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Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | Last month

Why Is Larry Elder Running for Governor of California?

"Larry elder. Jd why are you doing this. Well it was a combination. I would say twenty percents a woman. You probably don't know name. Jimmy san who came out of nowhere. She's a political activist. Here in california had all sorts of papers documents. Researches kept me contacting me ignoring her she said just have just have dinner with me so i did and she laid out the formula for why she thought i could win a statewide election. If i at this recall election. I thought she was nuts. Then dennis prager came to me. Too twenty percent dennis prager. He asked me to run. And i said hell no twenty percent. A guy named pastor jackets who has the calvary church. In costa mesa. In orange county i twenty percent a man named lionel. Chet wins a longtime filmmaker and friend of mine and they were at eighty percent now and then the rest were barbers laundry. People of the guy that drives me every now and then the one that i just make up for me. I just ask them. You think run people are asking me to do. And i kept waiting waiting for somebody to say. Are you insane. You have a great life. You're making some decent money. Why do you want to subject yourself to this. Want to put your personal life to exposure. Why do you want people to twister by all around and treat you like everything. But a child of god and finally. I got to the point where i said to myself if not you who if not. Now when i'm a native californian i've been talking about these issues about crime about homelessness about the outrageous cost of living about the fact that for the first time in our state's history. Young people are leaving the state places by tennessee and florida and texas. The primary reason is cannot buy a house and then you add to that the arrogant way. This man shut down this date in the most way than any of the other fifty governors or having his own kids enjoying a in school private education while exempting himself from his own distance from the mandate and this famous french restaurant is become a metaphor four-fifths arrogance because naturally was he violating the mass mandates and the social distancing mandates there. He was with the mary professionals. Who drafted up and so people which just live it. That's why two point two californians signed petitions to have this man recalled about a quarter of those who signed the petition are democrats and independents. Who just two years earlier voted for him.

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Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 08

Daily Dose Football

07:21 min | 4 months ago

Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 08

"Now to god. The i know that you are extremely enthusiastic about Terrence marshall going to the panthers. Twenty seven th pick of the second round just a few picks after escorts from lsu tears marshall to the panthers. What are your thoughts on this cal. I'll pick it a fantastic lang spot. you know. I think i was super high on marshall. Probably highest of just about anybody in the industry All all college season. And all you know predrag and my my enthusiasm is not where one bit. I love the landing spot where some people might be turned off on it You know I know that he is not maybe going to be immediately. Be the number. One with robby anderson and with dj more there. But i think he's going to have a clear role from day one because if you look at his body type and how profiles ios not just a big bodied receiver he also is a a burner to i mean he is true burner and You know high jump. High catch radius any any provides the wide receivers did not do as your which was give a teddy bridgewater. Now is going to be darnold. But they didn't have anybody to score in the red zone. You know everything. They they scored was from like you know deeper out or the the running backs the mike davis or you know. But they really didn't have anybody in the red zone that they could produce. So i think marshall steps in right away and could be. I bet he has a real legitimate chance at leading all rookies in in receiving touchdowns ex year. So you know it's somebody that i like. As far as a talent. I think he can easier to age. Well in that offense because He is going back with his former college coach. Now the head coach of the of the panthers. So i think that this guy drafted him whereas he might have fallen a little bit in. Nfl draft because there was a little bit uncertainty right before the draft about some of his medical history. I don't think coach takes them at high if he has any type about about the about his foot injury so i think that this is going to be the guy that's going to be all help you. Now you're gonna have some flashes. He's going to be probably inconsistent. Probably a lot like a like. I kind of value him a lot. Like the where i had claypool asher whereas i kind of knew that there was going to be a lot of competition for targets but i knew that there was gonna be a lot of upset especially if somebody gets hurt And i just think that there's gonna be a lotta touchdown and he's a big guy when people start really understanding how much of a freak athlete is. Don't be surprised if this guy is being compared as maybe even number one wide receiver in this class next year. That's that's how upside. i see you know. I do think chases a better prospect but you know they were on the same team and You know even on the team with jefferson and chase He marshall was extremely valuable piece of their natural shape team. I mean he. I think he had like fourteen touchdowns or something you know. And he had costa twenty yard per catch average on the team. I mean he he really is a tremendous player and then when those two guys left last year you know he played over about a. I don't know about six or seven seven games. you opted out. And he averaged one hundred and fifteen dollars. You're talking about more leading devante smith. It was really. I believe tears marshall who bleeding the country in yards per game you know before he opted out and he also was averaging close to two touchdowns a game you know and this same competition is all those. Stc guy so. I just liked body. I can't i hate to sound like a broken record. But i really do like big receivers. It's not the smaller wide. Receivers can't thrive in that bayer wide receivers don't bust. I just think that when you historically look at all the body types of players that are generally over six foot in there like over two hundred pounds to twenty six. I'd say two to twenty is about the average. You know we get the top hand wide receiver fantasy for fancy standpoint every year. That's probably about the average. So i like my guys. That profile big catch raises. So i just feel like they're more consistent with a when when you get that's capable of being a possession receiver getting first downs and touchdowns. I i like their consistency versus having a field stretcher. We might put up forty points in a game lake. You kyle i am. I am feeling good about carrots. Marshall and about what he's gonna do in his nfl career. The only hold back that. I have with taras marshall and again this could be viewed as a positive based on what i'm going to say in a second is so terrorist marshall hops into offense with dj more lobbying said in christian. Mccaffrey already there. So you're already looking at the possibility of being the fourth target there in carolina which i deal and add that to the fact that sam darnold who i think everyone considers at this point to be in the bottom. Half of the starting quarterbacks is throwing the ball to terrence. Marshall this is this is clearly not ideal so short term. There are some concerns. I do think like you that he's going to be great in the red zone. Short term era. You're gotta be thinking while sam. Donna already has connected to robinson clearly. The carolina organization views. Dj moore's or number receiver cj. Metcalf a christian mccaffrey a year a year ago. He broke the record for the most receptions for running back in a single season ever. She has to view him almost as a receiver. At this point with the matt of receptions which is insane that he's getting one hundred receptions i think it was a year or two ago so that that's not ideal but dynasty football dicey football so not necessarily great redraft person. In my opinion but dynasty football is about the long game and the long game. I see in the long game i see turns marshall absolutely thriving because we don't know a five we anderson's gonna be in carolina long-term. We don't know what the scenario is going to be with. Sam darnold or with christian mccaffrey. Dj more but we know the is one of the best receivers in this class in. He is talented enough will were at some point career. He will get an opportunity probably sooner rather than later if not this year to really showcase what he can do and he has the talent to be a number one receiver. I love his size. I loved as a big bodied receiver. That's a great fan a red zone. There are a lot of good things about terrence marshall and so what i was saying earlier is the fact that not going to be good in the short term is almost a positive here for you as a dynasty are because now we're seeing him fall to the third fourth fifth round pick of the second round which is lower than it should be gone if anything. This guy should be going at the back half of the first half so now because the term concern that comes with marshall. Now you're gonna be able to go up there and gets terrorist marshall and you're not gonna have to reach from either he's probably just gonna fall right in your laps and you're gonna walk is one of the biggest winners in your dynasty graphs. Because here's a guy that has a potential to be a top five receiver in this

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Is Jalen Rose the First Jalen?

ESPN Daily

01:27 min | 5 months ago

Is Jalen Rose the First Jalen?

"Jalen rose. You are a former college basketball and nba star you're now an analyst and nba countdown co host of your own show jalen and jacoby and you have never been timid about making bold statements. It is safe to say but we are here to talk to you today about one of the craziest sounding boasts. I've ever heard anybody make and it is that you specifically are the forefather of the name. Jalen i'm definitely the oldest jalen on definitely the eldest jalen. There was a time in my life while actually got tease for the nate. There's nobody more brutally honest then kids in the elderly imagine being author four fifth grade skinny kid with patches on his pants and bumps on his face people. Tease me about my name so very much. It became a topic of conversation and got me into a lot of altercations. Actually one of the things my mother did is. She told me that the name jalen was a superpower and so again i give my mother the entire credit for creating the name. There's so many people throughout the world that are making up names for their children. She made a one. That actually stuck

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The Latest: Villanova against North Texas, slow and steady

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

The Latest: Villanova against North Texas, slow and steady

"East region number one seed Michigan opened its March madness run with an eighty two sixty six win over sixteenth seeded Texas southern Mike Smith scored eighteen points and hunter Dickinson sixteen and culture one Howard's inaugural NC double a tournament win in other early action number two seed Alabama survived a scare from fifteenth seeded Iona sixty eight fifty five number four seed Florida state handled thirteen seed UNC Greensboro sixty four fifty four fifth seeded Colorado ran past twelfth seeded Georgetown ninety six seventy three and eight seeded LSU bested night seeded St Bonaventure seventy six to sixty one I'm given Coolbaugh

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Author Lauren Morrill Shares The Books That Sparked Her Interests

What Book Hooked You?

