18 Burst results for "Jack Warner"
"jack warner" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Now we know that I think there's 232 bridges of the gambling rules if you want to as a player you can not bet money on games that even if your team is not playing, but on football matches in general to be the idea is that you're privy to certain information. Exactly. That you could get access to. And 230 is a lot. This is a lot. And this is not looking good for antoni to start with. And now maybe you understand a bit more why you didn't make the England squad when I think a lot of us agree that just on pure talent and performances on the pitch, he probably deserved to. What I don't understand about this is, right? When you're was it peterborough he was at before, but before Brentford, and I think my understanding is that when a lot of these bets took place, right? Once you're in the Premier League, once you're doing well, once you're established, why not come clean? Might not say like guys, I did this, I might have broken a rule. Rather than have them come to you. Yeah, maybe. Yeah, maybe. That is not the smartest thing. No, that's true. As we mentioned, gab the World Cup kicks on kicks off sorry on Sunday with host Qatar facing Ecuador and you won't be the only Italian in the stadium. No, the referee Daniel or Sato won the China as well as will of course, I think both assistance and possibly the fourth official too. Look, we're not so good at getting to world cups by playing football. We do a slightly better job by refereeing football games. Yeah, that's good. Exactly. Take what you can. Lionel Messi caused a minor panic earlier today by not showing up to the pitch. But it's okay because now we know that he trained his own in the gym. No reason to worry, right? No, and he was not the only one, by the way, offered for me it's been a hunting I was saying like in the WhatsApp group that we have well, things like that happen. You know, there's nothing to worry about. I want to believe them. I really hope so. And we also saw when hunting arrived here in Qatar and went to the hotel and where they're going to be staying for the whole tournament. Everybody was sharing rooms. I think the Maria and Perez are together, something like that. But then Messi had only his name on his door. So he's a bit like you, right? He's the only one I share. You're my messy basically. And he already has its benefits. That's so good. Former FIFA, vice president Jack Warner has lost his appeal and will be extradited to the United States to stand trial. Garvey, this is a big deal. Yeah, for those who watch the FIFA documentary. Which I think is out on Netflix. That's right. Not FIFA plus, I believe, right? I don't think so. You know, he is one of the villains of that era with him, chuck blazer. And so on. The FBA was part of the big part of the FBI investigation. Of course, chuck blazer helped inform on him the late chuck blazer. He fought extradition for a long time. Now the feds are into him. Now it gets, it gets interesting because I think we don't know which way it's going to go, but I do wonder whether we might see something where maybe there's a plea deal or something. Maybe he reveals more stuff about I don't want to name names, but maybe certain people who is there more people to get dragged into this from him. Do you think I've always for fathers? Some people who may be cut a deal of their own with the feds and maybe Jack Warner might take this opportunity to call them out. Or maybe not. Maybe not. Brazil maker debut against Serbia and marquinhos had some revealing things to say about Neymar. Yeah, I thought so Gabby came up in the pressure on Thursday. And basically said, how much I know I know name, he's my brother. We so close. Everything said, I can see how ready it is for this workup. How focused, how committed? And he said he said the line that was very interesting, I thought, especially knowing Markey as well. He said he's changed his lifestyle. He's changed the life kind of outside of football, which really, if you read between the lines, he's like, there's less partying. This late maybe gaming late and that kind of stuff, less of his sister's birthday. I don't know, but I don't know exactly what, but I think this is it. This is like a 30 years old now, is the maturity that we see from Neymar also comes from the fact that he's as maybe a lot of the things that he was done at a younger age. And I think to get ready for this World Cup, which was always going to be the objective of the season. And his first half of the season was like, okay, now I'm going to put everything on my side to make sure that I arrived on my best in Qatar. And that's why he's done. For in terms of in terms of highs, I don't know, but in terms of consistency, this might be the best three, four months that he's had. Certainly since he wouldn't have PSG, maybe including his time at Barcelona. Yes, he's the 1415 season. This is the best we've ever seen him. Report is reportedly in proposition for the weekend athletic job after his own brother Yaya Toure reportedly turned it down, gab, he will be the first African manager in English football league. I think it's a big deal because when you think about we've already had several generations of players from Africa coming to Europe, excelling, excelling for their leadership skills and so on. Hanging around color tour, of course, did very well as an assistant coach for a number of years. I think whenever you have first like this, I think it is relevant. And I think what I liked about collateral is you had the humility to come in work as an assistant workers way in. And I think this opens doors. Hakim ziya scored a wonder goal for Morocco against Georgia. Jules, this was from inside. Oh yeah. It's beautiful. Should we take Morocco a little bit more seriously now that he's back in the mix? And could cut her be a turning point for him? Well, let's see, let's see, I mean, he's hardly played, let's be honest decision we wanted together why he stayed up Chelsea considering that he knew and we all knew that he was not going to play much. So this could be one of the breath of fresh air to a platform to showcase his talent for moving January, which is very, very possible. And three in terms of Morocco is a top group, but I think they've got a really talented squad, a young squad, a new manager who I think understands this team much better than could fight before him. They lost amen Harriet, which is a big blow, of course, huge blow that injury. In the Martin Monaco game terrible news for him again, we mentioned that in the last show, but I would like them. I really would like them to qualify for the last 16. I think this is a really good generation. And they would have support here. That's for sure like Tunisia. Of course, I just imagined miss out. But I think if they were to qualify, hacking the idea, she's going to have to play a big part in this. Push a game changer. Juventus are linked with a January move for Hector bellerin. I mean, can you help me out on this one? Please. I'm assuming it's based on the fact that ballerin doesn't play much for Barcelona.
