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"jesse rice" Discussed on The Takeaway
"For more. We're here with jesse. Rice president of the appeal and aaron morrison national race and ethnicity writer for the associated. Press josie and erin. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you for having ans- be with you aaron. The killing of ahmad arbery was caught on video. He was shot three times in broad daylight while he was on a run because three right vigilantes thought he was involved in nearby robberies. Remind us how local prosecutors initially handled this case will. They initially handled it by Let's just be blunt by not handling it. They did not afford Mister perry the civil rights protections that You know others would would get in a what is clearly a criminal a criminal case so And at a very heinous act That was carried out by the by the mcnichols so That's the reason why his mother wanted to. Cooper has filed a civil rights lawsuit just Just recently on the one year anniversary of his death. And where do things currently stand with the trial of the men charged with his murder while they essentially wait await trial trial. Date has not actually been set yet so We're you know we're we're a few days past the one year since amounts death And the families is still awaiting no basically A roadmap for for how how. Things are going to proceed josie. What sort of defense are the three men charged in arby's murder planning on using where basically expecting to see them. Use two different defenses for their actions that day. The first Is the Citizen's arrest law. Which has existed and In georgia law. Since the year that the emancipation proclamation was signed. That's relevant because this law really has a racist origins and has Been employed in explicitly racist ways. Right so it gives it essentially gives citizens or especially white citizens the right without you know to to use the force of law to arrest people using the force of law though they don't have law enforcement credentials And what we see is that it. It plays out In similar situations thrown with arbery They also plan to use what is essentially a stand. Your ground law Basically arguing that ahmad arbery You know came at them after they tried to arrest him and in his Aggression made it reasonable for them to shoot and kill him. You can see how together these two laws Really allow If employed liberally really allow anyone to get away with shooting and killing whoever they want For the suspicion of even the slightest infraction rate. I mean the argument that they they were attempting to arrest him but they were also acting in self-defence Really doesn't align Unless you are in a place like in a place like glenn county last. June georgia governor. Brian kemp signed a hate crime. Measure into law in response to the reaction to arbitrary death before that georgia was one of only four states. That did not have a hate crimes. Statute camp has also proposed overhauling that civil war era. Citizen's arrest law. That you mentioned josie. So how significant are these changes. Look i think it's important to acknowledge some of the ways in which ahmad berry's death was systemically endorsed right and i think that the fact that georgia is one of four got a heat. Crime law is irrelevant. Data point die being said. I find that very often and especially very often southern states. I'm in georgia. These laws end up being used against the very people that they're meant to protect right places like louisiana where now Police are a protected class under the under a hate. Crime law right. You see under ecg and other states where actually any any additional criminalization tends to primarily hurt black and brown people for people not actually the people that this maybe maybe directed towards so i love to see an overhaul of this arrest. Lots and lots of bipartisan effort I think i think i understand the move towards signing a hate crime law but i am skeptical at how actually effective it will be at preventing deaths like amount rbis. This is this is trying to fight as pretty often criticized a culture war with policy an What we see in south georgia is yet again. Another example of of a history of racism and a history of law enforcement supported racism You know ending yet again in the death of at death of an innocent person. Aaron another notable incident of police brutality and georgia last year was the police killing of twenty-seven-year-old rayshard brooks in atlanta. Remind us about the details in his killing right. So you know rayshard brooks. It's pretty well know now that he was essentially stopped on suspension. Suspicion of dui. But you know. I was actually worker at the the wendy's that called because Mr brooks was asleep in his car and After an exchange with officers Who you know essentially Wanted to take him in Even though he parked his car and didn't appear to be posing any threat on on anyone. escalated into confrontation where they tried to use force to to detain him And then at one point. He got a Hand he. He basically got control of an officer's keizer he runs away and he shot in the back Those the officers involved were pretty swiftly. charged In in brought in on the case But the case is actually pretty complicated where it stands right now because it was the under the former. Da paul howard to boot essentially charged of the officers without Really empaneling a grand jury in the traditional sense and there are lots of reasons for why that that happened. But now there's the is sort of languishing bit because there's a new. Da who still. Who's now trying to decide how to proceed jussie. How common is it for district attorneys to be able to bring charges against police officers without involving a grand jury like erin just mentioned experiments uncommon and most states to be able to charge serious violent felonies without involving a grand jury. But it's kind of complicated. I mean i think it sort of depends state by state. I mean what we know. In general is that the the law and every state includes provisions that make it very difficult to convict a law enforcement officer of something like murder rate of of something like that you know. Inuk in cases like the death richard brooks And or the death of george floyd and so got dot. What what what has faced by by grand juries by trial. Juries by by defense attorneys. I'm sorry by prosecutors. Defense attorneys and by judges is the general limitations of the law in terms of wet their allies willing to do to hold the state accountable and the reality is they're just not willing to do much. The law protects state. It does not actually protect the people.
