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Fresh "Gore" from PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman
"You're trying to get a change here. Pulock, a feat of middle grabbed by Anthony Pavilion across the blend of Bailey, right point winds it to the lightning or corner over the stick of McDonnell traps it down, though. McDonough turns it up the near side for Palat. He'll flip it out skate race the puck, Kucherov is going to get to it. One on one against pellet across the blue line to the left circle tried to go across ice that hit off pellets stick and deflects out of play will be an offensive zone face off for the lighting. Still up in the game one Nothing with 2 31 left in the first well, again, the puck bouncing like crazy. Nice little tip by Cizikas, but not good enough. Lightning have a two on one. Hollande comes down and blocks it. That's what survived. Got attorney shooter. Just turned. Shoot it. I mean, polite they should survive. Lot. Offensive zone face off here for the Lightning. Johnny Gore will take it against parcel. Cars. L wins. Another was two for two tonight, Lady. Rims it out around the far boards down the ice. It goes, it will be an icing. Another writing? Yeah, we'll see if the lading pick the same side actually going to send out a different line like watching that game last night. Well, I watch. Take it. I can. How many Isis? You're there. Imagine. Did you watch it all day? I didn't. Oh, but I'll take your word for it was unbelievable. I did see Montreal. A good night in the faceoff circle. Yes, He sure did. Weight wins the face off Hedman CenterPoint. Point Q trough. He is checked by Mayfield. It's out of the zone Everly Everly, Busting free in the right way across the blood is a step right circle and shoots saved by vasilevskiy Ribbon bars. L is hungrily after the puck tried to center pull it knocks it away. Couldn't clear it out, though. Held in at the Love Point, Pelican Left corner. Matt Barzel, Marcel Spinning Barzel.
Segura's 2nd Straight Walkoff Lifts Phils Over Yankees 8-7
"Jean Segura provided a walkoff hit for the second straight game to push the Phillies past the Yankees eight seven so gross scored Ronald Torreyes with an infield single in the tenth inning it came after DJ lemay who launched a tying three run Homer in the night for the Yankees Bryce Harper doubled had two singles and drove in two for the Phils who have won five of six the last three wins have been in walk off fashion Gary Sanchez a roommate or gore homered for the Yankees losers in six of their last eight games Aroldis Chapman has been a loser in the Yankees last two contests on the ferry
Fresh update on "gore" discussed on PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman
"Gets it again, right? Single stamp goes high slot. Cirelli, can he hold it in? Yes, Anthony Cirelli. Needs to stamp goes right corner in front for Killorn couldn't pull the trigger on a shot. That was great defense by Nelson and Pulock tying up Lawrence stick, denying a chance at the very least one of lightning in the first Got to tell you. What does it look like? The puck is bouncing all over. Really, really bouncing all over. Looks like a ball out. Good shot. By Sarah Leah REBOUND by Stamkos. And well, I'm afraid of me made the save when the puck is like that, in the race is probably pretty bad. You've got to be careful with the pass is got to be He's on face of wind for Pageau. And the puck is going to be ice here. Special one to drive and he's gonna have to win. Another one. Here is violators. Place the puck off the face off win 8 43, left the first one of the Tampa bag and face off will come back. Into the Islanders zone. To the right of the goalie. They actually set up the Yanni Gord line and move it to the right of the goalie schedule. On the face off it was paella could ice that last part 01 by Gore bit McDonald stepped up in the puck slid right past it. Blake Coleman tracks the puck to his own defensive end. Private at turn, AC Go back to Coleman. Sajak almost got to stick in the way too cute. They're coming up the far side for Barkley. Good role rattles it Cross.
Seven Deadly Sins | Glutton for Punishment
"Gluttony doesn't just mean fat it's basically like overindulgence of anything. It could be wealthy items like golder trinkets and it could just be food. It could be drink. It could be anything in excess. But we're probably going to be focusing mostly on over. Consumption of things are basically make you fat. Some people would this as a status symbol as the bigger you were especially way back in the day the more riches you had the more food you're a blue ford and the more you you're able to shove it down your stupid face. You were seen as rich and powerful for big and fat kind of the gist of it. The last week we talked with the demon associated with lust. And that's going to be the same today just a short little thing. The demon associated with gluttony is belfair gore. I believe we talked about him in our hierarchy of demonic lordships series. I we did just before this one. So i'm not gonna go too much into it. Then he is the demon associated with gluttony. Now what is gluttony mean exactly wall in latin it's derived from google and blue tr or glue tire and it just means to gulp down or wallo essentially does mean an overindulgence of food drink or wealth items and it can be seen as a status symbol lizzy used to be in christianity. It is considered a sin if the desire for food causes it to be withheld from the needy. Some christian denominations consider gluttony. One of the seven deadly. Sins will get more into so yes. Hoarding food means you are a bad person especially if there are other people out there who needed
Fresh update on "gore" discussed on Vicki McKenna
"Whatever zoning is, we have a green infrastructure plan. A, uh, economist from the Mercatus Center just came out. And said This would hurt the environment because it's going to push economic activity abroad The poor country with lower standards, So all of these things in here and this, you know that you have also AOC pushing the climate Corps and all these different things. This is, by the way, Al Gore's all for this infrastructure bill. He is personally lobbied Joe Biden's visit to the White House. He invested his firm invested 55 million, an electric car battery company. And guess who is poised to receive a big paycheck or from paycheck, But a big government subsidy check. If this passes, Al Gore is doing what he does best in broad daylight. He's lobbying for his own self interest. We just lost Mark Crap. Um, I think we just lost him on Skype entirely. Yep. You there, Mark. That sounded catastrophic. I certainly hope he didn't get hit by lightning or taken out by, you know, a low flying helicopter. Something like that, but he's right. Al Gore is going to stand to benefit. To get millions and millions and millions of dollars. In perpetuity in this infrastructure bill, it's we're going to take a break here. Here. Take that out of my ear. If you don't mind just pop that down, because that's Yeah. Thanks very much autumn. I appreciate it. Um, I don't know what happened to mark The Republicans are going to help this happened. That assumes that assumes that Chuck Schumer is willing to accept. Um, I guess his defeat on reconciliation with the big bill that we're probably going to see Republicans hand Joe Biden victory. You know we were facing An existential threat to the future and survival of the republic. The Republicans instead of wanting just to stand together and say This guy isn't even competent enough to recognize who gets introduced at the G seven He's not competent enough to remember what he's supposed to say, without note cards. He's not competent enough to actually answer questions off the cuff. But 11 Republicans want to make sure that we keep pretending this guy is anything That resembles a leader Mark you back. Yes, my back. All right, let's one thing before we have to. Actually. And this segment here I do want to talk about Joe Biden running headlong into a federal judge. And the cancellation of new oil and gas leases by the Biden administration was shot down. Shot down, you know, at point blank range by this charge. And by the way, this is to suggest that it is unlikely that Biden will prevail as if he wants to continue to push this through the court system. But is there something at least at the federal court level that could allow some escape hatches for some of the nightmare that might be visiting the United States like, for instance, federalizing all zoning Because of the Trump judges. Let's hope so. But then it comes down to the Supreme Court as well. But Trump appointed 226 federal judges during his four years And that almost you know, is close. It still fell short. But Obama appointed a little over 302 years and his two terms. So what? Trump was able to do these judges now? Hopefully our last refuge, But I was a little disheartened to see like the Supreme Court now Amy Comey, Barret voting with John Roberts. And, you know, it seems like we only have two conservatives on the Supreme Court. So if it comes down to that, I'm not very optimistic. The OBAMACARE ruling, which was announced, I guess earlier today or last night. Yesterday. Um so, but I think these other judges are hopefully going to stop it. And we have a lot of lawsuits that are going to be coming down the pike. Everything, by the way, from covid the climate to energy to these kids, climate lawsuits to all the drilling into all the the banning and so let's hope that these judges can be a ray of hope, but I gotta tell you, Vicky, I just I've never been impressed. And in our last 50 years of judges, stopping much of anything of the project progressive agenda, they might delay it occasionally, but they pretty much have you know progressives own the judiciary. Even when the so called judges are conservative. I put that into that's true and another thing is that they never stop. The exact same claim will be made in a different way in a different circuit. You'll see this over and over and over again. It's It's how you know nobody wants to defund the police. And then all of a sudden you wake up one day and the police are defunded. Nobody wants light rail and you wake up some day and the light rail passes. This is what you know Nobody wants X wire Z, but you wake up one day and suddenly it's there. And that is because what conservatives never do is look at it as a long battle. The Democrats. The progressives look at this over the span of multiple generations, and this takes us 100 years to get. We're willing to wait that long, not the conservatives. It's one and done. And so one lawsuit will be filed the the one that stopped the the ban of the leases the cancellation of the leases. Um, but you don't want to years from now, five years from now, Is it going to be successful? Probably not because we're making the mistake of relying on the courts, Uh, when we know that the courts are basically owned lock, stock and barrel by the left. Yeah, And I guess you say they get creative judicially. They'll just keep coming at it. They'll use other judges. Other courts ruling and I say, I don't have much confidence in the final court of all of this, even on big stuff like we could be facing everything from Vaccine passports to you know to all to you wear. The Supreme Court is now I don't know. I've lost all confidence in Amy Comey Barrett have lost obviously. Jonah Roberts. I'm not confident in Alito. So the higher you go the worst. But the lower you go..
