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"ian brady" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of this new wild card format in the NFL, and it got off with a bang here. Bills. Winning their first playoff game since 1995 27 24 over the Colts cold beat themselves in a lot of ways. I don't mean with turnovers. I mean, with leaving points on the board. The Colts this year. The 472 yards that they racked up offensively was the most all season by them. Most all year. And they became the first team in NFL playoff history. Have more than 470 yards of offense, No turnovers and lose. So a dubious honor for them. Bills defensively, Lucky to walk away with a win. They were bailed out by their offense. That offense scored 10 points in the fourth quarter. Had a 98 yard drive at the end of the first half, made the most of their opportunities, kicked a 54 yard field goal. Josh Ellen didn't turn the ball over. And they're onto another home playoff game. Against either the Steelers. Titans of Ravens. Major Philip Pony at the Pony Express on Twitter. Like the name of the show, pony spelled P O and I, I'm coming from the Rocket. Morgan Studios need to know what it takes for a home loan to fit your budget and your family rocket can Halfway through the first quarter in Seattle scoreless and this is supposed to be low, scoring the Rams the number one defense in the NFL. Playing a backup quarterback. They have Jared Goff active, but they are starting John Walford after he beat the Cardinals last week without scoring an offensive touchdown. Wolfert is in Scoreless Russell Wilson down the stretch couldn't connect on deep balls. The Seahawks offensively became a stagnant unit in the second half averaged only 23 points per game. So this is going to be an ugly game, and it's scoreless early. Although the Rams right now we're driving. They have the ball inside the Seattle 30 yard line. Tonight at 8 15 Eastern. 5 15 Pacific. It's the Buccaneers and Washington. For a look at the books. John Ledyard from Peter Report does a great job covering Tampa. And the blocks and Tom Brady and company and he joins us right now on CBS Sports Radio. John. Let's start with Mike Evans tell us about his status for this game. He absolutely, You know he is, I think not going to be 100%. But he is going to be at a point where I think they're going to feel comfortable playing him and again. How he goes on, warms up before the game matters. You know, there's nothing set in stone yet, but I'd be pretty surprised if he doesn't try to give it a go. Based on all indications from this week, tested it out. He ran on the little bitty practice lightly on it and We'll see how it goes. And maybe he's on a pitch count. I'm not sure probably depends the game situation and it also probably depends on how well he's able to manage the pain. And if there is any and things like that, so we'll see what exactly you his status will be in terms of how much he plays, but I do think you'll be out there for the first snap for the box. Okay. If he's out there, John. What kind of difference do you think he makes in this game? Well, you know, he honestly, his primary difference in the game may come is I don't want to say decoy because that's disrespectful what he does, But Washington is kind of like the whole defense of philosophy is built upon stopping the deep ball like they've allowed the least amount of deposed tied with the Rams, among the least about of 20 plus yard passes this entire season, so they're kind of Built around that philosophy. Zeal. See a lot of two I saved. You'll see some quarters coverage, so their defense kind of really wants to take away my Kevin's anyway. So by having him out there, let them take away him and work the middle of the field with Chris God when it was Rob Gronkowski with Antonio Brown, and that's really I think, where campus kind of gonna make their money in this game, And so you know, he may. I mean, there's obviously always the potential for an explosive play down the field. On the outside with Evans. You know the curls into comebacks and things like that they'll try to target him on those. But my guess is this might be a game where Chris Godwin Antonio Brown would feast more than Evans, even if Evans were 100% healthy. Did. Brown turned the corner of the last game of the year, John Yeah, I think it was. It was a little bit of that, and er I mean, there was getting kind of acclimated to the offense. There's still some disconnect with Ian Brady on vertical routes this season, where he's been kind of mess. He's messing up some routes, not running him exactly where Brady would like them. But one of the best things that happened is over the course of the season. The Bucks realized that we can get this guy the ball very quickly, and he can make plays in space. And that is really One missing element from the Bucks receiving corps that Brown has been able to feel so tons of the screens out to him over the last couple weeks have been really effective for them. They've gotten him the ball and let him kind of do is saying good blocking out there by Chris Godwin and others. That's really been effective. It's not just been brown figuring out kind of getting activity with the rest. The offense has also been the Bucks coaching staff, saying, Okay, how can we use this guy best and then also realizing they can use him as an extra Seaver and he could be press coverage at a very high rate, and that can open up things for other guys, So they've started to tweet with his versatility, and that's opened up the offense for him and his role in the offense. 