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"frady" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Oh i think you tough on everybody but he was a lot tougher on some of the guys you know. I think john. I think he saw things in certain individuals that but that was his way. I guess he thought that this was my way of getting the most out of a guy wears like a guy like atalaya frady or rusk courtnall. That wasn't the way to get the best out of those guys. You had to take a different approach. But he didn't understand that and Yeah he got on al pretty good that camp. He was a little overweight coming in. He made him ride the bike between sessions. That everything else but still a sky in the ice you know they can go to bro and say like. Leave the kid alone. He's phillips guy out here so but golfers was like that you know. I think that was what happened with between him. And russ cordell and the the infamous bad trade for court from montreal ended up happening a lot because i thought that that was how they get the best out of everybody and he didn't realize that it wasn't you know it's interesting because earlier on. We talked about builder. Lego and that Undervalued skill that he had. I look at someone like ally afraid to. Your point. could skate like the wind. Fastest skater out. there had good size As we saw in various skills competitions a super hard shots like when you look at all the things that go into a hockey player. I look at afraid and i say how was this guy. Rick not better than what we saw is would see the glimpses of it. You're just waiting for an import all of it together consistently the guy had superstar potential. There's no question and now would be the first to admit it. I've talked on many times. He was too young. He wasn't ready for the national hockey league. I think i'm i'm obviously. I mentioned in the book that during that time there was a lot of guys brought in when they shouldn't have been and that was one of the things that you know. Because harold ballard was cheapie would hire general manager that nudity was doing made the right move long. Behold you got gary nyland jimmy bedding Ally frady You can even throw russ cardinal in their these guys that were brought in a lottery your they should have been the should have probably gone back to junior for a couple of years and grew got a little stronger matured a little bit at be the first guy to tell you that he should've went back to belleville and played two more years junior as he said he would have been a better defenceman sooner than he finally became but john getting on them as hard as he did probably help ease. I was surprised to read that. You didn't have a lot of back and forth with with ballard. You know there's the one story you tell where you get caught from the cat a cup team. And he's furious. What was your craziest. Ballard moment again. This is a long time ago. People don't understand how crazy owners used to be. They're not like this that much anymore. There's very few jerry jones. They stand out. But like ballard in this day and age would be unbelievable. What was your craziest. Ballard moment boy. While it was a lot of them. I mean.
"frady" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Bright Avenue south police say Franklin was a burglary suspect and killed by pursuing officers in a basement after he grabbed a gun and shot and injured two of them that's a contention is attorneys vehemently denied the family's attorney not disclosing terms of the agreement which still requires approval by city council the long running debate at the capitol over insulin affordability shifting to the Minnesota Senate back help the committee there gave the first hearing yesterday to a GOP proposal approving it on a voice vote and sending the bill to its next of several committee stops the house democratic bills also moving through committees they're calling child marriage a human rights abuse to DFL lawmakers are introducing a bill to end marriage under the age of eighteen with no exceptions Frady Reese is with the national organization Unchained at last and says it's too often a case of parental coercion or legally bonding young girls to their abusers two thousand fourteen the most recent year for which we have aggregated data as of that year of one thousand one hundred forty two children living in Minnesota age fifteen to seventeen had already been married the bill is a expected to be heard in the Senate this session I was not the case in the previous session after the bill passed unanimously out of the house as black history month continues the Minneapolis institute of art a shining light on black artists through its mapping black identities exhibit he sure Williams is co creator for the exhibit she says at first they question whether or not they could pull enough pieces together I should be able to see my identity represented in more than two galleries would even question if there's enough to see that was really a difficult conversation but I think in the end yes we did the exhibit features two galleries of contemporary art by black artists which is gone overlooked by museums in the past they sank WCCO news time is five oh eight from the release traffic centre ways traffic often I start this morning the roads are in great shape so no problems there no accidents or stalls coming south for ninety four you're looking good bass lake road to three ninety four on the east metro stop on thirty five be flowing nicely as you come down from six ninety.
A final fundraiser for man who boosted ice bucket challenge
"One final channel and Bluster Massachusetts. Some five hundred people. People running into frigid waters. Turn Them Pete. FRADY's the man behind the ice bucket challenge for his family's annual plunge for Pete fundraiser. Frady's he's passed away earlier this month. After nearly eight year battle with the disease he would have turned thirty. Five today we've been recapture Pete's essences vitality his wife. Julie taking part in the challenge for the very first time wearing the same red white Blue Bikini. She wore when she met Pete on the Fourth of July eight years ago. This is Keith energy just going all out and being fun and adventurous so I hope they all experienced some today. This US points for Pete raise more than three hundred hundred thousand dollars money. The family says go towards paying off his remaining medical bills. The two
Pete Frates, who inspired the ice bucket challenge, dies at 34
"Borough man who inspired the ice bucket challenge has died his family says Pete Brady's died peacefully in Massachusetts the former college baseball player was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease in twenty twelve the ice bucket challenge got started in twenty fourteen Brady says family got involved the challenger exploded on social media I am doing this in honor of key phrase videos were posted online celebrities took the ice bucket challenge including Donald Trump before he became president it raised about two hundred twenty million dollars worldwide beat a LS in a twenty twelve interview P. Frady said the man upstairs has a plan for me there are people out there that don't have my support system or my advantages and I want
"frady" Discussed on AP News
"His family says Pete Freddie's died peacefully in Massachusetts the former college baseball player was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease in 2012 the ice bucket challenge got started in 2014 Brady says family got involved the challenger exploded on social media I am doing this in honor of key phrase videos were posted online celebrities took the ice bucket challenge including Donald Trump before he became president it raised about $220000000 worldwide feed a LS in a 2012 interview Pete Frady said the man upstairs has a plan for me there are people out there that don't have my support system or my advantages and I want to help them I'm a Donahue
Ice bucket challenge inspiration Pete Frates dies at 34
"His family says Pete Freddie's died peacefully in Massachusetts the former college baseball player was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease in twenty twelve the ice bucket challenge got started in twenty fourteen Brady says family got involved the challenger exploded on social media I am doing this in honor of key phrase videos were posted online celebrities took the ice bucket challenge including Donald Trump before he became president it raised about two hundred twenty million dollars worldwide feed a LS in a twenty twelve interview Pete Frady said the man upstairs has a plan for me there are people out there that don't have my support system or my advantages and I want to help them I'm a Donahue
Are Freddie Kitchens and Baker Mayfield Holding Back the Cleveland Browns?