04:57 min | 6 months ago

Author Lauren Morrill Shares The Books That Sparked Her Interests

"So learn. What book hooked you Probably i've been a reader. As long as i can remember but a book that really sticks out for me was judy blume's just as long as we're together I was never when i was younger. That excited about historical fantasy And i think that was the first book where i read it and i was like this girl. The main character stephanie. Her parents are divorced. My parents were divorced. She had a younger brother kind of annoyed her. I had a younger brother. Who kind of annoyed me you know. She was always her friend groups and kinda liked boys but wasn't totally sure. What was going on there. And the book is set. And i think sixth grade And i thought well if this girl's boring life is the same as my boring life and her boring life can make a book then. Maybe my boring life or the ideas that i could. We could be a book and it was just sort of the first time that i came a week to the idea of contemporary fiction. Which became you know. The thing that i consumed veraciously then forever and still do instill despite meager attempts here and there really only contemporary So that's the book that looms large in my memory and you know i reread it as an adult many times over the course of my life and it's still great and i don't think you mentioned or maybe you did but what do you remember the age. What was the exact age. I was probably you know. Maybe like four fifth grade. Before that i was reading babysitters club. And that was kinda cool and but that was like oh books can really connect with you. They can be meaningful beyond just being fun and yeah that one always stuck with me and actually i had my copy that i used to read all the time and when i left for college i took all of the books that i had that i wanted to keep forever the ones that were meaningful to me and i put them in a rubbermaid ben in the closet and my mom thought that was the donate been donated all ex. She feels bad about it. And i didn't say anything for a long time because i do what had happened and i didn't want her to feel bad because my mom is also a big reader but every once in a while i think about that and i bought a new copy with new cover. And that's fine. But i one day it used bookstore found like the old version that had the cover i remembered and i bought it because i had to have it so with this book. Then being sort of that maybe lightbulb moment for you when it was like oh i can write about normal things. And that's a you know that's a thing that people write books about. What were your early attempts to be a writer. Like what were you writing. So my mom worked in a real estate office and she would bring home i. It was old typewriters that they didn't need anymore and then she also had word processors And so i would you know right on those and i would write books and they were all they were always about a girl who was new to school for some reason. I was obsessed with the idea about being the new girl in school. And starting your life over fish out of water. 'cause i i went to the same school from second grade until i graduated. So all the same people and unions stuck with whatever identity you fell face first into. I told that story to my agent at one point and he was like ha. You still only fish. All your books are like that. I was like that's true. Yeah i do love one of those and so as you then grew up. I'm assuming that kind of this idea of of of being a writer maybe still was in the back of your mind somewhere so when you became kind of a young person when you were a teenager what were you like. What books were you reading. What other things may be. Were you into describe lauren. As a so. I by the i was still reading a lot. The books i read. Were whatever oprah put on her book club. I was very into like adult sort of quote unquote literary fiction. That i would take stuff from whatever my mom had and yeah i think at that point it was like i graduated high school in two thousand one so i was like the middle range before there was wi- a really And i was really into journalism.

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From Little People to Free Big People: Power in  Class Community

My Two Cents with Towanda Harris

04:25 min | 9 months ago

From Little People to Free Big People: Power in Class Community

"You recently interviewed on cnn regarding virtual teaching down where we are in the world right now. Of course it has its pros and its cons but They interview you about your virtual teaching experience. And you know described and highlighted the importance of you. Feeling that your students are in they. They are in a space in which they feel safe. They feel happy loved. Why also being able to thrive by being themselves. How did you get to that point I was undergrad. College student like everyone in a teacher training program and they had us write this teaching philosophy. I wrote this whole along. Teaching philosophy at all the quotes and i quoted dewey quoted this one that one and then became a teacher and really bank in saved myself. What is your philosophy now as a teacher in the classroom looking at students in. It's almost like your story about when you were rearranging the furniture. You're arranging the furniture for the first time in the kids weren't there. They had these ideas of what it will be like. The kids came. You had to co construct best space and that's how it was for me so when i thought about what what is truly my philosophy as a teacher. What is the environment. That i wished to create. These points where most important to me for the students to feel safe for them to feel happy for them to feel loved to thrive being themselves standing in their identities standing as beings who come to our spaces experts in the things that make them happy in the things that make them upset. In the ways they wish to be raised in ways they loved to learn so just honoring bat Full individual in my classroom. That became philosophy. Whether i'm really seeing the humanity and the individuals that walk through the door i think sometimes when we as adults have students come into our classroom or our space we sometimes Believe that we are the giver of all knowledge. I am here to make you a better person but you know. I challenge that because over the years i realized that it was really my students who taught me. You know that that space of filling safe feeling happy feeling loved. I wanted to create that. Because that's where. I thrived closing the door and saying this is our world. That's right we are community. You know we are here for each other in mike. What a relaxing space is i. Honestly i resonate so much with that especially when People say all your teacher you you mold mold their minds and i'm like i'd try to leave their minds alone. I try my best to leave their minds loan. because you see you can see from preschool. In pre k. A. by the time probably third fourth fifth the domestication of children is kinda sad But if you leave their minds loaning you lead them to to explore. Show you what they they were they. They will show you everything that they have in them. So creating this days was important to me in my physical classroom and then we moved to the virtual space. I felt such a loss. You know i didn't have my things have my rug. I don't have my document camera. I don't have i. You don't have those walls. In which yes. I used to close the door. Make my own world But i but. I still make the kids feel safe and still make the kids happy. They'll have them thrive being themselves. And so that was our starting points. When i felt like i lost everything in remote learning like that was our starting point. We went from there.

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Why Do We Seek Comfort in the Familiar?

No Stupid Questions

04:43 min | 10 months ago

Why Do We Seek Comfort in the Familiar?

"The band's. I love the books and movies of already read and seen the poetry that i love etc i wonder if there is existing research that explains that is common and also whether the need to find comfort in the familiar increases with age and conversely whether the desired try out new things requires both a positive outlook on life and the physical energy to do so. So let's start there. Angie what say you to that query. This is such an interesting and deep question. There's actually a lot of research on the idea of finding comfort finding enjoyment in things that we've done before so one early finding that's relevant here is called the mere exposure effect. This is the idea that merely experiencing something was second third or fourth fifth sixth seventh and eighth time the more you're exposed to it the more you like it without anything really changing so even if it's something that prima facie you may not have thought you'd like or maybe even didn't like that exposure makes you like well. The original psychologist is robert science and he would show people in his studies in nonsense syllables. They didn't really have any meaning. And the first time you see a probably have more of a neutral response but then the eighth time the nighttime it's like you like it and you like it more and more with more exposure which is really remarkable. It is remarkable. It's interesting question to me too because in a way it's obvious why. Why do you think that is well. Because if you're feeling uncomfortable you would seek out the opposite which is comfort and the familiar is more comfortable almost by definition than the novel right. I guess i was connecting familiar and comfort in a way that maybe is an obvious but to me it felt obvious but on the other hand you could also imagine that during tough or unsettling times you'd want to stir things up to read or watch or explore new ideas that may help you get into a new frame and take your mind off what's distressing so i can see both sides but i have to say i totally identify with masha and i do the same. I'm curious if you do angela. Yeah i mean. I like most human beings in times of stress tend to seek the familiar and the comfortable and the lower risk. Love actually probably the greatest film that's ever been made and every time i see it and i can't even tell you how many times because it's been so many i feel comforted. It's like a warm cinematografica hug. Is it a romcom what you've never seen love. Actually i've heard of it. You've never seen love. actually. I don't see a lot of movies. Maybe that's why i'm so uncomfortable. The gist of love actually. It's like several intersecting love stories. You had me intersecting. Okay that says and each of them has aspect which is bittersweet and get a humorous. But the thing about this movie is you know what's going to happen. You know that you love what's going to happen and instead of that making it a diminished experience. It's almost better the team at the time. I don't know if this is just a pandemic coping mechanism. Actually i think there is good research that suggests that's pretty universal so somewhat argue that emotions like fear and also emotions like sadness. Get us to withdraw a little bit to that which we know is going to work and conversely happiness and safety and contentment tend to get us to be a little more venture. Som what's called broaden and build theory. This is work. Barbara frederickson and others. So i think we're all in a kind of state of uncertainty. That makes us want to retract a little bit. Even if you're right even sometimes trying something new might be exactly what we need. Can you tell me a little bit about this. Broaden and build theory which. I've never heard of yes so well. We know why we have fear like if we didn't have fear we'd get eaten by a tiger and we also know why we have the cousin of fear anxiety. Like oh i'm anxious about this test or i'm anxious about this thing is going to happen so i prepare for it more. All the negative emotions had been catalogued understood in terms of their evil lucien airy function for survival. So barbara. Frederickson is a psychologist who wondered. Well why is it across culture that we have certain positive. Emotions like happiness contentment surprise. Like aw and so forth. And that led to broaden and build theory which she's spent the rest of her long and storied career studying which is basically the idea that when we experience these positive emotions they are assigned a signal. That things are going well. And therefore now is the time to broaden and