"jack warner" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"This Sunday, the 2022 World Cup will kick off in albite stadium on the outskirts of alcor city in Qatar. The first match we'll see Qatar, the hosts, take on Ecuador. Qatar versus Ecuador is not to understate matters audaciously a fixture possessed of mythical luster. We are a long way here from Germany versus the Netherlands or England versus Argentina, or really anybody versus anybody. Qatar will be playing at their first World Cup. Ecuador are playing at their fourth, but at only one of their previous three have they struggled out of the group stages. In 2006, when they were beaten in the round of 16 by England, a David Beckham free kick thwarting whatever dreams Ecuador may have dared nurture. David Beckham. Do we know? To organize the two 22 FIFA World Cup is Qatar. Qatar was named as the 2022 World Cup host in 2010 in the same announcement that granted the 2018 tournament to Russia, almost as if FIFA were hoping to get to choruses of incredulous jeering out of the way at once. So the world has had 12 years to get used to the idea of a World Cup in Qatar, a country half the size of Wales, which had when it was awarded the tournament roughly the population of Minsk. Plus a climate brutally inhospitable to outdoor exertion, a human rights record difficult to contemplate without an amount of wincing and zero footballing tradition to speak of. Qatar has at least since made some progress in the latter department the high point winning the 2019 Asian cup, beating Japan in the final, credit where due and so forth. As for the others, well, we'll get to those presently. What we first need to consider is what FIFA was thinking. And it was the right decision. You think for FIFA to take the tournament to Qatar, not for everybody, but for me, I vote for Qatar because I think it was nice to go in another part of the world with people whenever receive their World Cup. At the time, FIFA explained the award of the World Cup to Qatar with an amount of breezy flannel about it being high time the Middle East had a go at staging the global games paramount event, pitching it as a sort of overdue sequel to South Africa hosting in 2010, which had been the first World Cup held in that region. A few Flint hearted skeptics did suggest, however, that FIFA's decision may have been tilted by less lofty motivations. FIFA corrupt and venal the very idea, et cetera FIFA did commission an inquiry into such aspersions, which cleared Qatar of any nefarious Ness. Who cooperated with the FIFA inquiry? The English? Yes. No one except the English and the Australians and definitely not the Russians and all the qataris. But which amusingly did take a swipe at England's Football Association for overstepping the mark in its efforts to win the favor of a particular FIFA official for England's bid to host the 2018 World Cup. Though Qatar certainly spent lavishly on its bid, it was not found to have directly bought votes. There was a thing with Qatari football administrator and FIFA executive committee member Muhammad bin hammam seeking to purchase support for his attempt to become FIFA president, but this was deemed unrelated to the World Cup bid and bin haman was banned from football for life. Have you ever tried to buy votes and attended to do so all my life? Did you ever give any money to those officials in the Caribbean or the novel? Nobody can claim that. And they have been various things with the 22 FIFA executives who awarded Qatar the World Cup. 17 of them have since been on the receiving end of bans indictments investigations or accusations. FIFA's then president Sepp Blatter is currently banned from football. I'm sorry that time as president of FIFA, this punching ball and I'm sorry for football. I'm sorry. But I'm also sorry about me. How I am treated in this world. FIFA's then vice president Jack Warner is fighting extradition from Trinidad and Tobago to the United States. It did not work out to my family's detriment. And I'm seeing very, very, very far from black. You couldn't look up the others yourself. Even if, however, Qatar behaved entirely scrupulously in acquiring the World Cup, honestly, your honor, we had no idea of the wretched cast of pirates and rogues we were dealing with. There are several other reasons why it remains ridiculous that Qatar is hosting it. There is the treatment of the workers who built the fabulous stadiums in which this World Cup will be played. The figure of 6500 deaths of migrant workers which is frequently bandied is debatable. That is the total from hundreds of thousands of migrant workers from 5 countries who died in Qatar between 2010 and 2021, where the working on the World Cup or not, whether from work related mishap or not. Qatar claims that 37 people have died on World Cup construction sites and only three of those from work related accidents. The international labor organization claims 50 deaths in 2021 alone and nearly 40,000 injuries. By way of contrast, working on the 2012 London Olympics cost nobody their life. It is indisputably the case that many, if not most of this World Cup's workers have been remunerated and accommodated miserably. Suzanne would often complain about the conditions in Qatar, the heat, the grueling work that he wasn't receiving the agreed wage, but he often had to wait months to be paid. If Qatar can afford to spend north of $200 billion hosting the World Cup, it can afford to pay people better than 50 bucks a week. And then there's the fact that any gay football fan inclined to attend will at the very least have had to think about the wisdom of doing so. Homosexuality is illegal in Qatar and Qatari police have form for hassling and detaining and abusing gay people. I am not one big whistling, but because the damage in the mind. That right there should disqualify any putative host of any allegedly inclusive global event. Qatar has endured considerable criticism for all of the above and will endure more, and rightly so, which prompts the question of why Qatar bid for the World Cup in the first place. The answers are all the obvious ones, prestige, influence, recognition, and maybe who knows, even an amount of pure hearted inclination to hospitality. At the very real risk of echoing an observation made in this space about Russia's hosting of the 2018 World Cup, and even more obviously absurd and monstrous decision by FIFA, the hazard of inviting the whole world to pay attention to you is that the whole world pays attention to you. For monocle 24, I'm Andrew mullet.