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"ian brady" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Smith show with my being his friend Mike Harmon. I'm an ass man and my goodness. The Rams are going to escape with a 27 24 win. Tom Brady was moving the bucks. Fine. They were had the ball near midfield. There was still a lot of time left about a minute 45. And Brady decides to throw deep into triple coverage, and it's an easy interception for the Rams and the Rams were able to kill the clock all the way down to a couple of seconds left Johnny Hackers punt eyes fielded by the Bucks, but time runs out. So the Rams win this game 27 2 24. And it was not a great night for Brady 26 of 48 to 16 2 touchdowns in two interceptions. He certainly had his moments. But he did not look good for the most part tonight, and I tell you the same thing about Tom Brady. I'm going to keep saying this, Mike. I think for the rest of his career whenever he doesn't look good whenever he's not comfortable in the pocket. He does two things. He throws the ball early and he throws the ball low. He didn't throw the ball low tonight, but there were many plays where he threw the ball. Wait. Early where receiver was just coming out of his break or they hadn't turned around yet, And this is what happens to breathe. When he is uncomfortable in the pocket. The Rams defense was able to get pressure around him all night. You know, they only got one sack. They were able to get there and keep him uncomfortable, and he threw the ball early a ton. The other thing is, what have we said? What have you and I said, Since Brady signed with the Buccaneers, he's 43 years old. It's not gonna be suddenly he's going to be great. It's not going to be suddenly he is awful. He is going to be a lot of this. Some games will be good. Some games will be average. Some games will be bad. He's had four or five good, really good games this year. He said one or two average games, and he's had five stinkers. That's kind of what you get when you have a 43 year old quarterback who just isn't the same guy, despite the fact he has as many weapons as he does, you're going to get games like this from Tom Brady. That's just the way it doesn't mean he's doesn't mean he's great again doesn't mean he was terrible, which is apparently the only two takes you can have. But this is the realistic thing for Brady When when the where he is in his career, you're going to get some weeks. Great and some weeks not so great. Like I said. Is more Joe Montana and near the end trying to get out a couple of years. Then he is Tom Brady saying I got for that. Then he is Peyton Manning saying, I got four years in Denver where where is gonna pin our ears back and go? This is where Brady is in reality. Yeah, that when we watch each and every one of these games, he also have to recognize the greatness of the defense that he's facing. And at every level you've got playmakers on this Ram's D and you saw Fuller as the Take full advantage of that tonight. He was the guy that sealed things with his second interception of the game. Question. You. Thank you. I thought I got but I thought I got it. And the mute mute isn't as responsive as I hope. I feel good. I'm feeling fine. Nobody worry about me. I'm good, Just a little dust because I've been cleaning all day. But the idea being that for Tom Brady even with all the weapons and the super friends assembled When you face better defense is or The teams that have the scheme that matches up well, right, Sean Payton. And the Saints for their two games. They owned them write their own them on in week one, and they owned them a couple of weeks ago on just absolutely obliterated them. We We know this with the Rams. You've got great personnel. I'm watching these guys all five wide and wishing that Brady, you know, had to add a super arm. You know, like Bucky Running around in infinity, Warhol Get that arm in other words so much too young. Not for sale. I'll get right. I mean, if you had a guy with a big arm like a guy rotten right now in New Orleans because they're pure guy that you could have some fun with that just winging the ball around. But when we're watching that last Possession for the Buccaneers. They got greedy. They got greedy. You had almost two full minutes. You had two timeouts left. You've got all of those weapons that they have to defend. Each and every play. You know, the flag is always just an extra little shove and grab from coming out. That you You didn't need to go for the downs with and credits to Cameron break. So you're going to you know the fifth option on if you're receiving corps, but they were waiting for they had the extra extra man Fuller read it perfectly and just waited like it was a punt, much like the earlier interception from Brady. So Yeah, it's the ebb and flow in the roller coaster. There's gonna be some tense moments. Some angry moments. Godwin got nicked up a little bit towards the end there, so you will keep an eye on him. Right? Yeah. When Ramsey essentially erases Evans for much of the game. You've got to keep working to the check down and that offensive line as we know has been one of the issues for Tampa not to put it on them at all right. Ian Brady, you know, just asked to make better throws Give his receivers a chance. He had a couple of drops. He had a deep bald Antonio brown that went through his arms. That probably should have been caught. Leonard for Nat had a couple. You know the old they'd like to have that one back. Kind of moment. The worst line of analysis you'll ever hear in sports. Well, I'm sure as they look in this particular game. There's a lot of moments that that you know those inches air all around. Twitter at How about a Fresca? Mike? It's swollen Doma. 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"ian brady" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I don't know what the future holds right now I'm just trying to get patients through this process my first time going through it and in the meantime I missed a lot of time with my family over the next ten twelve days and relocation plan which I'm looking forward to that's it that's all you get he is going through free agency and he's a little nervous about the process he's never done it before but he's excited and it's hard for him to be patient which doesn't surprise me and so with all the speculation comes at I'm sorry I'll I'll just call the ridiculous rumors because there are some of these rumors out there that I think are so far fetched that they're laughable now could they come true sure strange thing happens all the time in sports but the idea that the San Francisco forty Niners would dump Jimmy Garoppolo's to bring Tom Brady end to me seems laughable I feel like if you narrow it down to like third kind of three jump through three hoops or asking you how many teams up there out there would be upgrading how many teams out there would be upgrading to you about the knives I just laugh at myself and no one else really gets the joke that I'm a dope how many teams out there well I did upgrade instantly they bring Tom Brady in as quarterback