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Injured Nadal pulls out of Wimbledon semifinal

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00:29 sec | Last month

Injured Nadal pulls out of Wimbledon semifinal

"Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from Friday's scheduled semifinal match because of a torn abdominal muscle The 22 time Grand Slam champion was injured in a 5 set quarterfinal match against Taylor Fritz the injury puts Nick kurios in Sunday's final On chipper has reached her first Grand Slam final with a 6 two three 6 6 one victory over Tatiana Maria Jabr is the first African woman in Arab woman to get to the title match at a major She'll face Elena rabaka who rolled to a 6 three 6 three win over Simona Halep like gibber

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:04 a.m. EDT

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02:00 min | Last month

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:04 a.m. EDT

"Movies sports I'm Tom merriam The Yankees and Aaron judge got the second half of their schedule off to a grand start by slamming the pirate 16 to nothing Judge hit a Grand Slam becoming the first 30 home run hitter this season to lead a Yankee attack that featured four other homers This seems enrolling We got a good lead in the east and you know we got a big opponent coming up here with Boston for four Fenway First time going there all year The Astros winning streak was snapped at 8 by the royal 7 to four The Yale's other first place team the twins lost the seesaw battle in Chicago Here's AP's David Shuster Lauri Garcia's RBI single in the tenth inning was the game winning hit as the White Sox edge of the twins 9 to 8 It was a wild affair with the sacks coming from behind 5 times including on a two run Homer from Andrew Vaughn in the 8th Kind of in the middle I looked up and saw that we would score David score We would score they would score and kind of going back and forth and you know it's a good baseball game The race ripped the Red Sox 7 to one Randy arozarena drove in three Other AL winners the Blue Jays tigers Orioles and the angels who beat the Marlins 5 to two behind Shohei Ohtani who struck out ten and allowed just two hits in 7 innings on the mound In the NL the braves completed a sweep of the Cardinals with a three zero shutout but remained two and a half games behind the mets who scored once in the 9th to tie the reds and then 5 times in an attempt keyed by Brandon nimmo's three run Homer to win the game 8 to three This does nothing but add confidence to the offense and to the guys in the Clubhouse So very important when you know even though it's against Cincinnati W is also for the cubs Giants nationals and Dodgers who one hit the rockies two to one At Wimbledon Rafael Nadal won a 5th set tiebreaker from American Taylor Fritz to advance to the semifinals against Nick kurios who won his quarterfinal match in straight sets Nadal nearly had a drop out of the match due to a nagging abdominal injury I had this feeling for a couple of days But without a doubt today was the war's day Tom Arian AP sports

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 12:50 a.m. EDT

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00:59 sec | Last month

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 12:50 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Tom mariam The Yankees literally slammed the pirate 16 to nothing Aaron judge and Aaron hicks each belted with Grand Slam as part of the 5 Homer 22 hit attack as The Bronx bombers won their 59th game to start the second half of their schedule The Astros 8 game winning streak came to a royal land as Kansas City top Houston 7 to four The mets needed ten innings to beat the Red Sea to three and stay two and a half games in front of the braves who shut out the Cardinals for a three game sweep At Wimbledon Rafael Nadal survived an abdominal entry and Taylor Fritz to pull out a 5 set win over the American and advanced to the semifinals against Nick curios who won his quarterfinal match in straight sets Baker Mayfield has finally found a new home the former brown's quarterback was traded to the Carolina Panthers for a future draft pick The NHL draft stores Thursday night with the Montreal Canadiens hosting and holding the first pick The White House says President Biden called the wife of WNBA star Brittany griner who is detained in Russia and pledged he's working to win her release as soon as possible Tom AP

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Hampered Nadal gets past Fritz at Wimbledon; Kyrgios next

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00:30 sec | Last month

Hampered Nadal gets past Fritz at Wimbledon; Kyrgios next

"Although his father motioned for him to quit playing the 22 time Grand Slam champion pulled out a 367-536-7576 victory awaiting Nadal as Nick kyrios who's in a Grand Slam semifinal for the first time after a 6 four 6 three 7 6 victory over Christian garran Simona Halep in Elena advanced to the women's semifinals Alep was a 6 two 6 four winner against Amanda anisimova Dropped her opening set before defeating four 6 6 two 6 three I'm Dave

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Quieter, calmer Kyrgios in Wimbledon quarters years later

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00:37 sec | Last month

Quieter, calmer Kyrgios in Wimbledon quarters years later

"After being fined $4000 for cursing aloud in his previous match Nick kyrgios tone things down a bit in a 5 set victory over unseated American Brandon nakashima The 27 year old Australia next plays Christian garin 26 year old from Chile The other quarterfinal on their half of the draw will be 22 time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal against 11th seeded Taylor Fritz The woman scored a final set Monday a 2019 Wimbledon champion Simona Halep versus Amanda anisimova and Elena ribena versus islay tumult John I'm Ben Thomas

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Wimbledon updates | Kyrgios ousts Tsitsipas in 3rd round

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00:34 sec | Last month

Wimbledon updates | Kyrgios ousts Tsitsipas in 3rd round

"Tap ranked egas was beaten in the third round ending her 37 match winning streak One just 6 games and a 6 four 6 two laws to Elyse coronet 11 C coco Goff absorbed a 6 7 6 two 6 one lost a fellow American Amanda anisimova four C Paula badosa beat two time champ Petra kvitova and American Jessica pagola fell to Petra martic in straight sets On the men's side Rafael Nadal was onto the fourth round after dropping just 7 games against Lorenzo America Tanner Fritz won and countryman Jensen Brooks be lost I'm Dave

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Most American men reach Wimbledon's 3rd round since 1995

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00:34 sec | Last month

Most American men reach Wimbledon's 3rd round since 1995

"Ego shrink has continued her victory streak to reach the third round at Wimbledon The top ranked tech has won 37 consecutive matches The longest run since Martina Hingis also won 37 straight in 1997 Other winners on the women's side Thursday included fourth seed Paula badosa along with Petra kvitova Jesse pagola coco Goff and Simona Halep but 6 seed Karolina Pliskova was beaten by Katie boulter Men's second seed Rafael Nadal won his match in four sets Joining stephanos sisi poss and Taylor Fritz in the third round Number 12 Diego Schwartzman lost to Liam Brody in 5 sets I'm Dave

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"fritz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

08:32 min | 5 months ago

"fritz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"That's really big for him in terms of belief. I think Nadal had changed this is mutton and a battle over his observation, but he had changed his technique a little bit. He was hitting the forehand later in order to change the sort of torsion in his upper body, which ones pointed out by one of the greatest players of all time. Was very obvious to me, but obviously in a million years I'd never have spotted it. Without it being without it being pointed out by her, it is all going to make one heck of an episode of serve to survive or whatever it'll be called on Netflix. I was sat below. I just came up with that actually. I was sat below the tailor for its player box for that match. And at the risk of sounding like stefanos, it's a pass. I think I'm going to be on Netflix. Because Netflix camera trained on them the whole time. And you can just imagine how that storytelling is going to go, isn't it? I mean, Taylor Fritz injured his ankle in his semifinal against Rublev and then that was on Saturday. So only 24 hours rest, he comes out Sunday morning for a hit. And he screams out in agony, said it was the worst pain he's ever felt. Curtails that practice after 5 minutes, gets it all taped up, comes out and practices again at two 15, everyone's speculating at about what time exactly Taylor Fritz is going to pull out of the biggest match of his life. I had speculation that Ben Stiller might be called upon to play an exhibition in order to please the crowd, which was not a prospect I was looking forward to. And then out they come and as you comment, I'm not throwing you under the bus here, David, because I thought exactly the same, but you said Taylor Fritz looks sad. He did. I did so sorry for him. He looked. When he went three love up a few minutes later, I thought I remember thinking. It was bizarre. No, I really believe it was sadness. Yeah, I mean, he did not expect to be competitive out there today. He said, I don't know what happened, but my ankle felt okay. He said I've got an MRI booked for tomorrow. There's a big chance I'll be paying for it. I don't know about Miami all I can tell you is my ankle was okay for the two hours of that much today and I can't explain why. But honestly, if you were trying to script an episode of the Netflix show, you couldn't, you couldn't do much better. I wonder what they'll I wonder what they'll call it. I just watched an episode of drive to survive, which had the name dances with wolf. In reference to Toto Wolff, the Mercedes team principal, so I hope, I don't know. Answers on a postcard if you can come up with the name of this Netflix episode because it's definitely getting an episode. And like Stefano sits a pass, I think I'll be in it. This is Fritz's thing. Is it his trademark sort of miraculous comeback? Because he's the guy who had meniscus surgery and three weeks later was winning matches at Wimbledon. And now he's experiencing worst pain of his life, hours later, he's beating the doll in a final. Yeah, and he's got this extraordinary deciding set tiebreak record. Obviously he didn't need that in the final, but you unearthed this that meant that it all levels, he's won 19 out of 22 deciding set tiebreaks. And when I when I dropped that stat bomb on Martina on air, thanks very much, Matt. The face she made, I've never felt so good about myself. She was she was a impressed by the statin B impressed by Taylor Fritz. She said, wow, that tells me something about him that I didn't know. That does not happen by accident. That tells you something about Taylor Fritz. And I wonder whether at 4.5 mini breakdown in that tiebreak, that's where it comes into play. This inner belief is in a steel that he doesn't jerk when he's facing down a challenge like that. And I mean, just to talk very briefly about his game as well. I mean, got to see a lot of it this week because he went all the way and he was on the big matches, got to see how explosive he's made that forehand. I mean, he's looking to take people out. There was I think the first pretty much the first game he played against Andre Rublev. Hits the ball. He hit one forehand that smashed into the tape. That had the crowd laughing at it because it was just so dismissive of Rublev's power. It was kind of, I don't care where this goes, I'm gonna hit it as hard as I can, and he's got a thunder crack of a shot on that forehand. And when you had him after that match, chatting away Catherine with you guys, he was very defensive and protective about his own backhand because there was some reference about how good his forearm was, and he was like, well, I like, I like my backhand, actually. And when you watch that back and up against the Dow, cross court forehand, and the damage that shot does to everybody else or so many other people. And that backhand was standing up to it, comfortably. He was taking them on the rise. He was just swishing them cross court back, or he could turn it down the line. It's such a clean hit. And yeah, I really, really enjoyed watching the guy. It's fantastic. And I noticed as well, he said about when he turned, he was feeling the ankle in that patty. He said, I was trying to act tough so that people and he said, people were thinking that I'm maybe exaggerating this because of how much I screamed out. But I was actually trying to act tough. And not scream out. So goodness knows, I didn't read the press current transcript, but I was thinking, you know, I wonder whether he's had a major cortisone shot or something like that, that, as he says when it wears off, forget Miami. No chance, but I can get through two hours. And thanks to a very strange glitch in the ATP rankings, he briefly made his top ten debut this morning, because the ATP accidentally counted all the Indian Wells points twice. So he went up all the way to number 8 in the rankings this morning, but actually he is number 13 and he still has to wait to make his top ten debut, but I thought that was quite amusing. Very music. What about Nadal? I mean, the story of his run to the final from when we last spoke Marty played curios and he didn't lose to curios, as I said he would. So lots of people have been reminding me of this. But it was the usual, wasn't it, really, a very up and down emotional match. Curios was absolutely brilliant for an hour. And then he lost his mind a few times and behaved pretty badly at times and then he behaved absolutely abominably after match point because he smashed his racket into the ground. It was unintentional that it flew off and nearly hit a ball kid in the face, the kid actually had to move a step in order for it to avoid hitting him a real rate. And when that eventually surfaced on social media, curios addressed it, set up some sort of meeting with the kit, videotaped it, and put it out on social media to show himself giving the kids a racket. Which was his attempt in an apology. But Nadal's performance, it's not like he was managing all of these situations. And then he ends up playing against.

