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Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 8 hrs ago

Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'

"So I mentioned it got to talk about it. That is the now the most successful documentary of the modern age in just over a week, it's netted 10 million gross. It has had a million downloads. It is 2000 meals. I'm in it guys full disclosure. I've got a stake in it, but it is so important. Got to ask you, this told us we were conspiracy theorists. That's nothing happened. We've got in just the areas where Greg Phillips Catherine, engelbrecht and the 2000 mules team looked. We have at least 400,000 illegal ballots that were being trafficked by NGOs by individuals who went to 27 drop boxes in 36 hours at 2 a.m. 3 a.m. what is your reaction to this? Is this a game changer? Will it affect those who are un political or in the middle potentially? What it needs to change is any state that still has a law that allows mail out ballots to everybody, ballot harvesting or any of these ways that our ballots don't go from one person's hand to the election officials directly should be outlawed. Now, I can understand mail in balloting at some level if you've got controls like states that do it well, is okay. But the states that just mail them out and these NGOs scarf them up, I got to tell you, in 2019, November, my wife and I took information to the Republican National Committee about ballot harvesting in California. Concrete concrete showed that they were doing it. They were registering people at Starbucks with addresses at dog parks, at places like this. We gave them the dataset that showed this. And they were like, that's great. We're going to go buy some 32nd attack ads.

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Was the 2020 Election Fraud the Perfect Crime?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 3 d ago

Was the 2020 Election Fraud the Perfect Crime?

"Catherine dinesh had this brilliant idea to fly all of us Salem hosts who weren't involved in the collecting of the data out to California to see a sample of what you and Greg had done. And then to get our reaction on tape and then to add it to the movie 2000 mules. One thing that my daily beloved Dennis prager had problems with and I had to explain to him on camera is how this is the perfect crime because of the envelope into which the mail in ballot is placed, which is put into the Dropbox or mailed into the polling station. Which means when there's nobody there physically voting, the envelope arrives, the ballot is taken out of the envelope that identifies who should have sent it, who it belongs to. And once it's taken out, that's it. Chain of custody is broken because there's no way to connect that ballot with who was supposed to have filled it out. In that way, isn't this the perfect crime Catherine? Yes, absolutely. And never more so than in 2020 when they removed the very few checks and balances that did exist. They removed to security standards around signature verification. They were quick to take those ballots out of the drop boxes and mix them into the general population of early voting at polling places. And so there was literally no way to unring the bill.

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Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 3 d ago

Gregg Phillips on the Shocking Data From '2000 Mules'

"Talk to us about the numbers. Greg, you can jump in here or Catherine whoever has the best recall. Talk to us about the limits you put on your analysis. You weren't looking at one guy who went to two drop boxes, but you gated the data. What were the minimum requirements for the mules? Because we had millions of cell phone unique devices that were in the purchase that we made. We had to skinny it down. And we didn't just want it to be people who happened to be randomly walking by some Dropbox occasionally or maybe they weren't near there or something like that. So we established some parameters and began to skinny it down when we first did this in Atlanta. We looked at 5 dropboxes and three organizations came up with 17,000 or so unique devices that fit that criteria. It's too big to really look at and frankly I'm not sure folks would have been very believing of it. So we bumped it up to a minimum of ten drop boxes and 5 organizations during the early voting period. So each mule by your self definition, you said we've got a tighten the group to make it incontrovertible that this isn't somebody taking their grandmothers ballot. Each person has to have 5 visits to an NGO that is the collecting point and then has to then one person has to be visiting at least ten drop boxes is that what you said? I did. And what that emerged from that was 242 individuals that went to an average of 24 drop boxes and 8 organizations during our target period.

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Who Are Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 3 d ago

Who Are Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips?

"Catherine Gregg, welcome to America first one on one. Thanks for having us. Thank you. All right, so let's start with just a quick introduction. What you do, what your background is, Catherine, talk to us about a true the vote and then Greg your credentials, your qualifications, to collect the data for this movie. Let's start with you, Catherine. I started true the vote in 2010, quite by accident. I thought that there was a need for people to go and work at the polls. We didn't have enough volunteers. And so we set out to build those gaps and one thing led to the next, we saw problems at the polls. We wondered why the voter roll data was in shambles and that began our very first research project flash forward 12 years later and we have studied over these many years, the inch by inch by inch subversion of process. And never more never more so than 2020. And that's when I brought in my longtime business partner Greg Phillips to help us take a different tack on evaluating what really happened in the 2020 election. So you were a private citizen, just concerned about the integrity of our elections, created this organization ended up testifying before Congress and then through their vote becomes this incredible influence for fair and transparent elections. Okay, Greg, talk to us about what you've done in the past, what your qualifications are and what you brought to the table for 2000 mules. I got into politics in 1982. Now what is that? 40 years ago. So it's pretty amazing. Since then, I've had the great opportunity and great fortune to work and 22 countries. On elections, I've worked in the United States. Really mostly in the south, but really across the United States. And since Catherine and I connected and started working on this project, it has been a real clarifying opportunity for us to begin to describe the work that we

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Mixed Texas ruling allows trans youth parent investigations

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Mixed Texas ruling allows trans youth parent investigations

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Dinesh Responds to the Critics and 'Fact Checkers' of '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | 3 d ago

Dinesh Responds to the Critics and 'Fact Checkers' of '2000 Mules'

"One of the most indefatigable critics of 2000 meals is The Washington Post national correspondent. This is a guy named Philip bump. This guy is literally in the last few months written about 7 articles. Focusing on the issue of lord harvesting, ballot trafficking. And he's trying his very best. I mean, he's applying. You can see the tremendous energy to try to debunk. The movie. Now, to his credit, I invited Philip bump to a public debate and he's like, well, I don't know about a debate, but maybe we can do an exchange in The Washington Post. I got to talk to my editors, and I said, okay, why don't you do that? And he's come back to me and said his editors have approved us doing that kind of exchange. So that's really cool. I'm really happy that there's going to be at least some engagement on this issue. I think we're trying to set that up to occur early next week. But I want to talk a little bit about Philip bumps article. I won't be able to go into it fully now, I'm just going to talk about the opening of the article and I'll address other points, of course, as we get down the road. But in this very long article, he begins by saying, I'm going to go into a particular incident that he says kind of is representative of the movie and I'm going to debunk this incident and in debunking it. I'm sort of debunking the whole strategy of the movie. Interestingly, the incident he picks is not directly related to elections at all. It was a way of validating the geo tracking data in the movie. Greg Phillips and Catherine engelbrecht were having trouble getting the Georgia authorities to take to look at this geo tracking data because it's never been applied before to this area. And so they said, okay, well let's solve a murder. Let's try to help solve a prominent murder and they actually chose to murder. We only feature one in the film. I'll feature a bolt in a book that I'm writing that goes with the film. But Catherine and Greg basically said, let's take a murder and let's see if our geo tracking evidence can help to solve it. And of course, we feature this in the movie, it's a siria Turner murder young black girl shot in a vehicle during a BLM riot that occurred in Atlanta and right about the time the summer of 2020. Now, according to Philip bump, the facts of the story are misrepresented in the movie because according to him, although the movie talks about two suspects having been arrested, subsequently, he goes one of the suspects was arrested right

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PGA Tour denies releases for players in Saudi-funded event

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 d ago

PGA Tour denies releases for players in Saudi-funded event

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A Teaser of the New Groundbreaking Film '2000 Mules'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last week

A Teaser of the New Groundbreaking Film '2000 Mules'

"Check this out We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics Let me say it again The 2020 election was the most secure Election in American history Let me begin by asking a very simple question Do we know the truth about what really happened in the 2020 election Fig millions of Americans know something went wrong and they have little pieces and no one's really put it together I'm agnostic on this question And I am awaiting more information If I believe the president were Nazi I might steal an election Bold accusations require bold evidence And they haven't seen it We had been working on something big Show me the money Can we meet I've been working with Greg Gillis He has a deep background in election intelligence True the vote has the largest store of election intelligence for the 2020 elections in the world No one has more data than we did We identified in Atlanta 242 mules that went to an average of 24 drop boxes that Philadelphia alone We've identified more than 1100 mules What is immune Person picking up ballots and running them to the drop boxes This is not grandma out walking her dog Bad backgrounds bad reputations They are interested in one thing That's money In a no shape in no way in no time is that legal This is organized crime Do you have video evidence 4 million minutes of surveillance video around the country What you're about to see is disturbing So this is 1 o'clock in the morning Don't we all vote at 1 o'clock in the morning One night this person this mule went across 6 counties to 27 different drop boxes

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The Response to '2000 Mules' Has Been Electric!

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:27 min | Last week

The Response to '2000 Mules' Has Been Electric!