Exploring Parkour, Resonance, and the Good Life With Dr. Signe Højbjerre Larsen
"And so we'll be exploring seen as most article with the title. Parker playing in the modern accelerated sitting and the paper was published in the journal of philosophy sport. And in this work. She's exploring the ideas of alien nation and non alienated human experience which is something that she argues could take place at least momentarily in in the practice of park gore. So let's just start with what were some of the ideas and questions that you wanted to explore in in this work so in the this id paper abbas interesting in the in describing of the profound at the end meaningful experiences that they the petitioners have monday at practicing the cooler. So they are. So of course is characterized by this change in position. So you see and you experience the the urban spaces a different way and the ad also fill heavily connected to to the environment that you Do moving in. And the because of that. I found russillo concept of resonances very bill fitted to to describe and to analyze some of these experiences that the that the petitioners have when they practicing Also because founded quite interesting that we We spending a lot of money and time and resources to make very nice urban spaces in public so we put up a lot of green stuff. We benches the covers to make it attractive to people to dwell in open space. But when i looked at the partition acid in peculiar then not attracted to that kind of stuff. A they are attracted to places that we could the crash by characterizing the mess none places you know disgusting places Unimportant places the places that you don't even recognize because it's just the on the backside of a supermarket where have some railings. Awesome wool saw all the concrete walls a and fauna quite interesting. That the that decision of fine these non places so attractive is an ex leaf feels connected to these places when the when they are moving in them. So i find that quite interesting. And i figure i actually find out that the theory residents and especially also bought a siphon could could explain why the petitioners were so connected to the yeah non places in in urban
Oversight Board to Facebook: Nice Try
"If you're a very specific type of person. You might have spent wednesday morning waiting anxiously to find out whether former president trump will be allowed back gun facebook if were kentucky or news or politics or spend a lotta time on facebook. You'll probably doing what i was doing. Repeatedly refreshing twitter waiting for the headline and wondering whether facebook's independent oversight board would say the company was right to kick trump off indefinitely back in january after the capital. Riots on wednesday. All eyes will be watching as the board makes a decision that will send ripples through the republican party. Washington dc and across the world the board to be honest. It's kind of what i expected. Kate clinic was doing waiting to see whether this board which is kind of like a supreme court for the company would agree with facebook or not before wednesday they had to. The company was wrong to take something down four out of five times and this decision about trump was the biggest one yet. What were you doing when you're waiting for the oversight board's decision breathlessly refreshing online to see what they were gonna take no. I was teaching class. Actually like i had a horrible timing of coming out directly coinciding with an internet law class. That i'm teaching right now for cornella. This class was at cornell but most of the time. Kate is a law professor at saint. John's university and she more than almost anyone outside facebook gore. The oversight board itself has spent the past few years thinking and writing about how to make something like the oversight board work. I was in class and my my students. Put the link to it in the chat for me. It was very cute. The board said yes okay. Facebook did the right thing into spending trump but an indefinite suspension was not appropriate and they said facebook needed to figure out its policies. Fast
What if all worms were gummy worms?
"If all worms were gummy worms. So are they alive. Yes this mean to their live. But they're just made a gummy. Yes they gotta be alive. I think it's just they're alive and they move around and stuff and they're made of gummy instead of made a worm. Okay so this is. This is not a this is a attorney angeles. What happens to me warm when it gets wet. It can't be good. I don't think. I think a gummy can absorb water and increase in size without like dissolving. It dissolves a gummy worm. Would desire all you did a whole answer where you said. That gumy's don't dissolve. Yeah i remember seeing something. I remember seeing something someone on the internet. That was gilly. bears become twice their size. That was for this podcast gingerbread house. Because you're doing like pipes that's yeah. That is what it looks like. Yeah so when it rains. Gummy worms would get bigger. They would goring swollen so all the i mean normally when it rains worms like they rise to the surface soil. But i don't know what would happen in this case. Would they just like heave the soil. There's not that many worms soil incomprensible like you can squish soil to make it slugging underground gets bigger. It won't push the ground up that same amount if they're very surface level. Maybe gaga's aren't that many worms because i don't i don't think the behavior would change latino mcgregor worms like they come up when it rains just because they want to. Is that why they come up. I always said it had something with the rain. Forces them up. Somehow i was assuming it was to avoid drowning but do worms breathe out marine at. That's something to do with the pressure that happens in the soil. Blake pushes him up. The worms can't get oxygen when the soil is flooded so they come to the surface debris a rate i was right is ring. Good for worms. Probably not
Wildfires Can Contaminate Outdoor Marijuana Crops
"As more states. Pass laws permitting. Marijuana use the legal barriers to growing cannabis are crumbling but wildfires. Pose risks to many outdoor growers in california and the pacific northwest. Jonathan vodka is ceo of front range biosciences a colorado based biotech company that breeds hemp and provides nursery expertise to cannabis growers. He says wildfire smoke in temporarily block out sunlight that can shorten the time. The plant spends growing branches and leaves. It can stunt the growth it can even with a photosensitive plant like cannabis closet it to go into early. Flowering that can reduce the overall yield soot. An ash can also settle onto leaves and soil. Some of it can be cleaned off but much is still unknown about how wildfire smoke can affect the plants in the longer term fought says smoke could taint the flavor or even worse if buildings or structures that contain lead or fire retardants burn than you can actually ended up with even much more toxic types of compounds that can contaminate your crop as the climate changes. Wildfires are getting more extreme law. Gore's ac new opportunities as canada's laws change they may also face growing
Finding New Uses for TNF Inhibitors
"Jim thanks for joining us. It's my pleasure to be talking with you today. We're gonna talk about tumor. Necrosis factor or tanf the role. It plays in inflammatory conditions and one hundred and eighty life. Sciences develop new therapies that target. Tanf i'd like to start with a little history though early in your career you served as chief scientific officer and senior. Vp of research and development center core and led the team that developed remedied. The firsthand inhibitor. When you were doing this at what point did the raw potential for tanf. Inhibitors become clear. Will the it's fascinating story in that When i joined santa are chief scientific officer. They had a very very large substance program going on treating patients with sepsis and they had a gm antibody against endotoxin and The day initial data was a little unclear and the fda required them to do in all comers sepsis trial and that failed and senator gore was in big problem. Because of that lot of people it actually hired a salesforce to sell this stuff so We were talking with the clinicians who treat substance patients. They were convinced that it really was tian out. Tumor necrosis factor that was causing the inflammation and the death of these patients. And so we did have an antibody against tanf that was made and we humanized. And i treated about fifty patients with sepsis with this anti and and nothing happened
Communicating With the Connected Conversation Script
"So i have literally had many many clients say during a couples therapy session. Hey can can you. Just tell me what to say here. So that i don't actually make things worse and for years i would think to myself on. It's not as difficult as you are making it out to be. It's just all about being empathetic or show genuine curiosity what your spouse is telling you but in reality i guess it is kind of difficult and that really doesn't mean that there is something wrong with you or certainly not with your spouse. We just haven't necessarily learned how to not only be curious but how to remain curious when our spouses something that gets us all up in our emotions so for example a couple of days ago i had a fellow. Bald husband couches. His wife sitting by aside and we're just warming up where we're getting ready. We're building some rapport to get ready to dive into some serious couples therapy and the wife had passed a gentleman in my waiting room. Who had just hair for days on his head his beard and she's made a comment as we were sitting down about how she just. She loved his hair. She coveted hair. She wanted his hair and her you could see. He just visibly withdrew back in my couch and then for about five minutes just seemed kind of out of it and so when we finally started diving into therapy he said can bring something up and he said. It's obvious that she wishes that i had hair like that guy. How am i supposed to compete with that. And his wife said not on. So i can't even comment about somebody's hair without you getting upset and i literally called a timeout with my hands and everything and i had them pull out my s gore connected conversation script. And that's why we're gonna talk about today. And these amazingly wonderful professional people who have been married for over twenty years one with an advanced degree read from the script these things to say and things to ask and things not to say these things that i call landmine statements. Nobody wants to step on a landmine and by the end of the session. They were connected. They had been able to communicate about this very conversation around the skies luxurious glorious hair which i do admit i wish i could have his hair as as well
Coronavirus: Long-Haul Covid
