35 Burst results for "Freeman"
Braves blast 4 HRs, beat Dodgers 9-2 for 3-1 lead in NLCS
"Atlanta had four home runs to power past the Dodgers nine to to to take a three to one series lead Eddie Rosario had a four hit games homering twice and driving in four runs Adam duvall and Freddie Freeman also hit homers Braves reliever drew Smyly allowed two runs and three and a third innings smiley gets the victory LA starter in twenty game winner Julio yes gave up five runs in five innings the Braves now will win away from reaching the World Series for the first time since nineteen ninety nine mark Myers Los Angeles
Morgan Freeman interviews police recruits in Alabama town
"A famous actor is helping officials in his part time home to interview new police recruits imagine having to pass muster for job with Oscar winning actor Morgan Freeman that was the scenario for a batch of police recruits in the Alabama beach town of Gulf shores Freeman lives there part time and he sat in on one of the board meetings that was reviewing possible new hires the deputy chief of the police department says a sometimes has residents take part in the screening recruits and when Freeman heard about the opportunity he volunteered to help the actor kept it low key wearing a hat and sitting back in his chair eventually he did reveal himself and the deputy chief says it was a big surprise for those who didn't recognize him at least some of those recruits will be able to say that they got Freeman's approval I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Ravens shut down Herbert, Chargers in 34-6 victory
"Lamar Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the defense shut down Justin Herbert as the ravens beat up on the Chargers thirty four to six each of Baltimore's three veteran running backs Latavius Murray levy on bell and Avantor Freeman scored touchdowns the defense held the Chargers to just two hundred eight total yards impressing Jackson awesome everyday going on in the final round of stuff like that it was tremendous to watch those guys do what they do well we all know they can do we've got to keep you know offices especially Jackson hit mark Andrews with a touchdown pass from nine yards out Herbert finished with a touchdown pass but only one hundred ninety five yards through the air Craig
Freeman HR sends Braves to NLCS with 5-4 win over Brewers
"Freddie Freeman blasted a solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Atlanta a prime to poor victory over the Milwaukee Brewers and send the Braves to the National League Championship Series Atlanta won the division series three games to one in Freeman said this after the game the pure joy you know in that clubhouse you know that's everything we've worked for since Feb worries to get to the playoffs and then keep moving on moving on the brewers lead to nothing on the top of the fourth and four two in the fifth but the Braves answered both times and tied the game at four four Robbie Thomas had a two run Homer in the fifth for Milwaukee Braves starter Charlie Morton went three and a third innings on three days rest Tyler matic got the win in relief Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Fried sharp, Braves blank Brewers 3-0 to tie NLDS at 1-all
"Runs have been at a premium in the series the brains behind starter Max freed beat the brewers three nothing to even the series at one free worked the first six innings on three hits and nine strikeouts three relievers finished up for the shutout the performance was a microcosm of how will free pitch toward the end of the season the top of the order did the damage for the Braves Freddie Freeman and Ozzie Albies had RBI hits in a two run third inning off brewers starter Brandon Woodruff Austin Riley added a sixth inning solo home run Chuck Friedman Milwaukee
Tellez HR, throw spark Brewers over Braves 2-1 in Game 1
"First baseman routed to less made an impact on offense and defense helping the brewers to a two to one win over the Braves to less broke about tense pitcher's duel by lifting a two run Homer off Braves starter Charlie Morton in the bottom of the seventh inning it snapped the scoreless game to let is also help stave off a Braves first inning threat started a rare first base to home plate double play it helped also to Braves rally with runners at the corners and nine out brief scored their lone run in the eighth on Jack Pearson's home run had something going in the nineties but brewer closer Josh Hayter stranded the tying run a third check Freeman Milwaukee
NL East-leading Braves overcome Duvall's lost HR in victory
"Austin Riley Ozzie Albies and Freddie Freeman homered as the Braves ripped the Diamondbacks ninety two keeping their three game lead over the Phillies atop the NL east Adam duvall also hit one over the wall but he was called out for passing Riley between first and second the base running blunder occurred in the Braves three run first against Merrill Kelly Abby's became the third brave with at least thirty home runs joining Riley in Freeman the feels amazing and means a lot all my hard work typing off now and great I do it for the team so we can have as many Ross's glory to win game so I'm happy with it Ian Anderson pitched two hit ball over six plus innings of Atlanta's fourth consecutive win I'm Dave Ferrie
Cards win 11th in row, best streak since 2001; stall Brewers
"Fast starts and playing aggressive baseball have been to the trademarks of the cardinals winning ways a convincing tended to win over the brewers move the cardinals winning streak to eleven Tyler o'neill and Paul Goldschmidt each hit two run homers and the cardinals jumped out to a six nothing lead after two innings starting pitcher miles Michaelis came up with seven strong innings the brewers have suddenly gone cold they have not lowered their magic number of three in the last four games their lead on the cardinals in the division is eight and a half Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Braves ride big 5th inning to win, extend NL East lead
"The brave stressor lead in the NL east to three games by erupting for seven runs in the fifth inning of an eleven afford dropping of the Diamondbacks Freddie Freeman hit an RBI double and a run scoring single in the fifth Adam duvall delivered a two run Homer Austin Riley had three hits and three RBIs in Atlanta second straight win since a four game skid we got a really good team and and I I I truly believe in us so I guess I was just you know was things were he's got Colorado wave and and you know keep keep pushing through read out Eddie Rosario also homered for the Braves Atlanta received one run ball from its bullpen over five innings with Jacob Webb tossing a scoreless fifth to get the win I'm Dave Ferrie
Lester wins 200th, Cards down Brewers for ninth straight win
"The streaking cardinals continue to make a beeline toward the playoffs a five to two win over the brewers it's the ninth straight win for the cardinals who continue to move toward solidifying the second wild card spot starting pitcher Jon Lester got his two hundredth career win Leicester went six innings at one point set down ten in a row the cardinals got on the board early I know in our models to run first inning Homer off brewers starter Freddy Peralta the brewers magic number to clinch the NL central division remains at three over the cardinals Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
"freeman" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"First learn jay returned to the scene of the fire to search so the freemen's doug sissy the still. They're standing in the same spot in the master bedroom where the body of cathy freeman had been removed and a black plastic body bag just wendy previous the trailer. Unbear- axles and wheels. Most of the flooring had fallen through to the ground except for the master bedroom there floor on mostly intact because the water bed soaked the area so looked at a manitou as the master bedroom was certainly better preserved than all the other rooms so shave swapping carefully around the rebel and lorena spent down nearby overturning debris in a ashes. She saw a framed. Wedding photo of danny and kathy then with the dog standing nearby jay looked over the unburned portion of the floor the master bedroom and then he saw what he described later as something that looked like a bowl of hamburger meat. And this was danny Least danny's destroyed head. That's very macab. But within minutes of arriving j. Bible had found a second body. They had missed the previous day. And how we don't know it seems impossible to have missed this your stove. This body was identified as danny freeman and upon autopsy. It was determined that both danny and kathy had been shot in the head with a shotgun and killed before their home was set on fire. So lorena j. looking at each other in disbelief. How did the investigators. Mrs entire human body and it was safer his head being obliterated his body was intact not just a sack of ashes now they could tell it was a body they could tell it was a man so how do you how do you miss it anyway. That's the big question. I think maybe there was just this assumption. That danny had done it and taken off. But that's very irresponsible and doesn't even make a lot of sense to me for no those so each theory about how kathy had died and each theory about daddy..