"jack warner" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"So far, we've established that Qatar is not a democracy. And until recently, they were toiling and football irrelevancy. But we also know that the country is ruled by a leader with an iron fist who calls all the shots and loves to spread money around. That sounds a lot like FIFA no. I mean, it's not hard to see how these guys would get along. And it's not hard to understand how a nation like guitar with a desperate hunger for power and infinite resources is just out pay all of a nation's could win the rights to house because as we discussed in episode two, FIFA delegated that hosting decision to its executive committee, a group of just 22 members who reveled in the fact that there was practically no oversight at all, all of which made it the perfect target for katata wine and die and shower of expensive moldy bags and watches, spending what The Guardian newspaper reported was $200 million on their bid campaign and hiring some of the biggest names in football to act as mercenary advocates for their bona fides. Links in the din sedan. No. Not the French guy who headbutted the other guy in the World Cup final. Don't tell me they got to him too. The very same ball king. Manchester City managerial genius Pep Guardiola essentially Catalan Bill Belichick. If you make a deflategate joke, I will cry. Sorry, Destin flour gate. What given back trucks full of cash? Oh, those two gents will sing your footballing praises. Remember, at this time, Europe was starting to come out of a recession while Qatar and gulf money was flowing, but England and Australia, they were found to be doing dodgy stuff too. Everyone was bribing or attempting to be bribed. Think of it like cold Douglas Kung fu fighting, but for payoffs and kickbacks. So okay, but if all these countries were doing shady stuff too, are we being unfair to single katara? You could attempt to make that argument, but Qatar won the bid to host a World Cup because it was the only one that could burn money in an absolutely infinite, a limited way. And it was actually an English paper the mail on Sunday that published a special report informed by a Qatari whistleblower on the eve of the World Cup hosting decision. And they revealed their crooked methodologies and predicted, quote, little known Middle Eastern state Qatar was about to shock the world and win the right to host the 2022 World Cup, and you remember tarik pandura The New York Times wrote Tommy. The bloke who helped us in episode two. He helped us understand FIFA's corruption. He returns now to explain the origins of Qatar's desire to host the World Cup and the roots of its collaboration with FIFA to bring the great game to the desert. I'm going to tell you a story. It ends with the person I'm talking about being banned for life from football. The guy I'm talking about is a Qatari billionaire. Okay, so Tariq's talking here about Muhammad bin hammam Qatari football administrator, a fine upstanding member of FIFA's executive committee and a gen two played a crucial role in Qatar's World Cup bid. He realized very quickly that the world of football, the planet FIFA is extremely biddable by that means you can buy off most people and you can get your way. He reportedly paid out a cool 5 million to get the support for that country's World Cup campaign. 5 million. Okay, so a World Cup costs about one 5 millionth of a Bezos. Is that right? And that was back in 2014. Think how much one 5 million from a Bezos worth then. The British paper, The Sunday Times, then said it had obtained millions of emails and other documents that showed bin haman made payments of up to $200,000 each into accounts controlled by the presidents of 30 African football associations. That seems a little suspicious. You're not crapping Tommy. The times went on to add, oh yeah, MBH, he'd also paid 1.6 million into bank accounts of then FIFA xco member Jack Warner, gent from Trinidad and Tobago. That is certainly an efficient though not particularly subtle way to buy influence. And so the prosecutors, they saw this happen, they had all the facts in the newspaper, and they nailed bin haman for these offenses and he's serving a prison sentence somewhere, right? It has to be. Not quite football doesn't work like that, Thomas after Greece in palms to get the World Cup. Pretty much like Henry hill entering the Cooper in Goodfellas, bin haman, decided God, that worked. I'm going to run for FIFA president. And he decided to take on set blatter in 2011, and as Tariq will tell us, that's ultimately what did him in. You know, those acme cartoons, if you were to design a corruption plot that you're going to get caught up in and get banned, this is the one. Jack Warner always had his hands out, said to Muhammad bin hammam. Why don't you come to the Caribbean and pitch to my members? So yeah, I'll come over private jet and in the jet. He has some gifts, there is a meeting which someone recorded. Jack Warner speaking about on the telephone. And he said, Muhammad's here and he's got gifts for all of you. If some of you are too pious to accept them, that's up to you. So there was a hotel suite set up.
