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"james group" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"A little bit where. I guess he. He called her a bad teammate. And then one of his former colleagues went on a podcast and he shouldn't talk because he's basically a little more detail twos a mean alhassan. Who was the guy who called was a front office insider for espn. He was on the dan lebatardshow which is now longer guy in and he trashed wodel. Do or as you mentioned calling. Rachel nichols a bad teammate. And he said he was getting in the way of black reporters getting their name on stories and he was ripping their work away and putting his name on it orders who were closer to the playwrights. Closer to players. Then he was because he couldn't develop those relationships and he and so that's what amino acid was as sources are office guys or video coordinators that are trying to move up the ranks and you get a promotion so he's not really in touch with the players and the guys in the locker have a lot of good information but you know backstabbing insecurities in business now shock. How come on this is these people you know. They manufacture this crap in their brain that they have to do it. A certain way and they have to protect their own interests and unfortunately comes back to haunt them so espn knew about this for a really sucks. This is it's a it's a. I don't know if he's a partner but in some way shape or form he's connected to lebron james who taped rachel nichols without her knowing it. And how do you mean. Lebron james taped rachel. So this whole tape from. Rachel nichols some key. There was a guy that was doing the taping bright. Who was talking to her. She was venting yup to a friend and she did not know that's right was being secretly taped calf right and this guy is a part of lebron james group like i guess that somehow some way is i think you're getting confused the not the guy who was taping it the guy she was on phone with. She was venting to a guy on the phone. And that's where those comments came from. He had no idea it was being taped either. She had heard device open. That allowed her to go on the air remotely because this was last summer when everybody was doing things remote right. She did not shut off her device. It was getting being back to bristol connecticut where it was being recorded. I was off the air but it was running tape. Yes that's how it was but the person she was talking to is connected to rich paul and that whole group which represents lebron james. He wasn't the the person all right. So nichols who. According to the new york times report had inner contract service. Host of the halftime show criticized the company's efforts for diversity and suggested that she You know resulted in.
"james group" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Thank you windy city limos for the luxury motor coach looking forward to that I saw it. The email. Pretty nice. Pretty sweet, Right? A nice looking forward to it. Thank you, George Jacobs. Fun. 3123323776 is Phil Jackson as Scottie Pippen has alleged. Racist. This story will not go away Cap Saul stems from Scottie Pippen's conversation with Dan Patrick of the Dan Patrick Show, where he alludes to it and just kind of leans into it, saying that Phil was racist for not allowing Him to be able to take last shots are good friend Jack Silverstein on Twitter read. Jack is a great follow on Twitter. Awesome gave us. I know you saw this right? He gave us examples of Tony hitting last second shots getting the ball. Some of those times Scotty was in a suit was not in the game. Correct. You saw this right? Well, one of those was because He wasn't gonna everyone's no. Because I was like, you know what? I'm not going on my summer up. So he sat there in a suit and tie rehabbing while Tony was draining game winners. That's correct at least three that he found correct on the old sports channel used able to dig it out. And we saw it for ourselves. Okay. So yesterday our friend Mark Carmen from fans sided dot com. He's a dear friend and Carm reached out because he's interviewed him before to a guy who He has a relationship with Shaquille O'Neal. And he asked him that direct question because shock played for Phil Jackson. Here is their interlude. Take a Listen Scottie Pippen about 50 player. He's out here, and he's basically he's calling Phil Jackson a racist. Where is this coming from? Of course, you know you played for Phil. Do you have any reaction? What Pippen's been saying He's took a run at Kevin Durant, too. You have to think about it, but he hasn't played with How long all we got two decades now. Okay. Heard in the business sector. He's coming out with brandy. And he's coming out with a book. Yeah. It's probably dissolve promotions. I don't want. I don't want to get involved in other people's deep, but It was definitely are racist. You know what was going on with human direct? Mm hmm. What is it about? Barkley made a lot of ships, but this I'm just like, you know, I'm just waiting. They're going wild. Uh, I don't want to split there. But I do know, uh, parallel. What he's going out for nutrient is going on. Many illnesses market. He said that Mike was in the huddle, basically doing the last dance. 1997, speaking of the cameras. I'm not saying it's not calculated, but that's a level of calculation. I mean, in a moment of Game six of the finals, speaking about a movie in 20 years, Yeah, that's nice. Here's another thing. Shack. There's nothing wrong, at least in my mind with your best skill is not hitting the game winning shot, phenomenal defender phenomenal score, but not the shot. And he wants to defend against that. He's still in the Hall of Fame. You don't There's nothing wrong with that. And you know what? I'm When it comes to closing games, Me and him were in the same category. I know they only hit one game with the shot my career, but Given for what you're known for, wasn't known for that. But he was known forever. Things that help them compared to when he's definitely Definitely important, important priest a good franchise. I'm also thinking back to you guys taking them out in Portland. If you were that guy in the fourth quarter, maybe that comeback doesn't happen. That's what I'll buy, you know, but that's what I've been saying, like. No idea here. Some of these guys talking about the same money, so Yeah, man. It's gotta have a little instagram, Verbal Twitter, Shane, and that was fine. Besides General, relax, and we are So this is what we do is that we talk trash. It's only a small percentage of where it gets. I don't have if you could have one team between Scott of your Chuck, who you picking Oh, my God. This guy It's better with you, right? Yes. Okay, So you heard him say Phil is not racist. And he talked about trying to sell a brandy, brandy and a book. It's bourbon. But that aside when you hear shock who he never size from an opinion on anything What do you think of that? I mean, that is shacks experience working with Phil feeling that Phil is not racist. And so that's his opinion. Scotty I the only thing I've said several times now regarding Scotty, is, is that He held onto this for 27 years. First of all, if that's the case, that's unhealthy. Yes, he held onto this for a long time and felt like he was undermined by Scotty by by Phil and feeling like he should have the last shot because he was next in line without Michael Jordan. To me, it's about team. I don't care who takes the last shot. Who's going to help us win? If it's not me, I'd expect my teammate to help me win, too. So it's a deeper dive than just him being concerned about some last second shot to me. Don't you know to me as a lot of it's really trying to sell that booze in that book, more so than anything else, but I haven't heard that about Phil Jackson at all. Until Scottie said that we were reviewed yesterday. The posse comment he made about LeBron James Group and Phil apologize for it. I think that was out of line was out of touch of nothing else, but this whole thing where where it fills a racist because I didn't get the last shot. That's selfish man. Yeah, I'm sure you wanted to take the last shot, and he's had plenty of game winners. So why in that particular situation with Tony does that eat at him? Why does that eat at him so much? Obviously his In a burn his saddle for 27 years. Michael Jordan take a lot to a lot of great shots, cap, but so did John Paxson show. So did Steve Kerr. So did some of the other players you can empower them to. We got to remember this to write all the championship teams that you and I have seen over the years, especially in the NBA, right? We know the stars are but the couple of it, the the the players that are off the bench. The guys that are the others are supposed to help the team. Those players matter to. You want them to hit big shots, too, so everyone's raised at the same level Well, said 3123323776..