"Just last week is that. He came out looking at the plight of kobe. Lung haulers people experiencing something called brain fog. Could this be the beginning of a whole new phase of copa nineteen drawn out error of persistent symptoms. Adhered help us understand. This phenomenon is dr eager corral mc he's neurologist at northwestern university and head of northwestern's clinic for kobe related neurological symptoms. Dr gore corral. Nick welcome to science rules drawn virus edition. May i call you e gor. Yes bill you may an thank you very much for inviting me. I'm delighted to be distancing socially with you and to all your listener what are the symptoms of long-haul what what goes on with you if you're a long haul corona virus person. This is excellent question and the long kohler is a term that has been chosen by patients themselves and Those patients mostly had a mild covid nineteen disease at onset with the you know transients respiratory symptoms including some cough sore throat ogi. The fever may be muscle that when away and thereafter despite the fact that they did not never give develop pneumonia or were never hospitalized. They developed those lingering persistent and beating symptoms that mean volve the nervous system cardiac and the respiratory system as well as
Biden Assails Georgia Voting Law as ‘Jim Crow in 21st Century’
"Folks to these people ever tell you the truth ever. Do you ever ask yourself that. Are you ever embarrassed to be a liberal. I'm serious do you wake up in the morning convinced you're on the right side of history despite a coordinator copious of facts. Kicking you in the kahane's every morning. Nothing you're saying is true voter. id and georgia. That's jim crow. Various happening right now in california virginia and new jersey's jim crow no not that those are democrat governors. Oh it's only jim. Crow happens in a republican leaning state. Does that make any sense. It does if you're a moron. Voters are with me really based on. What the polling. That three quarters of voters with you. That means voters are with you. Twenty five percent of people. Support your position. That means voters are with you in. Joe biden's math world of al gore math. He's probably right however in the same universe with the laws of arithmetic apply. He's absolutely wrong
Yilmaz nets hat trick as Turkey beat Netherlands 4-2
"Let's welcome in craig. Burley julian laurent and moreno guys. Plenty of world cup. Qualifiers to discuss. Let's start with the pick of the day from wednesday in group g turkey a four two victory over the netherlands bracket mouse with the hat trick. Telenovela scored as well david class in luke. Diong the goal scores for the dutch memphis to pie missing a penalty late. See this was a crazy game to come out more impressed with turkey or disappointed in the dutch. Oh definitely disappointed in the dodge. Listen to the tux. Four shorts and four goals. Something something crazier so clearly. The game plan was to keep tight and try and catch jonah. And so for them. It was a perfect game for the dutch yes. They scored two goals away from home. Yes they got. Apparently but all of these things were when it was too late and with a possession. The dutch with the ball particularly in the attack in the did absolutely nothing with so going forward in some respects. They a blunt. Clearly we useful goals. You got problems at the back. Alley pre pandemic. I feel like we were talking about. The dutch is a potential favorite. Dr course at least for the euro's things have certainly changed under frank gore and you just mentioned the name that changed at all frankly war he gets a hold of this national team and it's my goodness this is going to possess the ball to that they're gonna pass the ball sideways and back but when it comes to being efficient in the attack well there ineffective. This is a team that in the first half. Yeah they had all the possession in the world but did nothing with it as stephen. Just alluded to it and then defensively. Not enough for incision not enough work in one v one situations almost prize that the turkish team was actually getting after an attacking them when there were opportunities to do so. This team has all sorts of flaws. But i think the biggest flaw comes from the top frank gore. I just have to say. I have no idea how he got his hands on this national team job and to me it looks like a guy who dosing match the personnel that he has available to him on the field. This team is all over the place
Russian man pleads guilty in Nevada to plot to extort Tesla
"We're used to rent somewhere. Being installed by fishing or water holding or other online social engineering but sometimes the social engineers go old school and trying to do their convincing in person that has its own perils for the scammer. well as the scammed witness one. You gore your gorge cough twenty seven years young and a russian national. Mr creech cough has taken a guilty plea in the district court for the district of nevada copying to conspiracy to tesla employee to introduce malware into his company's systems mr kryukov and his co conspirators intended to use the malware to steal corporate information which they then hold hostage threatening to release it if they weren't paid generous consideration for returning it on released. The employees reported the approach to tesla who reported to the fbi. Who got the goods on mr kov. Sentencing is scheduled for may tenth.
Nearly 100 Arrested in Atlanta Street Racing Roundup
"Than than 100 100 people people arrested arrested in in a street a street racing racing bust bust in in clay. clay. Dayton Dayton County County was was the latest the latest crackdown crackdown on on racing racing in metro in metro Atlanta Atlanta Public Public information information officer officer Aubrey Aubrey Aubrey Aubrey ALS ALS Stroud Stroud playing playing County County police police officers officers were were issued issued a challenge a challenge to to combat combat street street racing racing in in the county, the county, and and we we answered answered it this it this morning, morning, A A total total of 75 of 75 adults adults were were arrested arrested and charged and charged with with Lord Lord Goring Goring or or prowling prowling with with some some being being charged charged with with possession possession of a of firearm a firearm under under the the age age of 18. of 18. 27 27 Juvenile's Juvenile's were were arrested arrested and and their their parents parents were were charged charged with with curfew curfew violations. violations.
At least 100 people arrested for illegal street racing in metro Atlanta county
"Than 100 people arrested in a street racing bust in clay. Dayton County was the latest crackdown on racing in metro Atlanta Public information officer Aubrey Aubrey ALS Stroud playing County police officers were issued a challenge to combat street racing in the county, and we answered it this morning, A total of 75 adults were arrested and charged with Lord Goring or prowling with some being charged with possession of a firearm under the age of 18. 27 Juvenile's were arrested and their parents were charged with curfew violations.
New York Police Department's Enforcement Of Marijuana Laws Still Plagued By Extreme Racial Disparities
"Again under scrutiny in Gotham is Jake. Often hearts reports in 2020. The NYPD arrested 437 people and issued more than 10,000 summonses for marijuana possession. Those figures represent a dip from past years, but racial disparities in the stops have remained consistent. More than 94% of those arrested or summons were people of color, according to a new analysis from the legal aid Society. Public Defender group, says that the data underscores the grow Gore's unequal impact on communities of color and the urgency for legalization. Either the NYPD or the mayor's office responded to enquiries about the disparities. Tonight we'll see some
Celtics Trade Rumors: Nikola Vucevic
"Do have interesting trade rumors. We didn't want to wait till after to get to them and they involve a bunch of big names that we've been kicking around on the thread on the on the live streams all of this time some really big fish out there. The Celtics are supposedly in on so we'll go Name by name. But again, this is Shams very plugged in the Athletic Club throwing out vucevic throwing out Jeremy Grant throwing out Harrison Barnes. These are all enticing names and honestly those three plus there and Gordon are probably the big fish house on the market Garden Of course dealing with the sprained ankle. So teams are wait and see there but those are the big names out there. We've been hearing them all the time. I'm going to start with Bobby's boy boo Savages. Part of that report was that it's going to be a massive Hall that we've been debating on all day Bobby what that actually entails but first this you turned on this guy meaning turned back towards this guy as Gore guy tell us why tell us what you think what you'd be willing to give up here for the Celtics to get it done. So I was never the biggest fan him and the sticks were previously invested in him during that Kemba Walker offseason. They were hot on him cuz they had the max cap space after Kyrie and Mortadella could have filled him down the middle. So there's a connection there. Obviously Kemba came along and grab that bone. Now, you have the chance to have four All-Stars on the team of chemicals affect them. They hated it. Yeah, and I still don't love it now, but I think context is everything you don't have cap space forever now wage only so many ways you can improve in the future. So why not grab the best player available? And I think out of all the options were going to talk about today. This guy's an All-Star. He pushes 30 points a game on many birth. It's eye dominant. Rebounder. Probably one of the best rebounders in basketball this year defense. We'll see I think it's all situational but he's kind of a disaster down there in Orlando defensive or a that could change in Boston and the three-point shot by zone is the best 3-point shooter above the break and basketball this year. So that's perfect in Boston pick-and-pop off and he'd get open shots above the are called a there he can post up he's seven feet. I know people will love that. He's a real big so he just give them a bunch of different options and outlets for offense and size that they don't have right now and this is what I love about and to John if they can find a way to clear types in a potential deal here clear Thompson in a game here and you're left with Rob and bukovic. See the dream. That's the dream. So look at it this way though. If you're the other team coming back, your don't want to take on Thompson or Thai so, you know, Rob is automatic berth. Certainly, if you're going to go big, you know to go get somebody else's big. I don't see any world in which you make a trade really any trade at this point in Rob Williams is still a Celtic. So anybody at home saying do do it do it I think has to get used to kind of giving up on their Binky which is Rob Williams, which is going to be hard for a lot of Celtics fans to be able to live with that.