"jack warner" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone
"Trying to kill by going on a cruise. Yes correct sir okay. That's that's a beautiful relationship right there. Okay i'm sorry xactly so he. He says his opinions as if they are facts. And it drives me insane. Like he's like he thinks that mister toad is gonna comment in the middle of the night and suck the life out of him but instead of saying you know i. I'm worried that the cat will do this. He'll say mr totes will come in and suck the life out of me while i'm sleeping. Wow that's just one example. He's been saying a lot lately because he hates the cat who hasn't even met. Wow he's allergic to cats. So he's convinced that mr toads is gonna comment sock his soul out in the middle of the night but he doesn't even know mr totes. Yeah but he hates him already. Okay one thing. And i know you're not asking me to solve your problems and i know you're only giving example of a sort of thing but you might wanna point out to your brother who i just because you like him. The cats don't have lips that can you can create a seal exactly something to keep in mind just from an engineering point of view. They can't suck anything actually solve our listeners. I want all of our listeners. Never ask how paulin knows this. Well they can at teat because it's malleable but yeah they can't create a seal around your mouth but he he he just states. Everything is if they're facts. He never asked any questions. It's just this is. This is true and i always believe him too because i'm so gullible the problem and then repeating misinformation very even worse so you've said to people. Mr totes sucks the life out of my brother. All that's exactly that's really bad. All right even aware of yes. I mentioned something about curly sue. Please she's going again. It has a thirteen percent rating on rotten tomatoes. Is that good or bad. That's buddy you negative reviews. Do you remember when you were in school. And your teacher would hand your test back and it had a percentage on it. Do you remember the time you got thirteen percent and you waved and blasts and said up. I take okay wait. What well about. The girl that started knows what happened to her Alison corner. Yeah she lets you know what. Maybe this line of inquiry should be saved for the podcast. Googling shit with tony and bonnie your spinoff is perfect for this. She's pursuing vocal career. They sue. she's she's pursuing vocal career. Much like you bonnie. I think when i was in therapy i went to my therapist after that movie and said oh i said this really. Cute little girl into reminded me of when i was little. How embarrassing said admit right now. Matthew really i believe that's eighty seven percent embarrassing. According to rotten tomatoes eighty seven percent embarrassing moment. Why were you talking to your therapist about a movie because this is this box we will never be able to shut it. Hasn't really long time ago. Yeah she used to preserve press was jack warner and she used to go in and pitch ideas. Well it's interesting but if you songs maybe it has something there all right bonnie as long as you have the floor which seem to have a lot of what else about a loved one knows about a loved one and something that annoys you about them. Okay well i. I wanna say that you guys have given me some really good ideas stuff to do to annoy. Add the people i trust. That was the goal. Don't feel it's like it's like an added thing. Okay i see. Here's one here's one when you're talking to somebody. I i have a very close person in my life. And he saint something to me and then he goes. Do you know what i mean like. I didn't get the explanation. Yes i know what you mean. But he says it constantly through the whole thing. Do you know what i mean. Do you know what i mean. Does he wait for an answer. What are you going to say. Yeah i know what you mean. Okay but there's some people use that as sort of almost punctuation expression like you know what i mean like that but put his. He's stopping and sort of squaring your shoulders to him and going. Do you know what i mean is he like does he really thank you. Don't know or is it just an expression. No he's like to understand what i mean. Do you understand the words that are coming out of my mouth. Bonnie didn't like that. Well he doesn't say it like that but he's you know. Are you talking about your therapist. Jack warner didn't i just say what the problem was. Yes kid and that's fair and thank you for sharing bonnie. This is a safe space sometime. Tell us what some of our listeners supply wonderful. So i didn't use their last names. Because i felt like they may be would want to remain anonymous a little bit even though it's posted on facebook but Anyway so dana app said when. I asked my boyfriend what he wants for lunch. He'll say what. Are you having. Or if i say do you want to meet in your sandwich. He'll say argue having tomato. Oh gee just tell me what you want. What i want has absolutely nothing to do with what you want. That's dana. oh that's a good point. That is genuinely annoying. I would say. Wouldn't you paul i would. I would say that that is annoying. Do you know what i mean. Isn't.
"jack warner" Discussed on The Allusionist
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"jack warner" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"I do hope you return to saint ignatius once in a while as i have. I always walked out of this church on a hill feeling better even on that sandy. Hook day feeling at the center of things. Salesforce built the greatest skyscraper in the land. Just two miles from here. For a reason my father taught physics at both san francisco state and stanford and often it was easier to get the great physicist of the century to speak in san francisco about eighty percent of. You are graduating today. Do not call san francisco your home city but more of you will stay a major wealth manager in san francisco called me last month specifically to ask for a usf graduate to be as chief of staff a sensitive position for somebody he could really trust. I forwarded to president fitzgerald dean davis and dr kansas. All of whom responded enthusiastically in minutes to try to help you dr. kansas later mentioned. You should not all take your first position out there quite so seriously as there will be many opportunities returning again today. I know the opportunity to speak to you in this place in time. May be the apex at age. Forty six for a variety of reasons including both parents are still relatively happy and healthy to be a part of this. My family is here today. My mother-in-law is here who believes all of this career family inspiration. All of its is due to grand design. My mother believes this is all due to chance. I think somewhere in the middle by the way this was also the exact opening of my wedding vows. I continued promising. My wife that i would meet her in the middle of our disagreements whether or not they were about our mothers and while i think having a loving family creates memorable moments that may result in chemical changes in the brain to make us more creative. I think we should also follow jack. Warner's advice to einstein's paraphrasing you. You have your theory of relativity. And i have mine. Don't hire a relative. I have a house on a hill. That's built into a cliff into the rock and the rain fell and the floods came and the winds blew and beat on that house but did not fall matthew. Seven twenty four. A men to that. I see these guys eulogizing. Their fathers from time to time on cnn. And it's so tough and my own father is right here and he is not was a great father. He's a really good guy. You know i aspire to that i aspire to that i before anything else and my mother is great..