"GonNa go right to the fourth quarter quarter with the browns so they're down for points and Baker Mayfield and the browns run a draw play on fourth and nine and not surprisingly they came up short short then late in the fourth Cleveland at another opportunity with the first and goal from the four yard line the browns called four straight past plays with the last one resulting in an interception from Baker. That is the game for the rams after the game coach Freddie Kitchen said he regretted the play calling late in the game but Baker said it was more than that take a listen. If you're looking blame somebody blame me. Don't blame me of our players. Don't blame any of our other coaches. Just blame me because I can take it all right. So you know just blindly go go rach article and say I must have game up. Go article and say smile faulted. Things not looking like it did last year because it is. I know what you guys are. GonNa try and do is talk about the playcalling they call him but I said executions the most important thing you know whatever whenever we have called we gotta do our job all right Shannon how much blame that does Freddie Kitchens deserve here. There's a lot of the blame because give the office coordinated the coach and he's the play caller. I Guess Bakersfield Dangerous yesterday. Did you wake feeling dangerous. Gear Alexa dangerous lately. He needs to feel the need to wake up feeling danger. Tennessee woke up feeling real dangerous and that they did. Did you know what skipped look. Freddie is learning that that's to wear two hats in the NFL gets a really hard job. That's why a lot of a lot of guys. Just give that up they either just keep the headset on so they can hear everything or they call you like Andy. Reid is very unique cow Shanahan and guys like that a very unique skipped dream to be able to call the plays and be a head cold but Freddie the the thing that's hurting frady is expectations afraid of the head coach last year if they didn't have these expectations but because of the way they played the close out the season yeah and now they add dale they will add alleviate Vernon they they get they get agreement. We've the draft you like who the brow and you see the subtractions in Pittsburgh. Maybe is no longer there. ABC's no longer there yeah yeah and then what week two bengals out so now that really ratcheted up taste so now everybody expecting the browns to be really really good look doc. That's why I say each year in of itself because last year has no bearing on this year and I think the browns players and and fans are starting to realize that Freddie is starting to realize the expectation that comes along with expectations. I'm the head coach because he didn't have a whole lot of experience calling rolling blades. He's never been a head coach so now he's the head coach which means he's the CEO of the operation but by the same token. He's got a call all the plays now. I don't know what the hell call now. If I didn't no but elsewhere Freddie Buffalo Wild Wings Buffalo Wild Wings coat the fourth and now you can't what the hell is that draw draw play on Yahoo. They were GONNA try to fool Agassi's pass. It got eight yards do remedy it was he ended up seven yards short. I was wondering if I was missing something watching. I'm like wait. Am I getting the goal. You got shows. You got nick. You don't give you one. Kerry now was a live. Let's put back and let's run. It is so you go so you got nick who you save or. I'M GONNA keep everybody happy. I'M GONNA get down. Here's Kevin Jarvis if Catcher Chila. It'll be thirty okay. You give make sure one crack please. okay okay scared. We're told you you keep trying to keep everybody happy to win. Games in everybody's going to be saying 'cause everybody because everybody's GonNa be safe because they nobody's gonna be getting their catches and you'll be losing games and you're going to be in a lose lose situation wages and you're going to be a part of their now that Jimmy and de Havilland. They look like hold on Okay John Dorsey now. We gave you everything everything that you want it. You got a quarterback overall. You got all these weapons. Jarvis Landry got a you got Joel hurt him but here's the things when you you made that trade y'all trash because you got the ninety nine deflategate boy human too. We're talking about the guy who had zero Saxon three the playoff games and it has zero sacks against the cowboys and the Guy who took the Cleveland browns cannot protect Baker Mayfield. They haven't for free games and the Rams took full advantage of that last night. What did I say Friday. Baker Mayfield is about to be in the wrong place at the wrong time against Wade Phillips defense offense that Cap Tom Brady and check for almost the entire super bowl. Am I right about you. Skip in another thing before I let you go. They traded their bust of Islam lobby. Get Out I'll be at the end of the day. You can have all the shiny pieces. You won't skill all these cashier that look nice. You better have a guard or to guard the money now. The money right now is six Baker Mayfield. You got a bunch of predate cashiers. You Got Jarvis and he got dale. You've got all that stuff. I did pillows but nobody protecting the money in his sketches for fifty six yards really the impact the game. Do you remember any of Nope. NOPE nope nope no so given that that was Wade Phillips Defense and right now. I think that defense is even a little better than then. Bill checks defense. That's how good it is because it has more star power to it because to leave did a number on Odell last night. I don't care what you say. You know. They'll get loose down on the field one time he had a nineteen yard catch. It didn't do much okay now back to Freddie Kitchens. I'm not sure he's going to last a whole year. I'm just not sure because bag years kept finding coach in the middle of the how I think it's it's just getting a little darker and darker in Cleveland because remember they have to go go to Baltimore next Sunday Baltimore better than everybody thought in there I think five point underdog there are five and a half actually five and a half point underdog so that the game you better believe believe it or the forty niners three and Oh yes they beffa movie bouquet. The next game is a Monday night game in Santa Clara against against the forty nine. It's Elizabeth game and then the seahawks visit. Seok student looked great yesterday but they did go to Pittsburgh while Rothlisberger played the first half right. They're capable of beating the browns right now because the browns aren't very good right now what if they lose those games and fall to one in six what's Jimmy Haslem going to do with the expectations -tations through the roof of them. He already got one coach. That's