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Jeff Cook, Alabama Co-Founder and Guitarist, Dead at 73

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00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Jeff Cook, Alabama Co-Founder and Guitarist, Dead at 73

"Guitarist Jeff cook of the country band Alabama has died after a battle with Parkinson's disease at his home in Destin Florida according to a band representative He was 73 I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Jeff cook joined his cousin's Randy Owen and teddy gentry to form a band when they were still in high school in the state of Alabama with drummer Mark herndon they became the top country band ever Alabama's hits included feel so right love in the first degree mountain music and dozens of others They won piles of awards toured the world and in spite of all that success cook said in a 1996 AP interview there was one aspect of the business he hated I hate the video Well

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:15 min | 6 months ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Have an hour and change on a Monday night, one more guest, but still plenty of time for your phone calls. Ron is in Virginia Beach good afternoon. Paul. Hey, it is. Sir, it is a great honor to be on your show for the fourth time, sir. Thank you very much. It is our pleasure to have you here. Yes. Let's talk about SCC football because that's your channel and I respect that. But I'm a little concerned about something. Let's go back here with dabu Sweeney. He got a $93 million contract. And ever since he's got that contract, Paul, he hasn't done anything. So what I'm getting at is I'm going to ask you a question about Kirby smart and I'm not going to down the man because I think he's a class act. And he's from Georgia. And he also was the defense coordinator for Alabama and did well. But he got the a 112 1,000,000.5 contract. And I want to hear from you, what do you think, is that going to jinx unlike. These contracts are, they're just, they're all none of them really mean anything except that there's just an enormous amount of money, here's why. You have the same agent negotiating all these deals. And you know what he does, he goes to Georgia, with Kirby, and said, hey, by the way, I did next deal, and I did Jimbo's deal. And you're not going to, you just won the national championship, so you need to do this. And then as soon as he finishes with Kirby, he goes to South Carolina and tries to get Shane beamer more money, and he goes to the next guy. It's a vicious cycle, and the schools keep paying because they are, there's not a lot of great coaches out there. And it's just a circle game, not what I was intending to say, hey, thank you very much for the call. Silos is in Tennessee, good afternoon. Paul. Okay. Tab 40, article. Does it not seem a little bit like how for me pat 40s pretty much saying that since Pruitt didn't go well that us volunteer fans should feel stupid for not wanting Greg schiano. Correct you're not correct. Well, I think Greg shiana was just a convenient thing to bring up and yeah, to this day, I may not have call this out, Paul. Call him out a little bit. Of course he called you out. But in the end, I've always felt the mistake wasn't so much Gianna. That happened, it was over with an in span of about four hours, but it was the decision later after fulmer took over to hire Pruitt, who let's be honest. He's a dunce, okay? He hired Jeremy, but he hired Pruitt over Mel Tucker and Kevin Steele. Two guys who are infinitely better qualified to run a program fair, but the thing I have against 40 is, he's calling out the fan base a little bit. And here's the thing. For Pruitt, when Pruitt got hired, sure, like maybe some people were supportive of it when it happened. But we were in out there saying prove it. We want Pruitt. Let me ask you a question, though, because I was on a plane that day, and I was literally watching that unfold in real time, but can you explain why fans turned against Greg schiano once certain people started connecting him to sandusky and paternal, which turned out not to be true? Well, he said they're not true, but they're sworn testimonies that it was true. And Paul, okay, okay, let me give you this. He's on the Ohio State staff. They need an interim. He has head coaching experience from the Rutgers experience to have 40 was saying, and they still didn't take him. They think it was Luke fickle, who had no experience. They gave him the job. They wouldn't even give the interim job. And now we're supposed to feel bad that we didn't want him, come on. And plus go balls, man. I got a good feeling about this year. I don't want to make this whole phone call negative. Love your show, Paul. Love hypo go balls, but that's just my two cents. Thank you. Ken, is up next in Philadelphia. Hello Cannes. Good afternoon. Welcome to the show. Good afternoon, mister fine bomb. Thank you for taking my phone call. Thank you. I have a question about coach Pruitt. I can not understand something. He had recruiting privileges at Alabama all the time. He was considered one of the best recruiters at Alabama. This is what I've been told. I don't know that for a fact. Herbie smart, the a plus plus. And I think Phil pharma coach former a Nick sabian. And asked him, what do you think? And I think you took Nick Saban's advice. So anybody that puts all this blame on coach fulmer is I think is wrong because he really and truthfully tried to do the right thing. And what happened in Alabama? Why wasn't anything discovered at there if he was recruiting top, top, top layers? And so why wouldn't coach plummer accept him and bring him into Tennessee? Ken, I'm going to leave that to fulmer. I mean, because I'm not saying Jeremy Pruitt was a disastrous choice. Other than until it was a disaster. Of course, I remember the night he got hired. I thought of the three there were all very good. I thought the other two were slightly better. But it wasn't only that. It was Phillip stewardship of it. He didn't manage through it very well. And you know why did manage through it very well? Because Pruitt wouldn't listen to anyone. Absolutely. He thought he knew it all. And they clashed, I remember sitting with Pruitt on the set of SEC nation. I was trying to help the guy because I felt sorry for his lack of his lack of public skill. And I asked him a question, I said, you know, in terms of coach fulmer, he couldn't even answer a layup question about what he owed to Philip fulmer, because I think by then he had already turned on fulmer. That's the dirty little secret here that Jeremy got the contract extension. He thought he knew it all. And he did, because he wouldn't listen to anybody up there. There are a lot of good meaning people who tried to help him tried to educate him on common sense, moves, just in terms of communicating. And he failed at every level, and he obviously took shortcuts, which have now blown up on him, which in many ways mean he would probably never coaching college football again, which is too bad when you consider what a good coach he was, but the right call when you consider what an absolute disaster he was and how he abused everything.

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I was talking the other day to Danny shirt and who does this for a living. He's a professional analyst and among the best in the world. And he thinks the pundits have it all wrong. He's not predicting auburn to win anything, but he thinks they'll come in a little lot higher than the numbers. And I don't think there's enormous talent on that team, but you mentioned Bixby. I think that's a world class talent. A quarterback situation is in good shape. I think. And it's just a matter of then, as you go down the list and you just have to hope, I think it's a really good start. The first two games are layups and I think that's great because your season is going to ride a lot in what happens after that. I went against Penn State and then you should be able to handle the next game. I'm absolutely. And then maybe you could I mean, it's not inconceivable that auburn's undefeated going to Georgia. Well, I mean, the blessing that we have 5 home games, playing at Jordan hare is just an amazing place to play. And it's tough for the opponents. And I think Finn state is a big hurdle and if we can get past that game and then we have LSU to round up everything at home and then we get into the meat of the schedule. So I'm hopeful and I'm a big harsh and fan, I have nothing but respect for that man and what he went through with him and his family. I think he held his self well during the media days and that's why I was just asking your opinion. By the way, Bill, I agree with you. I saw class while the university showed, well, it rhymes with class. Let's take a break. More to come right after this. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. And we

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:36 min | 6 months ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You were here in Dan is in Georgia. Hey, Dan. Good afternoon. Hey, Paul. How are you? Very well. I wanted to compliment on how you interviewed Noah last Friday because I'm in the I deal with people that are in wheelchairs and have for in excess of 25 years. And the knows of the world, they just want a chance. They don't, you know, and it's not the people or me you don't know what challenges they face. And he just wants an opportunity. He's not a pity party guy. He's eliminate guy. You could see he's happy and he's upbeat. But yeah, he won't see opportunity to get in the camera. And you talk to him like you talk to anybody else, which is why I try to deal with these folks. I mean, you're respectful, but you have to joke around a little bit and kind of make him one of the boys. Dan, I appreciate your call because I really enjoyed the conversation. And I think I'll never forget as long as I live the expression that Cali, who was next to him in watching, had because she was enjoying it more than anybody. And I just fed off of that and you know, you know it because you don't really know where to go, but this young man isn't here talking about his disabilities, talking about how to make it better for others. Yeah, and I will say at auburn auburn has a pretty good assistive technology program. I'm familiar with it. I've been to some conferences down there. They're good folks. Well, I'm glad you said that, and I so appreciate our people here. Jamari and Danny, working to get and Hannah, who really was at the Vanguard of us doing this a couple of years ago, getting the young people because I just know when I was that age, and I was these people, how intimidated and I was of anyone who had a real job, let alone the opportunity to go on a program that could be seen and heard by a few people. So I know that was not exactly what you were asking. Let me ask you what you do. I'm particularly interested in your work. If we're not going upstairs, if somebody is in a wheelchair and the family is physically lifting them, they're taking them from the bed to the chair to the bathroom. We'll put a motor in a track on the seal and then it's kind of like going to the dry cleaners to ship people in it. Okay. That's very interesting. You know, to make it to get it, it's a lot more involved than that, but in simple layman's terms. So it's just kind of how it is. Okay. Well, thank you for sharing that, Dan, and thank you for commenting on what you did. And we told no that we would probably be an auburn in the front half of the season. And we want to see him again and Callie down there. Thank you very much. Let's continue JD is in New York. Good afternoon. Good afternoon, Paul. Can't believe I got through. Well, we're glad you did. I tell you. You know, you're taking a two week vacation. I was in serious withdrawal and it was very hard for me. Calling you from New York, but I really live in Florida. And I know New York City somewhere or that area. Yeah, in fact, I was there during that hiatus. So one of the places I always get are thrilled to, when I'm back in New York, helping my daughter move into her apartment and I'm not sure what's going on with New Yorkers, but it's a fourth full she's in the fourth floor, they say. Okay. Well, that took four flights of stairs up here. Someone's lying. After that first flight, I look up and it says apartment one B one a and all that and I said, wait a second. And without an elevator, I mean, they're kind of killing it. By the way, this is just my New York ease in me. What part of the city is she in? Upper west side, just a block south of the museum of natural history and a block of Central Park. Walk past it a couple weeks ago. I know exactly where to what you're talking about. Yeah. Anyways, I want to talk about the gauges this year. I absolutely have no idea what they're going to do. If they beat Utah, who knows, maybe they could go to tenant to this year, but if they lose, it could be a 6 and 6, 5 and 7 year and the big unknown is the coach really a great coach or is he a great coach and a minor league. And I think of Mac OA, great coach in the minor leagues, but come up to the majors and just wasn't quite cut out for it. So I'm wondering are the rest of the coach is going to be stealing the lunch money from our coach this year. JD, the answer is nobody knows. I think he comes in with better credentials than macro Wayne. I think macro Wayne was living off of his Sabin connection where Napier, I think, he got this job, not because of Nick Saban, but because of what he's done in Lafayette, but the schedule is a real issue. I mean, I think Florida is probably the most difficult school to analyze. And I know that there's a lot of optimism, but there's always a lot of optimism about Florida, no matter what. And I mean, the first game is not the entire season, but I think the second game could be. If you lose the first game, and then suddenly you're zero two and you're staring at a trip to Knoxville in a couple of weeks, which could really just burst your bubble. Thanks for the call and be careful about those stairs in the city. Let's check out Bill, who is in Florida, good afternoon. Hey Paul, good day. I speak with you a long time listener first time caller. Big auburn fan living here in Gainesville, Florida. So that's a little tough. That is unusual. Just a couple of questions. Brian Harrison coming into his second year at auburn, I think everybody knows what he went through with his first year with all the trustees and all that. Part of my friends crap that he had to go through. But the expectations from what I'm understanding is everybody's taking us from right above Vanderbilt. I just see us doing a lot better, wanted to wanted to get your opinion on what you think our season might be like, what the players that we have would take Disney and the rest of the guys that are coming back. What do you think do you think our expectations are above or what are your thoughts?