"jesse rice" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Beverly was the youngest of the three McGowan children. Hailed from Philadelphia but had all relocated to Florida Little Library Decade Oleo Beverly lived on the coast in Pompano beach. I. Sister. Jane lived eleven miles north in Boca retired. Stave. Resulted in central Florida. Like her Bra. Jane also received a cryptic farewell letter from beverly. It detailed her decision to make some big law changes in order to go traveling. She wrote of quitting her job in selling her condo as she had to lay virata away. The lead is made little sense to stave and Jane. After working odd for a long time beverly finally saying happy with by her career and home. Life. She had recently purchased the Condo and was working two jobs to pay off the mortgage. They couldn't understand why she would suddenly give up everything and. Without a proper goodbye. The letters were written in Beverly's handwriting from a notepad she kept in her home. Both what postmarked Wednesday July eighteen and was sent from the city of Miami about thirty seven miles south of Pompano beach. When Kohl's to beverly's homefires to connect. Jane visited a police station to report her missing. There was little could do as the lead has indicated that Beverley had left of her own accord. That not. And Jane had to Pumpkin Pie H to investigate the matter for themselves. Arrived at Beverly's home and upper level apartment in a two story condominium building. It was one of many similarly designed complexes that lawn south flagler. The long quiet straight was situated on the cost of a dense neighborhood. Beverly's Condo was compact. It faded two bedrooms and a balcony that I've looked at the residence park. Upon arrival stave and Jane notice the beverly's Red Volkswagen Fox wasn't in its usual parking spot. She wasn't home, but it didn't appear as though she had packed up and left for good. There would dirty dishes in the kitchen sink a knockdown had been left on her UNMADE. Bed. Clothes were in the closet and strewn on the floor. Although there were also Sohn's indicating that Beverley had no intention of returning. The telephone had been disconnected. The answering machine kept along at was gone. And there was no trace of beverly's two pet cats. Steve and Jane rummaged through some drawers and discovered beverly's address book passport and Birth Certificate where Rosa? Missing. Stave contacted Beverly's employer at Glendale. Federal Bank to say whether they could shed any light on this situation. Beverly worked Monday to Friday in the banks loans department, but also had a second pot Tom Jaw but goodwill a nonprofit organization. Stave was told that beverly codeine sick on Wednesday July eighteen the day before he received her good bilateral. This was unusual given beverly's reputation as a responsible and reliable employees. During the coal, she had also asked to speak to someone in the bank's mortgage. Department. After she was transferred through, Beverly said she no longer wanted her condo and requested to foreclose on it. She was told that she would have to send telegrams to verify a request. A telegram was subsequently received. It also gave the bank permission to dispose of the personal belongings left in her time. Although the circumstances were strange stave began to believe that he sister had just left without a proper explanation. He lodged a missing persons report with the local authorities and also had beverly's credit cards canceled. He hoped that cancelling the cards would hinder travel plans and make her angry enough to reach out to her family. On the evening of Thursday July nineteen, thirty, one year old Jesse moorhead and he's Nice. went out to catch bait for bass fishing. Day arrived at a wide irrigation canal located one hundred miles north of pumping I h in a remote area of Saint Lucie County. The canal leaves rage to Vira dirt track, and he's boarded by an unkempt grassy embankment. One side of the waterway empties into the Saint Lucie River estuary. The other laid SAF to the site sperling tropical wetlands the Florida everglades. Just off the seven PM. Jesse was walking alongside the canal while he's nice. Waited nearby he's car. On the embankment he spotted. Today bag of rags and went to inspect them. Upon realizing what he had actually discovered Jesse Rice back to his car and contacted the police. Investigators from Saint Lucie County Sheriff's department arrived at the Canal and headed to the location described by Jesse. Their Divan the delighted remains of famous lot out. She was dressed in Jane's as single, what Sandal and a pink floral shirt that was bunched up around her neck. She had been killed elsewhere before her body was dumped at the side. There was a gaping wound on her abdomen though what's cool was was unclear. At could have a deliberate injury or the result of post mortem trauma to the body as alligators populated the. Canal. The killer had gone disturbing lengths to prevent the victim from being identified. The hands that Bain were moved and she'd been crudely decapitated. Body parts would not found that the side. Despite this a pivotal clue had seemingly gone unnoticed by the perpetrator. On the victims ride ankle hidden under the cuff of her, Jane's was a small. Of a yellow rose..
"jesse rice" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I'm used to waking up and checking the box score of the good old baseball season at so we kind of go through this this summer right a dollar that's where americana yeah summer road trips yeah I'm checking the box score right that's kind of how there is a very sad sight yes yes yes yes yes what what what what was a sad sight I went to a restaurant an outdoor patio that was across the street from the great Wrigley Field okay and there is a group of people next to us morning some box score and no there they were a family and they'd clearly scheduled like I'm not ready to Chicago so there from morning to morning and the mom was like well thanks for my first baseball game guys and both my wife and I are sitting at the table next to them you know like six feet away obviously we're both just like all that kind of thing I've ever heard is located across the street on the street corner with a sad trombone plays just a balloon that's not in flight for example if a man so it you should talk to their family the drive for what they don't know that the baseball season is cancelled or even their **** goes from a state were covered nineteen apparently is not a big deal to them so they drive in to the big city looking at all the tall buildings back from Chicago I mean they're all wearing becomes is you know how the out of towners from my this is their big weekend in the big city it is it is for them not so much sorrow for Porto baseball rained down to a little bit of rain delay to there's a little bit of weather moving through the area last night but feel bad for Linda yeah I listed in the crew I use Linda and the the couple Brad's and you know their their daughter Irene to bread spread one inbred too well I mean you know no relation but you know the dad's name is Brad and then she married a guy named Brad this is weird wow they then they they that they both go along for the trip yeah yeah well it's summer so you know I I the thing that I thought about is that like you go through the summer days and baseball's going on you check the box score except for this summer we get a different version of that it's you check the box score on whether not baseball will play or not it's a daily thing right you check it Hey it's baseball gonna play now nope they're not going to play and then you go back back to your normal day rightly so every show we've done since like middle of April has open the same way where we look at baseball and say Hey baseball you gonna play we check the box score when we try and find out whether or not you're out this pandemic of baseball's gonna come back and play in each and every day we check we get the answer no not every single time the answer is no in the end listen originally I looked at it as the players needed to accept that their employees for a bigger picture and that if baseball wanted to implement whatever the season was whatever the pay cut was you gotta get back you gotta give laying baseball the figure out what you can do for the future well that