"james group" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Now. The article says the polls journey on a tractor trailer which organizes call the red road to dc involves. A two weeks trick led by a dozen people. Many of whom are natives and members of the lemme nation hate that word members citizens of the lemme nation a tribe of five thousand members west of bellingham washington state the tribe along with support from dozens of nonprofit groups museums and other tribes and sponsors has raised about one hundred and thirty thousand dollars for the cross country trip now to prepare for the journey. The group took the poll on a tour this spring along the west coast and parts of the south and i think that was great. I'm glad they did that. And the group will hit the road again in mid-july arriving at the nation's capital by july the twenty ninth. The poll will be on display for two days on the mall and outside the entrance of the national ziam of the american indian again. It's my wish that it is positioned on the white house lawn somewhere so america can see it. Native organizers said they planned to and i quote deliver the poll to the biden administration in hopes that it gives a strong and important message in quote so they're making arrangements to find a permanent home for it in dc. The organizers have said now on the road trip they plan to stop at several spots import of importance to native apps including chaka canyon national historic park in new mexico. The standing rock reservation in north dakota and bears sierra national monument and utah ram each of those places as we know faces threats of development tied to natural resources are pipelines. Let's let's hope some of those folks that may happen to see the totem have a change of heart. About pushing their agenda to put pipelines and above the earth. The article goes on to read for jewel. Prang wolf james elimination elder and the master carber of the poll is a reminder of the promises that were made to the first people of this land and waters. He said that he hopes that. And i quote. We all share a safe guard. The sacred sources of life earth water and sky for generations to come in quote. Sir that's my hope is well now. The idea for the poll came from pretty lane pronounce their right to different smelling for freddie p. h. r. e. d. d. I e. lame elimination citizen. He said he is. And i quote proud of how strongly natives have come out to vote and swing states in the last. Us presidential election and he wants the new administration to hear message of concern about problems. The article uses the word issue problems important to native natives and in particular worries about sacred sites being harmed again. I'm hoping the poll is is is welcomed as a gift with humility. And we say that's my hope humility and grace. The article goes on to say. And i quote from mislaying or mr lehne mr lane. It is a very historic moment. To bring it to dc and to have it said among the sacred national monuments representing native american peoples. It's special lane said now. White house officials said friday. They are aware of the totem. Pole's jerry need to washington the totem pole carving a tradition for some tribes mainly in british columbia and the us pacific northwest. So many people think that totem poles are synonymous with all natives. And that's not true and they'd just read search tradition for some tribes mainly in british columbia. And the us pacific northwest. They are often said to be a spiritual being and are considered sacred symbols of a tribe clan or family. Tradition expert said when who these experts are for the lemme nation. Totem poles historically are carved with symbols that represent a certain clan of tribe or show a family or tribes lineage. They can have scenes that depict an important tribal leader or might have a panel that shows a tribal battle or story toll for generations. James says quoting they represent visions dreams and stories that are handed down and shaped to throw each generation in quote standing twenty five feet tall and measuring about forty three inches wide. The totem pole. That's coming to. Dc was made from a four hundred year old western red cedar tree while the tree was cut carved and painted with images and symbols that include a moon salmon and demand praying one drawing shows an eagle headed downward and dive to the earth representing alumnae belief that the eagle is bringing the spiritual power to impregnate the mother earth. The poll contains an image of a woman with a girl kneeling near her at seen meant to depict grandmothers across the country where raising and teaching their granddaughters. Traditional eight of ways seventy years are near the image which represents seven generations of native people throughout the world who have been traumatized by the treatment they have received from non-indians. Another area of concern contains a red hand to bring attention to the hundreds of indigenous women who are murdered or go missing each year. The james group called the house tears. Carver's spent three months this year working on the poll. They put a lot of work in a lot of their heart and soul into this. The group has created one hundred ten totem poles over three decades that range from three feet to twenty eight feet most are given to schools homes for veterans or other places in washington. State others recognized tragedies like the september eleventh two thousand one terrorist attack thirteen foot totem pole at congressional cemetery. Dc onerous victims who were at the pentagon that day.
"james group" Discussed on Open A Fucking Book
"With them. Ooh and that you can the balls. And that hughes is not the first american negro defined the war between his social and artistic responsibilities all but irreconcilable getting gatty. With of course hughes was hurt and responded with a note. Now there is that horrible. A word that he that he likes that he will use. Just you'll chat the deal with on okay quote. Hey jimmy eight. You heard racing. Art are far apart. Luckily they maintained. No ill will towards one another. But hughes would continue to be both supporter and sometimes harsh critic of james like with his reaction to nobody knows my name and may nineteen sixty one or hughes writes james calling him a quote. Sage a culled sage whose hair once processed seems to be reverting. Jimmy i fear becoming a negro writer and a propaganda. Want that what's happening or am i reading that wrong. Hope it makes the bestsellers list. You might as well suffering comfort. Yeah now back to the winter and spring. Nineteen fifty nine. He was still working on another country and developing an entourage as he usually did but even though he loved being around and with people his money and emotional situation could handle the influx of quote friends. Which is you know yeah. They weren't rally his friends. They wanted his money especially when racism showed its ugly face in the village away. It really hadn't happened before for him. Remember the village has kinda one of those places where he never really had the deal with that type of stuff that people were more open minded. Yes well one night him anion anion girlfriend and another white person run. A bar called the village paddock for a late night drinks there. There were several white men sitting at the bar. James's group was having a mildly noisy good. I'm laughing singing. Talking at one point and gins white engines white girlfriend put her head on james's shoulder while laughing at something he had said. Within seconds the group from the bar was up and attacking chairs broke it. Overheads egging badly beaten. James had a large cut across his nose. The police arrived and of course did little to the group of attackers and set to the hospital where he had to stay for several days. James felt horrible. He had gone through a trip to the south with zero physical harm but here where he had felt safe. One of his friends was almost beaten to death while it his care in his how he left a friend in charge of his apartment and he retreated to the cherry grove hotel then to friends house to get his mind right now. Pattern of time consuming money consuming emotionally drained a lotion drainage social life followed.
"james group" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast
"I think that deep down. I've always been a diy person. And if you meet enough brewers. I think you'll find that brewers are diy people the ones that actually love it. Some people actually just treat it as a job but the people that actually truly love it are people that like to make hostages people that like nichols or people that liked to produce things that they didn't know that they could do and that sort of become. My new hobby is making pickles over the last couple of years. I made a few batches the last two years and then this spring. I think i made like twenty eight jars or something like that and now is just because i wanted to see how far i can push thing right. Maybe one day. I'll open a bureau that does like pickles and sausages and cheese or something on the side or you should just have derek's barbecue here in the summer out on the patio right and i would love that. Oh to open something in whistler though. You really need tokens natural. Have it here as part of great. I mean i'll come up for pickle day or whatever here so you know. Well we'll have to apply. Yeah it's a speech. How did Like so you vick. Then how did you make it up to whistler and was there anything in between well victoria. Yeah i went to school there. And i started my career there and then i decided to take a job with wild rose and calgary which is where i'm from and i knew some of those guys back there and so i worked for those guys for two years but i realize that really i wanted to be on the coast. Yep so the whole time. I was backing alberto. I was itching to get back here. And so eventually. I was there for two years and i came back to vancouver and worked for the russell brewing company for a year. And then i've been employed by the mark james group for near fifteen years fourteen and a half years or something since two thousand and six rank so i started a big ridge in syria. Worked yell town. I worked at dick's the famous dixie. That closed down. I was there. I worked at taylor's crossing i worked for red truck and then the only other place that hadn't been was here. And so when the brewers leaving here in two thousand ten shortly after the olympics he said do.
"james group" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The count is still going on in Georgia, in Nevada, in Pennsylvania and in Arizona, although Arizona has already been called for Joe Biden by Fox News, among other outlets. Now. LeBron James and others paid the fines of some 40,000 felons in Florida after About an initiative pass it allowed convicted. Convicts. Who are you? Free and who have paid their fines any outstanding fines to be eligible to vote. So four counties were targeted. In those counties. At least 80% of felons who finds And fees were paid are non white. Including 74%, who are black and in those counties about 68% of registered Democrats, which is why those two counties were chosen. And according to the daily why you're celebrities and donors spent about $27 million paying off felons depth to the court. So they could register to vote. LeBron James. In tribute to an organization called Florida Writes Restoration Coalition, a group that's been paying off the fines of Florida felons and also through his own voting rights campaign called Mohr than a vote. And James groups consist off fellow black athletes. On focused on turning out the black vote. Of course, the black vote for Joe Biden. At the time, LeBron James tweeted and I'm quoting him. This is a fight about their constitutional right. The vote being denied. End of quote. Meanwhile, A childhood friend of LeBron James. Has been murdered in Akron. A childhood friend. Is a sister. Of a childhood friend that he knew. He tweeted. Akron, Ohio. My brother's sister was murdered this past weekend in her home. My brother's family need answers to why and by whom? A zoo. Heard was murdered. She was fatally shot, according to the Akron Beacon Journal, but no other details other than the crime has not been solved. The victim was a woman who ran a daycare in Columbus will move back to Akron last year to be close to her family. Said to be well known. Her name is Erika Uem's 37 Year old said to be well known throughout the area for her kindness and our impact on the community. She even won an award from the Akron Beacon Journal. For extraordinary women in the Akron area in 2005. She said, to helped to have helped raise 10 kids. Her father said He always wanted to help you. Now. Why did I mention this? Was, you know, LeBron James has been outspoken on the narrative. Phony, thick narrative about police, systemic racism. When George Armory Armand operate the man that was killed. Jogging in Georgia died. LeBron James tweeted that we meaning black people I assume are afraid to leave our homes. Anyway on the death of George, Florida weighed in on the shooting. Of Jacob Blake. Never mind. These instances are extremely unusual. As I've said over and over and over again out of a population 303 150 million people. Cops kill every year about 1000 people. Almost all of them were resisting with a weapon or resisting violently. When you get down to unarmed blacks being killed by white cops you're talking about less than 4%. Of that 1000 in an arm does not necessarily mean that dangerous. Michael Brown was unarmed, but he was perceived reasonably by the officer. As being dangerous. Meanwhile, last year over 7000 black murder victims, almost all killed by other blacks. So LeBron James has weighed in heavily. When a black man is killed by the cops as if it's happened. Frequently. It doesn't Out of all of the homicides. Black victims. 3/10 of 1%. Were white cops killing unarmed black man. Three tents of one. Percent. What, unfortunately, is far more commonplace. It's a crime going on in Chicago. And in Baltimore, and in ST Louis. The homicide rate is three times higher than the homicide rate in Chicago. Chicago gets all the publicity because of such a large city but on a per capita basis. Baltimore ST Louis three times worse. And I've said this before, and I know LeBron James is probably not listening to my radio show. But assuming somebody Who knows? LeBron James is listening. Would you pass along a suggestion to him? LeBron James has been an extraordinarily good role model. He married the mother of his Children. It was a cover story Sports illustrated in the nineties with a Picture of a black boy holding a Basketball, and the caption was, Where's my daddy? And it was about all of these players in the MBA who've had Children out of wedlock, one former player turned agent was quoted as saying. For every player with none, there's a guy with two or three end of quote. If LeBron James really, really, really want to do something to improve the black community, stop pushing a phony narrative that's getting people killed. Getting people killed in the streets protesting cops pull back bad guys know it because they're cops are afraid of being accused of racism. Very people that people like LeBron James claims they care about are the ones who are hurt. And you are really telling by word and by deed if you are a young black man, and you're pulled over by the police Why should you cooperate? His office is out to get you. This officer is racially profiled you so why should you cooperate? Thereby making a already tense situation far more likely to devolve into possible violence. You're making things worse. LeBron James, and you're making things worse by not dealing with the number one problem facing the black community and that is the absence. The fathers. I've told you this story before. I've tried to get people like Jesse Jackson on my program. Al Sharpton on my program. Louis Farrakhan. I've been on the air Now. I'm with 30 years in all this time. I've invited these gentlemen on numerous times. They've never even returned the phone call in most cases. One of these so called leaders I was able to get on his name is Kwesi Mfume May he was then the head off the And I said, Mr Infamy, as between the presence of white racism or the absence of black fathers, which poses the bigger threat to the black community without missing a beat, the man said. The absence of black fathers in fact, He left the CP. Not long after we had our interview. I'm not saying it was because of it, but I always felt he had friction between the leadership of the the chairman was a man named Julian Bond..
