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Fresh update on "friday night" discussed on John and Ken
"Firefighters are making progress on the fire in Pacific Palisades and spurn more than 1100 acres and his 32% contained, officials say weather and an air attack help Cruz gain control. The fire started Friday night in L. A city fire arson investigators say they have arrested Ramon Rodriguez Flora's on suspicion of starting the fire. 48 year old homeless man was seen emerging from the brush Sunday morning in the 1200 block of Palisades Drive near where L A P D pilots saw a man lighting multiple fires. Chief Ralph Terrazas says Flores was arrested Sunday afternoon after being treated for smoke inhalation. Flores is in jail on $75,000 bail. Ellie City Councilman Joe Buscaino says more than 60% of LFTs calls have been related to the homeless. Steve correct we can if I knew attempted murder, child endangerment and other charges have been filed in Orange County against a man accused of Troy To kill his estranged wife at their son's flag football game. Prosecutors say the man is accused of running across the field toward his wife Friday while holding two large butcher knives. The couple's nine year old son and an off duty cop stopped the attack. Ah, bill aimed at stopping the rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, is heading to President Biden's desk. ABC. Sandy Fields is the bill received strong support from Democrats and Republicans in Congress. President Biden, saying he'll sign the bill that offers grants to help local police improve, identifying and reporting bias driven crimes that often go on reported to stop a P I hate group says there have been more than 6600 reported hate crimes against Asian people in the US since the pandemic started last year. And members of Congress have called on Facebook to give up its plan to create an instagram for kids. Instagram has a notorious record of disinformation, bullying and deception. Senator Richard Blumenthal says he has no trust that Facebook will keep young users safe on Instagram. It has failed. Far too often. Attorneys general from 44 States and territories have also urged Facebook to ditch the idea of an instagram service for kids under 13. The attorneys general SE young kids are not equipped to handle the range of challenges that come with having an instagram account it slow on the five and.
Fresh update on "friday night" discussed on Ben Shapiro
"Sacrifice because I know it's very difficult right now in the army. I guess I have the same answer. We need to assert political control over these things. Not just keep an open mind. We gotta prove these evil ideologies. Out of the institutions and hopefully we can do it soon enough so we don't fail you on. Michael Knowles is the bench bureau show. See you next time. We're only agenda giving voice. Okay, ABC, Orange County. Cumulus. Gifted is right. Okay, ABC news at five o'clock. I'm Kevin Trap. The Palisades Fire is now estimated to be just over 1100 acres with 32% containment as crews work to mop up more hot spots and reopen more roads. Los Angeles fire investigators are releasing more details about the homeless man who allegedly started the brush fire Friday night. They say Ramon Santos Rodriguez was arrested after investigators sent to the scene saw him starting other fires in the area The following day, the L. A county district attorney's office says. The 48 year old is charged with one felony count each of arson of a structure or forest and arson during a state of emergency. He's held on $75,000 bail. In Washington, the House passed a bill targeting hate crimes against Asian American and Pacific Island doors or a P I. Sarah Bartlett reports. The measure easily cleared. The Senate recently in the White House, says President Biden is anxious to sign it. Crimes against those in the A P I community have soared since the coronavirus came out of Wuhan, China, six women of Asian descent died in a mass shooting in the Atlanta area in March. Popular tune will once again be heard this spring..
Fresh update on "friday night" discussed on Tolbert, Krueger and Brooks
"Reds one giants Nothing is we go to the last of the second inning? Kyle Farmer will lead off for Cincinnati against Anthony DeSclafani before he comes up. Let's poise briefly for station identification. This is the KNBR, Northern California Honda Dealers radio Network. This she's the flagship of Giants baseball. Okay NPR and KNBR F San Francisco Police Force Lear. The Dodgers will be here at Oracle Park where we are at the moment. Starting Friday night. Friday night at 6 45, Saturday, 4 15 and a day game on Sunday at 105 Tickets are moving quickly. To see the two rivals For the first time this year, the Giants and the Dodgers the most Venerated rival rape. In baseball. Tickets available in sf giants dot com slash tickets. There's a swinging strike one by Kyle Farmer chasing a slider in the dirt. The outside ball one. Rather, it would have been ball. What if he had not swung at it? All? In one the count? Other slider this time, a check swing and appeal noses. Bruce Dreckman, the first base umpire, said he checked in time. Farmer to 22 average, two homers in 90 at bats. Fastball, yanked past diving third baseman Longoria and through the hole in the left field for a base hit. You jumped in that four seam fastball on the inside and ripped it 96 Mile an hour fastball. That farmer really smoked it. Longoria made the headlong dive to his left, but it was already bad. 99 miles an hour off the bat of.
Fresh update on "friday night" discussed on American Fashion Podcast
"There's definitely going to be new people. Sprouting there's going to be some of the old guard still bearing. Obviously the ralph lauren's one hundred. You know not really affected too much by this. But i think the more designers definitely were really hurt by this just as you mentioned restaurants in your friend having restaurant at it i keep thinking that i mean a lot of people have built a really great outdoor spaces you know and have created wonderful environments so when it goes back to closer to eighty percent capacity. Let's say that means they can increase their capacity by that much know because now they have the outdoor space. Do you think that will help combat. Well it's funny because we have the same conversation He said here's the part of the problem is he's having a hell of a time getting staff staff he's like people don't want to work right now he's like people can make more money or make enough money to not work and unemployment. So we're in a little bit of a dilemma right now. Where because there there are some kind of you know subsidization of of unemployment rate now. It's not balanced. A lot of people aren't as motivated to work so they're kind of like You know what. I'd rather just not work and do my own thing for a so. I think people were kind of writing this but saying it's really challenging for him to our staff he's like even if i could open the stores tomorrow enough people around the place. He's like a half staff with people and he can't find you. I just read this to and the times thinking here. You saying it's true. I mean literally spoke to him. Friday night and i said know beautiful outdoor space. Like you said you know wouldn't it is going to be awesome. This whole thing opens us problem is he's he's talked to a lot of you. Know people in in government and he said yeah. It's it's a problem right now because people aren't willing to go back to work there's and there's not enough people necessarily living in new york so we're in a little bit of a. It's gonna be a i think it's going to be some time We were fortunate to to reopen in. I would hate to be in the in the food business in new york city. Just got decimated from us. I mean we. We definitely got hurt but they got really hurt. You can't you can't sell. It means hard to.
Fresh update on "friday night" discussed on Radio Boston
"Since last friday when it started in a remote wooded area of williamstown we wanted to find out how unusual. This fire is how much it has to do with climate. Change what it means for the health and safety of the communities in its wake so joining us to give us an update. Is dave selena. Chief fire warden for the department of conservation and recreation. Dave thank you for joining us. Welcome to radio boston. Thank you for having me. So dave i when i close my eyes. I don't even know what to imagine. I understand you've been to the site of the fire. Can you describe what a fire of this proportion is like well. It's actually A grew a little bit more. The acreage currently nine hundred forty seven acres up there and we'll tell you a little bit about where it is located about two miles northeast of the centre of williamstown off of route to the route two corridor in an actually sits right up on the the ridge top where the appalachian trail Leaves route two travels up Across that hill country in links up with the long trail in southern vermont and It started Friday night Early evening Off of Of a road to the west of the of the ridgetop and actually burned up slope Into the clark. Clarksburg state forest Area The the extent of it actually Is burned about eighty. Five percents of the footprint is in the clarksburg state forest in It burned along the leaf litter. It's a it's not a huge amount of damage. Actually it's The state forest is actually still there in In in the fire behavior. What we call the fire behaviors actually a pretty typical of what we see. In springtime wildland fire. Behavior even here in new england. So i want to unpack that a little bit because my understanding is also that it's the biggest fire of this kind in over twenty years. You you sound pretty calm about it. You know pretty soon about it. So square that circle. Sure really. so you're correct. It's the largest fire that we've had since nineteen ninety nine in nineteen ninety nine. We had eleven hundred acre fire over into coa mountain just north of westfield actually in the town of russell In on on night annette. Big god chunk of mountain that sits right next to the mass massachusetts turnpike in You know historically it seems significant that we would have another fire that was close to a thousand acres but when we look at history in massachusetts and across the northeast united states It's actually not that uncommon if we if we take a big snapshot in time going back even even just one hundred years..