still on the pay. Roll can still play a huge. I I know you have another guy on the payroll. Just bring somebody else hears Freddie's problem after the game. He's adopted this new. Oh poor pitiful pitiful me philosophy where he just says you. I'll take it all you know. Get the lay it on me. Don't blame the players blame. Oh Freddie doesn't really look like a football coach. Does he looks more like an offensive line coach so he he doesn't look like the head coach doesn't look like he's in charge and after the Games he's kind of admitting yes screwed that one up and I screwed that go ahead just say well. If you invite the media to run through that door trust me they're going to run through it and trample on you because he is now the easiest target in the national football league. You WANNA blame Baker. Can you not really do you want to blame Odell. No not really how Jarvis no hell out him yes. Yes you know who I want to be right now. I build Danny Jones. That'd be real petty. Okay believe anything you say I'm just saying I can't believe that guy number one he could do that. I don't think he's built. He's built wake ain't skill but you know what I think. Cleveland's defense is really good remember that they had four subs playing in the defensive backfield last night. All four starters were out in hung in and did that I mean I guess why they did it to me. Jared Goff's overrated scale. He's overweight did everything he could. CLEVELAND WON'T DARWIN THIS GAME. How many times do you go on the road and turn it over three times and win the football game you tell me it was three to one and turnovers with l. A. Three to Braley won the Dow many times. Do you get away with them. That's the recipe you want. The best recipe the loser role game yeah. Turn it over thank you. They did that and they still won. One hundred ten million guaranteed right Jared Goff my money yup lots of money so back to quarterback. I love Baker Mayfield old. I'm sorry I got to tell the truth is having a hard time. He's starting to lose a little bit of nerve because he Bolton Fast Komo News. I gotta get out of here. I gotTA get out here. He needed to stand in especially on the goal line and just make one of those rows without looking over his shoulder. It's the Ford downplay. He bolts pockets so fast. I know the play hard off the right. I think yeah I think that's probably a dollar and that was that was ended up being a clay that end up being getting away with the thing is is that sometimes these quarterbacks they look in the bubble instead of stepping up. They look into get outside up that skill once you get outside. Guess what you're doing you telling the defense. Basically I got from the Hash to the side attitude rolling to the every once in a while. We'll talk about Lamar Jackson. You'll get away with a bail out with Obama did you. Did you know you don't make that. You'll go broke doing that. I would agree but Baker. Hey sometimes you gotta you gotTa Take
"frady" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Little matchup that I left that was Patricia Patrizio Pit Bull Frady. He'll be fighting one arch Aleta now that one's pretty official and that unique that'll be part of the featherweight grand three so the champion is in that pit bull. He's a champion remember and he'll be defending along the way now another thing though what's going to happen with pit bull at one fifty five is just going to relinquish that or is he going to say. Hey you all wait till I do this Grand Prix thing that's the problem. I thought maybe it was Eric said it but I thought he said he was going to figure out no about a thing. Oh I thought he said he was going to try and figure out how he could do one in between a tournament Zeus Hey good for him if he can pull it off but that's a lot to mess with your body. I mean he is one of the more undersized fifty five years. I guess but good luck to mom. You know what I mean. That's that's still one hell of an accomplishment to that's one of those deeper division so to be at the top of that hill and then also be one of their greatest lightweights ever in Michael Chandler respect okay <hes> one last thing here and then we're going to art daily rate tyron Woodley on the red carpet for the S._p.'s and they asked him. I think it was Mark Roe Monday from E._S._P._N.. anime they asked them. Hey Man would you think of that fight you know with Moslem all and aspirin and so he was obviously disappointed. Ben Aspirin unscreened teammate of his back when they wrestled friend Missouri yeah their their teammates do groups's Jim you know Rufus sport but they're also teammates from the wrestling the college wrestling days at the University of Missouri in fact. They're usually Rian each other's corner Kinda. However what surprised migos was that Woodley wasn't vegas but he wasn't at the fight? He didn't even watch the fight how I am dying asked him well. What the hell were you? Doing that was way more important. You know what I mean. I don't remember him being part of the hosting duties or anything like that Valentina. I can't remember who else I saw whatever it was. It must have been really important because <hes> I mean those guys are boys right and so he I found out he's already checked in with Ben Benz doing all right. Here's another thing goes I don't. I'm not trying to just tell a lie for any old reason but I think if someone asked me that I just go I was in Vegas. I saw it. It was disappointing. I don't think I could admit to everyone thought on my phone or something than do something that no one's going to really be able to check up on because even if someone were to go wait a minute you were with me and say no don't you remember I went to the restaurant. You could actually pull it off and say dude. It took five seconds. I walked away. You know whatever and that's all it took but I wasn't going to miss my boys fight he. This is the one time where you could actually say you know you pulled it off i. I couldn't believe it's Kinda. Just admitted that to the world because these guys are tight tight excited they get these are guys that are so tight. They won't fight each other when both guys were in the running when tyrant was the champion. Ben Was undefeated in the U._C.. There was no talk of them. Ever fighting one would just go up another way class. They were not going to do it that that shocked me but whatever that is we know what the tyrant to find out what was so important. You know what I mean. Maybe there was something that we don't know about an emergency who knows anyway all right now. I think it's a good time to hit the debate. The brothers Garcia seeming recanted greed gone eighty. Everybody knows it's duck season product season duck season season whether it's food that's feeling great..