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:05 min | 6 months ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And saving steps down, that gabo might be the next cultural Alabama? Scott, I don't. Now, right now I don't know, sometimes it entirely depends on who is in charge at Alabama and where we are. I mean, dabo could certainly, he doesn't need to ever really do anything else, but let's say he gets on another role like he was a couple of years ago and maybe he wants a new frontier, but as of today. And that's all I can base this on. I don't think he would be the replacement for Sabin. Thank you very, very much. Let's continue. Ed is in North Carolina. Ed? Hey, Paul, how are you? We are doing great. Thank you. Thank you. Listen, I was listening to what you and gentry had to say. One of the things that wasn't brought up that needs to be brought up when all this started with Tennessee is that they gave a 13 scholarship positions immediately. Right. When all this came out and no one really has talked about that, we're really giving an opinion on what they think is going to happen. True. Yeah, yeah, I mean, you're right. And I think they've taken, I don't know, because I don't follow Tennessee on a minute to minute basis, but it's pretty well known. They've taken some other preemptive measures to try to lessen the blow. They didn't take the bowl game, which I think was smart. But I do think they have curtailed visits, scholarships, a lot of things that smart schools do in trying to avoid the penalty. Yeah, and that's why I think I don't think it's going to be that bad form. Something's got to happen, obviously, but you still have some people there that were involved with this in the administration. But you know, to penalize a team and a new coach, I just don't see that to be right. Personally. Well, thank you very, very much. Thank you so much. Let's continue Chris is in Jonesboro. Hello Chris. Yes, sir. How are you doing, mister famo? We're doing great. Well, my question is, what do you think about Arkansas being an overload in the SEC is being in third place? It seems like the media is not talking about them as much. Well, I think there's a sense that Arkansas schedule is going to do them in and I frankly think it comes down to one game and that's the Texas a and M game because if you're being objective, if you think Arkansas is going to beat Texas a and M, you would rank Arkansas probably ahead of Texas a and M if in doing the polling. Well, last year, Arkansas did the Texas a and M and came within a few points of beaten Alabama. So there should be some optimism over the program. Yeah, well, there should be. I agree with you on that, but for whatever reason, I don't know. I think Arkansas has the most difficult schedule in the SEC. And I'm not even talking about the Cincinnati game. I mean, that's a set of words that would probably get me called into HR. That's a very difficult game. But I think the BYU game I don't know the details I'm assuming that's Jeff long's leftover goods, but there's no one in the right mind which schedule a game like that in the middle of the season. Nobody. And by the way, mister state did that a couple of years ago, but I don't remember who the athletic director was who did it, but you don't do that. I mean, that is a painful trip. It's difficult. We are long past the days of, I think that was a Friday night game. It doesn't matter what time you played the game. It's not worth playing. It's a difficult opponent. An impossible trip and you don't schedule games like that in the middle of the season. You really don't like doing it at the beginning of the season, but at least if it's the first game, you can find a way to get over it with a cream puff the next week. We are coming back much more to come in our final 90 minutes. What a show it's been. We're back after this. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. And welcome back. We're glad you were here in Dan is in Georgia. Hey, Dan. Good afternoon. Hey, Paul. How are you? Very well. I wanted to compliment

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:42 min | 6 months ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I mean, he would be excited. Well, 5 minutes would be an exaggeration. It would be in 5 seconds. Absolutely. And so I think this hanging over him is clearly a problem that I don't think is going to be going away anytime soon. And I understand from the perspective of Tennessee, you're talking about a coach who had a terrible final season and I think he was probably not very popular inside the building. And somebody they probably wanted to part ways with and they had a way to do it. So, is anybody talk to? I don't remember the guy's name, but he made a lot of noise, some lawyer and Knoxville who was threatening scorched earth on the university of Tennessee. He even heard from no, and it's a good question. I'm pretty sure that's the same attorney who represented the coach of Kansas. Who had a scenario in which he ended they were able to bring a case and say that his firing had a lot to do with finding a way around a buyout and that they were trying to draw some parallels. Now I don't know if that would necessarily hold up as well in this instance. Say what you want about how wise Tennessee was to kind of tell on themselves from the start here the way they did, it may not have been the most effective strategy in avoiding expansion. But it wasn't effective strategy, I think. And probably making sure they don't have to pay that buyout. And finally, Philip fulmer, who has streets named after him, is the last Tennessee coach to international championship. Who looked like this was going to be a long-term job where everyone was going to love on him and toast him for all of his accomplishments. He was clearly pushed out. I mean, it was awkward and painful to watch for those of us who have always respected him. I'm not saying he's going to be marched through town with a scarlet letter, but what do you think the legacy of Phil fulmer is going to be and how is this ugly incident changed him? Because he did for whatever reason inexplicably, as it may have been, give Jeremy Pruitt a contract extension in the midst of a rather terrible tenure. He did it right before that 2020 season and it's funny you bring that up because, yeah, he certainly deserves the blame for that, but a lot of the administration that's still in the ox will sign off on that too. And I think in terms of his legacy, honestly, Paul from what I detect, I don't think it's impacted it as much as you might think. Given how ugly that whole situation was, you go to basketball games, at Tennessee now, Philip former still there. He's still very much a presence around the university around the athletic department, now he's not obviously not making decisions. I think things have changed significantly with an AD and Danny white who's come in and been a strong presence on his own. And I think it's has worked to try to change quite a few things over there. But at the same time, I think solar farmer will always be someone who is greatly respected and welcomed around Tennessee. I've seen nothing since then that would suggest otherwise despite how poorly the end was. Yes, it's amazing what winning will do in the platform of college athletics. It tends to make us forget pretty much everything. We both have seen that way too many times. Well, gentry, thank you. I think you're right, by the way. I don't think this is going to be a big deal. And we'll probably find out the final disposition of the NCAA case probably in about 20, 35. Exactly. No, you don't hold your breath, you know? Great to have you on. Gentry had to ask this. From the Tennessee and always a great guest. And we are just mowing through the program right now. We're not done yet. We hope you'll stick around. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. We welcome all of you back, great to have you with us here and what an interesting program has been. Let's check in with Scott. Next in New Orleans. Hey Scott. Hey, Scott, from North Carolina. Well, great. Thank you, Scott. Good afternoon. How are you doing, bob? Scott. We're doing great. I hope everybody's staying safe. And it does help me. Well, thank you. That's nice of you to say. Question for you today and I'll watch your show every day religiously. My wife comes from home and going, why are you watching this? It's what I watch. My question for you is. With Davos sui and Clinton. Now, I'm not a Clinton fan. I am a gamecock. But I'm a sports fan. What? As gabo done for what seems to be, you just to bash him and Clinton. Scott, dabble hasn't done anything. I knew him pretty well. And I know this may surprise you a little bit, but I've always liked dabo and known him since he was a walk on at Alabama. We talk occasionally, in fact, he called me about a year ago about something that he didn't like, but we had a good conversation and it ended amicably. So I would argue that I don't dislike him or hate him. Clemson, I have a little fun with. That's been a standing joke on the show. You should know that. That's right. Yes. But I will tell you this, Scott, of the many coaches that I know, and that would obviously include quite a few, some better than others. Dabble would be pretty high on my list of people that I like. So it may not always seem that way because we've gotten to do a couple of public skirmishes, but that's more for entertainment than for terrible personal feelings. Do you believe that when the time comes

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:13 min | 6 months ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"From all of you back, it's great to have you with us on the second half of the show. We mentioned the Jeremy pro situation pat 40 joined us about two hours ago. With some scathing comments about Jeremy Pruitt, as well as what could or could not happen in this NCAA investigation. Different perspective now from gentry estes who covers the entire sports scene both in Nashville and across the state. Saying, well, serious, the idea that serious sanctions could happen are probably a thing of the past. Gentry, thank you. We've had many conversations over the years looking forward to this one very much. So give us your thoughts. First of all, on what we learned Friday in the release by the university. A so we find out that there were 18 alleged violations. I mean, obviously that's a lot. I think you knew this has been out there since January of last year when Tennessee first fired Jeremy Pruitt, they held a press conference saying how serious these violations were. I said kind of from that point, you're not going to be able to walk that back. I think it was in the interest of perhaps trying to get out of a $12.6 million buyout that that case was being made. But I think we saw with the notice of allegations that these 18 level one violations, that's serious. That's enough to probably get Tennessee out of that buyout. I would think, given the language of the contract, it's going to be awfully hard for Jeremy Pruitt to get his money. Now, having said that, and Tennessee broke broke the rules, they broke the rules then, they broke what would be the rules now. No getting out of that. They'll be punished for it. But when you really looked at what they're accused of doing here, it felt and I wrote this, it felt like sorting through a time capsule a little bit. It's a relic in the NIL era in the NIL future. That they're accused basically in the 18 violations is a total of about $60,000. Now compare that, you would have to multiply that 210 times to get to the $12.6 million buyout. And you're also now contrasting that with $1 million NIL deals that are going to be out there for recruits. It's fascinating to me to see how these things are going to be judged by the infractions committee in by the standard currently of NIL. Now, I understand what Tennessee is accused of doing. And what Jeremy proof accused of doing would not be legal even under the current setup, but at the same time, you're talking about a coach who may not ever get another college job. Because of this sort of thing, over 60 grand, and there were some things in there, Paul, living expenses, medical bills, paying rent, car payments, I mean, they're not out there doing anything, particularly egregious, at least according to what was in that notice of allegation. So you kind of look at that and you say, well, you know, okay. It's against the rules. They're going to have an infractions case. They deserve to have one. But let's have some common sense here. And I think what NIL has allowed us to be able to do is to have some common sense on this kind of things when you're talking about people getting financial help who, in a lot of cases, probably needed it. Well, that's an interesting thing you said there. I'm sure they did. And I'm sure young people until NIL deserved a lot more, but we both know you can't rationalize it though that way. That's never at least to my knowledge going to work when you're arguing a case in front of the NCAA. Certainly not. And I think what Tennessee did here, they cooperated. And I haven't agreed with that strategy from the start. I think you would love to think that the NCAA would take that into account and maybe they will. But maybe they won't. They tend to make things up as they go along as Pete Tamil said to you. And I think, you know, basically one of the shorter ways to put your make yourself vulnerable with NCA infractions in this day and age is to hand them a knife and then turn around and walk away so they can stab you in the back with it. And I think that's kind of what Tennessee did here. They cooperated. Tell me this. Gentry, tell me this because I know that was I think you could take any side you wanted when we heard that first news conference. And we all know it was about 12 and a half $1 million, but do you think that will help their case significantly significantly with the NCAA? Because they are really an undependable organization and they love to say what they did Friday the university was extremely cooperative. By the way, I've read that before and they still get hammered. No doubt. But in this case, you almost have to think with the changing wind of the NCAA. We don't even know if the NCAA is an organization any longer. There's no real proof of it based on the leadership of Mark emirate. What's the capabilities are? Well, I think with the emergence of NIL, you wonder, I think that was a move. And you could go any number of directions of whether NIL is a good thing for college sports. I know what coaches say. I know what administrators would say. I personally have believed it was a good thing for no other reason, but in the hypocrisy of having to be so appalled at a college athlete getting a few $100. For years and years, this was considered just so scandalous. And I think the hypocrisy of that is going away in the current era, but what you have is you still have these lingering cases like what Tennessee has where you got the NCAA and the fractions committee is going to have to decide does the current standard is it will it be affected by what's the changes that are made or are we going to hold everybody to letter the law before? This isn't the only. There are several of the FBI basketball investigation. A lot of that stuff is still out there too. And I think it's a big question of how lenient are you given the fact that the landscape has changed so much. And I just think when you look at what Tennessee did, it, it's just not as scandalous in the current climate as it would have been before. Now I'm not saying they shouldn't be punished. They didn't break the rules. They did. And Jeremy Pruitt certainly paid the price for that, a lot of his coaches paid the price for that. But it's one of the tangents here and their NIL is to say how that affects infractions process when you're going to have recruits who are coming in making exponentially more than $60,000. A couple of other questions you enter, would you agree the Jeremy Pruitt has done for at least a considerable period of time in college coaching? I think so. I think this is the kind of case that will probably result in some sort of show cause. Now I don't know that. Again, good luck for any of us predicting what the NCA is going to do from a fraction standpoint. But I think yes, I think you'll probably receive some kind of show cause and he coached this last season in the NFL and I tend to think that's probably probably what will continue to be. For a number of various things about him being on staffs helping here. Do we know where he is and what he's doing? I don't think he is anywhere now. I could be, I guess I could be wrong on that, but I don't think so. And look, let's be honest, if this wasn't hanging over his head, how long do you think it would take a Nick Saban or a Kirby smart to bring him in as an analyst?