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Alize Cornet reaches quarterfinals at her 63rd Grand Slam

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00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Alize Cornet reaches quarterfinals at her 63rd Grand Slam

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Cilic upsets No. 5 Rublev to reach 4th round

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00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Cilic upsets No. 5 Rublev to reach 4th round

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Medvedev withstands Kyrgios, crowd to advance in Australia

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00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Medvedev withstands Kyrgios, crowd to advance in Australia

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Andy Murray wins in Australia for 1st time since 2017

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

Andy Murray wins in Australia for 1st time since 2017

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"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Yeah, and by the way, I want to make people not to get into a whole other SEC story here. But you basically just basically just stood down at a dorm and the women participated. It wasn't anything other than just showing up and being a bystander. There was no mischief that's involved. And in my case, I'm sure there was any drinking, although there probably could have been. Fritz, this is nothing ever happened at those panties. You went there. And it was night. Nighttime and it was usually dark. So you went there and the fun of it was just the invasion itself. Once you got there, it was nothing. But it was the same, you know, it's like kids who go out and back in the 50s and went up on a train trestle and watched trains go underneath. First, I'm going to be very upset if the next SEC story and you have pictures of me at the university of Tennessee. I'm going to be extremely upset. My career will be over. I didn't even remember until you brought that up. I apologize for getting off the subject, but this film will be on immediately following us. It's always great to talk to you again. You did such an extraordinary job a couple of years ago during salaries in the south. And I trust this is equal to that. Be well and come back soon. Thanks so much for having me. Really appreciate it. You got it. Richard Mitchell. In my life, I never thought we would get off a man tried for murder in 1987, and then go back even further in the history book to delve into panty raids on SEC campuses. That does not happen anymore, thank goodness..

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"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:49 min | 9 months ago

"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Director of Fritz Mitchell joins us. So for it's great to have you back here. We were just watching the clip and I do remember when that story finally broke, I think it was in the late 80s and it stunned so many people, but good afternoon and take us through your process and digging up a story that let's see. It's almost 60 years old. Good afternoon. How's weird origins when I was working on the series called Saturdays in the south, the history of SEC football? I was researching through a bunch of little tiny pamphlet books called daily devotions. And when I went through the auburn one, I stumbled across the story. We went out and interviewed sherry hoppy. We put it in the history of the SEC football and the ESPN decided it was too big a story too many too many tales to include in that anthology. So they decided to make a one off documentary on it. And I mean, I've heard this man's name forever, and I really wasn't sure exactly what happened until I was just watching this clip. As you set out to put it all together, take us through that Odyssey as you always do in putting one of these things together. Well, the challenge is is you're trying to do two stories at once. You're doing the unlikely national championship run of the 1957 tigers, meanwhile, you're doing the personal journey of a man who killed someone in August before football started up his senior season. And so you're doing two parallel stories and the fun of it was is that you see so many sports documentaries where everybody kind of they know the story. And sometimes they're reminded of the story. And those are just as good, but nobody really knows this story. You remember it from when the story broke in 88 when the trial happened, but very few people know it. And so I think there's a surprise around every corner which was fun for me as I went to do it. Well, Fritz, we heard his wife talk about that. And I know I think he believed, I believe he confided in a minister, but no one else, how did it finally come back to him? An investigator went out to talk to the minister. He got a tip. And he went out to talk to the minister and the minister said, hey, look. This guy, this guy did do it. And the minister came clean, they decided to reopen the case, but 31 years later there was very little evidence the case files had been lost. Memories were thin, and so the district attorney had a real challenge on his hands, deep and prosecute the case. So all this time since winning the title at auburn and moving on, what was Bobby hoppy doing? He was carrying a burden with him. I'm sure the first four or 5 years brutal. He there seem to be three Bobby hobbies. There's the teenage star who grows up in Chattanooga and can do no wrong and every time he touches the football he scores a touchdown. Every college wants him. He goes off to auburn, and then their senior year, he gets involved in this car chase and kills this bootlegger, and so is the excluding dark Bobby hoppy who's wracked with guilt. And then he meets his wife. Let's say 1971 Mary's her and then there's a third Bobby hoppy. The one who kind of settles down and finds some sort of peace in his life. But he's always that, but he always carries that that guilt with him of what happened that night why did it go wrong? What went wrong and that he killed him at? And he spits that in trial. So this was a celebrated trial and when it ended, what was the verdict? He got Bobby hoppy basically got off on a hung jury. He was not said to be not guilty, but it was a ten to two hung jury. They couldn't prove that he was guilty, and then eventually the prosecution decided a couple of months later look. We're not going to rep prosecute this case. We're not going to come up with any new evidence. So Bobby hoppy never went to jail. But he never got the satisfaction of getting off either. And that was the thing that hurt him so much. And what happened to him? Bobby hoppy lived peacefully with his wife share after that until 2000 8, when he died of a heart attack, his wife found him on the kitchen floor. The sad part about it was is that the year earlier, they had a reunion of 50 to three union for that championship year of the 50 17 and he didn't go to it because he felt everybody would see the scarlet letter M for murderer on his chest. He thought that all his teammates would have read the stories and we'll look at him funny. So he didn't go back to celebrate with them. And what's so extraordinary, as you know, and doing the anthology is that when auburn won that title under sir Jordan in 57, they did not win another one until 2010, the players on that team were heroes. They forever celebrated that win. And I'm sure it made their lives much easier other than the person we're talking about here. Yeah, and in 1957, college football, even in the south was not what it is today when Cam Newton leads auburn to that title in 2010, it's a national story, not a local story. When the 57 tigers won, it was just a little regional celebration that became bigger and bigger and bigger as time went by because they never won another one. No, I remember that because as you know, in 2010 on the road to that Cam Newton celebration and we had Jean chisa going with this last Friday when we were in auburn. It was they were celebrating. It was the 11 year anniversary, but because of COVID, they couldn't do it. That last couple of weeks with cam was every day breaking news on every network and I was just trying to juxtapose that with this. And to think about I lived in Alabama, all those years, even during his trial. And I must say, I vaguely remember it. Yeah, I mean, the worlds are so different. Think about it in these terms. Auburn's starting quarterback in 1957 gets kicked off the team for being on a panty raid. By show Jared. That's until they put a half back back to play quarterback and he leads them to a national championship. A panty rate and maybe some maybe some drinking involved. But if someone went on, first of all, there aren't any panty raids anymore, but it's there was one. I don't think anybody would get kicked off a theme. And first I could admit as a college student, I attended panty raids and they were big deals in the late 70s. Oh, yeah, they were fun. You always got in trouble, but they were sort of just considered mischief..

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"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:12 min | 9 months ago

"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The pride passion and pageantry of college football lives here. This is the Paul Fein bomb show our four podcast. Final hour has arrived and we appreciate you being here. One more guest and we head to Atlanta for the SEC championship game. Let's check in with Joe, who is calling from red bay, Alabama. Roll down. We got Joe. And I got news for red dog and Daryl and all these Georgia haters. Does they realize? And I can sense nervousness in their voice. Yeah. They know they're running into a bus. They are. They do. It's just not their game to make Alabama. It's not. And, you know, I don't want to say too much about him because he's not worth the time. But I can understand how he wishing and hope in that it's like, you know, it's like we've been bad all year Santa Claus. Oh, yeah. Naughty or nice. He's not going to show up the Georgia fans. Does this George bands are just so freaking I don't want to call them names. I'm just saying they're stupid morons and they have no one tells. I don't even know if they have high schools in Georgia. But I could probably we're checking on that approach. Mobile pay them double digit power. What does they like it or not? Because they think they're number one when they ain't even beat out the number one thing there is Alabama. They've got a big reckoning. Joe, where do you get the newspaper business? There probably isn't a new go to Twitter, to go to Facebook. Where do you get your sports information? Well, I mean, I go to vote. And ESPN you will just for the sake of argument if you want the ESPN right now and looked at the rankings, you do know, do you not, that Georgia is number one right now? And that's why I'm land. Because I don't know if I had to go to the Soviet Union to get new news or what, but it's just. We're going to say those number one comes Saturday. We are. Practically, Paul, if we had to drop a few bowls, I mean, a and M1 O one that game. They didn't beat us. We lost 8 games. I mean, everybody. Now, you know, I mean, you watch board something. I want fours, but. I'm struggling to understand this because everyone knows Alabama right now is ranked number three. And they are not number one. Are you. That densest Bama Hayden? That's my hair. And they put your joke there without ever beaten Alabama. And there's no basket in the gold because they're scheduled. They did not have Alabama nurse kids. But no faith in the places, and we're going to be the double digit. It ain't even going to be close, pal. Okay. And I'm 100% guaranteed only. In fact, I think it would be fast. Against SEC opponents, the LSU game was a one possession game, the Arkansas was one possession, the Arkansas. So that's three consecutive SEC games at Alabama has struggled to win the game and now they're facing the best team in the country and you think it's a double digit game in favor of Alabama. Well, for one thing, Alabama is the best team in the country. It's not yours. And you win those close games. You win them. And they have no idea what we're pleased to come out and do to them. They don't know because they're looking at LSU game. They're looking Aldrin games. They're looking at Texas alien getting. We're not running none of those flights. None of those flights. This is playoff time. Now, this is Alabama's time right now. I mean, they're still chasing those. They can put number one in front of Georgia. But I'll tell you what, their fans is nervous right now. They're scared because they know that they can put them number one, but they still can't beat Alabama. And there's their problem. That's everybody's problem. And we're four things to watch. I mean, we're going to just play the SmackDown on. It'll be close when the game starts. Hey Joe, what is your question? We've got something we wanted to share with the audience, and I want to make sure that we get this right. So you've got a Twitter handle, right? I do. I do. I've been on Twitter for a few years now. Okay, and your Twitter handle is what, Joe? Yo, from red bay. My last name goes from red buddy. But you know what, Paul, remember, I used to make doesn't it say like Joe tessiner or something? It does. I mean, that's my name. But I go by the open red, buddy. Currently, Joe, I don't know if you have the TV on but we're sharing your picture right now with the audience. That's the most.