"Wow guys, the movie is out. We are right in the throes of the premiere week. In fact, we've completed the theatrical showings Monday and Wednesday and response has been electric. It's been fantastic. And so as of right now, you can't go see the movie in theaters because the theatrical is the limited theatrical. It was over for now. Now the demand has been so great that what considering a later theatrical in which for a day, maybe on a weekend, we'll get a whole bunch of theaters and sort of do it again, but we have to organize that through some of the theater companies. So we're going to work on that, get back to you. But for now, if you haven't already, sign up for the virtual premiere, it's coming up. On Saturday, may 7th. And 8 p.m. eastern, and it's going to be just a marvelous fantastic same price as a movie ticket. And it's going to be out of a spectacular studio in Vegas. I mean, he's going to sing, play the movie, so it includes the movie screening, of course, and followed by a live Q&A with some of the prominent Salem media hosts who are in the movie, as well as Catherine engelbrecht and Greg Phillips with the two principles of the intelligence election intelligence organization called true the vote. So this all begins 8 p.m. eastern on Saturday, may 7th. So

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The Five: Rivera Explodes After Gutfeld's Abortion Tirade

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | Last week

The Five: Rivera Explodes After Gutfeld's Abortion Tirade

"Speaking about loud hearings, how about this exchange yesterday on the 5 on Fox News channel, Geraldo Rivera really fired up? At Greg gutfeld. The other thing that drives me crazy, now that I'm on my soapbox, is it used to be even the pro choicers would admit that abortion was an ugly thing. But they felt it had to be a necessary evil. Something that would be safe and rare. That was the argument you always heard. But now when you go anywhere on social media, it's something to celebrate, to cherish the unfortunate. Just Bologna. Why are hangers stuck up their private trying to get what? The unborn child. This is exactly what I expected. You bring out the old code. Arrogant. Go go for it. Geraldo, come on, keep going. Don't talk to you. You know something? What? You insulting punk? Okay. About your new bungie. Now listen, I'm going to give a little bit of credit, not credit, but a little bit of because I'm thinking what would happen if I called a huge Hewitt, a little insulting punk. I'd probably be fired. I don't think anybody here at Salem would appreciate me calling a colleague an insulting little punk. I also, in fairness to Geraldo, don't think I should call any of my colleagues a fool or that they're making a fool of themselves. I'd probably get fired for that too. As I should, we're a team here. They're a team on the 5, but maybe they have a different standard than we do.

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How Geotracking by 'True the Vote' Might Have Solved Two Murders

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:19 min | Last week

How Geotracking by 'True the Vote' Might Have Solved Two Murders

"I talked last week about geo tracking, which is one of the key themes and technologies. That is discussed and deployed in the movie 2000 mules. And in the movie, we talk about the power of geo tracking, the first of all, how it is commonly used in law enforcement. It's used by intelligence, agencies, we all have some experience with it because you travel somewhere, you land, you get a notification from the weather channel about the weather, not where you live, but where you just arrived. And obviously that's because they're tracking your phone. That's how they know where you are. And I mean, the only other option would be someone's following you, which is obviously not the case. Now, to validate geo tracking, truth of vote, the election intelligence organization that we've worked in close partnership with. They are the research foundation for this movie. They had a very, well, kind of a brilliant idea. And that was, and they were having this idea in part because they had presented their findings to the GBI, the GBI is the Georgia bureau of investigation. It's kind of the Georgia version of the FBI. And the GBI was a little bit, they seemed a little bit at sea like, you know, what do we do with this? I mean, not they don't know about the technology, but it is obviously being applied in a new way. And so truth of what thought, well, you know what? Any law enforcement agency uses this kind of technology to solve crimes. What about if we pick a couple of high profile crimes that could have occurred in Atlanta at the very period that we were looking at this geo tracking data? In other words, sometimes between sometime in the weeks and months leading up to the election. That's the body of data we have. What if there were some high profile murders that occurred in the area that we have covered that we have data for? Can we help to solve those murders? I mean, this is an audacious idea because think about it. You have private group doing this. Now we have one case. The case of a young black girl, her name is Sakura Turner, and she was shot in the backing out of a parking lot of a Wendy's. This was during a kind of BLM race riot. And we show in the movie, Greg Phillips is talking about this and he talks about how when you look at the location of the van, the little girl was shot in a van and when you look at the direction and trajectory of the bullet and obviously you look at the time, there are only a handful of cell phone devices that could have, well, that are likely to be the shooter. And remember, the true the vote has those cell phone IDs. Now they don't have the names of those guys, but law enforcement can get the names of those guys like that. How do they do it? Well, they go get a warrant. And then they go to the provider, the cell phone provider and go, who are these guys? And they get their names, and there you go. Those are your 5 suspects. So true to vote then turns this information into the GBI. And guess what? Shortly thereafter, do arrests

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Ron DeSantis Evolved From a State Figure to a National One

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Ron DeSantis Evolved From a State Figure to a National One

"Desantis has turned his state position into a national platform more than any governor in recent memory. People have talked about other governors, Greg Abbott and Texas, Christie nome, as being potential candidates in the future, but I think it's probably fair to say that neither of them are commenting or taken as national figures yet. But scientists really is. He's not just taken as a prospect for the future, but as a national figure now. And CNN has noticed that. They go on to talk about the way that desantis has a cross the board been advancing the conservative agenda. Of course, is, well, his very latest move is to set up, but I kind of love the term, the election police. Now, I don't even think this guy has seen 2000 mules yet, but he's clearly aware that a, there's a problem and B, there's a lot of concern on this side of the aisle about that problem. In other words, no one is ready to forget about well, there are a few Republican establishment of those figure out about the 2020 election. Let's not look in the rearview mirror dinesh. Well, we can't really go forward without knowing the truth about what actually happened. So desantis, I think, has a political antenna that recognizes this. And so he's taking steps in that area. He's obviously pulled the tax support for Disney. And I'll talk about that a little bit later in the podcast today. And on the show, he's taken on critical race theory, the Florida, the state of Florida, that recently rejected a whole bunch of math textbooks. Why? Because they have all kinds of emotional and quote social learning. Well, how do you, when you look at an equation, how does it how does it make you feel? You feel sort of intimidated by numbers. And look, I'm not saying that there's no place at all for some consideration of how you feel. But a little bit of ruthlessness, I think, is the right approach. I mean, I say this is someone who was subject to a pretty heavy handed math education. Memorize this. Remember these formulas. And then just apply them to see which one works in a given situation. This is not ultimately about whether you are feeling sad today. This is about getting the correct answer.

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Dinesh D'Souza: Connection Between Ballot Box Cameras & Cell Phones

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Dinesh D'Souza: Connection Between Ballot Box Cameras & Cell Phones

"Dinesh you show using this is what I believe is government video right From government cameras this isn't like dinesh d'souza's cell phone You have video of what appear to be mules carrying multiple ballots to multiple drop boxes and from what I've seen some of these drops were really odd after hours time and then how did you connect it up with the cell phone data Can you walk the audience through how you got that made that connection and contract these people Certainly now the research was done by a voter integrity group that I want to credit called true the vote run by Katherine engelbrecht and her partner Greg Phillips And so what these guys did was they bought the cell phone data from October 1 of 2020 through election day in the 5 key states And they bought 10 trillion pings of cell phone data It's an incredible body of data and then they searched that data for any cell phones that were moving in between these left wing organizations on the one hand and making multiple stops at these mail and drop boxes on the other And in fact they didn't even try to catch all the mules They said we're only going to look for people who went to 5 or more organizations to pick up ballots and then went to ten or more drop boxes So if a mule went to 7 drop boxes they wouldn't even count him We're only talking about the most egregious mules And we have at least 2000 of those The total number of mules is much much greater

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Migrants Arrive in D.C. On Buses Sent by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Migrants Arrive in D.C. On Buses Sent by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott

"Debbie and I are talking about the border crisis. And it seems like governor Abbott had sort of well, I don't know if you'd call it an naughty idea or a little bit of an in your face idea. But his idea was, listen, you know, if the Biden administration is importing all these people because they want him in this country, well, maybe they should have to deal with them directly. And so Abbott's idea and apparently the first Texas bus. Put the migrants in the bus. Now you can't force them. So it's the migrants who agree to go. Voluntarily, and the first bus drops them off blocks from the U.S. capitol building. Apparently Fox News found out that this particular bus of migrants came from the Del Rio sector, but there were people in there from Columbia from Cuba from Nicaragua from Venezuela. They apparently had all these wristbands, and so when they got there, the bus driver was like, let's cut off your wristband. You're free to roam the streets of D.C.. So I mean, this is kind of a nightmare. And I think Abbott is only doing what he can do within his limited jurisdiction to say, listen, you want him, you got him. Right. Well, did you hear Jen Psaki talking about it? She acted like, oh yes, it's great. It's a great idea. So I think that they're trying to play a little game here because they're wanting to pretend like it's not like it's a good thing. Even though they know it's bad for them, it looks really horrible. The optics are just awful.

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Everyone Asks Charlie: Trump or DeSantis?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | Last month

Everyone Asks Charlie: Trump or DeSantis?

"Questions on our campus tour. In fact, we also have a lot of questions here for ask me anything. And Greg from Cincinnati and Carla from North Carolina and Cynthia from Arizona. They all have a very similar question. And I received this question at every single one of our campus stops, which is Charlie, Trump, or desantis, Trump, or desantis. And I answered it, I said, look, if Trump runs again, he's going to have my support. I said, he's earned it. He's been good to me. He's been good to the country. I consider him to be, I guess you could say a friend, and that's pretty cool to say. And he's been terrific. I also say though that Ron DeSantis has an opportunity at some point to be a once in a generation once in a century statesman. Ron DeSantis is hitting home run after home run after home run. Ron DeSantis has just now signed a pro life Bill that the left is losing their mind over. He signed the anti grooming Bill the parental rights education bill, he just signed a fatherhood initiative and on top of all of that, Ron DeSantis has bailed out the corrupt dumb and I would say double minded Republican establishment.

