That's right next to them for grace, Chris with glimpse defining..

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Still gotta run in us s pieces the line is moving. I don't know what else to the NBA. Mr Tony, Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban is agreed to contribute ten million dollars to women's organizations. This is coming on the heels of an NBA investigation into the atmosphere and culture of the Dallas Mavericks in which Adam silver, cold, disturbing and heartbreaking about the allegations, Rasmus and violence toward female employees that went on back decades about him. So we didn't do anything about it until Sports Illustrated broke the story. It's going on for twenty years and and Mark Cuban tells everybody, nothing goes on in my businesses that I don't know everything about, but then set to the sorry. Yeah, set to the NBA I didn't know anything about it. Went on with Rachel the other day and said, it's terrible, awful. I didn't know anything about it was on with Rachel yesterday. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, that's this is this is just like, you know, urban Meyer going on with Tom and all these, these public confessionals. I didn't know anything about this. I'm terribly sorry about what happened. Have some money. I mean, that's essentially just throwing money stack of money. I'd like to take all the money you want, but I knew nothing about it and I'm not saying he knew something about it just seem, but I'm saying that he always runs around saying, nothing goes on that. I don't know about and said, I know about this, you know? So here's money. No, for the punishment for. Because he didn't know anything rice, not staying with the association. Looks like. You like going to? I'm not Catholic, Chris, your calf, I am when you go to confession. Well, what happened? Let me think back to my twelve year old self haven't done much wrong since. Yeah, I mean, you go and you, you lay it out and then they say like, do ten hail Marys like that sounds good. This is the same. This ten ten million dollars to a bunch of women's the NFL given ninety million dollars in the last couple of years to hit two, two people, you know, on the force what is now referred to a social Justice. It's so easy to throw money at easiest thing to do is to throw money ways changing behavior. Yeah, we'll change. I don't know. I mean, and I'm not. I'm not trying to be. I like more Cuban lot. I liked, but a lot. I'm just saying that there is this notion out there the same thing with urban Meyer. There's this sort of notion out there that, wow, I can't believe that this happened. I am shocked shocked to find there's gambling going. Myers sat there and time after time after time use the phrase I was trying to stabilize, I was trying to stabilize household. And that family talking about you were. Football coach, and you owns the basketball team? He wasn't looking for that. I stand that he's not looking for that. The people are in charge the team's doing where he's not looking for that it's not. All right, Jimmy, Butler apparently is interested. He's out. Yeah. Interested in going to the Los Angeles Clippers apparently every with Kawhi Leonard, if he goes to the Los Angeles Clippers. Yes. So another team guys, love Tom, will everybody played for Tim Butler apparently till tiptoe that he would like to be traded before reporting for the timber wolves media hates him? Yes, that would be that would be an indication. Yes. The most interesting thing I thought about the stories, his list of teams. It's like the clippers the Knicks and then it's the nets. Yeah. I mean, I guess it's because you're in the New York media market, but who the hell wants to play for, they think, yeah. Because the Knicks stink. Then that is worse. Yes, I mean the worse. Yes. It's like listing the teams. You wanna be on, know reds. I mean, these teams are bad, perennial, Jimmy Butler is a very good player. You know, this is this is wilpon tell me why he's going to go. He loves dividend loves tips. He loves this going to work. Well, he apparently hates tips..