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"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And a lot of them are long developing type routes. They have the with our offensive line to keep you day and pass the ball a little bit. throw balls down field defensively reno. I thought they are very athletic. On the defensive backs lock you play lots of main coverage of very very good ballclub with a little spurt. The second quarter. We didn't play very good and three turnovers during that time period. But the guys five back in you guessed opponent like oklahoma your high quality talented coaching. You gotta be point the whole ballgame and we work for time there in the second quarter. But i'm sure we'll contend for a national championship this year. Well coach. thanks for making time. You've done such a phenomenal job in all of your stops southern before to lane and It's really great to have you on even under Rather difficult circumstances be well and hope you hope you guys get back home soon. Thank you paul ralway. You got it. Thank you very much coach. Would coach fits from birmingham. Not not exactly where you expect to find the two lane coach in the middle of a of a workweek They'll be playing at legion field. This weekend we'll take a break more to right after this listening the paul finebaum show podcast. Goodyear believes in the power of moving forward. No matter if it's on the track the court or the field movement makes us want to be more. It pushes us to go further to show the world what we can do movement as the unique ability to change our perspective to challenge us to work for a better tomorrow movement can even bring together when we're still because if we're focused on the next move we don't have to worry about what's behind us goodyear more driven and we welcome you back in some really sad news to pass along one of the legendary figures in college football history. Sam the bam cunningham has passed away according to the university of southern california. You know for all that he did. He is best known for going crazy on the alabama crimson tide in a game in one thousand nine hundred seventy at legion field which which many historians have said Helped open the door to integration of the alabama football team. Now others will dispute that you can't. You can't rewrite history though and that is the way history is written. It is a fact that alabama had Two african american players Already signed up Wilbur jackson and john mitchell one of them may have even been the stands that night but two stories about that game are legendary books. Many books have been written. And we'll talk a little bit more about that But that news just coming out a southern california. Let's continue with more phone calls at eight. Five five two four two seven two eight five and jay is in mobile. Hello jay what's going on tomorrow. We're doing great thank you. I love your show. I watch it all the time every day. Thanks so much Anyway all domino die hard fan A lot of people don't realize like oh. I mean in the south. Hello yeah we're here we. We are not leaving at least until seven blah blah. We'll go right ahead anyway. All on god. Oh two questions for you. Oh all these on georgia fans. I mean they're also quick to like. Oh they got the biggest team. They're ready for everything. I mean Jay and maybe going on is jay. Be trying to to watch the television as he talks. And this is not a secret. We talk about this occasionally. There is a delay between what i'm saying at this moment. Let me start. Sort of if i say something now and you're talking to me and you're watching television. You won't hear what i said on the television for about seven seconds. I know that sounds confusing. But you remember these signals bounce pretty high up in the in in outer space so let's I realize you're sitting there. You're on hold and all of a sudden you get to call. You're not thinking okay. I need to do this or that. But that's why we often get. These delays kudzu is up next in atlanta. Hello koji hey paul how are you we are. Well thank you. Thank you for taking my call It was great to hear from willie. Fritz dow was one. The georgia southern. Let him get away. I know that 'til ain't has a higher A booster situation where they can afford to pay him but the reality was. I always liked him as a coach and he did a fantastic job when he was their their first year in the sun belt The real racism calling. Paul is i. You know all these games this weekend. It was very interesting. Wash the one thing that was very abundantly clear it. I don't know if you cover this or not. I'm sure you made mention of it is. How pathetic is the acc and football I mean i think that the sec to play them opening weekend for the next two or three years and we can go to eliminate them from the college football playoff altogether because the the acc has pretty much been clemson and the rest For many many years and it got exposed badly this weekend. And i can't remember and i know people are saying well the The pac twelve had a bad weekend to it. Did but the pac twelve already punching bag so let's not beat concerned about that But the acc likes the prop itself up as as a something on the on a similar level to the sec. And it's just not true. Mack brown fan never. I didn't. I don't really care for much attention. But the reality is at least he was honest about the situation would says hey only lester where all we were completely overrated and they were. I mean Great atmosphere and blacksburg. But come on man you gotta take care of business if you're to number ten team in the nation. That's always been north carolina's undoing. Even when mac was there the first time he he's he's a really good coach and a lot of nine three zero records but they always they always blow a game and by the way. I'm not saying it's easy to win. And blacksburg that was that was a frenzied crowd but If you look over the last six or seven years even going back to To beamer's last couple of years area winning in blacksburg has gotten a lot easier than it used to be. No question about it and last last but this I would say. Greg sankey looks more brilliant by the day because not only does he have the market share. He's already solidified. The arguably said if i sounded top programs and you know anybody that thinks he's not gonna be able to run. The show with expansive playoff is is really You know arrogant here but if the rest of college sports doesn't want to deal with the the sec. I i don't really care you. And i don't think he does either knows it Because there's not what nobody is going to try to exclude them from anything. Because our everybody's gonna know they've got a minimum of eighteen war nazis in the last thirty forty years and so the route is being they are. They are the program. I mean they are. The conference will also thank you for the call. Caleb is up next in california. Hello caleb paul love the show. Thanks time caller. What did he do what your thoughts were on this arkansas team. After those those. I struggle against rights and Just waiting our chances are this weekend against against Pretty good sexist team for doing that. Pretty decent.

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"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"fritz" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We are back. Another hour is live. We'll talk to the head coach at to really fits on a phenomenal job there Especially dealing with the adversities of hurricane ida almost beat oklahoma in norman. The other day that was supposed to be a home game that had to be move. Let's continue with more phone. Calls and miles is in california miles going on what's going on. We're doing great. I just wanted to say go dog and Yet a defense was incredible on saturday and also wanted to say we're going to run the table and we don't see crimson tide and we we we we felt have freshmen. Qb definitely yeah. It's listen that's three more than three months off but It's what everyone thinks will happen. Well i mean yeah you know we we gotta deal with florida in between the you know you. Ap going to too. But i just wanted to get on here. And i to The chrysler retired. I just wanted to be here. And i am glad you did. Thanks so much. Mad dog is up next abbey college mall season ball. Thank you good afternoon. How are you. I'm well thank you paul. You and your incredible show helped create the mad dog persona which was pretty much born last year. That i'm that well you know on your show. We can't hit it off. We talked about our common friend lawrence smith and maybe we can talk for ten minutes. One day that's right from that. A course of of barking for my dogs grew louder and louder until it was deafening. And what they want is a new voice from the bulldog nation and that is the mad dog. Show which kicks off tonight right after your show at seven and so what. The mad dog show is is four. The rabbit dog fan. By a rabid dog. Fan we recap last week. We look ahead this week with over into reports do a full recap of our game. Where even release our own top ten rankings. We have special legit guests next week. We've already got. Espn's of mark's lay ball after listening to l. dunkin. I think i need to get her on the show. Because i think it would be very therapeutic for. She's definitely glass is half empty. I'm glass half full and you know. I think she needs some cheering out. So i can. I'm not the year. I don't wanna cripple but i'm not even sure l. is half empty. I'm not sure well. I went for really great feeling terrible. I tried to get an appointment with my therapist before the end of the show. Well again. hopefully she'll listen to me and get cheered up now paul all. We're missing on this show. is you now. I've always called you at some point. Just listen. I'm not saying you don't have to commit just check it out. Check it out well. First of all. Lauren smith is a friend of mine lauren chicken. I was going to try to get back. In time. To be on the field. With lauren saturday night on the pre show but i my plane was not getting enough time for that was a couple of hours before the game. But i'm i'm a huge fan of law so if you're if you're a friend of law your friend of mine. Thank you for the call. Good luck with your show. How about danny danny. I'm sorry up next to. Hello danny doing on paul. Pay there I just a little sick of these georgia fans right now and let me tell you why everyone including analysis are saying. Uga is going to run the table. They only got to worry about florida and automatically assuming that they're just going to go straight championship and face family. You know a big bump in that road is right down here on the plane and auburn will be georgia by good margin. Wow that's interesting i. After seeing this weekend game in akron. I was there that stadium with electric student's section. We're all glad to be back in. That stadium will be rocking with eighty nine thousand of my closest friends. Besides the ones who are cheering for the bulldogs. Well i had several people. Tell me they think auburn could be a surprise team I have to see more but will see more a week from saturday. Night at penn state. That's a great opportunity for them. Hey thank you for the call. Appreciate it thomas's in mississippi. You're on the air. Yeah you could call. This is just about the game of. I think they had a good game but they need improve on both sides. The ball a big fan. Big ears also. Thank you by the understand. It's it's your birthday today. i've turned toward. I'm still young. So what are you doing to other than calling the show to celebrate your birthday. I'm just watching your your show. Chen won't show every day. So well thomas i. i don't know. I can't think of a better thing to do birthday than watch the finebaum show. What about you randy. You agree. Will you just relax we will. We'll we'll do the cooking. We'll do the serving of the drink and the cutting of the birthday cake and you have a wonderful day. Fifty four great age door. Remember it but it was a great. Let's let's check in with chuck. Who was in ohio. Hello chaka right ahead at ball park. The buckeyes looked pretty good. minnesota's i think a good team unfortunately lost a who looked like a great deal bat. And that's unfortunate airport That was a lot of freshmen richard. I don't playing for the first time and some couple sophomore. So i thought based on that they had the ball on offense forty eight minutes. They scored forty five points. Listen first of all neither one of our opinions of of last thursday night matter because They'll play a really good team this weekend and and think when the oregon game is over we'll be able to discern what the buckeyes are. All about my sense. It'll be pretty good. Thank you very much for the call. Let's check in with david. Who is in south carolina. Hello david hey paul thank you for taking my call them. A first time caller. I just wanted to ask you a question of course I heard it. Kirby smart said that he was so confident is defense that He was gonna let. We'll mush camp. Do the game plan for the offense. Do you believe that no Considering will as defensive coach. I i would be well. You know now that i think about. Maybe you're right. It does look like we'll may have. That's like one of south carolina game plans. yes sir. i'm a game called fan. And i saw all those answering that question. I realize you were you. Were one hundred percent correct. I hard to argue with the gamecocks fan about we'll mushek that's for sure. Amos is up. Next amos go right ahead step on in. How's it going paul go. How's your day going today. It is great thank you. Hey man. I'm just calling in i listen l. Duck and i love her. Okay she's she's she's an at l. girl. Okay my wife. We met her back in two thousand ten episodes. Those only love her. Okay but i just wanna i just wanna Late everyone no okay. You have two types three types of uga fans you have your disney dogs. You have your debbie downer dogs and you have your all dog doll okay. You're all dolls doll..