Climate change is our reality. Here's how we're taking action
"Hello everyone. I'm al gore founder and chairman of the climate reality project. This extraordinary moment of great challenge and great loss is obviously also a moment of great awakening and a great opportunity. The global pandemic structural and institutional racism with it's horrific violence the worsening impacts of the climate crisis all of these have accelerated the emergence of a new and widespread collective understanding of our connection to the natural world the consequences of ignoring science and our sacred obligation to build a just society for all the climate reality project. Trains thousands of climate leaders around the world and all one hundred ninety. Five nations advocate for a future humanity deserves. You're about to hear from four very different people who've gone through this week long training and hear how they've been inspired to act. I want to let them speak for themselves. Beginning with he minna. Loria jimena is working in central america to influence public policy and develop young later. She has given presentations on climate of thousands of people and has now created her own gio on her. Costa rica in out two thousand sixteen. Cheney vicks training nine change. I found ngo cold Bells my job has been focused on for me. Orthodox they both sation climate change supporting i see anti-taliban young eaters. Environmental hours somehow having more why and fifty presentations on climate crisis visuals raging personally more than three thousand one hundred people in. I am also proud of being part of eco savvy. Casulaties defy mistake nasseri. Nanna furman born in. Indonesia is a climate advocate extraordinaire and calls herself. A daughter of the rainforest is the muslim coordinator for green faith and co founder of the global muslim climate network. My name is nona man and i am a climate reality leaders in my life journey. I realized that behavior and consumption habits have contributed in environmental degradation and have resulted in global warming. However i believe that people grow spiritually through a strong relationship with the earth being born in the rainforest region of sumatra. I believe in our of our forests as the nejra solution to our climate crisis by giving indigenous peoples and traditional communities more rights to protect and manage the forest where they left now more than ever. It is time for us to look climate justice at the and center of our struggle. It's in the kaduna region of northern nigeria. They call gloria song. Boulos the queen of the climate crisis. Gloria has also founded a cocoon abased. Ngo that is focused on education empowerment and climate as the chemicals plans into training apply for eighty two thousand seventeen house me to be into bill capacity afterwards and they spend on my various action really very of some of my one of chief manages to children of his junior to get up to talk about climate change disclosures of climate change. Some walks have gone around eating me. See the planet. I mean planets scenes.
A Bram Stoker Classic from Haunted Places: Ghost Stories
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"gore" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"So tim because of that injury history. You mentioned frank gore ends up falling to the third round in the two thousand and five draft and he gets taken by the niners. What was frank hoping to find in san francisco as you first. Entered the league. A job really. I mean he just wanted to prove that he could play. And i think that what they saw immediately. Was this this hunger. You know that he was willing to do everything he would. He put in the time in the in the study room. Put in the time on the practice field. He was always the first guy there all the cliches about these great athletes that that that hold true held true with frank but right away. They saw that they had someone who had something different. Had something a little special.
"gore" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Tim kunin you recently. Wrote a profile of frank gore for espn dot com. So what inspired you to take him on as a topic at this particular moment. It's interesting follow. Because i've watched his career forever. I i'm in the bay area. So i followed him when he was with the forty niners and he's always struck me as someone who's sort of exists outside of our current time. Espn's tim. Qa has been writing about the nfl for three decades. Like he's this guy. That's the third leading rusher all time and yet he doesn't really seem to be appreciated or highlight that you can point to. He's just sort of this guy that has just existed forever in our consciousness and right and the fact that he's he's on the jets. He's he's i mean he's their lead back still. It just became this thing like how. How remarkable it is for someone. His age thirty seven years old <hes>. From the two thousand five draft class as a running back is still not only in the league but productive and you spoke to him on the phone for a long time for this story and as you say despite him being this guy with a resume that might be worthy of consideration hall of fame consideration. He is fairly anonymous. So tell us what he's actually like. As a person he is amana few words and he is <hes>. We did have a very long conversation. And you know he's he just is a football guy. I know that sounds like a cliche but everyone you talk to about. Frank says that he's this vont. He's one of those people that that can do these things but isn't particularly good at explaining them. And i think it's partly because what he does is just as is a product of of work and study and just feel and it's another reason why why he's one of a kind. I'm not talking. I'm really not a talker. I know i've been blessed with the bullied. Play football at a high level. I'm glad there every day you know. Give it up all on field in the game. And we'll give my teammates mall to i take advantage of it and why i take advantage of occurs got got taken away from you at college so i know that knows this game not promise nobody as we say in that press conference clipped him. His injuries in college an enormous part of his story early on had come to the university of miami out of nearby coral gables high school as a freshman. He was a backup on that iconic team. That won the two thousand and one national title scoring five touchdowns that year and really impressing people as this up and comer tell us what played out over the next few seasons. You talk about remarkable. I mean he had to l. tears at the university of miami and was on those uteem's with guys like mcgahey in clinton portis in one star after another in the backfield and he pushed himself to overcome these injuries and to compete with those guys obviously for running back. Acl tear is among the worst. And have it have twice in college. You know it would seem to be insurmountable. It cost him some speed as a freshman. He was kind of a revelation as a speed back down. You know what we think of him now isn't necessarily that. It's it's the tough yards and it's the inside yards. So i think he had to adapt a little bit to what he could do when he lost a step or to get the poor right gore riding out what again the man out of coral gables brings the big to the miami hurricane he just wilt himself to become a third round draft. Pick of the forty niners in two thousand five. Only a handful of guys from that drafter still playing in most of them are quarterbacks and kickers.
"gore" Discussed on 5-4
"Yes. That's right that's right. No it's it's true like if you talk about modern era supreme court after everyone agreed that like minorities are human beings. These two guys are the worst. Like there's no question well and rehnquist. So i don't think they believe that in particular is like a relic of before that era right. He was like famously segregationist to was like not on board with brown v board when he when he was clerk at the supreme court is an all time piece of shit but he's dead. Guess emphasize it enough not cannot hit that point. We're gonna circle back a few times over the course of the next several episodes about how that will rank and the finally twenty years too late. The democrats are talking about you. Know supreme court reform. So who knows. Maybe twenty years from now will actually have Some something resembling sanity with this. Yeah i think there's a chance you know I think it added don't an. It's an outside shot. It's an outside shot for sure but was not bullish on it but i think that the cavenaugh experience was like Sort of an awakening for democrats in some regard whether or not they actually do anything as a result is a completely different thing. But i think several like a lot of prominent moderate establishment. Democrats were able to look at that and think like this is sort of naked power play right And didn't the you know. The only question is whether they are able to eventually reckoned with the idea that the proper response is naked power play and not trying to play semantic games or whatever and nominate merrick garland read All right the next episode is going to be. I think a bit of a banger Its citizens united The f. e. c. and Maybe i think maybe the most symbolically-important case of the past decade or so and Something that has sort of become the embodiments of corruption and the distinct level of inequality that we see in the in the in his modern political era. Plenty of stuff to get really pissed off about in the opinion. It's a terrible case. Also one of those cases that law students are told is actually quite reasonable but then when you read it like no this it's so fucking bad it is so it's really bad. Yeah i'm looking forward to taking a big shit on it. Yeah.