"freeman" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Posted all over the town and danny said afterwards that the sheriff deputies were following him and stocking the family the incident was investigated and it was decided in favor of the deputy. That's not a big surprise. no it isn't local. People had their own theories about what happened that day and the freeman family is understandably upset and angry and that created the ongoing hostility between danny freeman. The sheriff's danny certainly believed that his son was killed in an act of cold-blooded murder and according to the family shot in the back. Which would make the author story of what happened untrue. Still the shooting list ruled justifiable based on the testimony of the shooter. And that's the deputy named david hayes. Well i guess according to the sheriff's office this deputy passed a lie detector test when he was giving his version of events. So that makes it. True now doesn't oh. We know that lie detector tests really don't determine who's lying. It just measures the stress response right now back in the summer of ninety eight. Ashley's father. Danny who was already known to have a really violent temper. Had been charged with abusing. Shame and shane wasn't the only one who was a victim of danny's temper beck in nineteen eighty five. Danny was charged with beating his father-in-law after the father-in-law trimmed danny's front yard bushes without asking for permission. So the father in law had a restraining order against danny for his own protection. The local rumor was the danny was involved in drugs and he was verbally and even physically abusive of his wife and children. But he and kathy would definitely deny this and there was no evidence his wife. Cathy was described as a very loving caring person and she was also a dependable worker. She was the main supporter of the family. At this point. She always showed up for work and she was one who was never in trouble with the law at all. So initially sixteenth birthday. Her mom cathy freeman was thirty. Seven it was a wednesday and kathy had a lot to do for her daughter's special day. She prepared a late breakfast of biscuits and gravy. For danny and danny had been doing as he was working. Odd jobs heeded some welding here and there. He also sold wildflowers and willow branches to a local florist..
Rosario Hits for Cycle, Leads Fried, Braves Over Giants 3-0
"Eddie Rosario hit for the cycle Max freed worked seven innings as the Braves beat the giants three nothing to end a four game skid rosaria cycle comes a month after Freddie Freeman did it for the Braves Rosario completed the feat with a single in the ninth freed allowed three hits while striking out five in his twelfth win Atlanta is eight and two in his last ten starts neither team scored until Adam duvall's two run Homer in the seventh the outcome cuts the giants lead in the NL west to one game over the Dodgers I'm Dave Ferrie
Baltimore Ravens Promote Veteran RB Devonta Freeman to Active Roster
"Devante freeman has been promoted from the ravens practice squad to the active roster recently they released trenton cannon and i dunno mike. Do you think there is a fantasy. Fallout to devante freeman being activated to the roster and not necessarily but is it possible. He comes in and get sixty eight carries and one target. Maybe and if that happens that's taking away from tyson
Rodgers, Story Go Deep, Rockies Beat Braves 5-4
"A pair of home runs in a solid pitching performance by John gray led the Colorado Rockies to a five to four victory over the Atlanta Braves Trevor story had a solo shot in the second and Brendan Rodgers had a two run home run in the fourth for the Rockies Roger said he enjoys playing the role of spoiler in the National League we're just trying to kind of ruin their own playoff hopes honestly and kind of fun winning these big games these close games like against really good teams the Braves close the gap to one run in the eighth on a pretty Freeman triple an Avenue about two run Homer closer Carlos Estevez shut down Atlanta in the bottom of the ninth Tookie to some was the starter and loser for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Albies, Freeman Go Deep in 7th, Braves Win Series Over Miami
"The Braves have regained a four and a half game lead in the NL east with a five three win over the Marlins Ozzie Albies and Freddie Freeman belted solo homers in the seventh inning off Anthony bass helping Atlanta take the rubber match of the three game series I'll be is broke a three three tie with his twenty eighth home run or my number is really powerful and the millennium place on small baseball too so it's it's it has been fun for us and it's working Eddie Rosario also went deep for the Braves will Smith put runners on first and third in the night before nailing down his thirty second save in thirty seven chances Jake Webb got the win with a scoreless seventh after replacing Max freed I'm Dave Ferrie
Americans Reflect on 9/11 and Its Aftermath
"This september eleventh the nation pauses at remembers what happened here twenty years ago across the country. Americans gathered in groups large and small at the world trade center the pentagon a field in pennsylvania in parks and at fire houses celebrating those who ran toward the danger and remembering those who lost their lives while the marshalls dc. Ross amancio robert as legal. Donald freeman klavan. Deaf new presidents past and present paying tribute. Today we remember your loss. We share your sorrow george bush's emotional call for a return to civility. The new developments today in the war fought in nine eleven's wake and the new divisions in the country as we face a new threat to decades after we all united in the face of another one a nation forever change by that day tonight the country fulfills its promise to never forget
Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?