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23 Down, 5 To Go: Djokovic Eyeing Calendar-Year Slam at Open

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

23 Down, 5 To Go: Djokovic Eyeing Calendar-Year Slam at Open

"Fans don't see another joke of it just kept alive his hopes for a calendar year grand slam moving into the US open third round with an impressive straight sets win over the Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor no problems either for the women's top seed ash Barty now into the third round without dropping a set four seed Alexander Zverev also advanced in straight sets and men's twenty two St Raleigh Palca laid the American charge reaching round three with a straight sets win of the Italian Lorenzo and was happy it was joined in die for success by Shelby Rogers Jessica pergola Jack sock and Jenson Brooksby who advanced over Tyler Fritz I'm Graham like us

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"fritz" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"fritz" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The half of all the crops in the world today are fertilized by. Fertilizers created via the fiber process. With over one hundred million tonnes produced via this method every year. It's hard to stress. Just how important. The fiber process is literally. Our modern world couldn't exist and the lives of billions of people depend on it for taba was awarded the nobel prize in chemistry in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for his work in this area. Despite the incredible benefits to humanity of the harbor process is nobel prize was controversial. That reason had to do with the other side of fritz harbor. If helping to feed the world was his best side than what he did. Next was his worst despite being born jewish. In what is today. Poland harbor very much identified as german. He converted from judaism to lutheranism primarily to help his academic career when world war one broke out. Harbor enthusiastically supported the german. 'cause he was one of ninety three academics who signed a document called the manifesto of the ninety three here are the first sentences of the manifesto quote as representatives of german science and art we hereby protests to the civilized world against the lies and calamities. A which are enemies are endeavouring to stain the honor of germany in her hard struggle for existence in a struggle that has been forced upon her. The iron mouth of events has proved the untruth of the fictitious german defeats consequently misrepresentation and colony are all the more eagerly at work as heralds of truth. We raise their voices against these claims. Unquote hubbard joined the army and was promoted to the rank of captain. He was then assigned to be the head of the chemistry section of the ministry of war. It was fritz. Harbor who almost singlehandedly was responsible for the use of chemical weapons in world war one. He didn't just take a passive role sitting behind a desk. Developing plans for new weapons. He took a quite active role at the second battle of abra on april. Twenty second nineteen fifteen harbor personally commanded the first use of chemical weapons in the war. The germans released one hundred seventy one. Tons of chlorine gas along a front six point five kilometers or four miles wide. It was called operation disinfectant when the windows right the germans opened up the valves on the tanks in a giant mist of greenish. Yellow chlorine gas moved across the battlefield as this had never been used in combat before the french soldiers on the other side didn't run. They didn't know what it was. The easily could have outrun the cloud on foot. If they knew it was about to happen when it reached the trench men began coughing as no one had gas masks. No one knew that they would be needed by the time. The allies retook the trenches that were filled with chlorine gas. They found perhaps the most horrific scene in the world's most horrific war the allies reported five thousand killed and fifteen thousand wounded from the german gas cloud. This battle was of course. Just the beginning of.

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"fritz" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"fritz" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The half of all the crops in the world today are fertilized by. Fertilizers created via the fiber process. With over one hundred million tonnes produced via this method every year. It's hard to stress. Just how important. The fiber process is literally. Our modern world couldn't exist and the lives of billions of people depend on it for taba was awarded the nobel prize in chemistry in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for his work in this area. Despite the incredible benefits to humanity of the harbor process is nobel prize was controversial. That reason had to do with the other side of fritz harbor. If helping to feed the world was his best side than what he did. Next was his worst despite being born jewish. In what is today. Poland harbor very much identified as german. He converted from judaism to lutheranism primarily to help his academic career when world war one broke out. Harbor enthusiastically supported the german. 'cause he was one of ninety three academics who signed a document called the manifesto of the ninety three here are the first sentences of the manifesto quote as representatives of german science and art we hereby protests to the civilized world against the lies and calamities. A which are enemies are endeavouring to stain the honor of germany in her hard struggle for existence in a struggle that has been forced upon her. The iron mouth of events has proved the untruth of the fictitious german defeats consequently misrepresentation and colony are all the more eagerly at work as heralds of truth. We raise their voices against these claims. Unquote hubbard joined the army and was promoted to the rank of captain. He was then assigned to be the head of the chemistry section of the ministry of war. It was fritz. Harbor who almost singlehandedly was responsible for the use of chemical weapons in world war one.

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Fritz Haber: The Best and Worst Chemist in History

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Fritz Haber: The Best and Worst Chemist in History

"The half of all the crops in the world today are fertilized by. Fertilizers created via the fiber process. With over one hundred million tonnes produced via this method every year. It's hard to stress. Just how important. The fiber process is literally. Our modern world couldn't exist and the lives of billions of people depend on it for taba was awarded the nobel prize in chemistry in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for his work in this area. Despite the incredible benefits to humanity of the harbor process is nobel prize was controversial. That reason had to do with the other side of fritz harbor. If helping to feed the world was his best side than what he did. Next was his worst despite being born jewish. In what is today. Poland harbor very much identified as german. He converted from judaism to lutheranism primarily to help his academic career when world war one broke out. Harbor enthusiastically supported the german. 'cause he was one of ninety three academics who signed a document called the manifesto of the ninety three here are the first sentences of the manifesto quote as representatives of german science and art we hereby protests to the civilized world against the lies and calamities. A which are enemies are endeavouring to stain the honor of germany in her hard struggle for existence in a struggle that has been forced upon her. The iron mouth of events has proved the untruth of the fictitious german defeats consequently misrepresentation and colony are all the more eagerly at work as heralds of truth. We raise their voices against these claims. Unquote hubbard joined the army and was promoted to the rank of captain. He was then assigned to be the head of the chemistry section of the ministry of war. It was fritz. Harbor who almost singlehandedly was responsible for the use of chemical weapons in world war one.

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Reinventing The Wheel by Fritz Gilbert of The Retirement Manifesto

Optimal Finance Daily

01:44 min | 1 year ago

Reinventing The Wheel by Fritz Gilbert of The Retirement Manifesto

"I thought of ways. I've reinvented things through the first three years of my retirement. Fortunately i've documented every week in the post on the site going through those archives. I found the following examples of how this mindset can be applied in retirement number one moving from good to great when we realized we do better with our retirement homestead. We sold our original good retirement cabin and moved into a great one number two changing from a saver to a spender making a mental shift to spend to the level. We knew we could afford and no longer worrying about the need to save number. Three changing our approach to travel from cross country train trip to it extended rv v trip to the pacific northwest to a shorter rv trip to michigan's upper peninsula. We've intentionally reinvented our approach to travel. Every year of retirement number four realizing time mattered more than money. After years of focusing on building our investments we made the mental shift to realize that time freedom was what really mattered number. Five building a dream. The story of our new purposeful workshop and focusing our retirement on things that matter to us number six buying a second home in retirement when our daughter moved closer. We've reinvented our retirement to spend more time with our two year. Old granddaughter conclusion retirement is a perfect time to reinvent your wheel. Don't settle for things as they are but rather seek to continually improve your life experience. Have you don't like something modify it. It doesn't matter if it's large or small continually tweaking. Your approach brings tremendous value especially in retirement

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

"For his time in Washington and in the national political spotlight, including his years in the U. S Senate and later as U. S ambassador to Japan, former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale has died at the age of 93. Here, CBS White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe. He ran for president against Ronald Reagan and 1984 made history by choosing a female running way. Geraldine Ferraro, I looked The best vice president and I found her and Gerry Ferraro to waged a spirited campaign. But as Democrats trying to make Reagan's age an issue He memorably shot back and Monday. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience, Reagan trounced Mondale in a historic landslide. President Biden in remembering the late vice president, said Walter Mondale, defined of the vice presidency as a full partnership and help provide a model for his service.

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dead at 93

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dead at 93

"Walter Mondale dead at the age of 93. NBC's Kris Clack of takes a look back Minnesota Progressive who brought a new standard to the vice presidency, Walter Fritz Mondale catapulted to the national political spotlight. In the 19 seventies and eighties Mondale Mondale was U. S senator from Minnesota before serving as vice president under Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981 on, Dale ran for the White House in 1984 but lost to Ronald Reagan in a landslide. The owner of the Colorado

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Prince Philip and the queen's royal love story

Nightline

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Prince Philip and the queen's royal love story

"Celebrating prince queen elizabeth husbanded closest confidante dead at ninety nine now the life and legacy of prince philip from childhood marked by heartache to a promising naval career sacrificed for service to his queen. He has quite simply been my strength and stay all these years how. The of edinburgh revolutionized the monarchy and guided a grieving nation and just the crown battles a new series of crises. What the future now holds for the royal family marching forward without their prints. Good evening and thank you for joining us. I'm trevor all tonight. A wave of sadness washing over buckingham palace. Queen elizabeth and the entire united kingdom mourning the loss of prince philip. Now inside the duke's lifetime of allegiance as a husband a grandfather a pillar of strength behind the british monarchy ninety nine tolls at london's westminster abbey fritz phillips. Ninety nine years of life mourning the loss of queen. Elizabeth beloved husband of seventy three years. This is absolutely devastating for the queen. This is the love of her life. The man who was by has tied for decades fell in love with the queen and chose to take on a lawyer. No suddenly being her husband but also serving crown prince charles visited his mother this afternoon as the royal family plans for funeral. Eight days from now. Prince harry and meghan markle paying tribute from afar on their foundation's website. Prince william and his wife catherine also honoring the duke on instagram

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'New strategy': Politicians in crisis refuse calls to resign

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

'New strategy': Politicians in crisis refuse calls to resign

"Congressman Matt Gaetz will make a high profile appearance today as he continues resisting calls to resign amid a federal sex trafficking investigation the Florida Republican will appear tonight at former president trump's Miami golf club at an event sponsored by the group that organized the trump rally on January six that ended with the capital Ryan gates appears to be emulating the ex president's approach to scandal denying allegations and portraying himself as a victim but pressure is mounting sources say gates political ally Joel Greenberg is working toward a plea deal with prosecutors looking into whether the two men paid under age girls were offered them gifts in exchange for sex I'm sure markets is not feeling very comfortable today Greenberg lawyer Fritz Scheller would not tell W. O. F. L. yesterday if his clients will cooperate against gates Sager mag ani Washington

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"fritz" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"fritz" Discussed on Drum History

