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Fresh update on "gibson" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"How are you doing? I'm doing okay, Sarah. I'm just living my best life. So I'm doing great. Nice. I am buster only, and I'm in my home in Montana. There's all kinds of conversation. It feels like a cross the country in baseball today because of the signings, the deals, the speculation that's going on. Winter meetings have started, but the deals started before the winter meetings on Friday, we got where Jacob degrom, 5 years, a $185 million with the Texas Rangers. There's so much interesting backstory to all this. We're going to be talking about that with Dave schoenfield. Chris Martin, reliever, who bits really great for the Dodgers, got two years and 17 a half $1 million to some of the Boston Red Sox. The Milwaukee Brewers traded Colton Wong to the Seattle Mariners Jesse winker going to Milwaukee in that deal. Kyle Gibson has a one year contract with the Baltimore Orioles, news broke that Brian Reynolds, the pirate center Fielder, has requested a trade from the pirates and David and I will get into the question of whether or not requesting a trade actually makes a difference. And last night, the special committee working for the Hall of Fame announced that one player was elected to the Hall of Fame and that would be Fred McGrath, the longtime slugger first baseman for the Toronto Blue Jays for the Atlanta Braves for the San Diego Padres, et cetera. He gets in, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Kurt Schilling, Don Mattingly, Albert bell, Dale Murphy among those who are not voted in. I'll tell you why, I think this is kind of a joke. The process that they continue to rely on to determine whether or not these guys should be in the Hall of Fame. Here is Fred mcgriff. Last night after he learned the news. I've been totally blessed all over the years. This is just icing on the cake and for the unanimous it's a beautiful thing, you know? Because I had a lot of prayers out there, you know, last month, so everywhere you go, man, we're playing with plans for you, man. We're playing for, and so forth, and then, 'cause it gets a little tough, you know, over the years, you see the X players and everything and they come up to you and you're like, man, Fred, you should be in the Hall of Fame, you know what I mean? Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I'm in. Yeah, Fred McGrath, that was him speaking with MLB network last night. I covered him as a player with the San Diego Padres. He got traded to the braves during that time. I bumped into him on a plane a few years ago, and he talked about that. The long wait because he was one of those guys affected by the log jam of steroid Eric candidates and the fact that so many of those guys hung around the ballot, mcgriff affected all these years, despite the fact it was never any indication that he used PDs. All right, Taylor, what else you got? Buster yesterday was selection Sunday in college football. We've got our semifinals all mapped out and on the college game day podcast Pete famo and rich Davis came together to talk about it after they were both on TV for about 37 hours straight. So you should check that out. Always cultural Paul with Greg McIlroy also covering that. And we're doing an episode of SV pod tonight. We're Scott and Steve will touch on the weekend and cultural and the NFL. That will
Eagles, NFL’s Last Unbeaten Team, Fall to Commanders
"The commanders have the eagles their first loss of the season as they went on to a 32 21 win Washington took the lead late in the second quarter when a one year touchdown run by Brian Robinson Antonio Gibson also had a touchdown run Taylor heinicke threw for 211 yards for the commanders who even their record the 5 and 5 We understand where we're at and we just need to keep winning The guys come in every day and work hard So you know I'm very excited where we're at Jalen hurts through for two touchdowns ran for another in a loss that dropped the bird's record to 8 and one Michael Luang
Game 3 of the World Series Is Postponed Because of Rain
"A study ban of showers forced postponement of game three of the World Series between the Houston Astros and the Philadelphia Phillies With The Rain now that changes the rotation for the fills as manager rob Thompson will now go with rangers Suarez with reschedule game three Aaron nola takes the help and game four on Wednesday with Noah syndergaard or Kyle Gibson the game 5 starter on Thursday Michael luongo Philadelphia
Hall scores in regulation, shootout, lifts Bruins past Ducks
"Taylor hall scored once in regulation and provided the lone goal in the shootout as the bruins outlasted the ducks two to one Hall and Frank vitrano traded goals three and a half minutes apart early in the second period Hall tallied on Boston's fourth shootout attempt and the game ended when max comtois missed the net giving the bees their fourth win in 5 games Lina so Mark turned back 30 shots for the bees while John Gibson made 35 saves in the Anaheim net The ducks are zero and four on a 5 game road trip that ends Sunday in Detroit I'm Dave fairy
Mel Gibson can testify at Harvey Weinstein trial, judge says
"Mel Gibson can testify at Harvey Weinstein's trial I'm Lisa dwyer a judge has ruled that Mel Gibson can testify about what he learned from one of Harvey Weinstein's accusers 66 year old actor and director Gibson was one of many trial witnesses whose identities were revealed in court Friday Weinstein is accused of sexual battery against the woman who was a masseuse and friend of Gibson's the judge and lawyers took a break from jury selection to argue over which witnesses and evidence will be allowed during the 8 week trial Weinstein has pleaded not guilty I am Lisa dwyer
Court Won't Hear Appeal of $25 Million Judgment Against Oberlin
"College. My father's Alma mater, my brother's Alma mater. They were yeoman. They are young and my brother is still kicking around probably being yeoman and my dad passed away many years ago, but he was a proud yeoman, and they would not be proud of oberlin. I'm talking to my brother about this yet, oberlin tried to cancel the bakery that my dad and mom went to when they were a young married couple after World War II. My brother went to Gibson's bakery. And Gibson's bakery, I think I went to Gibson's bakery because we'd go to oberlin sometimes just for fun. I wanted to watch my brother play football there. On a Saturday. And it was there from, I think, 1885, and the owner tackled a kid who was if you look it up in Wikipedia, Gibson's bakery versus oberlin college. What are the owners tackled a kid who was shoplifting and they turned it into a racial incident? Alleging racial animus on the part of the bakery and the university, the college threw in with the kids, and basically organized an illegal Porsche's boycott. And picketing of the bakery. And they got hit with an $11 million damage. Lawsuit for tortious interference with business and intentional infliction of mental distress overland did. And $25 million of punies, punitive judgment, are intended to deter the conduct that is exemplified by that at issue in the action. And the I thought torch one year, so I can say things like that pretend to actually know what I'm talking about. My partners would laugh, if they heard me talking about torch. But in any event, the college lost $36 million gone. And the Ohio Supreme Court said, no Mas. We're not taking the appeal. And everyone, oh, how bad they don't try and drive people out of business on trumped up fake claims. Of racism racism is a slander if it's not deserved. It is absolutely slanderous to assert that. And because it's so evil, racism is evil. And so Gibson said, we are not evil. We are a bakery, and we serve everyone and the kid was tackled because he shoplifted and then he hit the guy. It's a mess of a lawsuit, but it's absolutely clear that it wasn't motivated by racial bias. And oberlin will pay the price now. And they've been falling off the floor for so many years.
Gibson, Castellanos lead Phillies to sixth straight victory
"He's got the early jump on the parm and it's a root to a 6 nothing win Philadelphia scored three runs in the bottom of the first and a three run double by JT real Muto When we can give them a nice comfortable lead they feel like they can attack the zone more They don't have to be so fine and that usually helps them pitch deeper into the ball games They play the two more runs in the bottom of the second one of those courtesy of a race Hoskins single Nick Castellanos made it 6 nothing in the bottom of the third on a solo home run Kyle Gibson allowed 6 hits while striking out 9 to pick up the win and improve to 9 and 5 Michael luongo Philadelphia
Cabrera, Marlins end Phillies' 7-game streak with 3-0 win
"The Phillies 7 game winning streak has ended with a three zero loss to the Marlins Edward Cabrera and Tanner Scott began and closed the combined 7 hitter Cabrera struck out 6 over 5 and two thirds to get the win Scott worked out of jams in the 8th and 9th innings Scott fan JT real Muto with two on to end the 8th then wormed his way out of a no out basis load of jam to get the save Philly slugger and NL home run leader Kyle schwarber was pulled in the 5th inning with a mile calf strain Kyle Gibson was pinned with a Philly second loss in 14 games I'm Dave ferry
Gibson perfect thru 6, Schwarber's HR lifts Phils over Nats
"Kyle Gibson pitched the gym for the affiliates as they would on to a 7 two win over the nationals Gifts of a child of the first 18 battles he faced he lost his perfect game bid when he had Victor robles in the top of the 7th that he had been ended a battle later on in Luis Garcia single gives an improved his record the 7 and four All the starts here for me and all of us at the end of the year are going to be with the same goal in mind Put up a couple zeros give the offense a chance to get a lead And then when it's time to give away the bullpen let the bullpen shut it down The Phillips took the leafs going four runs on three home runs in the bottom of the first Michael luongo Philadelphia
Give Send Go: The Answer to Fundraising When Cancel Culture Says 'No'
"In America, the idea that major corporations that in many cases effectively act as monopolies, whether you're talking about Amazon or YouTube or Twitter or Facebook. That they have made a decision not to abide by American values, but to abide by these kind of Chinese communist Marxist values, it's a chilling thing. So first of all, everybody needs to understand that. And when you have an option, you need to go with that option. So when you guys created Gibson go, I was thrilled. And I think I said it. I am on give send go because we have good reasons to be on there and difficult reasons to be on there. I am being sued. We have legal bills, YouTube canceled us. And so we need help. And I thought if I get on GoFundMe, they're probably not even going to they're going to cancel me once they figure out where I'm coming from. So the idea that gives and go is there and that people have been able to give to what we're doing and metaxas media and to help. And we need the help, otherwise I wouldn't be on there. But I just have to say, this is such good news that you guys have stepped up because it's one thing to think about this, but to actually do it. So you and your brother, Jacob wells, you said he's in Boston, you're in D.C., but you created this thing. And you're helping all kinds of people. Tell us some of the success stories and some of the people that you guys have been helping names that we would know. Sure. And so actually, so we had been walking year over year growing as this alternative to GoFundMe. And then we, you know, just as a great Christian platform, if you will. And we woke up one morning in August 2 years ago and had a ton of hate mail, which had not been the case up until then, and we thought, what's going on on the site, and we pull up in very quickly, we find a young man named Kyle, rittenhouse, has come to our platform because he has been canceled off every other social media platform. They took away his voice and said, you don't deserve. We're going to judge you by the little clips we see on Facebook or the mob mentality. We're going to say you're guilty. We're not going to give you the right that's our fortitude in the United States. And so Facebook, GoFundMe, PayPal. Everybody had canceled them. Him. And he came to give San go as his last resort.