and I don't mean the Tom Brady that has won six range sure he brings the rings that's great but we're talking about a forty three year old Tom Brady so think about a skill set now think about the offense that best fits him now think about how quickly you need to get rid of the football now because he's not going to escape in a low pressure so think about all those things how many teams will be upgrading at the quarterback position and fall but then think about how many of those teams actually would interrupt what's happening in their in their process these so what is a good example right so yes of course they be upgrading if they brought in Tom Brady over what they have now which is fine fits Patrick but they're in a very particular set of steps here to get to where they want to be they want to draft a young quarterback but they don't want to spend more money on Tom Brady when they have fits Patrick UHD will do just fine thank you and they're not expecting to win this year they're trying to get you know a new quarterback in a new system in place of Brian Flores there to rebuilding though they want to go younger fifty after being the one exception there are a couple teams out there I feel like all the circumstances lined up Ian Brady is an upgrade at quarterback so we kind of we shared our teams it's great that David Chris and I all have very different answers we all disagree on this you can find us on Twitter a law radio or on our Facebook page and we'll certainly take your calls eight five five two one two four two two seven the great Tom Brady mystery my favorite is the people on social media who think he's better off retiring whatever you don't get to tell an athlete to retire just because you don't want to be around anymore help if there's a team out there willing to pay him why the heck should he retire it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio I've got a snack that will add a little could boom to your keto diet or would that be keto Bulma either way southern recipe small batch for cried that the bold flavor that outshines the other low carb snacks and if he does.
"ian brady" Discussed on Female Criminals
"He had told her that when he saw someone he liked he would flash his lights signaling Myra to lure the person in eventually, Ian, flashed his lights. My return to see year. Seven-year-old Marie ruck walking down the sidewalk toward her moments passed like ours. As Murray walked by Ian waited for my read a roll down her window and offer the little girl a lift, but she never did. In a fury in waited until Marie was around the corner. Then sped toward the van on his bike. He knocked on the window and demanded to know why Myra hadn't grabbed the girl Myra said, she knew her Marie ruck was a neighbor of her mother. She also told Ian, there'd be less fuss if they took a teenager instead of a younger child my report the van out again and continued circling the neighborhood by a little past eight PM Ian had spotted his second choice. He flashed his lights at Myra up ahead. Myra could see a sixteen year old girl in powder, blue dress and white high heels making her way down the street, and she recognized her to it was Pauline re. Read when of Myers sisters friends. She was on her way to a party when Myra got out of her van and approached her worry creasing her brow. Pauline recognized Myra and asked her if she was okay. She told Pauline that she had lost an expensive glove while out at Saddleworth more my asked Pauline to help her look for it. But then apologized for keeping Pauline from wherever she was going Pauline smiled and waved away Myers embarrassment. Of course, she would help Myra look for the glove. Pauline hopped into Myers van and away. They drove towards Saddleworth more. Ian, followed behind when they arrived at the more in sped up on his bike. And my introduced him to Pauline saying that he was there to help them look for the glove Myra told Annan Pauline to go ahead. She would follow a moment after according to Myra half an hour later, Ian returned alone, and led her to Pauline who was still clinging to life despite horrific injuries. Ian had beaten raped and stabbed her and tried to slit her throat twice her coat had been shoved into the four inch incision across her voice box. The cut was so deep in fact that it had entirely severed her spinal cord, Ian later told police that Myra had not only been present when all of this occurred, but that she joined him in raping and assaulting Pauline. Like most things the truth. Probably lies somewhere in the tw-. Listed terrible middle of these two conflicting accounts. It's unclear whether Pauline was still alive when Ian and Myra dug a shallow grave and rolled her inside they buried her and drove home as Myra drove into her neighborhood. She spotted Pauline family already combing the streets looking for her for weeks after police disappearance Myra went out of her way to say Hello to Pauline's mother, an express her hope that polling would be found soon. Ian would later tell reporters that Myra enjoyed talking to Pauline's mother knowing Pauline was never coming home eleven days after Pauline disappeared on July twenty third nineteen sixty three Myra, and Ian celebrated Myers twenty first birthday after the unique bonding experience of murdering Pauline Myra believed their relationship would last a lifetime. But Ian was already tiring of her. He gave her an expensive gold watch for her. Her birthday, but apart from that he saw her less and less frequently in the weeks after Pauline's murder instead he began hanging around gay bars and cruising for hookups with men as he drove around Manchester on his motorbike, we can't know with complete accuracy. Whether or not Ian Brady was bisexual or gay or if he was simply sadistic, regardless of the gender of his sex partner as we'll see later on when it came to raping and murdering children. He didn't exhibit a preference for either boys or girls, we will note though, that Ian, sexual mentor the marquee. Saad was notorious for seeking out any and every sexual experience. He could find consensual nonconsensual gay straight or orgy nothing was to exotic or exciting for him. It may simply be that. Ian was following in his mentors footsteps by experimenting with sexual partners of the same gender around the same time also. Most to punish Ian for turning away..