"Knowing that you're being too loud you can't i mean for me. I just mentally physically. I'm holding back. So i need to buy an electric trump's epa they're an investment man. I mean they are expensive for real for guys like us who really want a real one pro one their pricey so I don't think that's right or wrong. I think as a guitar player. You'll have the classical guitar who play beethoven and you have a a western guitar to play at camp side fire and you have electric guitar to play on rock and roll stage and same with the drums. If you wanna be real drama at one stage in your life you want you gotta have the electric kids to practice and it's much easier to practice when you can put your music on just put a stake into trump said or even with bluetooth and you play to music and live down seeded electric drums yet. I mean i don't. I will not say a never see them. But i think it's a long way till you really have a electronic drum kit on stage playing music or rock music. I mean yeah me personally. When i go into a club and does band and drama is playing rock abuse music on a on electronic drum kits. I've i leave. Because i i don't think that it works. Yeah but we see how it goes. I mean they a lot of money and effort into developing electronic drum kids and maybe one day we going to see something that is similar. But still i think acoustic drum kids. I love the smell. I love the to see how would is is Worked on. I just loved the feel of the drum. I loved everything about it. I totally agree. And i should say the person at home is. Who's sitting there listening to this. Who's playing gigs with an electric kit. Do whatever works for you. Obviously and everyone has their own. Fritz isn't right or wrong. I mean you. See the people use. And i've worked in a lot of studio sessions where sometimes bringing electric kit. And it's like that's great. There's we can just use midi and run it in and it's it makes it easy but it has a different feel so but i think if you're playing drums that's the key thing. Whatever you do Then you know we all have whatever we whatever gets. You plan is important so cool well. Fritz man i can't tell you how awesome has been to just hear the different Stories and you know a the the german and european side of these things then we kind of branched off and learned a lot of different things today so Where can people find you like. Why don't you tell any german listeners. Who might be you know within driving distance Where they can find about out about drum house and all that stuff. Oh i mean. I'm i'm a local drum shop. I mean i'm not interested in doing business over over mail order and things i mean. I really wanna talk to the people. But if somebody's in freiburg or the black forest area they will find me in the middle of freiburg justice center of the town. It's a small trump but it's full of drums lied to drum shops..

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"fritz" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"fritz" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Just go, go, go, go my eyes back at the tool basket and cool. All these breaks on this just a hand Wash new rights with the cold nights in the chute books, no cuffs. I'll open and play and she might just eyes look paid as I had lost my right my rooms. When you do. You're going to get my green make strong again where I'm from. I don't know Fritz they see Wednesday. We've been up Not next. Right away. Wait, go, but just go, Go, go, go! You only know like, Oh, you're a rover. Put some ice on because you've got a call. I know I got a team. I gotta go. You gotta do is.

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"fritz" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"fritz" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"It was kind of impressed by this whole thing quote while attendance and the prison ward at Bellevue Hospital. We're acting in the belief that Captain Fritz Shelbert Duquesne the adventure and romance. Her was a hopeless paralytic patient. He saw it through the bars of his cell early yesterday morning and escaped by scaling two fences about seven feet high. The article goes on to mention him. I dropping from the window to the Ledge of an ice house and then to the ground farther below saying quote even this display of agility amazing for a paralytic did not give him his liberty and he was forced to climb a brick wall about six feet high and an iron fence with menacing spike. About eight feet high all this spectacular leaping and climbing to escape prison did not attract the attention of any of the guards or attendance of the prison ward and the absence of the quote. Paralytic patient was not noticed until the attendance made their usual rounds of the ward at four. Thirty A M to complete his ruse duquesne had arranged pillows and comforters. Roughly into the shape of a person curled into a ball in his bed and pulled his blanket over them. So the again i. It's so funny I feel like he set. So many of the troops we see in film and Television The grounds of the hospital were searched once it was realized that he was gone and they came up. Empty and police develop a theory that the escapee had arranged for an accomplice to meet him with a car and a change of clothes on nearby first avenue. Because they had been believed up to that point that Duquesne was paralysed. He had not been considered dangerous or a flight risk. So the few visitors that he had were not documented on any kind of list. Duquesne wrote a letter to one of his friends allegedly from Mexico. The letter stated that Fritz had the help of friends and his escape and that they provided him with a car and had been gotten him onto a plane with an expert pilot who took him to Mexico. The friend Duquesne wrote to brought this letter to the police and it was dismissed as a hoax. They're thinking was that he sent the letter hoping that his friend would take it to the authorities in the hopes that the Mexico story would take them off of his real trail but by the end of the summer all of the other trails had gone cold and police did start to believe that he had indeed left the US and that he was in all likelihood exactly where he said he was which was Mexico. You'll remember. He traveled in South America and knew a lot of people at Middle and South America. That they thought he could have Gone to her safe harbor. There are also plenty of people that believe that he was just kind of laying low and kicking around the US He definitely was in Boston for Awhile. At least until he moved back to New York of his whereabouts but this time he arrived in the city as a new man. Frank de Trafford. Craven Alice his wife had left him when his ruse had caved in and he had been arrested. So this start as craven was kind of a fresh reinvention of himself with no ties. Before this return to New York Fritz slash frank had spent some time as highly said in Boston getting into the movie industry by working with a financier named Joseph Kennedy who had purchased the film booking offices of America Kennedy hired Fritz for PR. Work that required decanes and move back to Manhattan a strangely conventional time and decanes life. He seemed to actually just be working a job and living a quiet life for a few years. He moved onto another job at Quigley publishing which had him working writing and editing advertising copy for Vaudeville acts although Fritz was living well but under the radar has passed caught up with him in nineteen thirty two when he was arrested again. This time. Fritz kept up his Frank de Trafford Craven Persona insisting over and over that the police had the wrong man. And just in case. You're curious that Joseph p Kennedy is in fact the father of John F. Kennedy Defending Duquesne once. He was arrested in one thousand thirty two although he continued to go by craven through this whole legal morass was well known civil liberties lawyer. Arthur Garfield Hays Hayes would later write of Duquesne. And maybe braced for this one because some of it's not the best attitude quote. We all admired the man. Even the district attorney and judge were sympathetic. It was before Hitler's time and no one hated the Germans after all. If there had been a murder it was homicide in a war of many years. Ago and homicide in. War is heroic haystack. The approach that first of all if the British government wanted to have to Kane extradited they would have to prove it was actually him and not this Frank Craven secondly he would have to have been on British soil when he committed the crime for this extradition to stand the British government did not really have any interest in pursuing events from the war. At this point the thinking was that it could dredge up matters between countries that had since been settled and that there was just no need for that so whether we were talking about frank to Trafford Craven or to Kane ridden was just done with the matter but New York still had some issues however it was determined that since Duquesne was being held as a British prisoner awaiting transfer from Bellevue at the time of his escape apparently at that point he had been transferred to Britain at least on paper since Britain had dropped the matter. There really was not any issue and so the whole thing was dismissed. This was very frustrating to some of the police and detectives that had worked on this case but the judge was kind of like if Fritz Duquesne had just gone back to his life working in entertainment advertising he probably could have had a nice last stretch of years but duquesne at this point was in his mid fifty S. He still had a burning hatred for Britain he had given interviews in the press. Were heated explicitly said so and in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Fritz was recruited by Royal Scot Golden. Who was the head of the Order of seventy six? That was the New York organization that was sympathetic to the Third Reich and believed that Jews were the enemy in America golden needed a spy and Duquesne meet at a job so they struck up a deal but when a reporter broke the story that Fritz Duquesne was likely working for this Pro Nazi group it was actually Duquesne's mistress who was Jewish and learned about all of this news through the paper like everyone else who reached out to that reporter to help him get more info. She actually fed him information for a couple years. But decanes association with this group became pretty unclear and fuzzy pretty rapidly. Within a few months Duquesne was working instead for the works progress administration and then he opened his own business air terminals company which was allegedly dealing in our stock. It may have been a friend or just a way for him to have meeting somewhere. But there's this messy confusing assortment of details during these years. That suggest whether he was working for the Nazi group or not. It was kind of an unfocused time in his life or he was just giving everyone the slip in every way possible but then in. December of nineteen thirty seven Fritz Duquesne once again became a spy for Germany this time working for the Nazis on US soil. He had been recruited by Colonel Nicholas. Fritz Ritter who was organizing A. Us spy ring is part of Hitler's Military Intelligence Group the ABC their Ritter put Fritz and the key position in this ring and Fritz. Seeing it as one more way to continue his lifetime. Bowel against Britain took the job. Ritter recruited almost three dozen other members to be part of this ring. One of whom was named Williams Siebel. You'll also see him listed as film seebold because he was a naturalized US citizen born in Germany and he had been recruited when he was back home visiting his mother in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine when he returned to the US in nineteen forty it was under his new identity Harry Sawyer. He had spycraft training under his belt at this point. He was instructed to make contact with Fritz. Duquesne CBO did not want to be a spy. Though he had been told by his Nazi recruiters that his family would be hurt and that they would reveal secrets about him to the US government. If he didn't cooperate he was fearful of losing his U. S. citizenship. And his life in New York. So seaboard had agreed to this. But while he was still in Germany he had made a Syrup. Tissues tripped the. Us Embassy.