Bohm helps Phils beat Braves 7-2, take 2 of 3 from Atlanta
"But for this picked up the series when taking the rubber game versus the braids of the 7 two win but I love your birthday game open scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the 5th Thanks in part to RBI singles by Alec Bowman O dubal Herrera and a two run single by JHC real mutual I feel like our guys did a good job of hanging the at bat and just putting the ball in play You know you don't always have to hit at the hardest but our guys did a good job of not trying to do too much and just kind of continuing the inning Kyle Gibson got the win Charlie Morton took the loss metal sin homered for Atlanta Michael luongo Philadelphia
A Look Back at Gibson's Bakery V. Oberlin College
"I want to talk in this segment about how oberlin college is now trying to avoid or doing its best to delay. Paying the Gibson's bakery, the $31 million that oberlin owes the bakery. For what? Well, basically for destroying the bakeries reputation for accusing the bakery of being racist from organizing marches against the bakery for discouraging the oberlin community. Remember oberlin is the sort of elephant or giant power in the town of oberlin, Ohio. So you had this bakery, Gibson's bakery. They were doing normal business and then what happened was some students, a black student. In fact, at oberlin, was trying to steal a bottle of wine and they caught him and they chased him out of the store. Do of his female friends then show up and get into a physical fight with the owner, so one of the owners and the police are called and that's what they see. These bodies of the thief trying to beat up the owners of the store. Now the shoplifters eventually plead guilty. And but a bunch of oberlin students, you know, white students, the progressives, decide to launch a protest. And they accused the bakery of racism, but the interesting thing is that oberlin school, sides with the students, the vice president of oberlin, a woman named Meredith, raimondo, hands out flyers. She's at the protest, accuse accusing the bakery of being bigoted. And the bakery suits the bakery goes you've ruined us and it isn't just you in the sense this wasn't just a voluntary student protest. You, the university, oberlin college, organized it, and you were a part of it in your dean was out there handing out flyers and the bakery one.
Darvish shuts down Mets again, Padres beat Scherzer 4-1
"The Padres went up post All-Star Game matchup of star pitchers as they defeated the mets four to one You Darvish out pitched Max Scherzer giving up just one run on four hits while striking out 9 and 7 innings to race his record to 9 and four Darvish got all the offensive support he needed for Eric Hosmer who blasted a two run Homer in the fourth of Cersei to put the Padres up to nothing We knew we were going to be tested right out of the gates This is one of the better teams in baseball right now So we knew we had to clean a lot of stuff up to be able to compete with these guys and certainly showed a good sign of that tonight Sure as I struck out 8 passing both bob Gibson and cursed Schilling to move into 15th place on MLB's all time list Tom arram New
Velázquez hits 2 HRs, drives in 5 as Cubs rout Phillies 15-2
"The Phillies wasted Kyle schwarber's NL leading 30th home run in a 15 to two thrashing by the cubs Nelson Velazquez hit two late homers and drove in 5 as Chicago won its second straight since a 9 game skid The second Homer came off back up catcher Garrett Stubbs who took the mound in the 9th inning with the Phillies trailing by 9 Say a Suzuki and Wilson Contreras also went deep and Suzuki and Ian happ each delivered four of the cubbies 19 hits Winning pitcher Justin Steele allowed a run in four hits over 5 innings Kyle Gibson was tagged for 6 runs over four and a third I'm Dave
Gibson keeps ball in the park as Bohm, Phils edge Cards 1-0
"The Philly shut up the Cardinals for the second straight game with a one to zero win at Bush stadium Alec baum's 9th inning sacrifice 5 plates the game's only run that fills now have a record of 24 and ten under interim manager rob Thompson who took over on June 3rd I think people feel like we're settled in all of that now and not that we'll never lose a game like that but I think they'll confidence that they're going to finish We're going to start looking to finish what they start and that's the way we've been playing lately Philadelphia has won three straight the red birds have fallen short at 8 of their last ten Mike Reeves St. Louis
Arenado, Cards hit 4 straight HRs in 1st; late HR tops Phils
"The Cardinals became the first team in major league history to hit four consecutive home runs in the first inning but they needed no one or an auto second blast of the day to beat the Philly 7 6 With two out in the first aeronaut Nolan Gorman Juan yipes and Dylan Carlson Homer of Kyle Gibson Lars not bar just missed leaving the yard one batter later The power surge gave the red birds a 5 nothing lead But the Phillies tied the game by the third inning Yairo munoz slapped a two run double and Matt verling had two RBIs for the fills The cardinals are back within one game of the NL central leading brewers I'm Dave
Darvish leads Padres past Phillies 2-0 with 7 sharp innings
"The Padres scored true roger the top of the fourth inning and took their 5th road series win with a two zero victory over the Phillies When he pitched you darvis scattered 6 hits he struck out 5 and 7 innings of work to improve his record to four and one helping the Padres pick up their 7th series win overall San Diego took a one zero lead when a single by Robinson Cano that was either followed by a sacrifice fly by Haas young Kim Kyle Gibson took the loss for the fills and saw his record drop the three and two Michael luongo Philadelphia
Author Andrew Klavan and Eric Discuss 'The Truth and the Beauty'
"Volks welcome back, I'm talking to Andrew clavin. Do you understand? I'm talking to Andrew clavin, he's written a book called the truth and beauty. It's an amazing book. It is at least brilliant, at least, brilliant. And it was just wonderful to read Andrew, I want to say, congratulations on really having the guts to write this book because I can see how a lot of editors or publishers would try to steer you in different directions. And you, obviously, said to them, shut up. Here's the book. And I'm so glad I'm so glad you did. There's only one editor that I could think of. When I finished it and I put it, as you know, I put a lot of work into it, I thought gee, if this one editor turns this down, I simply don't know where else where else I'll go. So Webster Joanne sees now the publisher of zander van, but he was my editor on my memoir, and he took it instantly. I'm not surprised. He would be the one that I would suggest and God bless him for doing that. Because this is an important book, and I think that, as I said, the level of writing what you get into, what really delighted me, as I mentioned this earlier, how you bring to life figures that I didn't really think of biographically. I mean, somebody mentions coleridge, okay, I've heard of the rhyme of the ancient Mariner. You mentioned keats, you mentioned it. These are figures that I had not really come to appreciate as human beings, just as these names behind poems.
