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Jim Stewart, co-founder of Stax Records in Memphis, dies
"Stacks records cofounder Jim Stewart has died at the age of 92, according to the stax museum of American soul music, details of his death were not given. A marches are a letter with a look at his life. Jim Stewart and his sister Estelle axton founded satellite records in 1957, but found out there was already a label by that name. They combined the first two letters of their last names to get stacks. Records helped create the Memphis sound among the acts on the label where Otis Redding Sam and Dave Isaac Hayes and the house band Booker T and the MGs. Stacks
Miranda Devine: FBI Tracked Conversations to Cover up Hunter Laptop
"So eventually he contacted many months later Rudy Giuliani by email gave him chapter in verse screenshots of material on the laptop and the FBI knew the laptop was real They knew that John Paul Mac Isaac was a legitimate guy and so they were pre warned about this story that was going to come out involving Joe Biden from the material on hunter to laptop And they also would have had access to my messages with Rudy Giuliani in October in which they would have found out that the post was working on the story roughly when we were going to publish and roughly what we were going to be publishing So they had a good reason if they wanted to bury this story to pre bunker with the social media platforms And the other part of this that a lot of people haven't picked up But James baker who is the former general counselor in top lawyer at the FBI 5 months before the 2020 election he gets parachuted into Twitter Their top lawyer So he's still there And so you know when Elon Musk authorized the Twitter files to be jumped on Friday there was one thing missing and that was FBI involvement
Miranda Devine: FBI Tracked Giuliani's Opposition Research on Biden
"One of the other components of this story that's being squashed by the media And one that I think is explosive as well is that the FBI was watching Rudy Giuliani's traffic likely in live time through some through a warrant to spy on his iCloud So when Rudy Giuliani who had this information about the Hunter Biden laptop the FBI almost had like the defensive and offensive playbook for the other team in advance So then they go out every time they're watching Giuliani probably send a message whether they're getting it in live time or on delay and they essentially know what the political oppo research on Joe Biden's going to be and then they go to the tech companies and squash it That's a part of this story that's strangely outside a conservative media been largely sidelined Yeah Amazing curiosity from the rest of the media from the left wing media because of course they're all in the tank for the Democrats and it's embarrassing to them because not only did they run the Russia collusion hoax and get political for it they then kiboshed our Hunter Biden story and have had to reluctantly a year or two later sort of admit that it was right And so we know that the FBI was spying on Rudy Giuliani throughout 2020 Of course Rudy Giuliani at that stage was had been the personal lawyer of Donald Trump So this covert surveillance warrant began a month after he took that job And then they would have had access to the emails in August of 2020 from the computer pay shop owner John Paul Mackay Isaac who had given the FBI Hunter Biden's laptop And he was concerned that the FBI had not really treated his national security concerns
A Mediation on Matthew 8:5-11 for Monday of the 1st Week of Advent
"For the next few moments, surrender all the cares and concerns of the stay to the lord. Say slowly, from your heart, Jesus. I trust in you. You. Take over. Become aware that he is with you. Looking upon you with love. Wanting to be heard, deep within your heart. A reading from the holy gospel, according to Matthew, chapter 8 versus 5 through 11. When Jesus went into capernaum, a centurion came up and pleaded with him. Sir, he said, my servant is lying at home paralyzed and in great pain. I will come myself in cure him, said Jesus. A centurion replied. Sir, I am not worthy to have you under my roof. Just give the word in my servant will be cured. For I am under authority myself and have soldiers under me, and I say to one man, go, and he goes to another, come here, and he comes. To my servant, do this, and he does it. When Jesus heard this he was astonished and said to those following him, I tell you solemnly, nowhere in Israel have I found faith like this, and I tell you that many will come from east and west to take their places with Abraham and Isaac and Jacob at the feast in the Kingdom of Heaven. What word made this passage come alive for you? What did you sense the lord saying to you?
Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House
"To be thankful for this week. Including Anthony Fauci, no longer being in our government. Now I haven't seen the last of Anthony Fauci. I got to tell you. We got to get him back in front of Congress. We got to get this leadership fight figured out. We got to get committees filled, and then we got to start sending subpoenas out like frisbees. To every single one of these people. Fauci gave his final message today at The White House play cut 69. So my message and my final message may be the final message I give you from this podium is that please, for your own safety for that of your family, get your updated COVID-19 shot as soon as you're eligible to protect yourself, your family and your community. This guy never stops. Paid to you by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Fauci continues. He says the real danger is those of us that have not been vaccinated. Play cut 72. In vaccinated and unboosted versus vaccinated plus boosted. That doesn't mean you shouldn't get boosted, but the real danger is in the people who have not been vaccinated. So that's where we expect if we're going to see a problem this winter, it's going to, yeah, if you see a problem, it's going to be the unvaccinated people. Doctor Anthony Fauci is the worst of the fourth branch of government. There has to be a mandate for this new Republican House of Representatives. To put on full display the lying the cheating, the stealing the deceit. The self enrichment. Of Anthony Fauci.
'American Injustice' Author J.P. Mac Isaac Is Getting the Truth Out
"Think people are going to learn in this book when they get it? And the book, by the way, is American injustice, my battle to expose the truth. Well, I think it should be a cautionary tale. There's two stories that I think the more important story is not revolving around a guy with a drug problem and a sex addiction that left three laptops at my shop are one laptop in my shop. I think the story is more of this is what happens when our mainstream and social media collude with our federal agencies that have been weaponized politically. And this is the outcome. And they decided to block my story, replace the narrative with this Russian collusion. And push that on to the American people. And they took away my opportunity to tell my story. So this book allows me to tell the story. They can't shadow ban this book. They can't block it on YouTube. So this is my story and my effort to get the truth out.
J.P. Mac Isaac Tells Us What He Found on Hunter Biden's Laptop
"Us now is John Paul mcisaac, John, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me on the show. So John, tell us the story for those people that haven't heard. How did you come across Hunter Biden's laptop? Well, on April 12th, 2019, hunter Biden came into my shop with three liquid damage laptops. I was able to check in one, two, I left with him. That one laptop when I checked it in and performed a data recovery. That's when he came in for it. He didn't come in for a repair. He came in for a data recovery. So I was kind of forced to recover the data manually recovered, verify it. That's what I realized that there was a lot of homemade porn and drug use. But I also saw some other documents that were kind of a concern. It showed a lot of exchange. And the exchange of a lot of money and then ultimately I would discover that that was a lot of money in exchange for access to the office of the vice president. Now, there are some speculation that on the laptop there was illegal forms of pornography. Can you speak to that? You know, I've never felt really comfortable about talking about the actual contents of the laptop with anybody other than people of authority and the authorities. I can say that the 80,000 images of CP that were reported to be on the laptop, that's false. There is some, there's some disturbing images that are revolving family members, and I'll just leave it at that. Okay,
Why Couldn't Catherine Herridge Verify the Hunter Laptop Sooner?
"I want you to listen to the process by which Catherine herridge says they verified the laptop And I want to ask you a simple question as you're listening to this What is it that they did now with this suspicious timing that they could not have done 769 days ago to verify this story What is it Tell me one thing Take a lesson These House Republican investigations are coming and that could be a challenge for The White House as we head into 2023 and 2024 The laptop data we had analyzed showed no evidence it was faked or tampered with Digital forensic investigator Mark lanterman was previously a member of a Secret Service electronic crimes task force There was one thing that got my attention and that was a voicemail spatter called and turned out in the world I kind of get some help That voicemail apparently from Joe Biden during his son hunter's drug addiction is one of many findings lanterman used to authenticate what is believed to be Hunter Biden's laptop data Your confident based on your analysis This is Hunter Biden's data and that it's real Yes This Delaware computer shop is where the laptop's backstory begins Their records indicate in April 2019 Hunter Biden took his laptop in for repair Okay What part of that you've now heard this story That's the CBS breaking news story What part of that could not have been done 769 days ago What part The secret serve former Secret Service guy Who worked on the electronic crimes task force Well what part of that The laptop repairman John Paul Mack Isaac who we had him on about his book yesterday American injustice which flew up the chalk yesterday by the way Thank you for picking that up You couldn't have gone and talked to him
John Paul Mac Isaac: Biden Asked for Laptop Back Day Before News Leak