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Young, Hunter lead Hawks to 132-103 play-in rout of Hornets

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Young, Hunter lead Hawks to 132-103 play-in rout of Hornets

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With Vogel out, who will fill Lakers' coaching void?

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

With Vogel out, who will fill Lakers' coaching void?

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"gentry" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"How did you get out of that of that That of low point. Let's say well. I think you're absolutely right. I think that having outside contacts and a life outside of grad school is so important. And it i mean it just never happened for me. I was very social person in grad school. We you know. My cohort was very social with each other. But i think there's a point at which you just have to have people outside of that world you have to for perspective if nothing else and it's really hard. Yeah of course. It's hard to do to grad school. Where where are you going to look for people you know. What are you going to do go to play. And then like just introduce yourself to the person you're sitting next to you know unless you it almost requires i think you have to maybe look activities or look for something some kind of group classes or something to meet someone but usually you're so busy and tied up in your own work. You don't feel like there's room for that for me. Moving to austin was really the thing. Because i had a ready made. I mean my family is in texas. I it's my old familiar places. I was excited to be there and everywhere i turn. There's a you know either a familiar face or the promise of one And good memories just memories of a time. When i was a person who did not care about this stuff that was consuming me in grad school. So i mean. I think it's i think there are a lot of things wrapped up in this but one of the things is that that people talk a lot about and i think it's true. Is that when you're in grad school. There is not a lot of Credence given to the world outside. You know the idea is that this is the most important thing..

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"gentry" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"I'm really happy to have you on the show. And i really want to talk about your journey and how it led to your writing career into your latest book. Bad habits that is a thriller set in kind of a parallel universe to the one you experience going through grad school. Yeah that is often the way. I talk about the book because it's set in a program somewhat similar in certain ways to the one that i went through but The plot of the book is about a character named mac We meet mac when she's at the top of her game. She's professor as sort of newly minted professor rising quickly in the ranks not yet having tenure but Soaring to the top and She's just keynote at a big conference when she runs into her old friend unexpectedly in the hotel. Lobby and gwen whitney as we soon find out was her sort of Best friend growing up and they were in the program together the graduate program and something has happened in they have become estranged and we don't know what so when she meets gwen. This immediately takes her back to this territory. She might rather have forgotten and she spends a the course of the book. Trying to ascertain whether gwen knows what really happened together when they were in the program. And we do that through flashbacks. So we see her. Most of the takes place in that graduate program where we see how catastrophe strikes. Okay okay and and so. It's it's a traveled back to grad school to or it. It sort of goes back. It starts back with my ex childhood. Actually we it's a it gives you kind of the background on her family and how she came to meet gwen and sort of she comes from matt comes from a harder. Hardscrabble background a working class background where graduate school would be very distant from her goals and gwen sort of enters her life in her high school years and is the sort of glamorous from a cultured and refined family. She has money. she's beautiful and she is extremely smart and always seems to know where you know. The best place to go is so because of her. You know max life changes and she fixes all her aspirations of getting out onto this one friend and sort of ends up working really hard to change herself and become someone who can get into this kind of top program so by the time they get into this program together they have a lot of history already but they get their sort of ripe for intrigue. I guess especially. Mac who's really vulnerable to the cult of personality professors to the manipulation and visser backstabbing and You know Extreme ambition part of the book is watching how that happens And yeah and and i think of it as a making of a bill in story I loved villains. That doesn't give too much way. But i think very quickly you start to see that mac. Although from hopefully understandable motives begins behaving very badly in this environment. Okay son super super interesting. We're going to get back to two elements of the book In our conversation. Now we've been talking about mac now. Talks about amy gentry so pc in english and now You're writing. You're you're doing book reviews..

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"gentry" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Make yourself comfortable if your regular thank you for being here for another conversation about the phd this week. On papa phd. I'm discussing a fictional book. Three set within academia with author any entry in our conversation. I talked with amy about her personal experience. Going through a phd in the humanities and about what aspects of that experience inspired her to write bad habits. You talk about the preparation for for different paths. That are not academic in grad school. And i would say in humanities phd programs until very very recently since i left even There was nothing because there just aren't it's not like there are job postings for people with with english phd's job postings for people with english phd's are english professor. That's it no one else wants you to have I mean at best. They don't care one way or the other but it often seems to count almost as a detriment and the humanities because people think while you're over educated you don't really want to be here And i think that's you know. Changing now i mean i had a professor at university of chicago who has really been working with people at at the university of chicago to make sure that there's career counseling for people coming out of those types of graduate program. So i know there is change happening at the same time. I think it's really hard to argue that a hd is actually necessary for any of those paths by the time. Someone has come six years through a program that has battered them financially and emotionally almost certainly hoping to be a professor at the end and then find out at the end that there's no there's no ring there's no there's nothing to grab there because the jobs just aren't there i mean yeah i mean by that point see career. Counseling is triage. Like you're picking someone up off the floor. Welcome to a beach. Deal with david mendez. The podcast where we explore careers and life after grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules. Get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of papa. Phd welcome to this week's episode of papa phd today. I have the pleasure of having with me amy. gentry amy. Gentry is the author of good as gone a new york times notable book last woman standing and bad habits. She's also a book reviewer and essayist whose work has appeared in numerous outlets including the chicago tribune salon. The paris review los angeles review of books. And the austin chronicle. She holds a phd in english from the university of chicago and lives in austin texas. Welcome to up hd. Thank you so much. david. I'm happy to be here..

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"gentry" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Something that you've done that so great nice i say right and i think that He sharing vulnerably with us. And i mean that to me adds to when i was running the elite level i would i remember running through the streets of england and i remember just being in a temporary and for some reason we had to run post past or maybe it was on a long run and i was trying to finish. I think that's what it was costing one of the like know busy streets but it was definitely like what they call a b. riot and i just ran across and my husband was on my bike next to me and he was like. What are you doing like they don't care if you're running a workout or not like you need to like be safe here and pay attention like now. I let my split stroke. Like i was so like obsessed with like not having like you said a blip that i have running in front of like traffic because i was like no i got let my splits and it so yeah we need to get away from that and yeah even more so commenting it. Yeah yeah it's really token. I think ice I said this morning we we when my partner and i did a long run longer run last night heavy heat and we were both a bit like this morning so we just stepped out for twenty minutes shakeout before the date started to get the blood pumping and Just haven't picked up devious than what was. My watchers was tied as my body was. I guess it just didn't pick it up and it was telling me that we were running like nine thirteen miles and i joked i was like man. I'm gonna have a lot of people on follow me on strada and my boyfriend was like. Hey because you tell the people not to care about that. Yes but he. I stopped my run at he uploaded. He just watched as i did and it had had that thought in my mind even me today like ooh that i wasn't running at nine. Thirteen months want people to think it. Then i just thought. Why do i care i moved. I went out. I didn't go out this morning for a run to show my straw. Follow as i can. I went out because both of my mind needed it. So actually who says if i were running ten twelve six seven minute miles and running. I appreciate you recognizing that so and for anyone listening is your is your pay stutz that still fos pace for an average person. So veep in mind. The relativity hit that y- backs is running at the elite level. Or thank you so much for joining me today. I appreciate you so much Tell people where they can find. you know. obviously you've mentioned pelivan a few times. How they can find you there but where else they can go find you so the instagram at bex gentry and you can find my classes on the one peleton app or on hardware or online and yeah. You might catch me at some racist who knows but his teammates being such offensive to talk to you and too expensive time thinking about our uk past a us futures of presents. Thank you very much the invitation to be here today before we end this upside. I just wanna take a moment to shouts out my podcast editor. Jeremy nestle who has done such a wonderful job of looking after my podcasts. Taking out with mishaps in the episodes while still keeping in the vulnerability and the realness in the ruins of the compensation. This is not one of those podcasts. Where i take out the the the the sometimes the delay in words because i think it's very important to keep that authenticity was surrounded by affected and manicured everything and i think is really important. The running real stays that way. So thank you. Jeremy for your work. Also thank marie of august and amber moore who also of my team. They've been a big Of this community and me being able to build this brand so just want to give them a shout out to all right. Let's get right back to the end of this episode. Thank you who beck's for her honesty vulnerability and just that. She showed in the episode. I really appreciate her. And i appreciate you as a listener. Thank you for joining me today. I am loving hearing that you are enjoying these episodes and those of you who say how you appreciate. The fact that these interviews are different to other shows illicitties. Thank you wanna take him over to thank our sponsors for today. Athletic greens can get a one year. Free supply of vitamin d. Five travel packs bonus by going to athletic breen's dot com slash. Tina that is a special offer that is available for those of you in the us. As well as many parts of europe and also canada. You can get the same deal all across the board that i want to also thank picky bars for sponsoring this episode. You can get twenty percents off your order or an extra bonus percentage of if you sign up for the picky club by going to peaky baas dot com slash tina and finally to gooda. I wanna thank good if a sponsoring and you can get fifteen percents off your entire order by going to g. o. d. r. dot com slash tina. And that will get you fifteen percent of your order you can go check out some of my favorite items and yeah thank you so much too. Good for sponsoring this episode. I will see you monday for another together. Run and have a wonderful weekend my friends..