Death Toll in Mexico City Subway Collapse Rises to 26
"I'm Julie Walker the death toll from the collapse of an elevated section of the Mexico City metro rose to twenty six Friday after an injured passenger died in the hospital meanwhile more than thirty remained hospitalized demonstrators demanding justice for the victims clash Friday night with riot police attempting to prevent them from getting to the site of the tragedy another group arriving earlier in the day set small altars laid flowers and lit candles the only thing is that I was treated at Castro saying we're asking for justice we comes so that the accident that happened due to a lack of maintenance is not forgotten and to remind authorities all subway facilities need to be maintained Monday night's accident that sent a train car plunging off the overpass was one of the deadliest in the history of the subway and questions quickly arose about the structural integrity authorities are pledging a thorough investigation I'm Julie Walker
What to Know About Updated Mask Guidance in DC Area
"D. C is making yet another change to its mask mandate for fully vaccinated people Mayor Muriel Bowser, reversing an indoor mass guidance she issued just last night. Earlier, Bowser stated that fully vaccinated people could shed their masks while walking through common areas of their apartments, condos or co ops fully vaccinated. People also allowed to enter businesses without masks all those of the portions of the Friday night order that were reversed this afternoon. Under today's order, fully vaccinated people can on Lee shed their masks indoors at small private gatherings. New guidance from the CDC says vaccinated people can safely remove their masks out. Doors unless they're at a crowded event. In a one on one interview, Dr Anthony Fauci broke down the announcement with W. T. O P s Meghan Cloherty. The risk of getting infected outdoors is very, very low, and I passed people being on the C and O canal or in my neighborhood, and you see them alone without anybody within 100 yards of them wearing a mask. It's a step in the right direction. But if I'm vaccinated, shouldn't I be able to do more than just the outside without a mask on? I think a lot of people are wondering when I'm going to be able to doom or inside, you know, it's really going to depend on two things. The level of virus dynamics in your community and the relative number of people that are vaccinated. See our whole interview with Dr Fauci on w t o p dot com and what he says about when you can lose the mascot
Taillon earns 1st win in exactly 2 years, Yanks beat Tigers
"Erin judge had three hits and three RBIs since the Yankees down the sputtering tiger six four judge followed Friday night's two Homer five RBI performance by breaking a one all tie in the fifth inning scoring DJ lemay he'll try to do my job you know especially when I got on base to try to get my teammates yes that's really what it comes down to it's not just about locked in for that fifteen thirty forty five seconds and we try to do a job Gleyber Torres also drove in three runs as New York won for the sixth time in seven games and improved to thirteen or fourteen Jameson Taillon allowed one run three hits and struck out eight over five innings for his first victory in exactly two years Detroit has a majors worst record it eight and twenty I'm Dave Ferrie
Pandemic Immunoprivilege and how to get Vaccinated
"We hear it in the fake have been talking from the very beginning about the impact that this pandemic is having on black indigenous latino latina and poc communities last week. Vaccinations opened up for all of the adults in the united states. And wow over. Forty percent of the population have received at least one dose of the vaccine as of this past sunday but always with this pandemic. It's like yes but the rate has been declining with less than three million vaccines being distributed per day. And that's the lowest level since march thirty first. So it's a little bit like what's going on and today we're gonna talk all about this next phase of the pandemic in terms of vaccination equity and this notion of immune privilege which i've been thinking a lot about because i am now. I had a social gathering on friday night in the park. And i'm i realized my privilege to feel safe enough to do that with my girlfriends who were all vaccinated so kisha in a recent interview with seagulls samuel for vox. You said that. There's a moral and a mutual obligation for people to get vaccinated though of course as we know the access thing isn't equitable right. I mean just even new york the fact that you have to have a computer you have to have internet. You have to know how to do it. You have to know how to refresh. So can you talk to his kisha about this question of moral obligation and how you understand this. In terms of the next phase of open access truly open access in terms of vaccinations. So i think what's really important to remember. Is that when you call something. In obligation it puts certain obligations on other people so if i that getting vaccinated against covid nineteen is a moral obligation that then puts the obligations on public health services on governments on our healthcare system to make sure that people can't even get access to the vaccine right now. That's a real big problem that we're
NYPD Investigates Violent Attack On 61-Year-Old Asian Man
"The NYPD is hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the attack on a 61 year old Asian American man who was attacked in Harlem late Friday as a possible hate crime. It's the latest in a string of assaults against people of Asian descent across the city. The attack happened on Friday night at 125th Street and Third Avenue. Police say the victim was hit from behind and surveillance video shows him on the ground as the suspect repeatedly kicks him. After the attack, the suspect walks away. The victim was hospitalized in critical
7 Deputies on Leave After Fatal Shooting of Black Man
"Placed on leave after the fatal shooting of a black man. The deputies were carrying out a search and arrest warrant in Elizabeth City Wednesday morning when they fatally shot Andrew Brown Jr the past could tank county sheriff held a press conference online Friday night. Expressed condolences to Brown's family. The sheriff pledged if any of his deputies were found to have violated laws or policies, they will be held accountable. Body camera footage of the shooting has not been made public. The shooting has spurred protests in Elizabeth City. I'm Jim Forbes. The names of the
Two bodies found in capsized Seacor Power Disaster
"Off the Louisiana Gulf coast, the Coast Guard says Divers recovered two unresponsive crew members of the capsized, seek or power off the Louisiana coast Friday night. A Coast Guard spokesman declined to elaborate and referred questions from The Associated Press to a local coroner. Vessel designed to support offshore oil rigs overturned in rough weather Tuesday, about eight miles south of the Louisiana coast. 19 workers were aboard. Six people were rescued Tuesday. One body was recovered from the water Wednesday, and the Coast Guard says another body was found Thursday. Nine workers remain missing. I Mike Rossia pressure mounted today on two contenders hoping to lead German
Coast Guard: 2 more capsize victims recovered off Louisiana
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. Coast Guard says two more victims from a capsized vessel have been recovered off the Louisiana Gulf coast the Coast Guard says divers recovered to unresponsive crew members of the capsized C. core power off the Louisiana coast Friday night the Coast Guard spokesman declined to elaborate and referred questions from the Associated Press to a local corner the vessel designed to support offshore oil rigs overturned in rough weather Tuesday about eight miles south of the Louisiana coast nineteen workers were aboard six people were rescued Tuesday one body was recovered from the water Wednesday and the Coast Guard says another body was found Thursday nine workers remain missing hi Mike Rossio
Street racers flip over, shoot fireworks at car in Seattle's University District
"Posted posted at at cos cos dot dot com. com. It's a person who shot the video, saying street racers flipped over a car late Friday night after some kind of altercation. Ah, firework was then thrown at it. And then moments later, someone driving an SUV. Push the vehicle out of the intersection. Seattle police say they took a number of calls about it 50 cars and about 200 people reported at a street racing event, 47th Street and 11th Avenue in the U. District. A few cars were reported doing donuts and burning tires while doing the drifting maneuvers. When officers arrived, that group had scattered off arrests were made. Two Two hours hours for for the the West West Seattle Seattle Global Global Bridget Bridget will will now now now remain remain remain open open open for for for three three three more more more hours hours hours on on on weekends. weekends. weekends. The The The
Joe Musgrove Throws First No-Hitter in Padres History
"In Major League Baseball Friday night. Joe must row pitch the San Diego Padres first no hitter in the 53 year history of the franchise in there, three Nothing with a Texas The Padres have been the on Lee Major League team that had never thrown a no hitter until last night.
75-Year-Old Man Dead, Woman Injured In Chicago Apartment Fire
"A woman hospitalized after an apartment fire and the Brainard neighborhood late Friday night. WGN's Judy Wang with more Yes identified by the Cook County Medical examiner's office as 75 year old John Macon, a woman is hospitalized in serious condition at Christ Medical Center. The damage here is extensive. The fire broke out and about 11 last night. The apartment building is located at 94th and Southall step what firefighters arrived. They saw the flames shooting through the roof. Two police officers went into the building and pulled the woman out. It is unknown what type of injuries she suffered in this fire. Chicago police say those two officers drove themselves a little company of Mary Hospital after the rescue. They're being treated for smoke inhalation. Firefighters say the building didn't appear to have working smoke detectors. Ah 48 year old man
75-year-old man dies in Brainerd fire, Chicago FD says no working smoke detectors in building
"Examiner says the 75 year old John McCone died in an apartment fire late Friday night. A woman was also hurt in the place on the 9400 block of South Hall Stead, as were two police officers attempting to rescue the victims. Firefighters on scene say heavy flames and smoke hampered their rescue efforts. We knew that we find out that there was one thing that might possibly be in the building, but we weren't able to gain access to make a rescue, so unfortunately end up being Firefighters also say that the building did not appear to have working smoke detectors and the Chicago Fire Department will distribute smoke detectors in that neighborhood later today, body
Joe Musgrove Throws First No-Hitter in Padres History
"The first no hitter of the 2021 Major league baseball season belongs to San Diego's Joe Musgrove, The Padres Hurler accomplished the feat Friday night against the Texas Rangers in Arlington, allowing just one base runner on a hit by pitch. It's also the first no hitter and ponderous history. The only team without one's allow the Padres win the game three
Musgrove throws no-hitter as San Diego Padres beat Texas Rangers 3-0
"A pitcher who grew up watching the San Diego Padres has pitched the team's first no hitter and the seasons as well, defeating the Texas Rangers three to nothing Friday night. Cliff Albert reports 28 year old Joe Must. Grove grew up in San Diego, watching the Padres play from the stands. He chased batting practice home runs at Qualcomm Stadium. And then cheered from his family season seats in right field at Petco Park. It took 52 seasons at 8206 games for a Padres pitcher to finally do something none had done before. Must Grove who played baseball it? Grossman High School in La Mesa, and the minor leagues had never thrown a no hitter before, even in Little League But now is a hometown kid. He's made
Family of DMX holds vigil outside New York hospital
"Well dan mx his family friends beyond say kids fans. Everybody has turned out. They actually announced it was going to be a prayer vigil outside the white plains. Hospital in new york and hundreds of people showed up to pray for d. Mx that was amazing. Did ya see the video. People outside a lot of prayers for them. Ex-man prefre that brothers harder. You would prefer you because you know he would. Dan max pray anyway anytime for anybody so fast. That energy should be given back to Mr earl simmons right now All right well m. mx as you know has been in the hospital. Since friday night. He had a heart attack. They are saying that overdose friday night and they did try to resuscitate him to keep him alive but they said he was left without oxygen to his brain for nearly thirty minutes which resulted in very little brain activity. That we are praying for a miracle.
'Chernobyl' and 'Harry Potter' actor Paul Ritter dies at 54
"Actor Paul Ritter has died of a brain tumor at the age of fifty four I marches are a letter with a look at his career Paul Ritter was known for his versatility he played an engineer blamed for a mistake at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the HBO drama Chernobyl he appeared as the wizard Eldred warble in Harry potter and the half blood prince he portrayed a member of a mysterious organization in the James Bond film quantum of solace British audiences knew him for the sitcom Friday night dinner he was nominated for a Tony Award in two thousand eight for his role in the Norman conquests
Prayer Vigil Held Outside New York Hospital for Rapper DMX
"Of a hospital in White Plains, New York of Vigil is held for rapper DMX, whose on life support family publicists, Angelo Ellerbee tells the little woman Move him up. We don't praise the Lord. Wait, get the gift to him. DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons suffered a heart attack on Friday night.