Author Andrew Klavan Pulls People in With 'The Truth and the Beauty'
"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to Andrew clavin with a K into clavin has written a weird, wild, wonderful genius book. It's called the truth in beauty, how the lives and works of England's greatest poets point the way to a deeper understanding of the words of Jesus. Now, Andrew, I'm a poetry guy, I'm an English literature guy, but what you do here in this book, which I think all the best books do is you introduce people who aren't poetry guys or English. You pull people in. And I want to embarras you further and say that you're a great writer. You're writing is great. The ideas are amazing, but the writing itself. Right in the beginning, you use the word Kaka lorem. And I thought, I'm in. Whatever he's selling, I'm in with this guy, but there are words throughout the book that are just like these brilliant archaic, funny words and stuff. So let's talk about the guts of this. How in the world do you go from actually no, explain to my audience if you would, who were the romantic poets? Just because it's your understanding of the history of romanticism and that movement, which I think I had forgotten 85% of what you say in here. So it's kind of an amazing primer on literary history and history. So talk about that because it's fascinating. Because the thing you usually hear about the romantics was there was an age of reason and everybody was reasonable and then the romantics came and they reacted and they didn't like reason. They wanted to have a motion, which is utter nonsense. That's not what happened at all. You know, they lived in a time that was so much like our time that it is truly uncanny. I mean, the comparisons are everywhere. They lived in a time when science was changing everything. And so people were losing their faith. The structures of the world church and state were collapsing and being shown up as unable to take them into the new era. And just to be clear, you're talking about the latter part of the 18th century. So this is the lead up to the French Revolution. I mean, the level of chaos on the continent, just hard for us to imagine what that would have been
"gibson" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Really. I've got some, I got some basic questions for you. And then I'm going to let you go. Okay. And get on with your career. All right. I have I have really loved you for long time. Not only because, but mainly because you have been in the Hollywood world and you have taken your fate seriously and you have used your platform in the business to talk about the things that most people want to talk about, which is to say, God and God related issues. So my question for you is brother when when did that begin for you that desire to do that in Hollywood? I'd say it became more apparent to me probably somewhere in my late 30s. And, you know, but why? In other words, is that because, you know, you have kids and you're beginning to think like, hey, I'm pretty successful. Maybe I need to give back. I mean, so in other words, this is something. You wander through a wasteland for like 20 years, right? And you kind of start scratching your head thinking, and things aren't going so well. Maybe I should do things a little different. And you begin to reexamine things that once you held firm and maybe you relax with, you know, you let it go. And so it's just a gradual process of, I think, working on your stuff, trying to improve yourself. Because, you know, we're all, we're all tend to sort of be egotistical. You know, it's all about me. You know, and it's pathetic, you know? I've never had that problem. You never had that? No. Well, you deserve. You'll ever meet Mel, I just want that right. I'm not afraid to tell you. Well, those of us who've watched who've watched your career and you're willingness to put it out there. I mean, the passion, the hell that you took when you were trying to bring that to the screen. As you know, there were millions of people cheering for you and what you were doing. And we're cheering for you right now with the father stew film. We're just we're proud of you. Your voice for a lot of people. So let me ask you with regard to this film, how did you get involved in this film? How did this come to you? Yeah, this came through a screenplay. Well, Mark was involved. And Rosie was involved. And I look at the screenplay that she had written and I was really charmed by it. I thought it was funny. And it was poignant. And it wasn't too sanitized or saccharin. It wasn't preaching to the choir. It was a story about real people who were pretty, you know, venal in many respects, as we all are. And it showed you a path that this man took a true path, and where he got to and where he ended. And it's kind of a triumphant kind of, you know, pretty inspiring story. And I liked it. I dug it, you know? It's absolutely, you know, it's beautiful, again, that you are using a platform you have to get these stories out there. There is a hunger for it. But do you remember at least I do. I remember when you were trying to raise money. You Mel Gibson are trying to raise money to put the passion on the screen and I was fascinated how difficult that was for you. It's astonishing to me how hostile Hollywood and even not just Hollywood, but people are afraid, but you push through. I would say. Well, it was I had trouble distributing the film. And but I found a distribution company that would do it. And off we went, I financed it myself, of course. So it was not something that was done by a big studio or any 7 sisters didn't dig it. But eventually, it came out. I mean, it was distributed overseas by Fox. And of course, in a domestically by a company, oh man, what was their name? What was the name of that company? Can you imagine can't remember, man, it's gone now that company, but yeah. Well, listen, speaking for a lot of people, we really love you. We're proud of what you've been doing. And we really look forward to the launch of this film. Yeah, well, thank you. And, you know,.
"gibson" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"Don't good. I plays washington every week. So he's he did look good he finally and they wasted it. It's just a shame but did you think it was bad. Throw to their joe. First of all he was getting hit or very close to it. It wasn't a perfect throw. You gotta make that catch. of course. it's funny. Because i met joke on twitter i said drops layton and i to got flooded with bad throw. But i'm like bad throw i saw i saw ben gretch tweeted not bad throat but that was not perfect. More on the throw. No it was it was you got to catch in the hanes. Yeah had extend a little bit but you gotta catch that ball. I really don't want me to talk about the giants. Thank you let me get that off my chest so let me get to the point to stay there if you want. Yeah let's the twitter poll. Who would you rather have rest of season. I gotta say. I was surprised by this. Saquon barkley or antonio gibson. Well stop really what would you. What would you say gibson. I thought that people would be more concerned about gibson than barkley and sixty to sixty one. Percent voted gibson and gibson was off the field. I mean he's got a role issue here. Mckissick has actually let me give you the snap rate down pretty interesting stuff actually very interesting stuff so this is from nathan janke of pf. I don't really does does. Yeah so antonio gibson. First and second down dominated carries forty-one snaps. He had thirty and not in the two minutes. Real so not obvious. Passing situations thirty. Eight snaps mckissick at five third downs. Not in the two minute. Drill mckissick had seven snaps gibson. At three you can live with that. Two minute drill mckissick had nineteen snaps. Gibson had one so that was really why he wasn't on the field much they were in the two minute drill a lot in this game And mckissick dominated other than that. I mean running downs gibson's going to dominate third downs. Mackenzie is going to win. But gives them. We'll be there a little bit but he's off he's off to a disappointing start right now and he's not involved as much the phone disappointing for for twenty two carries or twenty carries whatever he had. Yeah and another report before the game of erin andrews talking about how he said he still learning the position. So i don't think yet you watch him play. I feel like when he figures it out bam. He's going to be awesome but he's not there yet so he's still not doing as much as he should with the carries. I don't know. I thought i thought barkley would win twitter. Actually i'm surprised you. You obviously think it's an easy answer to go with gibson. I mean i..
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"gibson" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
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And every one of his claims they pointed out that he had lied to his fellow crew members and two police for eight days before sharing the story he was nest standing by steadfastly denying he had been with gay on. The nodding question. Cam couldn't explain why he decided to dispose of guys body other than to say he had panicked in the moment he also could answer how the cold buttons came to be pushed then the prosecution honed in on one key factor in particular gibson's missing belongings. Unle two items advantaged from gays cabin along with her a pair of black silk pajamas and the yellow quilted dressing gown. She wore arrive at the top of them. Cam had made reference to the gown but never mentioned the pajamas if gay had been naked under her again as cam had only just revealed during his testimony. Then where were her pajamas. The prosecution theorized that gaye had been wearing them as per usual but cam was unaware of this because shea for him off while wearing her again fully zipped up he never removed again before pushing her through the pulled hall so he hadn't realized she was wearing anything underneath. Perhaps he'd made the split-second decisions until tell the coach. She was naked because it made he story of a plan to romantic rendezvous sand more believable the trial wrapped up within four days and the jury retired to deliberate within forty five minutes. They had reached a verdict. James cam was found guilty of murder. Shocked gasps were heard from the gallery. When cam was steve. Hey had anything to say he replied off at the start of my trial. If i were guilty and i pleaded not guilty i played not guilty now. The judge then sentenced him to death by hanging britain's compulsory punishment for murder at the time but within several weeks if he's conviction cames fate was thrown into question when the house of commons pasta emotion. Suspending the death penalty new criminal justice. Bill had been tabled which would say capital punishment abolished if passed into law. In the meantime old death row prisoners would receive a reprieve. Cam sentence was commuted to life in prison. Although cam had been convicted people continue to speculate as to whether he was guilty or innocent the case was hotly debated in the media and decay. Gibson's pajamas were regarded as the vital clue that could solve it once and for all in may nineteen forty eight three months after the trial concluded a thirty four year old man and to the police station in the town of cheltenham and announced that hey had crucial information to share a waco lia. The men had been sitting in a pob when he struck up a conversation with a young research for the bbc named john. Langham the to chatted about the government's recent moratorium on the death penalty and soon the subject of guy. Gibson and to james cam arose. John langham informed the man that hey new. Gay hadn't been wearing the pajamas when she died because they were currently in the possession of he's dentist during a dental appointment. The dentist tol delaying him how he had been on the same voyages gay and occupy the cabin next door to her. The two had become friendly and to gay paid him a visit the not before her death they had sex and she left her black pajamas behind by accident to prove he story. The dentist showed him the pajamas but refused to go public saying that he feed what that would do to his business and personal life. The men told the police. Hey didn't know the dentists name or address but suggested i obtain them from langham. A detective took down he statement but thought little love it. This individual was already nine of them and although he could carry on dais in conversation he was believed to have quote some slot mental disorder. He story wasn't taken too seriously. Although john langham was indeed a researcher at the base say in the years that followed he became a well known present for the broadcast. A in nineteen sixty five. He took zion life at the age of forty more. Recently crime. Rawda antony brand began digging into the guy gibson case and decided to investigate the main story through examining passenger records. Hey discovered that there was in fact a forty three year old dental surgeon traveling alone on the durban castle at the same time as gay gibson demands cabin number wasn't available but brown concluded. It was unlikely. Hey occupied the one next door to gay. As her only know neighbor was an elderly woman morava. If gay had left her pajamas in another passage cabin then stewardess arlene field would've noticed to the missing at diarrhea. If a dentist did indeed claim to have slept with guy and kept her pajamas then it seems probable that he made this story up not long after he's conviction in james cam filed an appeal and a lost. It was only then that some new information came to lot.