"Just to get to the point where you have this Eureka moment where you're saying yourself my gosh this is the son of the president here You see this Beau Biden of course was Hunter Biden's brother who is deceased through the brain cancer now You see this sticker on the laptop And you put two and two together saying to yourself like you said it's not unusual for deceased family emergency command and want to retrieve data off computers But you figure out it's the sun Are you thinking to yourself at this point I mean I think this is a question a lot of us have John Paul What kind of an idiot does this with all this compromising data I mean that's that you're a smart guy That has to have occurred to you at some point immediately when you figured out who he was All I can say to that is drugs are a horrible thing And the commission that he was in when he dropped it off I'm surprised that if he remembers the interaction I know he has to remember the interaction because his lawyer called me up the day before the post ran the story asking for the laptop back
John Paul Mac Isaac: Hunter Never Paid Discounted Data Recovery Bill
"When he came in I know you just kind of alluded to it but can you tell obviously that he was not in the right state of mind putting it delicately Was it obvious the minute he walked in the store Yeah I was pretty obvious He had some mobility issues and the smell of alcohol proceeded him before he actually reached the counter Again when I saw the sticker I just assumed he was still in mourning His brother's death was I think a year and a half prior maybe two years prior So I figured this was an emotional time for him And I felt bad for the guy I mean I'm a Scotsman I don't cut deals but normally I charge $200 for data recovery And I felt bad for the kids so I charged them 85 which he never paid
John Paul Mac Isaac Did Not Initially Recognize Hunter Biden
"Congratulations on the success of the book I think the story needs to be told again folks it's called American injustice You should pick it up today It's his story of dealing with this Hunter Biden fiasco which the John Paul you did not ask to be part of this You were going about your work in a store you run you're the sole proprietor from what I heard you say on Fox this morning And a guy walks into your store and you didn't immediately recognize him as Hunter Biden correct Correct Yeah I have a visual impairment So I can't really see too clearly past about four feet Right And I heard you say as well this morning that you weren't you really didn't care that much about the Biden family to go looking up what his family members look like and I thought that was a pretty good line I was listening to you on with my buddy Bill hemmer this morning So there was no incentive for you to for you to react any differently than you would have to any other customer when he walked in correct No you know and it's not the first time customers have come in with deceased family members devices seeking to get the memories recovered off those machines And when I saw the Bo Biden sticker foundation sticker on one of the laptops that's what I assumed It wasn't until the next day and after verifying the data that I realized that these were in fact hunters laptops and then after his father announced his candidate candidacy for the presidency I realized that well I was in danger because there was a lot of compromising stuff on that laptop and I knew somebody was going to come looking for it
Was Coolio Killed Because of a QAnon Conspiracy?
"I watched a video the other day of Coolio. And he's talking like crazy, late at night. And it's said to be the last video he ever made, and in it, he talks about that old tale how celebrities feast on adrenochrome gives them life. It makes them glow. It's almost like immortality. Late night night late in 2020, there was a report that a dangerous conspiracy theory was being spread by supporters of the right wing group QAnon. About a drug called adrenochrome. And this conspiracy theory is still the center of a lot of curiosity. A lot of people believe it, I personally don't. The story goes that adrenochrome is being harvested by liberal elites from the blood of kidnapped children. You know, sometimes we saw these artists all these Tony Podesta, the old guy in Obama's cabinet, Obama's confit not what have you. These guys had artwork that seemed to have always images of babies and blood and there's that one artist Abramovich who does a lot of blood work in her artwork and includes babies as well. Just then there was also the pizza connection, you know, with the kids, there's a tunnel under the pizza shop. It goes so far and so deep. The theory is that liberal eats kidnap and chuck this blood, this adrenochrome out of the children. So supposedly it gives them a psychedelic experience and even holds the promise of immortality for those who take it. It may sound absolutely ridiculous. But the adrenochrome conspiracy theory has now made its way far beyond those people who sit at their computer with Bloodshot eyes, scouring YouTube all night. Now it's in mainstream culture. Even Dr. Phil had a woman on his show who claimed that her missing daughter had been kidnapped and tortured for adrenochrome. Now, as I said, I don't believe it, but Bernie Mac, the old comedian was somebody who brought that up in the past, then there was that crazy man. Isaac Kathy, who people who listen to my show, know all about him. He terrorized Hollywood for a few months a couple of years ago with stories of pedophilia and adrenochrome and how, you know, all these tippy top Hollywood people are on it, and now there's a video of Coolio saying much the same thing. The one thing all those guys have in common, they're all dead now. So some people are drawing a line between wait a minute. They all talked about adrenochrome, and now they're all dead. They must have gotten killed. They must've gotten whacked.