Family, Supporters Hold Vigil for Hospitalised Rapper DMX
"A vigil this afternoon and White Plains, New York, outside the hospital, where rapper DMX remains on life Support family published lists. Angelo Ellerbee rallied supporters. Him up. We're gonna place the loathe way. Don't get the kids to him and DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons had a heart attack on Friday night. He has a history of substance abuse and the NC
"friday night" Discussed on The Daily
"High school felt normal. Next time on odessa behind that sense of normalcy. The school nurses who have been responsible for contact. Tracing are feeling very overwhelmed and find themselves facing the largest quarantine of.
"friday night" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"friday night" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"I don't know if you've heard of outta outta high. It's like a relief agency for sure. Africa yeah so the the the the guy who runs that he's a really good guy. He's an old family friend. The owner of holy land. The guy before all of this even happened what over to east africa and was like building like entire frigging cities and like wells and messages and whatever the guys are really good guy but yeah anyway so tweet surface that were old right and everybody jumped on it. They're like i'm boycotting. I was one of those people unless there is unless the community forgives. Get what them saying. That i i can't in good conscience go there because that's really messed up right. I mean i still haven't gone back but just honestly i never even went that much. The asa survived the cancel attempt. They they took some hard hit so like they were in midtown global market as they had like another location that they you know revoke release. Yeah and here. Here's where it became like a coordinated like saba. We found out dug up those tweets because they were in direct competition with them selling to like costco and sam's club in minnesota. Like if like before this if you went to costco sam's club usa holy land homeless who's dominant all the white people minnesota they're like oh my god holy holy land hamas. You've talked to any white person about homeless are gonna be like yeah. I got some from holy land anyways so why is it. The daughters views cast death. Cancel culture borough. Well let's to work there to rate. She's still worked there at the time and to be fair. The hashtag was like family. Says my dad's completely. Yeah but at the same time seven years ago ratios bats. I send i showed sim tweets surpri forgot. Yeah but simms reaction was like this person is mentally unstable. This isn't like a normal person. I think she was a little girl. That was figuring things super She came out and she apologized to give her credit like she given like a like a. She gave a heartfelt apology and everything. I think she needs to adopt a black child. That would be a sufficient so apology. Whatever does to marry a black chick must have dated from the kkk k. k. rights imagine imagine palestinian marina. Buckeye doesn't happen to house getting married a black stories. Yeah where they were disowned onset..
"friday night" Discussed on Skullduggery
"The Roger Ailes DNA. That informs the trump campaign both sixteen today is very strong that Roger ailes approach to the racially divisive politics that Nixon exploited because like the silent majority meant the white majority. The silent majority meant that he was going to protect suburban and EXURBAN whites from those people in the in the that were burning the cities down. And in that narrower media climate of the time, it may have seemed like a much more compelling message than it does today because we didn't see pro the provocations in those cases as clearly as we do today. There wasn't a scene of consistently of George Floyd on TV, there were bigger cataclysmic moments definitely, okay. Bobby Kennedy all these, but they weren't. As the media landscape was a different place. I think that there's a inclination on the side of the trump folks. Very much play to the cop cult and very much play to the back. The Blue folks who he sees as the core of is base not inappropriately by the way they are the core of his base, and I think it also reflects sort of belief of trump himself. Fred's kid here is not a guy who is notoriously been a civil rights leader in this country. And, because of the way, I think that trump himself us. Race based on simple part five the birther stuff that casino stuff all these matters I think very much. Reflect his approach of saying be tough. Knock them down. Don't treat him too nice all that sort of It's not quite bull, Connor, the dogs work, but it's in. It's knocking on the door of the kind of and I gotta just say that as we've been recording this podcast. Trump tweeted. Maybe he was listening because he just tweeted about Mitch. McConnell at Mitch always delivers for the people. Who will hopefully reelect their powerful Senate majority leader. Mitch has helped us make America great again. I and has my complete and total endorsement. Worried about the scenario. Laid out. Will We will see on that, but does it does make me wonder whether they were listening Yeah Rick. You support for President Two Thousand Sixteen I supported Marco Rubio. And after Rubio dropped out I went from radio I Like, everybody else I went to the stations of the cross. As we as we went down the chain, you know it ended with basic I. Guess but I worked for a pro mark of Super Pac briefly that was coming together with a bunch of California. Folks who are investing a Super Pac out there. That fell apart because trump started to eat marco's lunch. And he jabs lunch. And you know, you could almost see in real time the alteration of the DNA of the Republican Party. What are you? Can I can I ask? What do you make of Rubio now? I was really struck the other day when the Bolton book came out, and Rubio was asked about that appalling scene in the Bolton book where the President seems to be encouraging, President Gee to continue with the herding of Wieger 's a million leaguers into concentration camps now that's been an issue for Rubio. He has spoken out about Chinese human rights abuses in particular. What's being done to? To the weavers, and when he was asked about what was in Bolton's book, Rubio, who, now by the way, is acting chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee says well I don't have any way of knowing whether that happened I wasn't there? Who knows whether it happened or not? Now it would seem to me that the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee's job is to find out information when you weren't there in the room. That's what intelligence is all about assure you gotta read back to the intelligence community of those meetings all right. So what do you make of? The Way Rubio responds these days and continues to have good kid gloves about the president of the United States. But I. I like Marco, but there are a lot of people in the Senate now. Who are what I call profiles and Chicken Shit. They are so afraid of Donald. Trump that they will do anything. To prevent him from turning his eye on to them, they'll do anything to keep him from attacking them or tweeting about. or saying something nasty or giving them a new. Name? Them Rick you just set. You told us a little while ago that the president's numbers are so shaky that he's running ads in the panhandle, the Florida panel Lou Most Ruby Red Part of Florida. If he's worried about the Florida panhandle, why is Rubio so chicken Shit of Donald Trump right now? Because if he goes after if he goes after Donald Trump, he will not get invitations to appear on Fox News. He goes after trump. The president's twitter feed will will attack him, and he will be turned into a political pariah, and I will tell you the other reason and. We all know this almost every one of these members of the Senate. Who is younger and more ambitious? They want to run for President Twenty Twenty Four. And they have in their heads of very simple calculus that calculus is this. They believe that they can create a post. Trump nationalist populist party they can sand off the rough edges of Donald Trump and they can become the Avatar for for nationalism and post conservatism, and get the trump based to stick with them in the twenty twenty four national election. That, they can build this new coalition of nationalist economic populism that is still fairly white, but also make big inroads working class vote. To get that they all think to themselves. They have to keep Fox and they have to keep the trump base, and they're going to do everything they can to not have on their permanent record an attack on Donald Trump and conflict with donald trump. They really want to avoid that at all costs. Well, that's certainly been the case until now I do wonder as the poll numbers continue to slip for trump. Now Biden is now up by twelve points in the in the Fox News poll double digits. Murdoch household. Last question from me, this is. Kind of amazingly that this would ever happen in our lifetimes, but there is. Some serious discussion among relatively serious people that. If Donald trump loses the election which he is now on a seems to be on a glide path toward doing that. He may not willingly give up his office. You know there's the possibility at least all these male in votes that we won't know the results immediately that he will use that to wreak havoc and he will you know try to undermine the legitimacy? Is that something that you think people legitimately ought to be concerned about, or is that a little paranoid at this? This point as I told a democratic group the other day that I spoke to like. How do we prevent this I? Said well. You Win the election by such John Margin that it doesn't matter if he cheats you absolutely just have to destroy him electoral. You'd have to beat him not by you know. Two hundred and seventy three electoral college got me by three hundred and fifty, and that that idea that trump will try to stay. I think is legitimate for one reason. What do we know about Donald Trump? Donald Trump Kinda gambler. He's kind of a day trader. He will always try to pull off some kind of bs because he thinks he can get away with it, and he's often right. He's often correct. The Hill tweet, something or name, somebody something, and it will often stick. He's got a very cunning wave getting that that sort of populism to work for him now. Now, does that mean he is going to be able to stay. In the White, house and he's beaten and and the electoral college certifies the vote. No, it will it will, it may take time. He may be stubborn, but don't be surprised if it's a closer election that he declares voter fraud that he tries to litigated that he that he gets on on Fox News immediately every day after that. The election was stolen. The country's at risk I need ninety days one.
