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"franklin paul" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:08 min | Last month

"franklin paul" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Eric, thanks for having me on. Look, I want to ask you so many questions. First of all, the principal reason I'm having you on is because you are going to be doing something fairly shortly along the lines you just described. What is this thing that you're going to be doing soon? Actually, I'm almost right in the middle of it. I've run 30 back to back marathons as we speak right now. In the middle of it now yes, yes, we left April 19th from montevallo, Alabama, and I've been running a marathon a day every day since then, including today. A marathon a day, okay, that's not something I've ever done, even for a single day. So what you're doing right now, it's affiliated with united we pledge. What is united we pledge? Because I know your goal is to draw awareness to the constitution to American freedom. What is united we pledge? United we pledge is a nonprofit organization and what they're doing is they're building a very special and magical place called the American village. And the American village is a place that has recreations exact replica recreations of buildings that were instrumental in the constitution and the Revolutionary War. And they also have people that play the parts of people that were instrumental in that time, like George Washington, Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Paul Revere's wife, men and women, they have colonial soldiers. And what they do is they bring in families and in particular kids, and they let them step onto the stage of American history and become part of the story. So it's a very, very impactful experience as far as history goes. Now if people want to find out more about united, we pledge is there a website for united we pledge? Yes, it's united we pledge dot org dot org. Okay, so you are doing what you're doing to help them reach their goal. And by the way, the site of the place you describing is montevallo, Alabama, it is. Yes. So is that where is that where you started this journey? That is. And I'm winding up in hurricane saint George, Utah, where they're breaking ground to build an exact replica of this place on the West Coast. So they're starting development of that on July 2nd when I come into town there. We're going to break ground there and they're going to build an exact replica of that on the West Coast so that people on the West Coast have the opportunity to have that same experience. Look, this is exciting stuff. I want to talk to you about running and I want to talk to you about America. And I figure I'm safe on both topics with you. But before we get to that, people want to know how did Tom Jones get to be Tom Jones doing this kind of a thing right now. What is your story that led you to where you are today? Where did you grow up? When did these things become central in your life? Well, that's a great question to just kind of make it real quick. So my childhood was a dumpster fire. I was removed from my home when I was 12 years old for child abuse. I was put into a foster care institution that was run by pedophiles. I was only afforded a 6th grade education until I ran away from that institution and joined the United States Marine Corps. They were a great parents. They taught me right from wrong. They taught me about integrity as free decor, all my clothes matched. It was a good thing. And I ended up being a world champion price fighter. And I had the opportunity to train with Chuck Norris and other people like that. They were really great influences on my life, and then in 1998, I went to a foster care facility in my area that wanted a playground. And they couldn't afford it. So I came up with a wild idea of running from Oregon to Mexico on foot, raising money and helping them have a playground. And when we dedicated that playground, all of a sudden my life had meaning, I knew what I was here for. And since 1998, I've been lending my athletic abilities to worthwhile causes like this one. I love.

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"franklin paul" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:14 min | 2 months ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show, sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Hey there folks. Sometimes I read an email or something and I just go, this is great. What is this? Can we talk to this guy? Someone, his name is Tom Jones, not to be confused with the singer Tom Jones. Nor with Engelbert Humperdinck, who I used to confuse with the singer Tom Jones. This time Jones is an extreme athlete. That's an official term. He's an extreme athlete and a marine veteran who's passionate about the United States of America about the constitution about traditional values of freedom, faith, and family. He's a world record holder and has a pretty impressive history of completing extreme physical challenges, including running from Huntington Beach, California, to New York, city at a marathon pace for a 121 consecutive days. I'm not making this up. He's my guest right now. Tom Jones, welcome to the Eric meta taxis show. Hey Eric, thanks for having me on. Look, I want to ask you so many questions. First of all, the principal reason I'm having you on is because you are going to be doing something fairly shortly along the lines you just described. What is this thing that you're going to be doing soon? Actually, I'm almost right in the middle of it. I've run 30 back to back marathons as we speak right now. You're in the middle of it now. Yes, yes, we left April 19th from montevallo, Alabama, and I've been running a marathon a day every day since then, including today. A marathon a day, okay, that's not something I've ever done, even for a single day. So what you're doing right now, it's affiliated with united we pledge. What is united we pledge? Because I know your goal is to draw awareness to the constitution to American freedom. What is united we pledge? The united we pledge is a nonprofit organization and what they're doing is they're building a very special and magical place called the American village. And the American village is a place that has recreations exact replica recreations of buildings that were instrumental in the constitution and the Revolutionary War. And they also have people that play the parts of people that were instrumental in that time, like George Washington, Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Paul Revere's wife, men and women, they have colonial soldiers. And what they do is they bring in families and in particular kids, and they let them step onto the stage of American history and become part of the story. So it's a very, very impactful experience as far as history goes..

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"franklin paul" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm not making this up. He's my guest right now. Tom Jones, welcome to the Erik metaxas show. Hey Eric, thanks for having me on. Look, I want to ask you so many questions. First of all, the principal reason I'm having you on is because you are going to be doing something fairly shortly along the lines you just described. What is this thing that you're going to be doing soon? Actually, I'm almost right in the middle of it. I've run 30 back to back marathons as we speak in the middle of it now. Yes, yes, we left April 19th from montevallo, Alabama, and I've been running a marathon a day every day since then, including today. A marathon a day, okay, that's not something I've ever done, even for a single day. So what you're doing right now, it's affiliated with united we pledge. What is united we pledge? Because I know your goal is to draw awareness to the constitution to American freedom. What is united we pledge? The united we pledge is a nonprofit organization and what they're doing is they're building a very special and magical place called the American village. And the American village is a place that has recreations exact replica recreations of buildings that were instrumental in the constitution and the Revolutionary War. And they also have people that play the parts of people that were instrumental in that time, like George Washington, Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Paul Revere's wife, men and women, they have colonial soldiers. And what they do is they bring in families and in particular kids, and they let them step onto the stage of American history and become part of the story. So it's a very, very impactful experience as far as history goes.

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Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Running 76 Marathons for a Cause

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Extreme Athlete Tom Jones Is Running 76 Marathons for a Cause

"I'm not making this up. He's my guest right now. Tom Jones, welcome to the Erik metaxas show. Hey Eric, thanks for having me on. Look, I want to ask you so many questions. First of all, the principal reason I'm having you on is because you are going to be doing something fairly shortly along the lines you just described. What is this thing that you're going to be doing soon? Actually, I'm almost right in the middle of it. I've run 30 back to back marathons as we speak in the middle of it now. Yes, yes, we left April 19th from montevallo, Alabama, and I've been running a marathon a day every day since then, including today. A marathon a day, okay, that's not something I've ever done, even for a single day. So what you're doing right now, it's affiliated with united we pledge. What is united we pledge? Because I know your goal is to draw awareness to the constitution to American freedom. What is united we pledge? The united we pledge is a nonprofit organization and what they're doing is they're building a very special and magical place called the American village. And the American village is a place that has recreations exact replica recreations of buildings that were instrumental in the constitution and the Revolutionary War. And they also have people that play the parts of people that were instrumental in that time, like George Washington, Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Paul Revere's wife, men and women, they have colonial soldiers. And what they do is they bring in families and in particular kids, and they let them step onto the stage of American history and become part of the story. So it's a very, very impactful experience as far as history goes.

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"franklin paul" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:33 min | 6 months ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Yeah, yeah, okay. Fair enough. Now newly retired Sergio Agüero could be back very soon Jules, but not on the pitch, not really quite sure what he's going to come back. Because I wanted to for the suspense, you know, through your questions because he might be back with the Argentina national team. But as a part of the staff on the pitch, he can not play anymore, which is really sad. But he's revealed this week that he might be part of the World Cup technical stuff if you want with your next colony and on all these assistants and everybody to make the training much easier because he didn't like training. No, you're not training. Maybe just to be like an older brother if you want. Maybe to the link between scaloni and Messi and the rest of the school is obviously very good friend with a lot of them, having played with them by recently won the Copa América last summer. All of that. And a bit like a general manager and even closer at the dressing room to the team. I think it's a pretty good idea to be fair when you go into a World Cup, you got to stay at 5 or 6 weeks altogether. It's a totally different environment. Yeah, exactly. I think you could help for that. Franklin Paul is blowing hot and cold at Everton since he took over stew, two wins and two losses. One of the wins was in the FA Cup, of course. There are no shots on target on Saturday at south after and got well beaten. Yeah, and when Frank Lampard took over, you know, there was this crowd didn't want one or two other managers. They wanted Frank Lampard and there was a bit of a buzz around Goodison Park because this is the manager they wanted. There was a great atmosphere inside the stadium. But the two away performances have been really poor. Really? So it's now up to Frank Lampard to show that he is a good coach. I think he did an okay job at Derby. Only okay. Because other manager had achieved just what he achieved at Darby, getting into the playoffs but not quite getting them into the Premier League. He obviously did and okay, job at Chelsea, but soon as he left, they become better and better and better. So I think he's managerial career and coaching career is under a lot of pressure Everton and he'll need a good start to await performances that have been poor home performances. That's not good enough. For Everton, they've got to start winning more games and play more consistently. So one or two problems for them. And city on Saturday. So that'd be a good begin. Yeah, big test. Now, we mentioned inter already jewels, but Milan were not much better only managing to take a point away to salernitana. Napoli now have a huge chance to go top of the table if they beat Cagliari on Monday. It's a great title race, isn't it? It is. It is your eyes too, if Napoli, when we record this on Monday morning, if they win on later today, they will go level on top with Milan and as you know, it's hard to answer and a bit Milan. Napoli, so they will go top. You've got Napoli Milan game to come in two weeks time. You've got Juventus in to come in a few weeks as well. So I think there's more twists to come in this title race, but to have all those teams intervention in hand to play against Bologna in midweek. I've always seen, let's say, within one point of each other because that was when it comes down to who's got the best coach. Maybe potentially. And if I gave you a choice at the three coaches, which would you pick? I think in zygi still young, in his experience of being in the title race, obviously it's never been there before. He's been fighting for Champions League spot with Lazio, but never for the big prize. I think for me spalletti, he's the one who looks the most ready. To go and win this. Is that success elsewhere? He's always done well wherever he's been. That's always won the title, but he's been a good coach. I think people respect it. Because what do you need now? You need that consistency, right? So no one's in three, for example. I think Milan have won two of the last 5. They won the last three in a row I think in the league. And I think what you need now is consistency. So, okay, you might not win every single game. But you can't lose one, win one, lose one, then you need a bit of that consistency in terms of result. Maybe when we draw something like that, try to be as much as bitten as you can. And for me, Napoleon's palace looked right now, where I think the that's not going to be good news to gab is it. Been a big inter fan. One of the Milan teams to win it, I would like Napoleon, you know what? Napoleon wanted since mardu obviously. It would be great if they did it. The atmosphere inside that stadium. That would be special. Robert we both love Jack question. And we are very happy for him. I find a new club. Finally, yes..