Turkey-backed Syrian fighters prepare to replace US forces
"Johnston. Turkeys says it wants to mountain military operation in northeastern Syria as soon as possible NPR's. Peter Kenyon says opera is hoping to closely coordinate with Washington as it withdrawals. US troops from Syria. Turkish media quote, foreign minister, Mevlut Jefferson Lewis, saying is planning for an operation east of the frady's. River officials have said the targets would be Syrian Kurdish fighters as well. As the remnants of Islamic state forces jealous solo also says uncle wants to finalize a roadmap for the Syrian town of men beach by the time, the US pull
"frady" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper
"But let me just I just understand this. You're saying the President Trump if he wants that money for the border wall for border security, he can get it. But he needs to make a deal, but he doesn't want to make a deal. He just wants a campaign issue at my hearing you correctly. It has to be that. Because this is this is like falling off a table. The Democrats easily would support more board of funding border security. They've said that twenty five of them came to the floor and voted for something that provided twenty five billion dollars worth of border security in exchange for daily with the dreamers and Republicans want to deal with the dreamer. So this is something that is unnecessary. It's a spectacle, and candidly, it's juvenile the whole thing is juvenile. I want to see real border security, and that's why I'm disappointed at where we've ended up at the end of this congress, I want to turn to foreign policy. The president tweeted about his Defense Secretary James Mattis yesterday, Madison veasley resigned following the president's announcement, these pulling all US troops from Syria in his resignation letter man has made it very clear. He disagrees with the president when it comes to Mattis having respect for allies and alliances that he thinks that China and Russia are bad actors. Was your reaction to it? All. Look, i'm. I'm saddened. We've been working with allies or some sixty coalition groups that are working with us the which is made up of Kurds and Arab 's have been doing the fighting for us. We've been helping them do what they're doing. But they're the ones that are doing the fighting. We're in the final stages. Isis is now concentrated in the your frady's river valley. We're just a few months away from finishing something that we started where we would have knowledge large number of ISIS members, and we stopped. I'm just saddened for our country. I'm saddened for the broken relationships with with countries that have been with us. I'm saddened for the many Kurds and others that likely we'll we'll be we'll be killed and slaughtered by the Syrians or the Turks. I'm saddened for our country and being so unreliable. There are a number of as, you know, foreign fighters that are there as prisoners. What do we do with them? Do they go back to two countries that we release them? I'm I'm devastated by this. And I think that what madness did was very important for our country because for, you know, some of these massive nations that we see coming out of sixteen hundred Pennsylvania, people realize they don't really matter. This one matters this matter star country, it matters to our our our foreign interest. This matter star citizens Senator the president also tweet a guest today about Brett mcgurk. He's the top US diplomat in the fight against ISIS who announced he's going to leave his post early. The president tweeted quote Brett mcgurk who I do not know was appointed by President Obama in two thousand fifteen was supposed to leave in February. But he just resigned prior to leaving grant Stander the fake news is making such a big deal about this nothing event. Now, I in point of fact, obviously, bright mcgurk was working for George W Bush. He was working for Obama. But but to the point that the president brings up in this he doesn't know the special presidential envoy for the global coalition to defeat ISIS. Yes. So I I would not be surprised that they have not had a meeting. He is a real talent of met with him many times we've all dealt with him through the years, and he was leaving in February. But as Mattis just did one of the greatest patriots I've ever met in our in my public service General Mattis, but as Mattis did he followed suit and left, and yeah, he did the right thing. So I I don't look at that as grandstanding. He's been an important person to us. Obviously the secretary of defense is is in a higher roll and a much higher profile position and much more important, but has played an important role for our country. I thank him for his service. I thank him for dealing with the most difficult issue. And I wish him well see moves on..
"frady" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"News now with littered Pat Howard, things looking not very good on the market. Stocks are way down this morning after concerns about global economic slowdown. That's because of data showing China's weaker-than-expected industrial output and lingering trade worries at it's weighing on the markets right now, the Dow is down four hundred thirty eight points. The NASDAQ is down ninety four and the SP's down forty next week investors. Get to see if the fed will do as expected and raise interest rates it does look likely, but the fed may have backed off its program for rate increases next year initial signs were for two to four increases next year. The hint now is one to two TIs the season to drive the economy by spending. Of course, we're doing our part with new numbers on retail sales there a point two percent in November. Following a point eight percent bump in October. Also consumer sentiment beat expectations last week. Number comes in at ninety seven point five that is considered a pretty good reading here is a nice holiday gift from the education department. The department says that it will cancel one hundred fifty million dollars in student loan debt forgetting loans for about fifteen thousand borrowers whose schools shut down. And of course, that prevented them from finishing their programs about half of those borrowers attended Carinthian colleges. That's a for profit chain that closed in two thousand fifteen that's the latest look at your money. Pat, Woodard, KOA NewsRadio. Thank you bad. KOA? Newsradio time is fifty six frady is here. The producer of this here program. Coming up next week. Hopefully on Monday, we're gonna be talking about the Broncos and a little bit of playoff help for them. They need they need to get a win and a little help to get into the postseason on Monday. We're gonna be talking with the voice of the Broncos Dave Wilkins. Hopefully, some good news for Broncos fans. Yeah. Let's hope. All right, Spencer. Thank you for Chad. Hoffman Reid Fisher. John Morrissey, Spencer frady, Pat Woodard and David caylao takes the cast of thousands to make this show happen at green. Thank you for your time. Thank you. I'm Susan Witkin. Thank you for making Colorado's morning news. Part of your day have good one everyone. Hi, April here for icon..