"friday night" Discussed on Skullduggery
"People are emailing the Home Office thing I hereby point so and so cheap to do obscenities unit, but you never gonNA. necessarily. You don't have to agree with the policy. Priorities of who the attorney general is for all four of those that I just mentioned three Republicans one Democrat I never questioned their essential integrity and independence. I I never saw any of them make a public statement that was immediately obvious or called out as being ally. I never believed that they were there to try to help or hurt the president or other political figures and And I think William bars is completely different in kind from those four ages who I worked under, so let's talk a little about the cases that people have pointed to the politically sensitive cases that the office was doing probably first, and foremost is the ongoing case of lead Parnis and ego fruman the to cronies of Rudy Giuliani, who have been indicted for illegal campaign contributions including arranging fun funding to a pro-trump Super Pac, and that has supposedly spun off. It's been reported to an investigation of Giuliani himself. That would seem to be you know. The most single most sensitive case that the office had there was also whatever happened to the outgrowth if If there was any of the Michael Cohen. Guilty plea for making the illegal payment to the porn star to protect Donald Trump that was implicated the trump organization, because Cohen got the money from the trump organization. What did they know there's that? There's also the Jeffrey Epstein case that obviously has gotten lots of attention as you look at the Pantheon, of cases out there. Do you believe that this could be related to the conduct of any of those investigations? Yeah, so each one of those investigations and I I'll throw in hulk. Thank while Turkish bank which we can talk about right although the Ha-. Bank has been indicted. They indicted the bank right. Right well, so always Epstein Cohen the question is where to these cases go how far and so let partners? The question I was looked. Every case I I mean I've had cases. It started with one person ended up with forty defendants. Right you just. Part of the I guess fun of being prosecutors. When you start a case, you just don't know who else is GONNA end up getting implicated in it, and so the question is on the one hand it helps me keep faith in the independent of SDN. Why did they even been allowed to get some of these cases off the crown that even under this administration, and some of the time under Bill Bar? They were allowed to indict Michael Cohen that was pretty bar to indict less Parnis to indict Hawk Bank, but the question is. Are they being allowed to run their full course? I'll give you a couple. Examples of what I'm talking about. Jeffrey Epstein Obviously He. He was indicted guide. Okay, but there is still a major investigation of co-conspirators I mean all the papers that DOJ put in Suny put in made clear obscene did not do this alone. There are multiple people out there who should have been indicted and if you remember this was last summer of twenty, nineteen. Both Essien Suny and William Bar after Epstein died made very strong statements that this will continue in this bars. Quote was his Co. conspirators should not rest easy well here. We are ten months later. Where's the case against the CO conspirators? That's number one. Maybe it's coming soon. I hope it's coming soon. It seems like an open and shut case Michael Cohen. Michael Cohen is the only person. CONVICTED OF! To do with the hush money payments to the two women who alleged they had that they had affairs with Donald, trump's, and that to me is a very strange outcome because you have a lot of people clearly were involved in authorizing and making an approving these payments yet. Only Michael Cohen has ever been charged. Nobody else. The problem on that one could be as simple as. The only other potential defendant. And the one who benefited the most from that is the president of the United States and under Justice Department policy you can indict a sitting president, or it may be that the evidence to prove that the president's intent was to affect the election simply rests on the word of Michael Cohen who's. Convicted of lying to the government, so not your best witness to bring a case against the President United States. I agree with both of those things. I mean look obviously cannot indict president, and I think SDN lie again. This is pre bar, but they managed to put in a shot in their in their sentencing. About of Michael Cohen where they said Michael, Cohen acted at the direction, and for the benefit of individual walk I mean look I. I'm guessing here. There's no way hell. They'll bar allowed that David to be put. In in any sort of DOJ court by that devastating statement, and yes I agree it's not the strongest case in the world, and Michael Cohen was willing to take a plea, so he can plead to. It S also made the move and I don't think there's anything nefarious here that that could be fairly second guess they free to Wesel Berg and packer right the guy from the national enquirer but. But when the movie were involved in these payments and look, it's the tactical decision I've.
"friday night" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Head of the civil rights visuals, a letter that was supposed to go to Mayor de Blasio, criticizing him for a double standard on social distancing, because he was continuing to push for social distancing for religious ceremonies, but not for protesting, and they wanted apparently Berman to sign this letter berm refused to do it because of wanted to preserve his relationship with the city, and I think he probably thought it was overtly political. Would that in any way explain? What happened here to you or let me say this? If that was the reason, why don't you say? Why not just say we had the difference in policy opinion and we're removing. However you know there's various ways that could be done legally, and and not just not just. That, but why about it was? He's stepping down and beyond that if this is the reason if you had a falling out over policy or whether he should be signing this letter or not, why offering a job at main justice for those three reasons I'm having a little bit of a hard time accepting that some sort of combined or legitimate reason, we should point out also that in bars letter on Saturday he. Encouraged any prosecutors are members of the office. who think that something improper is going on the contact. The Inspector General, which is not something you would do if your goal was to somehow squash the the investigation into Rudy Giuliani or any investigation into the trump organization. Now. Maybe bar felt he had no choice at that point, but isn't that. What the lawyers called men's Raya. Yeah right right. I mean I think that's what a lawyer calls. Cover your ass. I, it could. It could well be that, but it was not something he had to do, and also just think about it, you look. How long did you work in the office? Like eight years eight and a half years you know the people in their. You know their reputation for independence and integrity, and for chafing at any restrictions. Put on them by the by main justice. If in fact, the game plan, a bar was to interfere in these politically sensitive cases. Do you think? Think there's any way the world would not learn immediately about what he was trying to do I mean Berman himself. Let's say Berman took the job and then saw his cases being squashed. Surely you know, he would speak out as many other prosecutors in the office. Well, let me say two things on that number one. There are ways to undermine a case short of just coming in sending in the troops and saying we're seizing these files in this case closed right. There are more. Although bar has done that in the case of Michael Flynn. I'm sure I mean take for example on the molar case. Right Voeller lays out. What I think is a powerful case for obstruction. I mean I was one of the number of well over a thousand former prosecutors who said this is more than enough to charge obstruction of justice. Still Bar just sort of looks at it and the issues this summary Conclusion well I I respectfully in user these terms, but I respectfully disagree I. Just don't see an obstruction charge here. I mean so. That's not you know that's a subtle way to undermine the case to just say well. We have different interpretations. Look at the Michael Flynn cakes. A bar comes in and he and he covers himself in in official, looking legal citations and says this case was mishandled I. Mean if you really look at it. He's wrong legally, but MOLIERE's disagree. Warriors take silly positions, and so you can undermine the case in a really insidious way by just saying well I just reach an opposite conclusion. It's not necessarily as has obvious and sinister I. I hereby shut down. You just say well. I'm the Attorney General and that's why you know God. Bless you for being independent, but you're still part of the Justice Department and to you know I'm the AG and my word prevails. That's number one number two culturally in the southern district of New York. There is a the way you are raised. The way I was raised there is you do your job? You don't be a squeaky wheel. You never leak I mean I don't believe that asking why leaks in any significant way at least. USA's there. There's other people around you deal with law enforcement agencies, but I mean we had. The living daylights scared out of US and occasionally media. Call me I did mop cases, and they'd want me to talk about him. I was scared. I would just go. Press Office called the press office. Had whatever the extension was the and then just hang up. So there's that and also the reality is what's third year a USA if he feels like the attorney general has interfered with his case is GonNa pick up the phone and call the inspector general, who, by the way the attorney general and the president repeatedly have undermine. Let's not forget the undermined the Inspector General Oh, Gosh, they, they embrace the re the Pfizer report right well. No, they they embrace what they like, but they don't embrace with what they don't I mean when there were findings that there was no political button, no explicit political bias I mean trump has spoken out. Out Against this inspector, general several times, Bar hated the initial report that came out of Michael, Horowitz, who the office on the origins of the Russian case, and then that's why bar went and got John Durham and I think he's just you know it's like wow. I Durham was or had already been appointed to do that investigation. In fact, it was Durham who put out the most surprising comment of Durham. Some guy who's been up career prosecutor, a guy who's pretty well respected in the law enforcement community was he who challenged the conclusion of the Inspector General about the origins of the Russia investigation bar did as well, but it was Durham. Minded as well. Say said something to the effect of I. Don't necessarily agree with that and we'll. We'll see what Durham has to say, and an even when a step farther tipped his hand, and said I think we're going to be seeing so really. You know a strong findings coming out of Durham Shop, which is by the way against the Justice Department manual to a comment on pending investigation and be too common in a substantive way about how it might come out so far is undermine the I. J no question. Yeah, and it's pretty unusual for maybe unprecedented for an attorney general to criticize his own Inspector General I don't think. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. Push back on that. We've already inspector general reports in which it's then distributed to the agencies the FBI the Justice Department, etc, and they make comments they accept the findings, and then they will challenge some findings as well. That is not that unusual for. Justice, department, of say, no, we don't accept all of your findings. There was a natural between any agency head and the I G that's why in hygiene is there to make findings about waste, fraud abuse, and within the agency head of ages. He's GonNa. Be! There's GonNa. There's a natural tension when I don't approve of. Is Bill Bar Holding up the I g the same person he has publicly undermined that we can debate to what extent but to some extent, and said hey, everybody after he got called out by the. The Way Bar for lying, saying well by the way anyone feel free to call the I G. if you see any problems, I mean like I said first of all as a practical matter what third year he's going to pick up the phone and get in touch with the IT office. I wouldn't have I would not have an and I think most of my colleagues would not have you want to do your job. You don't want to cause drama in the department and like I said there's ways bark and undermine. Undermine a case that are much more subtle and much less obviously sinister that I think people often imagine. What are you GonNa? Do say I thought there was an obstruction case here, but the a g disagreed with me. I want you to fix it. I G, that's just not a realistic. Okay. Let's step back for a second and put bars conduct in this episode in some contact historical context so to cough mentioned the Mike Flynn case where bar made the decision to drop that case, you mentioned the Mueller Investigation and obstruction..