Live updates: Biden joins other world leaders at reception
"As more and more foreign dignitaries arrive in London ahead of the queen's state funeral many of them went to pay their respects to the late monarch President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were among thousands of mourners to enter Westminster hall where the queen's coffin lay in state Biden made the sign of the cross and put his hand to his heart as he stood quietly by her caskets as he signed the queen's book of condolences the president told reporters how he felt about her as a person Decent honorable And all about service He even said she reminded him of his own mother She had that look like are you okay Anything I can do for you what do you need And then also make sure you do what you're supposed to do Other dignitaries to sign the book were Israeli president Isaac Herzog was truly majestic and she truly personified the world the word majesty Canadian president Justin Trudeau said he remembered her as a child I first met her majesty when I was 7 years old and her presence throughout my life had been constant inspiring and graceful Karen Chammas London
Rays start 9 Latin American position players, rout Jays 11-0
"Yandy Diaz and Isaac paredes Homer and Shane mcclanahan went 5 innings as the raised demolished the Blue Jays 11 nothing at Rogers center Mclenna had coming off the 15 day injured list struck out 5 and gave up just three hits despite working his way through a 23 pitch first inning Felt like usually I can put it wherever I wanted I was struggling I was spiking fastballs I was home changeups I was I wasn't that wasn't doing a good job The wind keeps the razor half game back of Seattle and the Jays in the American League wild card race John let there be Toronto
Heat wave breaks in Southern California with spotty rain
"The wildfires in Southern California are feeling the lingering effects of what was hurricane K which quickly weakened into a tropical storm by the time it reached the state Right now there are 12 active wildfires since Cal fire's Isaac Sanchez and hurricane K helped battle blazes in the southern part of the state It did bring higher humidities and of course that's always a blessing when it comes to buyers But not in the north the mosquito fire near Sacramento so residents like Deborah fleeing We evacuated in my husband had two different shoes on While James Lowry stayed behind and was using a garden hose to spray down structures We've been fighting it all night My brother was right there last night when the fire jumped the line on mosquito Reggie came up on those streets And the flames were 300 feet in the air the trees were exploding The mosquito fire is the largest in California with over 33,000 acres burning as of Saturday morning and zero containment I'm Julie Walker
Did Harry Styles Spit in Chris Pine's Lap?
"The big story today, for real, did Harry Styles actually spit at Chris Pine during their premiere of their film, don't worry darling. At the Venice Film Festival. I can't believe all this juicy, I can't believe all this juice this little film is getting. And by juice, I mean PR. So there's this video circulating everywhere and stories about this night all over the newspapers and websites, et cetera. Harry Styles, who's finally wearing men's clothing, even though the shirt collar was way too big, looks like the ones that the clowns used to wear at bottom and belly circus, which I saw as a kid. Way too big, but I don't know it's in anymore. You know, I mean, can guys even tuck their shirts it anymore? And I mean, can they tuck their shirts into this skirt? Because men are now wearing skirts so much, you know, Oscar Isaac, Brad Pitt, more and more guys are wearing skirts. So I don't know what the etiquette is, but so he gets to his seat. And he's waving along to his adoring crowd, and as he sits, he turns to Chris Pine, Chris my staring straight ahead and clapping slowly, and people say he spits in his lap. And is this happens, Chris Pine is in mid clap, and then he stops and he kind of stares off into space. Personally, I didn't see any saliva. You know, my eyes aren't great, but even with my glasses on, I couldn't see really anything flat of his mouth that would have been gross. But that didn't stop this dumb little nothing of a nugget spread like wildfire.
Charlie Unpacks the Great COVID Pivot
"We're getting a lot of questions about how the big COVID rewind is happening COVID pivot. Isaac from North Dakota has a question. Charlie, how are they going to get away with this? We can't allow them to get away with it. They're running the hills. They are afraid. They're afraid of potential Nuremberg trials. They're afraid of accountability. This is Kareem Jean Pierre, just flat out lying. About this play cut one O four. Let's step back to where we were not too long ago when this president walked into this administration. How mismanaged the pandemic, the response to the pandemic was. How 47% of schools were in less than 6 months, our schools went from 46% to open to nearly all of them being open to full-time. That was the work of this president. The lies, the deceit, the lord will not honor this amount of treachery. So Korean Jean Pierre said 46% of all schools were closed. People might not remember because this is the strategy of the gaslighters and of the mockingbird media. But in August of 2020, I remember it 'cause I was there. Donald Trump did press conference after press conference with Betsy devos and with all the people around him defying Anthony Fauci saying that schools needed to be open in the fall of 2020. And then he was called a super spreader, a mass murderer, Gavin Newsom, and Gretchen Whitmer, and Lori Lightfoot, and Bill de Blasio. They all resisted it. CNBC dot com, July 30th. I remember this because I was there. Amanda's Orwell just pop out because it feels as if you watch these clips and without, I don't know, the Internet Archive, you feel as if you're losing your mind.