"Cities have firefighters and trash collectors as the climate breaks down. Do they also need resilience. Core by sierra new gen when hurricane ida hit new orleans in early september tanya freeman brown made the difficult decision to stay in the city the fifty-three-year-old and her family's sheltered in an old brick hotel in the downtown area watching fierce winds of up to one hundred fifty miles per hour pelt rainwater at the windows and remembering the destruction wrought by hurricane katrina sixteen years earlier to the day. It was stressful but freeman brown. Had a job to do. She says we're no match for nature. But this is what we've trained for. This is what the resilience core was built for like. Firefighters put out fires and waste collectors. Keep the city. Clean the job of the new orleans. Resilience core is to help the city be resilient to shocks. Crises and climate change launched by the city and october twenty twenty as a pilot to run for two years. The cores forty workers were mainly people who lost jobs in the hospitality industry during the pandemic. Who are now on full time contracts starting at twelve dollars an hour with a path to an eighteen dollar an hour wage freeman brown joined after losing her work as a corporate massage therapist at an insurance company. The core spent much of the last year working to support the city through kovic nineteen and get people vaccinated hurricane. Ida is the first climate disaster that the core has confronted though the sophisticated system of levees pumps and flood barriers. Built in the wake of katrina protected the city from water damage the storms high winds battered the city killing thirteen people there and toppling thousands of power lines and hundreds of substations. The lights remained off across most of new orleans for a week with at least ten percent of electric customers still without power nine days later.
Joc Pederson Gets Key Hit As Braves Beat Nationals in 10
"The brace pulled out a seven six win over the nationals on jock Peterson's walk off single in the bottom of the tenth have been suing the bag great just get a good pitch that I could put a swing swing on and put the barrel on it and it was a came out successful in that that's huge Stephen Vogt hit two solo homers for Atlanta which took two of three in the series Freddie Freeman Adam duvall and Jorge Soler also went deep as the Braves extended their division lead to three and a half games over the Phillies with the Mets five games back in the NL east Washington led five four after Luis Garcia's eighth inning Homer then tied at six six one lane Thomas tripled and scored in the ninth Jacob Webb retired the side in order in the tenth to earn the win I'm Dave Ferrie
Soto's Go-Ahead Homer Sends Nationals Past Braves, 4-2
"Washington nationals right appear upon runs and solid relief pitching to afforded to victory over the Atlanta Braves Josh bell and one Soto had solo shots within apps meanwhile Washington starting pitcher Sean Nolan was ejected in the first inning for hitting Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman Nolan tried hitting Freeman twice the second time successfully after which he was tossed that led to a parade of six nationals relief pitchers Eddie Rosario had a solo shot for the Braves Gary McPhillips Atlanta
"freeman" Discussed on Arrested DevOps
"Today i am joined by friend of the show friend of the devops community friend of everybody who is an awful well known author and devops personality. Shall we say. Emily freeman so emily. Thanks for joining me today. They watch for having me. I'm glad to be back. I expect to spend the next hour talking about why you're wrong about the oxford comma just so everybody knows. That's that's fine. Yes i accept. This battle is ongoing. You are fucking obsessed with that fucking comma. I think there's a couple of interesting things we could start talking about. You and i both just started new jobs and some different stuff. That might be interesting to talk about. I mean by the time. Y'all are listening this episode. Because in a lovely way we have a nice backlog of episodes eighty so by the time. You're listening to this. Emily and i will be like old. Hats are at our gates. But right now as you're listening we both just started a weaker either one week or two weeks ago depending on who it was so yeah. I'm on day five of see. I'm ending my second week. So i'm very in old hat. There i've lost. My appeal is the new and shiny at the company. Emily will start with you. What's up like i am so excited about this move. Obviously i'm coming off with microsoft as cloud advocacy team for a long time. And now i will be moving her at aws. So i am working on devops strategy messaging across the entire product line. I'm really kinda focusing on. How do we make all of these products. Make sense for the community. That is pretty cool. I went to somewhere not quite as big left red hat which is part of ibm which is if not will the biggest company that one of the biggest companies out there and i joined a startup called plumey and it's a little bit of a smaller org and put it this way. We have a weekly all hands. The entire company is on zoom together. Every monday and various other times. Because you can do that. Yeah it's it's been it's been interesting to start up somewhere new. If you're not familiar this is coming back to a place. I'd been before in a way. Not the director. Argh but the area so gloomy is around infrastructure's code and longtime listeners of the show may remember that i used to work at jeff. And there's actually a bunch of us former chef folks over at bologna which is pretty exciting to come back in and work with some old friends..
"freeman" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"Other than shit. Okay yamato from the reto okay. The would stall user with a weed. Scary face okay. He's pretty powerful free. Fan fans yeah. He's pretty powerful. And this has gotten a lot. This changes everything. We ought token nicey. Nice but now i was. We just got we go play. Dirty will stay but we don't know who we work in so our ally in this fight is. I'm not shitting. You is brutal. Ch- mortar toll. So burrow's free strong. Although he's a kid he i'm up to. I've i've reasoning. Just go up to date with the enemy. So we're going to go off the enemy where he's is in the enemy. I mean that's what me sprees strolling like. He is very strong. I don't think he's jato strength. I think just got enough skill and ability to take our to down so this geometry in his prime yum yamato in abreu toast time on nuts damato ship even yes so i i think i think i think they're going to win at the moment. Baugh morgan freeman definitely dead. Because we just need one shattuck lane us often just to go after him. Kill him in the rest of us can folks yamato..