"friday night" Discussed on Skullduggery
"I will say that I've talked to friends of bars. Who say that he is a guy who doesn't really care that much about. About what the headline writers say about him, or what the editorial pages say about him, but he does care, or he has always cared in the past about the Justice Department as an institution and the and the people who work there, and they cannot be particularly happy with how things are going and I wonder if that is stinging at all I, wonder if Bill Baras particularly happy these days in that job. Maybe he'll be the next to head for the hills. Doesn't seem seems likely. I don't see that happening. Hey, we should also point out before we get to our guests. Quite a scene in Tulsa the other night at the president's rally underwhelming turnout. What did the Tulsa authorities estimate the crowd as about sixty two hundred, well less than capacity, far from the one million that the president's campaign folks were suggesting wanted to come to that rally, and if you saw the shots of trump getting off Alec opther after returning from the rally, boy. Did he look unhappy? He did I think that if I were a senior member of his campaign team right now say Brad Parse. Carl I would not feel like my position was particularly safe and There are already rumors out there that he could be either demoted or out. We'll have to see about that, you know. I will say this. The only the silver lining here I think is that my guess is. There are a lot of people did not go to the rally because they were worried about. About catching covid nineteen, the numbers were spiking in in Oklahoma and people were not worrying masks in large numbers, and as ideology and political leanings only take you so far at the end of the day. My guess is there are a lot of people there who were didn't want to sacrifice you. Know their own or the health of their families, so that Donald? Trump could have a capacity crowd there. Yes, you can't imagine why. They wouldn't want to sacrifice the health of their families. Anyway, look, we got two great guests to talk about it, so let's get right to it. and. We now have with us to try to make sense of the whole US attorney fiasco. In New, York former federal prosecutor former prosecutor in the US Attorney's office in the Southern District Ellie Hoenig Ellie welcome back to skulduggery. Thank you Michael I. Think the key word used was the qualifier tried to make said. I. Don't know tends to be made here. Though bad well, you just let up to my first question. Because I and a lot of other people are baffled by what happened here. Why Bar chose to try to remove Berman in the way he did it obviously didn't succeed, but he did succeed in getting rid of him. What do you make of the series of events over the weekend about your former office in New York? So the only logical conclusion I can draw as that. That, this was a political play I. Just don't think you can look at all the facts as they played out and come to any other conclusion. So what's let me run through what I mean by that first of all? They know this late on a Friday night. That in itself does not solve anything, but let's keep in mind right? No one ever announces anything that they're proud of or they. They feel like they can fully defend at nine thirty on a Friday night. Then more importantly than that, they lie about bill bore lies. He told everybody that Justice Berman will be stepping down. I gotTa Tell You when I saw that announcement. My first thought was I'm not so sure about that in an hour later. Jeff Berman tells US nonsense I not stepping down I never said I was stepping down. So why is bill bar lying about that? Also with respect to the timing to remove a US attorney who was trump himself? Technically, he was nominated by Jeff sessions because trump never nominated anybody and then confirmed by just trump. Trump interviewed him, and he was hand picked by trump, and he's a longtime Republican. WHO's donated to Republicans to remove a person like that less than five months before the election with no warning to anybody is inexplicable, and I think fairly unprecedented so when you look at all of that, and then of course there was the whole confusing sideshow where bar changes position to say well now I've asked President and he is out and he will be firing you and then Donald Trump. When asked about that, I didn't have anything to do with it so they. They don't have their stories straight or their act stray, and my only conclusion is is it's political because look, the southern district is famously independent, and they have a whole series of prosecutions and investigation now going against people in trump's close orbit, so ellie I mean if bar or trump if they just decided, they liked this Guy Jay Clayton. WHO's the head of the SEC? And who was looking for a new job? They could have nominated him, but not removed Berman right. I mean they can say okay well. We want this guy in, so we're going. Going to nominate him, and you know Birmingham be there until he goes in, but I just wonder you say political, but is there at least the possibility, and there have been some suggestions of this and some of the coverage that I've read that it may not be political in the sense that they did like where the investigations were going getting too close to trump Giuliani, investigation for example. I'm not saying that wasn't that, but I'm wondering. Is it possible that it's also far didn't like Berman's coach that he was obstinate that he didn't want to. Difficult to work with. Is that a possibility? Would that be considered political? Let me say that I can't rule anything out, but to me. It seems highly highly unlikely for a couple of reasons, reason number one. They can't have had a problem with Berman's competency because we know. They offered him a high ranking position at main just at Justice Department headquarters, so they had a problem with his performance or his competency. You don't offer to move the guy down to dc into the main headquarters. Let let's start with that second of all Jay Clayton by Biolo- county, decent guy but woefully. Woefully woefully unqualified to be the US. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and all I..
"friday night" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Mike, Eliza chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo News and I'm Dan Kleinman editor in chief of Yahoo. News so bizarre is the only word I can think of to explain what was happening at the Justice Department over the weekend, clearly the idea of getting rid of the US attorney in the southern district of New York with only. Six months left. Seven months left in. The administration seemed inexplicable. You put that on top of all these sensitive cases that Berman had going in the southern district, and it certainly seemed suspicious. We don't really know, but surely it did not do a lot to instill already sinking confidence in the Justice Department I. Don't get it, you know we as we've said on this podcast many times we covered bill bar. Bar closely when he was deputy attorney general than when he was Attorney General back in the early nineties, he always struck me as one of the smartest lawyers that I ever encountered at the Justice Department, but not only that he was also a deft political operator, and he did not make these kinds of mistakes. In fact to the contrary, he was really good about making sure that he had the. The kinds of relationships on Capitol Hill for example that would protect him. He was pretty tough guy, but he was deferential when he needed to be because he knew he needed to keep political capital to do the things he wanted to do. He had a very close relationship at the time with Joe. Biden who is the chairman of the Senate, Judiciary Committee and this time around all he does is. Is Squander political capital by making what seemed to be kind of boneheaded political mistakes, and it's one after the other. It's not just what he's doing. It is how he's doing these things. It's just ham handed and now maybe to give him the benefit of the doubt. Maybe it has something to do with working for Donald. Trump and I was just gonNA. Say I don't know if you caught his. Interview over the weekend with Maria Wilma on Fox business and It's Kinda covered the map. Although she didn't trill down on this series of events at all, but she did ask them. How often do you talk to the president and he laughed in. Indelible chuckle that he has and said pretty regularly, so it's pretty hard to imagine that all of these moves if they're not coming from. The president of the United States that trump is being consulted about them. He's talking to trump about them. Because this is the stuff that trump follows as closely as anybody could remember before he ever fired Mahler before he ever fired James Komi, he fired Pri Pera the head of that office, after offering him to stay on the job, giving him the opportunity to stay on the job, thinking that he was somehow going to Seduce Ara and get somebody who he. He felt comfortable with in this very sensitive position that once that became clear that Berar wasn't GonNa go along. He fired him. So I have to believe that trump new. Every step of the way of bar was intending to do with Berman and may have even given the direction to do so. Look I mean it is also conceivable to me. That bar just didn't get along well with with Berman. He you know Attorney General in the modern era has. Has Not sparred and fought with the sovereign district of New York they do see themselves as being independent and independent in a way that I think gets under bill bars skin ultimately, I'm sure he would be saying. You gotta be accountable, and you can't go rogue. So maybe he was. There were concerns about that. Maybe he's having PTSD from back in the early nineties, but what he doesn't seem to be sensitive to. Is that even if he did this for? For the right reasons and we certainly don't know what those are. We're baffled by it. He at least needs to know that he works for a president who has over and over again undermined the Department of Justice either fired or sought to fire people from the Justice Department, because he didn't like their investigations, and I think we have evidence from the John Bolton. Book that at one point correct me if I'm wrong here Mike, but I think it was. Context of the Turkish investigation. The bank investigation that trump at some point says. Don't worry. We'll We'll get our people in there. Right in the get rid of it's. That's being done by Obama people. He tells that to earn on the investigation of the Turkish government owned bank to one being the president of Turkey. He tells them. You know that's being done by Obama. People will get rid of them and put our people in this certain. Bill Bar is doing now. That, the optics of it are terrible. He doesn't seem fair. It particularly sensitive to that, but the point the just to complete that story though is Bolton makes clear the book he takes his concerns about the president's interference or vows to interfere in criminal investigations to bar. HIMSELF RAISES THE ISSUE WITH BAR. So what were those conversations like? And what was bars takeaway from Bolton's concerns that the president was going to obstruct justice by interfering in these investigations I just want to. To point out one more point on this I think would get this to this in our discussion with ally Hoenig in a minute, but before this just a few weeks ago, we learned that Brian Ben's Cow Ski. The chief of the criminal division was resigning then it was the Solicitor General Knoll Francisco than it was the head of the Civil Division jody. Hunt One by one the top echelon of the Justice Department. The top officials. The Justice Department are heading to the. The hills with you know barely six months left in this administration, it does make you wonder what his going on at main justice. Yeah, I've never seen an exodus quite like this. Maybe it's a coincidence, but maybe there's also other shoes to drop things that we don't know her. That are going on there and they want to get it..