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Britain Introduces a Scaled-Back Wage Support Plan

The Leader

04:01 min | 1 year ago

Britain Introduces a Scaled-Back Wage Support Plan

"The job support scheme explained. I'm announcing today, the new jobs support scheme. Almost as soon as the fairly scheme was announced, Reshi sooner was being asked what comes next as that job saving program comes to it's inevitable end the chancellor was on his feet in the Commons to reveal it replacement. The government will directly support the wages of people in work giving businesses who faced depressed on the option of keeping employees in a job on two hours rather than making them redundant. It will allow millions of people to effectively go part time working a minimum of one third of their normal hours. But keep around four fifths of their regular wage employers will pay for the our staff do work, and then they'll split the bill for some of the lost time with the government paying a third each it starts on November fast more cost three, hundred, million pounds a month editorial column though Physics Chancellor will have to dig even deeper into the Treasury's pockets soon. Our prediction is today announcements might not be enough and there will be more to come. As jobs go and the economy finds itself in Cold Storage Richie soon will be under pressure to repeat the magic tricks he produced in the spring which carried the economy through to the start of the recovery. The trouble with magic tricks is that they unless impressive the second time the chancellor also has less to play with the furlough scheme was ferociously expensive it cannot be afforded again ministers hope that by the spring testing really will be working infections falling and vaccine beginning to offer some hope but that could be more than six months away. Consumer Business Editor Jonathan Prynne was watching wishy soon accent Aspen Jonathan Time Slow told the Commons ECON save every job and he can't save every company but he does appear to put more money into this than a lot of people were expecting I. Think it's a package of measures that will be generally welcomed and the feedback initial feedback on on getting from the business community is the pretty pleased with what got compared with what they were facing over the coming winter particularly the cliff edge at the end of October when the original color scheme was to. The new scheme which tops up wages of employees who think about to work should help save a good number of job losses. We don't know yet how it's going to pan out, but certainly, companies will feel a little bit more comfortable about surviving the coming wind. So the night did this yesterday the massive all this is quite complicated there a Jonathan, you've got companies paying some money and then the government pays money and then a company will pay some more money. The employee doesn't get quite as much money as they used to get. A lot of people are going to be wondering how much earning now. Yes it is complicated but I think I think companies are getting use complicated schemes now after the the opposite rash of Schemes Feller Scheme was quite complicated the various loan scheme of were quite complex as well. companies got debt. So seeing through the bureaucracy that unwelcomed of Europe see but they do welcome the fact that the government will pay them effectively to to keep on staff and I got to be a good thing because I think mass unemployment is the reigning big specter the haunts everyone at the my with the economy is just about creeping on the talk of the shape has gone but. I. Think if if we were looking at huge amounts of two, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty style unemployment of the winter that that could be something to change the calculation for everyone.

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Interview With Sean Astin

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Sean Astin

"Sean Astin lamented on his character in the strain. Poor Jim Kent everything for my character point of view. So the fact that he releases illegally the coffin with the master and it to go from the cargo hold across the bridge into Manhattan thereby unleashing pandemic that could wipe out all soon as they civilization. I don't think necessarily means he's back on. The Jim. Clearly? Likes to serve he serves after Stolz character You know as an attendant as an aide kind of like semi-skimmed, even Lord of the rings type. But I remember access. Folks nobody but you know that idea that you need milk you need. Diagrams you need whatever you need. I'M GONNA figure it out to get to you in that and so doing my work with the CDC is GonNa help people can help people. So the fact that he has this. Weird Choices Weird Act of of of of badness. this sort of. I'm not sure that it's an evil act. You've got to wonder what what they have on him. You know why he doesn't seem happy about it and the pilot when he when he does, he lets them through he's complaining about having to do it. So he's he's a morally compromised right away. You know he's a morally compromised guy, but the question will become. Like is, is it forgivable can affect Nora forgive him forty stunned, Kim well, the audience forgive him what he's done the why asked to some of his choices will come in the series? Yes. Soon, it's coming out soon third fourth fifth episode it becomes clear Because it's so immediate this this plague is happening instantly and. Jim Kent as part of the team that's on the leading edge of it and so. Not. Unlike, the vampires it's going to, it's going to reveal itself quickly. And then what the pandemic becomes is you know take place over time, but with Jim. Because they work. So closely together, you know you can't get away with too much for too long without I mean is going to go to the dark side is going to become like a like you were suggesting. Inappropriately. He's A. Hey. Totally evil character or he you know I think the reason Guillermo and called and liked me for the part was they know that I'm that I play these characters that are likable characters and that if they put a negative spin on it a a bad choice that. It might retain a level of Tension you know people might send people the fans here. COMECON have been coming up to me, and then like you're such a good bad guy you. But the way they're saying it it's like they don't want. They don't like it. They like it. They don't like it, which is great and Jim can't does have some tough choices right away. Yeah. Well Yeah. Because at a certain point, people get compromised along the way you know Jim is a pretty. Pretty obvious case right up front for the audience who can see you let in on what he does You know it's it doesn't seem wouldn't seem Beijing pilots malevolence there. But like how far would you go? What would the stakes to be in order for you to you know go to the dark side in order for you to try and save yourself at the expense of others. That's really what it becomes at a at a certain point these empires start. Multiplying because, that's what they are they multiply. You know they can die but essentially. Either civilization wins over the vampires the vampire it's not. She's never going to be a balance between them. The questions you know, where are you on the continual? Cool Thank you. Thank you. Could sense the movement. Two years. Look for the strain wherever you get your digital

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Interview with Jim Seimas Sports Editor of the Santa Cruz Sentinel

The Coastal Athlete Program

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Jim Seimas Sports Editor of the Santa Cruz Sentinel

"A very special guest the sports editor for the Santa Cruz Sentinel 23 time Associated Press sports editor award-winner Jim seimas, Jim. Welcome to the show off you drop. Thanks for having me. Appreciate it Jim and I have had the awesome opportunity of meeting each other in a couple of different capacities over the last year or so first. I met you as an intern for the pajaronian wage when I was reveley scholar studying under Brad kava at Cabrillo and then later, you know in my role of sports and Information Specialist at Cabrillo and you obviously still with the Sentinel we wanted to be on the show today because Danny and I are both making money in our careers as writers, you know, we do writing here and there and I guess you could say that we had an innate interests in people who not only right but also write for the Sentinel because we've had on Ryan Masters before a former Sentinel writer who body surfed at wage. Rick's back in I think 2006 that Joe is that the year that he at Mavericks something like that. I'd have to double-check his old writings, but it was early mid two thousand. This may be late home or remembering and Ryan was an amazing interview. He was really fun and we kind of learned our lesson that when it comes to having guests on the show, you really want to look for people who are comfortable using their words took a story and who have a lot of experience kind of funneling down their information, but for somebody like me who grew up reading Hunter Thompson and a lot of writers that came originally from a sports writing background. I've always had this this Romanticism if you will of of what a sports writer is and that was kind of pushed ahead by working for Tony Nunez who was at the time the sports editor at the potter onia now, he is the managing editor and you know working with you and meeting Julie and leading one and I guess it's really cool meeting these people who spend dead. The the bulk of their time living in sport and and kind of articulating and taking sport out and a big part of what I've tried to do during my time to Cabrillo is digitized r-sport make them available for streaming online. Mostly for the purpose of trying to let more people get a chance to a common experience that activity as we enter a world following this covid-19 Choice. It's not following yet. But has we live in this kind of post covid-19 world the time before fans will be allowed back to watch sports happen will probably come after Sportz get back underway, which means that people like us are all of a sudden going to be really pushed back to the Forefront and be creating this bridge to connect people with this activity that they truly love and care for or players or teams or whatever. So kind of from that launching point. Where where did you first get started as a writer and what made you decide that that way? Are you were going to you know, keep the bills paid? Was funny cuz I interviewed so many kids that are college committed and asked what they're going to major in and half of them don't know and I'm fine with that. But I and then there's other kids who do they knew in fifth grade that I wanted to be a sportswriter. Excuse me. I have some allergies here. So I, every now and then around fourth fifth grade page and initially wanted to be like the San Francisco Giants announcer and there's only two of them and I know like connection to baseball whatsoever other than being a fan and I kind of even figured out that age like hey there I you know X ball players are getting these jobs. You're not going to get one and then, you know, just taking radio television type stuff and you know if I had a face or voice for neither, so I just kind of jumped into you know, a fifth grade. We did a little writing project. Would that where we had our books published or bound at least and I can't remember it was unbeknownst to me boss. So maybe in a contest and I wasn't a very good writer, but it won an award and I was very happy about that. I still have that book in my basement. I would like to say it was probably like Game of Thrones before Game of Thrones happened, but far simpler only three pages. So, you know, I did my own artwork for it with you know, drawings and swords and blood. Anyway, that was awful. I was hooked. I obviously don't like didn't read recently like a large audience at all, but I have so much fun writing that I really enjoyed creative writing in junior high school besides that my writing was absolutely atrocious growing up all my papers were covered in red ink from the teachers and that kind of was like the kitchen me ask to like. Hey, let's let's try harder at this. Let's try and figure out how to construct a sentence a little bit better and and your thoughts and I'm specimens. I'm still battling today, but I remember I try not to be sports editor wage. Junior High and the junior high paper is pretty much all song dedications and this and that and very little of substance but I got beat out for that position and took still enjoyed writing and then I did I did a couple of years on my high school paper at Westmont high and Campbell. And again, I did poorly in this like a British literature class. So I actually took off journalism twice you're only allowed to take it once but I knew that's what I was going to go into and you know, so and after that I went to West Valley College in Saratoga and I did far too many semesters on their page Church went to San Jose State did far too many semesters on their paper. I wasn't really like set on graduating. I was having so much fun on each step. Excuse me, boss. So on each stamp learning so much, you know when you were