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"gentry" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"Hell. My friends will work episode. Two hundred and sixty one of the rain for a podcast. Thank you for joining me today if this is your first episode. Welcome to the show. We pride ourselves on being different here. Compared to every other running 'cause in that we dive into different things we just hit to cover the basic running workouts and things e invest shoes to where we love to dive deeper. Going into the person behind the runner that you see and today is no exception. If you are on episode two hundred sixty one or your regular listener you know that i really pride myself on thinking differently with my guests and what i can ask them about. I really love to think in a unique way. And i think today's episode is another great example of that. I think you're gonna get to see a different side of my guest today. That maybe you haven't seen before so today. I am excited to welcome. Beck's gentry to the show. Now you may have heard of back. She is one of the better known. Peleton instructors she is a uk athlete. She recently run in the great britain martha trials. And you're gonna hear that. not only. Did that go well. But it was a massive pr for her and then she's also talking about you know thinking about the future. She is in her mid thirties. And what does that mean. I think this is a great conversation to have. And i really appreciate the vulnerability that she showed in this episode so looking to give away anymore. We're going to get to know beck's throughout this episode. But i just wanted to take a moment to thank you for that. 'cause it's made it a very special interview and i really enjoyed it and i think you will too so we'll just take a moment to thank one of our sponsors will be right to the episode with beck's gentry. I've been travelling recently. Took my family to austin for a week to just get away because someone different and exploring the city. Do you know what i did. I think every morning my greens. When i was in new york with maria she noticed every day got out my greens. It was ways. How i stopped by day is always how i start my day at home with seventy five vitamins. Minerals whole foods ingredients to help fill those nutritional gaps diet. One scoop is going to give you the potent daily support for energy got health immunity recovery. Nsf certified the sports and they have an obsessive formulation that is trusted by pro athletes and health experts. Now you can get a one year free supply of vitamin d plus five free travel packs your subscription by going to athletic greens dot com slash. Tina some money a sixty day money back guarantee and it's just great to have all the servings of everything that you need all those supplements that you might be taking put in place to the coffee body for healthy aging municipal everyday gut. Health sustained energy improved recovery and brain and memory support. Now i am not kidding when i say a drink this every single day it is a con. Imagine my life without it. I get it from my family. I get it from my friends. I try and get as many people to connect with other teams as i can because everyone that tries it loves it. I recommend putting it in an ice cold water filling it all the way to the top of the shaker. And just you can thank me later. Does what i will say. Thank you so much faculty. Greens guy athletic. Greens dot com. Such tina to go. Check out this special offer. Beck's thank you so much for joining me today on the running for qassem excited to have you here. Thank you so much for having me. This is going to be very fun conversation. Yeah i'm excited and this is to come out in a few weeks time. Today is today just found out. I found out that my trip to the uk is pretty much dead in the water. So i feel like this is going to be the next best thing for me to talk to another person today. Say especially in other transplant. Who wanted to stand out few how it goes in the how hard it is to get to from the uk the us however you did do it a little bit jealous of you that you managed it for us. I i did. But i got stuck. I wasn't allowed back. Yeah yeah that was A two week delay where to over two weeks after they trials that i wasn't allowed to come hang all right okay. Well i'm sorry the heine solace that like if i had tried to do it then maybe it would have been a stress stress but for years it was well worth it because of what happened. Which we're going to go to now. I've just said that that you from the uk of es from your accent and just saying that You will say like me live in the us. i would love to star. You were runner. All through concord high school or secondary school week also played lacrosse. Which by the way. I didn't know people played lacrosse in england. I literally had never had that. Until i saw you did and i would actually love to begin with the fact that i've talked to in the past about how the u k system running is very different and you and i may. Well have competed against one another she. I think you might be younger than me now. You're thirty five right yet. A you are a little bit older. The may but we may have competed together at the same time young. And you know it's very different to the us. In terms of utah you join. A club is primarily through club. You work with your club you meet in the evenings you train. You drive yourself races apart from the occasional one and then you went to university over there in the uk as well. I would love to hear now that you've been here awhile as ever been any part of you that wish. Maybe if i'd gone to university in the us things would have been different because Serious hair and running is allowed to If you have a sport you're allowed to thrive in it and really see what you can do absolutely. Oh my gosh yeah. I've had this thought a lot especially my partners from the.

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Lesbian Love and Coded Diaries: The Remarkable Story of Anne Lister

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Lesbian Love and Coded Diaries: The Remarkable Story of Anne Lister

"Seventeen. Ninety one in halifax england. Her family was part of the minor gentry and parents believed and should be formerly educated. An unusual thing for women at the time so an was sent to boarding school and was both intelligent and rebellious. While at school and began keeping a diary it was a habit. She would maintain for the rest of her life at school. She also had her first sexual experience with another female student named elisa rain when writing about their relationship and began using code to ensure hurt lesbianism would remain a secret even in the pages of her journal though she started with a simple code to censor explicitly. Romantic actions and cypher would soon evolve to use zodiac symbols random letters and calligraphy to shroud her entries in secrecy from a young age and refused to dress or act. According to society's rules for girls like her account say she wore so called masculine clothes and she engaged in activities usually reserved for men including traveling and managing her own estate. in nineteenth century. Britain homosexual acts were illegal sexual relationships between women were seemingly not part of the conversation and were not called out in the legislation. Barring men from sexual acts with other men it was common for unmarried. Wealthy white women like ann to be close with other women. These relationships were called romantic friendships. And were even encouraged as a way for young women to prevent premarital scandal with men as long as they weren't explicitly sexual and relationships with women were considered perfectly normal but according to her diaries and wasn't exactly secretive about her intentions with these women ends diaries into picture of tumultuous love life. After

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NBA Rumors: Pelicans Plan to Hire Former Sixer Willie Green as Head Coach

Zach Gelb Show

00:59 min | 1 year ago

NBA Rumors: Pelicans Plan to Hire Former Sixer Willie Green as Head Coach

"Head coach of the New Orleans Pelicans. So David Griffin has his next man to lead Zion Williamson. Last year. It was Stan Van Gundy the year before that it was Alvin Gentry. It's just now going to be the third head coach that Zion Williamson is going to have his third year in the league. Now, when you look at Willie Green Clearly has an extensive basketball background was in Philly, the Hornets in New Orleans. Atlanta. Play with the Clippers was with Orlando as a player the last few years, though, because just because you're a former player doesn't mean that you're going to be a great coach. You want to see what experience? Yes. Sometimes guys have a lot of experience. Sometimes guys have no experience. Willie Green was on the Golden State Warriors staff 2016 2019. And Is on the sun staff, too. Currently So this is someone That has been around the league now for a while. And Yeah. I don't know how

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"After the listening to paul finebaum show podcast. We're back in. Mark is up next as we continue with phone calls here on a busy busy friday afternoon. Hey mark hey. How're you doing. Finebaum weird doing great. Thank you wonderful. I'm a first time caller. I just want you to know. I enjoy your program. Thank you very much die hard. You're welcome. I'm a diehard michigan wolverine. Fan and i know i know i know. I live here in alabama to that is. That's pretty amazing that's crazy. Hey you know. I i watch the games. I was the only person sitting in a bar when alabama done whooped up on us in in Over at dallas. Stadium texas stadium. Oh yeah i remember that it was. It was yeah. It was hard but You know i. I'm learning a lot about this. Then i al thing but listening to your program and i just kinda wanted to bring up the fab five. Think about what those kids could have made. You know more than they already well. Yeah yeah exactly. I mean it routes look. It ruined the program for ten years. You know i become friends with j. Jalen rose and i mean i'm to the point where i'm i'm tired of him. Defending what happened back then. Yeah you know i. I watched the thirty for thirty thing that they did on. Espn right. 'cause jalen rose my favorite player Back then You know and i. I kind of understand it because these kids have nothing. I mean granted. They are given a lot by the university. But you know to wanna take your has some walking around money. I you know i. You always have to put yourself in the shoes of somebody that age. Yes sir you know i. I was his age at that time. And you know. I had to have a job too so i had walking around money so i could by myself shoes or take my girlfriend out out to a movie or dinner you know and you know i don't i don't think it's i don't think it will hurt. The you know college college sports. I at least i hope it don't You know i'm kind of excited to see where it goes and what kind of opportunities that does open up to these these these kids that are you know athletes coming in and you know i just you know i don't i don't see how it could hurt but it could you know i don't you know i i don't do. Initially it's an exciting situation but the pro we. Nobody knows really where it's going. And i think that's the most interesting part of it and until we can figure that freidan in my my biggest concern is that it's just going to escalate rampant cheating. And everyone's gonna shrug their shoulders and those who can figure out how to beat the system. The best will be successful. Yeah there there's rampant cheating already know. There's no question there's at least now. There are policemen out there who just the other way We're essentially college. Athletics with no policemen. Yeah yes we are. You know. I i i liked the idea because you know the the fab five. They made the university of michigan's just a a ton of money. you know. And they were using their you know their their their names and likenesses you know in in in god knows how much money like you made off at that point in time to you know in you know jalen kind of said it. Best in that Thing that they did you know he's like hey you know. All these people are making money off me. Where's my we'll look at it now. Here's john rosalyn. The most prominent figures in the media. His teammate is coaching the team. It's it's pretty remarkable. You know thirty years later. i'll love. I love john howard. I thought that was a great hire by the university of michigan To come in there and take over for line and I just. I like the direction the basketball programs going i. I'm hoping i'm hoping they can get the football program back. Because i listened to the show you did or you did and Talking about The what was it kinda like college. Dynasties in You know that one guy he was he was having a tough time. You know including michigan than that. And you know i kind of understood that too because what the last past ten years we. We've really kinda tanked it with you. Know the hiring of certain coaches. And i thought it was a great decision to hire jim harbaugh and but but i don't you know people think i i hate harbor. I don't i don't hate harbor at all i. I was a big fan of his. I just think he's sometimes you can just be somewhere and and and not work out. And that's exactly. What i think is happening right now. Yeah sticking with him yeah. I agree with that too because for some reason the kids don't seem to want to stay and they don't seem to wanna play. I mean michigan should thanks for the call. Michigan's should take nothing. Backseat to anyone. hate to run. We're running right into the top of the hour. Christine brennan longtime columnist and commentator will. Join us in a minute. We'll talk a little bit about this. We'll look ahead to the olympics which start two weeks from now and also continue with more of your calls in the final hour..

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"My point is like okay but they don't understand if i quit listening to talk show radio talk show or quit watching collegiate gangs. Where does the money come from. It comes from damn people like les l. You're you're right. I mean ultimately the biggest the biggest revenue in college. Athletics is television money. And then we'll take a ticket. Tickets are important but it's all about. I mean that's where that's where the hundreds of millions of dollars billions of dollars. Come from will that the fan. You don't now. i totally agree with you. Need both you need people at home watching but you also need people to go to the games. Oh absolutely and i do that. But what i'm saying is there is a anyone. They're heading down a path now. I don't know there's don't come back. Matter of fact i predict in two years. They'll be all fade. Will live unionized. And that's what. I was talking to somebody who said that. We're not far from where it was. Yesterday was a lawyer down in florida. He said we're not far from this happening in high school. That's all i'm saying just goes on and on and i i don't know i mean i'm too old way to anyone anyway. I appreciate you listen to my concerns but other than that. It was hard to hear from you. Well thank you very much. Yeah there's there's a lot of negativity about this today And we have not heard this until now much of it. Jared is up next. Hey jared hey paul how are you. We're doing well. Thank you Yeah the whole nfl stuff you know. College is for over. One hundred years made money off these players and a lot of these players especially nowadays. You know they come from a lot of four families. Would it not be better for the players. Not play better. If they know that they're taking care of and maybe their families you know getting taken care of a little bit. I think if you if you if you go to play college. Athletics athletics You're playing for a lot of reasons. but especially if you're good you're playing for an opportunity to continue playing at a higher level. Yeah and i get that. But you know the coaches and everybody. They're you know they're making money. And i'm sure they take care their players and stuff like that but i just feel like it would be you know for some of these players of inner peace of mind to you know know that they're taking care of off. You said it. One once once coaches started making such big money. It became harder to explain why the players got got nothing in return. Yeah i mean there's just so much money being because it's college football. I love college football. And i definitely don't want it to go away. It's probably the the best sport right now to watch anyway. But you know. I think it's more on the nc double a. And all the people that have just been pocketing millions and millions of dollars to dan that is and it might be time for the players and start making money like they agreed to now so that it's a really good point and listen I'm primarily cover college football at at a reasonably high level and there is money everywhere everywhere you go. We had a guy on earlier today and said georgia has just been two hundred million dollars on a facility upgrade. We're not talking about the stadium. We're talking about practice. Fields and offices two hundred million dollars. Yeah i mean when you think about you know. I'm an alabama fan so you know even the smaller schools athletic programs. They're huge than they pay for a lot of stuff so you know i. I think i'm not a doom and gloom guy think college football if anything it could be some sort of farm league for the nfl or whatever you know and because you see an nba. People are skipping college college. Athletics and stuff. 'cause i think that's that's the biggest. I think college basketball is is in dire straight. Yeah and out. May i think you know. Even if they're getting small deals from like milo's stuff like that if if it guarantees them to still play your college. I think you should be all for because now that money is available. They're gonna get it no matter. I had a former coach tex today about somebody who in the person asked me about about the. There's a particular person out there who there's rumors about making seven figures on a deal and this coach. And i asked her i said how would you coach that person. Who's making more than the coach. I know the heavens in in the nfl. But it's never happened in college. Sports before i would figure where the player of that stature that he's probably going to one of the power five schools. Anyway so i don't think he if he was making more coach be making that i remember a couple years ago about five five about. I can't remember when it was ben. Simmons had just gotten to lsu it. He was in our studio. We were talking to him and you. I mean i didn't really know where to go because you knew the guy was just like counting down the days he could. You know getting to end the season so we could become a zillionaire and he no longer. He had no more interested in going class at lsu. Or i mean he just dropped in there and dropped out as fast as he could. Yeah 'cause i mean as system starting to make money you don't know when the role is i. Don't blame them. I mean why would i. If you're about to make twenty five million dollars a year are you. Are you really concerned about making sure you get your books. Hey thanks for the call. We're heading for a break. Christine brennan final hour. More of your phone calls right.