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R. ziprecruiter dot com slash Buster Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire Straw spoon has been lights out in the Post they came into this game with a one point one career era in the postseason the second best all time by troughs keeping us in the ball game he locked it end mouth and I gave the castaway curveball mapped it up a bit but it's in the zone for strike free called obviously home runs huge teeth left Field Suzuki's a long way and Outta here for a home run I felt great all those homers that I have therefore doesn't compare to this one that's right the next channels win a game two of the world series they lead the series two uh-huh as they play the next perhaps three games back here in Washington and we'll be talking now we Chris Singleton who will be part of ESPN radio's coverage tonight as the analyst in Singapore what's gotTa happen your mind for the Astros to get back into the snack well it's they've gotta have an explosive inning that we've seen and the nationals have and you know some say well they gotta get on the board I won't they've done that you know they've got a they've got a pitch better yeah let's obvious but we haven't really seen the astros just have a boat race inning and then back it up and do it again like the following morning or within you know a couple of anything they're the machine of that offense that we saw during the regular season just you know it's kind of like Artan stop and they have stranded a ton of runners and haven't hit real world with runners in scoring position I understand it's the postseason it's tougher the pitching is tougher but the other side's doing it so you're gonNA have to figure it out and you have to figure it out tonight that's it that's the bottom line if there's going to be any optimism in terms of this astros team having a chance to get back in the series we all know it has to happen tonight I one hundred percent agree with you and this is at the root you too why they're down to Oh is often since the start of the League Championship series their batting one twenty-seven with runners in scoring position Jose altuve eight does not have it hit with runners in scoring position your Dan Alvarez does not have a hit with runners going position Michael Brantley is batting one forty three and look yesterday a hindrance getting lot of questions about your players affected by the pressure you know is a moment getting big for them in Aj dismiss that and I feel like rightly so singing because guys have been through this so often Michael Brantley is not going to be bothered by the stage L. Tube as not going to be bothered by the stage I feel like the reasons for the struggles beyond the you know the fact that they're facing better pitching is different in the case of each hitter like you were talking the other night about Alex Bregman and mechanical issue in watching Jose Altuve as George Springer it feels like from moment to moment sometimes their approach is a little bit different what's your sense of why they've offensive struggles yeah you know the thing like it's interesting is that you know they have individual hitters that we now we can go down the line that have these guys are really good and great in some spots but what has made in so potent over the season and it really over the last couple years is when it sync up and it's clicking from one guy to the next guy to the next guy it's like it's like a punch or just in the core he's getting punched a boxer getting lost in the quarter and he cannot like the rest gotta come over and call timeout astros haven't been able to put that forced together and make it hard for that opposing pitcher to be able to breathe in think in does sort of recalibrate for the next head or like it's they haven't they haven't done that so that's the thing for me when you don't have you Eleni Times you can look and say okay if this starts guy starts clicking than it really domino's through the lineup and I don't want to put it all on Alex Bregman but and I'm not blaming him if you will but there's such a difference win a player like that is clicking is the player and we thought we were going in a series game two is first inning homer off that change up and even the way buster key reacted to hitting it you started to feel like okay he's back you'd be the attitude the look over in the dugout and it was almost like I found something and everybody's GonNa have to pay it it's Kinda like David price last year in the playoffs down in the bullpen like he something clicked and it was like Oh this clicked it's the great pitcher he's been off these back on looked out and just didn't see that carry over for the Astros and for Alex Bregman and thinking ahead tour game three you tell me if you have a different feel on this but you think about the pitchers who were going to start tonight and they are and the lineups they're gonNA face and how they might match up I gotta say I feel Anibal Sanchez is a great starter for the nationals to have rolling out eighty when the Astros are trying to fix things animal sanches seems like the type of experience veteran who's going to read a lot of what's going wrong the Astros and you'll be able to exploit that and on the other hand I feel exact rankings not a good match up considering where he is because the way pitches using a secondary stop he's got to try to trick hitters and the thing is really been born out to me watching these first two games man the depth in the in the Washington lineup you know that how he ndrek batting fifth is going to have a great bat you know that his dribble Cabrera is going to have a great about you know Kurt Suzuki with all of his experience is going to have a great at bat behind those dynamic is atop the lineup not a good matchup ranking in my mind what do you think no it's not and you know what we've seen in the postseason for ZAC cranky really I mean this year and and you know in recent years he had some better runs earlier with the dodgers but it's it's not that it's not easy dominant Zach Cranky that you know we knew a number of years ago and at thirty five years old obviously people lost these not what it used to be he relies on really moving the ball around but he has to be so precise with his location Russian and then you know location in anticipation of that hitter he'll because if the hitters anticipating a certain pitch at a certain velocity and you don't hit that location right on then you're going to have some problems so the the the margin for error for a guy like that Gregory and I don't you know I think there's several years back we don't didn't even think we'd be talking this way but he doesn't have that greater margin for error and that's a problem and on the flip side I agree with you a hundred percent about Animal Sanchez I mean we know coming off of the NFC s near no hitter but this is the guy that's pitch he was great with the Tigers I know that he's not the pitcher that he was before but I still think he's got enough smarts and got enough stuff that he can move the ball around he can keep hitters off balance and if he can push the game to the mid part of the game or a little bit You know maybe even past that you have the astros they could vary well panicked because we've seen in its we've not seen this this is always been a team and I think even the way that Aj hinch using his bullpen in game one and some were saying well you can't bring in wool hair down around or two but there's that confidence hey this offense can score we can give back in the game so we're not looking at this were playing behind but I think if this point when we haven't seen that offense respond late in this series you're gonNa have potentially some panic that sets in if you are trailing when you get to those final three and things of the ball game so yeah it's it's a concern they're playing on the road here in DC we're going to be fully you know we're outdoors it's going to be a little bit cooler you're going to have this very excited crowd that's been starved for for postseason baseball anything deeper than division series Yeah it's GonNa be a lot working against them so it's not just on the board I and try to score early they're gonNA have to that offense is going to have to be open they're going to have to score I believe in multiple earnings if they're going to win this game tonight or yesterday was a travel day for the world series but it was a busy day for the world series teams with the all field stuff the Astros announced that they fire brandon tall been there assistant general manager for the incident the other night and for what they discovered yesterday Jeff Luneau Basically said that this was a decision made by the Astros before hearing for Major League Baseball until you flat out I don't believe that Major League baseball put a lot of pressure on them to resign all the situation and I personally think the Jeff's press conference yesterday was absolutely awful because of the fact that he did not address us and he did not either take responsibility nor assign responsibility for that incredible statement incredibly awful statement that the Astros put out on Monday night which was designed to attack the credibility of sports illustrated in sports illustrated reporter Stephanie Epstein and when that press release was Out on Monday it was a decision made by somebody in that organization to not put a name on it so the full weight of the Astros Organization was put behind that press release attacking her and yesterday when Jeffs sat down the reporters and spoke to them he talked about we and a lot of people are involved in this decision and he wouldn't say well this person was doing this and this person was doing that or I'm the head of baseball ops that was my decision he I kept on using the word we and to me it's so unbelievably unfair and just continues to be awful because I mean you know and I know when with that way what that means is that people who weren't even involved in this decision they get smeared within the organization like they're considered to be part of this and you and I know then in the end is probably came down to one or maybe two different people saying this is what we need to do with the press release this is how we're going to punch back and jeff needs to take audibility for that is the head of baseball ops how did you feel yeah yeah weaned this is a this whole first of all I'm glad that it there's this closure to it so that we can hopefully fully get back to baseball although major league baseball busters kind of a rough week in terms of you know issues that aren't related to talented teams playing between the lines between Brennan Tubman and Rob Drake just like we have upcoming right this whole potential game five it nationals park you know the commander in chief is going to be there and you know whether you know not throwing other for all that stuff but it's just all these things that I'm sure rob Manfred it's like Gosh we have a great game what what happened this past week wh why is all this stuff have to kind of to happen now but yeah I would say it is obvious and it's.
"friday night" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Morning from my hotel room in Washington DC Troy Farkas back in Bristol producing the show and a happy bird a little party at my house and you know went to bed at ten o'clock a little party you kind of like selling short ooh that description buying that it was a big party let's just say lots of beverages were consumed and I'll even at that sparkling water I'm sure we're all right around baseball yesterday. The angels formerly introduced Joe Madden as their new manager he talked about how the angels Oh not rely solely on analytics and I know one thing when I talked to my guys they don't do not want to be viewed as a number and I don't blame you ask any one of these guys that have played in the past how you would feel under that set of circumstances where you're only viewed as a math mathematical equation we're not like that at all I would not like that boy that's interesting sound that you're just realize he was sitting on a podium in the middle of an empty stadium his voice being heard the loudspeakers that that must have felt a little strange when he was answering questions of reporters you probably like fifteen feet away from him oh I am the voice of the baseball God manager right exactly my reaction was like is he sitting in stadium talking over the loudspeakers something yeah exactly talked about his feelings towards his former team the cubs I've already had a lot of reach out reach for my guys from Chicago and well I cannot be more proud of that group. I wish the nothing but the best and the ultimate goal my my you want to talk about a pipe dream was that replay them in the world series and beat them that would be my pipe dream right there on the fifth day the designated hitter was banned man that sounds unusual David Ross was officially named the cubs manager he agreed to a three year deal.