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"Georgetown Monday's final sophomore deadline guard to nominate mac McClung horses he's for the prepared Triple Crown to test series his draft is being value extended makan indefinitely as announced that he because is declaring of the corona for the virus NBA draft the after Kentucky averaging Derby fifteen has been pushed point seven back from points may second and to two September point four fifth assist for the and Hoyas Maryland this and past New York season racing officials however are continuing he is discussions maintaining to his decide college eligibility when the Preakness and in Belmont case Stakes he decides will be run to St George a ten deadline for late nominations makan missed will be time announced because of a once right the foot Triple injury Crown this dates year are settled and appeared three in only hundred twenty forty seven one horses of Georgetown's were nominated thirty during two the games early phase to he close averaged January thirteen twenty point fifth one points as I'm a freshman Dave Ferrie I'm Dave Ferrie

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Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

"Georgetown Monday's final sophomore deadline guard to nominate mac McClung horses he's for the prepared Triple Crown to test series his draft is being value extended makan indefinitely as announced that he because is declaring of the corona for the virus NBA draft the after Kentucky averaging Derby fifteen has been pushed point seven back from points may second and to two September point four fifth assist for the and Hoyas Maryland this and past New York season racing officials however are continuing he is discussions maintaining to his decide college eligibility when the Preakness and in Belmont case Stakes he decides will be run to St George a ten deadline for late nominations makan missed will be time announced because of a once right the foot Triple injury Crown this dates year are settled and appeared three in only hundred twenty forty seven one horses of Georgetown's were nominated thirty during two the games early phase to he close averaged January thirteen twenty point fifth one points as I'm a freshman Dave Ferrie I'm Dave Ferrie

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Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

"Georgetown Monday's final sophomore deadline guard to nominate mac McClung horses he's for the prepared Triple Crown to test series his draft is being value extended makan indefinitely as announced that he because is declaring of the corona for the virus NBA draft the after Kentucky averaging Derby fifteen has been pushed point seven back from points may second and to two September point four fifth assist for the and Hoyas Maryland this and past New York season racing officials however are continuing he is discussions maintaining to his decide college eligibility when the Preakness and in Belmont case Stakes he decides will be run to St George a ten deadline for late nominations makan missed will be time announced because of a once right the foot Triple injury Crown this dates year are settled and appeared three in only hundred twenty forty seven one horses of Georgetown's were nominated thirty during two the games early phase to he close averaged January thirteen twenty point fifth one points as I'm a freshman Dave Ferrie I'm Dave Ferrie

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Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

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00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

"Georgetown Monday's final sophomore deadline guard to nominate mac McClung horses he's for the prepared Triple Crown to test series his draft is being value extended makan indefinitely as announced that he because is declaring of the corona for the virus NBA draft the after Kentucky averaging Derby fifteen has been pushed point seven back from points may second and to two September point four fifth assist for the and Hoyas Maryland this and past New York season racing officials however are continuing he is discussions maintaining to his decide college eligibility when the Preakness and in Belmont case Stakes he decides will be run to St George a ten deadline for late nominations makan missed will be time announced because of a once right the foot Triple injury Crown this dates year are settled and appeared three in only hundred twenty forty seven one horses of Georgetown's were nominated thirty during two the games early phase to he close averaged January thirteen twenty point fifth one points as I'm a freshman Dave Ferrie I'm Dave Ferrie

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Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

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00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

"Georgetown Monday's final sophomore deadline guard to nominate mac McClung horses he's for the prepared Triple Crown to test series his draft is being value extended makan indefinitely as announced that he because is declaring of the corona for the virus NBA draft the after Kentucky averaging Derby fifteen has been pushed point seven back from points may second and to two September point four fifth assist for the and Hoyas Maryland this and past New York season racing officials however are continuing he is discussions maintaining to his decide college eligibility when the Preakness and in Belmont case Stakes he decides will be run to St George a ten deadline for late nominations makan missed will be time announced because of a once right the foot Triple injury Crown this dates year are settled and appeared three in only hundred twenty forty seven one horses of Georgetown's were nominated thirty during two the games early phase to he close averaged January thirteen twenty point fifth one points as I'm a freshman Dave Ferrie I'm Dave Ferrie

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Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

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00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

"Georgetown Monday's final sophomore deadline guard to nominate mac McClung horses he's for the prepared Triple Crown to test series his draft is being value extended makan indefinitely as announced that he because is declaring of the corona for the virus NBA draft the after Kentucky averaging Derby fifteen has been pushed point seven back from points may second and to two September point four fifth assist for the and Hoyas Maryland this and past New York season racing officials however are continuing he is discussions maintaining to his decide college eligibility when the Preakness and in Belmont case Stakes he decides will be run to St George a ten deadline for late nominations makan missed will be time announced because of a once right the foot Triple injury Crown this dates year are settled and appeared three in only hundred twenty forty seven one horses of Georgetown's were nominated thirty during two the games early phase to he close averaged January thirteen twenty point fifth one points as I'm a freshman Dave Ferrie I'm Dave Ferrie

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Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

"Georgetown Monday's final sophomore deadline guard to nominate mac McClung horses he's for the prepared Triple Crown to test series his draft is being value extended makan indefinitely as announced that he because is declaring of the corona for the virus NBA draft the after Kentucky averaging Derby fifteen has been pushed point seven back from points may second and to two September point four fifth assist for the and Hoyas Maryland this and past New York season racing officials however are continuing he is discussions maintaining to his decide college eligibility when the Preakness and in Belmont case Stakes he decides will be run to St George a ten deadline for late nominations makan missed will be time announced because of a once right the foot Triple injury Crown this dates year are settled and appeared three in only hundred twenty forty seven one horses of Georgetown's were nominated thirty during two the games early phase to he close averaged January thirteen twenty point fifth one points as I'm a freshman Dave Ferrie I'm Dave Ferrie

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Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Deadline extended indefinitely for Triple Crown nominations

"Georgetown Monday's final sophomore deadline guard to nominate mac McClung horses he's for the prepared Triple Crown to test series his draft is being value extended makan indefinitely as announced that he because is declaring of the corona for the virus NBA draft the after Kentucky averaging Derby fifteen has been pushed point seven back from points may second and to two September point four fifth assist for the and Hoyas Maryland this and past New York season racing officials however are continuing he is discussions maintaining to his decide college eligibility when the Preakness and in Belmont case Stakes he decides will be run to St George a ten deadline for late nominations makan missed will be time announced because of a once right the foot Triple injury Crown this dates year are settled and appeared three in only hundred twenty forty seven one horses of Georgetown's were nominated thirty during two the games early phase to he close averaged January thirteen twenty point fifth one points as I'm a freshman Dave Ferrie I'm Dave Ferrie