"freeman" Discussed on Women and Crime
"They don't do that. They keep fighting. It's like, okay that didn't work out. What's next and that's always been how they how they how they are. Do you think music is actually higher wage? Any information or do you think he simply doesn't remember due to the prolonged drug use and I know he's offered some brain injury. Do you think he actually knows where the girls are it depends on the day when you ask me, I feel like my mind changes I have days where I'm convinced. He knows something and I've days when I'm convinced he doesn't right now. I don't think he was purposefully lying when he led me down that that Root Cellar picture recently. I think he was wrong. Obviously he was wrong cuz you know, we didn't find anything but I don't think he was being malicious. I think he tried his best but I think if I drugs have messed him up, but also in his best interest to help the police because they were going to give him a better deal. Yeah, that's my opinion as well as that. He had nothing to lose by by pointing to the girls. I don't know if maybe in his head he thought well that would just tied me directly to them and he still says he had nothing to do with their murders. I don't know or some people have said no, he likes this game. He he knows how to how to get what he want. You know, I don't know song Yeah, I can't say and somebody like him might not care about spending a decade in prison. He might know that he might not make it those whole ten years or maybe he has nothing else going on and that works for him. Well, you know, he spent most of his adult life in prison. Anyway, I mean, he's not saying it's for him. He's not have heard by it. Say Megan. Did you have any questions before I Jack's I have two questions first is what crime premeditated. It depends which Theory you believe is, you know, and I know that we're not not trying to give away too much about the book, but I want to know if this cry I don't know because I I think it would require me to to pick aside as as drugs or is this the police and I really am divided I have days where I'm like this was a drug thing and I have days when this is a police thing. Is it a mix of both? I do have a pretty strong opinion, but I don't put it out there because I don't feel like this is over yet. I feel like once this is all said and done I can kind of open up a little more premeditated. I don't know Phil Welch learning about him. I've learned a lot about him even in my recent trip to Oklahoma after the story. He wasn't scared of anyone wasn't scared of anyone and I think Danny Freeman was that kind of person who wasn't scared of anyone and I think that those personalities Clash real quick wage in the middle of the night and that's what happened. Okay, was it over drugs did the cops end fill their I don't know was the Abduction of the girls premeditated in Europe my opinion. I think that was a major opportunity. I don't believe that they were targeted. I don't believe that somebody went there saying go get the girls. I don't know whether or not actually okay. This has been made public so I can say this but it wasn't in my book. It was recently learned that the girls did escape the fire that they went to go hide in the pasture and the Flames of the house lit up and one of the men saw them and they chased him down and corralled them..
"freeman" Discussed on FreeWorld Podcast
"Actual sponsors who donated to them being there they get to shake hands with decision makers in companies. You never know when they're applying for jobs where those people will be in that corporation at that time and you know they're just. Making it. It makes indifference makes a huge difference. So. Will I want you to know how proud of you I am? Oh. Almost have a little tear. You have a tear in your. Own. Yeah. I'm just in. The love just exudes in. So thank you. Folks were about to get out of here. We've been listening to the free world podcast. I'm so thankful to have on I get to set in with me. Mr Dare. Poor love you. got a lot more to talk about. WE'LL BE Relationship, we ain't got into, we're not getting into a relationship. Would we're not going to go to counseling just going to do it all here I. Press. Record. Go. Yes Oh again folks we appreciate you listen to in next week we have a man Bun b after that. Man Zane Copeland. Aka Little. Zane? The actor, the rapper, the community activists he's out midlantic defense thing. For a while there's aim was a number one saw had the number one song nation for three or four months. Several years back. So good friend of mine of ours you know. So. WE'RE GONNA have him and the four to that line that we have a boy diamond west. Another one of my childhood friends as doing great things and We're we're GonNa talk about what he's doing it in. And make sure that you're aware of all the the great things that are happening. So again, press scrap by. Rate Review issue boy Derek. Freeman in Sanan Freeman. Co host she didn't want to call free world. We're GONNA. Let it ride. COA. She does you can't even take to show. Don't want that I can is. But yeah again. We we look forward to folks just this this journey you know on the free world podcast. Family thing it's going to be a learning thing and have a good time. Present John Listen will be back Zach. You're listening to re world with Derek Freeman..
"freeman" Discussed on FreeWorld Podcast
"I had. My guest. Favorite guests. Inaugural guest. My Pool Aka Shannon Ford Freeman. Kobe pop-up. POPEY PROPO- Hey. So Just to let everybody know again this, you're listening to the free world podcast and I have my wife here with me Shannon she's a mother of four. Him. True. Let me do the intro. So she's a mother of four. Author of thirteen thirteen books. She's an English teacher. and She is director of a nonprofit reach redirecting educating aligning community help. You knew that already. Make sure you got all the words, right? Yeah, thank you for taking over. Prop wouldn't have it any other way. But yeah again she's an Arthur and you know my love we've known each other since we were very young. Or five years old and. We we both grew up in the same town port, Arthur Texas we represent. P. A. and. We've been married now for eleven years. Twelve years..
"freeman" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"I'm also happy to accept one time pledges via paypal sell, Fen, Mo, or pop money. You can find more details on my website or at the bottom of each blog episode. I. Also WanNa, remind everyone that you can follow me on twitter at Amr podcast. I also have a facebook group called American Revolution podcast. The careful. Though there is a second group called. American Revolution podcast group instead of just American. Revolution podcast. That one has nothing to do with my podcast and is run by some other guy. He also has a facebook page called American Revolution Podcast, which also has nothing to do with my podcast. So if you WANNA get connected to the one related to this podcast, be sure to select the group that is simply called American Revolution podcast. I did check out the other group and noticed some comments. There were of people who were clearly referring to my podcast rather than the other one. Sorry, that this can get so confusing but I guess American Revolution podcasts are becoming a rather competitive feel. This week we covered the battle of freemen's farm sometimes called the first battle of Saratoga. The British under General Burgoyne are becoming desperate as they are cut off from Canada and unable to reach New York City. The battle was the British army's attempt to break through the American lines and finally reach New York. I briefly mentioned in the main show that we call it the battle of Freeman's farm because the battles fault on a field owned by Tori named Freeman. The farmer in question was a man named John Freeman who had rented the land that he was farming from General Philip Schuyler. Freeman along with his wife and ten children had in fact, fled to Canada earlier in the war. It turns out though that Freeman enlisted in the king's loyal Americans and was with this loyalist regiment as it marched back to his old home. By some family histories he served as a local guide to the British during the time surrounding this battle. Is. Twelve. Year old son Thomas Freeman was also with him during the campaign. Freeman managed to survive the battle and the campaign. At least one source I read said that when Burgoyne surrendered his army, the loyalists that were with him were permitted to return to Canada. I'm not sure if the Americans allowed the return or if the loyalists simply melted away and made their way back to Canada on their own. This is actually a question. I'm still trying to answer. However we do know that by early November John Freeman and his son were back in Saint John's Quebec and were reunited with their family. I wish. I. Could say they lived happily ever after but a short time later a smallpox. Killed Jon Freeman his wife and seven of his ten children..