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"franklin paul" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on Accelerate!

"Relationships with your customer base. If you have a relationship that is strong enough that you can text each other In a world as noisy as what is happening right now. You've got a strong enough relationship to retain. If i'm having close enough to text they you'll spice interesting. I you know. I've been asked to do lots of trainings around. Selling virtually right which people confuse to selling via zoom which is crazy thought in my head. Is that the light. This medium of being the communicate of the video shores important. It isn't what many people are choosing their preference or something that often required through necessity or efficiency and it isn't selling through zun selling without the ability to be able to get on the plane train or automobile show up and being pus which actually opens up hundreds of means of communication that we should have been given consideration to in the first place but which also quite frankly is the way more sellings been done. I mean this is my my my push backwards. Walls tell people. I said well. Let's see i asked the question. So when did virtual selling start. Zoom is like ten years ago. And i said no. When alexander graham bell invented the telephone is when virtual selves and drink but existing. All you know you had the ability to put a note through. Somebody's due to an opportunity. All what what would you send somebody else with a message to carry it by a pigeon. I don't know like this being able to influence from a distance has always been is always important fascinating about how the world has changed right now. Is this really happened. These your pool of prospects as wide because geographically. You're not constrained by the same constraints a you. Once were when the customers you could set for the ones you could reach by book and it actually means that building relationships different. It means that is multifaceted. It's also easier to do if you think about it. And then you put your effort into the woods before the work you talk about me born solve all of showering the uk instead of sending the email that says hey pow. Why don't you just take a moment. Learn something about the person you're about to outreach. Towards shocking i crazy crazy right shopping on some questions about the thing that you found out right trying to increase them with your stoking some interesting curiosity about what you found out from the store. Sure but this is all part and parcel of this. Other guy was talking about which was No one wants small talk and it's like okay. Well the science is pretty conclusive that small talk. Nobody does want small talk unless more. Talk about them exactly. That's exactly right. I mean john steinbeck famous american author. Does this quote that. I use all the time which says l. The only story someone is interested in hearing is story about them. My franklin paul has just written a beautiful book. I love it here. And it's about employee retention and about why people go on to be able to proclaim things like when asked about what they think about the place of work they say things like right and and there's a point. I interviewed him recently and he said every employees thinking when they are interviews or when review them being austrian that performances. In letting me know about the paul when it gets to be about me At every customers the same in every human being on the planet is the same is like hanging on the center of my universe to make it about me and it doesn't mean that building poll or is small talk it means building. Rapport is having enough empathy about what's important to the other person to then be out to show up in their world is like like the me building reports understanding the. Please don't phone me without permission because chances aren't doing something else. Therefore chances are you interrupted me and then all of a self number on the back foot to stop with love two texts me before you cool. We're probably going to have a better phone for most of us and that would be an example of somebody having a good enough relationship that if somebody knew they could tax me right we'd be more likely to do business together than somebody co calling me twenty times. It doesn't mean. I didn't want a conversation on the phone. I didn't want an unannounced compensating. Find perspective that's really good. Yeah i mean it's it's taken the. Yeah well it gets back to all things sale. Trust is not this one time one time thing and trust plays into the customer's willingness to respond to the questions. You ask and and. I think there's a part that that sellers miss is that customers are no obligation to answer your questions and they can answer. One of many ways. One of which serves superficial. Get away for here or one. Which is yeah. Let's let's dig deep into this. Well we're being reminded though in this conversation. Is the list your wealth hard and nobody wanted to believe that. Nobody's wanted to be reminded of that. And interestingly in the past with wasn't this much transparency the ones that we're getting great results which is doing all of this stuff in the background. Taking air of these things and show the numbers would come in. The wasn't the scrutiny. That was over it as to what exists today and a well where people looking for shortcuts. Nobody wants to hear what you need to do is to be genuine. Human being a person of your word be able to actually do a ton of research. Everybody wants to be like. How do you moss deal. Pitch a guarantee and ninety six percent goes and you know. What can you do to be how to squeeze an extra seventeen percent of profitability out from your masterful. Pricing presentation is not. How do you be a better human right..

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Chelsea remain unbeaten under Tuchel with big win over Everton

ESPN FC

03:53 min | 1 year ago

Chelsea remain unbeaten under Tuchel with big win over Everton

"Frank leboeuf and don hutchison with us. Reflect on chelsea's two nil victory over everton and stevie. I feel drawn to you. As one of thomas calls biggest critics. Surely now you get credit. And i don't understand this biggest critic. I'm just telling you the things that he's doing. Franklin paul was doing as well no to this game against them. There's no question they would a class above today. You know the to move the ball from the back to the medal to the front as fantastic right. Frank lampard teams will do that. The difference between this team and franks team is not given up goals. So now is a different. That's a big difference as a difference. But but the the two as is a frank was the manager of any of the team and the premier league. It wouldn't go side that's came to my argument because this chelsea would've league because they had a great defensive unit and how horrible patch yes denied up. No the going back to what we do. Best and far five scoring goals. The last name premier league games frontline. Bob was in charleston twelve goals. Guess war nine games friendly. The name games. The tickles beating child's guess. What twelve goals. In exactly the same as that is why i'm arguing. For frank lampard rushing tickled to buy goods. I'm just telling the goes against the eleven games. Defeats is the big caveat. Your argument the percent. Yeah tom without. Don't what do you think you agree. We'll stevie saying do not only thing i would say honest is. I was trying to be law towards franklin a good friend of mine and the job that don't watch chelsea and frank author vulnerable resolve torch. I wasn't sure what results that are going to get. They will fifty fifty game. Sometimes the majority of them went with him in someone against him. Breath sites almost took come in an extremely well. No eleven games in nine clean sheets. Dot is impressive. I thought that was that best performance against have that looked shop. Kyw hubbard's look fit a potentially cut out a couple of goals won't choke off for handball. Chalked off that it was an own goal but think this has been a change. I think in the mental illness to chelsea blows frank. Upn a big critic of since he made that big move from germany was this his best game in chelsea shirt today. Yes definitely i mean. It's an encouraging performance. Even if i think he can do much better. Because i him playing for liver kuzin last season i better than even today. So of course. I'm expecting a lot from a talented player and not because of the price that he's been paid he's been transferred you just because of the quality that he showed when he was being in the german league. I'm sure we can do much better. But he's on the way back to his best. And i wish him the best minnow. We don't have many things to say about that. Game jussie deserve to win. I think everton was really poor. Didn't show much during that game. He did what they knew. What to do emits defending well as as tv said and two goals and that's it and they are full five tennessee's bias especially to move to to school another goal but don't forget that we are waiting in the corner four chelsea by game that they had atletico and some of the games liverpool everton and the they won all those games so doing great on nothing much to say is not very entertaining but do the