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"four fifths" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Get a router and worry about the risk and all that stuff absolutely yeah. That's a big thing Yeah I I have a have to use a router bid on some certain operations insight. Okay this is GONNA burn Have to come back to whole the industry behind Jig. Making no offense kyle but is is is based on how to how to control the machine right or machining process. Maybe you're doing with a with a brace and bit but still it it is. It's controlling machine for accuracy purposes. Where y'all if I take a nice hand plane to the corner of of a thing that I need to put a champ on it? Even if I had a strike lines to meet those Matt deals you know the exact championship on a measure. It I can get it within millimeters quickly You by hand unless it's unless you're doing an entire table which I totally understand a trim router at that point what it takes to set up a tool to do. The same process is is you know arguably the worse longer May Be less. Accurate requires more after work. All the all of those things exactly and You know and Tara with hand tools you can kind of hear it when it happens feel it. Yeah Yeah and you react to it much sooner. You know. It's the Roy underhill joke. That you know my saws have flesh sensing technology you know you know if your hand touches a sharp blade you know it immediately and you don't continue with a machine it might be too late Well with that said Let's move onto the next question. So how has the Internet influenced your work? Well clearly I mean it's an amazing network I think mostly just to see all the great things that's going on out there from from a lot of obscure places you wouldn't normally and connections to other makers and annoying about the events that are happening. Yes yeah no. I totally agree with you. I mean like you said you've been over to England to their bodies bowl and You know without the Internet just knowing that those things are going on and happening you know it's kind of less you're in that community which you're not going to be sitting over here in the states. So yeah it's really nice and yeah it is nice to make acquaintances and strike up friendships with the People all over the world especially like you said that you're making communities are rather small one and but it is worldwide Why it ended up to be able to see some of things on Youtube. You can fix anything on Youtube junk out there but there's some real treasures too so I was just talking about that recently. Might my son drives my old car. It's a two thousand six Saturn and I noticed that he didn't have a reverse light when he was blown out of the driveway. So you go through the normal operation of you know I. I know enough own Cape Bulbs. Sure wasn't Bob's fuses. Scher wasn't the fuse. crap Oh there's a mechanical switch in your manual transmission pre two thousand ten that engages your reverse light when you throw it into reverse. That went bad. Twenty five dollars easy to find easy to install but I had no idea that existed except for youtube like it was it was phenomenal. I don't know how long would it take him? Either to try to page through a manual to find that information I and I kinda doubt it. Even in the manual No no yeah exactly right and I do the same thing time. Something goes wrong with my car and truck you. Yeah Yeah and and in my case I got to teach my sixteen year old new driver to truly Kinda do a little fact finding research. Wait I can back up for a second so your son is driving a stick. Yeah is he like the only kid within the five hundred mile radius. Stick coming up but it's the stick that I drove. The my wife can draw and yes he ordered on a stick myself. Yeah he took his test with an automatic but he Got He came home and he is driving My old stick in so it is a fourteen year old. Six shift at this point And a Saturn at that point so it's whatever percentage plastic and So far so good. And he's he's owning it. I mean He. He absolutely dry drives to the school every day. I and and that's the thing. That's the the Millennium Theft. Deterrent in air quotes. Like you put a manual transmission on it because no one will know But no yeah he is. He is one and I there's more than a few at school I think it is a rarity nowadays for sure. yeah yeah it is. That's great. That's great that he's dead so well with that so Steve Working folks find you on the Internet UNICEF. Bulger's.

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"four fifths" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Those guys are all all really great and then I have also have a good friend. Who's got a metalworking? He's got a factory where he builds aluminum tanks there in but he's a serious woodworker too and so between him and we would work together but then we can make tools so those are those are the guys I looked to your here. Yeah I mean the your mentor. I mean that's that's a awesome to have somebody like that. That can be the guy to call when you're when you're looking into it and and to have somebody that's keen on sharpening. I love that that was the focus of of the beginning because having a keenly. Sharpen tool is is truly. Yeah it's it's and I As I tell my wife like please don't press hard with that knife I'd rather be sharper than Dole Because I worked it in all aspects cutting cutting process if it's truly finely sharpened it's a better experience and that makes everything easier or better. You know depending on what you're doing. That's that's awesome. That's that's very cool. I am in my in my schooling. I went through A metallurgy class so I learned about grain structures of steals and hardening and sharpening and things like that and that was just having that knowledge was eye opening Putting into practice as a whole nother thing that's fantastic. You know takes a billiton this? I've told Dirk and I thought about it would be good title for a book of. There's so many people out there. I think better in their basements or the garage and they're really really good. And then this guy I said you gotTa do a book get one and now he's but he would be a good good one He's got so many tricks and so many Jig and he's just pondering all the time he says you know thinking about it so anyway. Let's say there's some great talent out there so antastic so next question? What was your biggest stumbling block? Well certainly donald tools of ablaze and that sort of thing and then.

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"four fifths" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"All the country but a couple of friends are pretty serious in there. But I don't know what to go from those. I've pretty much all I want. But they they have a few sales. You don't really run ended Oregon's unless you. I got a buddy that hits garage sale. All the time in eighty runs onto the. But I don't have time to put into that don't so yeah it's okay. I don't know that it's any better than anywhere else. We'll well it's got to be better Texas but yeah I mean I think I think New England Scott it and then everyone else hopes to match that kind of thing I just recently. I my buddy They used to work with was written up woodcraft and he He he actually from from my area went to school at some W- school in Southern Ohio and found his his first job in a reproduction shop in New England and he's doing like this true reproduction woodworking and now works woodcraft and still does his own woodworking anyway It's it's one of those things where like I I know and I've talked to him like. Oh yeah you know you could go? You could in at a corner store. You could bump into some vintage tool you know it. Just they're everywhere. Because that was the epicenter of what what the first stuff was back. Then it's just a very interesting but I'm just curious about that well So next up. Who's influenced you the most in your woodworking. Well there's a local guy here that About ten or twelve years ago. I I I WANNA do tail so I go over to would grab A. There's a fellow named Dick Christiansen. Who was a retired steelworker? Ironworker and Kiwi really really is good sharpening and really before. We even talked about details. We got the Chisel sharp at really showed me what one is done and I think I consider him to be my mentor. When I really get into trouble I call him up and It really good. Good a good resource for me. So I give him the most credit but the chair makers that are dealt with the Certainly Curtis began and Dave Sawyer Dunweber.

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"four fifths" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

Modern Woodworkers Association

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Modern Woodworkers Association

"Who was a A finish carpenter and a kidney maker. It was in. We'd go over there quite a bit in. My Dad worked really really hard but he could never build anything square miles record. I just remember way until just sorta looking at garage and built just can't shake aliens. A people are going to win back anything but but in any case is uncle I like going over to shop and started picking things up and then Would I got Outta College I decided I was going to night. School started building furniture. We didn't never much of their point in the did that for a lot of years. And then in the last ten years or so Really been getting into end tools chair making and Lately been doing a couple of reproductions. So that's how I got there and I'm still doing it. I guess it's a good way to go with hand tools. I tell you exactly it is. It is so sorry so second question. What is your favorite tool at this moment? Well it so. It's clearly the draw knife drawer. Anxious is an amazing tool it up if you get a nice shirt on and don't just get the one that's from the farm. That's all arrested up but does but if you get a good interpreter he could do very very coursework can hog things off and you can do very very fine work like a doing little devils campers. It's really really nice at a cutting out on in grade and People that know how to use them up really really do some great work so I just love it fantastic. What what types and kinds do you have? Do you Venture New Ones or what Manila. Both a.

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"four fifths" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Steroid user will I mean bonds every minute but. is it they just they they point to that because and again I respect that that's fine. driver I will say the same response by Chevy's all star open house with your local dealer and experience every all star line up all star service and all star deals are a time now for traffic sponsored by the office the office marina village on harbor in our mid October fourth fifth and the sixth over one hundred beautiful yachts for sale food music seminars in marine service vendors admission is one hundred percent for re yacht fest at marina village of harbor for more information three office dot net not too bad here in the mid day from the top not about a traffic desk there is an accident for wine country but it's not much to whine about delays on southbound twenty nine approaching Kelly where at the intersection in one of the turn lanes there is a fender Bender also have an accident for family Andro Northgate eighty north of Davis it's on the shoulder traffic is backing up not quite to marina Boulevard in San Francisco protesters are affecting traffic over in the financial district they're based around California and Montgomery and it is blocking the cable car line on California street that is expected to go till five PM by the way into San Francisco the metering lights are still cycling pretty stubborn back up this morning to the foot of the maze getting to the bay bridge. this is pop and one on KNBR one oh four five and six eighty. sports leader. Modesto Toyota they're good friends.