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Greg Abbott's Marvelous Migrant Plan

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:40 sec | Last month

Greg Abbott's Marvelous Migrant Plan

"Greg Abbott, the governor of Texas has a great idea that he is now carrying out. What's the idea? The idea is really simple. The Biden administration is taking in all these illegals across the border and then dumping them in all kinds of places around Texas. And habits point is, we don't really want them, but you evidently want them because you're letting them in. So you can have them. And essentially what Texas is doing is it's now chartered 900 buses to take these illegals to dump them in Washington, D.C.. You have them.

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Carlson's 4 points, Ovechkin's goal lead Caps past Lightning

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

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How True the Vote Acquired Dropbox Camera Footage

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:45 min | Last month

How True the Vote Acquired Dropbox Camera Footage

"And we can watch this together. And Greg, which one would you like us to play? Is that gwinnett county Georgia? Let's play gwinnett Kim. So actually, before we play the video, let's get into actually how you got the video because I'm actually cutting in line here. So in addition to all of the analysis that was happening, we were doing a wide sweep of all kinds of election integrity records or open records. Video was part of that. The federal government had come out and given guidance for all of these new drop boxes saying that their recommendation is that in addition to a number of checkpoints, video surveillance should be among them. And so we began to submit open records to get the video. And these videos are a product of ultimately what came back all what's interesting about what you're going to watch now is that we didn't get this until last month? Yeah, I mean, since the first open records requests went out and probably January, and we've been fighting. So by law and Georgia, they had to have a camera over the Dropbox. Is that correct? But by rule. By rule. I remember they made up they made up the emergency rules that allowed the drop boxes to be there at all. So they had to have rules to go with them. So when raffensperger came in and signed a consent decree with Marc Elias to allow these things to happen, they had to codify some rules internally. So the rules said you have to have these cameras surveillance cameras on the drop boxes. And we almost immediately started as soon as we started asking, they started, well, we don't have it. We can't give you an example or a reason why we don't have it. We just don't have to take 6 months to get it. It'll be including the video you're about to see. I took a year to produce this video and the only reason they produced it at all is because Catherine in true the vote made a complaint to the Secretary of State, which would have been put in place a mechanism for them to get in a lot of trouble. Lo and behold, the next day, I think, all of a sudden the video. Now this is gwinnett county. So before we play the video though, you also suspected that that time place on the video would show you something because you had pings that showed that this individual was doing a route. Is that correct? And in addition to our open records efforts, we had evaluated all of the chain of custody documents. And so you could tell, at this particular location, what a typical day look like, how many ballots they were typically getting. And then a spike. And ballot trafficking by and large. Money laundering works a 100%. When you see the cafe that has the $9000 breakfast, you're like, wait a second. Yeah. Any auditor worked like, why did you have a big, you know, there was no one in the restaurant. There's also no one looking though, Charlie. There's no one looking. They

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"greg short" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"greg short" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"So a sports show today should start with asking for the 10th straight year. Is this the end For Tom Brady today? A good sport show would start there. We're not going to start their a good Miami. Sports show that is both local and national might start with the Tuesday and Wednesday spreading of synergy. Mike Greenberg questioning Decision involving two and telling you that Justin Herbert is already someone who should have been drafted higher than two of Yes, we could do that if we were a good sport show interested in the synergy that involves one person at ESPN said this thing, and now let's discuss it on every show. Where we're going to start is a more obvious place, which is this show is getting old stew got is lazy and wants to be allowed to get even older and Lazier we bring in Greg Cody of the Miami Herald, king of entitlement, narcissism, laziness and self promotion to talk about. When's to God's was the producer for Hank Goldberg. If you have listened to the local hour or the Big Suey today, you heard us do a glancing conversation about Hank Goldberg and be no coat and Glory Days Sports radio in Miami when Hank Goldberg was ruling the afternoon market in sports radio, and he would call out Beano Cook, and they would talk football. Yeah, to mention is cutting it up, and that was dominating the sports radio Airway. What are you smiling about? Billy? What's so funny? The domination of the sports Radio Airways was Hank Goldberg with Stew got, says his producer and stew gots ringing up Carol. Beano Cook on getting football opinions that was the height of sports radio Entertainment in South Florida. This is unrelated to that. I was just scrolling and saw Greg promoting that He's being on the show today and promoting also his latest podcast in which the guest is Chris's wife talking about Greg being her father in law, well done. All right. Well, Billy, thank you because while we can reminisce about about God's his days with Hank Goldberg, but you guys seem to insist on not letting me do that. Today. We should talk instead about Greg Cody's podcast. The Greg Cody Show featuring Greg Cody. It's a great coach raised a Yes, exactly. I mean, Greg Cody Tuesdays are all about Greg Cody. I mean, that's it. I swear this is not even an intentional derailment. I just read it and started laughing. I don't believe you. I don't believe you really feel like you're the king of the attentional derailment Know you've always pretend it's one of your signature sayings is what do you mean? It's one of your signature moves. You intentionally Billy Billy, you are unintentional derailer of everything. Here we were talking grating number one receivers in the league and you started talking about a sword out of nowhere. You are in a trophy man, that que vio Sword trophy. What a thing of beauty and looking at the Dino's uniforms. Here's another thing we didn't get to earlier today. Keep yo jerseys they released. The Dino's seemed to have like a slit in the armpit that I could only imagine is to let the air out of there, right. That's crazy. It is crazy. I would also say I went and checked out that trophy that is the greatest trophy in sports. It is in terms of handing a trophy over to the champion. No one has done a better job, then KBL. That is, it's a sword. It's unbelievable. It's fantastic. It's in a golden sword is in a regular Samarai championships or okay, But what is the material Because Billy was talking about? The big trophies, and it's not surprising at all that baseball's is the most ridiculously ornate with too many flags and too many tears. And it's a It's a giant wedding cake for a couple that's insecure and wants to show people how much they matter how much they're loved matters. It's way too big a trophy with too many too many, whatever, too much flair on it. This sword could probably best be described as one that you would use to fight a dragon with Okay, That's a good way to describe a sword s. Oh, it's a bit of an Excalibur sword. It's It's real. It's real thick. You've got it being because we're not talking about the thin sword that like Bruce Willis used in Pulp Fiction, right? Oh, no, no, This is not a fencing sword. Dan. This is one that has different groups. It looks very sharp. Luckily the player new let me not grab the short the sword by the blade and pulled it out as You know, As you're saying King Arthur Excalibur, the sword in the stone. But this is one that could probably do some damage. Yes. Slay a dragon. Exactly. Right, Chris. What are you saying in the chat about Greg Norman? The sword is like a Greg Norman sword. Can I see what you're doing? You're highlighting how large? He looked enough. That was awkward. Your father doesn't know what you're talking about. So now that wonderful inside joke, and it's a great one. You're going to need to explain it to your father because your father does not. That's where we are. Look Prison. The press that was funny to the audience. That happened to be listening to the postgame show Yesterday, when we were talking about Greg short, Greg Norman's Shirtless photo on Instagram in which it's 65 years old. He manages to have a six pack, which is crazy, and it's not the most noticeable thing about the photo. Chris Chris, I understand what you're doing, but that's just far too blunt. And the joke was.

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"greg short" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"greg short" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In the morning. Tuesday morning. 24th Day of November as we always do back in the day on the day this day, the 24th day of November 161 years ago in the year 18 59. A man by the name of Charles Darwin published on the origin of Species. Which explained his theory of evolution. Live south of Cincinnati, Ohio. This never happened 57 years ago today in 1963, lot of us witnessed it on live television is Lee Harvey Oswald was shot and killed by Jack Ruby. 29 years ago today, 1991 Freddie Mercury died of pneumonia brought on by AIDS. He was 45. Same day. Eric Carr, the second drummer in Kiss he wore the Fox makeup died from cancer of the heart of the age of 41. 15 years ago in 2005 Pat Morita passed away. Actual causes 73 years old. Best known is Mr Miyagi in the Karate Kid Movies and Arnold, I'm happy days. Birthdays today include actress Sarah Highland, who turns 30. She plays Hayley on modern family. Colin, son of Tom Hanks is 43 Greg short on life in pieces, Officer Gus grimly on Fargo and recurring roles on in CS Dexter and Mad Men. And it's the birthday today. For one Terry Lewis carry Louis half The record producing team of Jimmy Jam. Terry Lewis, best known for producing most of Janet Jackson's huge hit the Big O. N. BA Point guard legend. Oscar Robertson. Today is 82. It says here on this piece of paper. I'm holding that the he is still the only player in NBA history to average a triple double for an entire season. It is our job to make sure we pass along accurate information. If my memory serves me correctly a couple of years ago, when Russell Westbrook then of the Oklahoma City Thunder was named N Ba M v P He became the second man to average a triple Do. You are correct, sir. Okay, and triple double is double digits in three different Categories. And for both of them point being that, always rebounds and assists. Yes, sir. Rebounds the most difficult. I think so. Yeah. Times two guards and lastly, Born on this day in 18 88. Passed away in 1955 Dale Carnegie. Wrote the book, How to Win Friends and influence people. The second best selling non fiction book of all time. We are obviously should know what number one is. That would be the Bible. Yes, Those were the days brought to you by Brown Chevrolet. Rush Limbaugh. Morning commentary running by Juries, guns all coming up before seven o'clock. With.