Dr. Stephen Iacoboni on Newton and Understanding Life
"Wrote about Newton in your book and Newton actually, it's one of the greatest tragedies in the history of science that Newton said that he was reading the mind of God and limiting what he said to pure mechanics and that he had no jurisdiction. I know ability to talk about living things in the way that Emmanuel Kant later said, of course not. Biology is inscrutable. What happened in the 19th century? About biology. There's a question. He knew a lot about mechanism. He knew a lot about a lot of things, but and so there's something called a Newton of the leaf, there's a famous quote where he said, never will there be an Isaac Newton who can describe the genesis of a single blade of grass. And so that's called the Newton of the leaf. And Kant is famous for a great quote, which actually pertains to telos. And you understanding life, he said, life is cause and effect of itself, meaning that everything else in the world that you make like a car or your battery or your phone is made by somebody else. Life makes itself. Life is self sustaining. And that's one of the fundamental differences of life. In other words, organisms don't need external agents to make themselves. Now they need food and water and they need an environment, but they reproduce themselves by themselves that reproduce themselves and they make themselves. So for example, the whole idea of AI replacing life is first, while you'd have to have an AI to think, which will never happen. But even if you did, it would have to reproduce itself to be life. And that's never going to happen, no matter what they say.
"isaac long" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"I'm Lucy Hansen. And I'm Megan Lee. It's easy to see why haunted houses are frightening. Most of us live in a house and we share a terror of what might happen if some unpleasant force took up residence there alongside us. Folk horror that is rooted in a particular place can also challenge our sense of feeling safe within the community. But how do you make a distant place seen only by a minority of the population? Seems scary. How do you convey the menace of such a location? How do you ensure that readers share the deep terror that the protagonist is experiencing? These are exactly the questions we will be putting to Michelle paver in this episode. Michelle is a well-known author of the wolf brother series for young readers, but she's also written three strikingly excellent horror books for adults. Two of which are set in remote locations. And one of which is set somewhere a little more recognizable. Thank you for joining us, Michelle. Please introduce yourself and tell us a little bit about the books you've written. Thank you very much, Charlotte. And it's great to be with you. Yes, well, as you say, I suppose I'm probably best known for the wolf brother series, which is now 9 books set in the Stone Age, about a boy, a girl and a wolf battling to survive. But then I think the ones will probably mostly be talking about tonight are the three, I suppose I'd call them gothic stories, the first one, dark matter, set in the Arctic, it's 1937 and my protagonist Jack is, well, he hates his life, and so he jumps at the chance of joining an expedition 5 men several huskies in Svalbard. They called it spitzer in north Norway. And at first everything is terrifically set up in the midsummer sort of sunshine. But then things start to go wrong at this remote location. And one by one, Jack's companions are forced to leave. And so he's struggling on a loan, and the polar night has come down as winter comes on. It becomes dark, and it's going to be dark for months on end. And Jack is not alone. So the second one I wrote was thin air. Again, as you said, Charlotte, it's set in a remote location, this time it's India. Twilight of the empire, the Himalayas, just think sort of pith helmets and Mallory and Irving, that sort of thing. And my hero is on an expedition to climb kanchenjunga. The scariest deadliest mountain of the mall at that stage. And they're following in the footsteps of an earlier expedition, which ended in tragedy. And as we climb higher, up the mountain, things start to happen that Stephen, the hero, can't explain. And then he finds himself alone on the mountain. Only he isn't alone, and he has to ask himself, is what he's experiencing the altitude, the thin air. Or is the mountain haunted? So those two obviously have sort of all male protagonists and casts, really. And then the third one, as you said, was rather more familiar setting, perhaps it's set in deepest Suffolk in edwardian times 1906. My heroine Maude, she's an upper class edwardian child growing up in an ancient manor house in the fens. And her life is ruled by her father. He's in intensely religious and he hates women, he's secretly riddled with guilt, but we don't know why. And then one day in a graveyard, he finds a medieval painting of devil's dragging sinners into hell. And his guilt starts to surface. Strange things start to happen