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"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Okay. Let's move on to the fifth amendment. No person shall will be held to answer for a capital or otherwise infamous crime unless on resentment or indictment of a grand jury except in cases arising in the land or naval forces or in the militia when an actual service is a time of war or public danger nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice. Put in jeopardy of life or limb shelby compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself nor be deprived of life liberty or property without due process of law nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation so there's a lot in there but we're really we're. We're not gonna worry too much about all this stuff about the grand jury especially the land or naval militia. We're willing to pay attention to nor xiaobi compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself nor be deprived of life liberty or property without due process of law. So how has that played out in constitutional law yeah so a lot there as you pointed out right. There's the double jeopardy clause. You know the right have a grand jury. The one thing most people most relevant any way for for criminal long from a procedure procedure is the privilege against self-incrimination nor shall any person be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself the famous movie moment where people always take the the minute the fifth amendment we always hear about people saying i plead the fifth and people jokingly when they're talking to their friends and they don't want to say something and they say that's what they're talking about the fifth amendment but basically what it's what it's all about is that you know in this country. We say that if the government is going to take away a person's liberty the burn of proof is on the government. They have to prove we don't require people are coming to prove their innocence their presumed to be innocent and the government manhattan to prove their guilt beyond a reasonable doubt so for that reason the that individuals should not be compelled to be a witness against himself because it's.

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"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

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"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Yes. I'm glad you asked that question. It reasonable suspicion is such a low standard standard than mary easy for police officers to stop a person forcibly and so this issue so it really has permitted police officers this is to gauge in racial profile which is basically police officers stopping a person not because they have reasonable suspicion to believe they're involved in crime but they're stopping them based on race. They look at you know see a group of young black men or boys standing on a street corner. You know maybe they're just. They're chatting talking. They look at them. They see you black a black boy or black man and they immediately think criminal even if they're doing anything obvious right they may see a group of white kids standing on a street corner and see them that they're hanging out having fun and see a group of black boys doing the same thing thinking oh they're up to no good and so that's where the racial profiling comes in i and it really it has become such a pervasive problem and unfortunately because the supreme court has allowed this low standard it really permits police officers. This is to do this now. Of course it is unconstitutional to discriminate against the person based on race that goes to the equal protection clause right. You can't treat people differently based based on race. You can't discriminate but the supreme court and the series of cases as made it very difficult to prove discrimination. You have to prove that the police officer contended to stop you because you're black not for some other reason and because they can always come up with some other reason they can hide or mask the true reason which which is that it's because you're black and a lot of times. You know a lot of times. It's honestly i think with some officers. Even i think subconscious right is what we call implicit yeah. That's exactly what i was gonna say yeah. And how are you going to prove that if they don't even believe it exactly you really can't there are no legal remedies for that. That's the problem. I mean you even have black police officers who are doing it right. They have this bias as well and i think you know all of suffer from implicit bias right these unconscious views that we have about people based on not just raised skin color body type body size gender sexual orientation we all suffer from those implicit biases but the problem is that when a person in a position of power like a police officer is acting on that implicit bias to take away a person's freedom that's when it has even more serious implications and so <hes> the only ks. I'm aware of where someone has challenges. Successfully challenged racial profiling is the case out of new york city called all the floor case floor versus new york and it's an extraordinary case decided a number of years ago three or four years ago where the center for constitutional rights basically made a case and they actually because they had extraordinary evidence they actually had police officers who were sort of whistle blowers and undercover recorded their supervisors telling them you know who to stop basically telling them to stop black and brown people and so they made this case this class action and they actually one. It's an extraordinary case but that's the only case i'm aware because they had explicit evidence that it was being done based on race and usually you're not gonna have that kind of evidence so it really allows unfortunately this pervasive practice of racial profiling to go on and of course so many of these cases of racial profile had some pretty catastrophic results where police officers start out stopping the person and then it escalates and you know in recent years we've heard so much about young black men and boys on armed black. Men and boys being killed by police officers. Many of those instances started in my view with racial profiling..

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"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Amendment to basically mean that there's a presumption that there should be a warrant but there's so many exceptions to that rule and a lot. The people believe that the exceptions eat up the rules so like for example. There's something called exigent circumstances. If it's an emergency situation the cops come to a house and they hear guns going off in the house then they don't have to run and go get a warrant why because it's it's an it's an emergency because someone could hurt or harmed or if they i think that someone's destroying evidence that they come to a house and they believe someone is in the process of destroying evidence. If they went to get a warrant by the time they got back evidence would beyond so exigent circumstances is one of those exceptions. Another exception is consent so if you can set to a search you know if the police say hey. Can i search your car and you say yes then of course they don't have to go and get a warrant but what you just said is so true a lot of people most people. I think don't believe that they can and say no. They think they have said they don't see a request from a police officer as a request they see it as demand even being asked because police are in a position with artie already and sometimes when they ask nicely and people are afraid and they think that they can't say no. I think that's totally true. I mean i before i went to law school. I didn't feel feel like i could say no. I didn't even feel like it was a question. I felt like it was a demand. So that's the the basics of the amendment. What do you feel like people misunderstand most just about the prohibition against unreasonable search and seizure. I think the main thing they misunderstand that should accept people think there has to be a warrant people think that police officers always have a warrant only a few instances in which they have to have a warrant to either search or to see so this whole notion of searches and and seizures. You're talking about searching property or searching people seizing property or seizing people so when you're talking about seizing person you really talking about. There's a lot of different ways. Police officers can do that so if a police officer just come up to you and says hey you know. Can i talk to you. <hes> you can say no and you can simply walk away. According to the supreme court you don't have to stay there but if they want to force you to stay there forcibly detain can you they. They have to have what's called reasonable suspicion which is really low standard a reasonable suspicion to believe that you're involved in some criminal criminal behavior they have to have that in order to forcibly detain you to ask you questions investigate further and if they want to frisk you they have to have reasonable suspicion to believe that you're armed and dangerous so you've heard of stop and frisk data mckay's called terry versus ohio and so the court said that if a police officer it has reasonable suspicion to believe that crime is afoot they can stop that person temporarily. It's not like an arrest. They can't take in but they can stop temporarily talk to you. Ask you questions to try to determine whether you're involved in some criminal behavior and if they believe reasonable suspicion to believe that dangerous they can do a frisk which is basically <hes> <hes> <hes> a pat down of your outer clothing a flat hand pat down to close. We can't go inside your clothing and by doing that pat down. They feel something that feels like a weapon a knife or a gun or anything uses a weapon they can actually reach inside and remove it and then by that time they may have developed what's called probable cost which is a little bit it higher of a standard that will allow them to arrest you and that's the more permanent kind of seizure where they can actually take you in a rescue for crime so there are a lot of different levels of seizures under the fourth amendment but how i know that this is your particular area of expertise that all sounds well and good but how does that play in in the real world especially with regards to issues of racial justice and racial profiling yes..

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"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"I'm here with angela j davis. She is the editor of policing the black man arrest prosecution and imprisonment. She is also a professor of law at american university's washington college of law and former head of the d._c. Public defender service. She's also my criminal law professor and taught me everything thing. I know thank you so much for being here. Professor davis thank you for having me sarah. We are so excited. We are going to walk through some of the criminal law constitutional amendments. It's in an effort to better inform people above and beyond what they've picked up from law and order which i think is an important public service. We're going to start with the fourth amendment which i'm gonna read. It is the right of the people to be secure in their persons houses papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons are things to be seized now. That's a lot of language but what i always always tell people that you taught me professor. Davis is if the police ask if they can search you or your car. You say no. It doesn't matter you just say no to can you search no. That's what i tell people my number one lesson from law school well yeah i mean i think it depends. I that's definitely that would be my instinct. <hes> but you have to use your judgment depending on who you are where where you are the circumstances but it's important to know that you have the right to say now. I think that's that's the important thing and i don't think people feel like that all the time. Yeah i think that's right. This amendment doesn't say that you have the right to be free of all searches and seizures. It also doesn't say that a warrant is required flyer. It says no warren shall issue but upon probable cause what it says that you have the right to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures and so the supreme court has gone through a whole bunch of cases that define what that means you know what is an unreasonable search and what is an unreasonable seizure and it's also so interpreted the.