"freeman" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Rather than into a philosophy and substance. Well I. think that's really beautifully. Put in with that philosophy in that approach I think certainly the cars and the future of the marker are in good hands. Freeman one last thing before you go. I like to ask all of our guests. If a genie popped out of a bottle and said you can have three cars what they be. Oh my gosh. That is such a difficult question because I. Look at it always reshuffling the deck in your always having to sell something to buy something, these are free, and you not only get a genie. You get three extra parking space. Yeah, yeah I mean I love the early nine love love love love the early nine eleven and I think that one of the experiences I would love to have would probably be a sixty seven nine eleven s soft window. Targa or I love those two cars I. Think they'd be perfect. The second car if I had a more modern car I love, the new roof or the new singer I think I would have something like that and built to my design specs. I would be very particular about how to do details inspecting and everything else on those cars. And then the other car is something much more elemental and I already have one. It's a caterer ham super seven. Early one so it's really pure aluminum body. Bare aluminum and with a British racing green knows and flying fenders I love driving that car. That is an amazing Dr, isn't it? I've had a chance to drive a few of them in their absolutely revelatory. Yeah I think everybody should at one time own a Super Salvin, because from that point you reference everything else, and it's you really don't want to drive a car like that on the freeways you drive it in the canyons. Drive down the coast. It is about minimalism, and it's about the smallest cabin that you possibly have literally and I just love that the togetherness that you feel in that car. So. I think that would make a nice combination of the Coles. I'm always designing something. And I tell you it's kind of like a popcorn machine every single day every single hour. I'll start on idea and kind of bring it up to fruition, and by the time I bring it up to fruition on board, and I'm GonNa go to the next one. You know, so it's the way it is. That's the mark of a true designer, and obviously you are. You're one of the few. Thank you so much, thank you. That is a great trip sector. Early kind of speaks to a sense of purity that I.
"freeman" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Experience because that's really what makes driving couple lives. Well! That's one of the things that I talked to looseness stony about all through the last fifteen years that the experience of keeping the car and analog experience, because the rest of the world is going to a digital experience, and there's a backlash coming off of that in one of the backlashes is that Porsche went all PDK until there was a backlash with their enthusiast and they finally decided well. We're going to do one thing. It's gotta be called. Nine eleven are working to build a limited production, GONNA manual boxes, and they sold out immediately. That's right, and so all of a sudden now they are smart enough to listen to the enthusiast. Enthusiast one side and say okay. We're GONNA. Come out with manual version. There's GonNa be a manual version of the nine to and come up with their GT floors, except for maybe a car like a GT to are asked, which is all about the numbers, and it's all about the track right? Yeah, it's different. Being analog is something that still has value today. It absolutely does with right Freeman I wanNA talk about poor shirt, because that's where the passionate probably the brightest I know that when we met way back when you were just about ready to launch into your, our group talked to us about what the art group is all about. Okay, well the are group really started in nineteen ninety nine, but it was really if you think about the beginning of the ninety s, the movement on early nine eleven's especially if you look at Northern California and Southern California. Had A lot of friends that.
"freeman" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Continuing our conversation with Freeman. Thomas, design, career included stints with Porsche Volkswagen Audi Daimler Chrysler Freeman let's get right back into it. Chrysler must have been a fascinating place to explore sort of the conductor role, as it were putting together teams and getting people inspired and excited about your vision. You went from there to Ford. Is that right? Yes, so, what happened was I got a call from Jamie's one day and he says Hennard fisker. Just quit. You don't get. It was running the studio in Irvine at that time, and so he said I would really like you to take over his role, which was advanced design, and so that was a no brainer for me, because I knew a lot of the team there and so I joined Ford and at that point it was North American advanced design which a grew later in yours to global advanced design where we had the small studio in London in Soho called. Called Genie! We have a studio in Shanghai. In also in Dearborn in the cellar of Dearborn I retired in twenty seventeen at the end of two, thousand, seventeen. I was eligible for retirement. I'm only sixty two now so for me. It was a opportunity really to go to the next level of we really would. I WanNa do and work much more entrepreneurially, but I love Ford loved the people there because they were a little bit more fluid. They sought a little bit more out of the box. Chrysler I think. Maybe it's different now under Fiat organization, but before it was much more structured. Not that Ford isn't structured. There's so many amazing things that came out of Ford that you have to ask yourself how and why in Aura and lot of it is that it does allow a lobby entrepreneurs to go on in the people are amazing, dealing with leadership in coming up with new concepts in getting feedback and things like that are amazing, and so I'm still have a great relationship with all of them a at sort that's an incredible career trajectory, obviously a love to talk about what your future plans are your present and future plans. Yet well I consult now and one of my clients is roof automobile and so I, did two cars for them actually three back in between Chrysler and Ford small break I did the three for them, and then I did the new CPR for? In Estonia and then the SDR which now are getting production, NYPD those are amazing cars at the complete far into the supercar spectrum in an amazing company that is certainly well known to Porsche enthusiasts. But roof remains kind of best kept secret in the bigger arena in. Quite a couple of important designs, and they're actually seeing some certainly the original yellow bird, even the contemporary design. You're seeing big up in some of the recent auctions zip become very hard. Absolutely in really. The CPR has been something that I've talked to alouine Estonia about since the early two thousands, and I think they had to get a lot of other things out of their heads I and finally the day came Mike would sit down with them and I. would sketch out a platform strategy for them. You know using either aluminum, extrusion or carbon tub and show how you could do a family vehicles, basically by using the same tub, and so the time came where alloys. Alloys was ready, so I went over there, and started taking body panels, and chopping them up and mocking up a concept, and then eventually we got the clay model up running and beheaded great colleague to work with on that from the past is is names, air overs, and there is a clay model or math, Mahler, and also grayer creative in his own right, so it was very great to collaborate with Eric, and so we came up with the idea of widening the door by thirty millimeters aside, and you know this a scary stuff because you're looking at. It's almost like hot rod territory, taking two four and and changing one millimeter of a line. Everybody notices with. And so we had two things we want to preserve with the car was that it didn't exceed the overall length of the original CPR and that it was also identifiable as the pure evolution of that car. Who so again? It's kind of putting my hat back onto concept one days of really kind of looking at a an icon in its own right, so we did the thirty millimeters aside a magically the original roof which we flushed out the. The glass and it's the same roof, and it's the stained glass, except for the recorders which are intakes and all of side, and made the car look as though that it went to the gym and you look at original nine eleven. The doors looked anemic. Literally now you put a little shoulder on them, and they get a little more substantive well. Yeah, and because we're looking at a vehicle that's about the width of a nine five nine. But yeah, we did want to look like that kind of wit, so by developing the fender flares and developing the front rear language, which we wanted it to be pure evolution. Awesome, the original CPR so what we found was little nuances like for instance, put the original Bonnet on it, and now all of a sudden, we had room to develop defender form, so it wasn't pinched against the shot line of the hood. And so now we can make a little bit more voluptuous and bring it out and blended into the doors, and now in the back where the inner coolers were. We had the room for the inner coolers. Ads where normally we would have had to figure out how to pack that those things in, but now you had the extra internet hats on either side right like a nine, nine, three, nine, five nine, where they brought the whole back end out. That's right, and they came back into the that original door section, in I'm amazed that we never did it on nine five nine, because helmet boss did not want to change that door, but I think had he opened it up. It would have been a better car and so for myself if I think about all the years that I've been around nine eleven's coming from childhood with Jeff swore all the way fast forward to working at Porsche our group. Being around the faithful around this thing, but having my own mindset.