"frady" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
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"frady" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The John Batchelor show. It is late summer two thousand and seven are author dawn on a he'd McKean with a driver reaches the harbor or cobber river, this is eastern Syria part of the world that is a no go forever in the Syrian civil war. She asks her driver is this it, and he says yes that is a Kabul river, and she gets out and asked to take a picture the river to look at is a stream tributary of the frady's, it's blowing south to to meet the phrase. This is this Batavia two thousand seven is before the civil war. So this is a story about another tragedy one hundred years ago. Don, a very good evening to you. Congratulations. The book is the hundred year walk an Armenian odyssey. Why did you get out of the car to take a picture of a small river in a large? Desert with green along the edges. What does it represent to you? Congratulations. Thank you so much, John. It's so nice to be on the show. I asked to stop because I had read about this river so much and my grandfather's journal, and I had been pouring over every word about his survival of the Armenian genocide and one of his the last part of his death March occurred along this river. Not as exact same exact spot. We're discussing right now. But it was along this river. So it meant a lot to me about when my grandfather walked along it. He was able to get water after crossing a desert, and it was also the more northern part of it. It was the last scenery that so many of the people in this caravan thaw, while they're being marched to their deaths and I wanted to to get out and see the river and also at that same spot. There was there was a like a mass grave and my guide took me there. And I just wanted to kind of pay my respects parish. Is there a marker? Is there any designation that the massacre took place here when you were there in two thousand seven. No, no. And you know, you would just pass it. You would just absolutely pass this this place and keep going, and I wouldn't have known had it not been for my guide at the time. And also just from reading my grandfather's stern. Was it haunts? You have a sense that people had died here that there were bones still here. Yes. It was it was it was. It was just a very quiet place, and you can just kind of feel things in areas. And I particularly felt it at another stop where there was another a larger mass graves which was north of there in a place called KC, which we'll get to later, but that place definitely felt Erie to me. Let's go back to step on store because don's grandfather is an Armenian in the Ottoman empire before the first World War, and we'll start there because he's picked up an occupation. That has great value for him his home village. The Armenian villages Audubon, Dr which is east of Istanbul stumble. He learns that being a transporter of goods to move back and forth. Like FedEx guy by himself has value and out of buzz ours. A large. City and going back and forth from Istanbul gives him opportunities to transport goods to guarantee them because this is before we had a banking system in a credit system and yet one day in early fourteen as my reading Don correct me if I have it wrong early nineteen fourteen he's arrested as a gun runner who arrests him and what happens to him. Sure. So the problems begin at the end of nineteen thirteen for him, and he had just established his business, and it was a time of great optimism for him in the years before that when he started his business, and he was transporting his goods and business was a success, and he was climbing out of poverty with his family and with very proud and excited about future. In fact, someone had told him you are going to become a great, man. And at this time, you know, he had transported. He was coming back from a trip to then known as noble, and he was transporting a bunch of goods, you know, clothes or, you know, all different types of things, and he is stopped at one of the train stations. Because he was transporting hunting rifles at the time. And at the. The time, you know, they weren't illegal the hunting rifles, but but he was stopped. And by the time he got to his hometown of other bizarre. The police had surrounded the station and and arrested him, and and so from then it really sets the tone and right before that happened. There was a kind of procession to celebrate the are the anniversary of the Armenian alphabet had just happened. And it was a big moment for the Armenians. And and a Turkish soldier was killed during the demonstration. And it's it's a long story. What happened but tensions were really rice in this town between the Armenians and the Turks and my grandfather was you know, eventually he was convicted and served for about two months. Went into the central prison. And he's in with Armenians. Are there questions are there? But dominantly Moslems the the supervisor of the central prison is sadist named Abraham they and they're all frightened of him for torture. But your grandfather has a what I call a sunny disposition. I'll get out of this things are well, I'm with other Armenians the priest comes on Sunday. I look forward to it. It's nearly Stor. I'll get out of this and along comes history. It happens all the time. Dawn in your story. That's why your grandfather is such a time machine for me. It's a journey through the twentieth century, and this is a fresh take of the first war because in the summer of nineteen fourteen. We know there's going to be a catastrophe called the first war. However, the Turks anticipating this betting everything obliged, your grandfather and others to be in a position to be conscripted to he want to be a Turkish soldier in nineteen fourteen. I I don't think that he necessarily looked forward to serve in the military, but actually for Armenians just serve in the military. Was was a recent right for them. They weren't able to do that in the years up until right before the war. And so he so he joined you know, the Turkish army, and he he ended up being in a a labor battalion, right and doing road construction. And so he was separated from his family. And that's how much of it went as, you know, the war with more people more countries joined the war and grew larger and larger and my and then in nineteen fifteen the Ottoman government deported, the majority of the two million Armenians from their homes and that included his family and his community in his town. And so he was separated from them. Yes. Let's coach. Because it's important. We're talking about the Armenian genocide. But what generates the conditions that the depravity is the general deterioration of civilization in Europe, and in Asia Minor because you will all recall the Turkey at this time didn't exist. It was the Ottoman empire. The German government the Kaiser's government had made inroads for the previous decades with the Ottoman empire. And we're building railroads, and there were lots of German engineers all over Constantinople. So when the war came along, it looked like the Ottoman empire was allied with Germany nothing much was happening until of course, the Russians attacked from the north the Russians were in league with the French and the and the British we're not making this up. This is genuine four Ron history. The British would eventually attack by coming around at the Gallipoli campaign would attack Ottoman empire. So in the sublime port, which is the government in Constantinople they felt. Attack from both sides. And it's that dawn at the way. I read it. It's that generates the conditions that leave the decision makers is Don bull crazy enough to believe that by punishing the Armenian somehow there were leaving or blames or shifting the blame onto the real fault of the army faltering in the north and the British attacking from the south do the Armenians talk about the war. Do they talk about the conditions that left the Armenians exposed do? They talk about how this could not have happened without the first World War. I mean, I think that you know, you look at different genocides over his history. A lot of times it takes place during a people when a country or know you look at the holocaust what happened. You know? What happened Kansas backdrop of? For two. And I think the same thing with your means there's so much happening in the world. And there's so much strife like, it's so many countries are involved in losing losing so many men, and it was easy for the Armenians to disappear. It was easy. I mean, of course, we remember. But it was easy under the cover of war to deport the Armenians and and and drive them to their dad. Let's go to the moment that you know, was is looked upon every year. It's important to remember April twenty fourth nineteen fifteen that is the date that is remembered because the arrest of the Armenian dignitaries, the leading scholars and brains and diplomats of Armenia in Istanbul. And what followed from there was persecution waves arrests, the usual depravity where what what did your grandfather? And what? Most importantly, what Audubon Dr make when they heard about the arrests in Istanbul or consented Constantinople excuse me. Did they know that this was the beginning of an end. Or did they think it was just going to pass over them because those were VIP's and they were hard-working village people. Well, there were there were rumors that there were rumors that things were going to happen. I heard it was actually right after that roundup of intellectual. But the same thing happened in my grandfather's town, which is what I really tried to focus on my grandfather's story and his town as just a lens into the larger story. So soon after what happened in Constantinople with the roundup of intellectuals and politicians, and basically their leaders the same thing happened in in their town where the wealthy and influential influential individuals day were rounded up and deported. And and so. You see it just throughout my grandfather's story. The story of his town with your meaning experience in their town of just they, you know, something happens, but they still can't imagine that it would get worse or just same with with the when the deportation order finally happened. You know, so many of them thought that they would be returned home. They thought that they would they were just leaving, you know, just for.