"james group" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"GONNA be alright. Grant homos a pleasure to carpet evergreen say thank you out. I time for some political notes I up campaign dynamics. Senator Gary. Peters picked up the endorsement on Sunday of the Detroit free press which said of him senator Gary Peters, who succeeded Senator Levin when he retired six years ago has been a worthy heir to Michigan's remarkable legacy of bipartisan leadership. Peters has achieved his first term than many senators accomplished in their careers and we enthusiastically support his reelection in November's general election. It has been a really nasty campaign between the two of them. The Detroit News has done some excellent reporting fact checking both candidates. Actually, it will have links on our website to those stories because they really lay out the case for both candidates very well the polls consistently show Gary Peters with a small, but very consistent lead in the four to six point range. The most recent poll in the Senate race was for CNBC and change research that came out to last Wednesday drove Gary Peters up by six points, and there have been multiple polls in the last couple of weeks. All of them were in that range and as we talk with Bernie porn last week, there is still a. High undecided. But they undecided looks like it's GonNa break for Gary. Peters about two one. Even a marketing resource group had a poll which came out less Tuesday which showed peters up by to marketing. Resource Group is Republican consulting firm and probably the most favourable to James meanwhile Mr James has finally broken his silence on something sort of he finally came out with the statement that he supported the idea of president trump making a nomination to the United States, Supreme Court, and the Senate acting on it, but he wouldn't say whether or not. He'd vote in favor of Emmy conybeare. It's nomination to the Supreme Court, which is really typical of his campaign is really not said something specific much of anything. Add to that an investigation by the Detroit news again that found that James Claim of creating a hundred jobs in Michigan with his company. Maybe a lot of Baloney the numbers are very mixed as a privately held company, but it looks very much like in fact, John James if anything lost jobs net on a net basis in the state of Michigan. So as biggest claim to fame really may not be much of a claim at all what he did there was. He reported well, we hired this many people but never bothered to include the context around it in terms of how many people he lost. So those he didn't report job creation he reported you know headcounts on the payroll as what he reported, and so you see you can't measure job creation that way. But one thing I find interesting about the endorsements of Gary Peters and John, James is that you really seeing Gary Peters wrap up the Detroit area endorsements, people who know Detroit are. Breaking for Gary Peters in a big way, I mean very specific things they're talking about and John James You. Know this is his hometown he's got the James Group they're a big name. He's got a ton of charities and things listed on the James Group website that that company is involved in. And because of that, I would expect him to have a better relationship with Detroit and it just doesn't seem like like all of these endorsements when they look at what's best for Detroit it's it's Garry Peters. It's not. John. James even though John James says over and over again. You know we're involved in the community care about this community. On and on, it's not surprising that a Republican is not getting those endorsements. What's surprising is that John James is not getting them. We were talking earlier about the situation with the Supreme Court and the implications politically for that appointment there's new polling in the New York. Times which speaks a lot to that Christine. I really found it amazing that the president is basically looking I've if he's looking at the polling, he's doing everything. The people don't want him to do when it comes to this. First of all the top line is nationally this New York Times poll which was conducted in conjunction with CNN college show Joe. Biden. With a forty nine, forty, one lead and it's been that way for the last year. Nothing has changed. It doesn't matter what happens. It seems this pre pandemic post pandemic scandal after scandal it's all the same Donald. Trump's got his forty, forty, one, forty, two per said, and it never grows and Joe Biden from the beginning has been in the high forty to fifty, fifty, one percent and that hasn't changed. So that New York Times poll that just came out shows that most voters prefer that the winner of the election. The next election choose the next Supreme Court. Justice. So. They and they trust Joe Biden over Donald Trump. To do a better job in making the pick fifty, six percent have said that they want the next president to appoint the justice and when it comes to healthcare will fifty seven percent support the affordable care act. I don't know how you know. There's a lot of overlap there and that fifty, six, fifty, seven, percent. but because the affordable care act was such, a big deal trump responded by trying to bribe thirty three million senior citizens with two hundred dollar pharmaceutical cards. Reminder. Show up in the mail that's like at least six point six, billion dollars right before. The election, a lot of pharmaceutical executives backed away from it because the optics were so bad a lot of other. Watchdog people lobbyists have just wondered where he's going to get the money. Six point six billion dollars to send these cards out a love what he said about this while. This is this is donald trump nobody's seen this before these cards are incredible these cars will be mailed out in the coming weeks will always take care of our wonderful senior citizens.
"james group" Discussed on WSB-AM
"25 eastbound inter loop at Buford Highway exit 32 in the left lane and checking out some trouble over in Cobb, 75 north bound before Windy Hill. OD'd on Veronica around 95.5. This W speak me Ronson's current Mellish checking on that return of rain find my forecast any time on the WSB radio ad. Nothing drop on your get out of here. By your own worried about what Vladimir Putin is doing. Tio change people's minds and mess with the election. Just look question. I will leave it out there. Maybe pick it up tomorrow Who decides what trends on Twitter? Who makes that decision. I must. Mostly, that's just that's just computers. There's no Good question. We're worried about Vladimir Putin. And his disinformation just a question, not an accusation. Who decides What trends on Twitter. Before we get to this. We have a great female that came in. But while we were talking about LeBron, you know there's this weird thing and I don't know. Maybe it is legal, but it certainly is on the line. So Mike Bloomberg. And LeBron James and I guess others Are offering to pay any fines or penalties that felons have in the state of Florida Swing state. So that they could vote. So, the state of Florida said felons can't vote. And then the governor. The current governor said. Okay, wait a minute. We're gonna pass a law that says before you convulse, you have to pay everything. All restitution. Everything around your felony, which seems reasonable. You're not really in the free and clear until you've paid back. Your debt to society. Now, Mike Bloomberg and also LeBron James Group are getting in touch with people. Do you know anyone who's a felon that has any sort of fines or anything will pay for them. There's a very good question right now. Is that buying a vote? You're not allowed to buy votes. Now we know LeBron LeBron James has not said I don't care who wins the election. He very much has a vested interest. He wants Joe Biden to win. That's great. I've looked at it, and I think they may have found a loophole. But you're not allowed to give anything of value. For a vote. If I so if I step in, and I say, Well, I'm going to take this off your shoulders. You'll never have to pay all of this money. You're in the free and clear. Is that something of value? But I think the loophole probably is Well, LeBron doesn't go into the voting with whether you can still vote for Trump. You know, And surely Maybe some of these felons, you know, would take advantage of it, You know? Ah, percentage wise. I think it's going to be overwhelmingly. Biden. And some people could take the money and then not vote. You just don't know And I think that there might be a loophole in there, but it's a loophole. If it's legal, it's about as close to buying votes as you, Khun get. That doesn't mean it's illegal. It doesn't mean it's buying votes. But if it's legal It's about as close to buying votes as you can get. Your representative Matt Gates from Florida talked about that night and he said they're going start investigation into it if you want to hear him Eyes. They should start an investigation. It is a mad gate. I don't know. I don't find it to be But if he's told to just go get your Fox News show is positioning himself for that. He's a goofball uses. Everything is like he's like Charles Schumer. You know, before Schumer was the The head of the Senate. He was in the house for a long time, and they used to say the most dangerous place in D. C is between Chuck Schumer and a camera that was long before he was national. That's how Gates gets himself in the news constantly, but a stopped clock is right twice a day. So maybe I agree with him on this, but I think that they may have found a loophole, but it's this close to buying votes. As you can get. Now, let's make sure we Don't go away without this great email that we got. Yeah, this comes from Stan. And he says, Hey, Eric just wanted to say thank you for giving me something to look forward to each weekday. I've been isolated for 200 plus days now still cutting my own hair, staying home and away from people. It's been difficult and admittedly depressing at times as I'm retired and live alone. The days have been long in mundane. So your show has added a bright spots my life and I look forward to listening daily. You guys do such a great job. Thank you all so much for keeping me company, Stan. That is awesome. That is awesome, because that's how I think of not just this show. I don't understand why LeBron thinks he has to be more than an athlete. I understand why Elissa Milano boy we didn't get to that would make sure we get into that one tomorrow. Wow, I don't understand why people who are in the entertainment industry. Do not recognize that there is value in what they D'oh. You don't have to save every whale. You're doing your part being entertained does help people. It's helped me in my life music. Movies, books. Radio shows. It's helped me in my life. Get over slight. I've never been clinically depressed, but we all over down days. All these entertainers think that they have to.