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"greg short" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Shows that teachers are most effective when applied to the back because there's more muscle there and oppose also learned that teachers are less effective than he'd assumed he says part of the problem is they're unlike any other tool an officer Kerry's if you think about the baton it is just a remarkably simple piece of equipment if you think about the human hand it's very complex and fragile but the cop has actually control over it and pretty much knows what I can do the gun is a very old reliable piece of equipment with a known outcome pepper spray is literally hot peppers the going your eyes never take your mucous membranes the taser is this complicated piece of machinery with electricity and its success is contingent on a lot of different factors of human physiology and lock it's the most complicated thing a cop has on his or her belt so the Burlington police department went looking for some simple or solutions or the department spent about a quarter million dollars to buy an outfit this truck they call it the emergency response vehicles officer Greg short says he carries everything the cops here could possibly need in case of a mental health call her hostage negotiation or any other crisis I mean we have robots on here we have night vision goggles we have thermal imaging we have reaching tools in here like what you see maybe the fire department has I mean this is basically a rolling Swiss army knife of kind of but this is not your typical like swap vehicle if you will your I'm not gonna open up a panel and young is like a missile launcher here that's not that's not what this truck was meant for at all the truck has tools on it to help us control situation a possibly hostile situation and hopefully deal with that situation take care of the situation in a nonlethal way officer short jumps up on the back of the truck I'm lots of panel and pulled out an eight foot long metal this semi circle on about the size of a man's chest it's called a wide are.

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"greg short" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on KCRW

"Because you have to have really extenuating circumstances to use force on someone that could be so serious from behind Exxon's research shows that teachers are most effective when applied to the back because there's more muscle there and oppose also learned that teachers are less effective than he'd assumed he says part of the problem is they're unlike any other tool an officer Kerry's if you think about the baton it is just a remarkably simple piece of equipment if you think about the human hand it's very complex and fragile but the cop has actually control over it and pretty much knows what I can do the gun is a very old reliable piece of equipment with a known outcome pepper spray is literally hot peppers the going your eyes never take your mucous membranes the taser is this complicated piece of machinery with electricity and its success is contingent on a lot of different factors of human physiology and lock it's the most complicated thing a cop has on his or her belt so the Burlington police department went looking for some simple or solutions or the department spent about a quarter million dollars to buy an outfit this truck they call it the emergency response vehicles officer Greg short says he carries everything the cops here could possibly need in case of a mental health call her hostage negotiation or any other crisis I mean we have robots on here we have night vision goggles we have thermal imaging we have reaching tools in here like what you see maybe the fire department has yeah I mean this is basically like a Rolling Swiss army knife of kind of but this is not your typical like swap vehicle if you will your I'm not gonna open up a pound young is like a missile launcher in here that's not that's not what this truck was meant for at all the truck has tools on it to help us control situation a possibly hostile situation and hopefully deal with that situation take care of the situation and a nonlethal way officer short jumps up on the back of the truck unlock the panel and pulls out an eight foot long metal pole with a semicircle on about the size of a man's chest it's called a wide usually one or two officers would be on the end here and you would literally ten someone with the the arms on the ends up against a wall on the ground being able to.

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"greg short" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on WTVN

"It's Tuesday morning may twenty one game of thrones the final episode. It becomes the most watch HBO telecast ever is still a lot of detractors, though. A lot of people just hate it. Use the hash tag unsubscribe as a rallying, call, Greg short measuring yearling ten feet long tracked in Long Island, Sound off Connecticut shores for the first time ever and marine. Researchers say it's actually good presence of a great white shark in this area, indicates the abundance of sealife, and that I mean because you know what the great white shark eats? I mean that's all around. So if it's up there, that must mean has plenty of food. Right. So, yeah, great news and it means the waters near year clean and promote growth. So we got that going for us people who see themselves as being in a higher social class. May tend to have exaggerated, belief that they are more adept than their equally capable lower class counterparts, and that overconfidence can often be misinterpreted by others as greater competence in important situations by job interviews that according to research published this morning by the American psychological association. Federal judge Monday ruled in favor of House Democrats in their efforts to obtain President Trump's financial records marking the first legal victory for Democrats as the Trump administration stonewalls their attempts. President Trump held a campaign rally in rural Pennsylvania last night, just days after former VP, Joe Biden, officially kicked off his presidential bid both are making a play for that critical state, and we got a lot of ground cover, but still Pennsylvania's just one of those places president, by the way said he plans to appeal the judge's ruling in favor of House Democrats, in their efforts to obtain his financial records, he says he disagreed with the ruling blame the judge for being appointed by the former President Obama Democrats. Trying to get a do over or a redo. And he says you just can't do that, as far as financial are concerned. It's totally wrong by an Obama appointed judge, so we'll continue to monitor that moving forward. And in the heartland, a lot,.

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"greg short" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The department spent about a quarter million dollars to buy an outfit this truck. They call it the emergency response vehicle officer, Greg short says it carries everything the cops here could possibly need in case of a mental health, call hostage negotiation or any other crisis. I mean, we have robots on here. We have night vision goggles. We have thermal imaging we have breaching tools in here. Like what you'd see maybe that fire apartment has? I mean, this is basically like a rolling Swiss army knife of. But this is not your typical swat vehicle. If you will. I'm not gonna open up a panel. And you're not going to like missile launcher in here. It's not that's not what this truck was meant for at all. This has tools on it to help us control a situation a possibly hostile situation and hopefully deal with that situation. Take care of situation in a nonlethal way officer short jumps up on the back of the truck unlocked channel and pulled out an eight foot long metal with a semi circle about the size of a man's chest. It's called a y bar usually one or two officers beyond the end here. And you'd literally pinned someone with the arms on the end either up against the wall on the ground being able to take him out the legs. You know being able to control them from a distance just as safely for yourself and for them, truly apprehend them. It's pretty low tech. The truck also carries a couple of old fashioned fire extinguishers filled with nothing more than pressurized water. Chief del Pozzo says that's the sort of thing that could work against someone with a knife. Someone like fell if you spray that at someone's face, they cannot advance towards you. They have to look away or put their hand up in front of their is that in a metal bar shaped like a y can be the difference between having to shoot someone or not. There are no tasers on the emergency response vehicle. But Burlington police officers still carry them on their belts. Del Pozzo wants his officers to have as many options as possible. But the Phil Brennan shooting has changed the way he thinks about tasers knowing what I know. Now, if all things are being equal, and there's a man with a knife in the bathroom down the street from this police headquarters, we would not make the same plan. We would not say the best way to end this after hours and hours is to send a team that will rely on a taser if you're using tasers as part of a planned operation like a barricaded person a person in crisis. If you're using it to conclude a stable situation, you better have a backup plan because there's a good chance. It's not gonna work and you'll need to do something else. Exxon says it's trying to improve its tasers in October of last year it released the tasers seven the Curtis talked about the company says the weapon were better in closed quarters, but the change comes too late for Phil Greenwich officer David Bowers and the weapons that don't work as well at close range, the ones that police departments of finding to be less effective. They're still for sale. Less you Exxon ship more than.

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"greg short" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Shows that tasers are most effective when applied to the back because there's more muscle there and oppose oh, also learned that tasers are less effective than he'd assumed. He says part of the problem is they're unlike any other tool an officer carries. If you think about the baton, it is just a remarkably simple piece of equipment. If you think about the human hand, very complex and fragile but the cop has excellent control over it. And pretty much knows what it can do. The gun is a very old reliable piece of equipment with a known outcome. Pepper spray is literally hot peppers going. In is never take your mucus membranes. The tasers this complicated piece of machinery with electrobi- and its success is contingent on a lot of different factors of human physiology and lock it's the most complicated thing. Aqap has on his or her belt. So the Burlington police department went looking for some simpler solutions. The department spent about a quarter million dollars to buy an outfit this truck. They call it the emergency response vehicle officer, Greg short says it carries everything the cops here could possibly need in case of a mental health, call hostage negotiation or any other crisis. We have robots on here. We have night vision goggles. We have thermal imaging we have breaching tools in here. Like what you'd see? Maybe the fire department has this is basically like a rolling Swiss army knife of trying to but this is not your typical like swat vehicle. If you will. I'm not gonna open up a panel. And you're not going to missile launcher in here. That's not that's not what this truck was meant for at. All this truck has tools on it to help us control a situation possibly hostile situation and hopefully deal with that situation. Take care of a situation in a nonlethal way officer short jumps up on the back of the truck unlocks panel and pulled out an eight foot long metal pole with a semi circle. About the size of a man's chest. It's called a y bar using one or two officers would be on the end here. And you'd literally pinned someone with the arms on the end either up against the wall on the ground being able to take.