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Two eight five two and listening to paul finebaum show. Podcast continue with more phone calls on. What's been a really interesting interesting and entertaining friday afternoon. Ted is up next. Hey ted you there. Yeah go right ahead thank you. Hey how're you doing paul. We are doing great never called full. I'm glad you did well. I guess my concern is legitimate concern. And then like i said i've never called on the flip side. All this name engine light is good in a sense. But on the flip side. I call it the foul up majority of people that are just. They love sports. I left college for what it is. And i i think gloom-and-doom and believe me i've made my life and made a living good living they can about what the market is bringing. But this is the biggest cluster f. I've ever seen in my life and the thing about it is it is it is most people call it like i said style majority. We're just sitting there looking at this and go and we'll wait a minute. This is not what i signed up for collegiate athletes. And you know i was recruited from lou holtz at university of. But it doesn't mean anything to me now that if if we're gonna do this then we're gonna move right off the bat directly into okay paper play. That's what we're doing and then okay. I don't like pro football. I don't know like pro football. 'cause i don't like everything that goes along with that ligi footprint and we get on the ncaa all the time but on the flip side. They've done a lot of great things. But i just i'm going do..

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"App download. Now gentry from tennessee. And we'll see you in a couple of days or a week or so. Appreciate you being here up against a break. Eight five five to four to seventy eight five. We are back with much much more listening to the paul finebaum. Show podcast. what we're back here in more of your phone calls. We have a bit a busy busy guest list so we haven't had a lot of time so eight five five two four two seven. Two eight five is the number. Let's get back to the calls and we check in with chris who is up next. Hey chris ball. How're you doing today. We are doing great appreciate it. I had a question for you You know it looks like a lot of god's or sawn and small dill's i'd say small local deals you know vo next recently saw with milos and What point will we start seeing these guy john on big contracts. I've win. Will they build to be advertised. Figure for nike under armour. Like at what point will that happen and real that then star. Really putting motivation and goss mind to say. Hey i want to build a brand for myself. So let's go to the school. That helped me build a brand and get that nike deal or that under armor deal or that donald stew. I i think what we've seen for the most part. So far is fairly small. And i know I've looked at a list of alabama auburn players couple of other ones and it's primarily social media. There's a couple of other things in there that the company is you're doing but yeah i do think you're going to. You're going to see big money deals. At some point we we have heard that the big companies are waiting there trying to trying to sort this out because this this thing did happen pretty quickly and any any big corporation does not make financial decisions overnight right that makes sense because i mean i'm just thinking like this year in college football i mean it's kind of a question mark. There's a lot of big name to left last year. And so but imagine you know what kind of deal. Trevor lawrence's of the world and the to christie you imagine no a player I mean going back a couple of years. I mean we've seen a couple of guys. Come out of nowhere and win the heisman. Johnny johnny manziel being one. And you know what happens to that superstar that the guy you've never heard of. He has a huge game on the first weekend and then becomes a major celebrity. Those are the ones you have to keep your eye on. Yeah absolutely because those guys. I mean you're talking about one. Big game can change make you can make some life changing money absolutely having a few good games and then how is that gonna affect players. Because i i mean. I've heard intelligent people. We just heard one. We've heard others earlier who have completely different views on this. And i think. I think the sec media days is going to be a four day event. On n i l. I think you're going to get coaches opining now. Remember these coaches may not be telling you what they really think. Because i don't think the coach can get up there and can afford to come out and be critical event. I l there's too much on the line right now. There's a players right now with social media. I mean they are all over the place. I just saw a player tweet. Something about a particular schools view of of marijuana and a player ended up leaving school. Recently i'm not going to get too deep into the weeds here pretty well known player and we talked about it and i'm assuming it had something to do with the drug policy and then another player just tweeted out If you smoke weed you don't need to be going to this particular school Now think about that. I mean this is not nineteen sixty five where you go to jail if you get caught with marijuana and by the way the got the tweet was immediately taken down. But that's that's not the point. I it's a it's a serious situation and you're going to see a lot of Conversation on on that front. So keep your eyes on this story. Let's let's check in with joe who was up next. Hey joe good afternoon. Joe you there. Well i don't hear joe. Maybe we'll try that in a minute. Let me try another call. How about bubba bubba. You're on the air go right ahead. Hello mr fane bomb said You know. I think that this is This an i. L. is just a reflection of the Society we live in where everyone is looking for something for nothing and it feels entitled to it. Now i'm not saying them boys that play. Football didn't shouldn't earn a little bit more money and have a little bit better life but you know the solution to that may be what the fellow down in miami did when he gave everybody on the varsity football team. Five hundred dollars. I think that an equitable way to to do this would be the schools to set up an amount that they're going to give their football players or their athletes A stipend for in everybody gets the same stipend and that would make imitable. Everybody and i. I understand where you're coming from but every player gets a stipend as it is. It's called the cost of attendance at couple of thousand dollars so that's already in the wash now. Universities don't have the don't have the ability to to make a unilateral decision here. These are this these laws the one in alabama where you with Involved in deals with the individual not the school so it's about the individuals and i know i'm just giving you the the by law. I'm not. I'm not saying. I agree because your point is a good one but you know that that that that that horses out of the barn already well. I just think that you know everybody's looking for a way to get something for nothing that they don't have now whether they're entitled to it or not. Well let me ask you a question though if you're if you're eighteen years old and you have a chance to make a couple of thousand dollars should you not take advantage of it in a heartbeat but does does one player who works his sandy l. Just as hard as another player would it. You know i. I worked for a big company. Somebody wants told me you're paid what they think you're worth nothing else really matters. Don't apologize for. Don't complain about it and in this case it's about whatever somebody wants to pay somebody else it's not about the team and therein lies the problem. According to many people. How about joe. Who was up next. Let's try you again. Joe yeah we hear you now. Yeah i i guess you had on earlier name and keep keep done. Yeah he's a. I mean he was making a lot of sets on what he said. Just like that What was his name terrance. The other parents more down to be like harbingers of bad news. You know you mentioned during the conversation. You mentioned nick sabin during the conversation right and he you you brought it up. Not him right. I mean that you know. I think You know saving is getting. You know getting on up there in age. And i think he's gonna take much for sabre into the set off and just walk out of there in a fit of rage. You know i agree. I mean listen. Nobody's adapted more to change in college athletics in the last twenty years in nick sabin. But this is different. This goes against everything All of his principles and he'll say the right thing because he he knows he's speaking to future recruits but how he deals with it as another story behind closed doors. I mean does he own a car dealership or something yes yes mercedes' eight probably get clearest to advertise for his car dealership right..

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I think there's so many issues right now that that you do wonder which coaches feel strongly For against names like that kind of thing. One thing i'm i'm particularly interested about is in hearing is how how coaches are planning to adjust managing the public element of the program for their players as a result of this. Just to give you an example. Nick and doesn't allow freshman players to to speak with media. You are now entering a scenario where somebody could recruiting us alabama for that now right because image is going to be so important. And you're talking about you know. Players can benefit from their own celebrity From the social media aspect of it and you know so. Does the coach. Like nick sabin. Who has done it a long for this way for a long time with an awful lot of success after revisit that strategy in terms of you know professional players with the media how was what players are able to do on social media that kind of thing And it's not just nick sabin. I think a lot of what you're going to see here with the name. Image in and lightness is this is a very individual very selfish thing sometimes with social media. It's about promoting your brand. Which is very much against a team. First strategy that Coaches eight that so if you look at the sec coaches fourteen who who do you think will will deal with this the best and who will struggle. I don't know who will struggle. I think the on you mentioned save it. And then what about him. I mean it's a good question I i would say the. I think the coaches that will do well with this or the coaches that do well period They're the ones who've thought about this and they've gotten ahead of it. You know maybe you. Maybe next saving doesn't but if he's overwhelmed by this topic it would be the first time. I think i've seen him overwhelmed by the topic. I could do other examples but but not not somebody like lane. Kiffin would flourish over this. Because he seems to understand social media about as well as anybody in sports saving doesn't even tweet that's true and you would imagine. Yeah coach like lane kiffin. I think is perfectly positioned given the fact that he completely grasped how to build a following on twitter. How to be entertaining how to constantly be part of the conversation by what you put on there. He's as good as anybody. Let me close with two schools in your state. You live in nashville got clark lee. Who you know came in writing a pretty good horse could but compared to what vanderbilt has been doing. I'm not sure anyone would compare unfavourably in josh hypol- who you know did not exactly kill the press conference primarily because his athletic director never stopped talking How are those to do. Coach is doing. And what do you expect you know. We'll we'll we'll see how they're doing i. I think from spring practice Tennessee add an entertaining spring game. The offense looked good. It was it was kinda the what you hang your hat on with that higher that disciple was gonna come in and play an exciting brain office of course points. They probably will But i just. I think it's gonna be a long year for both schools. I i just you look at it and it's hard to see it going very well this first year. I think it's going to require a lot of patients. In both cases i think vanderbilt's roster was in really bad shape by the end of last season just with various attrition. And you know they're they're going to have to rebuild substantially. I think To get back to a level where they can. They can be a five hundred team in the league quite frankly. I don't think they're close to that. And i think you know tennessee. They were. They were better than a to win team. A year ago they they had they had some talent on that team but the thing is most of the talent has that would have been coming back is transferred they. They lost several really key guys from a team. That probably needed some help anyway. And i think there's probably more talent bill there than than the balls are going to get credit for in the preseason. But it's it's a really tough ask i think in this first year i think You know. I think both of those coaches are going to.