"gibson" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"You. Some have speculated that gays abrupt departure wasn't motivated by corrine. move but an unplanned pregnancy. It's been suggested that she needed to get back to england to have an abortion but the letters of introduction found amongst her belongings. Do point to gay looking to further her acting dreams upon arriving in the uk. In addition to the south african witnesses the defense found people who said gay had been unwell during her time in the armed forces on one occasion. She was found lying in bed. The back i watched as she clutched her chest and gasps for air. Her tongue was caught at the back of her throat. Junior officer assisted gay but tilting her head fullwood and ambulance was cold. Gay later explained to the office saw that she had another turn. Joshua caswell was building a theory gibson had suffered from some sort of heart condition that had caused her to suddenly die during consensual. Into course with cam. Doreen mantle was asked to travel to england so she could be a witness kim's trial although she was eager to help her father talked her out of doing so. You but mike gabel agreed to testify as did a number of others who would seem gays beds vilnis. The trial began at the great hall of winchester castle on march eighteen. Nineteen forty eight exactly five months. After guy gibson had disappeared by now the case was a media sensation and had been dubbed the porthole noda a murder trial without a body was a highly unusual turn of events and the case was made even more notorious by the glamour status of the victim and the scandalous claims being made by the defendant. Hundreds of spectators queued for hours for seats in the gallery. On muddle of the cabin was constructed to stand in the cost. Great whole as a prob complete with a bed and the port hull. The defense presented their argument. That guy gibson had died accidentally during a consensual sexual in canada they portrayed gay as a promiscuous young woman who had possibly been pregnant to a married man their expert witnesses included a doctor who told the court that came story was entirely plausible from a medical point of view the urine and blood on her shade could have resulted from a natural death and the defense description of the way gays buddy stiffened then fell limp. Sounded like hot failure. Precipitated by lung congestion forensic pathologist also agreed with this assessment. Hey suggested that gay might have died from an asthma attack. A brain aneurysm or some kind of heart disease the fact that people who knew gay had testified to sing her faint and turned blue. A random math suggested she might have had a heart problem. Additionally the pathologist didn't think the scratches on cames buddy looked to lock defensive wings cam had no injuries to his hands or thumbs the locations. Where victim would be most likely described someone who was strangling them. The scratches he's forearm looked too high up. James kim took the stand to share. He's version of events yet again however this time he added another detail that he hadn't mentioned before guy had been naked beneath addressing gowned while steadfastly insisting that he had never knowingly to gay hey acknowledged that he snapped decision to dispose of her body through the pulled hall had been basically conduct. The prosecution presented the court with an entirely different theory. James cam had killed gay gibson after she rejected. He's advances during the struggle. She scratched her attacker and pressed the coal buttons in her cabin summoning. The night watchman terrified he's crime would be on covered came then pushed. Hurry that dead or unconscious. Body through the port hall the prosecution pointed to the contraceptive devices. That had been recovered from guys luggage if she had a great to have sex with cam then why hadn't she made use of these. The fact that gays elderly neighbor in the next cabin had heard a crash in the middle of the nod suggested that mod of bena struggle and if gay had died of natural causes then why hadn't came just left her in bed before snaking out of her room there would have been no evidence that pointed to him having hunter unless her neck was bruised from webcam had chugged her gaze. Mother ellen gibson was called to give evidence shade unawed that her daughter had relationships with married men. Saying that her reina love was her career. Ellen described gay as one of the finest tops of english. Womanhood shane sister. That charles fantastic sqi was never gays lava. He was just a business acquaintance. Who was happy to lend guy some money to finance her acting ambitions when.
"gibson" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Detectives didn't believe james came story for a second day was certain he had assaulted and strangled. Gay gibson then callously disposed of her to cover up his crimes. Despite having no buddy. They made the decision to charge cam with murder. When informed of the charges against him he exclaimed my god. I didn't think it would be a serious as this detective. Constable mindan plumlee was lighter off to have cam signed the official top written version of he statement. He paid a visit to came in the cell where he was being held and came back with a shocking story. Apparently came had made a second more damning confession following some slot prompting. According to plumlee came told him he often visited the cabins of famous passages and said they welcomed the attention. He also admitted to strangling gay then added that when he pushed her through the port hall she made a hell of a splash. Detectives began building their case for trial. The palm print recovered from gays. Cabin door was confirmed to belong to james cam. But this meant little in the way of forensic evidence as hey had admitted to entering her room on multiple occasions the blood fan don gays shades was presumed to be hers. As it was a different type two camps the best evidence they had was the statement from kim himself although he was denying murder he was a proven liar who only admitted to being in gays room on the nodding question when he realized a witness had identified him. Detectives were confident that a jury would agree with them and convict can. The courts moved quickly within a month cans. Committal hearing had already taken place and was ordered to stand trial for the murder of gay gibson cans. Defense attorney was joshua caswell a renowned. Legal mind who had successfully defended. Dozens of clients caswell was horrified by cames decision to throw a young woman's body out into the open sea but was inclined to believe he's client was innocent of murder. If cam had intended to assault and kill gay. Then why hadn't he locked the cabin door behind him. When the night watchman was summoned he was able to push the door open. Cam had slammed at shot in response and finally then did he lock it. There were also significant doubts. That cam second confession to detective constable minton plumlee had ever been made. It turned out that. The detective had a history of using dubious methods to obtain. Confessions from suspects plumlee was also suspected of leaking. Information about the case to the media. Hey quit the police force in january nineteen forty eight just a couple of months after working gay gibson case though he denied his resignation was in any way related to that investigation in order to defend his. Client joshua caswell. Well decided he would need to look at gibson's life.
"gibson" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Fred recognized him right away. Thirty year old deck steward. James cam had a reputation as a ladies' man. Some of the other crewmembers nicknamed him. Don jimmy as a play on the name of the infamous womanizer. don juan. Although cam had a wife and young daughter back in england that didn't prevent him from taking cain interest in the women he served as passengers described as handsome and charming cam had served in the merchant navy reserve during world war two then joined the union castle flake in nineteen forty six. He liked the ac tasks of being a deck steward. He's roles included organizing games passages and serving them food and drinks tapes. Were easy to come. By and the manual labor was minimal. Multiple crew members had reported seeing cam. Take an interesting gay gibson. Now fred. steve was reporting that he'd saying came in gays cabin at three. Im than not she vanished. Decks tuaregs were not permitted to enter passengers rooms at any let alone in the middle of the naught off to seeing cam slam gays. Daw shot fred back to the pantry and told he's superior what had happened. The two men walked over to gaze cabin together and student sawed for about five minutes listening quietly. They heard nothing and there was no son of cam ultimately. It was decided that it wasn't their place to interfere with the passengers. Private life and the meta was left alone. Upon learning this information captain paddy knew that he had to speak with james cam immediately. When cam arrived at the captain's office. pd wasted. No time in asking him. Do you know why this first class passenger is missing. Came no sir cam replied. Captain paddy kept fred steve's so heading to himself but informed cam that he was suspected of being knee guy gibson's cabin cam adamantly denied this stating vano the rules and i obey them. He had gone to bed at twelve. Forty five and didn't leave his room until it was tom to get up for work in the morning. Cam did acknowledge that he'd gotten to know gay quite well over. The first week of the voyage depends had chatted from tom. Tom and cam said that gay seemed to show quite a preference for my services by asking him to deliver drinks to her cabin on several occasions two nights earlier he'd sent a try with the lodge of rum to her room. But hey light. I noticed that she hadn't touched it the next day. He ran into her and taste her about not drinking the rum. Saying i'll have the bone to pick with you and a big one at that somewhat reassured that cam might be telling the truth kept him payday asked if he had any reason to believe that gay might be depressed beneath her outwardly. Upbeat exterior cam. Post before telling the captain how gay had mentioned she was in love with a married demand. Back in johannesburg quote. She said she was crazy about him and complications had set in. I asked her real free lock told you. She was friendly towards me what she meant. She said shea suspected she might be going to have a baby. This was not the first time cam had spoken to a colleague about gay gibson being pregnant stewardess. Plainfield heading candid him in the pantry. Several days before the young actress disappeared as i lane handed over a tae. Try that she had just collected from guys. Cabin cam said miss gibson. He's three months pregnant by a married man lane. Who didn't believe this for a second told cam off for spreading rumors about a female passenger. He replied that gaye had told him that herself. I lane had strong suspicions. That came had taken an interesting gay on one occasion on lane. Fend cam on b deck. The area where gays cabin was and where dexter woods were not admitted to bay when he commented that gay hadn't had her take that day lane. Responded if i fall and you in the vicinity of miss gibson's cabin all will report you to the chief steward. one morning. I lane collected a try from gays room and saw there were two used teacups. She had no idea who the second cop belonged to on witness accounts. It was clearly something had happened to gay in the very early morning between the time. Her cabins coal buttons. Were pressed that three. Im so when i lane field attended her cabin at seven thirty. I am when captain payday spoke to james. Kim's kevin mate he disagreed with a crucial detail. Lincoln's version of events. Tim had claimed he was in bed. About twelve forty five. But he's fellow crew member had retied one. I am and cam was nowhere to be seen when he was told about. This discrepancy cam changed his story. He'd been working until one o'clock and then he went out to a deck where he sat and smoked for a while. He does doff and when he woke he went to bed properly. By that time it was about to. Im despite camps fund denials campaign. Phone team that he was a suspect engaged disappearance and would have to be examined by the ship's doctor as a matter of protocol came a grade. The doctor had came remove clothes. He didn't have any bruises or strange marks. But the doctor did you notice some lot scratches on his left shoulder wrist. They look dolled as though they'd been there for a few days came explained that he scratched himself due to the humid tropical weather. However on the back of camps neck and don't he's wrought forearm were more scratches. The ones on he's neck were very thin. They didn't look lock. The work of human fingernails. They looked morlock scratches. Made by cat can said they had been left to buy particularly rough tale. He used to draw the wounds. On cams looked the most suspicious there were about twelve of them all about half an inch long and very fresh looking cam claimed that these two were caused the by him scratching himself but said the doctor.