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"fritz" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"fritz" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"It's dark so thematically kind of how how they portray it in this moment is he gets shot and you hear his heartbeat as personified or how as represented by the pool balls going into the hole and it gets slower and slower until he eventually his heartbeat stops and he dies there on car and played down into the street and this is again. This is again the the white kid causing trouble because of his privilege of that. Nothing's going to harm him and nothing does. Yeah yeah he's he's only thinking of himself and God damn it like that. That's so I know I said dark but oh shit man i. I watched watching that scene. It depressed me as a very depressing. Seen a very sobering moment in a movie that I think does not work for a lot of it. But it doesn't it definitely works here. I'll give credit where credit's due. This is a very. I don't know what point we're trying to get besides what I've already mentioned But Yeah I think I think that point because could also be made without the depiction that they've created for African American people. Notice that that works just fine without it. I like you said I do. Give it credit with the The pool balls representing the heartbeat. I thought that was an interesting usage. And that's probably the only part of this movie were. I thought that was that was well. Played Okay I like that. Everything else. Animation wise is just pure shit and and after the scene after such a harrowing scene where they bring in fucking fighter jets for no reason. I don't know why they did that. So they bring in fired Fighter jets to bomb sweep or sweep bomb carpet bomb the carbon your carpet bomb Harlem and then the next scene is like Fritz. Hiding out in a garbage can making sex jokes like what? Come on man. The yeah the car. The Carpet Bomb Harlem twelve thirteen years ahead of Philadelphia. Okay good I wasn't the one who's going to mention Fritz creeds the revolution and everybody dies except for him and he hides out in a garbage can waiting for his friend Winston and she finds image garbage cans. She basically said you need to get out of city. I got car Ted. West Shit's happened in that way. Man So they start driving and eventually Winston gets hungry and she wants to stop now. Here's the question Winston isn't one of the three girls right. Thought she was because they're like the character. Designs are very similar. I might be the same animal shore as one of them but I don't think it's the same person look strikingly similar but very different. In terms of their per like how they're characterized are because she's she a girlfriend or a friend it makes it sound like she's a girlfriend. Sounds like somebody that's been in his life and he can't commit or whatever right but she's very stern. Yeah well I don't they if African American people don't make out too well in this movie neither. Do Women. That's true. Yeah she comes off as very bitchy yeah And really she's just telling she's telling Fritz everything he needs to hear and he just completely ignores her. Yeah Yeah Yeah like pretty much like she's dumb see. Isn't that what she's talking about? I'm great yeah. I like the also subtle show at San Francisco in this role where she goes up. We'RE GONNA HEAD OUT THE FRISCO. You know they things are happening there and I guess it's all doing summer of love sixty nine. You know you know how that became the epicenter of that so yep so they start driving and then she's just like I'm hungry. And he's like yeah. Let's go to a truck stop because I want to talk to all the truckers and just get into their heads about was like to be a truck driver and just driving all over this country so she takes him to Howard Johnson and he's not happy about it. I guess this is a joke. That would probably play better in the seventies Howard. Johnson truck drivers don't go to our Johnson and who knows where Howard Johnson is right now and then we cut away and we meet a neo. Nazi heroin shooting Rabbit biker. And that live in the middle of the desert and the rabbit goes driving away on the road but as entice backed by his girlfriend with heroin. Meanwhile Winstons car breaks down in the Middle Desert and Fritz doesn't know how to fix it because he has no discernible skills that translate into the outside world and a farmer stops to try and help them and he beats all his chickens to death with a board on says he fixed the We'll look at the car and says the car ran gase. It's gotta you gotTa put gas in the car. Every once in a while and then he leaves and it's like there's a gas station about a mile back the other way. I'm going this way. Peace outages so. We're not talking about the animal abuse. Oh Yeah it was Frightening yeah yeah he all the chickens to fucking death with board and a nail. It's it's very everything about this. Movie is just bad. Everyone's bad everyone's bad except the white people are all all the white people are bad in this movie. He's he's also got some really good aim that he could with one nail on that board that he could kill all of those chickens so now doesn't his entire product become useless. You think they're all dead what you'RE GONNA do. It depends on how closely as to where they were dropping off. Anyway I guess but all I'm saying is that guy can go to hell look right buying chickens. I would want them to be alive right. I mean that's just smart business sense right like I kill my chickens. That's something to my job for. Who knows how far to go by the time he gets there. They're just rotting corpses. Here you go. Here's your here's your hundred chickens. They're all dead. Well you know you. You didn't specify if you wanted them alive or not. Sorry I fix them for you so. Winston verbally dresses down Fritz until some guests. She basically tells him everything that he should here and take to heart but he just kind of you know does the yup kind of hand signal to the camera and ignores her completely and walks off and I guess she never you know. As far as the end of the movie she is there waiting for him to get back with gas for the rest of the run time so he walks off immediately just dumps the gas bucket that she gave him. We meet back up with the Horse in the tweet out rabbit and we get a sense that this is a very abusive relationship in reminded me. I don't know if you've got marcus. Probably seen this the always sunny episode where they go to the Jersey Shore. Did you ever see that and d. n? Dennis get into a van with some people in there are are these. Are these guys cool go? Yeah they're cool and they think they're just going to go party and they wind up like robbing a liquor store and doing drugs. That's exactly what the scene was the Yeah even you know even the person that gets victimized and all this has a moment where they're kind of a despicable person in seen right before that right when she kind of entices him back with heroin S- kind of an enabler and then also you know using the F. Word Yeah yeah point more arena up all of these things. I had forgotten. Just bumming me out man So Fritz meets these two Fritz and the rabbit have some words about the revolution and the rabbits. Like your honest we could probably use a guy like you come with us. Need some of my friends. And he's like sure so they'd have to a certain cemetery and they introduce him to John a fighter for the cause who is a some sort of lizard that in a cloak and then they other lizard female lizard that It's talking about the revolution. I think they got a whole bunch of ammo ammunition and and Explosives of their setting awesome explosions start the revolution in the horse girlfriend wants the rabbits pay attention to her. She's like every time you're with your friends and pay attention to me. And the instead of paying attention to her the rabbit beats her with a chain and his friends help him gang rape her base. That seems like a weird time to start complaining that your boyfriends not paying attention to you right now. You're there to plan some sort of massacre. I'd imagine they had bombs and guns and all that so you think you wanna lay low until after the meeting like all right. I'll let I'll let him hang with his friends. Elim have his time and then we'll shoot up heroin afterwards. There's plenty of time for that So she gets. This is one of the most harrowing scenes where she just gets the shit beat out ever he gets absolutely annihilated. I felt bad for this cartoon. Can you imagine if any of them were in like Roger Rabbit Right? It's like Oh that's the force that got the shit kicked out of it by the tweet out. Nazi bunny and Lizard and Jessica rabbits. They're like Oh my God what the fuck is going on here. This is not supposed to be happening. Yeah that's the crossover. We need Fritz. In who framed Roger Rabbit? Yeah absolutely and just what is it the Goo or the dip the dip? They should all be just thrown in the dip every single character in the dip. No problems just and you could lower them in with the you know how they did it at the end just mostly some of them like Fritz should really suffer. Yeah so you just like diplomatic little by little and just let him know that he's a real complete shithead. So let's let's make this happen. Who Do we call? I think Ralph Bakshi's still alive izzy. He asked unfortunate yes. Another comes off as really mean but you know he made this so yeah and he made it and it pissed off are Robert Crumb. Yeah Robert Crimson. Saying I know nothing about him but I know he's a saint. Well I dunno saying I mean if he was offended by what and this was you said right. Yeah so yeah I mean he he's. He's a Golden God compared to Ralph Bakshi's here so he hated it so much. He killed Fritz. The cat in the comics. Ooh I gotta look up as that sounds beautiful. I hope it was like a really gruesome death with an ice pick by his girlfriend gangland style. Nice I'm GonNa look it up Barrio whether it's taxes so after she is raped and beaten. Fritz tries to comfort the horse that we'd find out his name's Harriet but then One of the Lizard the Lizard. Neo-nazi thousand car and she's filled the car with explosives to power plant Fritz helps her plant explosives while he's tells her off about what a real revolution is..

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"fritz" Discussed on Tales From The PROS

Tales From The PROS

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"fritz" Discussed on Tales From The PROS

"With me here today is Fritz Lehmann who is a business leader and currently the chief operating officer at Zenko. Fritz brings thirty four years of experience in all aspects of solutions, sales delivery, and customer support from his time at SAS culminating from the role of executive vice president and chief customer officer prior to retiring from sausage two, thousand eighteen. This is tales from the pros were business leaders and influencers share their stories of inspiration, ruggles and successes, and I'm your host. Michael Giorgio. For.

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"fritz" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