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"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"gentry" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Second half the show is live and underway. We appreciate you being here. We've had a lot of interesting conversations and we're not done yet. Christine brennan an hour from now from usa today. We're joined by gentry essence right now from tennessee and the columnists there so many things happening right now gentry in college athletics and we're trying to sort them out. It's early june. We're usually counting down to media days which we still are. But what a what a What an incredible couple of weeks with nfl. And the austin ruling. How are you. i'm good good to be with you. Paul and no doubt You know. I think the the issue right now is just thirty. I think nobody really knows how this is. All gonna play on it. You would say it's unprecedented but it feels like we've kind of been here for the last year when you include the pandemic. Yeah no you're right. I mean we we. We exhausted all the adjectives. I think From march until the beginning of the season and then even once it got going. Let me ask you about an il. We've had a few guests this week. Who were really a little bit older than you but You know predicting disaster for college. Athletics as a result of this. I know everybody's excited and all the young people are getting their their their time in the sun. Some are making real money. Some are hoping to but do you. Do you buy some of the theories out there that because there there's no there's no oversight that th there could be issues in the locker room that this really could affect the current model that we have I think it will affect the current model that we have. But i don't think it's going to be a disaster. I think it'll be chaotic For a while. I think what what ends up emerging and not just from the name and likeness but from a lot of health things have been going for the nc double here in the last year or two and the the ground swell. It's really built. I think you're you're going to eventually see a new model for college. Sports and i don't know if that's ncaa or something else. I truly believe that. And i think what ends up emerging from it will be very good in the long run. I think this this particular situation will. It's gonna be messy for a while because nobody really knows what to expect. And i think when you talk to the people in college sports i. I don't think they're terrified of this. I think there's a curiosity there. And if they are scared of anything it's just the uncertainty of it Because the ncaa has done such a such a terrible job trying to get out in front of this issue like they have other issues really and to me i think a lot of the doomsday predictions. That you're hearing just come from the idea of we don't know so i'm not gonna sit here and say this is a disaster because i don't think it is chatting with gentry estes and gentry on that on that front Doesn't seem like anyone wants the wants any real serious change at the top of the ncw. We've we've had that debate Mark emerge continues to cash a check and whether anybody likes him or not he he may be there just to prevent somebody else from being there but but what happens with the ncw because there doesn't seem to be any oversight and and the schools don't know what to do so so what's what's going to happen here. No i mean at some point. Something's gonna have to give just because what good is the. Ncaa doing anymore. Paul they you in terms of infractions enforcement. Look at what's happening with basketball. This has been going on for years. They're still resolution there. No timetable for win. That's going to happen. You've had some some real players in college. Sports get disillusioned by that process. They can't put on championships effectively anymore. Look at what's happened with the discrepancy in the men's and women's basketball tournaments this year. You had a golf reasonable. That was cancelled. Controversially seems like they can't do that without incident anymore. and now really. What the ncaa. Primary objective here is to allow the system of colleges and universities to to hide behind the the concept of amateurism to not have to pay players and not allow them to share in. And now you're going as that starts changing with this name and like this issue as well as whatever else could becoming you. Look at the ncaa and you wonder. What good are they doing. They're making money that's what they're doing. They're they're making money for the colleges and universities so they don't have to share with the athletes but that that's changing the concept of amateurism. Now goes away at this point now i. I don't know what that looks like. I don't know what that looks like by sports. And i think the nc double a. They they serve the purpose organizationally. And i think that you as you mentioned with with mark. Emmerson i create. I think he's there so no one else is so that change. Actually let me. But that's the whole structure of college athletics. Because we we were jumping up and down a month ago when we were told that the college football playoff surprisingly shockingly was going to expand to twelve and then they all met a couple of different times and then hold on a second. We've got a lot to do here. It's almost like we we. We blame emirate. But you know this. Bureaucracy exists everywhere doesn't it. Yeah i mean and i think i think it's just from the standpoint of being reactive rather than proactive this name and likeness stuff has been out there for for a long time. All and the ncaa had a very long time to try to get. Its act together and get a plan together and give some guidance to the universities quite frankly need it on this issue and they turn in an assignment at the last second. Just kinda saying okay. It's here in the but but it just seems like with a lot of the very serious issues that continue to pop up in college sports. The nc double a. does not. I don't know if it is bureaucracy. Red tape whatever that keeps them from being proactive and being in front of these things but but they're just not. Let's talk about things closer to home. We're just days away from the sec. Media days which you know it's still not going to be everything that we we're used to but but the season looks normal In terms of media days which which is just around the corner. I once we get past the fact that it will be a little bit different than we won't have. I don't think we'll have those thousand alabama fans waiting in the lobby. there maybe they. Maybe it'll be there anyway What what are you most curious about when that thing convenes a week from monday. That's a good question. I as you are palm kind of a veteran with sec media days. So there's probably not. I've seen the show So you know i. I think it goes to what we're talking about..

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Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

Out of Office

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Modern Luxury With Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva Luxury Resorts

"Describe as the creators of luxurious and sustainable resorts. What does luxury mean to you. Yes so it. Luxuries awards That's been misused. Quite often people would refer to objects as luxury sometimes. You might hear someone saying fist. Gold is a luxury all models luxury or thick proud cockpit essentially luxuries that which is read that which is new to you but also true true in In in the way that it rings a in your heart when you touch it or experiences and so that that's in fact the funny enough guiding principle. So i'll i'll cool purpose. Believe very strongly that any organization must have a us beyond simply enriching. Shell does like a benign apartments and paying employees. A salary and when you can do that it can be very meaningful. And i'll co platypuses slow life engaging in imaginative like essentially we're offering our guest luxuries whilst minimizing our impact on the environment and also enhancing the health of our guests at the same time and the question is. How do that and we do that. By being creative and innovative ovation need structure. And so i've guiding principle that drives that structure that railway track the drives that engine of creativity. Is this phrase intelligent luxury we. We're taking the latin origin of intelligence into lego to try and understand what luxuries about. I think when you can do that when you question what for your clients especially when the context off our clients has changed so i recall when we opened back in the nineties. The people who had come to us were largely the landed gentry that inherited that wealth. Living in foams of big states though. Jerry have access to fresh air. Fresh foods face privacy and then that changed you have the internet revolution. You had the emergence of the brakes. Brazil russia india china reaganism factories. Over the last forty years. The successful have become urban. If you look at the sunday times rich list mighty percents all self-made oven longer. The landed gentry and so what. The successful took Granted in the pause is now wrapped that bit of fresh air is a scarcity in beijing closed schools for three or four hour weeks of the year. It's the same. I think in delhi some weights even singapore. They have that issue because of the lack of fresh air. So it's it's a rarity in another context Fresh food is a challenge and privacy and space us huge premium so so hence our brand offering to our guest this idea of inspiring a lifetime of wrecks experiences. But that's essentially what people want and we find the nowadays most of our clients a spending more money on experiences than products.

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Mississippi Group Honors Fictional Man in Song 'Ode to Billy Joe'

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Mississippi Group Honors Fictional Man in Song 'Ode to Billy Joe'

"The death of Billy Joe McAllister in rural Mississippi was a fictional event in the nineteen sixties hit song but Billy Joe now has a real tombstone in Mississippi Hey Joe McAllister jumped off the Tallahatchie ode to Billie Joe was written and recorded by Bobbie gentry the sad tale about a young man who ended his life June third jumping off that Tallahatchie bridge in the gossip that followed a group of locals in Greenwood Mississippi gathered this week to honor Billy Joe McAllister and give him a proper resting place U. S. senator Roger wicker among them mourners told tales as if they knew Billy Joe and then unveiled the tombstone at the Tallahatchie flats that reads he loved the river even unto death Billy Joe McAllister isn't real but he was portrayed by actor Robbie Benson in the nineteen seventy six movie based on the song I'm Jackie Quinn

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How Becs Gentry Trained for The Olympic Trials Through Work and the Pandemic

Ali on the Run Show

02:35 min | 1 year ago

How Becs Gentry Trained for The Olympic Trials Through Work and the Pandemic

"You started seriously training were you. Obviously you are a running coach in every possible sense of that word. You've coached others. You coach yourself. Were you coaching yourself. This or did you work with a coach. A friend or someone else to put together a training plan specifically for the trials. So i tried for the collar of weeks that say To train myself and i think from just having so much time off of being in a training schedule and we didn't stop teaching Over a couple of weeks right at the start of the pandemic where we needed to reset and figure out what we were doing. So what for me was pretty regular nomo. I was out of sync with how to get my training scheduled in line with what schedule and winter to be blunt. Yeah neo-windsor it was. The thick of it was just that point where it's cold wet at night december november where the wind. I live pretty close to the wolves. It feels like. It's always windy. So i i think my boyfriend kind of so may struggling with structure. I try and do it. And then i kind of didn't care if i didn't do the workout i had prescribed myself because there was no accountability and he suggested a friend of his This is his austin stephen cash he is a base. I mean makes medical training. Look easy. he's returning for hundred minor western states. He runs hundred mile starring fifty miles plus races an average of six ten pace retrial. Down innovation. he's a freezer pretty pretty cool guy. And he lives out in arizona so he has the elevating his messy I'm not giving him an easy pass. But he really hard worker in a fantastic or not. So austin Why don't you speak to cash your friends. See what you can do in his attitude to training is so intense but so relaxed and we got on from the first time we sat down on a coal not just a friend co like a coaching cold. I knew he. He's gonna coach. He's going to be the guy who gets

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Can you file a lawsuit if the COVID vaccine causes you harm?

The World and Everything In It

05:46 min | 2 years ago

Can you file a lawsuit if the COVID vaccine causes you harm?

"Take a moment and slowdown here. Challenging the constitutionality of a vaccine mandate is one type of legal action suing over an injury from a vaccine or an adverse effect is another type of legal action related but not the same a constitutional claim normally with a bodily injury. Person would bring a claim for damages in state court vaccine. Injuries are rare. But they do happen. The centers for disease control and prevention issue warnings about vaccines. I talked with a half dozen doctors for this story. Here is one of them. Talking about the first rotavirus vaccine to hit the market when i was in residency The rotavirus vaccine came out um which is a a virus that causes diarrhea and kids and after they released it they found that there were very small percentage of kids. Were getting Necrotizing necrotizing client s so their was getting not getting enough blood supply because of various stuff but they found it out within a very short period of time and so the vaccine was removed from the market. Gone another dr paul off. It is director of the vaccine education center at children's hospital of philadelphia. He co invented different. Rotavirus vaccine one. That's in use today. His motivation to make vaccine goes back to his childhood. He had club feet when he got an operation. Well he will always remember what he saw a polio ward. And i remember those children and traction those children in our lungs. I think it certainly drove me to pediatrics. And it drove me to child. Advocacy's bashes about childhood that become air drives as adults covid. Nineteen is a devastating virus. That is especially serious threat for a certain segment of the population. The elderly so far the covid nineteen vaccine appears to be effective vaccine of saved their lives and for the most part of saved our lives safely for the most part. Vaccines are safe but not for all vaccines help. One group of vulnerable people but could possibly harm another vulnerable group. Recent news reports have revealed that some people are reluctant to get the covid nineteen vaccines because of potential adverse reactions. A few moments ago we introduced vaccine lawyer rene gentry today. She is the director of the vaccine injury litigation clinic. She identifies some kinds of injuries. Vaccines can cause. It has everything from a nfl access to encephalopathy in death. The majority of the injuries that we see today are the shoulder injury. related vaccine administration and gambari syndrome following the flu shot. But it runs the gamut. We see immunological or injuries. We see neurological injuries occasionally cardiovascular injuries and things like that gentry represents people who have suffered an adverse effect. She says as soon as people hear that they automatically characterize her and her clients or rather mischaracterize. Once you save vaccine injury automatically characterized as anti vaccine people. Say that all the time your client back to my all. My clients got vaccinated. They're not anti backs. i like. They got back. Stated i'm on antibac- i've been vaccinated mary. You just explained that lawsuits for bodily injuries. Normally take place in state court but vaccine. Injuries are not treated that way. An individual with a vaccine injury cannot sue. The drug company for damages. Drug companies are immune from such lawsuits. You're not allowed to sue a pharmaceutical company for a vaccine injury for covid vaccine instead. Those claims use a different process. An injured person must go through the v. I c. p. the vaccine injury compensation program gentry says vaccine court as it sometimes called came about in the nineteen eighties after some children develop seizures because of the dtp shot it requires filing a petition with the united states court of federal claims. It's an actual court an actual court setting. You have a right to counsel you have the right to appeal your other evidence and things like that. If the person proves a vaccine injury they receive no fault. Compensation pay the claim without admitting blames caps on pain and suffering. And things like that. But it's full medical care for the future of past etc but only some vaccines are covered under the v. Icp covid nineteen vaccine is not one of them again gentry. The covid vaccine is considered a countermeasure and by the prep act that was established by congress in the early two thousands. She said countermeasure countermeasures program is a different plan. It limits legal liability for a product device. The government puts in place during a public health crisis. The co vaccine was put in that program instead of the vaccine program. is a much worse program. There's no right to counsel. There's no right of appeal. it's not a legal process. It's a one year statute of limitations. Is you know there's no pain and suffering. It's it's it's a terrible program. In other words. If mandates come down and someone suffers an adverse effect that person has little legal recourse if any and with the in nineteen vaccine. There are still a lot of unknowns. That has another component to mandates with so many question marks. Is there enough information. Does it offer lifelong immunity or will it be a seasonal vaccine. Will the vaccine against mutations of this virus are there long term effects of the vaccine. Who knows we're in a real time epidemiological. Study