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"greg short" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:23 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Sports network. I was driving this morning. And I remember I forgot something ten minutes into the drive home. You don't go back. I did go back. Really? I went back. Would you your license money? What I forgot Jerry was Mike guitar. Today, the guitar is here for a very special reason. Now, we will tell you what that reason is a little bit later, and you're gonna hear about nine o'clock is a very special reason I've been working with somebody here at the radio station on something we've got a special guest coming in. And we're going to wait for this. We're going also we're going to have a a moment. And we're going to see what you think about it boomer with Jerry things about if you're very very hard graders Jerry a little bit more so than boomer very very hard greater, so we will see, but this is something to be keep it under wraps now for weeks a related to the NHL tram. No damn it's nothing Kaku. Cocco? No nothing to do with Kong. Rocco? Like Cocco cockatoo. I hope so. I saw watch geo playing guitar in his office. Looks so easy. Try it. I can't figure anything out with that. Guitar. Well, you know when you're a natural at something. It looks easy. And I ask you a question is is you're tuned because I know what we're doing. I know exactly what we're doing. But I'm just saying I don't know what we're doing what we're doing have no idea what we're doing. I know exactly tell me what we're doing. You want me to blow it up and see what we're doing. He does get a show sheet in the morning. I don't know if he looks at. But I never looked at it. Okay. There's no reason to look at it. Okay. You're not that interesting. But. I even put NHL draft on it today. You did good. No. I know that you know, who the guest is. Yes. But you don't know what's happening when the guests comes here. Well, I figure you guys doing to wet who's you guys. You don't even know who you guys are Melissa Ethridge who ridge. Oh, okay. Melissa Ethridge cheese every duet. I understand I get it. But I'm not. No, no, no, no, okay. I'm not doing a duet with her. Oh, you're not. No, no, no. You're not doing a duet with me. I can tell you that and not doing a duet with you either. All right. I have teamed up with somebody okay in keeping this under wraps for a while. We're put together a group, and we wanna play some coffee shops and stuff, and we thought that we'd get you guys in coffee shop. Oh, that's where you start right? After you start you play a little Kucic music it singing a coffee shop, and hopefully, you get bigger and bigger, and we're thinking this will be a great entry point into that musical world. You know, maybe Melissa hears us play. That'd be Al you an hour going to. Telling you. I'm not telling you, and then she can introduce stole the radio executives and all the record people and all of that. And then they there there. We are weak, boom. We got something we got something at that point. So I am so excited to be able to debut this and we're gonna play we're going to play one of her songs for her because we're going to be a cover band originally. And then maybe we'll get some some stuff later some of our own tunes ever working out. So you guys could just feel like your coffee shop tunes like acoustically? Is that what we're doing here? Tom Brady acoustic version great. Well, wait a sec. We don't know that we don't know that it's I we don't have one plug. We don't know that. It's Al it's kind of channel with Sean marash to punch, you know. It's not marash, by the way. I got the full story the Joey wahler wedding was I right? Yes. You were. Right. It's something we can't we can't even talk about so offensive. There's something that happened to Joey Waller is wedding. That's so offensive. We can't even talk about right? Think about that. During. A speech was supposed to be a joke. Yeah. I don't even wanna talk about it. But I will say that when I heard the story. Yeah. It was like stomach-turning. Yeah. What moron? Comes up and says what this guy said Jerry do it on their. Hey, I think so I mean, you can do anything on the post game podcast. Can't you? Right. There's no I'm not touching that one. Sorry. That's not going. Have you'd have a lot of fireworks around here yesterday because you know, you lit up John Rothstein. Yes. No. I did not somebody. Call of I didn't call Michelle call the vitucci Eddie played me. John Roth seen do hold on. He's not a douche. This is what happened. We were talking about the Chris Mullin story broke the sign, right? So I said, I tend to believe that he's connect I tend to believe John Ralston because he's always on the phone while he's here talking to people about do serious stuff. See that's not that's what you call them. So I was telling the story about how he's out there sitting in the CBS sports radio newsroom with his feet up on a desk. And he's like, wow. Really? He's got the headset on phone. He's he's him get out of here. Yeah. But he's got people hear about that. He doesn't. Yeah. The elevator. Does it so do van how so then Al was the the drop for being played a douche? And then you agreed with douche tendencies. And then all of a sudden, I'm Joe. Tendencies. Are they Albert and say it was Eddie playing clips of Al saying that bright, and I'm sitting here defending John Rothstein so much. So that he reached out to me last night. It was like listen, you know, thanks for having do, Sherri. How many people reach out to you on a weekly basis a lot because he's killing everybody. Really? Here's the thing. You also pointed out on Twitter how he ends all he sends out three tweets every single day. Right. Yeah. He says he that everyday. Yeah. A lot of Douches he sends out a inspirational quote, which I like that dude you, but they're all the same. But the thing is that GIO got a text from him last night. And in the text was one of those quote. Yeah, he I guess he signs his texts with one of the quotes to you. Enough. All right now. Not just the way question. All right, Jerry. When if you were on the elevator and John Ralston came on. And now, you gotta explain how this whole thing went down. I was on a crowded elevator with him. Right. I pretended. I didn't know who he was. And he was taking calls go. Oh, really? That is breaking news. I've got some breaking news about NCWA who was talking. Is ears earpiece into his phone? But when he said, he had the breaking news talking to, you know, whoever's on the phone with them on the phone in the grind elevate making themselves self some I will say this do I'm not gonna roll Steen Jon Stewart, or John Smith people that talk on the phone in the elevators annoying and status tendencies. I'm not saying that this. How would you Sherry, yes? And I just think it's just a free in general its route. When someone's I don't even like heads thing. The elevator think it's rude Buber. If you're in that elver you'd start playing molecules. That would have been cool like Alice move of acting like you to know is see we all we always talk about the douche percentage factor around here. Do you guys thought it was above thirty percent? And Jerry, you you are very sensitive to this. You thought it was higher than that. Oh, that's not true. Actually, I thought it was forty percent. That's not true. You said it was higher than thirty. Oh, yeah. But Allison seventy. I would say that. So like if you're on an elevator and a guys talking and acting like a big shot do, but we know John. John John is not do Al made it like, you didn't know him. Yeah. I guess which is that sort of do. So the head of your there's a guy out there in the bullpen writing. And he's got his feet up like this, and he's got his earpiece in. And he's doing this is that not a douche like tendency or nominee, she guys work. And he's comfortable. You know, he's he's here. He's got he's going on a show. He's getting he's prepping for show. Let me ask you this. Why would you go to your yesterday? CBS HQ to do a spot or Seib. Whatever CBS sports network for their college basketball show, and as you're prepping in the green room, would you get yourself all comfortable and then Greg short talking on the phone. No. I would not do my spot. I would I would. Putting it on you. How does it look? Do not do. All right. So let's let's just take an informal internal poll. Okay douche. Yes. Or no out do. Yes, or no. I'll say yes, Eddie do chess or no he displayed. Exhibits Bush like Penn pendants. Yes. But maybe not a douche personally saying he's not. He's not a do. I thought this was a yes, no question. Well, be giving us more new way or made it sound like we're calling him that we're not. We're not not is not is that a very funny guy. Very funny. Yes. I also think though that these are this is a very douche like tendencies that he has why in this case. I agree. Okay. Right. Sure. That's where the common ground out. Do you think he's aware of his flight tenants? I think he is now. Greg last. Yeah, he said someone a friend of his sent him the entire segment, and then he wrote to me every day is a gift. That's awesome. You're John a near death experience. You guys know about that? That's why does this. I was not aware. Terrible car accident. That's why tweets was this a couple years ago two three years ago. Yeah. Yeah. Really, really bad. Oh, now, I feel really bad. Yes. This is what I'm saying. Why are you bugging Jilin Hamra meat cleaver? Most is why now who feels like a do. Well, he does have douche like tendencies. And now you realize. That one thing. The polling thing might be his one we all have at least one slight tendency that probably John's all right Jerry got enough day for us. Sure. If you'd like we're brought to you by two by London. Visiting engagement experts in Americana, manhasset, east Hampton, and Westfield World Trade Center star with the baseball and we'll start in Houston. I the news of Yankees pitcher Luis Severino not the shoulder strain latte now shut down for another six weeks at the very least. So who knows when we'll see him Yankees. Then went out and played the Astros, and I'm gonna play you a little sequence here. The kind of cap the night if you will they want to losing six to three, but certainly you could call it a game changing play at least as Brett Gardner felt. It was version second no one out Gardner does bunt in front of the plate. The throw goes to second just in time garner. I did wrong. No. He completely stop thinking. The ball was foul. John very frustrated with Gardner and this team at that moment. On. Hey would then recap. What he saw a one six three double play. Well, how do you like that? First and second, no one. Odd very odd. And then Susan tried to make some sense of it. I think he thought it went on the other side of the plate foul, but guess not gonna stop. And was there fair to me was and it was in fair territory when Cheerios Brampton? Embarrassing odd embarrassing and the Yankees terrible. Terrible. Terrible turn saying that about Gardner to not a young guy. He's not like Frazier just came up as an earned his stripes. They're saying about the longest tenured Yankee the funny. You know, it's interesting because you watch it. I I understand why he thought the ball when phallic site he reaches across to grab the ball. You still have to run. And it's it's a bad. Look would have been safe to. There's no doubt about Gs fast. Yeah. That long throw to second. You would think. So here was Gardner afterwards. My bad, obviously, run the first base and basically gave them to try out thought it was a big turning point in the game. And you know, just. A big mistake on my part. Now that having been said, he's right. 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"greg short" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Did my friend. It certainly did. Thank you, very much Johnson said shaded very much. Thank you. Right. Remember this? I was too young. Dr in his captain, Ted Lawson. Sector is Ellen his wife. Robert Walker is Sergeant David Patrick j Murdoch is co pilot Lieutenant dean Davenport, Robert mitchum as Bob Graham, Spencer, Tracy, Bertrank, the character, Lieutenant Colonel James h Doolittle. Doolittle? Yard. I want you to get twenty four b twenty five's with volunteer crews down to Egland field as soon as you can the job will take him out of the country for about three months. Thomas is secret mission. Thirty seconds over Tokyo transcribed from the very heart and soul of captain. Ted Lawson is the staggering revelation of the now famous Doolittle raider. This is true ripped from the lives of one American air force pilot and his loyal and faithful white thirty seconds over Tokyo brings you face to face with their most motions as they Greg short moments cactus. Boy, this.