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Sprain not even a partial tear because they keep him out. He cannot put pressure on his one leg. You're going to heal the reason they had all those field goals because they can't run the full offense if when he can't roll out, that's right that you know, that's why they're getting field goals when they're in the red zone. So this is an eighteen with him in there anyway. Playing like this show. I, I think they ought to pull them if it's if it's raining and then you would have faith in the worst quarterback in the history of the NFL Sean Kaiser, the The worst. worst, but by the way, my favorite nickname form Kaiser Sosa. Debate between Nathan Peterman and Kaiser. So-so. Worst active quarterbacks, Nathan Peterman, horrible. I don't understand how into the Green Bay. We supposedly have quarterback guru is a coach, Mike McCarthy, and they have the worst backups. Dan, the humbly kid last year was terrible Flynn before that a good kid, but guy. But you know, terrible quarterback. I asked the one one political question that we have not gotten to here we will after this particular segment. Kavanagh confirmed. Closer today than I would have said so yesterday. Yeah, I think that that that if Republicans have given the, I think Grassley has made it seem as if he's giving her all these options to testify, she doesn't testify Republicans can say, well, she had she had every opportunity in the world. Now, Republicans don't have a good argument as to why it has to be Monday right there they have. They are giving her all sorts of options, but they're saying all these options available to you by close this Monday, right? So that's that's where they're where they're highground gets lower. But I do think politically, you're starting to see everybody starts getting into their corners biparti. And so I don't know why he wants to be confirmed with an Astro. That's the thing here. I don't know why. I'm surprised he hasn't called for an FBI investigation himself. If you would think he would want to say everything had been done to. Clear his name so that he doesn't have an Astro sitting on my court. Thank you, Chuck. We'll talk to you next week. Chuck Todd, boys and girls. And if we give you Chuck Todd, nobody else gives you Chuck Todd gains. Meet. The press is, you know, let's meet the press, but we got the guy picking games, but we give you more than that. See. Watch side had spoke with bud grant. Everybody's soon is purple that. Wretched spies too. Sometimes. Too much Johnnie Walker. So good. I guess I went down to the national zoo a big week for Reginald last week, bounce back from the three week to know. So he's back at five hundred very excited there. He is right that sound excite, always very excited to see me and it was a lot going on at his cage area. There were the camera crew costumes. He was in costume and apparently he's shooting some scenes with Tom Selleck in a reboot of the series. BJ in the bear fan says that'll be coming to a television set near you. He plays the bear. He's playing BJ. Okay. Is the bear interesting. Trying to make an extra twist on it. So the first game we get, tonight's game much Pated matchup between the jets and the Browns in Reginald showed me an old faded photograph of him, coming out of studio, fifty four with Joe really Nemeth. We Bank who was visibly intoxicated, Emerson boozer that's ask. So. So. Who's role number thirty two. That's right. Clearly as ties is that game shown anywhere in the DC area. Jona chatter see, fifty come. If you're in this area, come to friendship heights. The chatter that game's going to be all his Chattan. Okay, that's on the corner of Wisconsin avenue, northwest and Jennifer streets in friendship. I should. You mention that Reginald presently red hot coming off a three and a we said, okay. I was not listening Gary out every once in a while. Sure. The next game gave we sent Francisco getting six and a half at Kansas City. And he showed me some old newspaper columns in telling me that actually his great grandfather was actually incarcerated in Alcatraz number of years. Apparently he was an enforcer for the Schultz mall back in the day, so but spent some time in the San Francisco area. And so he will side with the the nine as this when take the six and a half smart light. Doesn't show..

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Yeah, I hate this spread. I think it's too much, but I feel like Mahomes is the guy that you're at the blackjack table and you just you're like, you ride him. I know I'm not going to get a third blackjack in a row, but man, I'm going to be really mad when he throws five touchdowns again. So and the forty Niners don't have anybody to run the football. I guess this Matt brea. Brianna guy. Breeze them read them? Yeah, they, you know that offense Garoppolo isn't as good if he doesn't have somebody to to to dump off too. So. I'm not gonna ride the chief, but I'll admit, I don't like it Chuck. It sounds like, and I think it's a, that's a pretty sharp. Take on that teaser thing. It sounds like one affiliate k. c. will likely lose outside. Yeah, yeah, he would kill their Keyser killer. You can feel humming, my guess is that it's probably karston went right in his opening game vs Mahomes, but it does feel like one of those two are going to go down and I don't know which I'd rather bet on them both and bet on them. Both Lutherans Pittsburgh is a home. Dog situation for Tampa Bay Tampa Bay is to know team. Ryan Fitzpatrick is off to a great, great. Start fits magic picture. Not here. Pittsburg, not off to a great start in Tonio, Brown, disciplined levian. Bell on a jet ski. Ben Rothlisberger attempting to be Thomas Jefferson doesn't doesn't really work Pittsburgh minus one on the road. Why are they get? How are they failing? Because because this is dealers they're desperate. I mean, there's there's zero one in one. As you pointed out, Cincinnati might be three and they're getting the point where they, they really need to win. There's always going to be dumb money on teams like the Cowboys and the Steelers. I mean, you know agree with that. What isn't that? What this feels like feels like Vegas having to artificially keep money, even I'm writing the buccaneers. I wrote him last week. I'm gonna keep writing. They're gonna keep getting point and undefeated team getting points at home. Yeah. No. I mean, it's the great bed on paper. Okay, Green Bay. It's another another home. Dog situation. Green Bay is in Washington DC, Aaron Rodgers. I don't know if he's better or not better. He only only had one leg last week seemed pretty good. Green Bay giving three to the Washington Redskins who looked bad last week at home. Here's my concern about this game, correct me if I'm wrong, is Kip. There has he done his. Yeah, Chris. And Gary is a concern pretty raining, right? Yes, it is supposed to rain on. That's right. I have a feeling someone on one leg with with with with when it's wet. The idea right that that that scares me. He apparently is already talked this week lows at source close to him, said something like, he's not sure if he should keep planning on. That tells me every Monday morning he wakes up and it needs to of size of great proof, right? And then by Friday he thinks, oh, I could play on it and it's wash repeat. I'm gonna take the Packers 'cause I don't like picking. I got punished for picking again, Leslie. Right? So I'm not gonna do that again. But if it's raining, I hope as a Packer fan Rogers doesn't play. That sounds like right on the verge of Chuck emotionally hedging against his agreed be right. I am a little bit, but I do not want him out there in rain. I just feel like it possible. Is it possible? He has like a real ligament damage slash tear, got to keep him out for four weeks. You can play play on at forty c. l. I mean, he does any pressure on his leg and play with a torn ACL. But there's been a lot of speculation that he has a legitimate sprain of his MC l..