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"franklin paul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Travers, ABC NEWS Washington On Twitter today, first lady Melania Trump praising the late reverence, dedication to civil rights thing. Dr King's pursuit of freedom and equal opportunity insured a brighter and more prosperous future for generations to come. All right, 5 48. Other news we're watching today. President Trump has a new executive order out tonight It sets his plans for a statute garden of heroes in Stone. Here's WBC's Madison Rogers since Confederate monuments and other statues were two faced and toppled last summer and racial justice protests, including the North and Christopher Columbus statue, President Trump has talked about putting together a garden of Heroes collection of statues in the nation's capital. The list of names he wants included is long. It includes both former Supreme In court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia names from Louis Armstrong to Neil Armstrong and among the Massachusetts natives on the list writers Henry David Thoreau. Where ALF, although Emerson, Emily Dickinson and Dr Seuss presidents John F. Kennedy, Calvin Coolidge and John Adams, Sam Adams to Ben Franklin, Paul Revere and several other names, only time will tell if this executive order will be rolled back by another in a matter of days. Madison Rogers WBZ Boston States radio Than 48 hours until the inauguration, and security is locked down pretty tight around the Capitol complex. ABC is Alex Stone is out on the streets of D. C. Near the White House. The infrastructures head up here is definitely ready for large crowds or big metal fences and gates all around the White House, the Capitol on the National Mall, But there's just nobody out here. A lot of troops walking around a lot of federal agents walking around it is cold. It is windy. Some folks who are kind of moving about and taking pictures. But as of right now, that's about it. And we're learning more information tonight about the siege on the U. S. Capitol, namely one of the rioters arrested admitted to wanting to kill lawmakers a witness alleging in an affidavit that Dominic Pa's Ola also discussed how he and others would have murdered House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Vice President Mike Pence if they had gotten the chance. In court papers and interviews. At least four pro Trump rioters have said they joined the march that spiraled into violence, in part because the president encouraged them to do so. That is a B C's Martha Raddatz or at 5 50. Before we check traffic authorities now looking into a long term security breach at one of the nation's busiest airports. He wanted to go up up and away. But he didn't go away a California man who told police that he was afraid to fly home because of covert 19. Has been arrested on charges that he hit in a secure area at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport for three months. The 36 year old man was spotted by two airline workers who demanded identification. Police say he showed a stolen airport worker I D Batch judge said she was shocked someone could remain in a secure area of the airport for so long without anyone noticing. Jim Krystle to CBS knows WBZ News radio is your trusted source for complete coverage of the inauguration of job. I And come alone here. I Joseph R. Biden Jr do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the inauguration of the 46, president of the United States of America. Joe Biden continuing coverage Wednesday until you BZ Boston's news radio, Johnny, You're over 65. Now winning you downsizing. I am worried about finding affordable housing with the pandemic and cost of assisted living. I really don't want to move to Florida and I don't want to go to a nursing home and Norbert Modular homes, we have the perfect alternative. Custom modular in law addition, built onto a family home. Imagine opening a door to be with your family and then closing a door to be home. It would be really great to be next to my grandchildren, and I could also help up my daughter get a.

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"franklin paul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Contact free BJ's live generously and a 4 55 Earlier today, President Trump issued an executive order a setting in stone. You could say his plans for a statue Garden of Heroes. WBC's Madison Rodgers takes a closer look sense. Confederate monuments and other statues were two faced and toppled last summer and racial justice protests, including the North and Christopher Columbus statue. President Trump has talked about putting together a garden of heroes collection of statues in the nation's cap. It'll. The list of names he wants. Included is long. It includes both former Supreme Court justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia. Names from Louis Armstrong to Neil Armstrong and among the Massachusetts natives on the list. Writers Henry David Thoreau, Well, Faldo, Emerson, Emily Dickinson and Dr Seuss Presidents John F. Kennedy, Calvin Coolidge and John Adams, Sam Adams to Ben Franklin Paul Revere and several other names. Only time will tell if this executive order will be rolled back by another in Matter of days. Madison Rogers WBZ Boston State radio. Well, just about that time of year, my friends where if you've gone through a bad breakup, or maybe you're dealing with a scorned lover, you have to navigate Valentine's Day. Well, the Bronx Zoo is helping you out. Once again this year. They're popular name a roach event. Is coming back. So if you shell out 15 bucks to the zoo, you too, can symbolically name a giant Madagascar hissing cockroach after your special or maybe not so special. Someone And of course, you always have the option to donate more. The zoo is not going to complain about that. But if you do you have the option of buying a plush roach toy. You can get a scented roach candle. Not sure what that would smell like, or you could even have your very own live virtual encounter with a roach. Which many of us I think would argue is maybe not what we want. It's 4 57 coming up in the news at five o'clock today,.

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"franklin paul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News Washington and the White House today, releasing a statement. President Trump Encouraging all Americans to quote re commit themselves to Dr King's dream by engaging in acts of service to others to their community and to our nation. Now, here in the Boston area, a statue of Dr King and his wife is set to become a fixture late next year in Boston Common Memorial to Martin Luther King Jr and his wife, Coretta Scott King, has been in the works since 2016. When finished, It'll sit in Boston common, the site reflecting Dr King's 1965 march from Roxbury to Boston Common the day after King Spoke in favor of desegregating schools. At a joint legislative session at the Massachusetts Statehouse. King and his wife first met while they were both students in Boston. They reportedly met on a blind date in 1951. The 22 FT tall bronze statue depicts four arms and his named the embrace. It's based on a photo of the couple hugging after King was awarded the Nobel Peace Price. The privately funded sculpture is expected to be finished and unveiled in fall of 2022 Very small WBZ Bost. It's news radio and speakers during the celebration of Dr King's Life in his hometown of Atlanta, say they want renewed dedication to Nonviolence. The Reverend Bernice King is Thies, slain civil rights leaders daughter, she said in an online church service today that physical violence and hateful speech in her words are out of control in the aftermath of the election and the deadly siege on the U. S. Capitol. Police came quoting your father is, she said mankind must choose between quote, nonviolent coexistence or violent co annihilation, and that she says it is possible to respond too late. It's 3 48. And today the president issued an executive order setting in stone his plans for a statue Garden of Heroes, calling it America's answer to a reckless attempt to erase our hero's values and entire way of life. Those the president's words, WBC's Madison, Rodgers explains Sense. Confederate monuments and other statues were two faced and toppled last summer and racial justice protests, including the North and Christopher Columbus statue. President Trump has talked about putting together a garden of heroes. Collection of statues in the nation's capital. The list of names he wants included is long. It includes both former Supreme Court justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia. Names from Louis Armstrong to Neil Armstrong and among the Massachusetts natives on the list writers Henry David Thoreau Wealth Waldo Emerson, Emily Dickinson and Dr Seuss. Presidents John F. Kennedy, Calvin Coolidge and John Adams, Sam Adams to Ben Franklin, Paul Revere and several other names. Only time will tell if this exact Kind of order will be rolled back by another in a matter of days. Madison Rogers WBZ Boston's news radio out security is locked down in the nation's capital ahead of the inauguration of Wednesday. NBC's Alex Stone is out on the streets by the White House, and he says it's close to a ghost town. The infrastructure set up here is definitely ready for large crowds or big metal fences and gates all around the White House, the Capitol on the National Mall, But there's just nobody out here. A lot of troops walking around a lot of federal agents walking around it is cold. It is windy. Some folks who are kind of moseying about and taking pictures. But as of right now, that's about it. And also today we're getting some new information about the deadly riot at the Capitol. We've learned one of the people involved who was arrested, admitting to wanting to kill lawmakers, a witness alleging in an affidavit that Dominic is Ola also discussed how he and others would have murdered House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. And vice President Mike Pence if they had gotten the chance in court papers and interviews. At least four pro Trump rioters have said they joined the march that spiraled into violence, in part because the president encouraged them to do so. And that is a B C's Martha Raddatz. In time of 3 51 authorities looking into a long term security breach at one of the nation's busiest airports. He wanted to go up up in a way, but he didn't go away a California man who told police that he was afraid to fly home because of covert 19 has been arrested on charges that he hit in a secure area at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport for three months. The 36 year old man was spotted by two airline workers who demanded identification. Police say he showed a stolen airport worker I d badge. Judge said she was shocked someone could remain in a secure area of the airport for so long without anyone noticing. Jim Krystle, a CBS NEWS WBZ NEWS radio is your trusted source for complete coverage of the inauguration of Jill Biden and Kamila Harris, Joseph R. Biden Jr do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the inauguration of the 46, president of the United States of America. Joe Biden continuing coverage Wednesday until you BZ Boston's news radio. Are you downside? Using moving, having.