opinion has completely flipped in my mind because now it's just the owner's messing around with the employees and the owners don't want to take any caught in a situation where now we all see businesses doing things to try and survive yet baseball does not care they don't care at all C. find the owners today going into Monday I I. except the players offer if I'm the owners knowing full well there's no way in hell your play seventy games after you have two states shut down their spring training facilities because of covert nineteen outbreaks and basically every facility in Arizona and Florida has been shut down if I'm the owners I know damn well we're not gonna play seventy games so I in good faith so I get the good press I go sure seventy games of course absolutely now we'll figure out the health stuff because you know they're not gonna be able to right away that's going to be the problem because the players are now saying we're not going to respond to your offer until we assess the health situation we'll find the owners I go to them and I say no no no no no we're good we're good we're at seven games seven games and then you try to figure out the health stuff because after you figure out all the health stuff and we're gonna play in after players start showing up to facilities and they test positive and they have to be core team because it's gonna happen a percentage of the population is going to test positive baseball players are in themselves a population just like college football players and I fell players we're starting to see positive tests all over the place it with sports players so because of that you show up people test positive like oh well we can only played fifty five games anyway sorry and so what adults talking about their Jesse Rogers on ESPN dot com has the article and Jesse rice this Major League Baseball players won't vote on the league's latest proposal to return to the field until they collect new data regarding testing for covert nineteen after several recent outbreaks at training facilities in the major league cities have taken place a source familiar with the situation has told ESPN so vote could have taken place on Sunday but now it will be delayed a day or two you're right about all the owners could say we accept it and then it will go back to the players to say well we don't think the safety protocols are sent place here's buster Olney on SportsCenter talking about how the season is not looking good for multiple reasons right now there is growing pessimism on both sides that they're going to be able to pull this off because of these two enormous obstacles first the financial obstacle yesterday the the Major League Baseball owners informed the Players Association that they're not going to alter their offer from earlier in the week of sixty gain full pro rated salary to the players and think about this to get to a middle ground of say sixty five to sixty six games would cost each of thirty teams about four to five million dollars but they're not willing to do that they're absolutely entrenched in it might be that rob Manfred might implement a season of say forty eight or fifty four games but that's only going to complicate the second obstacle which is the health and safety protocol and look it's hard to know where teams might be able to play whether it's in their home ballparks or neutral site in a bubble there needs to be absolute collaboration and cooperation between these two sides to pull this off and they are so far from that right now so as buster only license boards are he also went on to say that rob Manfred is trying to show that he's putting in effort to get this done I can tell you that an MLB side they're not afraid of a grievance per se they're not losing sleep over night it was very interesting the other day the sequence of events with rob Manfred going out see Tony Clark and then after that meeting was over rob issuing a statement that began with the words at my request as you read it you understood it rob Manfred got all the secrets of trading is a lawyer and it was like he was checking every box and if you're a pair of raise the wording in that.
"jesse rice" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak
"Probably did. But we didn't have that much to do with it. So. And then let me thank. Yeah. Then I ended up getting on survivor, and they said, we're going and all that. So I did that I got second in that I hated it. I hated survivor lie the mind game I didn't realize I was a paranoid person till the really you'll see two people talking on the beach and you're like, oh my God. Talking about me. I know what I'm going home. And, and funny thing is go into it thinking that no, I was going to be fine. Quick out there, plus your hunger. You're starving your mind starts playing tricks on you, but and I'm not a deceptive person. Like I if, if you ask me, if you're going home, I was probably gonna tell you. Yeah. Like, I'm not gonna sit there a lot of your face which aided they hated that wasn't dramatic. Terrible terrible person how much of that was because I, I think a lot of people think wonder this, when they're watching shows like that. Right. Like, is it? Pretty did it feel authentic. Or were there times that it was. Yeah. Bill Yana some stuff, though, if they want you to be like asked me one time about this. I'm Brenda who everyone thought I was with. I'm like, I don't know. I wanna cheeseburger, I that's all I was thinking about was food how, how hungry did you get where you not the hunger thing in your stomach? You only got only twice ever, but it's the mind that message leaving. Like when you get hungry physically don't happen twice. But what are you eating what we rice, you get rice, how many times a day twice how big bowl tiny, nothing like from there down two inches? And it's just couple spoonfuls of rice. Yeah. Socked terrible. But, but they're like you on about stuff, they'd be like, oh, so what do you think about Brennan? I'm just like if I could do it again. You play I played along with it, because it's like, yeah, she's cute. Yeah. Cool yada, yada. But I'm never said what they wanted me to say what they, I never had the relationship thing that they want, because that's Rama for them. Because first of all on national TV. I'm not gonna do that on national TV. Second of all, I didn't care about her. I wanted to cheeseburger, I literally just wanted food. That's all I thought about. So that was hardest part for me was that the thinking about food, the whole time you don't feel it like the hunger thing is finally goes away, but your week like just to get up and walk down the beach. It takes everything you got it sucked. But on top of that the mind games on top of that. You're just bored. It just wasn't that fun. It was a cool experience to do once. But I'm glad what was it? What was it like you came out of it? So my mom took me to I had a little girl, actually walk out to me at the. Airport. I of my buddies army ranger backpack that he gave me and little girl came about of still beer. This is a day after I made it all the way I got second. So like the night the next day, I flew home, this comes up to me, and she's like she said, thank you so much. And I'm talking like six year old maybe somewhere in there. And I looked at her. What do you mean? And she said, thank you for your service to our country. And I was like, oh man she thinks about POW or something I looked rough, but I just kind, not about having walked on. But and then I thought we did was a grocery store by that time out already. So one other story, like I mean by this time, I'm in the hotel in Miami, the next day, I'm flying home to North Carolina. And I walked by one of these rooms had set their tray out of the room because I were done with whatever they're eating. I took it to my room and eight, it's because you're so savage. That's only forty days. I can't imagine being a POW like for years. And he's like stories. You've heard I don't know how and you're getting shot at, and you don't know how I absolutely understand why. PTSD's thing. Yeah. Do you remember the first time you had a beer or something when you came back? We'll that night the show's over Nicaragua we had we drink some but your body, so jacked up. I didn't it didn't even know what to do with alcohol but we wanted to grocery store, my mom film that I was obsessed. I think we