13:14 min | 3 years ago

"fritz" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Commute happens to be very close to the Pakistani Afghani border. I don't know why I'm saying Pakistani Afghani. You can't say Afghanistan and you certainly are not going to say Packie so no so I think maybe Afghan border. It's the Afghan border or is that something on a couch no an Afghan border. I think that it's it's not something you crochet. The Pakistan Afghan border there we go the pakistan-afghan border and it's that little strip of Afghanistan whose name escapes me now that kind of for some reason separates Pakistan from from Russia and China. Oh picture that little tendrils extending northeast from Afghanistan for odd Carl cartographic reasons it's up by ten Sheikha Stan Right. It's right it's said Russia but at the time of our our story it would have been the Soviet Union today. It's not Russia right. It's like what's it called. It's called the right right. Yeah the Wolcott corder. You're just seems like you're speaking Klingon well John. Will you be my challenge a true true the so he's he's on the Pakistani border. He's very close. Ghanistan weirdly close to both the Soviet Union and China. It's a global hotspot in the mid seventy s and in this case he does not come back. Janice is worried sick friends head over and confined no no traces him in a nearby village. Some friends find his knapsack in a hut with some books and clothes and apparently something he left behind. She's furious purest. They don't bring back the books which include a biography of Lenin for some reason John Lynch Mer per flight. Do you ever call John Lennon Lennon Yeah. Who's your favorite Songwriter Olenin other MTV. VJ named Lenin you're thinking of Kennedy Kennedy. That's tried who's your who's your favorite statement Kennedy. Vj she said on the show she turned into some kind of libertarian. She didn't turn into it. I always thought she was that even then she was a game show host to this all connected somehow. I can't remember the name of that. MTV game show deal or no deal for no friend or not a friend friend or no friend. There's no way it was called friend or no friend friend or foe frenemies. That's a friend or foes great adamantine. Let's pretend this show is called friend or not a friend so anyway these friends of Fritz apparently true friends. They hired a helicopter. They scour this part of the world. They can find no oh trace of him. You would think if they were going to spend all this effort to find him that somebody would have gone with him. He was traveling alone and this is where the story turns even weirder because in the mid nineties Janice Pennington and her second husband Carlo Stay Abreu publish a trashy paperback called husband Lover Spy Rar about her conviction that in fact her husband did not die in the Pakistani mountains but but went on to live a secret double life as a operative and this book was was excerpted in Cosmo and I think for a while became a pretty a big hit your one of your one of your favorite prices right. Beauties has written a book. If you look at the number of copies you can get on Amazon for a penny. You will see that this book must have been some kind of success in the early nineties I would I would venture that a typical. CIA operative operative let's to use your term the wrong term asset asset there would be generally anonymous looking right there there the the men and the great flannel right. They're they're meant to blend not meant to be. That's what what makes Fritz so perfect John. You'd never suspect deep cover. CA guys are not marrying a former playboy centerfolds and I guess so it's just a bizarrely overwritten book with this kind of Lush COSMO pros about you know her beloved you know who cleverly preparing the lobster as the as the wins of of something beat against the window and you people are oppressing their loins talk to each other. It's one of these Fabio on the cover yeah except she's actually married to a to a better than five view. How wonder how her her husband at the time on felt about all he's a bizarre figure in the book who spends the whole book just pissed off that she is chasing the ghost of her husband and in the book he's very angry and petulant and always storming off but he's. Co Writing the book with her as well. He's a he's kind of Mozambique Inborn Portuguese oddball with some kind of entertainment marketing company and maybe he's a maybe he's a cock. She's really into it. He does not appear to be enjoyed being coached by a dead headman at least in the book although best kind necrophilia. It's my other fetish necrophilia anyway. It's you you have to see this book. It's an absolutely insane book for TV spokes model to have written because chapters will start with sentences like finally able to arrange for a meeting with a counterintelligence agent and yet. She's a sitting spokes model prices right. She becomes convinced that her friends expeditions are covering this whole thing of and in the book at least he's Fritz is always said things like don't ever believe it when I was a Russian spy. Just kind of normal normal thing you tell your normal girlfriend he just he just told Trot that out. He just says stuff like that. While all these while he's massaging butter into the lobster with his with his sensitive yet strong hand this is also the theme of Chuck Barris -Is Autobiography when he was when he hosted the Gong show either put on or he was mentally. Ill people think they're in the CIA. No I believe I believe that story is one hundred percent true he was the CIA assassin through that whole time you cannot tell me that MSG doesn't make your tongue swell and the CIS Asan. You just did all conspiracy there except apt those too even though I believe one hundred percent in science those two things I think apps and also go scientists has not yet reached the point of being able to prove that check there was a assassin books get opened in the fullness of time so a lot of people just recruiting from game show you said it's the ultimate undercover to the time but if you read the book just gets crazier and crazier from your she she goes convinced that her friends are covering something up when they come back from looking for for him showed the conspiracy theory extends to all of the to the Aspen Mountain climbing community that which is looking a little shifty. She asks to produce them to produce the knapsack. They found and they're like Oh. I'm sorry we just we left it in in Pakistan and she's very angry. Why would you not does seem a little weird see. Maybe maybe this has is one more conspiracy. You can believe in. Let me try to convince you John. Right that Fritz. Tom Brooker was an asset the first thing she does. Of course it's GonNa see her beloved Aspen Psychic Nellie Alley right this is this is the mid eighties I couldn't aspen this. Nellie tells her own. Don't worry he's alive. He's with slender man and the dark skinned woman who together engineers engineers in his his disappearance with the slender man no story gets craziest slender space possibly line break a man the and the dark skinned woman. I don't believe there's an Internet meme called dark skinned woman. No there's there's white doors song white people calling the cops on dark skinned woman probably leap but that's about it but at the time no and so encouraged by this note from her trusted psychic she becomes convinced that he's is live and this is the time when she starts having metaphysical visitations at night. I believe it. These seem to be kind of alien encounter like there's a sense of passing through a series of trials sales of being scanned of floating above space. She's never been before with some kind of a table with a knife marks carved into it to her pillows. Turn into owls there. There are no alison to start which I know will let you down but otherwise it seems very very rufo like have you seen the picture by the way making the rounds of the Adolescent Barn owls where you can see. They're skinny legs that are not covered by the pin feathers pretty weird look. They look like your little men anyway but in these visitations Fritz cowering on a cot in the corner. What does is this museum. What does it mean this is. The mysterious phone calls start from from made up people at one point. Somebody calls her claiming in her book again all according to her weird book doc claiming to be a producer on the eighties seventies early eighties miniseries rich man poor man which you may recall with Peter Strauss I think claiming to be a producer and asking you for details about Fritz's disappearance but it turns out. There's no such man and no such number did he did. He ask her refrigerator. It's not a prank like these. People want to know what she knows John. Why are you making light of this. Oh I see what you're saying. He claimed to be the would've strange cover right took pretending to be the producer. I man as you would do if you were in intelligence. You know from now on whenever I've prank phone call somebody I'm going to say hi. This is Bob Strauss else of rich man poor man I was on. I worked on route to the next generation. Can we talk what are those other early. Eighty S. I worked on show gun show gun. There was a the Holocaust was a big one thornbirds Stortford. I worked on Barbara Taylor Bradford's women of substance. I need to ask about what you would do for your country. She's so she hires a Parv urban investigator who says Oh yeah that number traces to a safehouse Marina del Rey. We're just not sure if it's CIA or FBI but they know it's a safe house because somehow they know it's a safe house awesome. Marina del Rey. They're just not sure if it's this this all checks out. I believe that if you were going to put a safehouse somewhere in Marina del Rey is a great place I spent I spent talk about three months. Walking around Marina del Rey every single day trying to figure out where the center where Marina del Rey actually was within Marina Delray and I can tell you there is no marina del. Rey No it's. We're all Marina del Rey. Don't you think you'd have to be on a boat to be. That's exactly in the center of offshore somewhere. If you came in on a boat and we're park somewhere I think you could you could approximate it but there's no there there there is absolutely not but this is what her tell her where the phone calls are coming from the story. If the story is not bizarre enough for you yet she seeks help from Elvis is nineteen seventy. Seven Elvis is in the final year of his life. Go on she some. He summons her to his house in the book. She says she encountered him. I at the age of fourteen where she snuck up to a doorman letter sneak up to his hotel room and he in the store. He just signs an autograph and she leaves happily. That is one hundred well. No Elvis Elvis's famously right. Do you think that's the only thing that happened. I mean I'm he did have he. He did have some very unusual ideas about about a womenfolk Williams a moral guy. A Christian Man Priscilla's very a young is all right but also a cousin. I mean that that felt like a arranged. Marriage is true. Love was and Margaret Everybody Elvis's age their true love my true love was still in Margaret. Yeah in this case but they said they apparently kept in touch just knowing we each other in L. A. Somehow and so he summons her to his his house in the Hollywood hills or whatever he is whatever his non graceland. La Houses and offers to help he's got Washington. Contacts not says because he's a secret agent Richard exactly this is nine hundred seventy seven. He's always calling up Nixon and hoover weird hours to say he knows how to solve the problem or whatever stone to the Gills whatever he could get oh Ann Margaret there are you know so many things in this book that I don't know if I should believe she hears a rumor that Fritz actually enlisted in the US army at some point in the sixties but never served. That's mysterious. You're asking how many of these you should believe is. The is zero an auction. I zero must be and any confirmation confirmation of any of these things. The end of the book is full of documents the result of her freedom of Information Act requests the that's good and at the end of the story Russian files as well all those those do not appear interestingly. There's a telegram to the State Department saying a body. A mummified body has been found and but it's not clear whether it's him or it looks a little too short could be him so maybe it's a mummified. Polish climber of course she does what I would do in that situation and has a sounds to ask Fritz grits if he's dead sure did she go there have the sand now she has to sound so..

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"fritz" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"fritz" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Missing. They told police wrote it was last seen with harm. In who they knew only as a mysterious police officer wrote ahead and seeing police attempted to find the mystery man, but were unable to come up with any leads rotas friends began their own investigation and manage to track Fritz Harmon to his apartment when rotas friends told the police they identified Fritz as the man wrote ahead last been seen with in nineteen eighteen the police failed to act immediately. They were reluctant to search Fritz Harman's apartment since he was a trusted informant. Eventually, though, the rota family pressured the police into conducting a raid weeks after rota went missing officers burst into Harman's one room apartment. The phone Fritz Harmon with a half naked thirteen year old boy. Fritz was terrified he'd thought. He was above suspicion and never expected to be raided by the police unannounced. It was for this reason he still had the severed head of freetyle rota wrapped in newspaper and stash behind his stove weeks after the murder. Luckily for him the commanding officer had not been ordered to search the room. So Fritz Harmon was arrested while the apartment went on searched Fritz was charged with sexual assault and battery of a minor and sentenced to nine months, but he managed to avoid serving the sentence for over a year by moving addresses and dodging the police during his time on the run he met eighteen year old. Hans Crohn's Crohn's was another runaway who had been sleeping on the streets prior to meeting Fritz grants had heard rumors that Harmon solicited male sex workers he spotted Harmon at Hanover station and desperate for money attempted to sell his body. Harman took Ron's back to his apartment, but the relationship blossomed pass that first night the two began seeing each other frequently and became lovers over the course of several months Fritz became infatuated. With Crohn's Fritz later stated grens was like a son to him among other things. He also claimed he had saved grants from the ditch in nineteen nineteen the to move into the home of a widow Frau, burn steel together. They didn't stay anywhere long for six months. Groans and Fritz moved from place to place the stress avoiding police made Fritz prone to tantrums. The couple was kicked out of at least one home for having loud arguments late at night. But they always made up afterward Harmon was finally caught when Frau burns deal. The widow. He was renting from reported him to police after he hit her. He was at last forced to serve time for the assault of the thirteen year old boy in March. Nineteen twenty once released he quickly regained the trust of the police and reestablished his role as informant by flattering detectives and making show of attempting to reform life Fritz Harman's meek apologies always seem to win out over his past misdeeds and the police who worked with him thought he was a genuinely nice man all the way up to his final confession a year after his release from prison. Fritz now forty two and Hans grens nineteen moved again this time into a dingy ground-floor apartment near the lineup. River things were quiet for over a year for its legal troubles continued. But calm during this period. Conversely, his romantic life was anything. But calm Fritz. And Hans fought constantly though, Fritz was in love with Crohn's grens often treated Fritz with undisguised contempt at other times grants showed Fritz great. Action and would come for his anger by kissing him passionately, the two had a strange to mull Chua station. Ship strange is an understatement. Fritz told the police during his confession that he was aware grounds manipulated him. Then even mocked him behind his back on multiple occasions, Fritz kicked grants out of the apartment following fiery arguments during these rows grens would insult Fritz while Fritz angrily accused and threatened him. Each time a few days later for its would apologize and beg for grants to come back. Fritz said the despite their problems he needed the validation grants provided he said he had to have quote, someone I meant everything to and quote, one of these explosive fights occurred soon after Fritz and Hans grants had moved into the ground floor apartment for. It's just finished serving time for assault after narrowly avoiding arrest for the murder of frito rota right after moving in free. Was convicted of burglary and sentenced to serve six months in a labor camp. When the six months ended he returned to the apartment and found the place ransacked, many of his belongings had been stolen and sold as he soon found out by grands. In addition Fritz discovered grants had stolen and spent his military pension checks in a rage Ritz, kicked grants out the next day grens waited for Fritz to leave the apartment, then he and a friend broke in and further cleaned, the place out Fritz saw this as the ultimate betrayal.