"ian brady" Discussed on Female Criminals
"In nineteen sixty one Myra Hindley was smitten with her co worker, Ian Brady, she was so namrd with him that she began to do any and everything to get his attention. She wanted to please him so badly. He could get her to do or change almost anything about herself that he wanted curiously research published in the British journal of medical psychology suggests that this kind of all consuming submissiveness can affect how a person responds to trauma submissive often reinvent themselves. Like Myra did following her friends drowning they're also more likely to feel survivor's guilt. Like Myra did after her friend died, and that guilt often compels them to seek out a group to belong to with reckless aggression. And once they find a group to which they would like to belong. They become self sacrificing doing whatever they can for the group even at their own expense and the expense of others more than that. However submissiveness. Is often away those with survivor's guilt work through that kilt by allowing themselves to be punished in Mirus case, he ends indifference to her was a sort of punishment on December twenty second nineteen sixty two. Ian, took my reticence the film judgment at Nuremberg starring Spencer, Tracy, and Burt Lancaster, the film examines the trial for Nazi officers following World War Two, Ian, must have felt comfortable enough with her reaction to the choice of film to take her out again over the next few weeks in gave Myra Hitler's Mein comes to read and introduced her to the novels of the market Assad while most people would see vs book recommendations as a massive red flags Myra seem thrilled that Ian had finally taken an interest in her and let her into his private world. She read the books thoroughly and surprised him with her attention to detail. Ian reveled in the control he had over her. He would often. Tell her to do and say things simply to see if she would she always did soon the pair were inseparable their relationship escalated dramatically in the following months. In early nineteen sixty three twenty year old Myra slept with Ian Brady for the first time, Ian tied her to the bed where he bit and beat her in writing about the experience in her journal Myra focused on how much pleased him not on her own response to it. It wasn't just her first time with him. It was her first sexual experience ever early stage research conducted by the university of Tennessee found that our first times leave a lasting impression that can affect our relationship with sex for the rest of our lives. Over time we unconsciously seek out sexual experiences that echo our first no matter if the experience was positive or negative in the following weeks. Myra give Ian permission to have. Anal sex with her and in her journal later, she would note that this pleased him immensely, which only encouraged her more at times. In would also give Myra the reins allowing her to experiment with him becoming the dominant partner and even inserting objects into him the national coalition of sexual freedom has explicitly stated that if it's not consensual than it's not just rough sex. It's abuse in Mirus case Ian had already tied up and beaten her without her express consent. He might have given her control periodically to create the illusion that the violence had already done to her was not an abuse perpetrated by only one person, but something done by equally. Consenting adults borrowing from his beloved marquee to Saad who believed in a very free view of violence sexuality. Ian, often told Myra that rape and murder were not wrong as usual Myra seems to have accepted his point of view. You without question by February of nineteen sixty three just two months after they began dating Ian had begun taking nude pictures of Myra and of them having sex together at Ian, insistence Myra stopped attending church and instead joined him as he dove deeper into Nazi ideology.