"jack warner" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Five years old You know his first. His first big movie star was written ten. It was jack warner staverton. He'd always said renton was my favorite star because he never asked for a raise nor complained about the food in the commissary. I've heard this was combined. This was an attempt by warner brothers to sell. Tickets fulfilled their contract with technicolor. And make money and critise at this. Point was as i in my biography of them. This was his general form in period where he was aching a film virtually every three months he was starting on new and between nineteen thirty. Two and nineteen thirty three. He made like fourteen movies. I mean it's repentiti because they needed to get the movies out into the theaters with new. There was a new movie playing like every every week or so. This was part of that but I think a lot of this though in dr x. They were making stuff up the the the notion of making a film. Even in the pre code era having to do with serial killing cannibalism This horrific makeup that they went to. I guess to max factor and i think purrs west more i tend to think he designed it but they use the factor resources because at that time the studio The studio makeup departments. Were not nearly as sophisticated as you would become and so you know the the whole synthetic flesh thing preston foster sitting there watching a human heart. In an abuser wobbling water. I mean all of this stuff. We look at these things now on a on a home screen and we're kind of like well you know that. That's that's pretty cool. That's pretty scary. But ninety years ago sitting in a darkened auditorium a darkened theater with a bunch of people. I mean this. This scared that. The people in a lot of ways. And i think in another way xanax wanted the comedic episodes in this to lieven the terror and goes there was a fine line in one reason. I think jack warner did not like horror films is he didn't want to offend people in more rural areas Unsophisticated audience and so forth. So they had to kind of make it funny where people would be frightened. And then they giggle a little bit. So i think that that that was kind of the the melding of two different styles. The warner brothers house style and and and getting on the horror bandwagon for only a short period. Because jack warner jack warner disliked two things any any movies about alcoholics because he thought alcoholic alcoholism was like a weakness and there was something wrong with you. And he didn't like these as a as a general rule let Jack warner could squeeze a nickel hard enough for the buffalo to fall over so you know that was the priority that hey thank you for listening to sifi..
"jack warner" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Also was leonard. The great directions but this time i didn't have to discipline. He came to me with apart. And i loved the story. Of course. I wanted to work with him and i got to the very very good friends with charlton heston gene simmons to but she was always sort of tied down by her husband. Some we the but Shock and lydia used to come to my house with jack knifed all the time and we would go to their house where were very dear friends. And that's one of the worst things about getting old. Huron miss these people so much. I mean debbie reynolds was my dearest dearest girlfriend and i still can't get over the fact that she's gone she missed much to me and i know i'm afraid to lift up the paper because every day. Somebody's going and i still here but look here of in may i settle. I celebrated when nine biz birthday. Well you look amazing. I would never. I think that if you didn't tell me that i would've i would've guessed twenty years younger. So that's and you have just amazing skin you. It's an incredible. I don't know what your secret is. But i want i wish i i wish i could bottle it up but let me. Let me go backwards. Oh for saying. Because before i mentioned these few of these other movies i just i think people should know you know to to this day if i say the name. Carol baker to most people the one that they will immediately say i write is generally. Get be baby doll. And i know that for you that even at the time i think grew to be frustrating because it was hard for people to see you in other ways right. You were being offered a lot of similar. Did you feel typecast after baby doll. Well i wouldn't allow myself to be typecast. I was always in trouble. At warner brothers. Jack warner always wanted to see me at the end of a shooting day. And i had a little car and i would be the gate out onto the highway when it was clear and there was gone but.
"jack warner" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"A wanted man for three different drive by shootings in the L. A area is over, and the suspect is dead. Phil Hewlett was on scene. There was definitely an exchange of gunfire here. I don't know from that gunfire, how many times a suspect was hit, But he was definitely struck by gunfire. The LAPD says The man went on a shooting spree in the downtown L. A area shooting several people, killing two, including a newlywed. Ah, three hour slow speed chase followed ending on the 91 freeway. Officers say the man fired his gun at them. After they deployed tear gas into his vehicle. They returned fire. No officers were hurt in the exchange. An independent autopsy says Andrew Brown Jr died from a quote, kill shot to the back of his head. That is, according to family Attorney Wayne Kendall to release the independent autopsy today. Brown died after being shot by police during an arrest warrant in North Carolina. Kendall claimed the black man's death was a straight up execution in San Diego after a man was killed with the knee on the back of his neck in a downtown trolley stop NTS, San Diego's transit agency. Is making changes to its security response, Having supervisor Nathan Fletcher, the chair of the Metropolitan Transit Agency, says MTs is changing their personnel training and use of force policies after the death of a 24 year old mentally ill man who ran from security officers 2019 the death of Angels Obata Hernandez on October 15 2018, while in the custody of MPs and transit security system personnel was tragic and it should not have happened. The actions of the officers involved was wrong to the Hernandez family. Angels life was precious and he should not act on behalf of them too. Yes, I want to apologize for what happened a year before the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. Hernandez was killed after a security guard put a knee on his neck. For more than six minutes. MTs announced a $5.5 million settlement with the family two days before former Minneapolis police officer Derek Children was found guilty. Jack Warner cooked news. Local news time 11 03. Let's check your real time traffic if.