"friday night" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"You're embarrassing your family. I mean it's a very effective thing to say. Why doesn't he does. I know that he's joking. I I think so. I'm the match we say. If there's a story or not. We're not gonNA spend time time-to-time on all these Balian Charlotte flare no story. I mean yeah by their stories. Were all these but if we're talking about. Are they good or are. They major republic. It's Pug yes seth and Braun Verse Ruins Ziglar Beyond Beyond Seth Verse Bron Rug Now Brian Man who I was at raw with the other day He says he's just a real big mark for the tag champions facing each other no matter what which I agree but that's the whole point. They didn't take it that they didn't take yeah. I hear Ya covy verse Randy Repub Story James River. There's no story. This is how you kidding. This is the worst. This is the highlight this is killing. Kofi deviates Vince Gopher absolutely absolutely I. I've said it before. I'll say it again the I. I told her if he does at the other day just just saying Kofi stupid is stupid. It's this is the the rent this randy. Orton idea was the worst idea of I mean. This is the worst Kofi idea. You can keep Kofi Major. What are you doing. I mean I respect Randy Orton but this is not this is what this is the boring this is nothing going on and you know. I had I resulting each other through. What is this had suggestions and my suggestion was made? I stand by that the whole Randy Orton trying to creep his way into his family and acting really nicer his family because his kids love Randy Orton and what he's doing music. Hey Guys Joe's them so much love but then when he walks away looks at coffee and like is trying to replace Kofi as the father author of family do something creepy I love. I love that I love that I know. Did you say that I miss that yeah. You might have missed it loyal where we're us a fantastic episode no no but I I mentioned quickly ones but I really feel that him because I think I think Kofi once told me that his son loves randy and so that idea pop to my how do they not think of that. They listen the podcast. Take the idea do something better than just stupid. It doesn't why is Kofi stupid because he's brave. Depite fights I friends it makes makes me sick to even say that. The story is the him calling him stupid but that's the story so repugnant. Keep going Drulak and other people I don't. I don't know the new day verse the revival that part of the story. I don't mind that part's fine to me because well no listen. You may not like what they're doing with randy part of it but I like that the revival of with Randy and they're up against it. May It's easy. It's not this isn't rocket science. Guess why I don't like the revivals randy because it makes no sense together. Yes we don't know why. Can you give marijn if he gave me a reason. I I'm good to go with the Kenner. Give me one reason it's terrible. Keep going Shinsegei in the MS. I'm not hating on the intercontinental continental picture right now but you know how I feel about people. Even though it's like Macho did this back in our golden. Era went from like intercontinental heavyweight intercontinental again. You can't do that anymore do that nearly as much they do it today. He did it like three times people like Jericho and the Miz of one thousand so that's why I'm like. I'm not hating on the division but like Shinsegei is not cool like I'm not mad at seeing them together ms in my opinion and you know how I feel about Miss Fan Mrs Intercontinental Shinsegae's heavyweight well right now. They have decided. That's the kiss longtime. I know I know that all all right. I think you'll agree. There's a story here. Someone Becky Lynch for Sasha Banks. Keep going storage as I'm. I'm not GonNa do the same thing again. Did you already do y'all on here on the phone. No use told everyone a less good it okay Roman verse Rohan. That's a story you can argue it. It's a story I'm into it and I love the place is that Roman reigns is in right now. This is this place right here right not number one eighty minus B. Plus or minus. I would say modest because because it's in part of the data Brian thing yeah that's that's a minus the so this is the perfect spot. Do not ah him out of this spot. Even though we know that the they will they will but this is the spot. This is the perfect sweet spot for Roman. Yeah Okay I Agree Ruth Great Point Bliss Cross Verse Mandy Rosenstone you develop and no they don't say bless cross yet. I don't know why I don't I don't don't care or like it at all. nope neither that story. What is that salaries nothing. Aj ever cedric will be a great wrestling match story not not really but we'll see the AJ Cedric Championship. I don't care at all to pick euless great wrestling. It'd be great great great story. Great don't care because they're story. We can watch that on a raw more likely we're going to India with thirteen matches people. We've never heard of the aggressor as much yeah so becky Sasha. You don't think there's a story you don't have to like everything else I think that's Sasha should've attacked Lacey Evans or or something and then in the Lacey Evans Conversation Right now why because I don't think she needed to all of a sudden talent yaps too fast of course like that but one of the Mattie not lazy I just have it turned into the natty. Pay Per view match okay like they could have played out the natty story where they get a pay per view match ball. Blah then becky comes into the picture at some point totally adversaries royal rumble Mike. My favorite thing in wrestling right now is the car. That's okay my favorite thing in wrestling right now. Let me tell you something genuine in bold that occurred well. You are when I think. Can you think genuine bolt. I know you my favorite thing in wrestling right. Now is Luke gallows face paint you love you. Love the taste of Pan hit. I I love it. It's like warlord but forgetting that they don't make mention of it. They don't talk about it so it's like it just happened. They never made mention when he's wearing face paint. It's ultra cool. It's very old school. It feels so much like the do that. He is a dude is in Japan always manage pan in Japan. He's the big dude he was like. Oh look there's no doubt Luke Alyssa big dude in Japan Dan right when he goes over there is a big American wrestler and it has that flavor to it. It's awesome yes they. They don't mention of it and it's kind of different every week. I think he's doing something different different every week like he's like he's like it's a real russell warlord. Ajay's he's like a real wrestler. I love him. I love him by the way in real life. I mean you method before. I have a few times and I want to tell him. I feel this way. I don't know how to help you do that. I know we will. I'll get the word to him. Yeah I'll tweet about this. I want him to now. Are you gonNA call diversey describe on the PODCAST and he said I want them to know. That may be a drop forever. I want him to know I really do. I feel this way and by the way Karl Anderson think if someone there to be Matt no not at all if he had but I'm I like fifty percent agree with what I just said because by that by the way Jim just having it just gallows having it is though up and that was his thing so Are you ready for the paper. You're now yeah sure asset adjusts yeah. I'm not watching a life stuff traveling if things and stuff you're flying flying hundred. It'd be flying in there yeah. You're leaving at seven. PM Eastern on Yeah but you'll you'll miss the you're gonNA miss the rock kickoff show with the pay per view kickoff show without Peter Rosenberg. They they still run them. Apparently I don't watch those anymore. I'm looking forward to it and are you watching stone cold show at all. There's a commercial seen every episode every because you know why I'm mark world biggest bar now because no are you by the way the TV by the way he stood on the show. I like the show a lot but he's very soft on the show yeah. He's too nice like I need him. Just insult people a little bit. That's a note that I would give them into like it would be so easy for them to do that. I'm only watching it because I record three and a half hours of raw rather than three because he used to run over like seven eight minutes with the he could be the moment every once in a while where he kinda scared people made it like they're a little unsure that he might whoop their ass missing. What your man yeah that would be even as a gimmick back yeah. What did you say and they're like no no. I was just saying right. I don't understand anything I'm redneck or so by the way the show's really fun and good and entertaining. That's the only I think it's missing right. It's like one him to bed. What about the episode when he's with the guy from the show where they trick people and stuff. The People like it's on twenty four hours no not anymore. It was punked all Ashton Kutcher now. I thought he was with with DAX. No the show where they if if I flip the channels it'll be on right now the guys who they do stuff ridiculous it's not on MTV. It's not an MTV. Oh it's it's more popular popular the guys they the guys are doing things. Did you see the episode or not where he's driving with. The Guy and they drive into the water in the car turns into a boat yeah. Did your head almost exploded gone down the rabbit all of that stuff before I head. Almost what's the name of the show that the guys from I don't know Dude Dude. It's come on man dude. It's the only thing on Tru TV. I don't watch I don't I don't know it's the only show on TV. It's frustrating that you're saying this and I'm mad at myself. That's why I'm going to take yet on you. I'm not by the way I feel very like under attack getting bullied hundred impractical jokers me there but still sorry about that yeah my head was Steve. Austin drove a car into water and it turned into a boat those those pretty crazy. I wanted to tell everyone I haven't mentioned I don't have any of you guys have seen once upon a time in Hollywood but these or all says this if you're a wrestling fan the early scene with Al Pacino is literally like booking meeting the conversation Al Pacino's but she knows having with Leonardo Dicaprio about how his character needs to be booked if he's going to basically he's GonNa be over in the territory. If you're going to be over anywhere you gotTa stop doing jobs to. Everyone is basically basically what the old speeches. There's an entire movie. That is Al Pacino telling Leonardo DiCaprio stopped doing jobs for every jobber. They should literally they should they should play the Al Pacino Conversation with Leonardo..
"friday night" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"I will tell you right now. I am using vivid seats. You're you're using it yeah because of the podcast because obviously I never missed the buck Kassab in a very long time you're you're very low man and I have now using vivid seats as a result a really I'm using it in my in my in my real life I use of its this is I've. I've been to it and use it so well. I wish you were putting money in my pocket. Bad News for you are by this is genuine. I believe it and but Mickey Mouse appreciate that we need all the advertising keep cheap. GonNa live a well so yeah. I hope everyone else uses vivid sees this as well so if you use vivid seats or another item another method to get tickets to. I think you would have found a very. It just reminded me. The New York wrestling crowd is this mix of smarty and fun like it's very smart but it doesn't have the Philly of noxious level. It's not quite. MSG is not turned up is of knock as obnoxious and intentionally disagreeable philly no offense. I think he's just it. Just doesn't fit because you're from the didn't invent that no you didn't it's. The crowd is smart but they're goofy. They laugh at the things that are there for them to laugh at a great crowd. Let me expect except for a couple of extremely nuclear moments watching television when the crowd is going crazy and you can recognize it. People are freaking out these nuclear and non nuclear continue okay in other news it it. It doesn't matter what venue it is on television because it doesn't change a thing that's that's not true. It is true no with wrestling do indoor indoor regular stadiums. Do you want to go back and I can watch. I can watch a Cleveland showing watching the show so you WanNa talk about the day that they decided to randomly bring up the next year or this year and they were in Where the hell were. They know what was the nightmare. I know it was nine if they of of course so so there's no no no no undergraduate point it doesn't matter so had they debuted my question had they debuted Alastair Black Ricochet at MSG. Do you think it would have been different all right. It's rare that someone take a loss this quickly a sound knockout loss in an argument. You know that I'm right if they announced the people at. MSG would have been like they announce Hulk Hogan Okay but I'm talking about just the run of the mill of in the middle of the match for regular match. It doesn't generally matter but those little things matter. The Austin thing was not the best the way better. I'M GONNA get killed for this conversation but let me tell you something. I don't mean papers. I'm talking about random Roz but but that was a random raw where they decided to introduce new names at it sucked. I wish it was not forgetting the city that they debuted and I can't remember it was so bad that was very what market was. It doesn't matter but I have to look. There's nothing like being their life. It's the thing I'd like to do most in life. It's a it's a great and it was fun. I