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"Back and we will be here every week for you through the baseball season. Of course we hope that the baseball season. We'll get started here in twenty twenty but we decided we're going to kick it off we have Julia McWilliams. A beat writer for the Red Sox from the Boston Globe will also have an addition of foul or fair prefers. Here's getting rob to lead off. It's getting and keep them up. Rob's hot take the three biggest stories in Major League Baseball Star Number One. There is hope that baseball can be played this year at least especially after three of the biggest stage and their governors New York California Texas all said that they're gonNA be open for business in June for Major League sports. There won't be any fans but they're welcoming major league teams to play games now. It's up to the baseball players. Union and the owners to come together and figure something out. I don't expect the Union the Ben Dover and give up everything that they worked for. I don't I get it. They've worked hard not to have a salary cap so auto expect one but I also understand the owners from the standpoint. This won't be baseball as usual. There will be no money coming from fans. There will be no parking money. There will be no concession money. They'll be no merchandising money that this sold the stadium. That's big time money. That's going to be law. So the money can't be the same. There has to be some happy medium. We cannot not have baseball if the states or allowing during his pan-demic for games to be played. Come on baseball. This is not nineteen ninety-four. We can't accept that we need you guys to come to some sort of agreement that's going to work for both parties for baseball for the players union and most of all for all the baseball fans at home dying to watch the national pastime. This coming summer July fourth would be a great day to kick off Major League baseball. Yes baseball hot dogs Apple Pie and Chevrolet on July fourth would be sweet news for all of US number two. I WANNA pay my respects to Bob Watson the former all star and former general manager of both the Astros in the Yankees who passed last week at age. Seventy four Bob Watson. Somebody I was around. I was working in New York at the time back in. Nineteen Ninety six when he became the first black general manager to win a world series with the nineteen ninety-six and he's the man who broke the long slump. The Yankees had him winning a world series by the moves he made and the team he put together truth. Be When you look at that Yankee Dynasty Bob Watson is the guy who was the first engineer of it. He's the one who put it together. Brian Cashman took it over from Bob Watson and continued to win Bob Watson played. Fourteen Major League seasons was a good ballplayer. And what's a good general manager when you think back to that one thousand nine hundred ninety six run hours remember. The one movie made to get Graham Lloyd. The left-handed Pitcher. Go look it up. Graham Lloyd was huge. Inet world series getting left bats out especially Ryan Klesko from the braves. Yes indeed without that move who knows if the Yankees would have won that world series but they did and Bob Watson should get plenty of credit rust in Peace Bob Watson Number. Three by by Alex Bregman. Yes that's what he told Clutch Sports. He doesn't want to be a part of Lebron James's group anymore because Lebron James's group is going to do a documentary about the astros cheating. Wait a minute really. You mean the one where the general manager and the manager got wacked from baseball year. You mean that one now. Bregman doesn't want to be a part of it because they're going to put out the truth about what went down in that situation. How we is that. I thought pregnant would stand-in for the hot stove and heavy the heater and apparently not. He's not going to accept that people are going to talk about. This people are going to report on. This people are going to dissect this yes. You guys did it. The Houston Astros. Have to take your lumps. You can't run from everywhere that what you're GonNa do anybody who talks about or criticizes the Astros in what they did. They're cheating scandal to win that world series in two thousand seventeen really.
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"Back and we will be here every week for you through the baseball season. Of course we hope that the baseball season we'll get started here in twenty twenty, but we decided. We're going to kick it off. We have Julia McWilliams a beat writer for the Red Sox. From the Boston Globe will also have an addition of foul or fair prefers. Here's getting rob. To lead off. It's getting. And keep them up. ROB's hot. Take the three biggest stories in major. League Baseball Star. Number One. There is hope. That baseball can be played this year at least especially after three of the biggest stage and their governors new. York California Texas all said that they're gonNA be open for business in June for Major League sports. There won't be any fans, but. They're welcoming major league teams to play Games. Now it's up to the baseball players union, and the owners to come together and figure something out. I don't expect the Union the Ben Dover and give up everything that they worked for I. DON'T I get it? They've worked hard not to have a salary cap. So auto expect one. But I also understand the owners from the standpoint. This won't be baseball as usual. There will be no money coming from fans. There will be no parking money. There will be no concession money. They'll be no merchandising money that this sold the stadium. That's big time money. That's going to be law, so the money can't be the same. There has to be some happy medium. We cannot not have baseball if the states or allowing during his pan-demic for games to be played. Come on baseball. This is not nineteen ninety-four. We can't accept that we need you guys to come to some sort of agreement. That's going to work for both parties. For Baseball for the Players Union and most of all for all the baseball fans at home, dying to watch the national pastime this coming summer. July fourth would be a great day to kick off Major League Baseball. Yes, baseball, hot dogs, apple, Pie and Chevrolet on July, fourth would be sweet news for all of US number two. I WANNA, pay my respects to Bob Watson. The former all star and former general manager of both the Astros in the Yankees who passed last week at age seventy four. Bob Watson somebody I was around. I was working in New York at the time back in nineteen, ninety six when he became the first black, general manager. To win a world series. With the nineteen ninety-six Yankees and he's the man who broke the long slump. The Yankees had him winning a world series. By. The moves he made and the team he put together truth. Be When you look at that Yankee Dynasty Bob. Watson is the guy. Who was the first engineer of it? He's the one who put it together. Brian Cashman took it over from Bob Watson and continued to win. Bob Watson played fourteen. Major League seasons. Was a good ballplayer. And, what's a good general manager? When you think back to that one thousand nine hundred ninety six run hours, remember the one movie made to get Graham Lloyd the left-handed pitcher. Go look it up. Graham Lloyd was huge Inet world series getting handed bats out. Especially Ryan Klesko from the braves. Yes, indeed without that move. Who knows that the? Yankees would have won that world series, but they did. And Bob Watson should get plenty of credit. Rust in Peace Bob Watson number three by by Alex. Bregman yes. That's what he told Clutch Sports. He doesn't want to be a part of Lebron James's. Group anymore because Lebron. James's group is going to do a documentary about the astros cheating. Wait a minute really. You, mean the one where. The general manager and the manager got wacked from baseball year. You mean that one. Now bregman doesn't want to be a part of it because they're going to. Put out the truth about what went down in that situation how we is that? I thought pregnant would stand-in for the hot stove and heavy. The heater. And apparently not. He's not going to accept that people are going to talk about this. People are going to report on this. People are going to dissect this. Yes, you guys did it the Houston, Astros. To Take your lumps. You can't run from everywhere that what you're GONNA do. Anybody who talks about or criticizes the Astros in what they did? They're cheating scandal to win that world series in two thousand seventeen really..