"gore" Discussed on 5-4
"Her boss was bush's brother and they're both you know republican minor. Minor point governor. Florida can have all right at the time. Florida law required that votes. Be certified within seven days of the election so the florida circuit court ruled that Counties had to certify their their results but they could amend at a later date At the secretary of state katherine harris's discretion So what happened. Was she issued criteria for these late filings and she asked that the counties that were late in filing that they provide their justifications for why they relate. That sounds fair. yeah no. We'll cheap proceeded to reject them all outright and declare that she's going to certify the results the next day anyway florida's secretary of state katherine harris has announced that she is rejecting any further. The reasons given in their requests are insufficient to warrant waiver of the unambiguous filing deadline. Everything's above it's her prerogative so so okay. The florida supreme court is then like Oh wait a minute There they step in and they join her from certifying those results which allows the the recounts to continue republicans of course are pissed um and on december eighth Following a bunch of legal more legal bullshit. The florida supreme court ordered a statewide manual recount. Yeah and then. That's where bush petitions the supreme court Not for the first time during the case. But for the first time that really matters i think to stay the recount and to halt the recount. This case what you need to do is show that if it proceeded you would be irreparably harmed right right which is usually like in a good example of irreparable harm is like someone is about to destroy like priceless antiques. They literally literally cannot be replaced You know and not subject any monetary value and a court might be right. Don't do that because if you do it. We can't reverse it right. That's the whole point. So spring court grants it despite the fact that there's almost no question that there's no real irreparable harm of the recount. Continue the descent in that case which goes five to four a concert you know. Republicans versus democrats essentially says how can counting every vote be irreparable harm and The retort from the majority will no no that. That's not what we're saying what we're saying. Is that if you accidentally count illegal votes right non-legal votes that would be irreparable harm but doesn't make any sense at all. You could just let let it continue and then if you want to impose standards on it after the fact or scrapped the whole thing right. You could easily do that. It's the definition of reparable. Harm right you could just say no actually votes that are just dimples not punched out. Chad's don't count. And they're all subtracted from the total and that's it you know after this happens. It seems pretty clear how the whole thing's about to shake out right because you still have the main case that essentially.
"gore" Discussed on 5-4
"The supreme court sucks and the only supreme court podcast without a pending title nine investigation river. Very proud of that. We are each episode. We're going to dissect one of the many supreme court decisions that make all of our lives just a little bit worse. Every single day and today is a big one. Bush v gore. Maybe the most shameless decision in supreme court. History it's two thousand now that the nineties have been pretty good to everyone and you have the sort of common election archetype of the boring guy al gore versus the idiot george w bush. And it's like it's a very common of election in america and It is a huge advantage to the idiot. That's right yeah. But the one thing i'll also say is that bush was dumb in a way that now seems like very quaint. Right where like he would say a word wrong. He would say strategically instead of strategy and people were like. Oh my god can this man really be president and that just seems so distant in a world where we have trump. Who's just like a character. You forgot about in the sims wandering from room to room with like a thought bubble with a picture of a hamburger in it alone. His head just like has never a thought that was not a reaction to direct physical stimulus. Nowadays i yearn for president. Who's like biggest issue is that he says like new nuclear nuclear. Which by the way is that pretty much. Everyone said i feel like i get the. That was the first time most people learned how to pronounce that word. That people like wait. We re we should start talking law. What happens yeah no before we get to the lot. I want to be clear that i was on november. Seventh two thousand. I was twelve years old. I had just shaved my head. My and sixth or seventh grade Palestinian small little olive in Suburban texas on election night. Do this When you were younger is like you color. In the map the states you color at blue or red for who goes yup and so i pretty much pot. My my memory is very vague. I can't overstate how important it was to me. At that time that i was a good student. And so it it fucked with me. It traumatized me that. Like i had done red and then blue on florida and i just thought like you know what i failed this assignment. I've i've fucked up so was it was really traumatic Yeah so all the major networks that night..
"gore" Discussed on 5-4
"So cavenaugh going out of his way to cite this concurrence it seems to be signaling very loudly to the republican party to voters writ large. Everyone that like. Hey we are ready to step in to help. Donald trump win this election. Yeah that's i think the big takeaway from from wisconsin and it's worth noting too. I think that even john. Roberts thought that kavanagh's sighting of rehnquist was too extreme roberts specifically wrote that he disagreed with cavenaugh. But that doesn't change the fact that the court here is obviously sending the message that wants justice bear. It is casting her vote. In these cases there will likely be five justices ready to take the side of conservatives who are arguing for curtailing extended deadlines and curbside voting. And anything else. That might make voting more accessible. But you know when we say this is like signaling to other people about the court's willingness to intervene. That's not abstract for example in minnesota right now. A lower federal court used the same logic to change the rules of an election five days before the election takes place. This is a federal appellate court relying on the bush. V gore concurrence in that same logic that cavanaugh endorsed in that we've seen explained by other conservatives to say look. You can't extend this deadline for receipt of absentee ballots. This is pretty outrageous for one thing. This is not supreme court precedent. This was a congruence. This wasn't a controlling opinion. We're talking about a few days before the election. You can imagine if you are a voter id minnesota and your understanding is that you can mail your ballot up to election day five days before the election that changing you might already be too late if you put it in the mailbox tomorrow. Yeah after learning about this ruling. Your ballot might still arrive late and so people who in good faith relied upon laws. That had been in place for weeks. Now might be disenfranchised by this ruling yet. Another as we should mention was sort of the big news of the weekend out of texas. That one is about curbside voting or drop off ballots in short. The republican party was saying that the conditions for drop off voting hadn't been met under texas election law. But what really makes it crazy is that they weren't asking to stop curbside voting. They were asking to throw out all of the ballots that had been legally cast by drop off or curbside voting Titling something like one hundred. Seventeen thousand just unmitigated fascism. Just completely wild ask more conceptually. One thing that has been prominent a lot of the pre election cases. Is that lower courts you know will step in and say no no. We're gonna take this action to sort of protect the integrity of the election. The supreme court has struck them down on the basis of what's called the pursell principle based on this case from two thousand six. I think it was per salvini gonzales. The basic principle is that court shouldn't mess with elections at the last minute because it's confusing so basically in two thousand six. The supreme court sort of says that offhand generally speaking we should not be Intervening in elections at the last moment because it creates.