spent like five hundred bucks at the grocery store. I was just getting orios everything you could think of it. It's pretty weird. What forty days? We'll do. Yeah. Could you sleep how there? The first night rain on us, and I you know, sleep because it's just Trenton you the whole night. And then our thing, the hut, or whenever you Bill broken, we just miserable. But that's when I went back to Charlotte to. All right coach I'm back looking thirty eight pounds lighter. He's like, oh, dude. You can't there's no way you can do this job right now by the crow. Yeah. So go home get it together. Get your strength back. And then, then we'll talk, and I went straight to Nashville and hung out with Brian them again. And so that night, we went to ten roof, the bar, my favorite bar in Nashville, and they their roommate had just gotten real real real depressed. So he had to move out and that night. We are, at the bar, and I'm just like dude went on just move in and by the end of the night, I next day I went home back to Carolina. Got my stuff and moved in moved to Nashville. A year later we were writing together all the time. But nobody else would wanna right with us because we're the young is the they were. Right after yell type songs which back then nobody liked in Nashville because it was different. I mean it just sounded different than anything that we should have worked. And then we wrote cruise like a year later, and that's when it was just like, oh, man. This could get big real quick. You it there, just in your apartment in jesse's house. Jesse rice? And Brian Kelly who wrote together all the time and. And yeah. And then everything blew up for them and started blowing up for me crazy, when you think about, like the circumstances around every different thing that you did in the timing of all of it, right? It's crazy. And like I said, though the perspective that I have now compared to then I, I appreciate all the downs that I've had the last two years because now it's led to a number one song on the radio right now. The past two years. Well the label stuff when the line all that stuff. And it's just yeah I mean music's just it's a tough business, but it led to this more the label that I love the people. There crushing it. I mean we just got a two zero one song. And, and we're now we're gonna try to go for another one. I was wondering what harder? It's been like if you're an athlete, and you have a rough a really rough game or if you're having a rough day in music, or something, you know what I mean. Music's a little more on my own like. If I fail a music is a lot more on me. And I'm the only one I really let down. I guess, now could let down my band and stuff, but they can get other jobs. I'm sports. It's like if you screw up cost your team a game. I mean everybody's looking at you. Like, thanks, dude. He's just you just did that predate it. So worse. Yes, sports is a lot tougher in my opinion. Ryan heard I was having a podcast conversation with him. And he was talking about how to go from songwriter to make the decision to really try it as an artist. He said something like it was it's one hundred percent creativity before and it's ten percent now or just like the difference in the amount of time that you have to spend focusing on the people around you. You know what I mean? And like that team that you built around you and all that hard. That is fascinating. You have never heard it like that. But it's true. Like the last time I. As a writer, you just waking up and rent songs, every day you can kind of do what you want, but for me as a as an artist. That's why. Right, mild music, because I don't I don't know how writers, just right for other people like the day. We wrote cruise was not really writing for other people were just kinda right in the best. We could Brian got punked about it, and they cut it and and recorded. Like, but I'm a five to go walk in and say, what do you think we could do for Blake Shelton right now? He's kind of wanting something more uptempo, more energy. What could we write for him? I would I would I don't know 'cause all my stuff, so personal for the most part, that's like, especially lately that, if you hear you probably know I wrote it. So I don't know how do that for other artists. So what, what's the one that you're most pumped about for next for next lonely? If you are it's a I'll play for you. But yes, called long if you are too, I wrote with gun hundred Phelps I write we'd ever had and Lindsay Rimes, and he comes with this idea, it was like, man, I gotta idea of, like, basically girl, hit me up 'cause I'm, I'm lonely when you are is what he said, like I'll be there for you. I gotcha. If you're lonely, I'll be there, and I was like, what if it's lonely if you are if you're lonely? All right. I'm there. And that's kinda it's I've been in that situation probably more than. I should admit but yeah, you're just sitting there the girl hit you up that you're talking to she's kind of, you're not all the all in yet with each other, but should jumping like cool on their be there in ten. So it's kind of a cool place to be, though as a guy, it's like not too much commitment right now, this isn't too serious. But if you need me, I'm there. So that's kind of fun. It's funny. How my so my husband and I met in DC in DC and, and it was one of those situations where it's like we were not all in not all in, and then,.
"jesse rice" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"She is pocketing money for Planned Parenthood. Her daughter is a member of Planned Parenthood. Her family was among the leaders of Planned Parenthood. She rolls a favorite Planned Parenthood. And now she's getting a hundred thousand dollars in campaign support from Planned Parenthood. For liberals. They are unbothered by the lack of ethics here because they just want to elect the lefty judge. So from Neubauer's perspective, of course, take planned Parenthood's money. I'm rolling it outside money. Then the next part of this just that in total disingenuous this whole thing the fake high ground that liberals always take if you find a conservative that's ever to express the political viewpoint at anything. They say they're not fit to be a judge there. People are politically active forever and ever and ever early on in this campaign. This is a key point for me to make. Early on in this campaign. It looked like leading conservative groups are gonna make a major stand here in this race in Wisconsin. A lot of conservatives, including me were very frustrated over what happened last year in the state supreme court race when lefty dalit was elected and the conservative candidates sporadic lost. And there were indications that this was going to be a major priority for conservatives. Not only in Wisconsin. But around the country to try to keep this seat this year so expecting this Neubauer came out and condemned outside money because she thought her opponent would get a lot of it. Why is it getting any of it? As it turns out this expected support for Brian has not materialized because everybody's got the GB's because he started a Christian school. And we've seen the backlash and business groups that are often the supporters of conservative candidates are running away from Hagedorn because they're afraid of being called bigots because Hagedorn Christian this is what it's come to your Christian. You're a bigot. That's just the way the Bill that we've established the new rules. So the outside money isn't materializing for Hagedorn. But it is for Neubauer. She's getting a ton of outside money. Which is why you see a different Lisa Neubauer ad on television every five minutes. And now she's getting one hundred thousand dollars center outside money from Planned Parenthood. This is the same leasing Neubauer who when she thought the outside money would be going to the other side was condemning it now she's rolling in it. Total phoniness this no sincerity with regard to anything that they do other than that. They wanna win. They get on this high minded stuff, and they said ho the public doesn't want all this money involved in politics. They say that only when they think the other side's gonna get all the money when they get all the money. It do everything that they said about that. Jesse rice. It's the same crap. Russ Feingold poll what he ran in his last campaign and twenty. Sixty feingold. I'm