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"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"T._v. Strain aka youtube for instagram so if you find yourself thinking man i wonder what sarah beth thinking thinking about this head on over to instagram and you'll probably find an answer you can follow us at paint sue politics on instagram. The constitution institution and its amendments are the foundation of our democracy and the center point of so many controversies in american politics. We decided to take these important amendments one by one and go back to basics basics. If freedom of speech and the right to bear arms are enshrined as fundamental values. We wanna understand them on a deeper historical level. We put together this series on the amendments to to do just that. During america's colonial era britain passed many laws to increase revenue collection americans felt oppressed oppressed and began to find ways around these taxes including smuggling the king of england took action and equipped british agents with a writ of assistance that gave them extremely broad powers to search a person and their property without permission the the founding fathers drew on those experiences and believed every person had a god given right to be protected in their own home right of the people to be secure in their persons persons houses papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated and no warrants shall issue but upon probable cause supported by oath or affirmation and particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons or things to be seized today <music> as the population increases technology advances and solving crimes becomes more complex. The question has been raised. How much is enough to to warrant probable. Cause should americans have to sacrifice their privacy for safety and how far should law enforcement be allowed to go now more than ever it is important to know oh and understand our rights. We as a nation cannot move forward unless we understand our past. This is constitutional primers and there's a question about what the police can do to you when they pull you up. Can they pull you over for no reason. There's now my honor to sign into law the u._s._a. Patriot act of two thousand. It's clear now that we didn't do enough to prevent these tools from being used for aren't as does google no. I was sitting here and then i moved over there. I the only send audio back to amazon when i hear you saying the wake work for more information and to amazon's privacy notice as at the help section of your alexa app <music>..

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"four fifths" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Also. Or more restless people more lowly. That's going too far. That's why I think it's smart daily life. Explore techniques like. Slowly. Silence. Silence on this. You don't need little you just need to. Your foam. Listen to sell for. My guess is that our views in the world have changed on silence. Very much in say the last forty or fifty years, if we think about the technology that was available for our grandparents they may be had TV radio. But didn't have everything else always inundating them. And I imagined silence was more commonplace nowadays if if somebody might say, oh, it's to silence. It's too quiet, or it's like a scary movie type thing when when suddenly things are silence, you're on edge. And I wonder if if you think that our view of silence is a skew that we we don't think the right way about silence. We were scared of it were afraid of it. We wanna fill the air with noise at all times. Nothing has always had a hard time dealing with silence. Today. Of course, it's so much more. You know from four fifth year. I think. Four or five years. The girl has been exploding noise. Own. Silence boys, boredom. Our old sorta stuff more to try to avoid the more ward. I guess that's tomorrow experience from being in nature like walking into the polls. Come. The more. I become on an expedition. The more. I hear. So. I want kids to have the same kind of experiences every day. But every. There was a reporter. I wanna say from time magazine. I apologize. I can't remember now I talked to about three years ago, and she had just gone on some retreat like for three or four or five days that was an absolute silent retreat, no phones. No talking. No anything. And after the first day, she thought this is the goofiest thing I've ever done but by day three or four she was really into it and said like she could see the flowers better in smell things better and was getting so in touch with nature. Do you think that silence can help not just clear our mind, but enhance our senses, and our I guess our connection with the world around us. Yeah. I think very experiences. Choose to explore yourself in. Hype? Obviously. Still I won't. Go to roll to feet in silence. All healthy. Are you talking about cold? But also stupid to fly around the world to silence. Uncovered district life because. They only know. I bet you will experience let's say cutting. Silas early in your phone is breaking up. I know you're headed off skiing. So I want you to have some fun. I'm going to have to let you go. Just because the phone is breaking up a little bit tough on us. But if you ever get to the states, if you're ever in Chicago, I'd love to have you on the show again fascinating. You've got so many great stories in the book. Again, it's called silence in the age of noise early Kagan. I hope we talked to you against her. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thank you. All right. Be safe on the slopes airline keg is in Norway. And the book is silence in the age of noise. And it's it really is fasting. And he has some fascinating stories. He walked for fifty days and nights on the south pole. Raj. I couldn't last I had trouble getting to the car. Started. And I was winey that my jeans were too cold. You know, what poll I wanna find the equator well that that would be a warmer pole. Yes. That's not a poll close enough. It's in the middle. It is it's halfway you're playing Adler play favorites with north and south on hang out at the equator, keep them both happy. Yeah. That would be the way to do it, I suppose, that's that's where I'm going. You think you have enough silence in your life? Roger. Actually. Yes. I think I do really. Yeah. Yeah. I'm very. I'm very calm. In a quiet room. I don't mind silence. My problem isn't this goes back to the hearing again. My problem is even in the silence. I hear a noise from the tonight. I don't know if it's from the tonight's or it's that I have so much noise. Pent up in my brain. Yeah. Not releasing the brain. Exactly. Well, no, no, no. No, no. I it's not the thoughts. It's not the thoughts. I actually it's like when you put the the the shell up to your ear the conscious shell and you're supposedly can hear the ocean. It's kind of that kind of sound that I have even if I'm sitting in a silent room. I hear the silence. It's very strange. It's not like a Russian silence. Hearing noise. I'm just hearing a noise steady like a white noise kinda thing. I don't hear silence. I hear the silence. Because actually if you're hearing silence. Your should be hearing nothing. I would say, yes. But you're hearing something I'm hearing something. And and it's it's not like a wave. It's not like rushing wind or anything. It's just I just hear it. I sense it and. I'm okay with that. I hear silence. I don't I picture silences something you cannot here. Right. It's sort of like white what color's white white is the absence of any color, right? Exactly. Silence. Should be the absence of any new will no black is the absence of color, white is the combination car. It is wrong. Because what do you remember the prison and science class? What was the what was the color of the light going into the prison? Why white and then it broke out into the rainbow? Black is the absence of color of white because if you walk into a dark room, it's all black right? But if there's no library color in my criolla box. And combine it together. I don't get white. You're talking light and a paint differences. There's a difference. Because in in light there are three prime colors. They're not the same prime colors as in like Kranz or paint or something like that. A pull Roger here noncommittal kiss up. Go ahead, you go right ahead. One hundred percent sure that white is not the absence of color combination of color for talking light. Not paint. Just.

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"four fifths" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"But you know, he's the Lakers coach he's got LeBron. Yeah. There also. Parachute fourth fifth in the west like, they're they're fine. You know, LeBron's banged up a little bit. But they're they're fine. Lebron coaches do get fired. Of course, what like if he's unemployed perhaps he looks at the job. If you can't get anything else in the NBA. But I don't think he's going to be unemployed. So whatever Goldman also lists. Kevin Keats who I think would be tremendous. I don't know whether take the job, but I send this. It's just to sum. Yeah. I I'm I'm not seeing that. Yeah. I listen. I think they'll hire one of the guys we've already mentioned before they get here. But I'm not I wouldn't be fundamentally against Kevin Keats. I think he's been tremendous. Everybody's been so far mic Cronin. I think would be good. But I don't love the fit and buzz Williams. I think would be good. But I would worry about the fit those are all people on Goodman's list. And he settled on the guy he thinks he's gonna take it is or who who would ultimately get it. Bobby Hurley, which would be fine with me bobby's tremendous has been tremendous. But you know, it's I think they'll hire somebody off that I list before they get to Bobby Hurley buzz Williams, Mick Cronin. Kevin Keats so on and so forth. I would I would assume right now the next head coach at UCLA is going to be Earl Watson, Fred Hct. Yeah. Think that's fair. Good. God, we are the worst. I mean, we try we I know we get this games parish. We were going to try and wrap this and thirty minutes. We are thirty seven minutes into this podcast right now on New Year's Eve, I'm all for it. But I just can't sometimes, you know, as we transition to the games here. One more thanks listeners for a great twenty eighteen you guys have been awesome. And we do enjoy doing this podcast. But I looked up a couple of minutes ago thinking we were like twenty two twenty three minutes in and we are thirty four minutes. So hopefully, you enjoy the scotch in because we very much do. But I know our wives right now are counting down the minutes. So let's get to the games that are forthcoming here. Right. There are a handful of games over the next few days. And that are interesting we're gonna get to him and just second. But I check check this out. What's up everybody will Brinson here? And I wanna let you the pick six podcast. It's the world they universes. Only daily NFL podcast features me we'll Brinson alongside such guest..