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"And all the beers free this, this cannot and badly right just open to in the morning. So if it happened tonight that's going to greatly reduce Cleveland's productivity on is that Philadelphia Philadelphia's getting Carson Wentz back because they saw enough Nick foles in the first two games. Indianapolis has Andrew luck played twice ready seems pretty good. Not not the level you need but seems pretty good Indianapolis getting six and a half. Whence back for Philadelphia. It feels like bagels trying to sucker. Sucker you into take an Andrew luck. That's a lot of point. Carson Wentz is come back. I'm nervous about it. It's it's one of those. They want you to tease it down and and lot of people are gonna use Philly. As a half point. You know he's down for half point, use it with other games. They're begging you to take in. But I can't make myself to do that. So we'll take. I'm gonna take Philadelphia, but I don't like it. This is one of those. I have a feeling. I'm gonna wish I just can't bring myself to bed on Andrew luck that that many point New Orleans is getting three Atlanta. I've thought that would be a smaller line, but New Orleans has underperformed this year. There's no question about that Atlanta one last week after losing the opening game of the season of these teams are teams that you think will make the playoffs. Who do you like in this when you get three, if you want in the world. And by the way they actually really don't. You know, this is a real rivalry. I sort of make fun of, you know, I always say that, you know, have you ever met a falcons fan, right? Like you just you don't meet people that are south Constanza. Don't meet people that are Atlanta Hawks fans. You get my point here. Right? You don't be like you meet anybody in Georgia who's passionate about anything other than the box. But this is like a real rivalry. I give me I'll take whoever gets points in this game New Orleans. Gets three Cincinnati. Is that Carolina? That's inter divisional game? Cincinnati's two, zero, two, zero. Andy. Dalton has looked good. Carolina, I think is one in one lost on the last play of the game. The other day beat the giants in their first game, right? Not such a big win. Jaguars beat the giants. Eighty or they'd be Dallas, right? Yeah. Didn't have a lot of points. Yes, Cincinnati. I don't know if you trust them. I never do Cincinnati getting three at Carolina, Chuck. I don't. And yet. 'cause he asked yourself, it's Cincinnati at three zero team, right? Forget this game. You're like boy, who three and and then you have to say to yourself? Well, somebody's going to be three and this week that's named either Tampa Bay or Cincinnati think. Yes. And maybe even both of them and you're, I guess I would. I didn't. Carolina is. The better team. So at home, I'm going to stick with Carolina. 'cause I don't believe in Cincinnati yet, but, but this is one of those where you know, there's always that one one team that you like, how Heller they three now, and it could be that Carolina Carolina does not have Greg Olsen also something that can city, so you, okay, you will give the three and take Carolina. This next game is intriguing, San Francisco, getting six and a half at Kansas City. Kansas City looks good, but San Francisco looks pretty good. Six and a half is a pretty big number. At some point, somebody is going to figure out Pat Mahomes and shut that down a little bit, but he's got tyreek hill. He's got Travis Kelsey. They look pretty good. They look pretty good. What do you think? Can I tell you? This is why I'm scared of both this game in the Philly game. Right? Both six and a half, right? They're both at that because you know what people are going to do. They're going to tease them both together. 'cause you think, oh, those are easy wins. Philadelphia can't city never loses at home, right? They never lose it on. They have great home field advantage, and now they have the coolest quarterback in the NFL. Right. And this is our home opener. I believe I two or on the road..