"jack warner" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"In the background, Let's keep it's keeping people up at night. In the infection's exploding. Disturbing recent jump in cases, maybe because of the presence of the more contagious variants. Instead of spreading the virus to one or two people. One person can now infect four or five people in once exponentially, increasing the number of cases. I'm just I'm reading from a cliff in the newspaper. The recent increase in cases may also be fueled by a growing complacency about the threat of covert 19. You mean they're not buying the history of its being? Traveled here, the hysterical fearmongering. Reporters should go to work for Charlie Bacon. All right. I want to really take some calls. I just want to tell you one story yesterday was the 40th anniversary of Ronald Reagan being shot by David Hinckley and I was in Boston City Hall at the time. I still remember it and I was, you know, obviously. Very, very worried about the president had voted for him in the previous election, but there was something else that was bothering me that day. You wouldn't see was supposed to be playing Indiana that night in the national championship basketball game. Was wondered if they were going toe postpone the game and there was another way were up in the press room. There was a guy from the global was also you and see guy were big you and sea fans and both of a slut. Dean Smith and the heels had Indiana and Bobby Knights number Why did we get a wrong number? Reagan got shot, and Carolina got smoked by Indiana that night. But anyway, there was a great story in the Washington Post about the day it happened today. But believe it or not, The Washington Post. The agent who probably saved the Ronald Reagan's life was a guy named Jerry Parr, and he was one of pushed him into the car after the shooting. Reagan apparently didn't even know he was shot or just thought he was having trouble breathing, and he wasn't bleeding from a wound, but so they were going to drive him back to the White House. But anyway, this guy Jerry Parr, It was nine years old in 1939 and his father took him to the movies. And you know what the movie they saw was code of the Secret Service. And do you know who the star of the movie code of the Secret Service was? It was a Warner Brothers B movie. Ronald Reagan as agent brass, Bancroft. Brass, Bancroft. My nine year old imagination took off par, wrote later. This the guy who saved Reagan's life at that moment, part dreams of becoming a Secret service agent protecting presidents from bad guys. He grew up to become become a secret service agent. Reagan grew up to become president of the United States. The star of that move that That screen, Jim Code of the Secret Service as soon as part heard the shots that day 40 years ago. In one day, he grabbed Reagan by his belt and pants and threw him under the floor of the armored limo, ordering the driver to return to the crown. Code name for the White House. Nobody realized Reagan had been wounded. Part noticed. After checking Reagan for see if blood was coming out. He noticed he was pale and grimacing. Is it? Your heart? Par? Asked. I don't think so, The president replied. I think you broke my rib, throwing me into the car Reagan and wiped his lips with a napkin. Blood oozed out. I must have cut the inside of my mouth, Reagan said. And then that's when they decided to go to George Washington Hospital. Bullet was lodged in his lung. And, you know, you know that. You know the stories about when Reagan when Nancy Reagan got to the hospital. Reagan said, Honey, I forgot to duck. Then when they wheeled him in if he was a tough guy tougher than tougher than he sounded, you know he wasn't a fake. Tough guy was a real tough guy. And when they wheeled him in on the surgeons were there to operate on him, he said. I hope these guys are Republicans and one of the doctors, a lifelong Democrat, replied, Mr President. Today we're all Republicans. And so par. The guy who saw the movie code of the Secret Service. We visited Reagan in the hospital, and he said, Do you know what you were an agent of your own destiny? He asked the president. Reagan didn't know what What is his Secret Service agent was talking about part told him about seeing code of the secret Service is a boy and how it inspired him to become a secret service agent. The president smiled. It was, he said, one of the cheapest films I ever made. E. I love that story. 844 540 to 40 to work. You know, we think of one of Rose's making a lot of great movies, but they made a lot of real stinkers. There's a story about Bob Bob Hope once went to see he he worked for Warner Brothers, too. He went to see one of his own movies. And, uh and he said it was so bad. I thought of asking Jack Warner from my money back. 844 542 42, Joe, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Joe. Charlie, How are you today? Good. But it's always good to have you wanted embarrassment. AOC is what an embarrassment. No, she she doesn't even realize she's dump on her on her own president, the guy who's endorsed her green new deal when she talks about Serge, She's a fool. Is we don't even need to talk about that, anyway, apart this event, and I was just thinking and I know you're a student of history. How we reminding me the later days of the Roman Empire where they were overwhelmed. On all that They want control of their borders. That as much as any reason is why won't felt they want.
"jack warner" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"To the most vulnerable in the population, like those with mobility hearing and cognitive impairments are 10 news reporting partners spoke with one of its staffers have pre populated the registration forms for the senior, though then be escorted by a team. Or vaccination cells, and once they're in these seats, and we we have ceased to accommodate for for caregivers for caregivers as well. They don't need to move. The seniors only side is the first of its kind in the county. It's open Monday through Friday, 75 hopes to vaccinate about 500 people a day We have the first reported cases of the South African variant here in the state to cases up in Northern California in the Bay Area. We're about 159 cases of the UK variant and all but 20 of them are here in San Diego County. The governor says there have been just over 1200 cases of yet another mutation of the virus called the West Coast variant. Meantime, the governor says coronavirus cases are dropping across the state. A month ago, there were nearly 50,000 new cases a day. California now reporting more than 8000 month ago. Today, we had 13.9% positivity right here in the state of California. Today we're down to 4.8% 13.9% 30. Days later, 4.8% and hospitalizations air down 34% in the state over the last two weeks. ICU admissions down 28%. Meantime, the governor's hoping to have an update on youth sports in the next few days. Some individual sports are up and running in California, but team sports like football are not allowed. They have games on, the governor says he's working on getting them back. That happened a few weeks ago for track and field in a number of other sports were looking forward, updating the guidelines as conditions approved for baseball, and, yes, I am not naive. Also. I'm part of that fan base for football, which is more challenging, more complex and we are in deep negotiations with advocates across the spectrum govern Newsome complimentary of the left, Um, play group. It's been fighting toe lift the ban on high school and youth sports in California. Jack Warner Cooked knew some educators from San Diego County talking about the need to get teachers and students back in the classroom. Teachers, educators, parents holding a zoom meeting late yesterday afternoon, they say time is ticking. They say they are calling on the county to put teachers back into the rotation with those 65 years and older to get the vaccine so they can resume indoor teaching. Dr Julia the tally is superintendent of Oceanside School, says they tried opening once had to shut down. She says