"gibson" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"It was only seven thirty in the morning but thirty five year old i lane field was already hard at work as a stewardess. Shona notion lana. Her days book kept busy looking off the first class passengers. More specifically orleans jaw was to say to the needs of women staying on the bay deck of the durban castle owned by the union castle. Line the ship was built in belfast. In nineteen thirty eight when world war two breakout it was re purposed to carry troops but after the allies one it became a commercial ocean liner again by nineteen forty seven. The and casa was sailing regularly from cape town in south africa to the english port of southampton ferrying travelers. Between the two countries to cape passages occupied and entertained. There were amenities such as the salon. A shop and swimming pools on board as well as specially organized games. Movie nights and dinner dances as lane. Field started work on the morning of saturday october eighteen. This ship was on the eighth day of its two week voyage and about ninety miles of the west african coast. Why lane hurried along a corridor on durban castles baidak towards cabin one to six which was occupied by a twenty one year old english. Actress named eileen gibson better known by her stage name of gay gibson. It was lane job at so white gay and bring her some orange juice. I lane knocked gently on gays door. When there was no ian saw she knocked again and kodak softly miss gibson there was no reply lane decided to try the door handle even though she knew gay locked at every night when she went to bed to her surprise the door opened gays cabin was small with a metal framed. Single bed pushed against a wall and a porthole window. Foreign a half fate above the cabins floor. There was also a bill. Wardrobe had chest of drawers abed saw lot and two buttons guy could use to call for a steward or stewardess. The first thing. That court i- lanes. I was the bed. It was shoveled and done made the second was the port hall. Which was what i've been. Nature of these. Things were unusual in and of themselves however there was an are saunas gay. The suitcase was open at the foot of the bed. The black silk dress. She had wanted to denote. The previous evening was hanging from a hook at the end of the bed. But i- lane couldn't say gays black silk pajamas or the yellow quilted dressing gan with a zip down the front that she wore over the top of them. Eileen is shamed the young woman must have ducked out to the bathroom. Still dressed in her nightclothes. Strangely though gay slip is sat by the chest of drawers along with the rest of her shoes. I lane left the glass of juice on the top of the chest and left to attend to other judy's when she returned in twenty minutes to collect the empty gloss she was surprised to fund it full and exactly where she had left it. There was still no sign of gay and there was something else to looking. Eyes are at the beds. Rumpled shades lane noticed several small stains. That were the color.
"gibson" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"We know you're intensely curious about the world and that's why we think you'll be interested in the podcast out. Travel the system. This podcast brings you inspirational stories about why travel is so important on so many levels and empowers you to go on your next adventure. It's all built on a solid foundation of data from expedia like and subscribe to out. Travel the system on your favorite podcast player today ray. Now it's safe to say they were already for a getaway and if you're going to go on vacation somewhere then make it a place. You'll feel at home like myrtle beach south carolina or as the people call it around there the beach. Welcome to sixty miles made for you. The beach myrtle beach plan your trip at visitmyrtlebeach dot com. There are a lot of guitars out there. These days there are a lot of guitarists to just toss a rock outta any window in brooklyn. You're gonna have one but in that sea of guitars and guitar people. There are some truly one of a kind instruments in there are some truly one of a kind instrument lovers out there too. I've been a long time guitar geek. Certified as sort of flyable john. Thomas is a law professor a guitarist and it bona fide guitar expert. He's a contributor to the magazine. Fret board journal and the guardian of any impressive collection or ashley gibson guitars because my blues and folk heroes from the nineteen twenties and thirties played those guitars. And at some point in time friend who knew it was clinton deters content and horford me. I'm purchased this beautiful beautiful. Looks like it's made last week. Qatar from nineteen forties. There were rumors that there were gibson's and this is one of those gibson had been around since the late eighteen. Hundreds making acoustic instruments and like many companies across america gibson's production slowed during world war. Two to support the war effort. There factory was retrofitted. To produce munitions gibson was early into electronics could build radio and radar equipment. Had good woodworking skills could build the internal structures for airplane wings and the pontoons in amphibious aircraft and had some mental skills. for instance. the adjustable metal truss rod strengthens guitars. Neck turned out to be a perfect size for a component in a fifty caliber machine. John had read the company's official history. It mentioned the service awards gibson. One and the company claims that no guitars were produced. During that time. He'd heard the rumors but he believed the official account. So this made some sense to me right. Gibson didn't make any instruments it was assisting the war but then he got his hands on this unique gibson acoustic guitar so i got the guitar and just became fascinated with the. It's a beautiful guitar. Very rare instrument sounded glorious and it had this banner on it says only a gibson is good enough and there's a certain period of time during which gibson guitars had that little decals is only gives to good enough on the headstone. There was a book out at the time that repeated this rumor about the world war two era guitars and how they all have this banner. Only gibson is good enough. The theory in this book was that these guitars would have been made by the older more experienced craftsmen. Who didn't go to fight in world war two to john thomas. That seemed like a perfectly reasonable explanation but he kept researching at some point. during that process. I came across a photograph of just women. Probably seventy or eighty women have been counted them all but a group of women standing in front of the gibson factory and it looked to me. It could have been thirties forties fifties. I'm not much on hairstyles and dress styles. But it looked in that era and became really interested. I eventually got an original print of that. Photograph dated june nineteen forty four. So now i've got guitar in my hand. Looks like it came from that time period. And i got a photograph of the gibson workforce in front of two twenty five parsons street in kalamazoo michigan. That's all women. John couldn't really tell from the photograph. What the women did at the factory did they make the rods for machine guns. John summoned his inner woodward and bernstein and eventually convinced gibson exac and anonymous gibson. Exact by the way to let them peak at the company's shipping ledgers photograph a total of about forty four hundred pages from nineteen thirty six through nineteen forty six or forty seven and took them on and there it was clear as day turns out gibson shipped nearly twenty five thousand totally instruments during the war. Toll instruments meaning guitars mandolins. Some violins banjos of like so. Now i got this mystery right. John's investigation was picking up steam. He had this rare guitar get a photo and he had shipping records but now he needed eyewitnesses. So i take out advertisements in the kalamazoo gazette all the local newspapers all the contiguous nearby communities. I run it on. I think it's wednesday for six weeks or something. Whatever the most red day was from the newspaper. I think it's the same day coupons for grocery shopping. Maybe i'll get somebody just maims john. Thomas researching a book of gibson guitars during world war. Two if you or someone you knew gets into world war two. I'd love to meet you or that person. I'll be in town these days. Don't specify looking for men or women. I found twelve of those women in one thousand nine hundred forty four four. Some of those twelve did do military work and some of them did admin work but some of them worked on guitars. John got on a plane and headed to kalamazoo. His first stop. Was the home of a woman late. Eighties a woman named jenny. Snow jenny was a string wind. Or the people who made string she makes rings she pulls out a string in coral springs out fully. She quails it back. Roughly the speed of light slaps it back into the envelope. And says okay sonny. Let's see you do it. I have quite a lot of strings in my time. Because when i changed.