not going to accept Pac money, I can accept pack money, not gonna accept pack money. So what does it do what he gets out of office starts, a pack roles pack money when he tried to get the job back to Ron Johnson. Just forty to Stanford not that in vanity issue act as though you're holier than thou you the most sanctimonious person in the world. And then when it comes time to. Put your money where your mouth is or the backup your rhetoric you're on the exact opposite side of things. Lisa Neubauer lax ethics. You can't rule on a Planned Parenthood case when you and your family are longtime supporters of Planned Parenthood. It'd be like if I got elected judge ruled on a case involving W, I S and radio. It's ridiculous. Paul asks how could she get away with it? Well, liberals get away with what they get away with who's to blow the whistle on them. Now in this case, there is a story in the newspaper out of online does have a story whether or not it moves the needle with a voter or not how much follow up with the story. Get don't know. And you have of course, the significant problem that Hagedorn is being outspent by Neubauer can even communicate. The fact that Neubauer has been caught in this brazen conflict. Hired him to do. So what is money dried up led by the realtors? I've been asked why out of all the groups that sold out Brian. Hey, good on my most focused on the realtors is because they put out a press release. They patted themselves on the back for disassociating with themselves some Hagedorn because of his Christian beliefs. The realtors, you know, these people that evolved in the realtor. So I backed on many issues over the years. They're led by the Stefaniuk group, and gene Stefaniuk what they did in the case of Neubauer. I find to be indefensible, and that's why I'm going to publicly out them for it. Nobody else is going to. Plot. At some their leftie pals, the you know, the leadership and Madison's going to be patted on the back for it. I'm at least going to let my audience know, what was done here. And when we lose control of the state supreme court, if we do we will know that the Stefani at group helped him power that to happen. What can I do about it? All I can do I guess is not ever buy a house. That's the funny X list. What good is that gonna do? I buy a house. Apparently once every three decades on that second tell my audience about it. And that's they run the realtors association. She's the head of it and didn't lift a finger to stop the anti Christian bigotry that they directed at trion Hagedorn. So I hope they're happy when new or gets on the bench and rules against businesses have rules against development of rules against the realtors. One thing after another after another after another after another, but boy, they look like they're so Tyler and because they're not gonna let a guy and monster who started a Christian school become a judge. You wonder why you have to take these days off? Gonna kill right over again that people don't even like to joke about that. They don't joking about keeling over the keel over. Remember that? What it's by health. I could say what I want. Well, that's the attitude that Lisa Neubauer takes there. Hey, you know, I'm a liberal. I can do whatever the hell I want I can take money from Planned Parenthood. And then get on the bench and rule in favor of Mike and do that who's going to do something to me. But Mark Belling, bring it up. So what my opponent doesn't have any ad money. We steered that right out of we manage the bully realtors right out of the race managed to get our J endeavoured Madison there to even joined on my side over there because they're mad. They didn't get hired to run keg adorns campaign. You know, if I do nothing else on this show. I can at least bring up the things that I happen to know some people wish I wouldn't share with anybody. I could at least do that. So you can know that RJ and Deb and Madison sellouts. Wasted. How many different segments on my show over the last couple of decades supporting and defending them, and I find out now that they're worse than typical Madison out who's just in it for themselves and couldn't care less about any issue, and will abandon you the moment that it becomes convenient to them. So they can buddy up to the groups that line their pockets. Liberalism is filled with swamp type groups, but so is conservatism of all the things Trump is Trump has talked about what he read. That's swamp thing it's real it's real in Washington. And it's real in Wisconsin. There are swamp groups and swap memories and swamp insiders who look out for themselves above all other things, including ideology. Well, I'm far more concerned about ideology than any of those other things, and I'm at least going to use my voice to let people know what's going on five forty five. News talk eleven thirty w. It's time for.
"jesse rice" Discussed on The Head Angle Podcast
"Jump bike. And they might not have been Hoffman's. I might have been the BAAs. We might we designed we got twenty BAAs made. Which Jesus what have you done? And if you have an idea in your head why not try and do it. See we had about Jesse one symbolic. He wants him dead straight balls because he did he's doing a lot of. Boston's so just sweep and flat lines dues wanted some sweet bonds. So we made it was funny because there's a kid I went school at Matt Townsend he was in mazing to jump. He was volatile his dad, my drag friends, Holly Holly, how Davidson drag box and Sandra box. I don't know if he was a bike him. It was Nali kinda went to him with like, well, he's a pair of love handles. And he's a pair focuses believe is whatever for pace wants something about this. And withdrawn some pictures, Jesse Jones and pictures drawn some pictures. We wanna get some Pez might. And, you know, would you diameters and make it choose getting massive at that time, and he's like Nahmad might not it's too big crackhead, shoe stem crack, head should. Yeah. And he just knew all this stuff about criminally. Like, man, anyways, we got twenty pairs of his coup Bosma. There wasn't a name for it or anything and yet Jesse random on the service that looked a lot like like coughing love hand. I think they'll twelve piece we'll pay had little Kona gusts beautiful build, man. Wonder where there where they all ended up. I had a parent upon started got stolen after company. Melvin shattered. Jesse Boston backflip for anyone pre Nyquist free Nyquist jesse's right into being a strategy with the the global BMX media wasn't. I would watch Jesse rice. Happy Valley local truck because we're just going jump that backbone or something, and he'd be rice in a pro whatever what are the top causes and rising, but the loss rites of the diet, and he'd go down that back straighten those three big doubles, and he'd like pendulum foot, you know, to can knife on the first ad in front of pro whatever second one, huge no cana-, something wasn't let the three sixty on that. And he just blast stall the extra rule book back then was fate coming off. He's okay. No. Yeah. That's right. You couldn't cross your balls up more than one eighty because I think I had that problem in a rights when raise funds so. Yeah, then. Yeah. Yeah. Jesse was amazing. That's the same that time with in delayed was because he had bison across a goading translator. Right. And I hate more crew. Do they hate Coon Adelaide? I mean, little black, man. Shout out. Not mad. Hodgson. Yeah. I mean, he was but I met him in Melvin with Tony hope fringe and the glove and Rodney flat. But yeah, he wrote street. We'll good real good. Rugrats real good at lights sort of always had a pretty strong. So saying I guess thing in more recent times, yet me cities, it's been there thirty years. Yeah. No as big as that. But it was always being mixture. Always that's awesome. From my earliest recollections in live. I've never been light. I go to make that change that some trials. Oh, yeah. I guess we kind of segue to bunch there. But I guess going back to bay mex- game stuff. I mean, you're the first combat allied. Then we eventually moved to Sydney, and you had the first first ones were at what was to become multiple Skype wasn't monster Skype yet it was the building. And you had a bunch of the ramps that would become monsters ramps book, and that was the first year of that was pretty Radoman going in that and entering