the vaccine is key to education and Diego County education leaders believed me. Idiot vaccine access for all teachers and all education support professionals is required for schools to stay open safely. The county says the elderly will be vaccinated first for governor trying to rush through so teachers can get in that tear statewide. Phil Farrar, KOGO news A new report from The New York Times claims. Former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin agreed to plead guilty to third degree murder murder shortly after George Floyd's death. But then Attorney General William Barb rejected the deal, a law enforcement official tells The New York Times Bar was concerned the timing of the plea deal would come across as too lenient. They also say bar wanted state officials to decide how to proceed with the case. Trovan is set to go on trial on second degree murder and manslaughter charges. March 8th Jeep is pulling its Super Bowl ad featuring the boss, Bruce Springsteen. The move comes after National Park Service confirmed that he was arrested for D W I, A source close to the legendary singers tells the New York Post. Springsteen was actually sitting on his motorcycle once and fast, noticed him and offered him a shot of tequila. He drank it, apparently in full view of the New Jersey police. Wasted no time in busting him. Officials say it happened actually back in November, mid November at the Gateway National Recreation Area on the New Jersey Coast. Jeep says it's not commenting on the situation but says it has the right to pause. It's big game commercial until the actual facts were established, and we have more on our morning news page a cocoa dot com Dome are father and son are hoping you'll put something on one sure vaccinated. They explain next plus your traffic and a change in your weather. Coco News Tomato seven. Now your chance to win $1000 text a nationwide keyword bills to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation text and invoke standard data and Mrs Rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's bills to 202 100. It said, her balance of nature. I have been absolutely amazing how well I felt all year through everything going on, and I truly believe it's because of balance of nature's fruits and veggies. 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"jack warner" Discussed on 600 WREC
"This week. Both happened on Monday. Um, I remember Monday afternoon. Social media lit up like crazy. I was getting all kinds of texts and emails from Folks right here in Hoover because there was a big speed chase going on with the state police Hoover police Carbon did not chase but they did assist as far as blocking streets and you know, lining up down 1 50. No, no assisting that way. But whoever doesn't engage in the high speed chases, Uh, unless it's special circumstances with a serious felony involved stolen vehicle. They're not going to risk the residents of Hoover and cause more problems. Now the state police they have a little different feeling on that. And they did chase and this thing in Hoover It was actually a multi county chase Monday. It was a stolen taxi. First of all, who steals a taxi. It's not like you're gonna blend into traffic and disappear. You might as well be hanging a banner off your car going Here I am. So this thing guy steals a taxi, right? Um, having about three o'clock first, it started I 59 north in Tuscaloosa County. The driver didn't stop continued up into Jefferson County. And then kept traveling north and then merged on 4 59 out of Tuscaloosa and heading right towards super and then jumped off exit 10 there on highway 1 50. And then from there took off and kept going down towards the Galleria striking to trooper vehicles. By the way before the chase ended at Galleria Boulevard, they guess did one of those spin moves where the car gets hit on the side back quarter panel. And stops in that way, but They got him. He's in jail. Um, no word. Exactly, I guess. Money charges. He's gonna receive stolen property, you know, stealing auto theft for sure, endangering the lives of police. Yeah, speed. There's probably a list of charges that he's gonna face now. Meanwhile, On Monday as well in Tuscaloosa. If you know where Rice mind Road and watermelon roads are, uh yeah. Nice big old chase there. This one was a little different started about same time, three o'clock 3 20 in the afternoon on Monday, 17 year old driver this Toyota Avalon. Cut off a Tesco's police officer in Ran him off the road in front of the whole chevron there. Jack Warner Parkway. I know exactly where that is from the area. Know the area. You know where that is? Jack Warner Parkway there. The officer in a marked unit, by the way, call for backup and followed the driver traveling about 100 miles an hour crossing the Brian Bridge there. So that was completely out of control. Well, four people, here's what happened. The officer, you know, decided to terminate. You know the chase as they continue north on Rice Mine road near the intersection there Watermelon Road. Almost immediately. The driver rear ended another vehicle, causing major damage. Well, four people fled from that disabled Avalon when it came to a stop near the taco Casa there. And they searched and found two girls ages. 14 and 17 hiding in the woods, 14 and 17 officer determined that the crash Talon had been reported stolen and Tuscaloosa back in January. But they got him felony charges females involved released to the custody their parents, the miners 17 year old male driver. They have a long charged with You know, being a juvenile in possession of a firearm, second agree receiving stolen property and multiple traffic accidents. 19 year old in the car charged with first degree receiving stolen property, His bond of $10,000. Yeah, it was. They got them all, but it could have ended terribly bad. Thank God nobody Was seriously injured in any of all of these chases. It is 6 26 Alabama's morning news, Lia coming up onto the hours, Fox News as well and traffic and weather together just about three minutes..
"jack warner" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"We need to provide support. Chief shots, but we also need to provide a sense of urgency. But the public deserves governor saying cynical colleagues at the top of the list when it comes to vaccination rates in California, Other large sites are opening in L. A in the Bay Area, Sacramento in the Central Valley. Jack Warner cooked. New County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher was with the governor and we'll talk to him in just a few minutes at 7 10 this morning Pressure is building to get students back in the classroom. Now a number of parents in the North County organizing TOC if they could make that happen. Christine Silk Ox has two kids that Lacosta Canyon High School and tells her reporting partner 10 News. The purpose of the Parent Association of North County is to bring attention to the well being of students tethered to their computer. Hours at a time during the day zombies in front of a computer. The group is arguing the focus currently is only on the needs of teachers in California Teacher Association argues that there's too much uncertainty without getting vaccinated. First. There's variants out there, you know that are much more transmissible. You know people are talking about, you know, masking and things like indoors is so much more dangerous now than it was just a couple of months ago. That's teacher and Cerny. The teachers union has filed a lawsuit to stop in Person learning Zachary Barnes KOGO news. Struggling small businesses in the county could be getting some more help. The Board of Supervisors will vote today on whether to approve $30 million in grant money for businesses which are dependent on the county receiving federal or state stimulus money. There had been an application that was available and all ran out of money. So we're getting this organized so that probably by early March will be funding available and will have everything up and running in an application port. By then supervisor Terra Lawson..