I watched the opening segment with stone-cold which I thought was a good segment. You know you gotTa grab my number one problem okay. I didn't need Michael Cole all to say you know and here he is. WWe Legend Stone Cold Steve Austin Justin like he does not need. Are we at the point where we need the announcers to say that this wasn't like that that enjoyed the segment to of course I get nervous throughout the whole thing then he's GonNa say something. That's like. That's going to ruin the cafe but life for me. I'm sure this is all I think about. I'm honestly like Oh. He shouldn't that that he would have never said that but for years ago would have never happened like that's what I pinpoint in. These leads to enjoy it so them saying introducing him. Oh just you know people who may be watching for the first time this is Stone John Coach Steve Austin the most popular wrestler of all time audience. Just see you now. This is you know but they say like legend Hulk Hogan too so you know as if we don't know that no clue who Ho Communist No. I agree that the over the Oh we just said it earlier over talking of it and stuff like that. It's crazy over promoting of firefly coming up the always scary firefly. It's not scary when you say that man. Just let it pop up show. That's coming up sure show an image. I don't need to tell us that. It's always scary. You're removing the fact that it's supposed hosted a thing that's taking over the other TV. Show what do I think that I think that Bray Wyatt in character sets up a deal with wwe where he is going. The houses show inside. There's no he's taking over. It's coming out of nowhere. Point is that it's random. It's supposed to be part of the show in that way. Yes this is what living in K. favors. Neighbor's life is like. I know it's not to my life. It's hard these are the things I stress most about with good reason yeah so I watched the opening segment and then I went backstage stroll through and caught up with some people and it was nice. You know I saw a nice conversation with who someone I really like saying Jason Jordan. Oh I remember him. Remember Yeah I remember him. Yeah really it was nice seeing him he I was. I'm still very bummed armed out. I still hope there's a chance he somehow gets back in the rain because as everyone knows the podcast I was very excited about the he'll Jason Jordan storyline. Remember you by the way you downplay. It completely changed it was it was saving Kurt Angle which was not going. Well okay. Let me just re. Can I remind the audience right now. Rosenberg Rosenberg loves Jason Jordan. I do yeah but but I have. I never know feelings about Jordan but this that's a sad. It's a faulty feeling. No you have no. It's just a feeling that you feel very strongly about hold onto. You know that this is not a classic. Rosenberg likes who knows. I didn't know him until I was mark for him. I only met him after I marked out for him so if I thought he was terrible. I'm going to avoid seeing that. You want to go through the locker. Don't ever talk that's. I know you're a mark because that's the right lightweight appeal hitting. Let me tell you something. You know who I am passionate about somebody. I'm passionate about them and you love Jason Jordan. I respect that I thought that moment comment. I think he's great and ring yes. He physically reminded me of Shelton. Benjamin guess what apparently I'd like proteges of Kurt Angle apparently I do and it's funny because I'm not even the world's biggest Kurt Angle mark but I love. I Love Your on pretty into Chad Gable right now to I. I liked that style you gable. I like what's going on with China you do. I think there's something here I'm putting they've clearly put some some chips on Chad Gable and Cedric Alexander. Yes right now which is cool. That's fine something different. You know I'm about people getting their shot getting getting their break always but I like I like him. I don't hate on them. He he's he he he promotes well. He feels genuine. I was I was No I agree yeah. I know it's amazing in ring. He's great wrestlers. You great wrestler. I ran into Bruce Prichard who who seems very tired his ass off who's doing they're doing well right. I I only tie something I don't. Oh but he's he's now there full time so he's not cast and then travel all week of writing last the these they're constantly right yeah but I love that guy. I really do love Bruce. I gotTa Tell You I am. I am a B. He is someone who because of his PODCAST I. I don't even remember what I felt about. Bruce Prichard prior to this podcast except for that he was brother-in-law's all I thought about that and now his personality is a person is just one of my by the way the facts a a semi no brother love. Let me tell you something. That brother Love's segment that is one of the all-time all time great things in wrestling. I gotTa tell you I like when that used to come on back. In my very early days I was so confused accused by brother love like I I was like really entrenched in the brother. Love show like confused by it. Yes I was like when I was five years old and I was watching wrestling wrestling and like I saw the brother love show. I was like this is like something. This is a big deal. I was like something crazy storyline wise at five years old. I was like like something crazy. Storyline wise is GonNa occur then you're telling me at a five as a five year old you had the thought. I was like southern love and you thought something crazy from the story line. Standpoint is about to occur yes. I was like something is GonNa. I was a story line up like storyline thing but felt an intrinsic feeling like something's happening here. Yes I did right like what the what the Hell's going on here. Yeah Brother Love is one of the great late eighties early very early nineties nineteen ninety and maybe one it was eighty eight eighty nine ninety Ghana. Oh because you came out at Wrestlemainia with Robert with Morton morten down. It was late eighty eight eighty nine ninety. Maybe up again a little bit of ninety one but maybe not anyway we're going off on these tangents. Sir tangents. That's what I like. I like this is why like about the Friday episode Friday. Night is just a conversation or sitting around where we're seven a couple of Steve Weiser's. There's yeah you know yeah. It's a Friday and we had a delightful meal. Tremendous waiter dip wanted to have our way to be a guest on the podcast. I was dying to invite him back to be the very entertaining as a waiter. Yeah he really was but he forgot our meatballs forgot. The Big Apple's yeah yeah but you let it live. Let me tell you I let that go tonight. I'm I'm good for you. I let go of the forgotten both by the way I can't believe I get some of that. That was very chill of you. Feel good about that. You know you you didn't freak out. I simply said I forgot the meatballs and it was like we're GonNa get the meatballs and I said I I'm fine and you was very any president is the first time I've ever done because normally would have turned the corner. Even if even if you were stuff normally like your flag on the guy down go get them of course on the principle Ed. How could you forget the meatballs. Yes even if you don't have to forgotten so it's worth it to pay for the meatballs. You don't want just so. He knows he got it wrong. That would be the normal logic that instead you let it go. Let it go good for you. You really are turning a quarter I am that's a really good it took it took Rosenberg Adamy. No no I think we I think we got somewhere tonight..
"friday night" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Take time to cheat. It was kind of weak when I shouldn't do the podcast but we don't really have those weeks so here. We are doing the podcast and since Vince I'm late. You're not getting this Saturday morning. Running errands doing whatever Sunday you might even get this done Monday. Roz already tonight by the time you're listening but because I'm late I have a treat street all the way from the hills of Hollywood in Los Angeles California where he resides at one dipper landbranch ranch way it is dipper fiend Aka the fiend dipper stint as everybody doing wow. This is a big moment for this podcast. This is big dipper dipper ffynnon person by the way. I haven't even ask you how the shingles going. I haven't even asked US I saw you. We just had dinner. I've not mentioned the shingles. Although you know it's a min recovery. There's no question about it okay and my whole thing is now what kind of you know. When when is this thing GonNa go away completely. You know that's the big question. When does it go away completely and I never think about other. Still they're still something yeah. There's there's or something okay. There's something going on. Believe me okay well. This is when it goes away. Your Gimmick is over and dipper fees so the way that's exactly the how long I bet you little. Let's let's make a bet on this by the intro to the item that I'm purchasing. Okay is seventeen by twenty six seventeen thousand seventy. It's small really small twenty small item wait twenty-six down a small inches yeah yeah it's only two yeah. How could it be that small. I think the the smaller the mortgage is that what you think it's also a huge poster in here what I don't want it to be a huge. You one little gimmick on the wall a little ooh. ooh. You want dorm exactly. It's it's it's not it's not my best friend. Benz all dirty bastard album cover poster from from college. It's not my hi Dr Ganic six foot item. You know my my my Hogan Andre No no. That's a living room piece. 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It's so funny funny. It was like she just she was like here. It's your birthday. I'm going to just throw you. You know here's here's like a nice thoughtful gift. She doesn't really she didn't realize how major what's that's right. She my friend. Alex bought me a nineteen. She bought me an original poster from from a very tiny event at a high school from July nine. I think July twenty third nineteen eighty-eight the the main Bertha the main event yeah that's mentioned it could have been the main event is Hercules gillies versus the ultimate warrior. I mean come on the juryman event. We all want it. That is the mid one yeah the mid card. That's that's like the mid card wrestlemainia four early card. WRESTLEMAINIA four-match was the main event at this. Do they have that they were probably trying out the two at the event at the high school event four eighty four matches before Wrestlemania the three no no that measures more matches for four in the tournament. 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"friday night" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"Indeed have you guys injected yourselves with steroids today now that's that season one and only get off topic here one of the things that people like to nitpick about friday night lights is the actual football of the how dare they sometimes fails to fully track now this may be the way of specific gamewinning play on old it might be the fact that every single football game seems to have a game winning players that might be part of it might be the vaguely like landry scored a touchdown and won't boy jason he's a tight end for the rhode island panthers sure all right now i over my ears to spend a lot of time editing college football pieces in high school yes he says and i've always had somebody with a passion for recruiting it is disgusting meat market but it's fascinating and so one of the things that's always bogged to me about this show which again i feel compelled to st louis jewish we both live cherish smashes recruitment doesn't make a lick of set no it makes sense is eurocents the perth it does make sense is that in all steep running back four flash runs a four four wouldbe heavily that tracks but remember in ceasing one he is so desperate to get on greedy hans top one hundred at he injects himself with steroids okay they worked who is agreed upon and if you're that could have football why are you not on his list already that's on how recruiting works and then this carries in two season to of course one of the things is also happening with football season toos the coach taylor whose dream is to be a successful coach.
"friday night" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"Can you like three advil before i can watch another one of these scenes and probably glasses i've always cherish friday night lights for two reasons is simultaneously the perfect sports show and not about sports at all answering the ability to strike that balance perfect sports show why why we love sports it's because we all want to taste greatness just for second in the ability to maybe do that with other people you love who share your passions we feel about binge mode threat with you guys but there are usually a bow the football frail as a vehicle vessel the it never mattered if they want to lose you just wanted that coach taylor speech that's really what mattered run it run it run it warn it so we feel that way about the show us at large on the whole but it would be really hard in the time we have with you tonight to tell you everything we love about friday night lights and so we thought after chatting with our coach that's right whatever talked about the things that were in as good about friday night lights britain in particular season to it's a season that includes things such as shark stem cells in mexico murder murder a murder a confession to murder that goes nowhere the hiding of a body there is a multiple lovetriangle multiple multiple the casual infidelity that you came to love in season one continues with reckless abandon inseason too it's also the season where you're like oh yeah.