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"franklin paul" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We have to be really careful with social media, You know, really? It's part of a kind of anger economy, You know, I mean, every angry post Generates arguments and rejoinders is basically feeding. Ah attack economy that's built in part on anger, and it's something that I really encourage people not to participate in social media is a fundamental part of life. I'm on it all the time. But if you go on there and you participate in bickering, you're feeding into a model that basically monetized conflict. Absolutely. And what is your 10 Day? Miracle Challenge me. Oh, this is something I'm doing right now is a matter of fact. I've been reading about this for a couple of years. Really simple, but I believe very powerful. Basically you select a goal that you want. In the short term. You really boil it down to a very simple sentence. You draw a grid of 10 boxes representing 10 days. For each of those end days. You focus on your goal as fully and completely as you can, and you bring to bear all efforts on it. Outer efforts you know, out in the world working towards your goal. In her efforts like Visualisation prayer affirmations, and my demand in terms of this exercise is that you carried out for 10 days. And watch very, very carefully for the arrival of what you're looking for What you're wishing for because my contention is we overlook miracles all the time. Because they reach us in ways that either seemed to ordinary or that don't match our mind's eye image of what we want. There are lots of ancient myths and parables of gods or angels or deities. Appearing to humanity disguised like wandering strangers. I think there's a great psychological truth in that the things that we're looking for very often reach us, but they reach us in ways that are unfamiliar or unexpected, so we overlooked them. Point of the 10 Day. Miracle Challenge is to overcome that and to watch very, very intently and very, very carefully for the arrival ofthe just what we want, but it might come in a way that's disguised. That's either very ordinary, or that's very unusual. It's an exercise. In watchfulness, and people have had enormous results with it. I was going to say what happens after the 10 days very often. I get letters from people all the time telling me That's something that they needed critically in their lives either comes to them within the 10 Day period or comes or the cement gets set. For what they need to arrive at some time later, But they looked back and they find that the events that led to whatever their fulfillment is We'll put into motion during those 10 days. I have an article called the 10 Day. Miracle Challenge. The supposed to that medium, and I also write about it in one of my other recent books, called the Miracle Habits. You are a Booster of astrology, aren't you? Yeah, I believe astrology. Has relevance for contemporary people. I believe the reason astrology has endured is because a critical mass of people find that it works for them, You know, just think about it. The roots of modern astrology, which has undergone a lot of permutations and changes, but the earliest roots air from ancient Babylon. Astrology that we use got codified more or less in ancient Rome. It's really strange that almost everybody walking around today knows his or her sun sign. You know, you're a Virgo your liberal your Scorpio and can tell you something about it. It's one of the oldest pretensions. Of religious ideas, and I think people find relevant Senate. Ah, there's a piece I just did with Vice news talking about the endurance of astrology, and I don't think it's relevance could be written off. Hucksterism or people just, you know, engaging in wishful or so called magical thinking. I think the principles of astrology although they've undergone a lot of changes hold relevance forests in the contemporary world. That's something I explore in the Seeker's good. We've got lots of astrologers. Mitch is you know who come on the program and I got to tell you some of the things were pretty uncanny. When they talk about the future, you know, my contention is I believe that astrology Your basic birth sign Natal Astrology can offer a thumbprint of character. I just think we've seen too much testimony to that effect to write off that question. And, yes, it's objective. Yes, it could be kind of a roar Shack. So can most therapy. Frankly, if I was to write off astrologers for subjectivity and after right off most therapists for subjectivity, the fact is, I do think your basic natal horoscope. Can give you Ah sort of some print of character. It is amazing. Now Secret Societies, which Manley P hauled contended was what built the United States. I think those societies they're still out there, Mitch. What do you think? Well, you know, I take a positive view of some of the secret societies is manly himself. You know, Freemasonry. Ah really was a very serious influence among some of our founders George Washington, Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, John Hancock and outside number of Washington's generals were masons and outside number of the framers of the Constitution. The signers of the Declaration refree. Mason's Masonry was one of the most radical movements to emerge from the Reformation. It basically Held to the idea that you could believe in one creator one greater force, but you could have different ideas of how that greater force might exist or might be manifest in our world, and it promoted this idea that people could have Different religious views but coexist within one common organization and that principal got extrapolated on in America that people could have different religious views. With coexist within one nation that that sounds like ordinary civics to us today, But it was very, very radical during the time that the American colonies were developing, and that influence entered American Colonial thought. To a significant degree through Freemasonry, and I think we have to come to terms with that aspect of her history. I take a positive view of masonry. And some of the other so called secret societies, including Rosa Crew shin is, um, including the historical Illuminati. You know, some of these groups really vouchsafed ideas about individual liberty. The personal search esoteric meaning and That played out in our early national life. Well, didn't that really developed too? When we broke away from Britain to a very good extent, you know, America was founded as a I mean, look, they were commercial interests. There were mercantile interests. But ah, lot of the most seminal founders of America were fleeing religious persecution in the old world, and you find This imprint this thumbprint our history going back to the 16 hundreds where you had mystical monks, founding colonies on the banks of the with the Chicken Creek in Philadelphia. You know, this is part of our history. Shakers were Quaker SEC that were fleeing persecution in Manchester, England. William Penn was a Quaker who founded Philadelphia as the so called city of Brotherly love, a place where he believed people could gather and co exist even though they had different religious ideas that was the basis of the founding of our country and You know, religious heresy. Religious radicalism was as much a part of American life is anything else absolutely mature. What's with us? Mitch? Where do people get the seekers Guide to the secret teachings of knowledge? Well, they could buy it on Amazon in either kindle form or Or ah, physical form an audio edition, which I narrate will be out in a few weeks.

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"franklin paul" Discussed on The Prememento Podcast

The Prememento Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on The Prememento Podcast

"From still throwing out there look to fit the the football Jiji and they also ties to sign. There isn't really anything that we've seen nowadays -pletely. Known is it a case of way way back the era of the ply manager the we will not and we're gonNA talk about load. Listen to the first episode of this series with a good couple applies the became manages that we're GonNa talk about the plant manager, the Holy Roy fall the I'm just going to go out and say you coming gigging or pick Kenny Dalglish this condo type that went out of fashion, and then you've got nowadays Gerard you've got the lamb pods that's so of Fascist Combat Kane and in my head and maybe your head a fellow there's nothing in between a wall Wilson was necessarily apply manager I never really fit that moat. He just feel a little bit like a very very. Only incarnation of the cross between the to- incentive like he's the frogman part of his diet without necessarily being very follow club. But the why he was given the job, the role did the first year a probably looked a little more successful in the moment when you're looking back on it, I'm not trying to slide. This is genuine me using it as an excuse dislike Franklin Paul put just a failed locates in that. So mould and I didn't necessarily know or feel that that's what I was GonNa think started researching this where he got the to superstar KS, to begin with Cardiff. Era Kevin and Kenny. Then you Kinda go keeping that colloquialisms alive. You've got Steve Franken kind of gutter superstar on a plastic Donnie Wilson is the gristle that's kind of kept the mill going Mosad managerial history really type of is both of these neither. Is Not superstar Blah is like a solid player. He was a solid midland comedy career in terms of the rich history of English foot. We got a lot more closure a lot more history MRS lot more opportunities. PLAS- to kind of match kind of. The playing style to the manager starred in terms of what you make achievement very loosely. So you've got scope kind of superstar players come soups on manages bitterly plasmids. Terrible. Class. Company Baiju. So I don T wilson similar to Steve Jordan Frank nonpartisan they had long planned careers and then there now miges Wilson he at least. Eased his way into the manager. He was applying direction voluntarily. On the gate I suppose you say, Lampard for big club God giving a big. Bills. dimply for big clubs particularly taking. A site we'll give you a similar kind of. The comparison falls apart when you go to the end of Danny, Wilson's permitting, manage your career and you go if you Giraldo. Lampard into that situation able handler suspect maybe not perfectly I could ride the I a little bit better than dynamos was able to. Yeah. Spicer is kind of that Ted safe. You've been a big game player big moments times of high pressure at the top end than you guys frost bit more respects be caught us way to go more experienced to kind of draw Ronnie tens of it was almost the opposite of Donaldson Friday's big moments replies who for playing career how achieved a lot more even though what if the high heights? Grip. But in terms of jail Lampe, you could probably throw win the Almighty they might be tactically naive or call it style rubber in terms of where they are and. Careers today especially for Gerard noted, applies used managed in none of the Games, how played bigger games. And speaking of know implying a high level, there is no podcast of that..

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"franklin paul" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