"gibson" Discussed on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry
"How many patients they saw that were missing teeth missing functional tooth and how many patients they talked to about implant dentistry. And what you'll notice that what gets tracked gets more attention and right now still while you're doing very good with implants and stuff getting started so early in your journey and i'm so proud of that is i want you to double down on it. I wanted to become a major focus for you and just start having a team members track. How many missing teeth they saw. And how many of those missing teeth. They talk to the patient about just mentioned. Have you ever thought about replacing that missing tooth. Would you like dr gibson when she comes in to talk to you about you know options to potentially replace that too and if we get that on. Top of the top of the team members minds and track start tracking. How many they're telling the patients you'll start seeing that you'll actually spit out more implants at the end of the process More readily from that. What is important to you. Yeah absolutely what's important to you will become important to them. And how many implants a month do you have them blocking for you. Honestly we have not we kinda put him in the same box crown bogged united just like a rock blocker over certain dollar amount yet. So i haven't counted actual blah so since mastermind. That's just become you know normal. It's also become possible now right because we were living in. We're living in a skateboard mode for a long time. And then getting into a new office getting an associate started allowing you to schedule but to build on. What meredith said. I think i'm seeing this more and more with so it's an area that i want us to be more clear about is. I'm glad that you're blocking crowns and high value procedures. But i want you to make. Implants block like literally. It's not just a crowd or an implant because crowns more readily available than implants. I needed to be. Hey we're doing three implants a month. I need three blocks a month. Hey we're doing five implants a month. I'm doing i need five blocked. Hey i want to do ten. Let's block ten spots and then three days before that block is in full with the patient. Then it can be a crown as a secondary backup and what you'll find is you'll get more productive one. You'll do more.
"gibson" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"My family. We're going to hear about that. When we come back books talking to pastor brian gibson. The website is pg dot today on twitter. He's lead pastor. He's my new best friend. And i want to say They decided somebody decided to come after you to make you Suffer for what who were the who came after you what happened. Why did they do this. Any of us. That were vocal on what was called the trump march leading up to the six. Yeah they put bullseyes on all of us. What made me such convenient target. Was that picture with the q shaman. Yeah taken a month before. When i didn't know who it was by the way pelosi's nephew also has pictures with that guy. Multiple other pastors. I'm a public figure. When you re talking about governor pretty boy can really boy. it's another one. I saw pretty boy less pretty boy not pretty enough to be governor but pretty right so he's got something going for him so so i was. It was convenient for them and There are groups out there. These groups are more coordinated than you would know they are. I was going on media going on every kind of show out there right. Sam what you saw the six. What really happened and telling the truth right and so. I think that i wouldn't shut up so they kept coming and so what they did. Is they sent fourteen to fifteen hundred death threats. In a week they teen to fifteen hundred death threats. Yeah some of them are gonna week. Yeah cut out killer letters from the eighties right man. Who's doing this. Well there are three big groups that people. I'm not mentioned by name. Because i'll be sued but groups. Yeah that that Perpetrate and do this kind of stuff to people and they use a three prong way of doing it number one. They'll hire internet trolls right. Make fake they keep coming. Keep coming keep coming you block them. They build more. They threaten threatened threaten the second group they use. They use antifa antifa and radical. Blm to come in a rash you. That's the muscle in in the mix They sent them into my hotel room to come after me. They sent them up into the mountains. Where i had my family to say place. Couldn't go home for like a week. And then they use all of the left wing media cnn the ap you name it who all it is all those kind of groups though. Keep calling calling calling writing hit piece after piece right wing. Watch you name it. They keep coming to three three prong attack. But you're still here. Yeah they're not killing me yet and you're full of fire. Yeah and here's the deal I'll believe this. I believe jesus is the land that takes away the sin of the world right or one hundred percent. Jesus lamb died for my sins forgiven on my way to heaven because of him. But jesus is not just a lamb. Jesus has also allying. he'll return to execute judgment upon the nations and what wisdom teaches us to do is it teaches us when to be the lamb and when to be the lion and it's a time in america that we need some lions and so people need to stop being afraid. Most of this is just intimidation. If they kill me they'll make thousands of me. No make more around me. They don't wanna kill me. They want to scare me. And if you can be scared you can become ineffective and so what you do. Is you have to realize that. God has given you a spirit of fear but a power love and a sound mind and push back and if they kill me. There's some days it's like that's not such a bad deal. You ever walked into funeral home. Seeing a guy in a casket and be like. Look at that lucky dude. You know what i'm saying. He don't know bill. he's out christian. God now the bullets that he dodged outta here. So i'm moved out of the way to protect my kids. I've got young kids right. Yeah so you do what you gotta do but come on. We gotta get bowls. Christians got to get bold. People gotta speak up. People gotta stand up. The first amendment will be gone and if the first amendment is home the whole system we have. Yeah it's gone. It alters if there's no question well listen we're basically at a time but it's just such a joy to get to know you. Brian gibson We've got to figure out how to connect on some of these things because everything unfortunately depends on this stuff hundred percent and But just the fact that you exist. gives me tremendous encouragement God is using you in my life right now in the lives of the people listening and watching this and i think god has a plan but his people need to wake up and stand and fight and praise him in all circumstances and fear nothing but him. God bless you brian. Hey thanks for having me..
"gibson" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"My conversation with brian gibson bryan before we get deeper. Where can people find you online. Yeah they passers that need help opening up churches or illegal representation. We provide that as well through. Kelly shackelford and i liberty they could go to pg dot today. He dot today. Yeah yeah it's either peaceably. Got g wrought today so they. They could found our website information about us there or they can follow me on twitter at lead pastor at lead pastor at lead pastor or i love that you snag lead past got. That early abandoned. His name associate pastor so seriously when this happened. This kind of woke you up obviously made you. Hire another caller. So when do you decide. I'm going to get on a plane and fly to these riots. And the cost trouble by preaching the love of jesus while think i've always been The kind of guy that didn't mind like if there shots fired you hear gunshots run toward it. I run toward it. It's just in the dna riot crazy man so it's not a decision you make it something you have to do gotcha. There's no decision about whether i'm going to fight the to say it for some people listening but you just described as being real man. One hundred percents manhood. So yeah i was. I was raised by cowboys. Truckers football coaches and wrestling. And that was just your mom. That was mom and grandma grandma. Grandma give you a cousin. Gets you in an arm bar right. Got online on tuesday night in a what armbar. What is an arm bar all. Come on you know what an arm bar. I grew up in a european immigrant home in connecticut. So what is it. it's like a can of whoop ass you get somebody in a lock. You extend their elbow and you'd break their arm right. So yeah it's own now. I know what's up. I've heard of us need break. A little brahmin man come on. So he's like we're going in and they start burning down cities. I'll never forget. I was flying to la on pentecost sunday to help guys open up churches. Two thousand opened up out there in l. a. on that same sunday and we're flying in and they're coming into our hometown out in out in rural kentucky town of fifty sixty thousand Some and radical bill emerson showing up. And i'm on a live feed telling the gas from our church to get down there and don't let them destroy square. And this this person that works with airlines comes by and tells me to go off my feet. I can't do that in the airplane and anyway that went that went everywhere. Because i told him either. Burn down our city. We gotta do something about this. Mendham set back. When they're burning down your city only cowards. The not real men but there are there are people that will set back in fact. They're even familiar with the term setback. They would sit back. Let me just say that. This is just beautiful. And i'm just curious so you've been on fox news because i have missed I have missed you until yesterday. And i'm just so glad to get to know you You have been going into these places you flew. Well you talked about going up to. What is it called. Chop chop and seattle spent six days preaching on the street and chop and took a dozen people in there with me when we first got there. There's there's thousands of people up there right. Antifa surrounded me. I don't know how many times threatened to kill me up there. You know they had places where black folk can go but white folk can't right. It's all that kind of thing and what we did is we go and certification is an american tradition. You need to respect. It needs to respect it. You don't have to agree with it but you need to respect. Go walking in somewhere. They say you can't come here you're white. I said what you mean like Segregation no is a healing zone. I said you mean like jim crow. No no this is a this is a healing zone and then antifa guys start showing up so the little ones come first little show got a few hundred probably hire them. I'm thinking oh they're paid absolutely. They're paid but so yeah. We preach there. We preached in the brianna. Brianna taylor stuff and louisville preached in dc and the riots out in front of the white house. Now i cannot imagine that there many people there that are open minded. While the way you do it as you don't run out and scream. Jesus is coming at the top of your lungs. I would interview people. So i walk up and say tell me what are you doing here. What do you hope to see out of this. Do you feel about america. And then i take it from there and i say listen i believe we're all created in the image of god right and then like frogs jump out of their mouths and some of them absolutely manifest demon possessed. But no but i'll eight hands and prayed laid hands on black panthers prayed for antifa guys. All i got video of my wife praying for this antifa guy. That is smoking a joint. And she's giving him a word of knowledge she knows about him. You know by the spirit of god and he's smoking pot. He's like yeah that's right that's right that's right and so yeah. People people are open. They let them minister to you But it's an alert said and you're feeling mellow now. Say you're the human mind. That's not the spirit of god because anybody knows that. Wait a second as they can so you move in this in words of knowledge and stuff. Yeah yeah sure. So yes sure i mean i'm all for it but you know there are a lot of people that they don't they don't know anything about that right and they think they're christians right right and they go to piscopo churches and stuff but so tell me. How long have you been moving in that kind of I got saved her father. Her father took me in Kind of a faith based drug rehab program. Nine hundred ninety eight. I was a coke head and a meth freak and he was a healing evangelist. That preached all over the world or was in kentucky not texas texas. They sent me to texas to get away from my outlaw kentucky friends Was i was exiled. West texas so so yeah we. We are early days like that. We were around. Those kind of things hastens thing because people who have that kind of faith. There's a joy in a fire and it's just so beautiful and when you go into dark places like you're describing You really do. Bring the power of god with you. There's no fear it's not about. I'm going to convert them intellectually. We're going to break folks. i'm going. I'm talking to brian gibson. You can go to the website. Pg dot today or you can follow me on twitter at lead pastor We'll be right back talking to brian. Gibson ronin listen old. I got seven on an oldie. brian gibson. Not to be confused with.