and as Maude grows up as we follow her from sort of a child through to teenager wood, her life becomes a battle of wills with her father. Is he going mad? Or is there really something out there in the fence? So I suppose that's a classic sort of haunted house story, really. There is always something out there in the fence. There is always something out there. Absolutely. I have to say that before I opened up my computer for this episode, I was going back through the books and writing all the names down and the dates and things like that. And I've read dark matter a couple of times. And I was actually raving about it with Laura marrow the other day on, well, I say the other day with weeks going out on an online forum we did. But when I was rereading about thin air, I was like, are funny about that one once, I might reread it again. And when you were saying about wake and Hurst and about Edmund's secret, I was like, yeah, I need to read that one again as well. Oh, lovely. Thank you. Your books are so readable that excellent. And I must admit, I have such a fan of the huskies in dark matter. Isaac, the husky. And when I was looking on goodreads to catch more other people thought everyone's going, I love Isaac, the husky. So definitely a popular choice. So glad he's based on a real dog actually. Yes, yes, I did. I had a lovely day with the huskies at a husky farm on Svalbard. And there was this one dog, and he was very sort of vocal. He kept going, and this sort of thing. And he had tricks, and he knew how to open the tension, and he was just great. And he it was dark, and then he came with us with the guide as a sort of polar bear warning system, because of course his nose is brilliant. Because you can't see the polar bears out there. What could be what looks like a sort of mound of snow could be a polar bear, but with Isaac long, he wasn't called Isaac off the governor's real name, but yeah, he was based on real dog. I'm glad people liked him. That is adorable. And it also kind of leads me into my first question, which is, are these places actually real? Now, the one in dark matter was grew hooking. Is that right? Yeah, and then I'm going to attempt the name of them. No, do you know what you say the name of the mountain? Can Xinjiang? Actually mountaineers call it couch so you can call it that. So are they actually real places that you've chosen? Yes and no is the answer. I mean, kanchenjunga is a real mountain very real mountain, which has killed lots of people, sadly. But I did simplify it because it's a mountaineering story and so they go from one camp to another and things, but if you read mountaineering sort of memoirs as I have done and I'm not very good at understanding to properly one can rattle rapidly get very lost when people talk about buttresses and this sort of thing. So I simplified it and I just confessed in the author's note that I did. Fine. So it's a real mountain with its own real and I've built in the fact that certain real expeditions I refer to them, but then I've made up certain things. And just confessed in the author's note, same thing.
"isaac long" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Down one to go. And so last Tuesday night, I watched the episode knowing that that was the day final cuts we're going to be made, so I had to watch it a little bit with a jaundiced eye, but nonetheless the same Take away I've had since week one about head coach Mike McCarthy. You look up clunky in the dictionary and you see his picture. He's inarticulate and he's got this. It's the same speech at halftime. It's the Sanchez. Let's win. Let's win. Let's win this game, you know. The most successful leaders, most successful coaches that I've observed, they understand this about winning in any sport or in life. It's a process oriented endeavor. It's not a situation where you focus on the outcome. You focus on the process the leads to the outcome. That's what Nick Saban does. That's what John Wooden did. That's what urban Meyer did. And three colleges. That's what all he agreed or did at Cal State Fullerton, the greatest college baseball coach of all time. But Mike McCarthy is Mike McCarthy. And I don't expect him to change and he did win a Super Bowl. So what do I know? All right, in the fourth episode of each view is hard knocks well again. It came the night of the roster cut down to 53. I I waited till the end of watching, but my fears were three guys. I was rooting for. Well spoiler alert. They all ended up getting cut. But these were some of the highlights of Of hard knocks last week. These are some thoughts again. I I pick on the show, but I enjoy and I watch it. This hasn't been the most compelling I would say episode or, you know iteration of hard knocks because The Cowboys just aren't that interesting to me In terms of personalities? I don't hold that against him. Still an iconic franchise. It's just that they don't have, like, you know, the Jimmy Valvano type characters. I get such a kick out of Covid reared its ugly head that forced the team in