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"greg short" Discussed on Q95

Q95

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on Q95

"Cheating. It's perfect for you. Ladies. Oh, come home. No, no. That's my new perfume. That's not Roger your best friend. Yeah. So. Said the scent is horrified rights. Horrify eyes water. Song is it involves a news story about a out of Australia that in which a guy he was he's accused his boss of excessive flatulence in the office really in this went to court. Go to court in it. When we first started working on this song it had gone to court in. It's actually he's had a ruling against him. On Friday lost his appeal, the Victoria state court of appeal ruled that even if engineer David inks allegations were true flatulence did not necessarily constitute bullying. Fifty six year old is accused his supervisor Greg short of deliberately breaking wind in his office. Several times a day is seeking one point three million dollars in damages from his former Melbourne employer, construction engineering. According to news dot com dot AU who referred to short as Mr. stinky. All right said he would come into the room, which was small and had no windows, and with Bart behind me and walkaway bullying said, he would take his course you've done that to me on numerous occasions. This is going to Australia's final court of appeal. One point three million is quite a bit. But I guess this guy would come in and deliberately break wind leave the room salts. But this is this, and this we had the story a couple of weeks ago that it was going to court again. And now it went to court again. And so far he's not winning. But he's going to the court of appeals no pay a song you passed out a pamphlet here with. For me whenever I go. Hey, everybody to sing along. And then of course, you'd never know the lyrics. I've printed out the chorus at the very end and. I'd like to sing with me when I asked you to okay. Looking in a tiny office. The smell of rotting sausage. He rented shrimp. And the dumps their limbic sees a monster. That comes down. I'd beans at lunch. So it's no one. Can smell thunder thunder thunder. I just cut one you better. Take. Sprouts from Brussels. He's got strong glitziest Maximus muscles. I hope I said, so what's what? While the. He blasted what am I face and Calvia wanka? And he said that. With again yet. But it's a. Part. This lawsuit came to my lawyer. In my face in the hall. Do that your employer? He said that would be a good idea. Gases turkey. Paraly-? Then comes the last course everybody can sing. Just moments more, Bob and Tom extra educated. Wait. Over the last hundred years cutting corners has become a way of life quality has gone out of the clothes. We wear the very foods. We'd people have reluctantly accepted. Good enough at Bush family has never gone along with this for five generations. We've had an unwavering commitment to quality premium delicatessen products made with exceptional ingredients time on recipes and hand trim the old fashioned UC for us at boys. Good enough never has been never will be good enough. But farmers insurance. We know a roof can withstand a lot. One exception being an airborne car seen it covered. It click for more..

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"greg short" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Anyway, I digress. So we hit bar east his buck. I think is going to do a great job definitely breaking wind. So in Australia. A an Australian engineer had accused his supervisor Greg short of passing gas breaking wind. Farting whatever you wanna call it, cutting the cheese, whatever going. Synonyms? Near him five to six times a day in David Hanks, small office. So the supervisor would walk in break it break wind and then walk out of the house like something. My brother would do and has done to you. Oh, yeah. Really? We call it like hot boxing crop dusting. Yeah. I it's it's awful. Well, it Chris the behavior. I guess I could see it. If you're thirteen I think perhaps posts Twenty-one might not be ideal brothers forty one, but he acts fourteen. So anyway, it so he was doing this. And so the guy the guy sued for one point three million dollars. But the court dismissed the bullying cases, it was for bullying using he was breaking wind to bully the employee the employee sued for one point three million dollars and and lost. And apparently no longer has the job either. So that so we check off baristas buck breaking wind and let me grab really quick brunch. Just saw this thought thought you'd want to know that the Denver has now set the.

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"greg short" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Team hockberg, just search T R A F F, I X Chicago. The forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center, cloudy this morning at daybreak and we could see a few sprinkles as well eventually later this afternoon, we could see a Lupi pigs of sunshine sunshine, rather, we'll see highs near sixty degrees in areas away from the lake will stay in the upper forties today near the lake downtown later tonight, mostly cloudy will Trump back into the mid forties and then by Saturday afternoon, upper sixties by Sunday, high seventy one right now it's overcast in forty degrees at O'Hare thirty nine at the lakefront on von in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. You've been. No you. Right. It is time once again for you. Welcome back everybody, Nick Gilio here. Live in the AllState skyline studio here till five AM regular Friday features have begun. And it's time for you. Which of course is the time. When we read real news stories of real people doing real dumb stuff, then we vote on who's the biggest dummy. And after I do the recap you guys call in and the first person through at three one two nine hundred seventy one hundred gets the vote on who the biggest dummy is. So these are all real stories. Let's get to it. Dummy number one number one, dummy number one. The case of a form of schoolyard squabbling arrived in a court of appeal in Australia on Monday, the court is tasked with deciding whether flatulence is a form of bullying, according to a fifty six year old David Hincks, a former employee at construction engineering. It certainly is hangs suit the firm for bullying back in two thousand seventeen accusing supervisor Greg short whom hates referred to as quote mister, stinky. Of being a serial offender who regularly quote thrusted, his bum at him. This news company just reporting this, according to the Australian Associated Press set hates to sinking damages of one point two million dollars. I would be sitting with my face to the wall, and he would come into the room, which was small and had no windows kinks told the new service he would fart behind me and walk away. He would do this five or six times a day, which led the engineer to spray deodorant and his boss. The the recurrent gas passing.

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"greg short" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The democrat Minnesota Representative is facing a probe into her campaign spending for complaints that she misused contributions for personal use the campaign. Finance poured. Minnesota's investigating her after the Republican after Minnesota Republican state rep Steve address hausky filed two complaints saying she spent thousands and campaign funds for personal use from she served any Minnesota state legislature. Some of the improper expenditures include payments to her divorce attorney and spending on travel to Boston and Estonia. Oh, good grief. That's that's very. Matt surprise Russia's military mission creep advances to a new front in Africa. Apparently summoned defence regain ferrying nervous about how Russia's expanding out to new to new areas in central African working with that even working with Central African Republic's armed forces a members of trained with Russian consultants as part of their growing influence across Africa. Very we're gonna I'm gonna ask Steven Yates about that coming up max because they're expanded. And it's making some people a little bit nervous. Of course, this is from San Francisco gate. Manage this his bosses flatulence was a form of bullying and as soon for one point two million dollars. Yeah. Fifty six year old David Hanks is a former employee at construction engineering, and he sued the firm for bullying and twenty seventeen saying his supervisor Greg short is accusing him of being a serial offender who thrusted his bum at him. And the of this is an Australia, according to their press, he's seeking damages of one point two million dollars. And he said that he would come in and bully bullying manner pass gas at him. Okay. Now, they actually have to define that. Which is very interesting. The Washington Examiner reports how NASA. Was revealing that there is they discovered a new planet and a whole host of stars that.

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"greg short" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The democrat Minnesota Representative is facing a probe into her campaign spending after complaints that she misused contributions for personal use the campaign finance board. Minnesota's investigating her after the Republican after Minnesota Republican state rep Steve address Ascii file to complaints saying she spent thousands in campaign funds for personal use. When she served in the Minnesota state legislature. Some of the improper expenditures include payments to her divorce attorney and spending on travel to Boston and Estonia. Oh, good grief. That's that's very. I'm not surprised. Russia's military mission creep advances to a new front in Africa. Apparently summoned defends are getting very nervous about how Russia's expanding out to a new to new areas in central African I in working with the even working with Central African Republic's armed forces a members of trained with Russian consultants is a part of their growing influence across Africa. Very we're gonna I'm gonna ask Steven Yates about that coming up max because they're expanding and it's making some people a little little bit nervous. Of course, this is from San Francisco gate. You manage this his bosses flatulence was a form of bullying and assuming for one point two million dollars. Yeah. Fifty six year old David Hanks's, a former employee at construction engineering, and he sued the firm for bullying in two thousand seventeen Saint his supervisor Greg short is accusing him of being a serial offender who thrusted his bum twelfth at him. And the this is an Australia. According to their press, he seeking damages of one point two million dollars. And he said that he would come in and in a bullying bullying manner pass gas at him. Okay. Now, they actually have to define that. Which is very interesting. The Washington Examiner reports how NASA. Was revealing that there is they discovered a new planet and a whole host of stars that actually could support life the trans this the transiting exoplanet survey satellite began last April and ASA says that they've already made some exciting discoveries. Scientists working with the program say they discovered a new planet about the size of Saturn. It rotates around host started close distance. So it's very high temperatures on the planet. But they say they have a catalog of stars more than eighteen hundred which might be prospects for supporting life. Some of them are slightly larger than earth, and they might exist in the habitable zone of the star. They say that there's a subset about four hundred and eight stars at might support planets about the size of earth and have comparable levels of radiation. Interesting. We have a lot more coming up. Steven Yates joining us. Stay tuned. Are you losing sleep from having to fix your fitted sheets that aren't so fitted anymore,.