"freeman" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Nine, hundred, ninety nine. He was messing around with skies, daughters guy named Jackie Freeman. George Freeman is. Walking to his no relation, so George. Freeman was walking to his home. One night and he was shot in the neck. The gun jammed is he was laying on the ground? George Freeman gets up and starts chasing him. You Bastard and the the shooter runs off. turns out. It was this guy. Janke Freeman. He was the father of of one of Georgia's younger girlfriends. He was later shot in his driveway. The. Man who was alleged shooter was later shot in his driveway, but shortly after this George Freeman sort of retires while all this was going on. He was aide been slowly getting an addiction to demel, not not heroin or anything, but when Demirel was sort of a classier thing, but it's through the years he had he had. Had different some pain I think it had a back injury, but he hadn't Demirel addiction. He just had it through the years he died of lung cancer in one thousand nine hundred eighty, he was real heavy smoker, but he more or less retired in nineteen, seventy nine, and it was really on the periphery I think he's still kind of like kind of like a lefty Rosenthal he still he still played numbers and all, but he sort of as I understood it. He came out with his with his biography, but as far as the real criminal world. There's not much set of him after nineteen seventy nine I. think that he he he lived off of numbers in gambling. Then Stan Smith's on. overdosed nine, hundred, seventy nine, and at that time he sort of stepped away, also, he had a large drug empire that he sort of turned over, so he had a lot of money George Freeman had a lot of money Stan Smith got lot of religion. He was born again, and he lived the rest of his life as a very wealthy true believer. Lenny McPherson continued in the criminal empire older than the other two, but he continued he was. He was the boss, so he ran things from a distance. He was sentenced to prison in the nineteen nineties. He attacked a business rival. In died of a heart attack in jail in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety six. But he was, he lived in a nice home with with bulletproof glass in large gates, and his neighbors all had nothing, but nice things to say about him died in jail of art attack. He was kind of that. Tony Accardo right. He lutely, Sydney crime family without but he ended up Jalen. Did. Get Him, but He retiree kind of became the professor emeritus exactly right?.
"freeman" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police intelligence unit detective, Jerry Jenkins. Welcome all. You capris out there back here in the studio with. Our, friend Co host. Cameramen hike 'em. How you doing glad to be here Gary is always has always. Sixty sixty six. You Toby I am I? I'm running back from the gas tank to the CARBURETOR, trying to trace leaks and I'm right at the carburetor and. If I can move to the mission sometime this coming week Alba I'll be one step ahead from where I was last. Good good I bought my own old vehicle. I bought in nineteen seventy four, Honda, CB three fifty. It's it's a lot of fun, but you know it's not. Is Zen in the art of motorcycle maintenance just like Zen and the art. Of English sports car maintenance. You have to be very precise about everything you do. Think about everything you do your I haven't put a choke on a car for a long time. Now you have to if it's cold, you got to put the joke orange. In order to get started. You know what? I have a little bit to shut the gas underneath the tank. Whatever market? You have to take the key out to the left not to the right. Otherwise the parking lot the some kind of a parking lot. The tail light will stay on so. I gotTA pop the hood to turn the heater on and heating. Heating was an option on mind. Cut Open the hood and open the Heater Vet Oh. There you go? Just about says it all well, you know we're going back down south down down under Australia again. Our good friend Dan Bashford down there and we. We did one with the Dragana influence in in Australia, and and this is going to be at the request of my friend named Farrell. Feroza a new Fan who? Made a nice donation to thank you for all and he's He spent his own little bit of time in jail. He's a at a turnaround and his life. He he works out works in high steel now maybe up on the top of bridges and Buildings and things like that. I jokingly told him I said. You know you haven't lost your taste for the adrenaline rush adds. With which I hate to say it, but I can't understand that so that's hints the two motorcycles. Fairly in particular, he asked about George Freeman and so I looked him up and CAM. Let Me Ma'am Camden a whole much research on George Freeman. He's Kinda we did. The other was the out of Italy. than drank gone of course more based on the old mafia lines and the stories that we usually do is about the mafia, but this this is more what we call affectionately call, eight, non-italian or a Pecker Wood organized crime..