"gore" Discussed on Let's Get Civical
"Of the case. Following the supreme. Court's decision in Bush v Palm Beach County canvassing board and concurrent with Vice President Al Gore's contest of the certification of Florida presidential election results on December eighth two thousand. The Florida Supreme Court ordered that these circuit court in Leon County? Tolerate by hand nine thousand contested ballots for Miami Dade County nine thousand ballots and. This is coming from. The Florida Supreme Court. Also, ordered that every county in Florida must immediately begin manually recounting all under votes which are ballots as he said, before ballots that did not indicate vote for president because there were enough contested ballots to place the outcome of the election in doubt Governor George Bush, and his running mate. Dick Cheney filed a request for review in the US Supreme Court and saw an emergency petition for a stay of the Florida. Supreme Court's decision like we said the US Supreme Court granted review in issue the stand December ninth it heard arguments a couple of days. Later, the questions before the court were one to the Florida Supreme Court violate article two section one clause two of the US Constitution by making new election law secondly, do standardless card I know do standardless manual recounts violate the equal protection and due process clauses of the constitution like St were they standard. That's I. Mean this is what this is. Only a this is. Sure, I'm sure that they're like, yeah there's no standards here. Yes, and I'm like, I don't know if that's necessarily true. I mean. They don't put me on the bench or the standards were different by. County County by election sites by polling site maybe I have no idea. I mean. I don't know standard manual recounts. Off. So, let's talk about the decision I mean, we know the outcome, but let's sort of exam and how got here. So against staying with as noting that the equal protection clause guarantees, individuals that their ballots cannot be devalued by quote later arbitrary and disparate treatment. The opinion of the court held seven to that the Florida Supreme Court's Scheme. Oush. Recounting ballots was unconstitutional. Even if the recount was fair in theory, it was unfair in practice the records suggested that different standards were applied from ballot to ballot precinct to precinct and county to county from sea to shining sea really here, goose because of those and other procedural difficulties. The court held five to four that no constitutional recount could be fashioned in the time remaining, which was short because the Florida legislature wanted to take advantage of the safe harbor provided by US code title. Three section five short loath to make broad precedents. I. Love. Liaise. The Opinion Limited, it's holding to the present case Ryan quest in a concurring opinion joined by Scalia and Thomas argued that the recount scheme again. Go on screen. Game. That, the Rick how scheme was also unconstitutional because the Florida Supreme Court decision made new election law which only the state legislature may do brier and suitor writing separately agreed with the opinion holding that the Florida court's recount scream violated the equal protection clause dissented with respect to the remedy believing that a constitutional recount could be fashioned. We're we're GonNa read some of suitors descent and a little bit. Love it. Love it. Time is insubstantial when constitutional rights are at stake GINSBURG and Stevens writing separately argued that for reasons of federalism, the Florida Supreme Court's decision ought to be respected Moreover, the Florida decision was fundamentally right. The constitution requires every vote to be counted I. Am all about that. Like voter suppression almost to not count the votes. Yes. To say that we don't have time. Yes and I'm like. I don't think the founding fathers could have ever predicted Florida when they wrote the constitution. No no you know what I mean. I think. More time if they knew that they were dealing with people who likes to shoot down hurricanes sure with the termination of the recount process. Florida's. Electoral votes were awarded to Bush. Gore officially conceded on December thirteenth and stated in a televised address quote while I strongly disagree with the court's Decision I. accept it and quote I mean yeah. What are you going to say? What are you guys there at the end of the road like yeah there's nothing that he it's it's Shit Decision Mike Yeah. Why I can't be in public office because if this would have happened to me I, would I would have gone on televised address and been like. Are you kidding me? WHO Do you think you are what have you read? The founding fathers could not have predicted Florida will it also stand up for the people in Florida to have their votes counted like short like very least you know like? What are we really what we really waiting on like? Throw some money at the problem hire some people to count the votes like I. Know I'm like. We can't get people in there. What are you talking about? Talking about. have come up with the remedy there. There's not gonNA take issue to. Yes. You do if you were like make the argument that you're dissatisfied with the original way Florida was doing fine to but to save this insane argument. That there is no time for a remedy we can put a man. You talking about do we have? There's no time we go and we space. Call NASA. We took the time to like. Try To do the recount we were in the middle of their recount, and then hello you halted the recount and like shore that took some time, and now we've been waiting for you to hear arguments, and now we've been waiting for you to decide you took up our time..
"gore" Discussed on Let's Get Civical
"I didn't want to be on this. Can you imagine having to having a look at the ballads and be like I'll pregnant Chad, it's a hanging Chad. It's and it's Nice Chad the like and I can't I can't like there's no certification in this. This is like people's opinion it's not like. Hanging chads school and get a certificate from like Harvard University's. School of whatever of Chad's of Chad's. How do you determine? It's just people's fucking opinions. People's opinions of Chad's peoples, the people, the people vs Chad. Is. What this? Should have been called. Omer God continuing on also at issue was the so called butterfly ballot design used in Palm Beach. County. which caused confusion among some Gore voters prompting them to inadvertently cast their votes for third party candidate Pat Buchanan who received some thirty, four, hundred or twenty percent of his votes statewide. This is just a big problem like. Gore what Gore one Florida. Florida we should have had a President Gore. President Gore we like Oh imagine I'm a change. Could you imagine imagine? Iraq. Iraq I feel like. Gay Marriage might have like the the that Doma might have been overturned sooner I just like. There's so much. It just makes me we really set ourselves back as A. Sure I mean it it definitely changed the course of history because. Does. This is this is I took like this is George W Bush's first presidential run. Yes. So added. Nine nine. Nine eleven in the aftermath like how it was handled. What have been incredibly different because you wouldn't have had. You guessed it. Dick Cheney my God. Who Al Gore's running mate actually don't know this. Who is the VP? I should know that was his let me only GonNa Senator Joseph Lieberman Dot. Funny. What an odd choice I mean now in that job, I'm from Connecticut. Lieberman Yep, Joe Lieberman what a blast in the past man. All right. Hope you're well so then. So. Yeah. So there's the voting and they're trying to recount the the ballots and there's you know there's multiple issues happening in Florida understatement of anybody's life audible issues happening. On nobody checked on her nobody how she was doing and she was, she needed some help she needed some help. So is also coming from Santa, the Bush campaign immediately filed suit and the US. Supreme. Court. issued a writ. To take up the case the following day on December. Ninth in a five four decision the US Supreme Court ruled in the case of Bush v Gore that the manual recounts must halt and it agreed to hear oral arguments from both parties on December eleventh. The two sides presented their cases. Bush's team asserted asserted that the Florida Supreme Court had exceeded its authority by authorizing the recount of under votes and Gorse team stated that the case having already been decided at the state level was not a matter for consideration at the federal level seems like a problematic argument to me but The whole point of the Supreme Court is to. Hear cases from. Overseas short stories. Yeah. It's not. It's not what I would have done, but you know. Nevertheless, nevertheless here we are the following day in a seven two ruling the Supreme Court overturned the Florida decision holding that the various methods and standards of the recount process violated the equal protection clause of the US Constitution. The court ruled five four on the remedy of the matter with a majority holding that the Florida Supreme Court's decision had created new election law a right reserved for the state legislature and that no recount could be held in time to satisfy the federal deadline for the selection of state electors. So basically, they were like Allah, there's simply no time. Majed line there's no way you could recount all of these ballots and also by like the the Florida Supreme Court is trying to like. They're trying to write election law by dictator legislating bench. It's so funny how sometimes the Supreme Court is very pro that and other times very anti that we're seeing Elias back and forth. It's almost like they decide like when it suits them short could be beating around the polls. Finger on the pulse and it's interesting to see that. They made two decisions, right? Like the first one being like what Florida was doing violated the equal protection clause and then the second one being that like. What to do about that? Like should they try to figure out a different way to recount now? Should they just allow the election to stand? And they were like, you know what we're out of time rela time has to stand yep, which is crazy because like talk about voter suppression. Talk about violating the equal protection clause YEP. Just talk about it. Talk about it. Let's have a seat and talk about it. You know we should do episode on the Equal Protection Clause I know we always talk about her and I always talk about her she just seems very heavy. Now she sure is it's creamed soup. Back. She's like a creamy tomato soup. She's like a bisque. Chowder she is a ready chowder heavy on the lobster easy on the corn. This joke has gone nowhere. Okay. Okay. We're GONNA. Take a quick break for a little word from our sponsors. The. Facts.