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"greg short" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:49 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hundred the big ten pound the seven hundred on AT and T something they did in front of you than they did to you. But just gross case in point a worker in Australia who claims his colleague, repeatedly forwarded and quote, thrust is Bom at him as appealed against the court ruling that he was not bullied David Hingst Saudi a one point eight million dollar lawsuit against his former employees last year saying his colleague Greg short would quote, lift his bum and fart at him up to six times a day. He's a severe stress from from this action miss her. Mr. short said the original hearing that he didn't recall farting near him. But quote may have done at once or twice maybe the court her Mr. Hengst would refer to Mr. short as Mr. stinky and spray deodorant at him. You want around the office, right? Mr. stinky, you get that name, you're doing it all wrong. So they threw the case out of court. He's going to appeal you gotta gross co worker story. Well, yeah. Well, he couldn't help. But this one guy had the worst breath. I mean, and he wasn't necessarily a close talker. But I'm talking to feet away, and you could smell would Grossman conditioners. Yeah. I guess I hope so because what you see some very sick and Mitchell about you trying to think of co worker. A co workers and popping into my head. But emerged as one guys my dad's friends, and this is when I was little member was like nine thousand nine hundred six Maryland, this akitas were real big. I mean, they were just everywhere. And this dude was he's at craziest doodle huge just like take Takeda's like catcher, Mike, Adia whom? All what are you doing? Just did it. You know what I mean? Six years old like jeez. What's going on? That'd be awesome, though. Don't want to see it was gross an awesome in the same regard. Yes. Seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T I up Mike talking about gross co workers. What do you have? Good. Too late. For an automotive environment. Two. The money. To pick up the dog dotting. For one minute. You don't get paid to four. One minute. Sorry, man. Thanks, mike. Hey, Tim, what's going on with you're talking about gross co workers? What do you have? Yellow? Yeah. I'm here. Go ahead. Okay. This was back in the late eighties. I was in the army for awhile and me and a buddy of mine from Gogi Oklahoma had in sixty duty out in the guard bunker nice, and he leaves the bunker and goes around is big gate Bush take a crap. And when he comes back. He's got this heard on a stick that's about twelve inches long three inches in diameter. God God on. Laughing and screaming at me. Wow. Dead. That's pretty damn gross. Great. Hey, doug. What's going on with you talking about gross co workers? Guys. Work with a couple guys. Then we weren't doing painting and is pants. He kind of had bombers bucked on all the time. Down or. And the other guy walked behind. So he's a bit. Hanging down and just loaded. It what caulking. Well, he had to leave and caulking drives does. Yes. So he had to leave so pissed off because he had to go, home and got all this. You're laid out really. Yeah. Another time. There was this guy. And there were talking to a group of people. So you it was kind of awkward to say, hey, you know, he had a hangar from his nose. And that's all I know everybody else saw it. You couldn't miss it. Right. But nobody had the nerve to go. Hey, you might wanna how do you feel that? A Bob what's going on? What do you have talking about growth stuff, Tom? Okay. Go ahead. Tom. Well. I saw the other side should hit very close to home for you. Happened on the six four. Where you are. I worked there for ten years before the radio stations moved down and one day. I was in the men's room and a manager was on the phone and the stall, and he got fouled with salt flush walked right by about stopping to wash his hands. Todd killing. Molly, Jen, Molly to themselves on pulling. Reporter, molly. Hey, what's going on with you? Bob. How you doing? Doing great. This is you know, back in the college days mid eighties Wright state university and we worked at a local pub and the bartender drink on duty. Well, a couple of bartenders got really really drunk. We had a back patio with some picnic tables on it. One of the bartenders got up on the picnic table. Standing there puking and the other bartender were standing on the ground catching it in his mouth. Yeah. Precious things I've ever seen in my life. Other people started throwing up when they saw. No doubt. Hey, let's get Juliane. Julie what's going on with you grossest thing the people you work with have done. Well, so there is a girl that works in our IT department, and she always talks on the phone in the bathroom. So. I find it quite humorous. I just wash just keep flushing the toilet. So that people know she is actually in the bathroom talking. Pretty good move. Well, the other day I'm coming out, and washing my hands, and she comes in, and we have shelves in the restroom for, you know, like if you go into a meeting, and you wanna put your laptop up there, whatever, you know, take care of business. Yeah. He comes in. She goes into the handicapped stall with her laptop. Yeah. Get a little work. I'm not I'm not gonna say, she's not dedicated. This is a go getter. Thanks, julie. And that gets me I've seen people do that here at work before go into their on the phone and they go in there with like a Cup of coffee. They're sitting there doing their business there on the phone. They're drinking coffee. They're getting stuff done. What's holding stuff down? If you got one hand on a coffee wine on the phone. Gross stuff at work. My wife just taxi said one of our places of business a long time ago. This, you know, the one that was a common area things that Cuba will kind of things in this person would like sit there and cut their fingernails and just let it go like around the floor right now seen that act before. Yes. Rob. What are you? Have you ever seen? Anybody do anything gross at work. Pat, Barry used to talk on the phone in the can. Very Pat, very, that's gross thought. Really bugs me when people don't wash their hands, man. Especially when they're nets doll. Yeah. That's that's a no, no, sure. What are you got from the UCLA traffic.

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"greg short" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"NewsRadio show this WFL, no one a coming catch forward this Schnitt for the billion show point live five mega every millions, weekday afternoon from and ladies three and to gentlemen, six they on have twelve I fifty would love W to know more H the store. N Why Z did they impact wait this long? radio. That's what did they just find the ticket recently? Do they go through a drawer and all I got a bunch of lottery tickets. Then I wonder if the the the the rumor mill I wonder if the the info Roger machine that. is going to crank up in in Simpson. Ville, South Carolina. To. Where He's the Schnitt it's show. going to be the people are gonna know who the winner is. I wonder if it's gonna leak out if the gossip mill is going to reveal who this individual is wanna story eight And hundred if eight you're zero ready one for eighty the nine third ninety nine hour nationwide of Schnitt number here here on on a Monday, Schnitt. Eight raise hundred your hand. eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine. A couple of things here. We've gotta talk about the latest antisemitic idiocy from this congresswoman Ilhan, Omar, she's from Minnesota more anti semitic spiel, essentially coming out of her mouth again to that in just a bit. I mentioned Trump and a story that he ranks all Fox News anchors and personalities on a one to ten scale based on how loyal they are to him. Is that true? I'll give you the details on that in just a bit. I also want to grab some calls here. Telephone sue I'll be right there. We'll grab a call before our first breaks telephones to hang on. So if you could quickly here, I got a call the president out on this tweet. Essentially blaming Michael Cohen for why. There was no deal with Kim Jong. Folks, I find that to be preposterous. I find that to be a dumb tweet from the president and in tweet on Sunday. Trump tried to explain why there was no deal. For the democrat. Here's the tweet for the Democrats to interview in open hearings, a convicted liar and fraudster at the same time as the very important nuclear summit with North Korea is perhaps a new low in American politics and may have contributed to the walk never done. When a president is overseas. Shame. Donald J Trump tweet from the president. Now, folks, I've been very clear I thought it was also an abomination that the Democrats held the Michael Cohen hearings while Trump was overseas. I called out the Democrats I called out Adam Schiff that was the big public hearing on Wednesday. Of course, they had Tuesday Wednesday Thursday last week two closed doors one open another open hearings coming up on March six so that'll be Wednesday. Two days from now what I railed against the Democrats. I thought it was uncalled for I thought it was obscene that they had Michael Cohen testifying at the same time as President Trump was overseas should not have been done. And I had the president's back one hundred percent on that. But it's a crazy tweet Mr President to suggest that it was because of the hearings taking away some of the news cycle last week that that's the cause of no deal. Now. That's ridiculous. That is an absolutely preposterous ridiculous statement to make. And I just don't know why Mr President. I don't know why Trump. Why he puts out some of these dopey tweets. Well, he's got some followers that will just believe every single thing. He says so here I've got his back. They should have the Democrats have never done this and pissed me off. But it's also idiotic that the president blames the failure of an agreement on. No, maybe because the Democrats held a hearing in Washington really outside of the planet. It took away from news coverage and suck some engine out of the room. Obviously, Mr President, but the causing the deal to collapse because of that come on. That is dumb of a tweet is against. I had one one is in Tampa one you're next up on Schnitt. Thanks for holding one. Go ahead. How you doing? Todd all is. Well, I I really miss you down here in Tampa. With froggy it faster and all that stuff. IBJ man. I really miss you down here. But I wanted to say you educate me out a lot about politics. And and some of it's really scary. But I just to stand. What these what these people think that we're not seeing how to behaving in it? It scares me for what my children are going to face. My Greg shorting face for the conditions by all this craziness is going on. I don't get it. Well in a wanted to the whole political landscape. That's driving me nuts. Do the Democrats drive me more nuts than the Republicans years, obviously. But listen, I I can't give Trump pass on everything. And it's the political discourse. It's just the political universe in which we live. Now. It's it's crazy town all the way around that we were dealing in crazy times here. It's bizarre. I mean the way they're behaving every I mean from what from what I understand what I noticed. And what I see is. It's almost like the way the Democrats are behaving. It's like they've guaranteed. Donald Trump be president again or definitely not a democrat because it's crazy what's going on. And it's just like it's his second movie. The discourse is terrible. I don't know where the cooperation is. I don't know where the middle is the the the fringes and the extremes have taken over at. I don't know forever. Going to be the same. I don't know if there's any any chance of mending and working together across the aisles, and and having, you know, bipartisanship, you know, lead the way we're always gonna disagreements, but there's gotta be some middle ground on something. But the way that we're observing this political climate in this country. Now, it just doesn't seem like that's a possibility. I totally agree with you. Sucks. Your educating me. Hey, my pleasure want. Our thank you for listening, buddy. And I'm here every day forty and I'm back and forth. I, you know, I'm still in Tampa all the time, buddy. Thanks for the call. Have a great day. Hey, folks, guess what? I used. I used my electric toothbrush earlier today. And if you don't have a quip electric toothbrush, I'm gonna tell you how to get one at a great price..