12:31 min | 2 years ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"With you and may join us on the Atman in Blazers Book Wednesday. Podcasts are the best. Po Costs designed to lift. The spirit. Gives YOU KOREAN BASEBALL LEVEL. Energy? Oh so as a thrill of thrills to have this man join us a great friend of the port. A Gen. Who has a kid was one of the greatest strikers in America in his imagination dude literally painted a target on the top of his head to become a better target man? America his ability to dunk a basketball made soccer's lost the NBA's gain but as much as he adores hoops a part of his state in love with football in general and Chelsea in particular twin Cameroon Simulator Jersey. As we speak he's been on the pitch at Stamford Bridge won't says much is Christie and Pulisic and no. I wasn't the only one who thought I at ten party. Espn documentary on Sunday. Night was called the last snaps and was a biopic fittingly all about him instead of the Baluch out of Akron. Ohio and your Cleveland. Cavaliers is a joy to welcome back to men in Blazers. It's Mr Larry. Nance Junior Raj. Thank you for having me on here. Josh it's been way too long. Yeah let that happened. It's a little bit since I was lost with the Larry. We'll say just hearing your voice. You might be the best junior since Franklin Paul Junior your home in Akron. Ohio wearing wish everyone could see this blazer with Cameroon Jersey. Underneath who says that Combo doesn't work you make it work. How you holding up with a look down life Larry. I am doing everything I can do. Mainly just trying to stay sane. Make sure my wife doesn't divorce me after this too lofty goals and she thought about a huge amount of policy weeks since the age of sixteen. You've been grappling with Crohn's disease a chronic inflammation of the digestive tract and underlying condition. The makes the flu and even common cold the Big concern so corona virus even more say in going back to the days when Rudy go bad and the NBA players began to test positive which fills like years ago. In many ways take spotlight. What was going on inside your head. It must have been terrifying fee. It was. It was shocking. I mean you know. Obviously you know you hear about year. We heard about it all the world but now the fact that it came states so quickly and you know got somebody that I had from the time. He got diagnosed. I had played him and started late. Thirty five minutes against him. Him specifically Within the past week was horrifying. I was scared for myself scare for my wife's scared from my family who I've been around so those Syria Times for the entire NBA. But obviously you know hindsight's twenty twenty. I didn't have it. I don't have it so you know. Knock on wood. Thank goodness that but like you said this time is just. It's the worst terror. Israel really go bad. Was she talking about coming? Oh men in blazes we thought about movement was God what some people do cow coming into all punit room chain. Ta yesterday about what's been keeping you saying. Over the past few weeks you mentioned a little known obscure television show eight ten pot docu series cold. Loss Don's Larry when you watch it the brutal battles in the paint the terrible surfaces feel like a completely different game from the one you're playing it doesn't feel two different So I have a unique perspective on like when I get to watch the documentary so I like you said. I'm the best junior since Frank Lampard junior so I have my. I watched with my senior with you know with my dad. And who actually battled with Jordan? You know ninety makes a cameo when he came on with it that's Larry's dad playing along with pricing there with it. Exactly yes he played against Jordan for a long time so I I see it from the League that I'm in. My Dad sees the league that that we're watching the documentary and so You know we have our little playful banter back and forth but man oh man that that was a physical game this guy. Gosh it's hard to deny him as the greatest of all time. What does Larry Senior site when he does he say if there was the price and Dorothy Docu series with tell another story no? My Dad's swears to this day. That the cavs were better team than the Bulls that won that year. And that's actually what the documentary said so in that came out and he. You know the documentary. Mj said it himself. My Dad just like felt this sense of sense of relief like okay as long as other people knew that the better team didn't win that time you know it's alright. Cleveland CEO Everton eight in so many ways but there were some amazing players by then. But that's a whole is haunt to look at some of these guys the will produce the bill Wennington and imagine them as modern pigment. You think damn wish. I could've played them. I think that sometimes and then I also think about guys like which I mean this with no disrespect because they're NBA players their top in the world but leading our league one of the best players in our league is Nicole Yokich. We have Joe Ingles who you know. He said himself he doesn't look like the most imposing basketball player. We have guys that We have guys that you could put in any air and you kind of look at them like what? Then you roll the ball out. And they could. They can do some things with it so There are a few players that I wish I got into play against. Mj being one of them but at the same time we have. I mean we have Lebron Kevin Durant. We've got some guys that the next generation is going to be saying the same thing LNG Leeann nuns junior combining to be an unstoppable twin towers. I can just picture it now. Has Watching it change what you think about. Mj Is he the goat Who This is a tough question? Because I feel like in most people's mind it's either Jordan or Lebron Right Kevin love or yes Kevin. Love is actually my goat besides Luc Longley. Yeah let's leave to altuve subjective choices out Lebron or Jay Uric Akron boy. You grew up watching Lebron playing high school right and I got to play with them in the final. So I mean I'm very partial to choosing Lebron but my dad says otherwise. So you know the the household is split yet. Leno messy is always the right answer. I'm fascinated agreed by watching the last month and seeing how amongst the young generation you know the under twenty one's if you will a renewed appreciation for the League's history. You know my kids and now suddenly telling me stories about the magic. If they grew up watching them you know my my eight year old is like Dad Larry. Bird one school a forty seven point triple double using only his left hand to rest is right for game against the Lakers. You feeling that kind of resurgence. A historic appreciation. Yes absolutely. Yeah I mean even right now all all kids know as no Charles Barkley as is just the NBA the NBA mess around with Shack Kenny. And you know those guys but to see him see him run around with Jordan. The finals holding his own is a whole different light. That people people in this age. Don't really see him as so it's been really cool to see to see guys like Luc Longley their experience. Yes you they're do their their. I feel sorry for kids. Difficult to see roby mistake. Play for Middlesbrough back. In the day I mean. So many bio-pics must now be in the works right now. Like editors producers the hockey. Milan Joon biopic the Patrick Ewing. And if anyone is listening you can just sign me up to meet the George Maurice and won't because I am all over it but I do want to talk about life without basketball which we are all living now. Sadly the truth is you know the loss daunte. Is this close over the last dance as you call it. Heya is as close as we're getting to live sports right now to the NBA. The of and that's part the joy of watching it. You know seeing the action seeing the sweat seeing that dunks and it must be particularly galling for you that the NBA suspended you having search consistencies and until the polls have play does a ton of room coming out of the NBA about returning bias. Ferret Conditions Bubble League and which plays play games an empty stadia obsoleted hotels and either Vegas or Disney. Whatever first of all honestly can you give us some insight and this is interesting from a basketball perspective interesting for my football perspective. The premise how elite athletes handley uncertainty of the news and spooling and changing almost every day. Short answer not well You know we're we're used to being you know being the most. Were being the most important. Your trainers coaches. Come to us and say. Hey Larry What do you want today? What do you need today? What is the fact that we're just sitting back and have zero control over in? What's what makes it that more difficult much more difficult is that public places are closed so most gyms and most hoops are closed. So we can't even get into just shoot a little bit and so We're not handling. Will I mean guys are guys are struggling trying to figure out where to work out at and all this stuff but I think there's optimism that we're GONNA finish the season at some point but With with that optimism. There's also a little bit doubt in the back of everybody's head that it's GonNa take us a full month to get back in shape when if that does happen so it's GonNa be we're GONNA need some time in the in the football rail coon Esguerra as talked about how football is a not really talking about the idea of leaving the family and going into the bubble and how that is a low of an articulated fair amongst the players. He said the majority of plans scared. They've got family. They have they have babies. Is your sentences in your mind or you WanNa get back one of the feel bull in my hands WanNa Fail WanNa hear the sound of Hardwood It's I think I agree with them. 'cause me while. I don't why don't have children myself. There are guys that you know my team. Matthew Della Vedova has a newborn so I can't imagine him going interacting with all these guys and exposing himself and then going back home to this thing that he cares about with all of his being and potentially passing that on so for me while all I wanna do is just go shoot dribble and and get some good sweat in. There are guys that that if they didn't WANNA come back for that reason I would totally understand inventory respectively phrase. Get a good sweating. I haven't had a good sweat and about seventy three years friend. The Great Mark Stein at the New York Times. He is our friend despite being a big Manchester City. Fanny Room Marvelous Pete which you were quoted and which you've just hinted at and this is astonishing to me how many MBA players. I funding mind-blowing. How many of them living condos know. We always imagine them living in ridiculous sized house his wherever thinks enormous and they press a button and the dinner table slips into the floor and a hardwood surface comes out and they have an indoor basketball court that turns out to only exist in shacks reality in my imagination star player. Like Milwaukee's Yanez Oklahoma. City's Chris Paul Portland. Cj mccollum have come weeks weeks without shooting a basketball during what would normally be playoff time as Leonard. The Miami said I come remember a time in my life since probably the third grade that I've gone this long six weeks without shooting a basketball. You amongst them Larry. When did you lost shoot? I can't remember the exact date.

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"franklin paul" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Yeah that was fan tastic sound of the Rockies barbershop quartet you guys were really really good thanks so much yeah coterie so you guys are Dave Adam Franklin Paul Paul how long have you been together is a barber shop quartet we've been singing together for just the four of us a couple years yeah apple months I'm sorry to hear how many barbershop quartets to sound the Rockies have a we have sixteen quartets out there delivering singing Valentine is this I mean I you guys singing around but it's just like your busy time of year people say this is a neat gift to give somebody says something that that bars of course is do all over the United States pretty much anywhere you are in the country you're gonna be able to find it of course it's got quartets out delivered Valentine's day huge day for us how surprised are I imagine mostly the ladies that you go to their workplace and you come in there and all of their co workers come around and are pretty excited out it draws a crowd and it's the you know you get two years and you get some blood run sometimes but sometimes it's it's it's fun to sing some Valentine so the gentleman to all of that would be good so do you do I mean you probably have your repertoire but you do requests of people so he can you sing to some seemingly national you know the song will sing of Korea absolutely who let the dogs out something you know people say Hey I you know love stinks of have a little fun with Valentine's something kind of your silly like that we might be throw some how much is a singing Valentine telegram today and can I still get one you guys all booked up we are not booked up and you can absolutely still getting you run out of time though it is Valentine's day we're gonna be delivering a starting at eight o'clock this morning at sixty dollars you can order them on our website all day long gonna be delivering insulate I believe six or eight o'clock tonight best websites out of the Rockies dot com can go there yeah what is the IBM you get the tears you get the joy is there ever been a reaction the stone you guys off to say that is not what I was into sat was my ex husband who said yeah you know I I remember delivering one in a mechanics shop was in the garage and his boss had purchased it for a minute was a total spoof in homes like under the car had no idea video input on line it was great so how much time does sound of the Rockies take up for you guys this is a really me I don't know if it's a part time job for you but it's got to be a pass we meet every Thursday night yeah and and you know it's those of us that are involved in other things as you know the music team or a board of directors or core tad Sir you know probably three days a week for most of us I would say yeah what are your professions outside of this mean all can sing professionally but what else you guys I'm a stay at home dad okay three daughters I'm a technical writer a technical writer and I work at a bank manager okay and on the server bartender not all you guys are all a word that's awesome can we hear one more song yeah where we say goodbye sound of the Rockies dot com sixty Bucks today get that singing Valentine for your loved one my well I would be thank you for and you you I and so see you I and you too we also sounds of coloring I had straight guys thanks so much we appreciate it thank you checking your drive right now.