a couple of the injured park. And maybe it was monster. When it wasn't monster yet like the the the ranch will black no different. And then the next year was monster because it was all the planet. X ramps begin the dudes from a whatever the whatever the company was code that build the ramps he was a partner and planet x continent. The whole story. There's a lot of business with the planet. X things I understand. But the guys who built the ramps were legit and kept building. And then started Munster. Okay. Yeah. I like the Vert ramp wasn't Hoffa's wise what it became. And this was only half as well as what was to become turned around. And Dow's e that Fink did that nine hundred hundred. Yep. I landed flat with the handle older. Why? And it was the fucking best thing that ever seen at the time that was mazing. And then I guess the next year when monster was was in place and the whole park was set up, and that was more international. You had a few more McKay. Asada maybe mush if he was maybe those planet x but does but deal Awad you had a couple of other like point Ken, what was still here. I guess, but he was heading America. Yes, we had every biggest rallying due to those events and a couple of international. Yeah. And that I mean, the new go as you in daily, essentially. Responsible. Yeah. I mean, those people involved in just us, but try to keep it as Judah. Could you know, and yeah, it was cool. And yeah, I think I think Don legit, and it was cool those prize money and those prizes and we saw a mazing riding on ever forget. Yeah. The fact that. Yeah, it you could enter and made my friends were entering and you could win cash I would Satan Spratt that was the first one the first double types anyone ever seen this and afterwards as a fuel TV Bana. He's view stuff, and he's going envelope. He's your handful helps you how much money do you need. All my God, you want money for rotting to block it accomp-. Without that's part of the fuel TV thing. Like, I got involved with fuel TV on the Foxtel with said Anthony Sedgwick to help on the TV coverage which went hand in hand we running the event. It's weird. You've got a voice thought being Mexican that bigness rice, he got a go between things, but if we could might be and get on TV, then would be more prize money, and it would be more coverage. And we again, we can build it. You know, and we'll make sure everyone's represented the we fly that we've that we park you know, what I mean? That's what doing this like with with building everyone, not just one little sane, and that meant a lot and Jill TV, and what on those projects deficiency. We'll just do the one hour show second year. We did. Five shows maybe five when I was shows, and we won the best sports coverage really on cable in Estrada you in Bolton. Yeah. Yeah. Volts in. Yeah. Hi, Joanie skin headed, rollerblade ado, Janis legend in America. He's like. How meditation coach now? He's like. Yeah. Fuck. Yeah. He's a good. I guess. Previous to the what what gave you somebody experiences with next did some comments announcing a toting planet x channel Tena whatever it was like some planet, Xtra dot com. Victoria, and you'll like coal and the tricks data me up with Matt from the MAG on can you come in educated. Some of the stuff is because we don't really know. Can you come commentate once go to the footage just come into the studio and took crop pretty much? Fun. We used to type shit of TV, and I think everything BMX, man. And I think it ought to be trials drama and Victoria. And it was called and grocer olas dues there then make. And I remember your commentary. I watched it. I was like this does company at the time was probably Mead school. Everyone's blocks looks so RAD, and so tough watched it over and over again. And then by the time lighter on where we pause, and I became friends and everything and I just been like, that's the voice that's the trails and hanging out with. Kind of bizarre and not of me. But yeah, that's fucking rather. You to use all of your experiences through the old stuff the TV getting to number two that is hot as the saints TV? So. Yeah. China of things then using that to help promote banks games and promote Baymax, and you know, and you still rolling with twenty twenty the time. And that was rod because you're getting kick ass content full the MAG, and it was all kind of pretty awesome positive time. That would have been what two thousand six seven. And I guess I mean, they asked him sort of eventually fizzled out a bit. Yeah. I mean, the buddy I XE onto BMX Shelia. There's a lot of issues with bam extra money being put him we're going to get a lot of trouble saying something like that. But then listening. It's interesting. You know, I'm gonna soon as a lot of money involved and be grants. I mean, we, you know, Denise bossa ended up getting a gig working with him and got that crazy pock for the melon event. Made sure we'll try to get my stride. But then ended up getting made in China, but that was like a hundred thousand dollar investments. Eddie Granderson wasn't it like for potable pot price. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And that's sitting in containers. Yeah. And Darren if listing promised a half plot for this very building with sitting, and we need that just wanted to see what's up with that. Yeah. Yeah. You know? It'd be makes games. It was huge. It costs a lot of money to run took a lot of resources to run it. You know, the Bill does being Jones to build a ramps. This so much to do like quickly went account be doing this stuff anymore. I'd rather run more core small events that are more fun and on structured and. Have fun again. Let's just bring it back to the reason we do this in the first place, and I guess you were than you. You started doing the slider riles, and then I guess on house hammers and Sydney comes which were on fucking Bah in Melbourne, which says like. Probably one of the loosest Bazi moment of of all places. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Why why would you do that? Man. Like, why the hell not man? I mean, it's hard, you know, 'cause BMX traditionally is what I know. Would people bought the MAG the stats would say that it was thirteen to nineteen year olds in the MAG? It's not really conducive to drinking and partying. Let's screw it. I'm older. We can just invite an old accrue. Let's have what's up of jamming and not club. Let's have a handrail confident dot com and how did that conversation with the actual bar self even start? I mean, I live had like shoes from Volvo when the Melvin for a couple of years revolted on a Sunday afternoon. You just go there to have have a beer after me running, you know, and become a Landry instead of friends coming around my house and leaving crap there, and they're obvious anti-drink. You just gotta revolve
"jesse rice" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"But one the jobs that cool not awesome and your lap miserable uh you gotta go do something else them and that was it and the reason i did with the reason i was in israel man was because i wanted to i wanted music so i want to get national 'cause like i said the two weeks ago suspended i want a national in just hung with brian he was like do coupon will just bureau bars knows all that was the first time he he was like yeah man men tyler starting to sing call floor george line is pretty cool with your working and clearly was right in human europe part of the uh you wrote apart a cruise right yeah yeah i wrote crews with brian and jesse rice insomnia mainly on omar windows down crews i gotta get you on my new record padrone i tell you this chase i don't know how to tell you this i want number one on i tunes uh two weeks ago true story with a saw so i've been number one on itunes on itunes chart dis how's that true it allows a comedy song there's not a lot of people making goodness and that's an ethnic order that that's an angle you could sneak in chase that the come i want to number one for two days i was in i we didn't so a lot i mean we saw a good amount but not a lot we up to number one jays you're compete in wrong genre country music is loaded a four hour number one in in in i tunes as well in country music so i would i leave that you know what you're in let's get to that i just listen to three chords in a truth uh great fucking song really good songwriting man.