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Louisville police move to fire 2 officers involved in Breonna Taylor raid

All Things Considered

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Louisville police move to fire 2 officers involved in Breonna Taylor raid

"Two more Louisville police officers will likely be fired in connection with the fatal shooting of Briana Taylor back in March. Both officers have administrative hearings with the police chief in the coming days. I'm gonna a lot he of member station W F. Pl in Louisville reports. The two officers each had key roles in the Briana Taylor shooting. Detective Joshua Jane's acquired the warrant that led officers to her door after midnight and Detective Miles. Cosgrove fired what the FBI described as the fatal shot. Both have been on paid leave for months. James is accused of falsifying parts of the affidavit for that warrant. While Cosgrove is reportedly accused of violating use of force policies. Thomas Clay, a lawyer for Jane's, says his client did nothing wrong. Even though James admitted part of his sworn affidavit was quote incorrect. Places his client provided sufficient evidence to support the warrant. I think the outcome has already been predetermined. I think effected change is going to be terminated. And we're prepared to do what needs to be done in order to appeal that decision. A lawyer for Cosgrove declined to comment. This all began when police entered Taylor's apartment by force is part of a botched a drug raid. Taylor's boyfriend, fearing they were intruders fired up. Police police fired back killing Taylor. Investigators never found anything illegal in the apartment. The potential terminations of Cosgrove in jeans come after months of protests and cries for justice. Shameka perish right has been a leader in Louisville's protest movement that they was fired early on. That would have saved the city a lot of time. Ah, lot of money that would have saved us a lot of trauma. Ah, lot of sacrifices that we made to be out there in the streets for now to hunt. In 17 days, she says. This is the right thing to do. But the fact that it took so long sends a message about accountability. Louisville's interim police chief you vet, Gentry made the call based on findings of an internal investigation into policy violations. They would be. The first officer is connected to this shooting fired since June and anonymous grand juror who heard the state's case said the move to fire James and Cosgrove makes him feel vindicated. He says these officers were wrong and should be taken off the force. They skipped over a lot of protocols. And we don't need that now. If other charges criminal charges come up, That would be great, but you can't walk him out until you have taken that first step. Like many others, the grand jury is keen to see what the ongoing federal investigation into the incident produces. The FBI's Louisville Field office has been looking into the shooting since May. What led up to it? What happened that night and what's happened since when complete, prosecutors with the U. S. Justice Department will decide how to move forward.

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Louisville police move to fire 2 officers involved in Breonna Taylor raid

Terry Meiners

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Louisville police move to fire 2 officers involved in Breonna Taylor raid

"Attorneys for the family of Rianna Taylor welcomed an announcement. The tomb or Louisville Metro police officers are set to be fired for their roles in the deadly raid that killed her. On Tuesday, The Louisville Metro Police Department sent pre termination letters to detectives Miles Cosgrove and Joshua Jane's Jane's, requested the warrant that brought officers to Taylor's apartment in March. Cosgrove was one of the officers who opened fire. Jane's attorney, Thomas Clay, tells Wook why his client is escape goat. I think this p s u investigation was a sham. I think it was gonna be a foregone conclusion What was gonna happen here? Ben Crump, national civil rights attorney and his co counsel Sam Aguilar and Lenny to Baker issued a joint statement applauding at a rebel MPD chief event. Gentry for beginning the pre termination proceedings on Cosgrove and

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Louisville police department moves to fire two officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Louisville police department moves to fire two officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor

"And in Louisville, Kentucky, two police officers connected to the death of Rianna Taylor, maybe finding themselves out of a job Soon. CBS is Stefan Dingle has more attractive. Joshua James was served a termination letter for violating department policy. James is the officer who wrote the search warrant affidavit for Briana Taylor's apartment inside of that letter, interim police chief of that, Gentry said Alan Pd's Professional standards unit determined that James did, in fact lie on that document. He stated that he had verified through the U. S. Postal inspector that Taylor was receiving packages for suspected drug dealer at her home. Was the letter. States was not true. And the other officer detective Miles cause Grove, also receiving a pre termination letter. Kentucky's attorney general says it was cost Grove who appeared to have fired the fatal shot. At

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Best of 2020

Monocle 24: The Menu

07:22 min | 2 years ago

Best of 2020

"Up next we meet one of ireland's finance jeff's kp mcmahon based in galway the michelin starred chefs. Culinary accomplishments include any restaurant and anne robotic cookery school as well as his. Release the irish cookbook. One of the most beautiful cookbook releases off. Twenty twenty till's the story of irish feud and how it has evolved over thousands of years showcasing the richness and variety of food from this green islands with its five hundred authentic recipes. The author jp mcmahon jones me in the studio back in march to discuss the book on how irish food is about so much more than just lamb stew and potatoes as was initially. It was a bit apprehensive because there are many many irish food cookbooks in the twentieth century. But i suppose. I found that a lot of them had been written for an irish audience or perhaps people travelling to ireland. It was important for me to try and give an international dimension and was one of the reasons why publishing with fight on made a difference because they have a global reach and it was in order to try and change the perception of irish food. I think also because we have a restaurant called a near which is will mission star restaurant. We've had it for ten years and we've been investigating irish food for ten years and i felt a lot of the things that we've been doing over. Those ten years weren't in cookbooks. And some of them are very old things like using seaweed using wild food in different ways. And i wanted i suppose that a record of that and that was the start i think the initial for doing it was a had traveled a lot to different places and taking part in chef events and i realized that are affected that we had really good produce in ireland. I'm we just weren't singing about it now. I took part in events in mexico in america and canada in europe and we were always celebrating the cuisine of a particular area. And as why are we doing this. And why aren't we kind of like saying well. We have really good food where shellfish or or whatever so. They were kind of the driving forces behind the book. Now what do you think. Ireland has been so modest about its food on its culinary legacy heritage. I think there's a certain humbleness modesty to irish people and they're probably not the best people at selling themselves like i think we're frustrated capitalists and we want to do things but at the same time we don't want to come across as being bombastic. I think that's worn element. I think the second element is the famine and the subsequent diaz before that happens. I think that impacted irish food particularly of the twentieth century and on the one hand you had people that did not have that much access to food in art and even though there was a lot of food and then the second part you had people who did have access that is food. Who were i think. Predominantly from the anglo-irish irish element and some has be would call the west brits so the people who would be associated with england and these people who had food. I think we're not considered to be irish often. This kind of tension between the tradition that it goes all the way back at least a thousand years between people on the island and people who have food and people don't have food on who we consider irish what we consider irishness tried to take a very broad perspective on it. And so when you go into the archives of the recipe books that you find are from landed gentry anglo-irish aristocracy mostly on. I think when became independent in nineteen twenty two. We kind push that assignment. But that's not really irish. You talk about going to the archives of research did you actually conducts to gather all these five hundred recipes. You having this book. Some of it was looking at best. Baseball's cookbooks from the nineteenth to twentieth century and looking through tried to pick recipes that i thought represented ireland in that respect i found stuff like say pollen is a river fish that is almost forgotten and offend a wonderful pollen recipe. I think in the nineteen seven book and interest. Enough are fishmonger had just been talking about pollen and nobody easing it and it all goes to europe and his fish from nee in northern ireland. That was one thing. I think looking ass older manuscripts was wonderful thing. Because i love history as well and looking at how people wrote recipes and how they i suppose. There was a certain assumption in recipes that the person who was reading new it already so the method was very very scant and often the recipe books were household management books. That would be passed down from mother to a daughter to a granddaughter so people could be able to cook the recipes. Were very interesting. A lot of pickles. Stuff a lot of preserve stuff because there was no frigid. So a lot of salting like i suppose. There's almost like how to live because if you couldn't do these things then you in trouble. Did you come across many recipes that had been practically forgotten already. Yeah like one or two some that we probably would not eat now. One was pickled herring. Which i thought was really interesting because i did a story and friend of mine because i thought didn't they meant herring and she was like no. That's terron lake orion and i was like wow because there's one heron galway and flies up and down and if anyone was to pick them i be in trouble but the interesting thing was that it reminded me of like an s quebec spanish dish where they cook fish or chicken and they covered in vinegar and wine solution and essentially that was the recipe and the recipe started off was like chopped the heads off one hundred hereon got and viscera them. That was the start of the recipe. And i was like wow. That's already a big mess. Some of the other things that are still useful. I think i put it in was quincy and quincy eric. Something that are not native to ireland but there was a lot in the seventeenth and eighteenth century that would preserve a lot of quences and so preserved. Quincy was what i would call mark cross again and again and again and also recipes would almonds. The irish were obsessed with amines. Which again is one of those interesting things to think about because again. 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How Will Stan Van Gundy Fit With the Pelicans?

The NBA Show

06:07 min | 2 years ago

How Will Stan Van Gundy Fit With the Pelicans?