"james group" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The epicenter what's wrong in this country is in California in a course in on Tuesdays the great primary there that everyone says Bernie Sanders will win the course on Tuesday of Sanders wins taxes in California that's more than fifty five percent of the votes I'm sorry of those delegates are going to be picked on Tuesday of those of the fourteen states those to contain fifty five percent of the total to be picked on Tuesday and of course all told the on Tuesday thirty five percent of the delegates will be packed with Merope but a judge now out of the race and of course are out of the race it looks like it's between Biden blackspot pine verses Bernie and but Bloomberg on the outside the killer bees and man with perspective on all this is James Harrison left coast reported newsmax dot com and James Harrison welcome again on the bill Cunningham show live in California James arson how you doing are doing well it it's an honor to be with your bill as always hi James Harrison are you ready for what's going to happen on Tuesday with the California primary which likely is gonna get Bernie Sanders a huge advantage over Joe Biden now the media's favorite is there any chance in California on Tuesday with to judge now gone that to somehow a Biden is going to be burning I don't think so and I don't think it's a sure shot bet Biden will get enough of these bridge at your borders to make that kind of a difference you know British judge very poorly both in the vada in in in in South Carolina first week in Nevada where minorities with Hispanics and then in South Carolina with African Americans and there's a significant Hispanic voting bloc in California I I don't think bridges Jr has here hasn't been a big presence here he didn't have the money to compete when you look at the airwaves if you see of a smattering of Joe Biden as you see a lot of it's what it's like Sanders is running against Bloomberg in California so I think Bloomberg's going to siphon off votes may have gone to Brighton and I think Sanders you're you're protected I think you're going to take a lion's share of this huge delegate rich state and he's going to I'm super Tuesday he's going to emerge in a way that scares the Democrat establishment even more because he's going to be on a contract Aug may make not to get a majority of the delegates but to get a plurality of the delegates which is in a way push the the establishment decision makers and is a New York times article recently showed in a position where they're going to take it away from Bernie when he actually has the most delegates of any person running if that's the case after super Tuesday which will cause a schism in the Democratic Party Cosby Bernie supporters who either stay home vote for it you know the Green Party candidate or even some of them vote for trump but they said they're willing to pay that price because there are they think that if Bernie gets the nomination it will be able to govern the sequel they will lose the house and therefore they're going to pull strings that was sent there gonna use the super delegate roles and take take this away from burning unless some how dirty is able to get that majority of delegates yeah I'm mad I don't know what the DNC will do well I'm in Ohio and it's got to be fifty percent of all the radio and TV commercials that are run for anything are run by Bloomberg yeah not one time have any of us in Ohio cenobite mad or or Bernie it's all Bloomberg all the time but let me be the devil's advocate for a moment would you agree with me that whoever the Democrats put up they they hate trump vote will be about forty to forty three percent no matter who runs now on top of that who excites the democratic base Byton done do it Bloomberg doesn't do it with but a judge gone he's not going to do what I can imagine Elizabeth Warren there's a sense I hear of that the over what you wish and that of course conventional wisdom says Bernie cannot win he's a socialist he's lost Florida you can't take taxes he's Donal cracking proposals Michigan Pennsylvania farming in Iowa Wisconsin Minnesota probably on the other hand he's the only democratic controlled twenty five thousand people given three or four days twenty five thousand show up which is a failure of a public education system the government's goals and manipulate the minds of these of these children now young adults who later going to be in the board rooms now they're in the colleges do you have a concern that somehow when when we believe the other side can't win the Democrats are saying in twenty fifteen we don't want K. sick we don't want to R. Rubio we we don't want jab we got to have that guy come down the escalator he can't win so how is it possible that you and I normal Americans are saying you know what Bernie can't win when maybe the opposite will happen in twenty twenty that happen in twenty sixteen be careful what you wish am I wrong thank you it's very important that we don't take anything for granted and you've talked about they hate trump contingent on the forty two percent you're right give me they're going to go for whoever the nominee is forty not only has the energy he has a powerful organization he has a huge donor base of small donors he's not going to run out of money and a significant number of the Democrats are going to unite behind Bernie and the entire apparatus of dark money of George Soros money or Bloomberg money for that matter all the big money donors to the Democratic Party including Hollywood which gives the ten ninety percent of the democratic candidates they will all unite behind the anti trump Porsche will hold they'd rather have burning the drop in so this is going no matter who gets the nomination this is going to be a political war like James group worse than what James carvel described because for example here in California we have something called ballot harvesting which is a fancy word for voter fraud which allows operatives to go out and gather absentee ballots and there's no time to verify them and so they generate them on the eve of voting when they think they need them then all of a sudden you go to bed at night thinking the Republican one wake up in the morning and the Democrat is one oh we're going to see a tremendous she rolled back we're going to see the kind of October surprise yeah that's way beyond anything we saw even when trump was running against Hillary Clinton they came up with the access Hollywood tapes and directly as they continue to latch on to anything that could harm trouble course including this coronavirus coverage show yeah I think the people who are right of center have to unite behind Donald Trump I think we've seen a number of former never Trumpers lined up at the Republican Party is probably is United has it ever been ever and they they have plenty of money for the rank and file the wonderful listeners of the bill Cunningham show they have to realize that they can never take this for granted they have to get out and vote get their friends to dance to get friends of friends to vote you must and we're going to overwhelm them with turnout to overcome the chief vote whoever the nominee is an end yep Bernie could win we have yes absolutely over and over again yes and that is a nightmare for this country well look at it this way James you're in a part of the country California the frankly doesn't matter because it's going to be blue for the rest of the century or longer because of motor voter in cheating unfortunately I live in a part of the country where we have verification when you have to vote you have a you have an ID to get a driver's license now you have to give a urine sample I had to get my person to ever get IT give two bells of where I live they check everything off as long as we have several states in this country that has legitimate voting up United States citizens we're gonna be fine now the Congress in California you used to have fifteen or twenty Republicans I think you're down about seven or eight by the time they got one motor voter you might have one or two and that's it it's over with maybe not a McCarthy can win and so the fact of the matter is I hate hearing on fox news and elsewhere our news Max so I watch a lot of newsmax TV your friend of mine went on a road in others I watch it and there's such a sense of boy we want Bernie Bernie is going to win but a judge is now gone Stiers gone we want Bernie will be careful what you wish as long as we think that Bernie cannot win that's the recipe to having him win that American fundamentally changes and I don't like to hear somehow the Bernie Sanders can't win we were told in nineteen seventy nine that that that cowboys beat Hollywood actor what bonds are on his lap Jimmy Carter one of Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan cannot win that no one's going to put him in power member that I remembered twenty fifteen Hillary Clinton's type you're saying look we don't want one please don't have case against the president and maybe Marco is the V. P. we can't win well we can beat them we give me please don't we we want trump and look what happened and the complacency will set in and then we're going to lose and lastly before I let you go I have this other thought the forces of evil in the world in America will do anything in their power to keep trump from his second term because of the supreme court federal judges taxes so the board of the military well I wouldn't put it past some desperate around the world or in America to do something to trash the American economy or the stock market to make sure that trump cannot win the Russians do not want trump they want a fellow traveler named Bernie Sanders called a communist by James Carville the end and it worries me that on October the thing is supporting the wind beneath trump's win what wings is the stock market and the economy well I wouldn't put it past the Iranians the Chinese and north Koreans the Russians or others do something that sparks something terrible in the economy are you worried about that too and as the corona virus part of that yeah I mean we're seeing it more share with exaggerated reporting here responsible remarks exaggerated reporting by the media and irresponsible remarks by Democrat office holders knowing that they could panic the public about this they create this distorted perception of job ability there's a place called Orange County Orange County has declared a state of emergency bill is one patient one corona virus one that patient has fully recovered and they.