the virtual meetings again. I get a kick out of John Fossil, the son of the great Jim Fossil arrested Soul who was a great NFL coach. He lived here in Vegas. They knew him. He's a terrific guy, and he was I who couldn't relate to his Dissertation that Covid is for the birds. But the players were able to return to the star after a couple of days and But their defensive coordinator, Dan Quinn, was still in protocol. And so a guy by the name of Jowitt stepped in. And, um he has his own coaching style, which to me, didn't throw me once again, one of the serious favorites. The gentleman from Mexico. His name is Isaac Alarcon not to be confused with Isaac Long crime who's a star here at Fox Sports Radio and Isaac Alicante, trying to be a star with the Cowboys at the Star. And the irony was, is he even though he acknowledges he's from Mexico, which is extremely hot there during the summer, he was literally feeling the heat, figured everything in the heat and that Dallas son was just beating down on them, and it was obvious. That with cuts looming, um he knew that he had to have a good day. He knew he was on the bubble, but the heat was getting the best of them. It was something that I just I really felt for the young man. I felt like he was almost admitting that he knew. He wasn't going to be able to limp across the finish line and spoiler alert. He did end up getting cut. Then the camera shifted the Jiuquan Hardy, the running back who had the issue with the, uh, the contact lenses you remember and all that that he had glasses and he had other issues. And then he finally settled into better contact lenses, and he has been fighting for a spot and he kind of caught a break. It's one of those, you know situations. He was behind a running back named Rico Dowdell on the depth chart, but it turns out Donald, you know had an injury hip injury. It was sent into the sent him to the I. Honestly, you won't see be seeing Rico suave via Rico doubt at any time. The hearing the Cowboys. It's ashamed to have that happen to the young man. But what that did was open the door for Jaquan Hardy and the running backs coach Pete told him. No uncertain terms. Here's what you got in front of you, man. Right? And then they went into Dequan Hardy a little bit and he's just like you and I, he went out, he found, uh, restaurant there and Dallas or Frisco that that made his favorite Southern food and he was sitting there like we can all relate to that. You go. You're looking forward to a meal. You go sit down, and then you know you're waiting and waiting, and he starving and they put the tray in front of He's got a big smile on his face. Again. That was actually very relatable. This guy became very likable, right and he was eating his, uh, his is I think it was some kind of fried chicken or maybe gizzards. And then there's some kind of mash up of Mac and cheese and yams and Yeah, It was a human moment that I thought that hard knocks crew did a good job of giving you a glimpse behind these people. Yeah, the National Football League wannabes or players there, guys. That are trying to do something with her life there. Human beings will I found myself rooting for Jaquan Hardy. He had an okay game. They show that you know it caught a couple passes in the flat, had a couple runs. He didn't make the team. Michael Parsons again. He stepped in and you know there's a stud waiting to happen, Uh, great player out of Penn State First round draft choice. Another lover of Southern cuisine, he had the teammates over to his house. And then and then he had a little game of Connect four and he's better and connect for that. He is a chest so if that excites you, God bless you didn't excite me. I thought that was kind of stupid. And one of the things that they've really not done a lot. In this hard knocks his talk a lot about veterans, right? But they did show a bit of a rivalry between the mark Kewpie in Trayvon digs and the kind of one on one battles are going in camp. True, you know, Diggs is a is a defensive back. Tough player. Mark Cooper's a brilliant receiver, and Dak Prescott was kind of tagging them on. And it was it showed. You kind of took you behind the scenes to show how intense competition can be, even for guys who've already made the team. I mean, these are world class athletes, right and then Dak Prescott weighed in again and who knew he was silver bowls. He started talking about corn hole in the meeting and the long and short of it is, And then he got finally back to full participation in practice and again, you were reminded of why people like Dak Prescott so much There's something unexpected came out of left field. Player by the name of Tarell Basham, who is a stand up. Want to be Canadian? Took the mic at a comedy club, All right. I don't know, man. If this is his post career path, I don't have high hopes, but he did manage to make his teammates laugh. He did a rendition of his routine in a meeting as well. And he told something story about going to a restaurant with somebody. You don't have a restaurant..