"gore" Discussed on Let's Get Civical
"Listening they like us they really. Listening please. Give. But yes. Please rate review and subscribe because we love you so much. Now let's jump right in to Bush v Gore and so these notes are going to be coming from, of course, the love of my life oh yea. Oh Yea. Oh Yea Yup it's also coming from Britannica and Cornell law school. Out to Cornell Yup. So. Just a quick little basic overview of this case. So on December twelfth two, thousand, the supreme. Court of the United States reversed a Florida Supreme, court request for a selective manual recount of that state's US presidential election ballots. The five four decision effectively awarded Florida's twenty five votes in the Electoral College and thus the election itself to Republican candidate George W Bush. and. This is what and this is December twelve. Yep. This is this is twelve, twelve, two, thousand. So you guys when you think about the moment arrives that will probably happen which is we won't. We will not know the winner on November third. If people tried to tell you that that is unheard of it quite simply isn't because not twenty years ago. It was December twelfth yet this was officially decided yet. Now I hope to go. It doesn't take until December twelve for dot org go to the Supreme Court because I hope to God it does it will. Be favorable for. Something that people talk about, it might go to the Supreme Court and that's why it's also good to bring up Bush v Gore because that's also the most recent time that's happened it. We've talked about what happens win Congress has to decide a winner. We're talking about what happens if Skoda's technically has to decide a winner which is what happened in war So just tell you guys. There is precedent for all of this crazy shit that may happen in deciding this twenty twenty presidential election. It's Stress. I know I know I have to be really good on election day and not do what I did before which is Drink everything don't drink in my immediate arm's length of reach. Yeah. It's going to be incredibly stressful. I encourage everybody to stay off social media. That is, I mean, plus your thing about getting people to vote make sure the people in your circle voting after that get off social media, it is poisonous it is poisonous. So post thing. Post your story, make whatever, and then get. Oh, get out. Get out take a walk after the. News all day. Don't you're you're not gonNA know like even if this was a normal, a normal elections think about twenty sixteen, we didn't know until about one am. So you're not gonNA know anything and you're just GonNa Watch all of the polls and the predictions, and then you're going to start seeing things where it's like Oh you know trump is winning this or biden's this one, and there's like twelve percent of the vote reporting, which is not an accurate like you have to wait for the votes to actually come in. So just. Say. It's GONNA be hard haul caller friend call your mom take a walk take care of yourself meditate. Salad like just like your your mind body and soul like there's there's no. You're not going to force an outcome or force a result by. Swiping and refreshing it's just it's not gonNA. Happen take. Care of your mind Yep. I'm exhausted from my ranch already. We haven't even gotten into the meat of this Oh my goodness. Okay. So okay. Let's what had happened. Leading up to December twelfth leading up to this Supreme Court decision. This is coming from Britannica. So on the evening of November seventh two thousand, a clear winner had yet to emerge in that days US presidential election between Bush and Democratic candidate Al. Gore print and broadcasting media cited often contradictory exit polling numbers and the racists in Oregon and New Mexico would remain too close to call for some days. Ruined Oregon was swing state. New Mexico. Swings, day. Hourigan. got. Shot to Oregon and New Mexico. But ultimately, the contest focused on, you guessed it Florida. God networks initially projected Gore the winner in Florida but later, they declared that Bush had opened an insurmountable lead Gore called Bush to concede the election. But in the early hours of the following morning, it became apparent that the Florida race was much closer than Gore staff had originally believed I mean. Can you imagine being like I concede going to bed waking up? Wait a second I. My. Staffer who told him that it was like Yikes, macgyver lakes dykes. Fewer than six hundred votes separated the candidates and that margin appeared to be narrowing around three. A M cohort called a Sunday Bush to retract his concession I would give. One million dollars for a recording of that phone call off Fuck Ya. You be like. George. I was drunk when I said this earlier, I take it back. Axes take back sees a backseat I, take it back and you know what see you in court? In Court, according to Florida Law, a machine recount of all votes cast was required because the margin of victory was less than point five percent in this race, the gap appeared to be roughly. Point Zero, one percent that is crazy. Crazies is such a great lesson in like your vote matters. Like it came down to a couple hundred votes, upgrades it in Florida but it doesn't matter. You don't know when it's going to be your state where it matters. Yeah. Like they're talking about Texas being a swing state. So it's beginning me body this election. Is You know not us not. New York. Okay. But still matters matters don't. Make your voice heard like but it's it's really anybody's game both campaigns immediately dispatched teams of lawyers to Florida charges of conflict of interest were leveled by both sides Bush's brother Jeb was the governor of the State and Secretary of State Katherine Harris was the co-chair of Bush's Florida campaign while State Attorney General Bob Worth headed the Gore campaign. So they got people from the there's so much mismatching here there's a lot of. Jeb Bush remember. Jeb. Exclamation point that Jack. Jack Jack. That porject. I. Just. Man. What if we had JEB right now what I? Would have listened to. Devout she jump Dork..
"gore" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy
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"gore" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
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"gore" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"This Day July Ninth Nineteen, Ninety, two presidential candidate Bill Clinton opted not to use his vice presidential pick to balance the ticket instead selecting another young southerner with centrist leanings to be his running mate. Al Gore Out Gore had run for President before he would go on to be the nominee in two thousand, and of course whether his presence on the ballot in Nineteen ninety-two actually helped Clinton win is up. Up for debate, as is often the case with these things, so let's talk about it. Let's get into not just this pick, but some of the big questions around what it means to pick a vice president I'm joined as always by Nicole. Hammer Columbia Hello Mickey Hello Judy, and here for his third episode with us is John dickerson minutes and the new book, the hardest job in the world has. Hello Jody, so your book. The hardest job in the world is about the presidency and I'm GONNA. Do something that every vice president has probably lamented, which is make it about the president, so let me ask you. What can you learn? How much can you learn about a president from their vice presidential picks and in this particular case? How much can we learn about Bill Clinton, from his choice of Al Gore. There's the endless debate about balancing the ticket, and whether the balance that's in the ticket is a meaningful event electorally or whether it's when I spent some time looking into Eisenhower's pick of Nixon. To kind of mollify the conservatives, who are angry because he'd romped all over taft, and who they assumed would get the Republican nomination. It was less in the context as I read the history of a vice president who could pick them up a state and more kind of unity ticket that was built after defeating the golden haired boy of Senator Taft. And so then we all know about Johnson and Kennedy. What strikes me about? Gore that's interesting is Gore feels like one of those picks where the president said I want a governing partner? I mean certainly in the Democratic Party picking another white man from the south was not what much of the Democratic Party wanted and yet Clinton felt like Gore could be a governing partner in the way that that Obama treated Biden in the way Bush, treated Cheney somebody who's going to do the work of the job and not just be selected for the electoral votes they might bring in or the constituencies. They might wrap in for their party and I. would layer on top of that it. Underscored the message of the Clinton campaign right? This is a new generation of leaders, and both of them were incredibly young men. They were going up against President Bush who had done a lot of really amazing things over the course of his career, but who was a waspish elderly man that they were running against a member of the greater greatest generation as opposed to a member of the baby boom generation, and so it really just underlined that difference. That's right. The the bridge to the future has these two people building it, and that that's exactly right, and they're kind of youthful energy of the baby boomers. That's exactly right. They could jog together. They do those tiny shorts? Yeah, that was. You, don't see that one. That was less also you know I mean Gore also short up some of Clinton's character challenges to which was helpful, and also I guess the extent although I. Don't remember this being made as an argument for him, but his experience in the Senate would be helpful in teaching the Non Washington, and that's why I was thinking about Mondale with Carter outside of Washington governor. Coming in has vice presidential pick. Who knows the folk ways of the town which? Which is is actually legitimately helpful. I can't remember whether it was actually an argument for Gore at the time. Yeah, and it's interesting that you mentioned the selection of Richard Nixon as a way of shoring up a different faction within the party, because both Clinton and Gore were part of the deal, see the Democratic Leadership Council which was kind of the same wing of the party right these various centrist technocratic politicians who were rejecting in many ways. Ways the McGovern wing of the party. It wasn't an effort to bring aboard governed nights. It was an effort to sort of solidify this new direction, the third way for the Party and to show swing voters that this was not your longhaired Hippie bell-bottom Democrats by pro-death. Penalty Pro Fiscal Restraint Dad Democrats. Who you as an electoral, so I mean it does seem like there's maybe two types of VP picks roughly speaking one. That may be kind of. Of reinforces some of the major themes and advantages that you going for, and then some that may be kind of fill in gaps feels like right now. We're having a conversation with Biden mostly about the gaps. Can we see kind of in a larger sweep weather like the choices are moving in one direction or another? Is it really case by case? I think it's case by case, but I would say that one of the things that Gore. Is An important part of that I think has been increasingly. The case is is this idea of governing partners that the vice president isn't going to be simply put into a broom closet in the White House and let left alone for forty years that it's going to be someone with a portfolio and you see that with Gore, who's given the task of reorganizing the entire federal government? You see that of course Cheney, who has so much more federal government experience than George W Bush has, and you see with Biden as well that they're. They're real partners in the kind of work that they're doing and you saw with even when Dukakis Benson I mean. Mean, you know it was somebody who had Washington stature where the expectation was that that stature would be employed in the service of what Dukakis was running on I think that's right and having just spent so many years writing a book about what the presidency really is. It's really useful to have somebody that is put in charge of or nominally put in charge of some chunk of the presidency, because it's more than one person can handle and actually increasing our view of the presidency as an organization, rather than just one person would be quite helpful in changing our expectations for what the actual job is. I also like the way in which Obama used. Biden or at least my understanding of it. which was that in the debates about Afghanistan to have Biden? Designated skeptic as they were discussing when and how to change their Afghanistan posture, military posture to just always have somebody in the room. Who's playing that role and the they also talk about chiefs of staff this way to who are playing the role as kind of the president's blindspot minder, who's always poking at ideas? Always covering for something, a president might miss because of just the over the overwhelming nature of the job Nikki with Al Gore. Kind of things we think of SS, Big Policy Legacy, certainly environmentalism, and then you know fairly or not. The whole Al Gore invented the Internet bullshit line that flows the floats around Bullshit Line is in like I think it's an unfair of disparaging of him but what? What is your sense of kind of how much that kind of stuff played into this decision and his partnership with Clinton. Well I think it's important to understand who Al Gore was in terms of the Democratic Party. He came in in the late nineteen seventies in the nineteen eighties. He's this part of this group of Young Democratic legislators. The Atari Democrats Atari was a video game console at the time for those. Didn't get a chance to to play it, but it was sort of like you might call the Silicone Valley, generation, or something like that like these were the tech guys? These were the guys who believed that technology was going to revolutionize democracy, and it was going to revolutionize governing, and they wanted to harness that power I mean this is conversation that's been ongoing in American government for a long time, but it also plays in to the idea of the deal. Cease Centrist. Right that if you believe that there are technological answers to everything, then you. You don't have to get caught up in debates about ideology, and that's the way that Al Gore wanted to govern, and then of course he comes into office with Bill Clinton I. Think they saw I'd I on that? They just happened to come into office in the middle.