"james group" Discussed on WTVN
"Chris many of us are familiar with the the border and films the series of American action thriller films which were based on the character Jason Bourne this CIA assassins suffering from dissociative amnesia was played by Matt Damon movies I think there were three or four films there was the the Bourne supremacy the Bourne ultimatum the Bourne legacy how much of that do you think is based on what happened at Montauk was Jason Bourne this character a Montauk boy our yeah I mean ma'am these things are really happening and the thing is if you look back thirty years for years even more go back to John Frankenheimer's Manchurian candidate you know so a little further forward to analyze things in Stephen king's writing everything from fire started go to David Cronenberg's scanners all of these were about government programs trying to enhance one time to another of psychic abilities are super human enhancement we just did a whole episode for strange world on super soldiers everything from enhancing psychic abilities to physical abilities to enhancing with different animal DNA this is all real access was confirmed you know we we we we we were talking to people that were working for dark like this is a route this is really happening and so we know if you're not far fetched it's really happening and it obviously and somewhere and it began in programs like the Montauk project we haven't been able to prove that one hundred percent yeah but it's gone it's going to happen and these other programs it happens and so yeah you know these fictional stories aren't so fictional they're all taken from something they're all taken from some kind of real thing that was happening in their those that believe does those stories in fiction were put out there to kind of condition us to get used to stuff like because eventually one way or another it's going to be sold to the public these some of these abilities will be available to us and I think in a form of some kind of implanted chip our and then there are others that believe that that's a conspiracy in itself how many Montauk boys are out there perhaps waiting to be I don't know repeat at D. program may be having memories regain through regression therapy how many are out there ready to tell their story why why for derided stories over the years some many your dad summer out there telling a tale summer damage to now and wanting to tell the tale and then perhaps no longer trade like this gentleman that I spoke with he used an alias James groups and then others according to the gentleman like Preston Nichols and LBO lake others have been and society for a long time there currently are there in the C. I. A. higher positions in the military or high positions in politics that's what they claim again I have no proof of this what I wouldn't I wouldn't turn on considered as bonk because after what I've learned over the years I I mean any of this is possible it all happened anyway one place or another all right let's go to the phone calls wildcard line my **** is in New York my ad welcome to coast to coast AM yes good morning gentlemen I'm so glad boy was I disappointed when you last cat or the A. about this we bought it and I listened over the air first Chris I'd like you to delve into an elaborate what happen in Holmesburg prison and down we know that they have a certain targeted population in our prisons and I'd like you to elaborate and explain more about the type of experiment and secondly I understand I remember reading Preston's book I believe the lies by that was some time ago but weren't there alleged space dumps or type the space elevated go into the margin and they are about and whether that's related to Montauk and the last and third part is you destination about famous politicians be and connected to be an actively involved in this activity I believe coach had a program a few years ago someone who was talking about Obama and the even some of the famous names on that person have an experience and it the way it's about my having gone through time travel and or if they found and if you have my three questions and concerns I listen over the area all right my thank you so much for that so let's start with the homes Berg prison in Philadelphia what was going on there back in the the late I guess it started around sixty three in the height of the Cold War what was going on there okay so Alan warm bloom later blew the whistle on Manson discovered all of the fact is not there investigator and this is been proven cell will go backwards now and so what was happening air war under false pretenses officials the came down there song the gentleman who are in prison one gentleman we spoke to who is a survivor of this is names used to he was there they came down and said we want to test some bubble bath on you this is for products you know Johnson and Johnson and he said the world we're gonna painted on your skin and we're gonna test your skin and he said they had this bandage on him and he was you know they pay them a el twenty box and so he's in his cell and this stuff is burning his skin burning any screaming for help saying amen and get this thing off of the screaming loud loud loud this is just one example and so he took this thing off of them and put it on the wall and claim that it was eating the paint off the wall after it severely burned his skin is supposed to be bubble bath yeah you can have a reaction to something like that but it was later discovered that all of that stuff was part of a covert experiment leading to mind control Yusef was also brought in to a heavily psychedelic drug experiment where his mind was being manipulated let these warm mind control experiments Matt Allen one bloom did confirm that there that this group was trying to make them into the Manchurian candidate hi assassins were they were experimenting on these prisoners to see what it would do and there's enough evidence to support this in the series of his books everything from physical chemical experiments on the skin to the mind control experiments and you can find all of that is incredible author five dot was happening for years and they were alike programs going on all over the place yes Alan Memorial Hospital up here in Montreal where women were were being admitted to hospital a sensibly for post partum depression depression and the they had their memories erased they were subjected to a lecture of electro convulsive therapy and massive doses of LSD they had their memories erased this was done with the complicity of the Canadian government the program was sponsored by the by the CI a and if people think that this is just a conspiracy theory they were out of court settlements civil trials resulted in millions of dollars being paid to these families they admitted in court that this was done right our governments were complicit and all of it they were fully aware of what was going to do to people and how expendable they call people work and was all part of the gig they knew it about what was the end game over the ultimate call and all of that you know what was being developed and it seems to be happening in unison you know it was happening everywhere so there's this lends credence to our current only and our fears of this other level of intelligence that collectively as planning well against us one way or another will to manipulate us to control us and and I don't think it's that crazy choose the police and that sucks because we have so much to support it and that's what's frustrating sometimes when you come across a non believer am I added also asked about the connection between Montauk in this alleged Mars space jump that was also centered there right they did say that they said that was there they said there was space John's interstellar jobs LBO described it as a bio grits make form of transport so they would pinpoint one place in time and space and they would have a number to the location and number two how store traveler and instantaneously would be brought to this other place and a lot of the time they say that whether it be walking through this this Stargate which was literally what you think it is people would disappear and they would show of Montauk boys through these things again this is their story I'm not saying and I believe it a hundred percent and I'm not saying it's been confirmed but this is what the gentleman with telling what we're close to proving is that they're looking at the very least a base underneath Montauk there was a facility underneath that they claim wasn't there and we can prove other things really start to all right let's say hi to Jan in Brooklyn New York on the wildcard line Jan welcome because the cost all right all right I'm I read those gentlemen outlet is I think that the new life Fletcher and I will submit a matinee of men's lecture what year was that chance I was in the eighties right probably when you met all three you make you you met Preston Nichols Alby lack and Duncan Cameron yet met separately I meant that in and out together and Preston Nichols separately and present Nichols he said the workshops at new life and I need to take them every time every six months they added and at the last workshop he made this statement where he wasn't allowed to speak getting more and I and my amazement at that workshop all he did was play music I don't have it so that that new white ever again I would barely get Dunkin Dunkin memory was actually like war he he you know he couldn't understand I did not know person they sure what that was in the Philadelphia experiment so even like did shell of the human being that look like that's interesting because I will I tried to interview Duncan Cameron once for a an episode of a TV show I was hosting and same thing I could not he could not maintain a thread sort of a cohesive thread he could not answer questions because he was just he wasn't there anyway while gently then to add to that Christopher it's always wonderful to hear someone who is authentically air during that time you know just before the book was written a lot of the time these people went to these gatherings and they were unique yes before the internet and as before it would do is this word of mouth communication yeah and what an interesting time your people stories are just to talk to someone who's authentically at those meetings I've been able to just find very few over the years it's wonderful to speak to you chant do you think then Christopher that the Duncan Cameron Preston Nichols and I'll be like maybe they wore part of Montauk but they were they were damaged they were they were programmed as this info agents to spread this cover story about time travel in aliens and all that because once you start bringing that up let's face it you lose the room with a lot of people so they'll never get past that to get to the real story I have considered this a hundred percent and and I believe it because the the because again I I've been immersed in science fiction my whole life so I knew exactly where press got a lot of that stuff and he admitted to it to even be said that reptilian commander that he spoke to look just like the warrant star track arena right that would be up to like going back it's like you it was all there now the another thing I can say that was out of these gentlemen were so heavily on the net delayed add maybe there was some kind of drugs involved because to to defuse the situation maybe there was some kind of implanted hallucination or memory to make them think they really did see this stuff yeah or maybe they really didn't see this stuff I don't know all I know is I truly believe that there were human experiments at that place and and they don't like it that we're talking intelligently about and I can tell you that much so I'm officially I mean you you got the blueprints of that too that show officially there is nothing there is no subterranean facility beneath the tower via the yeah the radar tower at Campero a but again you brought in this geological accompanied they definitely found that there is something under there you also have eye witness testimony with video showing that there is something under there have you gone back to the defense department with this and say all right now you know your move what do you make of this yeah we put in for your request we have not received anything back and that's been since the dark file anything we get back in the redacted you know we're not gonna do it what it's going to require and they put a great effort for it I mean literally the the the US army corps of engineers is there and drove doing some kind of experiment they had been there and thirteen years they just happened to be there on that day we had a permit to explore the the base you know past the fence we were not allowed past the trans there was like this big diffusion operation going on to keep us away and every effort was put over to keep us away.
"james group" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Chris many of us are familiar with the the border and films the series of American action thriller films which were based on the character Jason Bourne this CIA assassins suffering from dissociative amnesia was played by Matt Damon movies I think there were three or four films there was the the Bourne supremacy the Bourne ultimatum the Bourne legacy how much of that do you think is based on what happened at Montauk was Jason Bourne this character a Montauk boy our yeah I mean these things are really happening and the thing is if you look back thirty years for years even more go back to John Frankenheimer's Manchurian candidate in Elko little further forward to analyze things in Stephen king's writing everything from fire started go to David Cronenberg scanners all of these were about government programs trying to enhance one another of psychic abilities are super human enhancement we just did a whole episode for strange world on super soldiers everything from answering psychic abilities to physical abilities to enhancing with different animal DNA this is all real back stuff was confirmed no we we we we we were talking to people that were working for dark like this is a route this is really happening and so we know it's huge it's not far fetched it's really happening and it obviously Dan somewhere and it began in programs like the Montauk project we haven't been able to prove that one hundred percent yeah but it's gone it's going to happen and these other programs did happen and so yeah you know these fictional stories aren't so fictional they're all taken from something they're all taken from some kind of real thing that was happening in their those that believe those those stories and fiction were put out there to kind of condition us to get used to stuff like because eventually one way or another it's going to be sold to the public these some of these abilities will be available to us and I think in a form of some kind of implanted chip our and then there are others that believe that that's a conspiracy in itself how many Montauk boys are out there perhaps waiting to be I don't know read at D. program may be having memories regain through regression therapy how many are out there ready to tell their story why why for deriding of stories over the years some many your dad some are out there telling a tale summer damaged you know and wanting to tell the tale and and perhaps no longer afraid like this gentleman that I spoke with he used an alias James groups and then others according to the gentleman like Preston Nichols and LBO lake others as Dan and society for a long time there currently are there in the C. I. A. higher positions in the military or high positions in politics that's what they claim again I have no proof of this but I wouldn't I wouldn't turn on considered as bonk because after what I've learned over the years I I mean any of this is possible at all happened anyway one place or another all right let's go to the phone calls wildcard line my **** is in New York my ad welcome to coast to coast AM yes good morning gentlemen I'm so glad boy was I disappointed when you last catalog.