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"four fifths" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Com. Half to go through clean dot com. Obsolete nightmare the way that it is now, it's just not sustainable. It's. And these and we are getting to the point where we're close enough to launching some other really key features that it's really really important to get this clean now because we could be adding more creators sooner rather than later, especially in light of some of the news that has come out around other self-funding platforms and stuff like that. There's a fair bit of controversy at the moment. So we are kind of looking at that going. Well, if only gosh darn it if only there was some alternative from someone else that you know. Only that were thing. Someone who's been working on it for while. And it's like finally kind of coming together. Yeah. If only if only. Darn shame. Is that such a thing? Just if only just. Also, some other some other pretty cool off low plain news. The final episode of secret shopper is live on floatplane. I haven't seen yet. But I'm really excited. So if you guys wanna go check it out, that's floatplane dot com. Just go sign up, and then you can always like cancel after a month. If that was the only video that you wanted to watch or whatever. But yeah, it's it's it's it's awesome. Basically, it's it's a so far the feedback on it is really good. Not everyone agrees with our conclusion though. And I would be really really interested to see what you guys think. Also, I should be careful with the word final because we've had a lottery quests from our flow members already that four fifth episode where we reach out to every one of the companies and either invite a Representative on to come in say their piece or like read out their letters. The full transparency telling them who we are seeking comment now that you have seen all these videos. You've heard feedback and customers because I've seen people tweeting different companies and stuff it's gotten a little real. What do you wanna say? You can voice. I love that. That's awesome. So that may happen because we've we've I've been reached out to personally by the CEO of at least one of the companies with comments. I've also reached out to personally by PR managers for some of these companies. I I will say this Janice got a personal apology from power. They actually get this. They subscribed to float plane. So they could be keeping an eye on this a week earlier before. That's awesome respect, by the way to every single one of them for doing absolutely nothing to damage the editorial process for us. So whether they had the best value as a gaming rig or whether they had a poor poor showing in pre sales or customer support or packaging or whatever else. Every single one of them, not only didn't threaten us or or behave in such a manner because technically there it would be tough because we're Canadian and they're all American. So technically, they could have at least sent a threatening letter about us recording the calls vote telling them or whatever the case may be not only did nobody behave in that manner. Which I didn't think they would. I mean, that's making a bad PR situation a lot worse you go in like, Soo Linus tech tips because. They showed that your customer support. So I don't I don't think they would lose. Anyway, that's a bad bad move. I'm pretty sure all of candidates single-party consent. But not only that but every single one of them that reached out to us said, hey, we have a comment or whatever. But we completely respect the work. You guys are doing and we're not gonna interfere Gladys. No. If you wanna chat when it's over. That's cool. I really I I am in strong support of that final episode. So I think that'd be really cool someone someone on the plane chats at wow quality so much better on flipping. Yes. I think that's not going to be necessarily true for everyone. But we're trying. Honestly, there was there was another. There's been a few different comments talking about. I'm supposed to look at somebody's name. He starts with dark, and I lost it. But I had already read it. So it's okay. He was asking for dark force there. It is full start for says to to'real for moving LTD for membership to plane would be awesome. It's pretty easy. If you wanted to to'real, I don't remember the exact menu titles, but some it's just go to your like, go to the store on lies dot com. Go to your settings or subscriptions over click the cancel button got a full plane dot com..

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"four fifths" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"So they they've got some real possibility there, and I don't I'm not saying that they're going to be another Pac twelve champion or that. They're gonna be another top seed. But I think that's a turnament team. And also. Most everyone I've seen has dismissed them as that sort of of squad because they lost the, you know, the truckload of players to the NBA. Yeah. I'm I'm gonna be doubted there. I do like Ryan Luther I thought he was a good player at Pitt a guy who talked about put his time in and then you know, he transfers out. He's a face up five, and they they they've done a nice job of not being they're not gonna be a doormat in that league. But boy that's a replacing an entire team which essentially what they're doing and in overcoming this investigation. That would be a monumental which even guy who I think's really really good coach in Shawn Miller. I was you know, I was thinking more of a Clemson team that has I think four fifth year transfers four four fifth year players on their squad and one that was kind of a surprise of the ACC. There's a team that I think could could do some damage. I think Kansas state is a team that, you know, do I do I think they're and they're ranked they're both teams are ranked. But I think a Kansas state is a team with the dean weighed in a berry Brown and having two point guards. Now that have seen some success. I think that's a team that wouldn't surprise me off. They're playing in the second weekend in the NCAA term. And I think that's kind of what we're coming around to in college basketball, which is programs that can keep their players in added in a transfer here. There are the ones that you're gonna have the longest sustained success, but it's hard to get old and stale Mike, I can't tell you how much I appreciate you. Joining us. I always look forward to renew work. Whether it's on Twitter at links to the sporting news or just going to the sports news. Of course, look forward to seeing you with my friend, Dave revson, and all those big big ten network is very very soon. Thanks much. Joining us. Thank you. Doug. I always enjoyed listening to you. And and seeing you on games or you're one of my favorite analysts. So looking forward to the start of the season or minor. Listen to the dugout show on FOX portrayed daily from three to six eastern time, twelve three Pacific and download the podcast you missed it. Thanks for listening. We back more with next week. This. This is all..

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"four fifths" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"A chance to play for your high school team. That is fine. We finally, we did. We had no women four-fifths Justice here leading. And then in my senior year, we I, we did have a basketball team, but by that point I was still actively involved in other things that I couldn't play. I was, you know, I I was in the marching band and I was doing, you know, president of this club and and air, and I was also started to work to buy, you know, I I had to pay for my way through the first part of college, and so I started working. And so what are they able to play? And then I went to an engineering school, which I no women's sports again. So the first time I played any organized basketball, I mean, played a lot on the street was actually in intramural that I when I was over at school. Yeah, so, but I've always been a fan and and a couple years ago, I got some stuff with a Stanford team just because as part of my perfect. National duties as a senior military officer in the Los Angeles area. I had the the terrible pass time to state in old cornerman of roses. That and Sanford was three years in a row. Two years in Runa was the Pac twelve wrath. So I, I met for an art mirror and his wife. And I had along with the regional word amplify what else there? So the game and then then they want. And then Bernard said, you need to go to Nashville with us. So I went to Nashville, and that's one I've really got hooked on and and fortunately, the two of them, I mean, I was in Dayton, Ohio and Indianapolis says, you remember was a the seventy five was the final four two years ago and then Columbus. So so this last year was like women's basketball have in the regional. The first round was the highest state. The second, the regionals, worrying Kentucky, and which was an hour and a half south of Dayton and then the then I went to Columbus for the for the final four. So. But yeah, so so I really, you know, please women staff fall appear demise is the the kind of teamwork in in collaboration that forces supposed to be all about so athleticism. But when women play the game, maybe it's because they can't in the do some of the huge athletic things that the mention you watch them work as a team that you watch them against each other and they and they, they learn to trust each other and they earn too AVI. That's for me, I think was basketball is just a tremendous opportunity for for for young adults to learn what needs to be part of the. Well, I couldn't agree with you more on that. You know the, the beauty of women's basketball is the fact that they are not able to physically do some of the things that that men's basketball players can do, and they realized that without their teammates, they can't be successful and a lot of times guys, you know, don't understand that the ones that are champions do they, they know that they need to play as a team, but my team only has twelve players. And I've got four coaches, so that's sixteen and other. Other people that work here. That's seventeen eighteen our travel parties twenty-six. Generally speaking when we go on the road. So how do you manage eighty thousand plus people that you're. That you're responsible for, how how does that? What I think I think our fans would love to know like what's the leadership structure? You know, I've got three assistant coaches. How do you manage eighty thousand people all over the world. Well, I will tell you it boils down to as with many things a couple of really simple things. One. You have to realize that. Well, I one be Steph at my..

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"four fifths" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"four fifths" Discussed on Classic Races

"And the 'obon it also goes into the body at once tim richmond this might be the fastest car the racetrack because he sweep saturday fourth fifth place jeff boat i except another position on the race track but he's still three laps down dick brooks is standing by in the harry again talking to travis carter which he shot in a little bit but he would do interest above and everybody else suspect dropped the vow they certainly cologne something obvious short time you're bent it's a shame for harry gad who was seeking become the fifth man in history to win backtoback seven five hundred c continues around the racetrack and will salvage what kind of fit she can burn are down and tournament one still a bit of smoke from the right side of his car every time he goes into the corner eli to do it off the corner as well that seems to die off off the corner but it's as the cars leaning over in the banking network sangmi smokable older so possibly the angle of the car through the turned is a contributing factor kale jabre now moves around harry gant the put him a lap down officially not earnhardt and elliot according to the watch our catching hail jabul at three hundred ten laps foreign carson on the lead lapeer doornik the raceway kale yarborough the race leader try to win his six southern 500 dale earnhardt roddick a second bill elliott his third a struggle earnhardt he's out of shape off to get it back at what a piece of driving byrne a crowd en masse cheering him that car should by all rights have totally come around that he's continuing on around the racetrack and he's going after bill elliott dies right underneath him elliott had passed him in the middle of the backstretch an earth heart comes zipping rightback and takes the spot away as they work back in the front straightaway aspect of it sounds like feathers in growth is because of the row.

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