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"But if you had a guy who who could tell you at at thirteen, you don't have to pass on Warren Sapp because he smoked weed because this guy, he wouldn't know that would know that I guess you don't think you would or you wouldn't hire? I don't. This guy. I think drafting is largely outside of the top two or three crap, shoot. And I think this is an attempt what would extend agency and stuff is. I mean, do I think the Utah Jazz have figured it out better because they drafted Donovan Mitchell and all the teams above them did not? No, not really. Because I could go back and point you to. I mean, they drafted Dante Exum. With a higher number number four. Now he got hurt, but I'm not sure that there's a formula for every LeBron or Dunkin, or even I know he's been hurt, but even Andrew luck. It's like everyone agreed. There's no paid. There's you know, you get down. I mean, even look at Oaten versus Durant. I mean, clearly one of them has had a better career. I don't know that you can ever bring certainty do it. But I think there's an attempt to bring in now to say, we know that we have a certain kind of thinking, and we've used this kind of thinking Gary put. We've used this kind of thing to guide our decisions for x. number of now we gotten some ring consultant. Is there any way that if we bring outside that thinking we can. If I got this job thirty years ago, this is what I did for a living. And I wrote long profiles some of what you can read on some web site that I found out about the other day called long reads. Yeah, that's a good one. Yeah. And I even went back and looked over a story that somebody sent me and I well, that's pretty good. I remember to who wrote this. So I'm sort of the person that they would hire to do this. And I would have taken this job in a heartbeat because they will triple my salary and it would have been very, very glamorous. And we've been lots of fun, but I don't know that it helps. I don't know because those things that you bring to a long profile, the most important thing you bring along profile, the ability to sit with this person for a some long period of time, and then be very reflective over some reasonably long period of time. And I don't know that you can do that. It's an investigative mindset is just, I mean, it's not just about a person's talents and trials into fifth because it's also a fit fit fit with us. There. It would Doc Rivers, look, how do they fit with the Andre Jordan? Who's I think the. Person left on that team. If these in be left on it because that teams stink how how do they fit with our with our team culture? And there have been people in these chairs far more talented than Chris and I. But you know, maybe they weren't a fit here, Tom Brady. If he's ever talks about how many times he was skipped over drafted by any other team, he he's out of a leak. So I found this very interesting. I'm happy. I don't know Lee Jenkins. I don't know. And it reminds it takes me to an old friend of ours, Matt Millen who I remember being granted, he was a player, but to me, I think unless you can think of someone before me was the first guy to sort of go to parlay the booth thing. I mean, you now see this more was terrible, his terrible, and he's one of the finest people, we know and we rooted his record in that door, right? I guess this is why journalists, I think a break when we come back Chuck Todd will join us Chuck Todd, Chris back to earth after five. And to start when said five gave it all back. We'll see what happens. Sleepy eyed, Chuck, Todd, I'm Tony Kornheiser. This is the Tony Kornheiser show others the seatgeek it getting tickets..