"james group" Discussed on KTOK
"With Joel Reagan and Randy Renner all righty we're back K. here at the bottom of the hour eleven thirty two and we're talking district standings drawl is been frantically working on getting everything Saddam got it for a class B. and the lawn Aug is over in his studio with the whole sorts of fund information and for faulty let's go with bravado they're big word Hey Randy yeah that soul for plain view game uhhuh interesting tidbit from that so for was down twenty one to seven going into the fourth quarter scored fifteen points in the fourth quarter and plain view sealed it with a field goal late and that was a heck of a game there in district play twenty four twenty two that's right you with the win and that way I was a big game because sulfur in plain view were tied three and at the top of the district going into that game tonight that's right in plain views only loss on the season week two against the total Tigers yeah so per and plain view result for six in one overall plane views five in one and plain view for it in the districts all for three and one Marlowe's also three in one in that district and the you know we may have a urine just listening to all of the district standings we have there are some districts here that we have I believe I can as many as six maybe there's a there may have been one district that seven teams still in the running for a playoff spot a lot it's a lot of ties there in the middle that we're getting is we're gonna move as the as the season rolls on in the final three weeks yeah yeah and of course a lot lots of things can happen but you know it looks like yeah we're going to have a heck of a physician some of these districts you know Randy if the season ended today if the season ended today I would make a lot of money writing a book about why the season ended today so it's not so never ever heard no my gosh the way you never heard that one before any of a caller who was at the time the Kansas city star beat writer for the cans he whirls tweeted that like in July because it starts to get that way with the playoffs later on with the Gobi the Dodgers beat writer and I love it the LA times but one of my favorite lines of all time it might get into your time let's talk bow legs in Graham Dustin yes talk about this game you hold me mostly shared this on our hash tag defense of battle we came early to those guys we shared this on our Twitter page and you were gracious enough to clue us in on that from I was at the game but I tell you a one fourteen Graham Dustin the chieftains put up one fourteen Bolex puts up sixty four so there goes and handily Yahoo's is and score sixty four Derek Jennings the the Graham Dustin quarterback accounted for eight touchdowns thirteen of fifteen passes two hundred thirty four yards seven touchdowns passing you also had six Kerry for seventy one yards Austin five had nine touch death comes three rushing three receiving and three on kickoff returns while most points in a game this season is he might be a really really good candidate for this coming week's Friday night finals player of the week well I nine touchdowns yes and very even three and three kickoff returns and so you know I like I say I was covered Texas football for quite awhile and those expand yeah words would put those up now we've got an eight man score that put that up and as well and six band they're all eligible right is that is that correct yes everyone is eligible according to I was at the game dot com it's also the most points scored eleven man or eight man football game in Oklahoma history dating to the nineteen thirties so wow big game there at bow legs and so you know class class C. bring the heat here and one fourteen so higher to those guys imagine that managing the the chains crew and he said I have a feeling it's James group probably weren't doing a lot because it was a lot of lifelong along plays there wasn't or either that or they would have to do a lot because I have to go across the field forty five fifty yards to set some Jane I guess three kickoff returns for touchdowns you you don't have to work at that time right there just imagine just imagine the disappointment of a coordinator dole just wait just imagine the disappointment of a Bowlegs fan missed most of the game right and just happened to see the final score on the scoreboard which would have appeared as though Bowlegs at one sixty four to fourteen right and then finding out no no no that extra one there's others for one hundred Hey guys are putting these are put in triple digits on these eight man scoreboards I know that we've got they I guess it would show fourteen you're right about that may happen with Oklahoma school for the deaf they put a six man game with Missouri definite was one twenty four to one oh two this was a couple years ago remember this look like twenty four to two like twenty four to two yeah Hey how about your Bethany Broncos last night Bethany brought two hundred seventy seven yards rushing three hundred five yards passing Cushing is no slouch offensively so they held them to twenty eight points and put up sixty to themselves if you get a chance before we go away for the night we got some big matchups coming up next week these district races are going to heat up and then also we've got a little bit of futility bowl next week so not everybody can go undefeated in a season somebody's got to win some games will talk about that if you give me no yeah yeah we did we definitely well as us definitely do they will do that will quick I promised people they've been asking about it at least somebody has been B. six B. seven and B. eight we'll tell you about the six right now the standings do were in Kyoto or to NO R. coalmine Gantz wanted one our dance the home of big country country yeah Bryant Reeves yeah how big was that boy when he was born as water you know I don't know I'm surprised you don't know I have no I have no idea he ended up being rather large okay down backboards he could form in case brings it all when to bring up the rear of B. six B. seven Peru in Davenport at two and depuy in jail at one one all lord here we go again I messed up and I didn't let you see I get up at UC Wesleyan Christian all right and all of it would too rigid prep is a top B. A. L. with south Coffeyville no that's not right Hey I'm a Christian summit Christian summit Christian come on I get CS out I'll quickly I was doing I have two S. sees that makes no sense oaks at one and one south Coffeyville at into along with foil and I want to so now folks they've got their class B. Hey get old really weird pointing things a jolt class B. top five corn in the AP poll Shattuck was off their number one and the other four teams in the top five at least all scored at least forty nine points and we're all on the road twenty points scored total against the four of those if you combine them so US tomorrow domination by the top.
"james group" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And you know, it's never going to be replaced and probably shouldn't. But I'll tell you what. I really liked as far as music, and, you know, through biographies and things. What, what do you think of, of the moderate pops, which was really the first one Monterey? Puck Cecil was Goi down my God. The music I I listened to a show with on public radio and Canada ready Backman. Good overdrive and. Yeah. Guess right? Then he he had his wife on who is at moderate pops, and she was telling great stories about how she spent the whole night with Jimmy Hendrix seats, literally held his hand. He was so nervous. Oh, yeah. She kept saying, don't be nervous. You're good. You're going to be good. You know, he really hadn't even performed yet in public. I don't think at that time. So he was very nervous. But. Yeah. I think that's one of the great concert films of all time, the Monterey pop. And if nothing else you know, we forget because he died far too young plane crash. What an extraordinary talent. Otis redding. What? Oh. Guys and Hendrick Hendrickson, the who was the who when they're all these great moments. They're like, and then Otis Redding. Just comes out here in nukes, everybody. He just. Yeah. Yeah. He was great. He would might God, if he would have lived the music that, that guy may. Unbelievable. It just it, it, it, it just you just get you know drawn to it. You just wanna keep listening, right? I don't think DACA the bay was something that was unlike anything else, I think that anyone had recorded that time and. Yeah, it, it became a hit posthumously. So you wonder using Docker the bay as a point of reference, what would he have done after that had to give been given the jury a man, the Motari pop thing, boy, there's also talking about these things are the other as there's a documentary? It's called the TNT and the Tammy show. I remember Tammy Tammy for teenage. I forget what it is heard. I heard of it, but I. Yeah. You see James Brown in his prime and the rolling still who had to come on after James jails. Not please that he was headlining. The stones were. So, you know. And. What do you expect? Yeah. Pride. So we kinda says, okay and you and you see, you know, clearly terrified Jagger trying to follow. But this other performances James Brown in the it was just fabulous. Fabulous stuff. One thing that most people didn't know about that. Then was like an hour of seven breakdown for James's group and performance the musicians and set lanes. Yeah. And set up for the stones. They had to reset the stage. It took an hour and it made it look like off came James Brown and up came at jagged, didn't go that way. Didn't go down that way. Smokey Robinson is in there. And, you know, when when he very much prime and, and it's just it's, it's, it's a movie of an era, but had there. But again, I, I agree with you wanna repoprt in that was that laid the framework, if it were, if it hadn't been for Monterey pop, I would've been Woodstock, and Monterey. Pollinator was it was a success across the board. It was also just a small crowd. Yeah. The movie did, well, the, the soundtracks did well. I think you had it not been for monetary policy. Probably wouldn't have been a Woodstock is probably successive on to beat. Everyone say, I gotta go to Woodstock and then do the chaos food Cami show could've been subtitled Motown versus the British invasion. Been fun because that's basically what it was. Yeah. It really. But. Thing about the moderate popzette, do you think it was because it was smaller crowd or what?.