US-backed group in last push to defeat IS in northeast Syria
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"frady" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Sort of liberal policies that my have have an impact on corporate America or some of the other other types of villains with the military leaders, strong hardline hawks or were frayed that certain certain policy is going to be as to make the the country we or sometimes you might have the connection between the two. And oftentimes the real conspiracy theorists are talking about the military industrial complex, and you'd have plots where you have businessmen trying to influence government policy and terms of military, build up in terms of defense, essentially to to increase, build up to create problems in the world, you know, to create a need for for another war or for for for new weapons, so then turned a can. They can profit associates. He's going to be many of the the major conspiracy of villains. You're going gonna have the the defense slash intelligence agency villains, oftentimes in league or even controlled by the heads of heads of corporations, the heads of industries. And sometimes you also see turn turning up even the the fantastic conspiracy theory films say, when you're dealing with what aliens with what ails contact. And we're again, we're going to have the military who is a paranoid about information about alien contact, getting out and creating panic and the throughout the world. So they want their conspiring to keep the knowledge of alien contact or your, or you're going to have the the military villain in a conspiracy film like that, who wanna get their hands on alien technology to be able to build better weapons systems or the business world wants to get the hands on. Alien technology to profit off of it or us for like with the with the more down to earth conspiracy films. It could be a combination of all of these and the military industrial complex in league with the business mess. Something scientists who you know, again, believe that the the knowledge of the world is to create create panic or to stabilizing changed throughout throughout the world. That's a little bit more about the parallel fuse far as the villains and that because we never really learn who they are, right. That's, that's. That's what I liked that film so much that even though you have the early days of the emergence of the of the of the formula for the conspiracy film where you're going to have this, this plot arc of some lowly character. In this case, you have the Joe frady character whose report or starts picking on the on the story. Nobody else cares about. But then in. Into into traditional conspiracy film. Eventually, it comes to a point where the word hero comes face to face with the with the villains. It's almost like almost like a scene in JAMES BOND film where the Davila is going to go on, explain his grand plan, but you never get that in parallel view. You know that that's why so, really so excited by this film. I think it's just on so so fantastically because here it's all about the, the construction, the film, all the point of view of the the freighter character that you only only know as much as he. During the entire film. So you never get out of him point of view, and you never learn why villains are doing what they're doing. In the case of this of this film. There you have the paradox corporation sensually trading these full guys. These these, these Lee Harvey os- will type patsies for for assassination and he stumbles onto the plot, but he never finds out why. And then we only know as much as as much as he does until the until the well. The unfortunate ending for for frady where he becomes one of these, these patsies and all the way down to the very end of the very end of sim or the people who have been assassinated. We don't know why, and we don't know why they have to die. The film starts off without assassination of the in Seattle on the space needle. It's I was always fascinated by the by the way the victim is set up..
"frady" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"'cause you have like a smokey and the bandits. Now, chase this scene, it's like, why would they put this in the film? Otherwise, if they weren't just like we need to have something in the film like this. So let's just do something that's kinda like something else we've seen, but there's like there's no reason for it, especially with that music that just God awful music jugs. In the background, blown on the judge in hitting the washboard with their spoons. I mean, this movie ship us Howard a lot. Yeah, is really kinda strange in took a little getting used to for me where it's just like, okay, sometimes there's a sort of slapsticky weirdly funny movie, but then you're with what you're talking with, what they're talking about. The assassination conspiracy. In what ends up happening to to Joe for eighty is just it's all of those teeters align of like dark comedy, like a really dark really placid comedy, right? It's not winter kills dark comedy, but its own brand of dark. Comedy is all slapsticks until the main character gets shock into the fucking head, and it's hilarious. This is where I look at this moment. Like I, I've been enjoying this film, but I would much rather watch blow out because low outs tone is consistent, which is strange because I mean, you look at a film all the president's men and that films tone is pretty consistent throughout and this film it's like, put this is all over the place. This is like the fun version of all the president's meds. I don't know. I could've done without some of the kind of over the top stylistic choices that there's something to be said for just kind of committing to a stylistic choice. But at the same time, there's also been to be said for. Not overdoing it to the point where it becomes distracting for the audience. So I mean, there's one big thing that's pops to my mind when we're talking about this in that is the weenie Wagner Rini wag her way. Anyway, that is, what can Mars gives to Joe frady when he says you can be this guy, you can be Richard pardon? I think he's, he's the Winnie wag her. So the guy who likes to expose himself in public, some of those terms have age. Well, that's right out of a a James Elroy book for me. So I was just like, oh yeah, I know weenie Wacker I laughed my hat. In this child train that they're riding around in any says that what kind of movie is this exactly what kind of film is this where a band is playing pong in some monkey. Just again, there's a lot of stuff that goes on this phone that I'm like, I, I don't think this was a necessary. This feels like you're spinning your wheels a little bit may be, let's get to the interesting conspiracy theory plot so we can sail that. But I still think that this car chase actually speaks to the metaphor of the film which is whole idea of looking and being looked at and trying to see things with your own eyes. Seeing is believing because even when frady goes into that house that I've talked about before, where he's looking for his parent, parrot looking on the TV. There's this whole thing like, look what you could win look at this until it's just like all of these instructions to look at stuff. And even here when he's in this car chasers. A pretty major moment where his car gets all sprayed with mud and he can't see anything, and he's trying to clear the windows..