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"She was running the fence. Yeah, she was crazy. That's very, very nice. Very happy about that. You can buy this book. I think dogs moms wearing beautiful Schatz. May I read a quote associate attributed to me, which is to quote and Tony is quoted as saying, we have gained a great friend and frisbee catcher and lost a lawn. The dog runs like a horse. We're gonna have to resod twice a year, but better to have a dog and a lawn? Yes, so picture of us with the dog. So very, very nice. Let me start. Let me start the show with this with which I've something I find extraordinarily interesting because I used to do this for a living. I used to when I was actually a fairly good writer. I used to write long profiles of people, and I used to try and write these profiles so that when you read it, you said, okay, that's this guy. That's this girl and nobody can do this better ever again, occasionally, I succeeded with that, but every once in a while, Frank, Ford came back and wrote a piece and I lost see was a lot better than. Is a guy from Sports Illustrated, namely Jenkins who has quit Sports Illustrated and he's taken a job with Los Angeles Clippers as someone involved with the recruitment, I guess, and draft picks for the Los Angeles Clippers. This is based on something Michael Lewis who's a great great rain writer. Poker said, along other things among blindside among other things, he said, the job of the modern scout was to do more than figure out how fast a pitcher throws how high linebacker jumps jobless. Part psychologist and part detective. He should find out how player gets along with his teammates. For example, how he was being away from home. Lewis said, quote, what you should do is basically hire a bunch of young journalists to go figure out who these people are. Lawrence Frank, the president of basketball operations, Los Angeles Clippers read the interview and took Lewis's advice on Tuesday. Lee Jenkins the prolific feature writer for Sports Illustrated announced he was taking a newly created job with the clippers executive director of research and identity, which sounds like the beginning of orphan black more so than. A real job Jenkins isn't quite a young journalist. His specialty is profiling the biggest names in the game from Hawaii Leonard to LeBron James, I'm reading for the post that story by Benz drowsy. It's that skill, the ability to probe report and understand the biggest personalities around the league as well as I write connections led the clippers to pursue Jenkins. I ask all the time when I'm working on a story, who is he? Who is, who is he Jenkins said in an interview while after the first who is really owner? No, we run around with that question in our head and it's worthwhile question for sports teams to ask about players. It also says later in the story that Sports Illustrated is for sale, but that nothing to do with Jenkins's decision. The great quotes here are from Lawrence Frank who says he's not writing for the website. He's not in human resources. He's not a marketer. This is about a guy who has relentless curiosity, and we're going to use those skills. If I wanted someone for free agency presentation, we would hire an adage. The reality is someone who has been in basketball versus a journalist will attack a problem from different perspectives. If you want different thoughts and one to avoid an echo chamber. And group think you have to have people come from different perspectives. Well, then why not hire a grocery store clerk this that sounds really good. I did this for a living. I can't imagine helping a basketball team or a football team or a hockey team or a baseball team with my insights. 'cause I'm not a trained psychologist. I can just tell you that I sat with this guy for x. amount of time to do a story and this is what I thought. But if you're drafting people, you're not going to have Chris, you did this for living. You're not gonna have that opportunity. You're not gonna be able to sit with these if you want a better basketball team, get better players. I don't get this. Yeah, I don't. I, I'm happy for Lee Jenkins..

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"I purchased at Lowe's to build a priceless, heirloom like a doll house or rocking horse. No, I know my daughter, she's giving heart. She wants the magical orange one to be bestowed with a gift in her name done father of the year. Enjoy the golf balls may be used to fight the evil purple line and happy birthday to emelina smoke Smith and Emily, no, on these, these are the AB is speaking of golf balls. Michael someone came in with with a box of golf balls golf. Now I've never heard of that. The apparently our European golf balls. I think they are just designed engineered in Germany. It's in a way. It's a way to get a premium golf ball to you. The consumer at a better price, much like much like Harry's razors. Maybe they bought the golf ball factor couple of regular guys, streak. Seto welcome back in a low from the home of the west coast. Surf sound nice to have you all back regularly. It feels like something's been missing. To the morning routine this summer. I wanna thank you for playing my friend, eve hells banned the four twenty sevens back at the end of may. I saw them perform recently in the spirit of semi a box of those. I'm sending a box of CDs, which we gave out to a lot of people the band's music. I know Mr Tony enjoys this kind of music. I don't think he does MP threes, but I'm hoping he's all right with compact discs. I have a CD player in my car. Sadly the band hasn't released any of music on cassette tape, vinyl eight track many of the other cast. If any other cats would like a copy, please feel free or add these to the prize closet. And this is, I guess, is this from Calgary? This is from county area. How does have surfing wave on the bow river downtown? If the twenty thirteen flood, a new contour was carved creating a surfer perfect permanent way under the ten th street bridge. Isn't that right? And Chris's correct? Stay gold is in reference to the outsiders. Yeah. So that was big old pony boy. Now we have also a book which I hold up for people to watch on news channel eight. This is called dogs, cats and sports. My friend, Matt Williams. Who is involved with the humane rescue alliance is involved with this book. And this is pictures of people who have adopted rescue dogs mostly athletes from this area. But I am in this book. And max shurer is in this book matches your sort of the lead dog on this whole thing, if you will. So this is very nice. It's very, very nice. I don't know if these books are for sale, but if they are dogs, cats, simply a picture book of like local your. Your friend that, okay. Itself abetting I think so this is part of that makes sense. Best part of that picture spread is one of my golfers who lives in the neighborhood walked by the house with his then puppy and ruined the photo shoot. So all I can think is while there's this lovely contained chessy on the front steps with the two of you, then she..