How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal

ESPN FC

06:19 min | 2 years ago

How Chelsea will line up vs Arsenal

"Program affirming league matches over the next seventy two hours. Big Tomorrow Chelsea against also at Stamford Bridge. We focus on Chelsea because it really me has been quite a roller coaster. Franklin pod side over the last few weeks they just can't get any sort of consistency going. Frank Leboeuf let's start with view is a former Chelsea man. How concerned are you with that form of late? I'm not too much concern about the fact that Chelsea he has no consistency Because of what happened last summer the fight it couldn't get any a new player. Franklin pod with a young coach as many young players in the squad. And and of course you're going to find an experience in that in that matter and for me just normal to see after Boxing Day player need to digest the fact that they are to play too many. I need to many games in the short show. Timing so I'm not surprised. A little bit frustrated sometimes especially against Newcastle. They saw the game. And then you say Oh my God. Yeah Yeah they should have done better. Of course he can do better every time better but Nobody could have bet jussie could have been do know fourth Even in January five months ahead of bunches to united and some other clubs. So it's not that bad but consider that you have what joining you you can t willion as very experienced top world players. Otherwise very young gems mount police each Arab labral Doi and some and some other. So it's just normal to suggest strugging little bits at some point but but I think it's stealing from me a positive season and a good season from Franklin pollen the players. Well it depends. I suppose on how it all ends. Isn't it because as much as he's gone gone in good grace considering the start of the season. You're in a position now. Where Really Champions League has to be your goal considering as well? Let's go number on the uniting right and Spurs and also Latin mass which you talked about before you wouldn't talk four. I understand he's done well. But Cohen you need to get over the line. Yeah absolutely it's good to be an optimistic and rightly so but at the same time I think frank of all the manages a thing he'll be the straight one listen asking we're going to need it. A complete rebuild united as we said a way off and I think frank will be frustrated because the losses at the bridge the losses against West Ham Southampton bomber loss loss against Newcastle last week. It's Jones Park. This team could be sitting in second they could be well. Clear and nailed on fought for so frank will probably be for straight because Frank Atlanta's John about it'd be frustrated because you'll be looking what's behind him and it'd be thinking if inconsistent and all of a sudden if spurs or United Wolves can really really good run together we might be then endanger missing out on top four so that will be a real concern. I do happen to find some against at home so a little bit of a contradiction I know but awesome in great form under medical arts. Only one winning five. They look very flaky leaking goals of fun and I think this might be the ideal game for Chelsea. The last thing they would've would've needed was a was a tricky tie against someone that's going to sit in and that's why they've struggled. I need more goals from areas so I think this type again going to come at them actually might suit Chelsea going frank quickly. Yeah just one. To two done of course is frustrating and of course Franklin Paul can be an could have been better but again you know when when you see when we talked we can talk about mentioned saination and we did a lot of time in every shows that we do when you see us and as you said you know. Shrugging you can wonder you know if it's not something positive. Don't forget that Chelsea is still in the Champions League so it means a lot you know with the young and experienced players achieving. What Franken Capote's doing right now is something for me and I think we try to de mean what is doing and what the players doing? And we can't have too much into to team who does well overall doesn't know what is the biggest level. Yeah I think I agree the same time. When you look at the squad's that are going for the top? Four take take months in Liverpool at the equation Chelsea of the best squad. Another young still got in my opinion. The best squad at of all the big teams trying to get in the top four in you mentioned the goalkeeper who's not ungrateful got good defenders. James is a very promising play until you ruediger. That is one of the Best Senator Offs in my opinion the League. Then you go into midfield and we talk about Canton Coverage Georgina. They've got the talent in our no. Franks looking for someone. That's going to score them. Goals Dell's because Williams hasn't got too many to shine. That put a sixteen injured but the looking for more from Hudson adopt more from Pedro who hasn't started to many games so anno- is quite happy with is the front man that he's GonNa bring crust strike or of course but I know that he's looking from goals in a wide area pre in the studio call him Lampert. BFF Traffic Birth Frank. They were talking about we. We've gone too much time. Well I don't Care Chelsea we'll just stay on whether we can move the break then whether we sit here and talk show scar till the coast. Come home until I know the different because the transfer of Baden Lost Eden is odd. But Let let's. It's not cry about all that stuff. We're talking Solska with heads injuries and has job frontline. Pop cannot escape scrutiny. If Chelsea I self destruct and overtaken by this horrible united site or will or maybe even taught them lit run so he can't. We cannot judge and sit here even save source guys not necessarily as a Frank Lampard. Doesn't get them into four from the position. Then I'm afraid and he's going to have to come his way who wins tomorrow. Chelsea Elsie to catch up with more HISLOP's fascinating musings. You can catch all day podcast which is available on the website. Plenty of bonus material there as well

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"franklin paul" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

The 2 Robbies

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on The 2 Robbies

"Now you heard jim white that talk about dovid louise and has not yet dumb from chelsea to also also bats because there is a little bit of leeway on transfer window deadline day. This is what's called a deal sheet. If a club has an agreement with another club late in the window they can submit this sheet to the premier league which buys them some time to submit that necessary paperwork. The dill sheet has to arrive fully completed by now before the trumpster window closes at noon eastern so once the sheet arrived at the premier league clubs then got until two p._m. To submit the full paperwork which is why we're on for another two hours because we should get a few trickles from some other deals that have been done and making it in the next couple of hours. Now we're going to focus on chelsea football as we continue our roundup of all the premier league clubs in order. They finished last season. <hes> of course they have a transfer ban so they can't bring anybody in christian pulisic did they did bring him in january and he was sent back on loan to bristol dormant when he is now back with them and matteo kovic was there alone he's became a permanent <hes> fifty one million dollars from real madrid. Tom's all loan players returning. We know chelsea do send a lot out. He has brought more for a lot of them. Backers frank lampard including lights and makes him out to did so well forefront lamport halt when he was w manager last season christian pulisic. I mentioned back for dortmund and tammy abraham who does it every season. It seems in the championship county do it as number nine for chelsea this season tommy abraham back from loan as well so i bought we're of course on holidays when he was made the chelsea head coach on july the fourth thirteen thirteen seasons with the blues between one and fourteen top scorer in the history of the clock as a midfielder. Let's not forget two hundred eleven goals picking up eleven major trophies including the champions league and three premier league titles just the one season though of managerial experience and that was last year with darby county to the big question is how will they do. It's already at his made. A decision about dovid louise doesn't want him at the club played with them which is interesting but he looks like he's going to ask now. Lashing devon louise will get done. You think in the next two two hours yes i think it will find powder's made it very very clear to louise apply that you said rebecca did they shared together when they were both players at stanford bridge when they were both at chelsea was football as franklin powder mike and his little bit friction. I think behind the scenes who really runs his club. Who's your powerful figure. Who's running the show behind the scenes in that dresser. Dan lewis very very powerful very very influential figure of the nas few years and of course one of the big flavors of run around with each but franklin paul is also. If i read that cobb the hero the returning hero he's making his mulcair louise not quite him well closets but he can make mistakes on the pitch all of a sudden three seconds later ball all in the back of the net. He's been ruthless. This is frank lampard making his mouth. He's in control of chelsea. He's building that same that he wants the frustration. I think though yes that i would them set that with chelsea announcing the savvides didn't train with that club whose definitely chelsea's training ground he tried separately away from the first thing with us these last ever appearance com he's moving to also an also will announce our signing okay soon as we get that announcement from austin we will let you know it's upstairs to all alongside rubiano's who knows chelsea very well of course crabs will grow me play with frank lampard robby. You've played against you coaching budgies with him as well. Didn't you last last year and his licenses actually..

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"franklin paul" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on ESPN FC

"But now questions on Joe Genia was Chelsea midfielder being linked with Lincoln. We saw Zhao Santos's agency. We'll wait a few days to figure out whether there is any truth in these interest mentioned in the papers right now. He's happy at Chelsea found a great atmosphere. We can't really say he'd like to go elsewhere, but anything can happen in the transfer market. We will wait and see pretty noncommittal from Joji gino's, h he's only one year into a five year deal. Chelsea any chance. This happens Gavin goes to cheer in. By the way, that is wonderful agents exactly what I would want. My agent to say. I think with the transfer bound in place. Chelsea have an issue with with bodies in, in midfield. Right. Because obviously call which is going to go back to row Madrid after his loan Loftus cheek is out for a long, long time. You've got contact. You got Barclay, you've got Georgina. Maybe they can bring Mason mount back or Buckeye yoga or whatever. But the reality is, I think they need they need Georgina in the big. So I don't see a chance of this, and I think you've also their inclination is to hand the keys of the midfield to panic bringing Stewart Robson for the first time today. How you doing robo? I wanna get your take just on the big picture. What's going on at Chelsea? We salary gone, and very potentially Frank. Lamp coming in. You can weigh in on Joe Gino, to just give us your assessment of happenings in west London. Sorry come the end of it. Although he wasn't liked by the fence did a fairly good job. But he was always, he's wish I think to go back into Italy. I didn't think he was particularly happy with the way the fans treated him and Franklin pods difficult one because every other Darby manager over the last few years is being sent be perceived as a failure for not getting promotion difference. With Franklin is a media. Everybody seems to want him to be the next Chelsea manager. And he didn't have quite the money to spend the previous dobby manages had so he can going back to chills. He's going to be loved by the fans. He's going to be given that little bit extra time. He did what with the young players Dhabi, and that's probably what shows you're looking at some of these players might go back to Chelsea so you showed that he could coach young pleasant creek develop them. And that's what he might have to do with this transfer event. Poll franklin. Paul is, is it the right move for channels in his direction stirred that Chelsea ran with a transfer bum, then it's probably going to be that type of a move. Yes. Is it risky? Yes, it is on the executive of the same reasons that the robo says you'd like it in essence is the right thing to do. It's ghosts so much against the grain of how they've done pre if I'm perfectly southern is a massive risk on the on the different circumstances. They would have gone elsewhere. But I think you know, everybody needs a chance who knows he may be able to pull it off. He may be able to work with young kids got a young kids. He was a fantastic midfield player himself. You know, he's good management skills. He's going to have to have that. But this is a big Aston than w to Chelsea staying with you poll at Manchester United fifty million pounds linked with one, the Saka from Crystal.