"ian brady" Discussed on Female Criminals
"For her feelings of guilt and PTSD in response to her friends drowning on top of that she couldn't turn to her own parents for help working out her feelings, and we don't know if she ever approached her grandmother for help in fact, experiencing childhood trauma such as being beaten as an infant only increases a person's risk of experiencing PTSD. The support structure was not in place to help Myra cope with her friend's death in a healthy way. So instead my relied on coping mechanisms such as turning to religion and dropping out of school to help her get through in January nineteen sixty-one nineteen year old Myra landed a typist position with a chemical distribution company on her very first day, her new boss introduced her to a young man who would send her life spiraling into darkness. Twenty three year old Ian, Brady wasn't like the other men my renew. He was serious and studious. He read books instead of spending every night out at the pub. He talked about exotic locations neither of them had ever visited. They had a lot in common as well. Ian had been born in Glasgow Scotland to a single mother who eventually gave him to another couple to raise much in the same way Myra had been given to her grandmother. Ian was also very intelligent and it set him apart from his peers from young age teachers would describe him as whip smart, and terribly lazy except when it came to crime he'd gone before a judge three times for breaking and entering before his seventeenth birthday as a condition of his release for his third quarter appearance. Ian was sent to live with his mother and her new husband in Manchester. But he wasn't there for long before an event happened that would shape him forever while Ian was. Working at a local market. A man had asked him to help him load goods into his car. Whether Ian knew the goods were stolen or not. We don't know. But we do know that when police arrested the man for theft. They also arrested, Ian as an accomplice in was sentenced to two years in England's equivalent of juvenile hall, Colin Wilson. Ian Brady's prison pen pal said, Ian, deeply resented what he saw as an unfair sentence passed down by upper classes that only saw him for the class. He had been born into this punishment sparked a festering hatred him. He wanted to make society pay for the unjust hand. He felt he had been dealt in life, and he wanted to do it. So that his name would ring immortal after his death research published in psychology suggests that most serial killers experience extreme moments of humiliation and embarrassment while they're growing up and that contributes to their desire to kill. But Ian, didn't just kill as we'll explore later. He also violently sexually assaulted his victims research by the Howard league for penal reform in England has shown that rape in prison is seriously under reported and under punished in England as it is in the United States still using statistics. From the case that are reported between one and four percent of miners in their version of juvenile hall are raped while incarcerated though, we don't know whether Ian was sexually assaulted while incarcerated we do know that he himself pointed to this period of his life as the moment that changed him forever. It's possible that experiencing or witnessing rape in prison is what set him on the course to perpetrating sexual violence of his own while in juvenile hall. Ian studied bookkeeping and picked up an obsessive hobby of reading about Hitler and Nazism. His literary appetites grew to include works by the marquee Saad. From whom we get the word. Words sadist and sadism. He also made plans to travel and to fund that travel with petty crimes after his release. He joined a gang of car thieves and used his pay from those crimes to travel around the area..
"ian brady" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Responsible next. Week will explore the final murder that brought Myra Hindley and Ian Brady's Manchester murder spree to a halt as well as the terrible and tragic legacy. They left in their wake the stories we've all heard about serial killers, usually paint them as men who stalk capture and kill their victims alone. But what about those killers who have help solo serial killers may get much of the notoriety? Heidi, but serial killers who work in pairs have made their terrible Mark throughout history shocking. The world both with the severity of their crimes. And with the fact that these murderers were able to convince another person to help them kill most of us can't even convince our significant others to go jogging with us. It's even more difficult to imagine the manipulative power someone has to have to convince other person to help them kill child. And yet that's exactly what Ian Brady and Myra Hindley. Did this story is so notorious that Myra Hindley still considered the most evil woman in the United Kingdom, but she didn't start out that way. No, she didn't Myra Hindley was born on July. Twenty third nineteen forty two in Manchester England to an impoverished family Meyer's father was an alcoholic. Her mother was one of many dissatisfied young women who married into the working class only to discover that she'd spend the rest of her life trapped there her early years. Probably explain a lot about the woman Myra would eventually grow up to be her parents beat her regularly as an infant so regularly. In fact, that neighbors new to warn her grandmother when it was happening when my resume. Her sister, Maureen was born in nineteen Forty-six Myers grandmother convinced their parents to give two year old Myra to her to raise under her grandmother's care Myra developed love for learning and escapist literature. She would tell anyone who asked that she wanted to find her own adventure someday, she became a great swimmer and a straight a student. Despite turning my Rover to her grandmother's care, her parents were still active in her life. They were determined to ensure Myra knew how to look after herself by any means necessary to her father that meant knowing how to fight in nineteen fifty when she was eight years old Myra won her first fight against a neighborhood. Boy, she blacked his eye and broke his teeth despite that incident Myra became known in her Manchester neighborhood as a trustworthy and popular babysitter. Parents happily left their children with her from nineteen fifty to nineteen fifty seven when my return fifteen. She lived a comfortable life as a good student, trusted babysitter and friendly neighborhood face and then tragedy struck in nineteen fifty seven.