"frady" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Originally, there was another figure that was by the lake or the river where the go fishing, all this kind of stuff, but it plays out this part plays out very well to me as far as what happens in the movie, this idea of frady going into this bar and this redneck coming up and commenting because we have to remember that this is nineteen seventy four, which I was forgetting about. Because just like, oh, you're a girl apart me miss and it's just like, what is going on here? Then finally, I'm like, oh yeah, I guess hairs a little longer than theirs. His too well, I'll hair for nineteen seventy four small town. Americana the end up getting into massive, fight breaking through walls and other stuff. It reminded me of music. This is when we think that the movie is like a different movie than when the smoke in the bandit when he's writing away in the sheriff's car later, that music is fucking crazy. But this whole idea of the after he beats the shit out of the sky. Then he goes over and it's like, oh yum. You should call the police and the guy's like, oh out, do you want better? I am the police. This is my deputy and they have this little connection. And then the guy takes him home for dinner and starts talking about this friend who is dead in Austin, Tucker. And let's go over there tomorrow and we'll take a look at this and like big friendly guy. And then once it gets to the river, it's like, oh, I'm sorry. There was no night deputy who I told you about in the pre. Seen, I'm going to have to shoot you and kill you. And then there's a really way too quick cut of freebie slash in the sky across the face with a fishing pole. And a big massive fight as they the that's frady's first casualty manages to kill a sheriff so good. I knew Joe a badge sheriff though, but you know, blue lives matter. That's true. That's true. We don't know exactly who makes it out of that fight alive. And then when we see the sheriff's vehicle, we don't know who's driving until for the it's out of the car. So it's nice kind of twist in. It's there's a lot of those moments in this film. That's what keeps it going for me is these little like you don't know exactly what's going on, but we're going to reveal it and there's a lot of moments of just beats of suspense. They're not like edge of your seat. I don't know who's gonna get out of that car, who's it going to be? But it's just like a small little just a little cliff, not a like a gargantuan thing. But then the moment when they're when he's in the sheriff's house and the deputy comes in, the phone starts ringing. The deputy picks up the phone and you can see both. The deputy and frady onscreen that same time, even though neither one can see each other. That's a really nice moment for me. And again, that's one of those moments where I'm just like, gosh, I wish I could see this movie a little bit better. Yeah. No, I agree that that was that's a bit and going back kind of blow out that that's very kinda depalma. Yeah, style moment where you're you're saying both those characters, you don't know. It just pitting them against. Okay. What are we going to do here? And for that, like I said, the rest of the movie just sort of like little cliffs little little hints of like, oh, here's a little bit of attention. And now we're going to break it up with silly bar fight. But that moment I felt like the tension actually building for the first time probably up to that point in the movie and it was it was like you said it was a really nice moment, and then we have the requisite car-chase which is nice. I'm kind of glad they fights and car chases all over this movie in that crazy redneck music that they're playing here is just like, what am I watching now? What's that crazy Warren Beatty going to do next. Yes, he's jumping a tune after Trump and his car up in that it freezes right. Well, he's got himself into a massive time. There's a lot of apples in this film, but I'm like, is this trying to kind of be like playing on American film a little bit of the seventies and trying to expand the gamut of those kinds of films..
"frady" Discussed on History On Fire
"So in any case molina gang leaders that paid isam number charlie trouble is a fee for to callow pay demon visit removed from the gene pool and speaking of a little charlie he wasn't long in the word of leaving either shortly after receiving a visa from italian secret service agents he neighborhood off nineteen eighty two weber chatty travel to milan in northern italy to carry out some business in via air corneal frady which was literally less than a third of a mile away from the house where eight year old me was playing on the fourth floor of an apartment building off via joya but the number sixty three man i spent so many years in that i was it's not as bad of neighborhood today it's not good eight but his okay back back then was a pretty bad neighborhood you was united states it was kind of funny to think that i was probably they're playing with my toys while the root of a mile away some very she ma yana gang business was taking place the business in question was the attempted murder of little battlezone the deputy director of the bangkok roseana which was the most powerful but i've actually owned the bank in eternity at the time i knew nothing about it but today it's literally re to think that this chapter in the violent history of the milana was being re thinly thoroughly around the corner for from where i go up.
"frady" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"They were killing him because he was a starting quarterback the hat tubes then it was like your start which really hey brother at starting quarterback that's the leader position s to face the franchise how dare you show such urban behavior code so hats back maybe kill for having his then he wore another teams had people that oh my god and i was like wait a minute y'all understand we're fans of the nfl before we're players and nfl i was a different bronco fan growing up and damn near when i played i wasn't colin cabinet i wore broncos hats because one of the team to love the damn colors at three stripping that away from me you know it's just absurd man and that's the moments that people really feel the pain of what he's talking about because it got to get back in your place wouldn't that just shake the nfl if player i i know they don't wanna hear it from me in their building they don't wanna hear it from me or see me on my field i got a lot to say if you wanna hear what i have to say yeah meet me at my house tomorrow one o'clock yeah really everything you want to know the rally and crowded they wanted someone who didn't fit the the the tall order of like you just had the the list of all the issues that they criticize you like tom brady like frady please support this you know air raja's whoever may be someone you can't just immediately dismiss yeah nfl wouldn't know what to do with that that would be that it might be more effective because now you can't shut me up to come in and do zebina fall your rules exactly yeah now what now what play kobe has things to say that look oh not that book your book's going to do just fun one copy for me copy from pearson.
"frady" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer
"That is the resource phone line you can ask the book called riches of his grace i'll be happy to send it to anyone who calls and asks we have marlow who's listening in maryland marna walk into the program oh hi pastors i just have a question my bible study group we're we were studying while we still are studying daniel and revelation and so you know those two books go together like he's in carrots and i think it was i think it was in revelation twenty two where john is shown the vision of the river water of life chris okay and then so john is who is he talking to us that gabriel there we'll see calls me angel of the lord many think it was gabriel but i don't know gabriel's name there i don't think it does but so jaundice talking to an angel regarding the river and then back in daniel twelve this is my question is kind of trivial but it just got me thinking when we were studying it in our group daniel twelve bursts dive says then i daniel looked and there stood to others one on this river bank and the other on that river bank and one said to the man clothed in linen who who was above the waters of the river how long shall fulfillment of these lenders be oh daniel the shown a vision if two people over the river so i'm wondering with daniel shown a vision of john and talking to the angel it's a great question you've got my mind spinning but i don't think so if you look in daniel ten verse four okay it says now on the twenty four hours a day of the first month i was by the side of the great river that is the tigris my eyes and behold a certain man clothed in linen now it's very symbolic because he realized that has mentioned in genesis i think it's one of the river frady's it's mentioned and if you look at the end of ezekiel that's the book just before daniel and i'm trying to get the right vert chapter for you think it's is it chapter forty seven.