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"franklin paul" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You the fact that you have a bunch of older players in there. Are you going to get maturity and Aaron Ramsey to go and run around and do the work that and go Conde last year? Are you going to get the centrebacks to go in and play the defensive higher line especially when they're older now? I'm not sure I'm not sure how this is all going to work. I think he certainly has his work cut out from Franklin Paul to replace him. That seems to be the impetus right now. There's also talk that, that Darby has offered him a new contract to try and get him to stay. No doubt, Darby will want compensation. No question. Franklin part. And also, we need to give a shout out to Jody Morris, of course. Who was former Chelsea youth coach and did really, really well. He's parts assistant. He'll be coming in as well. If they do come in that seems to be the direction in which they're heading. It's amazing. How that tackle this to find the PISA alum Paul, but lake soldiers got ten extent, it's much more experienced by the way of managing than front. Bent years, more experience years and years is amazing how finds jokes funds or any funds when when a club appoints a manager. And you, you don't agree with how fix out being. I trying, you know, fight you off because you'd against this Klobe even though this. Manager. Hasn't got any real experience apart from ten to twelve months at Darby now he's very tricky situation. Yeah. Ten chilly at Chelsea with players going with signing issues with engineers to younger guys. The social media from from some this less just, just written as well as all the young guys are gonna get John's. No, no. That's, that's not necessarily the case because it's still a results driven business on. Why might be a nice sentiment he'll mobile and then it'd be Stevie end today. You want to be giving young guys a chance if the good. No, where you're going to get results. And I don't see anything else than trying to appease a section of the support. It's a mistake. Well, we can see that before to get the job. You can't see that before to get Joel. But he doesn't have the experience. You know, when you're the head coach, right. You've probably spend more time dealing with things other than coaching on the field. There's no there's no way. Frank doesn't always on union. This five is as far as. Xs and os and tactics and all this stuff, but, but so much more goes into the actually what you see on the field as dealing with please making decisions going to boat things, the right way. And that comes with time and experience and Frank doesn't have that. And most of all has no experience of dealing with what's going to happen with no sign ins. You've lost your best player. The guys are going to be relying on the future and not going to be joining the team because their NGO the lakes, the lakes, have da. And he's going to she's allusion. He's, you know experience how handle handle up, it's amazing. How am both if you compare to two guys, but into bed clubs source, Karen, lot and front lump on the booth Wavell headed intelligent, experienced football guys. But it's amazing that perception perceptions, incredible among supporters in almost closed. The big picture, and sorry blindfold. Source car and lump pob, particularly lump piles if he had no Chelsea connection, and had one years, managerial experience Darby county. This would be degraded when they failed to get promotion. Well, they. In addition more than decent for season. But I've no connection for that football club best derided ridiculous. It's a crazy notion that seem to have as that because guy played for a club, a understands the quote about the Chelsea fans, who is screaming yet, but look quantity Ola he didn't have any coaching experience came in. Things like that. But he did he did. Well, we're going to be a also ill..

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"franklin paul" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