"ian brady" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"The minutes she did that they literally lined up he ruled a rudimentary magnum bay was one of those women who stepped forward song she wrote for this somber prison album is called i am maloney needed guarantee what does that mean new boy monument intifada was it it i have not parents i have no husband got somebody in immune prison so i realize there is no one who can help me woman who asked go to help me 10 busy if our buddy member longtime and she's the only one who can guide me across this huge river ruler is serving a life sentence here in zomba she's in for murder do you feel like you're glorifying criminals knaw no no no it's humanizing on fluent organizing them at all right they've committed crimes many of them have learn from their experiences this is about humanizing individuals and that's for the benefit not of them that's for the benefit of the listener the album ian brady and recorded ijambo did not end up winning the grimmie and it hasn't turned a profit either britain has paid the musicians and they have a contract to receive more money if their future earnings when he showed up at zomba with his wife mira lena to present the prisoners with some gifts and their grammy nominations certificate it was cause enough for celebration yeah some of the singer's likes to follow and render still had questions about what a grammy award really was chaos kelly question course more this trophy does it have any money insee defeat guy equal boise just s mold price is just a token there's no money inside the inside there for your word being nominated for grammy has not changed life the inmates inside zomba.
"ian brady" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"The win belgium done fool around belgium doesn't do that bell jack believes that he can manage the guys and get them ready he wants them the key play and he's willing to roll the dice he believes yeah football is a collision sport some news i'm wjr most time you don't we're not going to run away from playing football that we do for a living we play football and we're going to play football week number 17 so bell jacks already declared an needed need to declare 'cause he's always handled the same way he plays his guys he doesn't look to rest guys pittsburgh is leaving an openended the rams have actually come out and said even though yes we could fall from number three to know number four we're gonna russ our guys is jarred god set a great season need not plan i'm not taking a chance at he gets hurt sean manion needs to lead me in the playoffs no todd girl he's got a chance to win the mvp bright now if you don't dad the vote before week seventeen tied girlie would get my boat it very close between ian brady and by the way carson went should still be in the mix some people just dismissing carson went because he's missed these he's going to miss last three games of the season with injury go back and look what he did he still leads the national football league of dirt in touchdown pass with thirty three and he hadn't played for two weeks so went should be in the conversation i don't think he's going to win but he should be in the conversation he's talentad girlie yeah you don't need not 100yard game now you may be you get it done none of mvp somewhere down the road this cynics are saying and i can't tell them that they're wrong i can just tell them i don't necessarily agree they could be right um the the actually tank in the game that they want to finish in the fourth seed rather than the three seed because if they win wildcard weekend none of foresee would play the 1 seed rather than into to cede so the rams of making a judgment call as to whether wanted they wanna play filadelfia in philadelphia with cartoon went out and nick walls of quarterback rather than going into minnesota and playing the vikings under their dome the.
"ian brady" Discussed on First Take
"Deep if this ranked twenty night yards allowed 29th against the past twenty six gets to rush tom brady is the reason that the patriots all where they are right now i know it's something that we could say every year but in terms of this particular year he is clearly having a considerably better year the kamnu kamnu native in the discussion in terms of the top three i i just listen i wouldn't put came ahead of brady ah i think girl ian brady are basically neckinneck whence i thought was considerably ahead of everyone but he got hurt i thought russell wilson was in it but he's played poorly the last several weeks by the way brady also has not played well the last several weeks if you really look at it russell wilson played worse than brady to last two or three games but brady has not played it mvp level of the last couple of weeks just hasn't and can is coming on and by the way when you look at the body of work throughout the season he has not yet eliminated himself from considering that yet no one's talking about at eleven wins with no offense stephen fleming you wanted to clarify about kentavious caldwellpope before flew into these games yet you're the un max we had the stuff about contagious caldwellpope war friday with a whole dui think folks close to be close to him rather have said that he wasn't even behind the wheel of the car he was charged with careless driving simply because he was a he he measured at zero point zero eight with alcohol tests but it was somebody else behind the wheel of a car not him he just knew that they had been drinking and so he was charged with that now obviously the reports tell us something different the reports that i've read the reports did you read max they're trying to claim that no he wasn't behind the wheel of a car in their pointing to that because they're saying now he's a violation of this proposal would charge took place in michigan but he was in la plays for the lakers what is he to do so this is something that needs to be looked into and i think that it was a is in fairness on.