"freeman" Discussed on KOMO
"Amy Freeman says facilities have to have an emergency plan that includes an updated contact list as soon as this broke Patricia hunter reached out to this facility and said alright request a list of all residents and all resident representative it took us one week to get that information sorry two weeks hunter offered to set up a conversation with life care and told the families they should organize and have a point person to contact Ryan Harris como nuisance como's it could now come was Carlene Johnson eight district congressman Kim Schrier urging Washingtonians to stay home if possible can try who's a pediatrician says there have been very few cases thankfully of kids getting seriously sick from corona virus that's a blessing on the other hand there's the downside of that which is that it is impossible the kids are not getting infected with S. try urges parents to try and limit how much their kids are out and about during the six week school closure as they may actually contracted but show no symptoms kids likely have it aren't showing symptoms ours you know transmitting it to one another and then bringing it home to families and if they bring it home to grandparents that's a recipe for disaster so it is really hard to close schools but that's the reason it is to protect all of our public health she says people need to be checking on elderly neighbors and we as a nation need to re think where we get our medical supplies as depending on a foreign country China for all of it has put us in a perilous situation that's come was Carlene Johnson reporting bringing us six thirty four your call more traffic updates every ten minutes on the floor is what's going on Tama well we're still watching this issue intent is no return box truck on the north on highway one sixty seven exit to eighty fourth Avenue south it's there at the end of the exit there is a tow truck on the scene and how they help the box truck back on its wheels now the extension northbound eighty fourth Avenue when you get to the end of that exit still closed but the exit to south and Central Avenue remained open it's a common sense of your site once been reported on highway sixteen across the Tacoma narrows bridge and we have separate construction going on information right now one lane is alternating traffic in both directions of highway two oh three just south of northeast still what road there is some slowing in each direction the traffic report is sponsored by Denny's Denny's six ninety nine super slam is back at two eggs two bacon strips two sausage links hash Browns and two pancakes for six ninety nine for a limited time price may vary that from Danny our next call much traffic at six forty four and here's our como eco roof forecast with Shannon o'donnell full starry skies as we head into the after dark hours and after that beautiful day it you're gonna be pretty night but a cold one since we don't.
"freeman" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Right to another episode of piecing it together the podcast where we take a look at a new movie and try to figure out what movies inspired spire it and today on the show we are talking about a major superhero movie. Although it's one that's not doing very well and that's kind of a shame. We're talking about birds of prey and the fantabulous emancipation of one Harley. Quinn which is of course the Harley Quinn Spin Spin off solo movie which is actually kind of a team up movie with this Group of female superheroes called the birds of prey are actually. Are They village you know. I still don't even know I mean the the the conceit of suicide squad. which was the first movie with Harley? Quinn in it was that these are all villain. So uh-huh is are the birds of prey villains. I honestly I watched the movie just two days ago and I don't know I don't think they are. I think they're heroes. I think it's just Harley you know it clearly I am a little bit lost but what I do know is that you should have gone and seen this movie. I don't like that it's flopping hard as it is i. I didn't love the movie. I thought it was pretty good But it should not be flopping like this and it's a shame because it's just gonNA give more fodder to these awful nerds online who loved spout hate constantly so so go see this damn movie or a and then come back and listen to this conversation. I've got coming up here with Chad. Clinton Freeman who I originally was thinking that I would in May get a female co host for this episode but Chad is such a big DC. superfan that I gotTa have him on every DC related movie that comes out so so you know there's GonNa be lots of great coverage by female film critics that you should go check out about this movie and get their opinions on it but here you're going to get the here Chad a DC superfan Talk about the movie and talk about some great puzzle pieces. He's got a big list puzzle pieces man for like three times as many as I came. Aim To this episode with. But anyway we're going to get into that in a second. I do WANNA remind you. Please make sure you're subscribed to piecing it together on your podcast APP of choice. You can review us on apple podcasts or Pod chaser if you enjoy this show and of course follow us on social media at piecing pod and one last thing..
"freeman" Discussed on Geek My Kids Podcast
"Yeah well it seems I've been thinking a lot about this since you know we had I talked about me helping you with social media and I still want to contribute to the group in some way and I just haven't figured out how what that's going to be yet but I know that that's what I wanna do that I want to contribute to the group in a way with like maybe the email thing is something that I need to tackle or you know because I have right okay Oh yeah yeah yes yeah okay their house like a podcast or call Michael yes well I wonder I mean if you could if we have a group thing if we get the deal was nailing down the in these times right because everybody's schedules different Yeah Yeah you should ask them what you should just say you should put it out there like what are you like if you wanna come visit like what is that like they can look at airlines and be like well this time of year I can get a better deal than this time of year right like summertime always going to be super bad but what about like in the fall or spring us one is the podcast marathon okay uh-huh oh my gosh gosh don't make them pay don't don't do donations make him pay yeah no oh my gosh so like what would it take be able to make money while you're podcasting that's the biggest thing like what would it take Yeah Yeah Yeah that's true you should be driving that is okay oh my gosh okay yeah right that's awesome operate okay that's also so like mail chimp does that Okay also Oh yeah we'll I would see and I've been thinking a lot about this since I talked about me helping you with social media and and I still want to contribute to the group in some way and I just haven't figured out how what that's going to be yet but I know that that's what I WANNA do that I want to contribute to the group away with like maybe the email thing is something that I need to tackle or you know because I have right okay so yeah yeah yes yeah okay hey there wendy freeman are good hey there on windy freeman and I host a podcast double page.