"gibson" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Isn't gonna take it. You're not going to pull out a gun. But what did you do. Oh i called all the local press. And i said i'm going to defy. The governor's unconstitutional mandates. Were passing out. Communion were touching everybody. I'm touching people's eyeballs. When they get here. We're killing and tell to come arrest me swell. Every time before i got born again i'd get coked up or drunk i've arrested i'll i'm like let's get arrested for jesus now that i'm a christian right me. You're just the kind of trouble that we're looking for. In my organization you were hired. Young men are. And i'm but i'm telling you. Is that walter brennan. I'm telling you seriously that we have a lot of people in america. Have that fiery attitude. And i gotta say i think i'm one of them's i come and get me. They do you dare come on. Let's see what you got because really most people know this is crazy. This is ridiculous. So god bless you for your courage and for all the pastors and all the americans that think the way you do but for those who don't wow they need to see when passes interested so you had that attitude what happened. Yeah so so we did that. The some local press covetous and was positive right. There's a modest press out there so we'll maybe in kentucky kentucky. Just a few so back swamps have. We did a back to church sunday. Yeah we kicked it off of fox. News picked it up. Newsmax picked it up. Everybody picked it up. Woke up one morning on fox news and five thousand churches over the next three weeks across america opened up the pledge with us at pg dot today peaceably gathers our organization. That were opened up the church. We're not shutting down again to you. Unleash this on them. We unleashed should on them. We were telling you one of the first big voices in america. That came out swinging on that then. Obviously guys like jack hibs were. Were right there with us. Johnny committee jack hibs. Yeah jack. you're no longer my best friend. Yeah brian head of the class to the punch. So jack needs to step up his game. Well honestly i'm glad to get this story because i think when the history of this season is written. It's important that we understand how this all happened. Because i just heard this now. I didn't know that you were that guy. And isn't it interesting that when somebody steps up and is willing to do the right thing and to be brave and say come on. Get me whatever it is. I'm gonna do the right thing. It inspires others. It leads to stuff so we are about inspiring. People say folks now is the time to stand if you do not. You're part of the problem. I'm just saying if you go with the flow. You are now part of the problem. This is bad. This is a season where everybody has to kind of figure out where you stand. So we're gonna alvin. How much time do we have. We're gonna go so all right. So what. What happened after that We did that and so churches come online. Across the nation religious liberty was the story everywhere right and then the all of the riots broke out in america right. The narrative trump came out and said churches essential and which was which was a big win for us. That's what we're pushing for. But the narrative got changed with all of the the burning down your local grocery store. Stop this last summer but isn't arson free speech. Well it's mostly peaceful isn't murder and mayhem free speech. Yeah so so you wanna talk about that person. What about when. I didn't stab him all those other second focus on that. It was mostly a nonviolent stabbing. Yeah ball i believe as christians were people apiece right but that doesn't mean i'm a pacifist but i believe that most pastors and most christians stand there nice little sanctuaries nicely green rooms and i said what we gotta do is we gotta go where the trauma the drama and the mayhem is and we started going into places like chop. We're gonna we're gonna come back to that. We're coming to you from the anarchy which is loaded with khaki wearing coward pastures and ministry.
"gibson" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Being. It's been weeks there's no food. The bathrooms are it's like a sinking cruise ship here. It's unbelievable were trapped in here. We've got the swine flu. The what was that thing. The shriners snow. What was that. Legionnaire's disease were trapped on this boat. It said anyway. We're trying to make the best of it and we're recording. It's recording from hitler's bunker Mrs just walked by. She's in tears. I have is my guest. Brian gibson now brian. I i met you yesterday. And you're not somebody that's easy to sum up one of the joys of the rb as bumping into folks like you and and then being able to have you on the program but you're you're tough to some so you're a pastor in kentucky and texas correct. Yes yeah. Been pastoring now. Seventeen years got campuses in west. Texas and western kentucky conveniently located twelve hundred miles apart. Where did you grow up. grew up in kentucky farm kid from kentucky and it s why eerie net piece of cold squirrel. While you're talking. One hundred percent so your pastor but when we spoke yesterday you were sharing with me. How in the last few years. You've gotten seriously involved In what is happening in this country. You've preached on the street in places like the fake autonomous zone in seattle chop or chaz chaz bono or chastity bono or whatever it's called so how did this happen for you. When did you suddenly get awakened to the madness. While believe this one hundred percent and of hung my life on this verse. Jesus said matthew sixteen eighteen. I will build my church and the gates of ill will not prevail against you. Don't take that literally come on literally. I'll take it and my favorite place in the world's in northern israel rights philip philipot. You ever been up there before. No oh you gotta go so. There's this massive rockwall right And at the top of it. There's a there's a cab at the bottom of it for the spring came out. Fountainhead of the jordan river. Oh i know which you know where i'm talking about now. So so up there that they worship pagan gods right. Pan caesar up there. They worship zeus up. There and know observant jew would go close to it right. Jesus took his disciples. There says right there where it's dark. Words messed up where it's broken. He says i will build my echinacea my church the gates of hell won't prevail against it so i think the church's mission is not to stay where it safe not to stay where it's warm not to stay where it's pleasant out to be conference but to be in the red light district of bangkok to be at fat tuesday or mardi gras to beware hell's breaking loose. The traffic breaks loose. This is the kind of crazy that i am all about. That's why i knew. I like to and loved you. So how do you live that out. I mean you've got a family. You pass their churches. How do you. How do you personally live that out. Yeah well this last year. I mean i started my church in a bar where guys got busted for dealing a co connects and i thought man. This would be a great place. What ecstasy so drug. The next that's the street. Name for ecstasy. Yeah yeah so. I thought what a better place to start a church turn turn a tavern into temple right and so that's an rda and this last year when they locked down the churches you know we passer church. Four locations couple thousand people Two different states different governors one here in texas governor abbott. A very different perspective than governor. Bashir fuhrer bashir right in in kentucky. So you're kentucky you're in kentucky people's values in kentucky are pretty middle america. Then we had bashir that every night who would get on his fireside chat. Talk about the church talk about pastors. Talk about cova and hammer us night after night after night. And you mean kentucky which i would think of as a red state. You have a governor with a blue state brain a leftist off. Think think if Cuomo and you know the galley going to blog yo had a child that would wreak of nature. Yeah we say that in love but yes so you're talking about the. How does how does kentucky elected governor like that. Well we had matt bevin before. Who is a stud that dude as a hero. I have known him. he's a he's a hero. Well he's to have up brand for him in the governor's mansion. Yeah i mean. He's better preacher than i am. And great leader but he took on the teacher's pension trying to straighten out in the state of kentucky and bashir's father destroyed it when he was governor of state. there the state of kentucky. Yeah so he took on the teacher's union and they got a tit for tat fighting aids. Family program you watch now. I'll be careful listen. The past bible church is sitting in the. He's going to be on here next. I just want you to clean it up my repent right. The program unbelievable. So here's here's what what goes on Bevin goes after that pension has a war public war with the teachers. Yes and they take him out and He had a bad peo- some bed. Peo- we we're in a war because he's a hero are we. Don't have to get into this. But i'm saying that when covance started. I guess you saw this. You'd had enough. And but what did you do to to When did you what did you do about it. I guess to bring you to where we are now. Because i've heard your story. And i want you to my audience while the health department tried to shut us down for passing out easter eggs. Two kids a while. The mcdonald's is is pushing french fries. Communist coffees putting out breath as lot days. But the church can't give an egg to the the kids. And i hope everybody is listening people having their private conversations but people listening on this program when you're trying to do it's not even god's work you just trying to do the normal thing it's east or you're passing out east and some. Sob comes from the government and tells you can't do that now in a civilized country you pull out a gun and say get off my property or i will kill you because that is so offensive to an american in a free country that they would behave that way and but we're supposed to act as though well we have different points of view. This is absolute madness has been unleashed on america. And a normal person..