"james group" Discussed on WJR 760
"For the twenty nineteen North American International auto show charity preview. I see sandy Buruah. I see. Our ambassador Ghaffari. There's so many people I go on and on and on naming all these people. One of them has a connection. Tony for badeah has a connection with my next guest. I mentioned you to already boy Breen reads kind of an attention hog is named David. Julie julie. All right. This guy who I mentioned a moment ago who I thought would have made a great Senator. I see Norman you Touma and the whole you family, but I better do this and yelling at me to her. Hurry along I saw this guy. And I called him Senator by mistake. It was kind of wishful thinking because I think John James, I think you would have been a great Senator. Well, thank you so much. I appreciate that. You know, we we tried hard with the support of a great team. And a lot of folks out there who really gave it their all. But you know, we came a little bit short. But we did what we came to do Bruguera to God made the state of Michigan proud. I'm looking forward to doing what I can't serve. Well, and I know you'll you'll run for something again, and you'll do very well because now people know, you and depth. So let me just stay out of politics for a moment. Tell me about our Detroit-based auto supplier, James group international that you're running short. James group international is a company that's headquartered in Detroit. We're tier one automated before General Motors and Toyota, we specialize in warehousing and distribution manufacturing assembly. And supply chain information technology we export all over the world. We're the last line of defense for tier one automotive suppliers during their supply chain sustainability, and we're looking for taking technology and sustainability to the next level and doing what we can't take that as well. And. Support in our community. We're actually here. The charity preview because we're big big supporters of the boys and Girls Club of southeast Michigan. They're doing tremendous work saving lives and keeping boys and girls off the streets. And we want to address mobility issues to make sure that we can start getting kids into these clubs. So our very very passionate about giving back. Now, did you go to school with Tony's with your son? What you can't tell me stuff like that. And then yes, I I actually graduated from brother is high school. Go warriors without Tony for Bata. He's in Chicago. We're gonna try and get them back. We're going to try, but there's tremendous things going on in this state and the city, and we need to again be the the home for opportunity and not just hope soon to be one day is Senator John James. Thank you so much right now, we have a baby on the way Lizzy if you're listening. I love you. She's pregnant with our third she's about like thirty eight weeks pregnant, so that's why she's not here tonight. But she says Hello, all right. Good to see you, John. Thank you. God bless you. Thank you. John James, sharp guy, very sharp guy. Indeed. And I remember when the vice president of the United States came in to see him and support him. And that was a great night with the vice president. A new delta vice president of airport operations. That is Hussein berry delta vice president of airport operations at Detroit metro airport. You know, that of course, it used to be the berry terminal, I think I have that. Right. Am I right? Didn't it used to be that wasn't there? A berry in the terminal. Yes, Dave is old enough to remember that there used to be a very terminal we used to take international arrivals there several years ago. It was recently demo existed, they moved the name actually add to the Michael berry. Wayne County administrative building. Now, I'm going to assume this is your lovely wife. This is my lovely wife. Her name is Mona Mona. Hi, Paul W Smith nice meeting you as well. And you are here now in charge of the airport operations at metro airport. Four delta tell me about what that job entails. You know, it's twenty four around the clock type of job. You know? It's a lot goes on it really doesn't sleep. The you know, the big story this week is the first snowstorm of the season. But not too worried about it. We've done really well over the years in two thousand eighteen we've focused heavily on canceling out cancellations Delta's mainline operation has cancelled about two hundred. I'm sorry. We had three hundred and fifty one days without a cancellation. If you include our Elta connection characters is about one hundred and forty three days. So just excellent the two between us combined and all the other airlines combined. It will equal the amount of days that we we we went without a cancellation. I am a major hometown airline delta fan. And we support you in every way that we can you actually happen to be the official airline of the ball W Smith show. I I'm not making that up. It's true we fly delta whenever we can. But I do that personally with my family as well. So I salute you in any way that we can help you along. Way. You let us know where did you come in from? I was born and raised here in Detroit, you've been here all the all this time while I've been with delta for twenty three years, but I left for a short period. I went to Atlanta for about five years. I spent some time running the JFK operation for delta for two years. Now just back about a year ago taken over the delta operation in Detroit. Where did you meet Mona? Oh, and Canada, my wife is Canadian how do you? So where did you live in Canada? It just across the border in Windsor. So this is easy then for you. I hope you're loving Detroit. Oh, yes. I love it. Very good. All right. Mona. Oh, it's good to talk about this. Sometimes it's good to meet you Mona and Hussein berry anytime, we can be of help you let us know. Thank you so much. We appreciate it. Thank you for your business. Happy new year. Good to see what's that step Hussein berry? Delta vice president of airport operations at metro airport and his wife Mona lewi is here. How are you? I am excellent wall who is the CEO of the DMC children's hospital, and they rock you rock, we rack we? I mean, we do we are. Unfortunately, we're very very busy. That's not. We have a lot of kids, but we're getting them happy and healthy, and we're sending them home. So we have a new tower. That's a new hospital everyone's happy, and it's a great night. You approach the hospital, and you get happy. I know it's amazing and end as we all know, the proceeds for tonight come to the children's hospital Michigan foundation. So we can continue to do bigger. And better things for these kids and Larry burns his offered to help me with my golf tournament that is sorely needed some help because I'm terribly disorganized. And he's going to help with his resources and also be one of our beneficiaries. He he told me last week we had breakfast, and I put it on my calendar. So I'll be golfing with you this year. Oh, excellent. Well, we're happy about that looking forward to it. Meanwhile, anything else we need to know about the children's hospital DMC. Now, we have our new brand new emergency department. We have our brand new Nick you, and our brand new pick you, and we're taking care of the sickest kids in the state like we always do, and it's our honor and pleasure to do that. Well, it's a pleasure having you here. Thank you for your support Luana world CEO of DMC's children's hospital. God bless you. Happy new year. Paul happy new year, the head of FCA, Mike Manley is here. Michael I was trying to do is distract to. How are you this evening? I am excellent. You can't distract me. I want to see you. And I wanna talk to you. And I were just on our show. And I really appreciate that. How's everything going? Wow. You know, I was walking around this evening. And I was thinking to myself what a fantastic institution. This is nine hundred seventy six you know, this better than me. The charity event started around one hundred twenty one hundred and thirty million right? So far and just an enormously good spirit thing, and it's fantastic to me people pasta. So you may not have to come up and say, well, I'm so glad that you did. And I'm so glad you're doing such a great job. You're the guy to come into that position. Your team is supporting you and things are looking good. And so far knock on wood. But knock on whatever it is no major announcements of having to restructure or do many of the things that a lot of auto companies have to do just heads down trying to do the best. We can sell as many Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram they possess. We can you know us. That's what we do. So it's been a good year last year through to nineteen. We'll see what happens. Thanks for stopping by Mike. Thank you could see Mike Manley ahead of FCA stopping by to say. Hello, like, I said, you never know who you might run into like, for example, Jake. Jason Stein might even be here. Now that he's a regular on WJR radio Fridays at six fifty automotive us, and hopefully, we can shed some light on the industry through automotive news. Well, I think the publisher of automotive news, Ken shed, a lot of light on the auto industry. That's you Jason Stein. Well, thank you. And you're always so gracious wherever we are around the world, somehow you and I ended up in the same room together with a microphone, but we've finished off a fantastic week with automotive news and the whole team working hard on world, congress, of course, and are some twenty-five speakers over at the renaissance center some heavy hitters, by the way. Well, it's interesting. We started it off with Don Walker ahead of Magna and we had Jim Farley on Tuesday night. We had Roger Penske a good friend of ours on Wednesday night. And then of course, Mary Barra also on Wednesday night speaking with Casey crane, so a fantastic week. And hopefully shed some some insights on the industry just to see where two thousand nine hundred going to go. The crane family is extremely proud to be supporting the city and also bringing together leaders of industry, you do support the city you support so many and thanks again for inviting me to the dinner. It's a spectacular dinner for the auto show and for the world congress, and you have world leaders in the automotive industry that was Monday, right? We had a great dinner on Monday night. I think between the three tables the three tables, we had about thirty CEO's, and you know. No, it's the only place I think really in the world where the auto industry gathers like that where they can break, Brad. And even as competitors. They can they can drop their swords for a moment. And then they get up and start the next day trying to cli- cloud each other again. And and so we think of ourselves as a bit of agnostic neutral place to bring the industry together. And you always do such a fine job as you did again this year with the benediction due to thank Keith crane to acknowledge the crane family for all that they do and automotive news. I also said you were the glue that holds it all together Jason Stein to you didn't throw that in. But I am and thank you so much for coming by..