"jack warner" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"jack warner" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Sanzo tell. And jack warner loved it. Because here is if they got free Re shooting Sites in las vegas so frank. The idea was to twenty eight st days on stage like the two shows. Eight o'clock at.
"jack warner" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Today's guest is terrific. His name is richard lert sman and he along with lon davis has written deconstructing the ratpac joey the mob and the summit the rat pack in this case with a capital t. featuring the chairman of the board frank sinatra dean martin. Sammy davis junior. Peter lawford and of course. Joey bishop among others. His book is tell all that brings the inside scoop of just how the mob a future president and five extraordinary performers took the world and las vegas by storm so without any further ado. Let's invite richard alerts men to join us on mike. I'll begin with this. I just saw ocean's eleven for the first time in about fifty years and it was so much fun and it was perfect. Timing because here's your book and is so much here that revolves around this group of individuals. Welcome it's nice to meet you richard george. So it's the sixtieth anniversary of the rat. Pack celebration Is there an actual start date to this particular group of rat packers or what. Yes the start. Date was february of nineteen sixty and never lose based fred's professional friends And they had no each other The the work together and it came together in nineteen fifty-nine ranko nine percent of the sands hotel and he had watched this great. We prima and keely smith. Sam butare at the sahara's lau jack and he loved that looseness that craziness oh prima and when the Owners and the The publicist l. Freeman came to franken said they wanted to create a mega event. He thought of Of the martha hit just worked with some come running and a film and he thought of Of sammy davis junior. Who was just recovering from losing in tramp in a car accident. Frank was kind of pushing them back. Get back on. Stage get his balance and he thought it was great. Enjoy bishop happens to be frank opening act for about eight nine years so he not putting them together no earlier in homely hill he was part of a group with david niven and humphrey bogart alarm a call and mickey rooney and Learn call costs. You look like a pack of rats wrap so when these guys get together. The press started calling them back and in february nineteen sixty got together. Interesting yeah i heard about the the bogey ratpac from a lot of reading on humphrey bogart and all that. And that's kind of cool and lauren. Bacall was a young beautiful lady and she had to. She somehow stuck it out with those guys and was able to put up with and drink with him. I think i mentioned the movie. And was that a planned coming out party for the rat. Pack or whatever. Where did the movie fit in. Ocean's eleven eight. It was all very pleased when they started putting together the summit they called it in las vegas in february nineteenth century Peter lawford had been shopping around the script that he that he got from a gas station attendant. Who ended up his name. Was george clayton johnson. When did up later right. In all a lot of twilight zones logan's were on but at that time he based He in the army he was the black market group out of the army in germany and he thought of the idea bringing the guys when they came back to to the us ever union and to have a heist in las vegas. So that was a script. Frank saw the script from peter. Peter lawford and he says this is so good. You know why should fill much is do this it. So frank took jack warner jack warner loved it. So frank's idea was why. Not shoot this in las vegas where yo- nine percent of the.
"jack warner" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"We couldn't I d like to wife popped in the Phantom disappeared like my love. I don't think that will make it anything away. Washing down my feet up on the old lady take coming sliding on that Anyway, with the heat on the C E got his chance with crosses, But I still keep a pigsty 12 years with the Tommy fit. Better tank wrecking Bobby. I was 17 years old deserve when I pop the park with my body, educate a pound of blow when I'm gonna slow I was down below where the body which will slide box, no karate kick start to see the difference with a lot of my grandma got a lot of kids. Which farm? No mother, Jesus says they're forgotten. Fit, but I still got a lot of wallets. It's true that I asked for my last year I was mad port into my mama. Crowd. Bahama side let you down the Plus You got a passport and my brother lives for back door. Come on, Grandmama knew Jack Warner. Big body whips like shot card. No credit Check straight cash card. No stress. I programmed us most death, like black starts in the future. And my mom Beck paper knows a lot of people desperate Cowen on me Got this bad little shot. He's going down on. I'm insured here. We could not be like the wife. Captain Offend. I'm disappeared like Lila. I'm told you did I will make it They say no way. Watch him that my feet up off of your plate. They coming sliding know that Anyway with the heat on the seat Got tennis changed crosses, But I still keep peace. My dream my life, Steff. Ever want it. Did I get it live in every day like stress. Missed. Doesn't give a damn. I can't give you go. E.
Bezos buys Warner Estate in Beverly Hills for record $165 million
"And in our news Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff the bass those as but one of the most storied estates in all of Los Angeles the Warner state in Beverly hills the Holywood reporter is in putting this word out that days those bought from David Geffen for a hundred and sixty five million dollars and that eclipses the one hundred and fifty million at that Lachlan Murdoch paid for the Bel Air state now this chart wealth that was the largest sale in LA county history of but yeah so now we're at a hundred and sixty five million dollars I it's nine acres I was built and designed in the nineteen thirties for Jack Warner the late former president of Warner brothers and Geffen brought the property in nineteen ninety four forty seven point five which was a record at the time I've but it's well it's got gardens a tennis court pool a golf course a third over thirteen thousand square feet how about that and Basil's