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

"Basic but schultz wasn't debt schultz is still alive this point as are the three other associates who've also been shot so as far as gangland hit goes this was actually a very sloppy one schultz was rushed to the hospital clinging to life he would soon learn just how few friends he had left in the mom so don't scholtz is in the hospital and he receives a telegram is not a telegram from one of his friends wishing him well this is a telegram from one of the people he pushed aside when he took over the harlem numbers racket the telegram comes from female gangster named stephanie saint clair nicknamed queenie and the telegram says as you shall so so you shall reap in other words what you put out is what you get back you've used violence to take over this racket and this violence is now coming back to you on october twenty fourth nineteen thirty five dutch schultz dies he is thirty four years old schultz is a very unusual gangster so it's not a surprise that his death is rather unusual he also takes hours to die he runs an incredibly high fever and he starts babbling police install a stenographer next to him to take down his words thinking he might reveal some gangster secrets and all he does is babble incoherently about this that and the other and it's sort of exemplifies his life that he's always been this oddball character any ends is life in this oddball monologue that just goes on and on and on about you know you know mother saved me blah blah blah and this sort of bizarre sort of soliloquy that ends his life that he doesn't end it in some blaze of glory with shootout with police or something but he ends it lying on this bed you know babbling incoherently and making absolutely no sense at all which is kind.

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

"Decision rested in the hands of his nemesis lucky luciano and a commission at this point is incredibly worried they would love thomas dewey to die but they don't want to have one of their own kill him for all the reasons i mentioned it would bring a huge amount of negative publicity on the organized crime and bring a lot of unwanted attention from police and authorities lucky delivered the commission's final verdict affirm no jolt is appalled and he feels a gain a sense of the trail scholtz just completely loses is temper you know basically loses his mind and says i don't care what the commission has to say i don't care what lucky luciano has to say i'm going to do this myself so their reaction is more a shock and astonishment than anything else because they're used to sort of sitting around and you know at least having a pretend sort of you know gentility in sort of discussing things and all of a sudden this guy's acting like the st corner thug that he's been all his life you know so this is quite unusual and they're very surprised that anyone would disagree with one of their pronouncements because that essentially means this is dutch shell to signed his death warrant so the initial reaction of the commission is to shock and surprise and then after scholtz parts it quickly becomes you know fear and loathing that they realized that this guys totally loose cannon and they've got to do something about scholtz and if that means actually protecting thomas dewey then they're willing to do it eric doesn't hall when dutch scholtz leaves the room the commission knows they have a problem and they know what the solution is and the solution is to kill dutch schultz having dared to question the authority of the commission schultz had signed his own death warrant.

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

"I did so they're getting very nervous about scholtz already even before he sets his sights on thomas dewey so scholtz is starting to get you know even more bizarre than he's been in years prior dutch was now on his own threatened not only by rival gangland bosses but also prosecutor thomas dewey do we had his finger pointing at schultz and shields found out about it and that turned him into a paranoid that he knew doing was after him he might get him and dutch shell to answer to everything was bloodshed schultz wanted to take out thomas dewey if successful it would be the highest profile mob hit ever but first he'd need the approval of lucky luciano and his recently created commission the commission is sort of a you know imagine it as a board of directors for organized crime in america but it's basically run by lucky luciano and some very close allies sort of to make decisions and make approvals for assassins nations one of the unwritten rules that commission had was that if you were going to assassinate a very high level person be it apoliticial in a judge you know a lawyer prosecutor even a journalist you would have to get their approval this was not because they were very you know pacifists and didn't you know had hesitations about killing dutt scholtz meets with the commission and requests their approval to assassinate thomas dewey but any kind of killing of that nature would bring a huge amount of pressure onto organized crime if for example you murdered a policeman all of that policemen's bodies could be assured to sort of jump on your you know rackets and jump on your organization so there's a lot of hesitancy about murdering a prosecutor even though this prosecutor was dead set on putting them all in jail so when scholz approaches them with this idea they're all very nervous and luciano's reactions basically well let's talk about it and we'll see if it's.