"ian brady" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"This week were playing a game they're all day this time of year in his you keep moving on they get bigger and now we're going to have to keep in a winning games at s s route therefore brady still worked with guerrero at gillette stadium other teammates like rob grand cows ski see guerrero at the t b twelve sports therapy center right near the stadium earlier on on friday head coach bill bella jack extolled the relationship between ian brady said quarterbacks great to work with nobody's more prepared the tom by greece espn paid that's reporter joined the right time with dickerson hood with his thoughts on brady's comments it was incorrect thing today because tom brady over eighteen years uh in that setting the news conference setting is always so poised and polished and really for maybe the first time i can remember over eighteen years i i watched them challenge another reporter and the way he the reporter asked him a question and it was a a little bit of an irritated tom brady and there are so many layers you know two two to peel off on this this story outline my sense of it was he he he's fine with bill bellichik like that to me would be the one question i had like how would that decision affect the working relationship with bill bellichik i what i think irritates tom brady would this is how now his friend business partner trainer alex guerrero is being perceived and reported on not in the media sh do you know if he was a stretch into brady and the team was at wise his passes health well coach art.
"ian brady" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio
"Pigs or something by the minute king manson uh as though the were home invaders that killed uh the three people rather than himself uh anyway he was then uh and second trial and and he was convicted at that point of course joe mcginness had to write a different book whoops he's antisocial and and uh and narcissistic and all and then uh when the when mcdonald was actually in jail he then sued mcguinness hey where you said we were going to split royalty money because if you murder uh someone you don't collect royalties from a book so uh but nevertheless the california there was they made it trial out of it anyway rather than throwing it out in the basket and i came to the defence of joe mcginness and i wanted to educate the jury as to wear this crime was situated so to speak in the spectrum of terrible crimes obviously there's a lot worse than uh climb the passions like gene harris who um kill the ski guards they'll diet dr when she found that he was cheating on her with another woman but it was not quite as awful as ian brady and myra hindley when they would capture little children in the more assists deserted areas of england and strangled him and as record the screams on a uh a taperecorder and use the screams this kind of a sexual turn on later in the evening and i'll i'll i i wanted to have to come back here because this break doesn't move but i want to continue this particular thought of just exactly uh what you discovered in one very stark and telling example of uh of evil behaviour back in a moment geico presents unhelpful.
"ian brady" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"One eight six six five vote jimbo one eight six six bible five four six two six we'll get back to the calls on the second but uh the break intervened as our guest a dr michael stone uh from his book the anatomy of evil was talking a bit about his experiences with the author joe mcginness and with the case of dr jeffrey mcdonald please continue yes so uh i wanted to say uh educate the jury as to wear the crime uh fit enough i mention these uh uh much less evil but still evil example of killing her lover the gene harassed but then the much much worse torture uh burgers uh the eu perpetrated by ian brady who by the way dis a few months ago um and then again to fill it in his i learn more about a true crime books fulllength biographies of famous uh murderers and criminals uh and then my own experience in forensics psychiatry ill law related psychiatry i began due to fill in but more and more spots each one a little bit worse than the one before uh and then at a certain point like around scale uh nine uh we're dealing with people who will be the law calls psychopaths people with lack of the guilt lack agreement free cold uh us people uh people who were pathological lawyers who manipulated use others uh we have those uh the superficial charm that they can kanu into going along with them and things of that sort are are these people different from us physiologically i mean i don't know of their dna is different but i mean uh y please tell me a bit more about that i'm always wondered about such either is almost look i've are they really homo sapiens like me oh like doug for both of us as many response then different from us.
"ian brady" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"And he she noticed then he was dealing in a sexual way uh the older daughter and she said you know don't you dare do that or if you do it again the you know and he at that point uh he took a knife in any kill them um and then he rode a trying to get away with it uh the know the pigs or something right the mimicking manson uh as though the were home invaders that killed uh th the three people rather than himself uh anyway he was then a g and second trial and and he was convicted at that point of course joe mcginness had to write a different book whoops he's antisocial and uh endorses cystic and all the other and then uh when the when mcdonald was actually in jail he then sued mcguinness hey where you said we were going to split royalty money of course if you're murder uh someone you don't collect royalties from a book so uh but nevertheless in california there was they made it trial out of in any way a rather than throwing it out in the basket and i came to the defence of joe mcginness and i wanted to educate the jury as to wear this crime was situated so to speak in the spectrum of terrible crimes obviously was a lot worse than a crime of passion like gene harris who um kill the ski guards they'll diet dr when she found that he was cheating on her with another woman but it was not quite as awful as ian brady and myra hindley when they would capture little children in the more assists deserted areas of england and strangled him and his record the screams on a uh a taperecorder and use the screams this kind of a sexual turn on later in the evening at all i i wanted to have to come back here because this break doesn't move but i want to continue this particular thought of just exactly uh what you discovered in one very stark and telling example of uh of evil behaviour back in a moment.