16:40 min | 3 years ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"We are back with Mitch Horowitz. Mitch is a writer in residence at his new York Public Library lecture and residents of the university of philosophical research in LA and the pen award winning author of a number of books mitch's written on everything from war on witches the secret life of Ronald Reagan for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and so many others is a regular contributing guest here on coast to coast with his latest work the secret history of America. Mitch welcome back. Thank you so much great to be here. I'm in Saint Louis, but I understand you're going to be in LA coming up this week. There Friday and Saturday, I'm giving a couple of lectures at manly campus in Griffith park. And very to be there angels. Speaking of men leap e hall. Here's a guy who was born in Canada died in Los Angeles in nineteen ninety but he was an author lecturer astrologer. He was a mystic, but he affected you allot. Disney tremendously. Today is thanks to be all I never met him. Because as you said he died in nineteen ninety and I wasn't on my path at that time. But Manley was the first person who gave me the idea that you could study the Colt the Terek as a real scholar historian and everything that I'm doing today. I I really him. In a cultist or anything like that? He really was Georgina. He was very interested in tarot ancient Egyptian philosophy astrology as you mentioned and the esoteric dimensions of our own history in America. You know, there was no question that Manley wasn't willing to pursue and he pursued it with great vigor. He was a very strange guy in that. He thought America was part of a secret plan. Didn't he? Yes, he did that that that was really central is ideal. And and that's the centerpiece of the secret history of America. Manley believed that ancient philosophers dating back to the Veronica age in Egypt up through the freemasons. And the Rosa crews and other secret societies had preserved the ideal of founding a kind of society that protected the individual search for meaning society that encouraged individuals to look in all places without any limits without any walls without any doctrines. And he felt that the founding fathers, many were freemasons themselves had founded that ideal society at least in its ambient form in America. And that was Manley's analysis of America's secret destiny was he respected person. Mitch during his time. He was unknown in many ways, George, you know, he he wasn't recognized in that Cady Mia, although he did privately. Inspire many academics. He wasn't well known within politics. Although there was a very famous president will talk about who was close friends with manly. Not too long ago. And I keep thinking when I hear the name Alastair Croly. I keep thinking of someone like manly p hall, but those were two different distinctive people in terms of what they did. Right. Different. Manley didn't really approve of Crowly because I think he considered Croly kind of destructive figure, and he was very wary of the fact that many people around Croly hit met with difficult ends and for manly. The search had to be ethical, first and foremost is his values were really the values of Ralph WALDO Emerson essays like self reliance, and and and the oversaw he believed that there was a transcendent purpose to life. But that that purpose had to involve treating others well in a sense Manley's ho career was based on an esoteric reading of the golden rule. So we understand you're going to break an exclusive on the program tonight about manly p hall and his involvement relationship with the president. That's right. I read about this in the introduction to secret history of America. It's an absolute fact that manly and Ronald Reagan. We're good friends. And that Reagan met with him several times when he was governor of California. And I I began to get on the central back in two thousand ten when I realized that there were certain ideas, and actual phrases showing up in Reagan speeches that were clipped paced directly from the halls ideas. And I did some interviews with some of the folks who is still around and I aim them in the introduction. They absolutely confirmed to me that Reagan when he was governor of California met several times with manly p hall, and some of Manley's ideas are echoed in Reagan's speeches from the earliest days of his political career back in the nineteen fifties up through his presidency. Nancy Reagan was big into astrology as well. He thinks she knew him to. Oh, absolutely. There's no question about it. It's it's widely known that Nancy was into strategy. And she used a strategy to set her husband's point calendar to determine who he would meet with them when and Reagan actually spoke glowingly in private of Manley hall. Given how close he was to his wife and how much shared with her. There's no question that he would have disclosed this connection to his wife, what did badly think about America. And what the whole plan was the mission. Manley believed that America was kind of holy grail among nations and that the true inner purpose of America from its earliest days was to spread ideals of liberty self-governance democracy and above all protection of the individual search for meaning and that really resonated with Reagan who actually not only repeated many of these themes in his speeches, but repeated them in Manly's own language, including the centennary celebration of the statue of liberty. Where Reagan told stories and spoke in front of television cameras echoing ideas that had appeared in Manly's own books. And it seems that Manley echoes the work of our forefathers who established this country put together the declaration of independence. It sounds like he was really echoing what they were doing. Manley was very aware that many of the founders including George wash. Shington Ben Franklin. Paul revere. John Hancock, and many of the signers framers of the constitution declaration of independence were freemasons. And this is not accidental. It's not fantasy. Manley believed that freemasonry among other secret societies including the Rosa crews had embodied certain primeval, ancient esoteric ideals of particularly involving the right of the individual to embark on his or her, own spiritual. Search and he believed, and he argued very persuasively that freemasonry played a vital vital role in that regard in the founding of our country. Would you consider him a good person or an evil person? Oh, I would definitely consider him a good person in Manley was absolutely adamant that the mystical search the cold search had to be conducted along the lines of a really solid ethical base and ethical foundation. And he. Urged people again, and again who were studying the Colt or studying Esa jerk philosophies that they had to have some ancient ethical teaching at their back. So they wouldn't get lost. Whether it was the bag of Geeta where the doubt a-changing or the sayings of Buddha or the beatitudes, but Manley was absolutely adamant that without ethics, the spiritual. Search would just lead you into a dark corner. He wrote about George Washington's vision at the Valley Forge wasn't that where he had some kind of an Djelic situation. George Washington Manley road that one of Washington's contemporaries at Valley Forge reported that Washington told him that he has some kind of Anjelica visitation and this visit station foresaw the victory of colonial forces over the British empire foresaw, the civil war and America's successful emergence from the civil war foresaw World War One and World War Two and short watch. Shington that the nation would survive all these crises and was there a World War three involved here at all? Three, but the Anjelica vision that Washington received did show periods of deep on rest. Fisher argument and things that would set citizen against citizen in American history. And one could even surmise that we're living through such period right now. But this visitation also assured Washington that each time the nation would emerge from it successfully was was Manley. The type of person to really look into the future. I mean, he was in a stroller. But the was the prophecy at all. Definitely was into prophecy. He wrote with veneration about the prophecies of no dominance. He believed very strongly that precondition was very real and very concrete possibility and Manley believed in philosophy that basically outline the idea that linear time is in allusion and everything that we experience as part of a infinite continuum of time everything is going on at once and that highly sensitive individuals could glean events that might seem like they're from the future. But they're just basically things that are in super position in infant position right now that are sort of going on at once and the rest of us will eventually come to experience in the sixteen hundred some monks settled in on Philadelphia. Manley writes about that tell me the significance of that. He writes about that. It's one of the least now in the most important events in our history and sixteen ninety four. A group of mystical monks from central Europe who were experiencing religious persecution traveled across the Atlantic. They were led by young man named you'll Hannis kelp and they settled on the banks of the whistle Hicken creek in Philadelphia, and I've visited this area. And it's possibility that some of the structures they created still exists there. And they were so significant because they were the first kind of free flowing religious commune in American life, and they solidified the ADA that religious experimentation was possible in America. This was one hundred years before the framing of the constitution and word trickled back across the Atlantic to Europe and lots of people who were religious radicals heretics people experiencing persecution started to come to America, and it began with this little cluster of mystical monks who lived on the banks of the second. Mazing? How did he did? He uncovered these stories, you know, manly. Read very very deeply into esoteric history, a Colt lower, and there were things that he wrote about actually that have been validated by time, you know, Manley's description of the oracle Adelphi, for example, in ancient Greece at one time was considered fanciful this notion that female oracle was Sita tripod and imbibing fumes and foretelling the future and Manley wrote about this very earnestly and most archaeologists considered to just be fantasy but archaeological findings shortly after Manly's death, actually, bore out the legitimacy of what he describes as some of the things that Manley described that were considered fanciful have actually been validated by time. Tell us about the medium. Andrew Jackson Davis that Manley writes about so much. Oh, yeah. This is one of my favorite parts of the book. Andrew jackson. Davis was a young man who lived in the. Town of poughkeepsie New York up in the Hudson valley in the mid nineteenth century Davis reported going into trance states and coming out with all kinds of visions of other worlds and dimensions. And in the year. Eighteen fifty four Andrew Jackson. Davis was the first person who came up with the term and concept of the law of attraction. That's where this which is so popular today, and it appeared Davis is writings based on his transmitted patients, and he published in eighteen fifty four so anybody who uses the term law of attraction owes a great debt to Andrew Jackson Davis because he was a spirit medium living. Upstate New York grew up on a farm and through his transmitter -tations. He came up with the idea of there being a law of attraction and Manley writes about him in really venerated terms in secret history of America. Would you say manly might have been one of the first writers off? Thor's to deal with this subject matter. Well, one of the most influential, you know, manly when he began his writing career in the nineteen twenties. He felt that occult philosophy. Esoteric floss Affi was being forgotten about materialism was all the rage. And the idea was that Sanchez and prophecies and the writings of dominance, and these other things all belong to an irrelevant past but Manley who was so serious. So scholarly said, wait a minute. We have to take a second look at this material, and he returned the attention of modern people to these ancient ideas, and there's no telling how many of us he's influenced. What would he be saying today Mitch about the state of America? There's no question in my mind. Manley would be saying that in terms of the state of America today, we need to behave with greater civic ideals toward one another Manley would've been absolutely aghast at the tone of sarcasm and invective that. Runs rife today left driven. Crazy. I bet you know, he just he felt that we owed it to one another, and it was the first fundamental of the spiritual search to treat neighbor with some degree of decency, and he would have been very very troubled by the the tone of cynicism and hostility that appears online today. It's the worst I've ever seen. It's it's nothing like I've ever seen. You know? It's funny. Every generation thinks they live on some sort of a precipice every generation thinks that things are worse than they've ever been. But our generation is seeing a degree of invective particularly online that I've never seen before. And we've got to get beyond that we've got to get beyond it. And I think his writings can help us do that. Well, one of one of the problems Mitch I think with some of these online things these haters, I would call them because they are anonymous. They just say these horrid things I mean, these these people could be business people. Others fathers raising families having kids, but you put them behind the computer anonymously, they become evil. Absolutely. There's a real problem with anonymity online today. You know, it often occurs to me that human nature has not changed human nature is constant. But what online culture has done is. It's this inhibited us, and it's brought out the absolute worst, traits and human nature, and look it says in scripture that everyone has a right to know who's bearing witness against them. And I really feel very strongly that if you make a comment online, you should use your real name, and you should never say anything that you wouldn't be able to say to a person's face this this anonymity. Online has brought out the worst traits of human nature. No, it really has an fester. It's gotten worse in it continues to grow and grow and grow. Absolutely. And I often challenged people that if they wanna make concrete improvements of their lives. Listen every. Every everyone of your listeners can attempt this experiment. Desists from it for twenty four hours spent twenty four hours refusing to participate in or listen to gossip or cynicism or still doesn't mean you have done plug, but you just don't engage in any of that stuff. And if you can do that for twenty four hours, you will stand more fully erect you will feel better about yourself. You'll have better self respect. It's not only doing a favor for the other person's doing favorite for yourself. There's a magical property in the system from gossiping hate speech, and it will help you feel better about yourself. You'll be more effective person. Tell me about the mystery man at.

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"franklin paul" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"franklin paul" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Take on Sheffield Wednesday practicing Stanley, I suppose the segue into the next thing to do is look good also be else's press conference today, everything they need to know about Darby county just the story into some contacts. We spoke about it last week. Of course, when the Elsa and this lead United team were accused of spying on Darby ahead of the game in the championship before that mind said yet, we spied happens all the time Franklin Paul said, well, it doesn't happen in England your England now you need to abide by our rules. Laura happened a lot of talk about how they also is going to be punished today at a press conference. And there was some speculation. They all bales is going to quit. He's enough this instead. When you know what always phone every single team for Dhabi? For example. Here is everything I know about them, and he went through formations players everything. What was an extraordinary press conference? Now, a lot of people out some people, right? So Craig saying fine is not and they should duck two point four most to my understanding the gentlemen of the past involve from legion side was was neither trespassing alternative illegal in the vicinity of the training. Ground know morally, you may say is wrong. However, we have people that go and scout these teams all the time. And I for one was never ever morally outraged by this the other side of they call it in Utah Schnitt. There was the po-point presentation that bills of today was an up, and I think when he was coaching in spin Bacelona talked about attention to detail, and it was an incredible PowerPoint the tactics of almost every game. You can remember recently of Darby county probably more in their from front Lampe knows himself. So the very fact he. Bush's going to make a difference is quite incredible limited one thing. I think about this. I think the people more really outraged would have Jodi foreigner was managing Darby county that I don't think this would have made the headlines at Ha's because front piled one of the goal soco golden generation of England players in recent years was managing the opposing team and journalist. I wanted to jump in the back of this effort that been some the from France or Germany are actually whatever been brushed under the carpet. So the argument shank from those that want to see legion. I it punish is that. They've got an unfair advantage helped them to go Dhabi wherever it may be because then spine it's the right thing to do because on unfair advantage think I think it's right description for civil okay, maybe you can see in English for boar that there's this moral line in the sand that doesn't want this kind of thing. But I do. See the criminals of it, and certainly in my experience international football. This was done time and time again, it was almost accepted going in when you on foreign soil. You knew that, you know, don't do set-pieces at times because the the opponents would be would be arriving at the stadium or whatever it is. So I'm I don't see I don't I don't get the outrage giving giving my own experiences in the he said he said, we have an open of data from professional people that we pour over an attack ticks, and we doesn't, but he sends people sometimes to groans because he feels that is not actually if it was by himself because he doesn't think he's doing his job properly. If he doesn't put this little piece of the jigsaw and place and teach suggests legionnaire adult points as mazing amazing moral do good there wouldn't some of the money pouring into this game from Gibby Carrick. His own football clubs and the diving zone and the skulduggery zone to suggest this is anything other than a scouting mission. Is quite incredible. Let's get point of view on the sole Joe's. What do you make of it which side of the fence you on? With the boys. I agree with crater say when I hear people saying that they should be suspended lead. Should should not lose the game and lose the three points. I'm I'm s- might. I mean Dhabi lost again because leads prepared is so well way before someone winning another quick look training firm like Greg said a public space. It was just doing nothing wrong tulip from watching a training that could have been any joining in the world any so team any level. And yet he was there watching it like because like Muslim set in east coaching masterclass today if he doesn't do it would feel anxiety..

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