"isaac long" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"A team that there might be some kind of Match there. I mean obviously it would the Celtics would most likely be having to send maybe a picker so it depends on what's in it. But when you talk about Marcus Smart, what you're talking about one of these other young guys that they'll have to package with pics. I took that there's I don't want to Star, I don't want to start, I don't want peel, I don't want to like meaning of Isaac long over bill, of course, you'll take him. I'm saying, do you want to clear out everything and everything. Do you want to consider Jalen in them? Know, I don't want guys that can play with. I want to play with him and brown. That's it. I want a guy who robbed and yeah one so he can play his ass. Well, he can play a lot, you can play defense, plays defense and Pastor really good pastor, that's it Young. And if and if you're the Pelicans half cord and transition. Absolutely. Yeah. Dad is good story. Good guy to get a couple of quotes from here and they're replacing it with Marcus. Smart is not the worst thing in the world, do the Pelicans, right? But you know, his contract situation makes things complicated. I think Marcus and and you can choose to Away, by the way, you give up ball and and have her, what's your first about Alaskan? Plus plus plus a player, would you do to make the playoffs, do it for Nesmith. Your future first smart, or whatever? Team, I hate to say, so, and then dumped a salary that you want to get rid of his team. Could use a Marcus, maybe, maybe, maybe they're young. They're young team, that, that might be looking for is a good veteran type, you know, a tough player. And a guy that's had experience in the play-offs and those of it takes to get there and, and the Robin Williams is healthy. He's loving to Rob. Oh, love him and see it now. Yeah, eventually, get rid of Rob you just you just include oh no, no Bonzo. Oh okay, okay. Okay. That's okay. Then let that one slide. So that's what I'm guessing is like you have the game 3 win and you're talking about Tristan and Marcus and like being, you know, along with Tatum who dropped fifty, you know, these huge players and they totally needed it and then literally the name Were like oh yeah, it's Tristan. Thompson. And he's looked these last two games, like the worst version of Tristan Thompson. Like I think he missed six straight layups at one point tonight off.
"isaac long" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk
"To Find. Love begins with 30 new men all hoping to be the one to get her final Rose. Tell ya and the drama starts night one. One, one of these, these men arrives in a box that I still can't get over this. Who is this mystery man? Is he pardon the pun, the whole package? And the biggest question of all, have we seen him on the season of The Bachelorette before? And this season are back, but has two friends on the inside, awesome, Bachelor Nation fan, favorites, stepping in to help her, make sure that Katie knows who's there for the right reasons. And who should take a moment and save their goodbyes. No word yet. If Katie's got her buzzing bestie with her, you know, think that vibrating well anyway, if you don't know what I'm talking about, look it up, Katie find Love, Good Vibes and the happy ending she's looking for well, the mystery man in a box. Give her a ring in a box. Or will he join the journey as the new season of The Bachelorette airs Monday night, eight, seven, Central on ABC. Speaking of ring in a box, okay. All right. Brianna got engaged this week. Oh yeah, I thought this was like, I don't get it. No Briana and Javi are actually engaged this week. That's kind of cool though. She seems happy. Okay. Listen. She deserves to get married for the first time, you know, I think we all deserve like for the first for the first time. Yeah. Oh my God, I can't wait until your second wedding. Okay. But also besides my second wedding cuz I have so many dresses picked out. You should be a really good one. The other I I know. Yep. Been thinking about that, just for like days. I really want to see if he's going to move in to the hey, here's the thing. Where do you go from there? I just cut ties with that house and, like, cut your losses. And you're like, oh, well, you know, I guess Roxanne and Brittany live in this house and then I go to the next house, right? I don't understand. Like they have no choice. I don't know, I don't know. Well, interesting, speaking of new houses, let's talk about kale Lincoln's at football. I love him in his little football suit costume, whatever it is, I told the costume suit, probably, what is it? It's definitely not beautiful, no, no, it's a costume now. It's very cute. This is The Isaacs show and he's the star. I'm just letting you know that this is not log onto this is called Isaac. It's the only he's the only kid that matters really well she has another talk with Isaac on taco night which is like sacrilege. I'm very happy Right about Taco. I wish we could have seen the tacos. Okay. I wanted to see the tacos, me too. I want to know the fixin's that go with the tacos. You might be able to get that information. Yeah, we get home, like, ask probably, I'm going to ask. So, Isaac, super upset since since the pandemic, because he likes to do, like, indoor things, he likes piano lessons, even the sports, he likes are indoors. So, there's no basketball. You can turn piano lessons, you can't really do anything social and, you know, walks Lux is just training for the NFL with Lincoln. I love that luck, so we'll do anything that Lincoln does. But also she he's training with Lincoln am very playing with him. He's training with her training locks in Lincoln. I didn't want to spoil this but they get drafted to the NFL during the pandemic. Wow, that was fast. So, Isaac long, she doesn't want him on his electronics and she doesn't want him to have no outlets, right?.