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"fritz" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"fritz" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Daring. We'll see the extent of Fritz's protection under the law in a moment. Greg have you ever had an alien encounter? No. But I kind of wish I have why do you say that because the existence of extraterrestrial life has captured our collective imaginations for generations, those who claim to have had encounters certainly believe what they saw even if they have no proof. That's why the parkas network is exploring these stories and the new show extraterrestrial they'll analyze possible scientific explanations and determine what really may have happened. You can listen to the first associate on the nineteen sixty one Duchesne of Barney and Betty hill right now, new episodes of extraterrestrial come out every Tuesday look for upcoming episode spotlighting, rip tilles humanoids and the nineteen seventy seven you Afo invasion in Fort Benning, Georgia be sure to search for and subscribe to extra terrestrial wherever you listen to podcasts, and please don't forget to rate and review. Now back to the story. In September nineteen eighteen thirty nine year old Fritz Harmon met seventeen year old freetyle rota in a cafe rota had run away from home and needed a place to stay Fritz Harmon using a false name told rota he was a detective and offered to help for. It's always assumed positions of authority when lying like this. After meeting at the cafe wrote to introduce Fritz to school friends for its Harmon gave the boys presence and took them into the woods where he seduced them. Several times afterward Fritz took rota back to his apartment where the two smoked and as Roma would later tell us friends had fun a few days after Fritz met rota Fritz took him to his small grimy apartment. Once again, the pair smoked and chatted as they had done several times before but as the night went on Fritz grew more aggressive. He began touching rota and attempting to seduce him the rota and Fritz had had sex before something made rota uncomfortable on this night. He spurned for its Harman's advances. That's when Fritz became angry. He grabbed rota held him down and forcibly sodomized him. Then in the midst of the rape. He bared his teeth like a rabid animal Fritz bit down on wrote his throat and r-. Ripped through his Adam's apple rota bled out and because of the damage to his windpipe died of his fixation. Fritz Harmon later claimed that the act of sexually assaulting rota produced a murderous urgent him that he had never felt before he described as sudden uncontrollable desire to bite through wrote his throat. It's possible. He was telling the truth erotic, Fono files or lust murderers are defined as individuals who get an intense sexual satisfaction. From killing these individuals could be overcome with the urge to kill during a sexual act. According to research by Dr are p Britain, these killers are typically timid and introverted people who then unleash during sex Fritz Harmon was usually characterized as timid police describe how he fidgeted constantly pulling his fingernails and running his hands through his hair, his soft voice. And sometimes childlike tendency to court sympathy gave observers the impression he cr-. Saved attention but struggled to relax in the presence of others. Other studies described sexual sadists as having intense desires, which they worked to repress. Dr p e Dietz has published a paper examining thirty sexual sadists of those examined forty three percent identified as gay and twenty percent reported dressing in women's clothing. We know it's Harmon was abused by his father for exhibiting feminine tendencies, it's possible after such severe and continuing mistreatment his repressed desires made him unable to control himself during sex in stark contrast to the tightly controlled and meek behavior, he showed when interacting with authorities this fits with contemporary descriptions of Harmon, but it doesn't fully explain the depravity of Fritz's later actions. Thirty nine year old Fritz Harman stood over the corpse of Friedel rota, though, it was the middle of the night, and he was exhausted. He didn't alone self any rest. East? He drank a strong Cup of black coffee. Cupboard wrote his face with a cloth and cut him open using litany of knives. Buckets and rags he carefully removed wrote his flesh decapitated, the body and broke the bones. When he was done Harmon stashed pieces of wrote his body and a suitcase and made nightly trips to the stock ner cemetery over the next few weeks. He buried parts of rota keeping the remaining parts hidden behind his stove rotas was the only body for its Harmon is known to have buried during his later confession Harmon reported he was sick for eight days. Following a road is murder. The sickness prevented him from disposing of wrote his body as quickly as he wanted to according to him. It was the dismemberment and not the murder itself. That disgusted him after Friedel rota been missing for a couple of days. His France reported missing.

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"fritz" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

11:57 min | 3 years ago

"fritz" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Long. We'll delve into Fritz's dark work after this break. Now back to the story. At twenty one years of age Fritz Harmon was having the time of his life while serving in the German army for the second time, but things were about to change in October of nineteen o one Fritz again collapsed during a training exercise. He was hospitalized with dizzy spells and kept under observation for four months during which time doctors tried and failed to determine what was causing him to repeatedly lose consciousness Fritz suffered from fits of weakness and mental deficiency. It seems that for much of this time he was delirious unable to focus and babbling incoherently after four months Fritz was transferred to the ward for nervous disease doctors there decided that his previous diagnosis the one equivalent epilepsy had actually been dementia. Pre Cox more commonly known today as schizophrenia at the time the diagnosis dementia. Pre Cox were mostly given when patients experienced. Loss of memory and an inability to pay attention, the delusions we associate today with schizophrenia. We're not usually described until the diagnosis was broadened and renamed schizophrenia during the early twentieth century, according to the doctors Fritz dementia. Pre Cox have been cured but not before causing permanent brain damage Fritz Harmon was judged to be unfit for military service and permanently. Invalid at this point in his life for it's been described by three different doctors as possibly epileptic incurably deranged and formerly schizophrenic. It seems medical professionals didn't know what to make of its Harmon their analyses were further complicated by the uneven diagnostic criteria for mental disorders of the time. All they could agree on was that he was sick and unsuited for military service. He was discharged from the army for medical reasons again in nineteen oh two at the age of. Twenty two Fritz was livid to be back in Hanover. He felt suffocated by his engagement to earn. A but did enjoy the false appearance of normalcy at provided he had gone from a job which gave him a sense of prestige in the army back to demeaning job working for his father Ali soon after Fritz returned to Hanover. He and Ali got into a ferocious argument about Fritz's ability to work only claimed that Fritz was not mentally ill and was just acting sick. In order to avoid earning. A living the accusation particularly infuriated Fritz since his condition had forced him out of a position. He enjoyed the army the fight culminated in Ali suing Fritz for attempted blackmail and physical threats. The case was thrown out when Fritz's siblings refused to corroborate all these claims when the lawsuit was dropped Fritz started another lawsuit suing his father for knowingly making false accusations. This time for his siblings refused to back him up. Up likely wanting to keep both their brother and father out of jail, the Harman's siblings changed their stories and testified that Fritz had indeed made physical threats against Ali the threats only got more aggressive Fritz threatened to kill his father on multiple occasions. He also threatened to turn into the police for some past crime Fritz claim to know about Fritz also grew more violent his mother had passed away the previous year while Fritz was in the army, perhaps this experience rekindled a rage toward Ali that he had held onto for years or maybe all he had finally pushed for its to his breaking point, even though all Harman's case was dropped. He had demanded that Fritz undergo yet, another psychological examination in connection with the charges. The court agreed and ordered the evaluation to be carried out. It's unclear why all he asked for such an evaluation when he maintained for years that Fritz was not truly mentally ill. Nevertheless. The evaluation proceeded and once again produced a new diagnosis a psychologist named Dr Andre pronounced that though Fritz was morally inferior and of little intelligence. He was not mentally unstable with this diagnosis Fritz avoid being sent back to a mental institution relieved for its reconciled with his father the following year. Their relationship improved so much in fact that Ali lent money to Fritz and his fiancee earner to open a fish monkey where they sold fresh seafood. The business was largely run by earner and was purchased in her name Fritz got a job as an insurance salesman, but quit almost immediately. After receiving a notification from the army, though, it had been two years since he had been discharged the army officially classified for its as medically unfit to work anywhere in Germany this brought a slight increase to his army, pension, and lent. Some credibility to his previous claims that he could not. A job. But things never went for his way for long that same year earn a- once again pregnant with Fritz ze child ended their four year engagement for its who had never been the most attentive partner had been going out more often and staying out later. He used the new free time he gained from not working to assault. Young boys more frequently and commit burglaries. He all. But ignored earn except for when he needed money, the final straw came when Fritz publicly accused her of having an affair with a man named Hyneman earn kicked him out since the fish monger was in her name Fritz was left with nothing, but his small monthly military pension Fritz spiraled out he became more involved in the underworld of Hanover. He spent the next ten years in and out of jail for burglary and assault. He did take some legitimate jobs during this time, but never held onto them from nineteen o five to nineteen thirteen. He was fine. Tired repeatedly for stealing from his bosses and their customers. He also got involved in more gruesome enterprises, he met Frau ghoulish disturbed woman he met while working as a clerk for a paint manufacturer and together they sporadically robbed graves depair. Joined with ghoulish is ten year old son and formed a team of these they still paint from their bosses broke into ghoulish neighbor's apartment and burglarized. The local graveyards going so far as to pilfer segments of tombstones eventually Fritz was fired and arrested for stealing the paint. But neither he nor Frau ghoulish was ever caught robbing graves Fritz was angry and alone. He acted on his worst impulses and had no one he cared for. He had little contact with his family and seemed caught in a never ending cycle of rest and release the web to this point. None of his convictions kept him in jail for very long. That was soon to change. In nineteen thirteen at the age of thirty three Fritz was sentenced to his longest prison stint today, he was given five years in jail after police searched his home and found a trove of stolen property linking him to a string of burglaries after a decade living as a criminal destitute and directionless the extended jail time hit for its Harmon hard instead of making tempts to avoid the police or cut some kind of deal as he had done in the past. He accepted the sentence without much complaint in prison Fritz showed signs of his younger self he remained calm and cooperative throughout the long prison term in the final years of his sentence. Fritz was allowed to work as a laborer on the grounds of several nearby manor homes. The arrangement came as a result of the start of World War One. Most able bodied men were enlisted which meant labor was scarce and prisoners were recruited to pick up the slack. It galled Fritz that he couldn't join the war effort. But still he behaved himself despite his background the owners of the manors liked Fritz and even tried to get him released from prison early. Curiously though, he escaped from the asylum years earlier and his new work deal. Afforded him able opportunity to escape again. He served out the entirety of his sentence. He was released in nineteen eighteen seven months before the end of the war. After his release Fritz moved to Berlin he attempted to start a new away from his criminal past. But it seems he couldn't fight as worst inclinations for long. He abruptly went back to Hanover after a few weeks. He stayed with his sister for a short time and then moved into a small apartment in August of nineteen eighteen almost immediately upon returning to Hanover Fritz fell back into his former lifestyle Hanover station, became Fritz's base of criminal operations. He probably station late at night and became well known in the area, he solicited male sex workers and searched for young males, especially runaways and boys traveling alone who could lure back to his home. He promised the boys a place to stay or warm meal. Then once they were in his apartment for its harm lock the door and sexually assaulted them. He also made a living buying and selling stolen property. Around the station due to the poor state of Germany following World War One which Fritz said horrified him. There were plenty of opportunities to traffic stolen, commodities sugar cigarettes and other basic items became difficult to attain legally after the war and their value skyrocketed on the black market. The only thing stopping Fritz? Now was the police who occasionally patrolled the station, but the lack of resources affected law enforcement as well, Germany was forbidden from recruiting army, and the police's ability to arm themselves was extremely limited Fritz capitalized on their desperation and forged a relationship with the police as an informant with limited options, the police accepted for his assistance and used him to conduct stings he posed as a fence or buyer of stolen goods once criminals sold him stolen property for its past the identities of the sellers onto police. The police would then raid Fritz Harman's apartment confiscate the contraband and arrest the people who sold it to him to avoid suspicion Fritz was also arrested during these raids, but was turned loose afterward. Fritz Harmon also were teen Lee performed citizen's arrests at Hanover station. He detained people he deemed suspicious and travelers possession of forged identification. Documents with Fritz help the police were able to crack down on small time criminals and keep watch over Hanover's market Fritz's efforts, gradually won him, the polices. Trust eventually Fritz harm was allowed to prowl Hanover station, whenever he wanted station employees knew of his association with law enforcement, and so never questioned it when Fritz interrogated and occasionally left with young travelers in the dead of night. He now had police protection and easy access to Bonera, boys. Double-crossing his fellow criminals and pa-. Police at the same time thrilled Fritz he loved nothing more than luring people in under false pretenses and striking at them when they least expected it. He flaunted his new invincibility around the station and gradually grew more daring.

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