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"greg short" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:10 min | 3 years ago

"greg short" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"They no forget at nine o'clock this morning. It is football. Sunday course, Marc Malusis and Dave deal. Obviously talking about the NFL playoffs and what's happening in the jets, flew search for new coach also remind you, of course, in my book secrets the sports psychology revealed keeps a rambling along appreciate the fact that some people have come to the book and enjoy it. Great feedback about it. Can you can buy that book pretty much anywhere as well? As on Amazon. Check out my blog at ask coach wolf dot com. And of course, you can follow me on Twitter at hashtag ask coach wolf right now. We're talking about specialization the the pros and cons. We're talking with Dr Dimitrius Steelers orthopedic surgeon, and we're talking about, you know, the whole issues of you know, what parents have to know about whether or not it's a good idea to have the kids specialize in a sport. By the way. Dr de has he's with orthopedic surgery specialists in Greenwich, Stanford and in Harrison New York before we get to the calls very quickly. You mentioned in passing Osgood. Slaughter disease has been around for a long time. Tell us what that is. And and how how is that a real concern for for youngsters sure? So as we as we discussed children are not little adults. And so they have growth plates. That are involved in elongating a bone, but also where tendons attach and because the growth plate is made of cartilage. It's the weak link. So the tendon that attached to the shinbone is actually stronger than the growth plate so repetitive. Running jumping, etc. Attempts to put a lot of stress on that growth leading. So the growth plate gets inflamed. This is not the type of growth plate injury. We worry about to the same extent to say a bad fracture through the growth plate that's involved in growing the bone and making it bigger. What it does is? It is a limiting thing in the sense that it causes pain with activities, especially running jumping, etc. And in severe cases. What I see is. The kid comes off the field crying. They can't go up and down stairs at home. They can't walk around the school campus. So while it's what we call a self limiting thing nothing. We're going to need to operate on or anything that's gonna cause serious long-term issues like arthritis. It can really it can really affect a child's life. And so when it gets bad enough, they really need to cut back on the activity, and that's something we can say is is caused primarily by overuse. Yeah. I mean, you you never see it in or almost never see it in the kid who's just sitting on the couch playing video games. It's it's really the kids who are running around and not giving their body a chance to recover. And really, that's that's one of the things. I would. Like to get across. I try to tell my patients as well. The human body is a tremendous at the adaptation machine if you give it the opportunity. It can adapt almost anything the problem with some of the sports activities that these young athletes are doing is just not allow around their bodies to recover and adapt to recover and adapt before the break you mentioned about ACL injuries. The fact that you had gone through the youngster as well, but the ongoing concern from my perspective are for girls or females. Because the medical research says very clearly that that that women are much more susceptible to ACL injuries. Then the nails are. And I I don't know. Maybe I is there some way that that besides just training, and and Playa metrics, whatever is there any way that girls can do something to prevent these these knee injuries from happening. Great question. We've you know as a community or voice, Buddhist, and and physical, therapists, etc. We've looked at tons of ways to try and prevent it. Unfortunately, there are no good braces. No bracing that's been shown to really reduce the risk of ACL injury. Part of it is women's anatomy. They tend to have wider hips and their knees. Tend to come together we call that evaluates alignment and that tends to put the ACL at more risk. There's anatomical differences where the bones are a little bit tighter in the knee et cetera. Really the only thing that has been shown to reduce the risk of ACL injury. Are these ACL prevention programs, which involve agility training, strength training, Playa metrics. And the thing. I would also emphasizes that young girls tend to have weak hamstrings and the hamstring is the main muscle group that prevents the need for moving in a way that can potentially injure the ACLU so strengthening the hip and the hamstrings is really important in young girls. Yeah. I think that I I hope that message is getting across to sports parents do have daughters who were playing sports. That involve I was his basketball lacrosse soccer. Whatever how important it is to do this kind of prevention to make sure that they have at least a shot trying to avoid ACL injuries. But we know it's very unfortunate. It's very widespread. Let me get back to the calls. Let's go over to Ed over Elizabeth New Jersey. Good morning, you're on the fan morning. Happy new year to had good. I I I wanna ask doctor a question. There's the there's this stuff out now. And even our pictures are doing it with our travel baseball program called bio pitch and drive line. I have you heard of it. Dr. Truthfully. No, I have not. Okay. It's it's it's basically a lot of fromm with weighted balls on that a lot of and they they they got structure where it's supposedly if it develops increased philosophy and a pitcher what's your feeling on that? Familiar? Unfortunately, I can't comment on it as much, but you know, I guess in my mind, the tried and true, which is, you know, practicing at a certain rate and allowing yourself enough recovery. This particular thing, I'm just not as familiar taking a weighted baseball and throwing that to basically pulled up arm strength is ever. Guy. But Greg short runs bio pitch and drive lines a group out of upstate New York. Yeah. The idea is to take a weighted baseball and to throw that to build up as I said, the the the shoulder and biceps. That's how concept is basically it is. Yes. Well, let's let's go from that perspective. Doctors is that makes sense for youngster to be throwing away to baseball to build up arm strength. Well, I think that. You know, there's no doubt that when you when the body can get exposed to something like a weighted baseball, or I remember practicing with different size basketball's it may make the actual activity that you're interested in perhaps a little bit easier. I'd have to be a little bit. I didn't really have to research this to give you a more accurate assessment of it without really being an expert on this. Unfortunately, I can't stand. I appreciate your situation. Ed, thank you mean. We want here. Let me ask you for a quick question about about baseball and pitching. Could clearly you see kids at a young age was rolling. And we all know that kids these days, they they're also locked in on the radar gun. And they wanna throw full max all the time to try to get their their velocity up until they can over ninety miles an hour. As a consequence kids throwing full speed four max all the time Lindsay themselves all sorts of injuries. What what is your takeaway? What would you prescribe for kids? Who are let's say, I don't know fifteen sixteen years old and and trying to vote their arm strength. Well, it's all about appropriate mechanics. I mean, if we were to get it providing analogy it sort of like the kid or the young young person in the gym who tries to do the Olympic lifts with with heavy weight. And if your mechanics are good, you're unlikely to get injured if your mechanics are not so good, or if they really worse. As you try, and as you strain harder and harder than clearly it's not going to be good for you. And it's all about moving in a progressive manner. And that's always the hardest thing even in adults. But in young people in particular, it's going from a certain distance throwing it accurately and throwing it with good mechanics increase in the distance. It's it's going from a certain number of practice pitches to more and more pitches, but with a good mechanics, and unfortunately, we just you know, there's always this rush to try and get to a point point be quicker and quicker, and that's where people run into trouble because they they don't warm up appropriately. Or they're not throwing it appropriately appropriate appropriate warm up and the pro appropriate progressive training program is what's needed it. When a kid comes to you. Let's say they're your high school, and they're complaining about pain under shoulder, or whatever it might be. Elbow. Do. You actually ask them point blank. Well, how many times do you pitch during the week and how often? You always throw at full max. Yeah. No, definitely. And and how often are you giving yourself arrest, and how long has this been going on for and what do you do about it? Those are all questions you need to ask to really get the context in which all this is occurring in. But it must be difficult for kids sort of confessed to you to say, well, you know, I probably should be resting more. But you know, I am a picture of the high school team. And the team needs me. I also playing a travel team, you know, the usual routine. So how do you tell them? The bad news is said, look, you just can't keep doing this. Well, I tried to explain to them that what you're doing right now is taking one step forward and two steps back doing that. And you're only gonna end up further and further backwards rather than towards where you wanna go. And obviously, it's it's a difficult thing to explain because you know, without the real dramatic injury. It's hard to tell people that you need to stop or you need to cut back, you know, and and a lot of the athletes some of them, you know, they really have that warrior mentality. I'm just gonna play through it. Unfortunately, it only comes with experience that you realize that you'd rather not go one step forward, two steps pack route. Unfortunately. We're running short on time here. I just have to ask you this. You see so many of these these these kids will come in, and and seek your medical expertise is a one takeaway, you could give to parents who are listening in about their kids who are playing sports and want to specialize or what what what is the one thing that Sharon should know. I would like it into what I know best which is worth a Buick surgery. The best orthopedic surgeons. I know are good doctors. I I think if you wanna be great at a particular sport, I develop into a great athlete, and that means exposure to a bunch of different sports, let the kids figure out for themselves. What they wanna do. And then they can specialize once they once they are in late adolescence, high school, years, etc. The earlier they specialize the data clearly shows nine ten eleven twelve years old the results don't seem to be any better than if they specialize later on. And the data clearly shows that for those who specialize at a very young age pre-adolescents early adolescence the risk of injury is much higher. So for the kids who are still growing and specializing. I I'd be a little bit concerned, or as certainly I'd be very wary about their condition and keep a close eye on them to make sure they don't develop longer longer-lasting issues physically. But also, psychologically, look, that's just a very very terrific advice. And I hope that the moms and dads are listening and paying close attention doctor Dmitri Steelers again like thanks for getting up early on a Sunday morning. I know you're always busy. But again, I just I thank you so much for sharing some of your your expertise into this area with our audience anytime, Rick, this was this was awesome. My, you know, great experience in. I appreciate it. Thank you. Again. That's doctor Dmitri Steelers orthopedic surgeon with the orthopedic and neurosurgery specialists. They have offices in in Connecticut. And Greenwich and Stanford and also Harrison New York pause. I'll be back with more. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. Which means you're going to start telling your kids to clean up before.

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