"gore" Discussed on 5-4
"Is over. We've had an appeal. We've taken that appeal. There is no appeal from the United States Supreme Court. Let'S TRY TO ENVISION. What would happen if the if the Supreme Court doesn't shut down the recount right right? It's hard to game out because there are so many different scenarios right. Is there like the full statewide? Manual recount is something more you know modest Settled on right like just under votes over votes. Counted is a just certain counties like do they go revert back to that. I mean what if the Supreme Court never intervened in the first place because they had cast doubt on the Florida Supreme Court. You know a month earlier and a separate decision and and that sort of set things in a weird direction but you know there are scenarios where a limited recount gives the election to Gore or a full recount. Maybe affirms that Bush one on a very narrow vote but again if this all happens after the safe harbor maybe Congress questions it maybe. The Florida legislature goes through with their plan of affirming Bush's the winner regardless of the vote. And that's it. It's it's hard. That's this discrepancy is like what's important the you have uncertainty on one hand and certainty on the other right row. You have the certainty of Bush winning if you hold the recount and you have uncertainty on the other hand. Um and there are like a dozen prestige procedural Things that could have happened. If the recount continued there could have been more court cases different court cases right mom more narrow court cases but the bottom line is that there would have been some risk of Gore winning right and they couldn't tolerate it reckenthaller area so I think the you know part of takeaway here is that Bush Gore was not when the Supreme Court became political. The court has always been driven by ideology politics and power but Bush v Gore exposed. Just how shallow. And partisan the courts politics actually are and stripped away the veneer of impartiality and high mindedness that the court sort of hides behind and anyone who thinks after Bush v Gore the core functions as like an independent body separate from politics or that it even could function like that theoretically is just a rube. Just a complete fucking sucker wrote right. We should talk about the alternate world. We would all live in. Can you imagine there's been tons of research into? What would have happened right if you if you like? Imagine a fair election and it's extremely hard to say because there's there's so much bullshit going on like could hold everything else constant and if the ballots in Palm Beach County are designed different. Al Gore Wins Right. That's just like without controversy at this brand And the question is how different is the world we live in obviously were twenty years out. It's hard to say but the one really significant thing is that Al Gore was the first presidential candidate. I think to ever really significantly talk about global warming which at the time was like a punchline. Right right just like Oh my God. Is this one these? He's obsessed with this like the world's what are you talking about Al Fucking nerd. You Boring Nerd Let's let's see what the idiot has to say about this great? So do I think he could of like passed significantly? Global warming legislation. Like what would have been necessary at the time. Oh no probably not but it would have been on the political radar fifteen years at least before it was right The other thing is that you know Bush gets elected and then within a year plans and orchestrates. The nine eleven attack could all right so We WanNa end this episode on on you know a little more positive note and I think a good way to do it his You know the five majority justices in this case were rehnquist. Scalia Thomas O'Connor and Kennedy and Kennedy and of those Rehnquist and Scalia dead. That's right you may have been you know. I I think that overall worse in terms of if you just had to measure out like who's a worst human being threat to worst they are you can make the argument that like Kennedy's been more damaging because like he's got his wishy washy bullshit kind of vibe about him. Yeah but I think in reality for all being honest the these guys have had almost immeasurable harm that they've inflicted on the country greatest..
"gore" Discussed on 5-4
"Your hosts Peter Rihan. Michael are talking about a case that decided a presidential election Bush. V Gore story starts on election night. Two thousand Americans went to bed not knowing which candidate had won because the vote in Florida was too close to call a vote. So close that under Florida Law. It must be recounted the Gore campaign. They will fight this issue of the Florida ballots until every vote is clear the end. The Supreme Court effectively handed the presidency to George W Bush the rolling strikes down the Florida. Supreme Court Recount Plan as unconstitutional. This is five to four podcast about how much the Supreme Court sucks. Welcome to the inaugural episode of five to four a podcast about how much the Supreme Court sucks and the only Supreme Court podcast without a pending title nine investigation. That's right very proud of that. We are each episode. We're going to dissect one of the many Supreme Court decisions that make all of our lives just a little bit worse. Every single day and today is a big one Bush v Gore. Maybe the most shameless decision in Supreme Court history. But before we really dig and we WANNA to go around the room. Talk about who we are. Why we're doing this and how much we're getting paid. I Am Peter. Better known on twitter at least as the law boy. The world's dainty EST lawyer America's Dante lawyer.
"gore" Discussed on The Frame
"Deals was maybe a year ago it's still going strong yes it's extremely popular and EPIC Games the company that publishes it says the more in two hundred and fifty million users who tune in at various times to play the thing that certainly has struck me is this is a multigeneration only does such a wide swath of the game plan audience I think it is a really entertaining game to play a lot of humorous elements in it it's this social online interactive activity for a lot of people you know I think what epic Games is doing here is pretty smart in terms of team culture and you know it became a popular there've been a couple of dances out of the game that have become memes themselves and you know it's a big category on Youtube other platforms for people sharing and talking about the game it's really built this huge fan culture and you know the hope is those feels like this is the latest star wars movie it's doing really good business and then Disney announces they're pulling the film from theaters in the middle of its run he has there been any indication of what epic Games is planning to do why they made the game go away what's what's been reported in what has been rumored there's amount what season eleven might be or what it will look like or when it will come back so people are sitting on the edge of their seat trying to guess on what's going on here so if people really can't get through the day without playing fortnight which is a statement on its own what are they doing now are they looking for other aims are they just waiting refreshing their screens is there any news about when it actually might return no for now people are sitting and waiting or the we've thrown up their hands and they said okay we're going to try a different game and anecdotally you see people expressing their frustration and saying they're going to they're going to onto a new game here so you know we'll see how long fortnight and epic games played this game with their fans and and before the talking to a couple of kids it's not my own children over the weekend and they said like four night isn't as good as it used to be so for players who have given up fortnight might this be a way to kind of bring them back into the fold absolutely and that's I think part of the intent here where they're literally rebooting the game and you know there's the promise of you know brand new experience brand new environment and you know they're trying to set some excitement here for what the next big version of the game looks like Todd Spangler is the New York digital editor at variety he joined us from the variety news room to get more industry news who's going to variety dot com. Todd thanks so much for coming on the show thank you.
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"gore" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Volleyball court that candy decided she would have sex with alan gore she collided with him and she said he smelled sexy she told her best friend sherry maybe this was the man who would give her the exciting sex she wanted he didn't look like an exciting guy but he had a sense of humor and they had quite a bit in common so they began to pay more attention to each other and got kind of flirty they would joke back and forth and once in a while he give her kind of a wink now this just doesn't seem like a real great idea um i'm not sure like you said that an affair was the way to go anyway and why would you have an affair with an acquaintance well i guess she's thinking that he's nary two and he's not gonna want to get involved more than just the saxon any smell cut row does it work well i mean the fair islands are important we're not after choir practice candy climbed into the passenger seat of balanced car she told alan to choose attracted to him and she was tired thinking about it so she wanted to tell the alan of course was a little shocked but he is also flattered coups candy was one of the more attractive women in a church and shoes fun to be around he thought about her lot over the next few days the began talking about whether or not they'd have an affair so this whole idea of getting in the car in saying at tired of thinking about it so i just wanted to tell you that's not the reason she wants to plant the seed and see if he does anything about it let's wrote yeah so the affair began animo telgramme candy made a picnic lunch and widely seen nightgown the sex was brief and conventional alan was not very imaginative by candy was able to teach him a few things for allen it was the most exciting sex he'd ever had in kandy thought he showed promise she was going to work with it.