"jesse rice" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"In the investigation of a bombing at an air force recruitment centre in oklahoma usa's chris barnes reports sorties arresting ben rhodes on tuesday afternoon in tulsa it comes after someone placed a pipe bomb the recruitment centre in bigs be oklahoma late on monday night the explosion damaging the front door of the center noone was injured fbi special agent jesse rice saying that they have backed off on labelling it possible domestic terrorism but saying they still the case very seriously especially tear head on our military padded them big failed tell us yeah this is something that we do not take lightly i'm chris barnes mayor bill de blasio is pumping thirty two million dollars into a multistep plan and hopes to reduce the city's red population by some seventy percent scott pringle reports mayor de blasio says efforts in the past to exterminate rats were like bail out a leaky boat yet the water out for a while and then it would just come back this new plan aims to deprive rats of food includes replacing garbage cans with wrap proof big belly trash cans more frequent garbage pickups and a reduction in time the trash bag sit on curbs were chain you rules to require those larger buildings put out the trash in the very early morning hours as close to the pickup time as possible the pilot program starts in the grand concourse area lower east side and bushwick bed i scott pringle to your or usa radio news i'm rod william stole this is mario andretti.
"jesse rice" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Administration this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease developments in the investigation of the bombing in the nerve forced recruitment centre in oklahoma usa's chris barnes reports 30s arresting ben roden on tuesday afternoon in tulsa in comes after someone placed a pipe bomb after recruitment centre in bigs be oklahoma late on monday night the explosion damaging the front door of the center noone was injured fbi special agent jesse rice saying that they have backed off on labelling it possible domestic terrorism but saying they still take the case very seriously especially for hit on our military padded them paid he also asked yet this is something that we do not take lightly i'm chris barnes some mona's going on a paint ball shooting spree in san diego and jason kam padania has the table who live in one san marcos neighborhoods say they woke up monday morning to green guru across the front door of their homes and car windows there are also pose online from another neighborhood of hugh miles away saying they were hit as well police say the vandal or vandals hit at least six homes in the area but the shooter remains a mystery investigators are only saying that they're looking for one dark sedan followed by another dark sedan i'm jason kam padania san diego no major league baseball action tonight as they recover bring come last night's extra inning allstar game for the details at usa radio dot com yuban listening to usa radio news and i'm.
"jesse rice" Discussed on KOMO
"The government williams in writing it doesn't seem like the white house is doing as much to minimize the ramifications of this story as they have with others regarding russia was notable yesterday that impaired you know previous press briefing yesterday pair theater weren't or question i think the president outright referring questions to come kenya where the president has been very aggressive weeding about at the broader issue of russia and iran to go into the white house function perfect way okay cut tax reform i got very little for watch tv but i will note that it is when president had all public event if he got back out parents who might notable that product germany neck burn we'll be in france at the white house earthquake nothing today before he heads to paris walking on your public network back into forty harun anything on the docket the in paris that we should be aware of he's gonna have meeting tomorrow with the french credit mccurry actually a press conference that will bring you up right after aren't mario friday in the first lady will be guest of honour aren't they military parade marking yoga and they were 100 anniversary of eu at getting into world war one immi hurry damage trump carry bay with ranked american and what about these press briefings that have become so secretive was with regarded oh of video cameras and i guess the information has been kind of sporadic and catchascatchcan when it comes from the white house lately has hazardous mocatta strange and you know big bertha town can between the white house press corps all right we don't know if there will be a briefing gaidar had been offcamera interesting stuff all right thanks karen his old we'll talk against who bogeyed athena eric abc's karen travers reporting federal authorities holding a person of interest in connection with the explosion outside of air force recruiting office at suburban tulsa oklahoma abc's jim ryan with the update benjamin roden lives not far from the site of the blast that damaged his trip shopping center storefront where the airforce has a well marked office at this point we down now no effort was a disgruntled employee and active domestic terrorism dan someone playing games the fbi's jesse rice as a motive for the late night pipebombing in bixby oklahoma has not been determined where trading at strictly a criminal investigation with an explosive device the.