"gibson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Bulletin with UBS
"Had socrates. I love that collaborative spirit and energy dignifies again. It's like what is craft an art and it elevates at all create. something that's new and different. I think i'll tell you know interesting digital media. Because i feel like i am making this work for other native audiences that are kind of spread out because we can send video digitally so easily we can show it. I just think it's important that this community of artists who i'm working with you know we really have a lot of power to kind of support ourselves in many ways that i just keep thinking about. Maybe even the way that i went to grad school that was significant for me. I mean it's a huge deal. But that kind of i don't know just ability to to operate as if there are no boundaries. I like what's happening. San instagram where artists can be you know self actualize and put themselves out there without you know always waiting for the gallery to come and save them and make something out of them and i i loved that energy and i love to see these artists taking things into their own hands right using media to share their work. You're asking me. Do i feel more pressure now at this stage of my career. And it's one of the things what you were just saying. I feel like it's it's my job to keep my practice going. You know it's like my job to develop the paintings further. It's my job to develop the text further and hopefully. I've got a lot of years to do this. Still but i i think another thing that i always talk artists. I'm just like anyone else's job to make your work for you or tell you what to make or to tell you what's interesting. It's like you've got to go. Do it perfect. Well thank you so much for having us here. Jeffrey wonderful to be in the space..
"gibson" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Very cool. Is there after this series over. Is there every a. You're planning that far ahead to maybe do something else. After this book series coming up called every name I'm hard at work on book. One actually quantum has gone to the editor. That's the fourth book of the ancient series So it's what the editor and i've moved onto the other evidence series though. I'm working on the first book about series and yet outlined to book series. So we'll see how it goes. We'll see whether the characters run away with me or not so you shave every more so you still kind of feeling out who the leads are and that kind of thing you know. It's really interesting. People ask authors. I think it's the most frequently asked question is how how do you come up with characters. What inspires your characters for me. They just show up and and they actually audition character auditions in my head. And then if you make it out of my head and onto my longhand journal you get your own page and those characters that are just so strong they refuse for to be. Ignored are the characters that end up in books and I never. I never questioned them. It's always very very certain that they belong in a certain place at a certain time and occasionally i have characters to show up and and don't seem to belong anywhere and what i find is. They've got their place. But it may not be for two books so i have individual journals for those those characters that that just refuse to go away used to go away and that actually The the female lead in the ever need stories She she showed up in. I during a time. I was still working on games. Flies for jamir series. I kept john the curtain in my head and saying no not yet. I'm busy and she never would go away. And it dawned on me where she belonged and she had her own worlds the they they just show up by had some wingmen that refused to go away. I keep them locked in a closet upstairs and they belong in ever need to so now. They've all got now. Runamuck nasa But that's just what happens with me. And and it's kind of the same for the entire stories. An interviewer just asked me the other day of. If i just saw the entire series or or if i just thought a book at a time and for me it set umbrella. It's that that beginning and end but for me. It's not beginning of a book and end of a book. It's the beginning of the series. All the way to the end of the series. So i actually see where the characters are going before. I start writing and for me. That's what works. And i know every writer is different so i'm an out liner. I like to see outlines. I don't want to start something if i can't see the end because the person can waste a great deal of time writing story. That goes absolutely nowhere. And i've done it so you know one hundred pages later you go..
"gibson" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Welcome to getting to the truth. This art i am your host ropley and today i have the pleasure of speaking with artists producer queer ours. You'd all relatives my man gibson. How does it going and how you doing almost la energy in the beginning. I like this bring it. I just bring it a flip. A table sometimes over honestly so yeah i wanna thank you for coming on. Glad we were able to organize this in. Get this sorted out because you know for for us to be in the same area more often than not over the last week last few weeks is like just paul microphone into the interview interesting interesting perspective on seeing each other in a pass like weeks of holidays this being around like some some political debates in such setting down in in relatives Basements and talking about things. So i wanna get into some questions about your art in which you're working all right now so if you want we can just go right into it. So tell us a little bit about. The show tells a little bit about your work. Well i'm a singer. Don't rap anymore but i guess i got that skill undermining my bill but mainly sing produce deals direction. Rag than you know song right Make a lot of music you know. I just sit all day at a desk and just make everything that comes to my head. And would you like me my john room. You'll feel free. Hit the army. I know how bad you want me to break down. I mean yeah. I read something in the spotify and i was like. That's a fire tagline. Something making like sad songs for the queer home users today. And i was like i like it. I mean because that's that's genuinely how right. Because like i mean if you want to talk about genres more experiments or be mixed which way i guess people would put indie pop near what i like. A lot of variations of public like two thousands pop show like But just those two. But i mean at the baseline day when i'm sitting down. I mean i'm just really rainfall like my queering like non minor homes. All the should really going through in like in a mean still like. I don't want i'm writing. Don't try to put like a agenda charter. Make it as transparent so everybody can truly connected so so so recently you had a. You had to release that. That came out recently. Tell us about that a little bit. Yes frontline lawn. Yeah that was. Just one of the first singles off my project that i've been making and Grates on amazing song. Like i made it with a brand from school. A is another artist from baltimore. That was in a collective called Ricky bad sounds okay. Really great really. Don't collective and yet his crazy really long. It's on homey. Jesse would slap so hard and my whole notion of all. I wanted to like really like make a video like visuals. Make make a whole thing. Only because i feel like with this project making that was like one of delight headline banners for the project of how it's really going to sound and Just sign excited man. It was crazy. I came across. I think it was either sent to me. Or i think maybe a gentleman behind you know this is full like audio. You have a gentleman behind you wearing odd colors right now. He's he's sitting over. And i was like okay. This looks fires know delve into it. Because you get stuff all the time but definitely when it's someone that you know either directly or indirectly you wanna give it a little bit more of a you can either go one or two ways. You can go wild critical like this might be buns or you can just go like i need to dove into this out of respect to this person. And that's the way. I approached it and i was like okay. I like this in slaps. And i you know much. Congratulations for you to get out there and it sounds like it's something that's very important to you to. It was honestly aborting record that i wrote for just like my music. Despite persson it was made sexual asked like honestly like what's the actual idea around him but it was super more of just being seventeen. Just lost glen bernie and dating somebody with like a dope front lawn always hung out at but we always hung out their house and like that lawn in that house of super significant for me in my travels and just growing up in my and it was just a really renamed coordinate record and if felt like a transition in my career or just like mental mental anguish and how i write songs in how i'm getting better and how like like this like two years ago three years ago when i i like really making music and so i was really record. I sold shortly. Sean amazing great. So and that's what you're supposed to feel is your movie you want to feel. You wanna take pride in what you're doing like when anybody asked me anything you know you how you might put something together and it might not be exactly what you want it. Come with extreme aquarian confidence. And i'm saying specifically for kyle back. They're extreme aquarian confidence or someone's like yo so how you feel about. This is your best episode. It's like my most recent one you know and it's like you want to take pride in what you're doing you want to take it. You wanna make sure it's that that thing and it's indicative of where you feel you're at as artisan as a creative How do you feel about maybe your some of your earliest of like maybe your first leg record or your first piece of production on the first time you say you know what i want to delve into this creative space. How do you feel. When did you start. And how do you feel. You've grown creatively. There do you feel like more of a voice in the last few years or do you feel like i am more confident and putting my voice out there now started back in two thousand sixteen was really. I wouldn't say it's out of the room. And i about like smith i was like i've been super assess obsessive about things that are really enjoyed and kind of musicals. Kind of like this subconscious. Name my dad. My mom just collecting a lot of records and stuff like that and it was like listen all time. Whenever i listened to music transcend me would just change into like a different person. I felt like.