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

"If your friends were scholtz and your obsequious tuam and obey everything he says you're probably fine but if you show the slightest sign of disagreeing with scholtz your life is probably in a lot of danger even if you've been a close friend even if you've been working with him for years there's more to the story after the break hey mafia listeners are you looking for someone to do a special kind of job that requires a special skill set wells ziprecruiter might be the place where you find the right candidates every business even a family business could use a better way to find the right candidates something better than posting your job online and just praying for the right people to see it we'll ziprecruiter knew there was a smarter way so they built a platform that finds the right job candidates for you ziprecruiter learns what you're looking for identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job in fact eighty percents of employers who post jobs on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day the right candidates are out there ziprecruiter is how you find them right now by listening you can try ziprecruiter for free that's right for free just go to ziprecruiter dot com slash mafia that's ziprecruiter dot com slash af i a ziprecruiter dot com slash mafia ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire in july nineteen thirty five the trial of dutch schultz began after dutch his lawyers argue that their client would not receive a fair trial in new york the judge agreed to move the legal proceedings to a small town near the canadian border schultz's put on trial and below new york which is a small town sort of in rural new york state for tax evasion and he does something quite out of character for himself that he shows up in town a week before the trial and puts on what i describe as charm offensive he throws money around and this is really out of character for dutch scholz takes people out for dinner pays their tabs and bars he goes out to baseball games with the mayor he becomes friends with everybody you know dutch scholtz learned enough from luchino to do something very smart when he was on trial eric doesn't hole he went to upstate new york and he bought the town.

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

"Chicago let's go after one of the biggest gangsters in new york city using the same tactics so they uncovered these ledgers they find you know evidence that dot scholtz has had a very high income and they're very confident that they can nail him on the same charges so that is why the tactic is used against him as opposed to trying to charge scholtz with you know murder or something more obvious schultz said been a scrupulous bookkeeper designed to spot any pilfering by his gang but now it lit up dutch is criminal enterprise like broadway in january nineteen thirtythree dutch schultz was indicted for tax evasion he faced a massive forty three years in prison if found guilty his back against the wall schultz used a tactic straight out of arnold rothstein book the mentor he'd come to hate the big bribe schultz for once acts rationally that he does send one of his minions to washington to try to sort of sort things out and implicitly offer a bit of a bribe that he says well you know if i oh ninety three thousand dollars in income tax why don't i just pay one hundred thousand we'll you know wink wink nudge nudge and this is turned down cold and scholtz is genuinely surprised by this because in his experience almost every politician he's encountered can be bribed when the bribe did work schultz went on the run and after nearly two years in hiding the government declared schultz public enemy number one but now that he was the fbi's top priority schultz surprised everyone so then he does another thing that is a bit out of character after he goes into hiding for a while he turns himself in that he says i think i'll have a better shot at trial then if i try to go into hiding and if he goes into hiding he runs the risk of number one looking weak and number two.

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

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"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"dutch schultz" Discussed on Mafia

"As long as only rival gang members were being hurt the war was tolerated but the situation changed quickly when the violence spread author nate henley has researched the life and times of dutch schultz in depth it's war it's very violent even by new york gangster standards that's just you know hell on the streets and both sides are not willing to negotiate through the shooting at each other and that led into the horrific incident in which vincent cole and his gangsters shot up a bunch of children by trying to hit one of scholtz associates on the street four children were hit five year old michael von golly later died in the hospital the newspapers are starting to pay a lot of attention to dutch schultz that all of a sudden you know he's rising from this sort of obscure thug in the bronx he's sort of getting a reputation in the media and he's starting to attract the eye of the police starting to attract the eye of politicians he's not quite on the radar as luckily gino is he's not quite on the radar as alka ponies in chicago but this is really starting to raise his profile and a very dangerous way and you've got people who are coming into power like mayor like wardi up who would be come mayor a couple years after the war and he really wants to clean up the city and he'd really targets people like dot scholtz so he's gaining reputation in a lot of ways it's a very negative reputation because he's getting attention from police from politicians from the press and a good gangster doesn't want that you want to be sort of in the background managing things you don't want to get your name in the paper and you don't want prosecutors and police sort of looking over your shoulder the war finally came to a bloody end shelters men tracked coal down and trapped him in a phone booth where they opened fire but it wasn't.

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