"jesse rice" Discussed on WCHS
"The five pound blocks of dynamite and the licko shops within a fourweek total instead of a german shudder i have a german shepherd sheba is a hundred five lean powell of shining mood happy dog our life because she gets fed dynamite and the results they're just incredibly outstanding and she loves it when you rescue dog you have to do the right thing you've got a freedom right for life due to dynamite dina fight for life eight five nine four eight when i n o v i t e dot com yeah federal authorities are holding a person of interest in connection with the explosion outside an air force recruiting office in suburban tulsa oklahoma abc's jim ryan has more benjamin rudin lives not far from the site of the blast the damage district shopping center storefront where the air force has a well marked office at this point me down now if it was a disgruntled employees and active domestic terrorism it just someone playing games the fbi's jesse rice as a motive for the late night pipebombing it'd be oklahoma has not been determined for treating as strictly a criminal investigation with an explosive device the twentyeightyearold rodent is held without bond awaiting formal charges jim ryan abc news job interviews we are moving from the office to the coffee house abc's daria albinger tells us that means more people on both sides of the process have a lot to think about rich moran recently met with a candidate for a job who had an impeccable resume top notch references and a way too complicated drink ordered woman who i was interviewing ordered a double frappuccino with done no he in extra foam and two cups and the immediately the perception i had of her was a this is a person's going to be high maintenance moran author of the book worked schilling up and other important matters says that's the trend coffeehouse interviews and your drink says a lot about.
"jesse rice" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"In the next for future major league baseball team major league baseball commissioner rod manfred name charlotte is one of three cities he has in mind as candidates for future expansion the other contenders he says are montreal in mexico city manfred said he first wants to resolve stadium situations in oakland and tampa before considering expansion baseball has not expanded says 1990 eight when they added arizona and tampa bay and that's wbt jim sochi thirty qatabi county searching for charlotte man named gregory carson that they say burn down as a strange girlfriend's home last week woman reportedly was at work when carson allegedly called her to tell her he set fire to the home on beecher dr new con over victims pats were in the house of the time chair of coin read says to dogs of pet flying squirrel and fish were killed in that blaze federal prosecutors save forty six year old south carolina woman collected more than a quarter million dollars by writing fake cheques to the irs but our scheme was stop before she collected the eleven million dollars she was seeking stephanie meyer of simpson bills sentenced to three years in prison today for the plot to defraud the irs meyer wrote 45 bogus cheques worth eleven million dollars to the agency saying each one was to pay her income taxes after depositing some of those checks the irs reviewed myers records noted shield no taxes and then started refund that money until they discovered the scheme federal authorities say they're no longer investigating a pipe bomb explosion the damage to bixby oklahoma air force recruiting station as a possible act of domestic terrorism me down now at this point someone mind games cell where trading ethnically a criminal investigation with an explosive device special fbi agent jesse rice as the center was closed when that last one off and no one was injured search continues and bucks county pennsylvania for four young men between the ages of 19 in two who've been missing since last week bucks county de a met wine trump says they're talking to a possible suspect me down now if a person of interest he has not been charged or arrested with respect to any of the missing for young man at this thought that person of interest 20yearold cosmo denardo was.
"jesse rice" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"A mission to the transport personnel and equipment so far there's no sign of the crash is anything but a tragic accident if you're with us on the news at noon we had a major accident in lake county that had i four tied up for some time we've since learned a tractor trailer driver from deltona was killed in crashes the one on i four westbound at the four seventeen exit in lake mary the florida highway patrol believes the fifty year old driver of the semi suffered a medical episode while dry adding is truck went off the road hit a guardrail and then flipped completely upside down for much of the day traffics in detoured in lake mary area i'm gene wexler he could see a picture the accident in the news ninety six five wdbo app anna good samaritan who stopped to help a passenger an overturned car 95 this morning was hit and killed by another vehicle this happening king is happening in of vote on i ninety five in boulevard county and the fbi says they have not determined the motive for the pipe bomb explosion that damaged an airforce recruiting station in oklahoma authorities say device set off yet last night was called the center was closed noone was injured down now effort led disgruntled an act of the nothing terror than just playing games cell where trading as a criminal investigation with an explosive device most importantly no one was injured that's aging jesse rice who says officials are looking for the suspect and the motive but are not calling it terrorism at this point and the nypd more in the loss of one of their own murdered in the bronx last week scott pringle was at today's funeral a helicopter fly over here to honor bronx police officer miyasato familia thousands of officers from around the country filled the grand concourse for blocks the give the 48yearold mother of white glove salute police commissioner james o'neill told her three children your mom did not di in vain you're my made it her mission to make your home the city a better and safer place for everyone and i value it will continue to find our way forward in her honour 20yearold genesis grabbed tightly tour younger 12yearold siblings as she spoke at length about their mother 5o five at news ninety six five wdbo sean hannity here with my my friend mike lester from talon wealth management.
"jesse rice" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Abc loss orange county a cumulus station kabc news is live and local at twelve noon i'm geoff whittle donald trump jr release several emails today regarding his meeting last year with a russian lawyer during which he was told he be given damaging information about hillary clinton senator lindsey graham a republican calls the email chamber between donald trump junior and a man who arranged for him to meet with a russian lawyer disturbing eight ten year in a campaign and you get offer from a foreign government day of your campaign the answer is no more than disturbing is how hillary clinton's running mate senator tim kaine views it is question of collusion which essentially starts to transition this into attention the trees the best ignition when he was approach with this i asia tornado on trump junior's email team revelation chose he went into the meeting to possibly get dirt on clinton as quote part of russia and its government support for mr trump bob costantini washington authorities who are serving damage from a wildfire near orovic veil and northern california have found at least three dozen homes destroyed the fbi says it's investigating an explosion at an air force recruiting office in a suburb of tulsa oklahoma last night a witness reported seeing someone a motorcycle in the area at the time but no one's in custody for the bombing and that recruited office was closed at the time now fbi special agent jesse rice talks about the charges the bombers could be facing potentially were looking at weapons of mass destruction charges on explosive device charges though it depending on what radico terrorismrelated or whether it's criminal related that wall on dictate charges there's a high surf advisory for all la and orange county beaches through ten o'clock tomorrow tomorrow night with five to eight put waves and dangerous riptides expected beachgoers scott mcclellan had this advice for surfers while speaking at nbc for news at a popular surfing spotted newport beach definitely can't have no faith in this go and the words that the note today and the international olympic committee voted today in switzerland simultaneously award the 2024 and twenty twenty eight summer olympics in september the only two cities in the running are los angeles and paris which gave their respective presentations to the.
"jesse rice" Discussed on WLOB
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