"ian brady" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Oh jimbo one eight six six bible five four six two six we'll get back to the calls on the second but the break intervened as our guest a dr michael stone uh from his book the anatomy of evil was talking a bit about his experiences with the author joe mcginness and with the case of dr jeffrey mcdonald please continue shown on one two as i say uh uh educate the jury as to wear the crime uh fit than that i mentioned these uh uh much less evil but still evil example of killing a her lover the gene harris but then the much much worse uh torture uh murders perpetrated by ian brady who by the way dis a few months ago um and then again to fill it in as i learn more about a true crime books fulllength biographies of famous serb murderers and criminals uh and then my own experience in forensics psychiatry they'll laws related psychiatry i began to to fill in by more and more spots each one a little bit worse than the one before um and then at a certain point like around scale uh nine uh we're dealing with people who will be the law cold psychopaths people with lack of the guilt lack of the break cold uh tell us people uh people who were pathological lawyers who manipulated use others uh we have those uh oftentimes superficial term that they can kanu into going along with them and things of that sort of all these people different from us busy logically i mean i don't know their dna is different but i mean uh you please tell me a bit more about that i'm always wondered about such aid there was almost look i've are they really homo sapiens like me uh but both of us in many respond then different from us.
"ian brady" Discussed on WCHS
"Jim bohannon show one eight six six by boat jimbo one eight six six bible five four six two six we'll get back to the calls on the second but the break intervened as our guest a dr michael stone uh from his book the anatomy of evil was talking a bit about his experiences with the author joe mcginness and with the case of dr jeffrey mcdonald please continue yes so i'm wanted to uh as i say uh educate the jury as to wear the crime of fit in i mention these uh uh much less evil but still evil example of a killing of her lover the gene harassed but then the much much worse uh torture uh borders of the eu perpetrated by ian brady who by the way died a few months ago um and then i began to fill it in his i learn more about a true crime books fulllength biographies of famous uh murderers and criminals uh and then my own experience in forensics psychiatry they'll law related psychiatry i began due to fill in more and more spots each one a little bit worse than the one before um and then at a certain point like around scale uh nine uh we're dealing with people who will be the law close psychopaths people with lack of guilt lack agreement the very cold uh tell us people uh people who were pathological liars who manipulate and use others uh who have those uh oftentimes superficial charm that they can con you into going along with them and things of that sort are are these people different from us physiologically i mean i don't know of their dna is different but i mean uh you please tell me a bit more but i've always wondered about such either is almost like i've are they really homo sapiens like me uh like.
"ian brady" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"The international development secretary pretty patel held a series of meetings in israel to discuss government business without telling the foreign office she was accompanied by leading proisraeli conservative lobbyist donning streeter said that miss patel did nothing wrong is all diplomatic correspondent james lando in august pretty patel went on holiday to israel the while there the international development secretary didn't just see the sites she also spent two days meeting the leader of one of israel's political partisan does ding firms in churches where she reportedly discussed deeper mental business however she didn't tell the foreign office as is customary nor was she accompanied by any civil servants she was however accompanied by lord pollak president of the conservative friends of israel a powerful proisrael lobby group tori the ministers and mps say this is stab reached a perceived conflict of interest that potentially breached the ministerial code of conduct eight sacked ministers from the catalan government of spend the night in custody after appearing in court charged with rebellion and sedition an arrest warrant could be issued today for catalonia's sect leader countless kujtim on who's in belgium and did not attend cold thousands of catalan staged protests last night saying those who'd been detained were political prisoners coach documents have revealed that the body of the malls murderer ian brady was cremated last week and his ashes scattered at sea he died in may at the age of seventy nine dash with high security hospital in merseyside together with mara hindley brady tortured and killed five children in the 1960s sean deely reports in the early hours of thursday last week five months off to his death from natural causes in brady's remains were driven to liverpool marina and dispatched at sea his body had been collected from the royal liverpool hospital and driven under police escort to southport crematorium now music was played a nofly was with omitted these were the conditions set by order of the high court which stepped in to oversee the disposal of ian brady's body because of fears his remains would be scattered on settle worth more where his victims were buried two new studies suggest cancer patients with high levels of good bacteria in the gut a more likely to respond to treatment that shrinks toomas the research in france and the united states indicates that immunotherapy drugs some more effective in people with healthy digestive systems the.