"freeman" Discussed on Trial Lawyer Talk
"Walked through the entire weekend starting on Friday morning and we were in their bedroom and Cindy and David were in their bed and we reenacted pieces of the entire weekend in order to really fully discover when this happened or that happened. And how many times he looked at it. And what it looked like at various moments in time and as a result They really were taken back to that weekend. It was obviously difficult and emotional but they were taken back to that weekend and reliving it a new just prior like a couple of weeks prior to deposition so they felt very confident and relaxed at their depositions which was perfect because our they were our greatest asset in the case. What great people they were through the reenactments. You obviously developed a love. Your client what is it that you were drawn to. Just her strength. I mean that she You kinda looking at it from a couple of different perspectives one. You're in the moment in your in their home. And you're doing the psychodrama in your amazed by their strength to go back to these moments and relive them and just incredible that you would have the courage and the trust in us as her lawyers to do this and so I was inspired by Dad. I was flattered that and I was encouraged to really continue to work hard for her. But then also to be have the privilege of seeing those moments you know when they when they wake up on Monday morning in they're gonna go to the Er and this is the last time that they lie in bed together with Cindy's full-body with her old body the with all of her arms and legs into freeze that moment and realized that and have them talk it. You know. I think I'll always I'M A. I'm a frustrated therapist and I figure out ways to moments in our cases when I can help people or bring in people like Mary Jo or Louise or or my trainer in and have them have helped my clients and he'll some of the situations that need to be healed and I think that's helpful to the case but it's more importantly helpful to them so feel really privileged that I get to be a part of that. So what happens next in the story so you before we even filed the lawsuit? We put together the entire package of all the expert reports. The Life Care Plan the economics of her lost wages. The present cash value of this tremendous Life Care Plan of twenty five thirty five million dollars. All the lawyers Steph. Yeah all the lawyer stuff all the stuff that you know. Sometimes I feel like there's two stories you have to tell us. Tell the story to the insurance company so that they are hearing it in their terms. And then you've got to figure out and switch gears and tell it to the jury which is a totally different format and too many times in my life. I've stuck with the same storytelling technique and it doesn't work with the jury but so we are speaking the insurance companies language. And we figure out. What the Georgia. You can actually find out what the coverage amounts are in advance and so we figure out that there's a very large piece that is in the hospital. And then there's a a a bunch of excess policies above that and so we sorta psychodrama the defense and the insurance carriers and realized that the hospital was probably the hospital network that owned the urgent care was probably scared to death at this case from a PR standpoint and they probably wanted to get it resolved so we. We made a big number demand. Let me stop you there. Yes how did you psychodrama the Insurance Cup? So we thought about the relationship between the hospital network the health system and the and their insurance carrier and it was an unusually large self insured retention that the hospital had and so we thought what if we could get them adverse to each other. What if we could get them angry with each other before we even start the case? What if we could get the hospital sort of with its carrier for not stepping up to the plate to take care of this problem and so when we when we made our opening proposal which was crazy high number we said to them we would be willing to go to confidential precede mediation if you guys will put a certain amount on the table to start and so we made that amount slightly more than the self insured retention. So that the carrier the entrance Gary would have to put some skin in the game to get us to come to mediation and we learned later that. The hospital immediately tendered It's self insured retention and was willing to go to mediation and we only put a very small amount that the carrier had to pitch in to get us there and the carrier wouldn't do it. They refused to do it. And Hospital was furious about that. And so we filed suit and the case ended up being almost like you know not really but to some extent started to feel like the hospital was on our side and was frustrated like we were with their carrier that they would let this go to litigation and not resolve it. So what happened. So we litigated. The case for a full year and the We've one thing I did. Is that a took a page out of Lloyd Bell and Nelson Tyrone's book. Which was that? Lloyd had a really significant case and He was a consortium piece to the case a loss of consortium the spousal claim for loss of myrtle services and we had a forefather of Tort Law in Georgia. Tommy Malone who used to say every good consortium case deserves its own lawyer and so in that situation loyd brought in Nelson to handle the consortium case so that they had they were like oh council in the case and so i. I did that and I brought in Loyd to handle. David's consortium Kate case and so we were double teaming them like they were kind of double teaming us right. I mean they have. The doctor has his lawyer in the hospital has his lawyer. But they're really just doing it to double team. And so we had that dynamic going and we filed the litigation and we we brought in Mary Jo to get them ready for their depositions. They performed beautifully. I hate using the word performed. But they they. They showed up and they were themselves at the deposition at one point they were going through. Cindy's sort of equipment that she needs to get through our daily life and she told him that she has a manual wheelchair and an electric wheelchair but she needs help with the manual wheelchair and they were like well. Why do you need help with the manual wheelchair? And she held up her right arm and she said well I would just go in circles and they start laughing. I mean this is awkward tense. Laugh but it's like oh my gosh. This woman can actually have a sense of humor about her situation. And she's that comfortable in this environment to be herself and be relaxed and I think that was the greatest threat that they realized that they cannot allow a jury to decide this case because of how inspiring you know Cindy is David is as it. S people whereas render Freeman in this case. What's your connection emotionally? My connection emotionally is that I come from a family of doctors. My grandfather was in the first graduating class from emory medical school. My grandfather was a small town. Doctor my uncle's a doctor and I wanted to be a doctor. But I couldn't. I couldn't get the grades in biology so I have a real reluctance to sue doctors even medical malpractice lawyer. And so. That's Kinda why I do this. Olive branch approach at the beginning before we file the case to give them a chance to resolve it and I sort of. It's called the gift of righteous indignation that that I extend the olive branch and I get nothing in return and I make it more about the insurance company and fairness and fighting for what's right so I felt completely above any kind of criticism for suing this hospital or health system in this doctor for what had happened to send because we had tried to make these with them and they were the carrier. That is was obstinate about the the case in their exposure. How does that feel when you're dealing with power and in this case a lot of cases and insurance company who basically says you know to heck with you it feels it's It deals righteous. I mean that's the gift of righteous indignation is that you need to be corrected. I need to stand up to you. You are not being fair in this situation and it's my job to bring fairness. Does your fear ever getting away. Oh sure especially with trial work. That did you know that to actually go the distance and put it to the jury entrust the jury to decide the case and trust yourself to be able to tell the story correctly or effectively in a way that And then it bit at the same time. You're in this sort of ego check phase where you're like. Hey you know this is not about you. This is about sending David. And it's your job to inspire the jury it's their job to inspire the jury and they're inspiring you cindy participated in the marine marathon. Sixteen months after she had her amputations after the event she bicycled. The first twenty five miles on a recumbent lay back bicycle and then David matter at the twenty five Mile Marker and switched out her legs into the spring legs and the Cheetah legs designed after the Cheetah and she and David ran the last mile. And what whatever it is one point two together and so. I mean and she was a workout. Fiend great mom driving the car. Somebody at donated a handicapped van to her a dealership gave it to her. After a couple of months she gave it back. Thank you but I don't need it. I can just drive with a regular car on needs a KNOB on the steering wheel to grab and so that was the sort of emotional battle was trying to realize that. It's not about me that it's about the client. What did you learn from the case? I learned I learned very much. And that was the first time that I ever brought in a psychodrama to to help me prepare the client the deposition and I learned that that is a very important task to do. And I've done it several times since I did it just last week with and another case but to to I suppose also you know I think the base skill that I have learned from this group is the the listening skill in into really pay attention to our clients and to hear their story and to gain their trust by taking the time to hear their story and to spend time in their home and then to bring in a psychodrama..