"frady" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Roof flannel barnaby president ceo planned parenthood delaware who've had their own scandals here said only one half of a percent of abortions occur after twenty weeks she said these abortions may occur due to a fetal anomaly not previously detected life of the mother rape or incest and they're against us well wait a second wait a second hold it hold it hold it so so so wait is she your against this because only one half of one percent of these abortions occur after twenty weeks well then then why why would you have a legislation protecting people transgenders when only about six tenths of one percent of delaware are identified as transgenders if if only one half of one percent of these happened after twenty weeks they say oh well we don't need to worry about that because it's only one half of one percent then why would you have legislation protecting transgenders when that's only about the same number by the way of of of delaware and and then we also had a conversation with frady reese who was successful in getting legislation passed that were present may prevent marriages of anybody under the age of eighteen well my gosh you're talking about miniscule percentage of people who need to be protected by legislation that's twelve people per year over the last seventeen years and the vast majority of them have been seventeen years old only three of them reportedly fourteen years old so why why is it what if you're looking at the numbers and you're using the the numbers and percentages as part of your argument falls apart doesn't it when you're looking at other pieces of legislation that protected i a as a percentage of population that's either as a small or smaller the i think using the numbers that way is doesn't make much sense all right so five to nine one one seven five two nine one one seven also do you believe that the next step should be taken when it comes to marriage and statutory rape with minors so the bill would likely be signed by the governor i'll be surprised if he doesn't sign this bill that would make marriage illegal for anybody under the age of.
"frady" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"And ernest and scott taproom wilmington delaware one one seven eleven am and w d l all right there's a lot of stuff didn't get to with frady as i was saying over the last couple of weeks a piece of legislation like this rarely comes just out of nowhere especially for somebody who has not been in the state legislature for very long and wrestler from kim williams i was wondering okay well where did this thing come from research and five she went to school for journalism came out learned a few things and one of those things how to reach lawmakers and put together public relations at a pr peace and and she's very adamant now this is her life you know this this this really is her life is to ban all marriages under the age of eighteen which is i think remarkable love to get your take at five to nine one zero one seven i find remarkable because first of all she got married at age of nineteen it was abusive abusive relationship she wasn't physically hit he was a house beaten on a wife beater as her angry problem troubled husband would say interesting that in the quote unquote community of orthodox jews from which she has escaped that they didn't work with him on his violence and things like that not just wanna make sure that she would stay married to him it doesn't seem to you be more of a religious problem i but what she what she experienced there in her religion she took to the secular world and i don't really i really don't have a problem i really don't have a problem with miroslav eighteen except for a couple of things if it's now illegal to to get married at the age of eighteen.
Columbia Basin Herald - World News, Statue honoring WWII sex slaves removed in Philippines
"News time nine forty eight fifty four wet degrees outside our top stories a man wanted in the shooting death of a deputy sheriff in maine now in police custody john williams found after four days of searching for him in a remote area of central main according to the cape cod times barnstable man who died in friday's fire from injuries suffered in that blaze in his home has been identified as owen duff senior he was eighty six years old and the new secretary of state mike pompeo met with king salman of saudi arabia on peyot is on his first trip to the middle east which also includes visits to israel and jordan caravan of central american immigrants is expected to arrive at the us mexico border today claudia tremaine oh along with others walked from san diego to tijuana yesterday to welcome the migrants seeking asylum at the border i believe every human being has the right to seek a better life and i don't think that anyone should be punished for leaving a violin country in which you're not able to thrive about three hundred and fifty people are part of that migrant caravan that has received sharp criticism from president trump about two hundred of them are expected to go to the tijuana san diego crossing looking for us protection in the philippines women's groups are up in arms after a statue honoring women forced to work in japanese military brothels during world war two was quietly removed from the seaside promenade officials say it was removed so drainage work could be completed in the meantime it alarmed activists who suspected the japanese government may have pressured the philippines to take the monument down the statue was that of a blindfolded filipina it was unveiled alongside manila bay back in december four villages in syria east of the youth frady's river have been captured by government forces state media says the villages were held by the us back syrian democratic forces much of the province was held by the islamic state group but over the past year syrian government forces captured most areas west of the u frady's in february pro syrian government fighters attacked sdf positions east of the.
Former girlfriend of 49ers LB Reuben Foster recants domestic violence claims
"It's the weekday payday right here on kmby are six eighty coming up in just a couple of minutes we'll get to last call kobe is in the house this evening he'll take over cambio tonight at ten o'clock and tomorrow frady myself and kobe from nine to midnight or every rocking with our nfl draft show crazy crazy stuff going on obviously with the draft the circus that's involved with that and then today if you missed it the break in the reuben foster cases at the woman accused who accused ruben of domestic violence recanted her her claim saying that the injuries that she sustained were a part of a fight from another woman and apparently now there's a video of that incident so we're waiting for that to come out before i make another decision about this because initially it was very reactionary when you her what do you hear reuben foster beat her when you her i when you do that right dir when you hear reuben foster talking about hitting a woman your first reaction is rid of them cut him that's reactionary at the same time we really have to sit back and wait for all the details and i think that's what today did for me it's can open my eyes up okay can't make a decision until every single thing comes out that comes out and we know exactly what the situation was speculating and being reactionary is it never works no but at the same time this i'm not going to sit here in blast people that that that wouldn't jump to a conclusion right away because if you look at this still it's it's off all scenarios off so people that did jump to conclusion i can understand plus the track record of nfl in these kinds of situations or not only track record nfl checker here this kid the track record of him is tom is over and over and.
"frady" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Go on invasive ventilation so they get a tracheostomy surgery and they go on life support but what about the quieter here is this disease the people who choose not to do that i've seen both sides and there's no right or wrong but yeah you don't always choose to stick around if your life isn't won't be full of meaning support for on point and the following message come from rocket mortgage by quicken loans chances are you're confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgage is simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocketmortgage dot com slash on point equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmls consumer access dot org number thirty thirty this is on point i'm kimberly atkins we're talking with neuroscientist turn bestselling author lisa genova her book still alice about a woman with early stage alzheimer's disease has made was made into a movie and she's now writing about ales in the new novel every note played you can join the conversation has ls or another serious illness turn your world upside down and how have you coped follow us on twitter and find us on facebook at on point radio joining our conversation now from marco island florida is nancy frady's the mother of ails ice bucket pioneer pete frady's peed a former captain of the boston college ba baseball team in professional baseball player in europe was diagnosed with a ls in twenty twelve at the age of twenty seven he started the ale as ice bucket challenge two years later he's now thirty three years old.