"Was a few weeks ago in the ringer NBA show that at the very tail end of the show I recall you saying. Keep an eye out for Stan van Gundy and New Orleans and since we last spoke That came to fruition Stan Van Gundy was hired by David Griffin and the New Orleans Pelicans I think when this all started with the pelicans ouster of Alvin gentry. Through the. Face Tyler had a former relationship with David. Griffin, we talk about my Tony possibly because he had a former relationship via the Phoenix Suns with David Griffin but they do land on Stan van, Gundy as their next head coach when you saw that news come across the wire, would you think great I'm happy I think he could bring some accountability to the team in terms of how much they need it on the defensive end of the floor they were horrific. On defense this season in San Andy. Of course, infamously famously I'm not sure once said build an effing wall and that the Pelicans need to do and I look forward to see what he can do now that he's back in the NBA but by the way like he failed in Detroit because he was coach. Angie 'em now he's just a coach right and he was always a good coach. He was good basketball coach and it was one of those cautionary tales of. It is two different skill sets number one it also in many cases can be two different motivations right if I am if I am the general manager and the coach now let's say I make a poor signing or a poor usage of money will sometimes I may want to use that guy to prove that I was right about this guy right and I know that you Still get into that with with a front offices and coaches anyway, right in in everybody wants to be responsible everybody wants to be right about the move they made. But when you then you're not doing the scouting of every other team on a regular basis, I know you have scouts you're certainly not doing that with college, but it's just a very hard job to do twofold and. Another cautionary tale of taking that over I mean everybody wants that power but I think we've seen two of these guys. Now fact three of these guys. Now, all of which I think you would say were subpar to very below average in that role but. We respect them as guys that are on the sidelines as basketball coaches. That is their expertise in that is doc rivers who took on that role Tom Thibodeau who took on that role and Stan Van Gundy who took on that role and yet got hired as coaches though it didn't go well at their last stops. I mean doc better than the other two but we thought. Hires because these guys are good basketball coaches who were miscast trying to run everything for sure absolutely and ultimately it's another good opportunity for him when New Orleans area there even though they have Zion, they have ingram granted these a restricted free agent. He'll likely back matched any offer sheet or whatever This is still sort of A. Team right now that can go in many different directions depending on how David Griffin wants to build it out and I look forward to seeing the ways in which Van Gundy, Utilize Zion and the ways in which he tries to get him going off because remember you know before all the three point shooting, we've seen the last ten years or so that has. Exploded with the warriors and the rockets and all these teams shooting lot of threes, the magic, Dwight Howard at center and four shooters around him in the late two thousands with anti head coach and they went to a finals. We're going to be lost to Kobe and the Lakers The had some good run they some really strong teams and in with Williamson. With the New Orleans Pelicans, I know they want to add another they don't want to go like all small Wall. With Zion at the five all the time it's it's just went to work but I, think van Gundy's pasts and what he could do now with this roster, it's kind of exciting to think about the possibilities with the different ways in which they can use ion but most importantly though and again, this is like with all the coaching hires we talk about I am more interested in the personnel changes who they draft, who do they try to trade for? Who Do they try to sign I am WHO's coaching the team, but you know I'm excited to see if they're able to get. Zion, going and creative ways that they weren't able to do as much during the season despite his success he posted up a lot man I. WanNa see some more pick and roll with Zion I wanNA see some more creativity with him, handling the ball and running pick and roll, and that will largely come from other personnel changes that come to the roster that allow that to happen. But Hey, man SVG had success with some different types of teams in the past and I look forward to seeing what he can do here with him, and that team has a good roster they under performed badly. Made sometimes teams underperformed because you look at their roster and you go man aol have the goods like that team underperformed I. Think so too. I think of course it I mean look I mean Lonzo I think Lonzo hit one shot in the bubble well, even though they're young that defense was bad even though they had good individual defenders, they've jrue holiday one of the best perimeter guard defenders, Ingraham and Lonzo. They were good defenders of the Lakers. They were the last two years. They were good. They were not good defenders last season with New Orleans. And Zion I, mean he was horrific. He was so bad on defense. It was it was really sad to watch. This is the guy who is blocking three point shots closing out from the opposite side of the paint at Duke just a year prior, which is why people wonder how much of it was fatigue coming back but season how much of it was the injury limiting him how much of it was effort I? Don't know I don't know what it was but regardless. He stunk on defense, and all of this needs to change next season for this team to be anything that have any chance of actually getting into the playoffs it can't be all

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New Louisville Police Chief Takes The Helm During Tense Time In The City

All Things Considered

04:54 min | 2 years ago

New Louisville Police Chief Takes The Helm During Tense Time In The City

"See its third police chief take office since the police killing of Briana Taylor in March. Yeah, that Gentry will serve on an interim basis and will be the first black woman to lead the department. She previously served as a deputy police chief with the force before retiring in 2014. Gentry takes on the helm during a tense time in the city. There's been protests over Taylor's death for months, followed by anger over the lack of charges for her killing. And now a delay in the release of grand jury recordings, which her family and others have demanded. Chief Gentry joins me now Welcome to all things considered. Thank you for having me Well, let's start with the killing of Rianna Taylor. There's been a lot of criticism about the actions of the officers involved at night to remind listeners. Briana was asleep with her boyfriend when police arrived, and most witnesses say police did not identify themselves. Taylor's boyfriend says he shot towards the door and self defense thinking the police were intruders. Taylor was shot and killed after police opened fire. How do you characterize the police activity that led to Brianna's death? Well, that is the part that we're looking at. Now. Take over tomorrow. I've had just 1 ft briefing yesterday. So everything I know about the Briana Taylor case really is just as a citizen getting information from media. I am too anxiously awaiting to see what the G presented because what's important to me is that the proper scope of the investigation was done. People want to know from start to finish what happened in that case, and I certainly want to know that I think the public and the family deserves that as well. And the officers who are out there on the front line. How do you view your role In this moment? You've been in law enforcement for a very long time, and you've decided to step in At this pivotal point in history after being in retirement, right. I gave up a whole lot of comfort because I could see a lot of people both invited agency and out here protesting that really were uncomfortable with the way things were happening. And so I feel like I was best suited to stand in the gap. I know the agency. I know the city. I know a lot of the inequities that have taken place across the city, and so I can come in here and make sure that we create better conditions for people. So that they don't feel left out. And they don't feel angry all the time and disenfranchise because I know how that feels to be a black woman that have lived in various parts of the city over the course of my 15 year life. I'm curious that the department come to you, or did you step up? I really had more community people coming to me and some police officers, But I had a lot of leaders across the community that came to me is that you've met. I believe you're the person for this time, But the more and more that I thought about it and, you know, I'm a Christian person will believe in prayer and afraid about it, And I thought about the sacrifice of some of my co workers over the years. Other black women across the city And so I said, I know the systems and I will come in here, and I believe that even for a short time I compared us in a direction that is gonna make Louisville better place. Black Americans make up about one quarter of Louisville's population, but only about 10% of the department officers are black. What's the disconnect? I think a lot of it is pushed back again. The community. I mean, if you look at any of the videos from some of the protests and some of the way that the black offices were portrayed as traders, you know a lot of the things that happened in the media and also happen on the streets every day really make it a very, very tough sale for African American officers. One of the officers involved in the shooting. John Mattingly sent a letter to his colleagues calling some protesters thugs and saying criminals were being canonized. How widely do you think his views are our shared in the department? You know, I still wholeheartedly believe in the overwhelming majority of the police officers here. There is a lack of discipline. You know, I think we had several commanders kind of getting on. Social media and different things and putting those comments out that are very disheartening, inappropriate and they send the wrong message to the officers are on the front line, but we have to deal with that lack of discipline at the top. You have spent 20 years with the department, including several is deputy police chief. You heard from your community who said they wanted to see you in this role. For people who feel like the department hasn't done enough to reform. What is the case for putting you in charge? You know, the reforms are going to take a life of its own. But I will tell you this. I'm not a fan of taking a lot of tools off the table because the reality is it moves deadly forth up, which is supposed to be the overarching goal that we're trying to prevent. So I think the important thing is to focus on recruitment to make sure we have the right person because the right pool in the wrong hands is always going to be a bad idea. So if we get the right men and women in here, then the schools are going to be used appropriately. That's Yvette Gentry, who starts his interim police chief of Louisville, Kentucky. Tomorrow, Iraqi leaders say Secretary of State

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The Mystery of Woodchester Mansion

Haunted Places

05:38 min | 2 years ago

The Mystery of Woodchester Mansion

"People have lived in the area of Gloucestershire share. Now known as would chester park since the Romans invaded Britannia but the site of the Winchester Mansion itself began as a hunting lodge in the middle of a heavily wooded deer park. The ducie family purchased the Land Law in Sixteen thirty one renovating it into a Georgian. House called Spring Park. The ducey's kept the house in a near constant state of renovation added several landscaping features to the sprawling four thousand Acre valley including a group of art official lakes in eighteen forty. The second earl of Ducie inherited the property from his recently deceased father. The Legend of what happened that fateful year would be the first indication that something wasn't quite right at the would chester estate. It's no wonder that rumors of full body apparitions, disembodied voices, and the strange smell of extinguish candles persist. Not when the initial occupancy of the mansion turned out to be so very, very strange. Henry was grateful that his father and past he would never say so loud but he could not be happier. He had long toiled in the shadows of Thomas Reynolds Morton look first earl of Ducie. While the reward of inherited title was a nice reward for his time. It wasn't enough Thomas expected a lot out of him henry heated the permanence near the Thomas War around his son the constant lack of approval had driven Henry to dark thoughts. It was unfair that someone who had so much could feel as though they were nothing. He'd contemplated killing his own father regularly. It wished for his father's death a thousand times. But wishes weren't enough. At night he trump of sneaking into his father's room and crushing his windpipe Thomas, Cole ties would stare back at him in defiance but Henry would only press harder. He would steal every ounce of paint from his father that he could. He would revel in at even. This was the retribution he deserved. But by the time, he finally summoned the courage to act on his feelings fate had intervened. His father was dead and Henry would be able to keep his soul free at sin. He should have been overjoyed, but there was a part of him. That was disappointed. Henry had wanted to watch the life leave is father's is. Instead, S. he stood in the church on that summer morning he saw the corpse of an older man that felt nothing like his father. This husk of a person wasn't even the slightest bit intimidating. He was justice Shell Serene still. No fire behind the size no disapproving sneer. To the best of his knowledge Thomas Reynolds, Morton had never looked serene is life. Death was as the saying goes the great equalizer Henry didn't WanNA. Feel equal to his father he wanted to feel better that him. His shock at being robbed of the chance to end his father's life was eventually swallowed by his own greed. He held the title and the purse strings that once belonged to Thomas. The legacy had been passed onto him and he could do whatever he wanted with that power. His first act of filial disobedience was going to be a party. He would holden enchanted forest themed masquerade at his father's last real estate acquisition but converted Hunting Lodge in Winchester Park. It was still under construction, but the ballroom was mostly finished and the incomplete designed would really add to the atmosphere. Henry woke with a sense of clear purpose on the day of the party even though he held the title for weeks, this would be his entrance into high society as an earl. The people would give him the respect they never gave his father. A. Played softly as Henry mingled with his guests, he welcomed as many people as he could bobbing out of conversations whenever he grew tired of the subject matter. Most of these guests were more his father's friends than his. He despised them, but he couldn't resist the chance to hold his new title and the imminent chaos heads. He outranked nearly all of them now. Though the event was a masquerade few visit guests had been particularly inventive. There was fun and trying to guess who everyone was. Something always gave them away the gate, the bone structure, the laugh. There were at least four uninspiring looking deer and far too many rakish second sons had decided to come as wolves. But there was one person Henry didn't know. A strange masked man was weaving his way through the crowd. He had never introduced himself and his body language was unfamiliar. Henry tried to get closer, but he struggled to even get a clear view of the masked man. The pushed through the of gentry ignoring their complaints. Finally. When the crowd parted they met. The mysterious man was standing still gazing out one of the large glazed windows to the forest behind. And redrew closer and put one gloved hand on the man's shelter. The did not turn around.

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Yvette Gentry, former deputy chief, to be Louisville's interim top cop starting Oct. 1

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Yvette Gentry, former deputy chief, to be Louisville's interim top cop starting Oct. 1

"L. MPD chief Rob Schroeder. Is exiting that job and a face familiar toe. L MPD is stepping in until a permanent chief is named a shake up this summer in the Louisville Metro Police Department has left the city looking for a new police chief Mayor Greg Fischer Monday, said current in term chief Rob Schroeder's plenty to retire on October 1st. In the meantime, we need another experience respected, distinguished public safety professional To take on the role of interim chief of our Police department. And I'm happy to announce that the new interim leader of L. A P D, is a vet Gentry. Gentry spent over two decades with El MPD as she was appointed deputy chief in 2011, retiring in 2014 Gentry is the first woman to ever leave the department. Sean Gallagher news radio 8 40.

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Louisville mayor names new interim police chief amid months of unrest

Joel Riley

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Louisville mayor names new interim police chief amid months of unrest

"The Louisville Police Department has a new chief said he's been the site of protests in the fatal shooting of Briana Tailor by police Back in March, Mayor Greg Fischer introduced a vet Gentry as the new interim chief of police. Gentry will replace interim chief Robert Schroeder starting October 1st when he retires. Schroeder took over after chief Steve Conrad was let go in early June. The new interim chief is a Louisville native with more than 20 years in law enforcement, she retired from L A. P D in 2014 Gentry will be the first woman to ever leave the department.

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