17 Burst results for "Jim Braddock"

"jim braddock" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Marjorie and Jim Braddock, just quickly before we get to Juliette Cayenne governor, Baker's doing his. Press Conference, I think some good development. Department. Public House will start to report data for college specific testing shortly, college specific testing. That's good. Seven Day average positivity rate remains under one percent, which is also good and the governor mentioned the three hundred dollar additional weekly unemployment benefit. Obviously, it's funds justice diverted from FEMA. So made the point that it's neither permanent sustainable, but it is something having said that. We just mentioned. Let's mention her again to discuss a whole bunch of national security headlines and a blockbuster new book is Juliette Kim on analyst for CNN, Pharmacist and secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Faculty Chair the Homeland Security Program at Harvard University's Kennedy. School of Government and writing great stuff for the Great Atlantic magazine Juliet. It's good to talk to you. Okay to talk to both of you. Thanks for having me. Juliet Well Jim mentioned this new book Bob. Woodward longtime investigative reporter people remember his name from Watergate on a lot of great work since then just got a new book out, I'll read you the headline from the. Washington Post. Woodward Book says, says, he knew meaning trump the krona virus was quote unquote deeply and worse than the flu while intentionally misleading Americans are Apparently, there were many conversations between the president and Donald Trump many them. I'm not sure how many of them were recorded. Recorded the president's permission. CNN apparently has a lot of these tapes. So what the wash with the wash post his report with the Washington Post, NC never reported. that. He knew about this as I said before called the krona virus deadly stuff. while. He was saying something completely different. To the country apparently, the also has damning stuff from Gem James Mattis Dan Coats who was the former director of national intelligence, former secretary of state REX Tillerson, and of course, mass was the former defense secretary just trashing the president Wow we have all this..

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"jim braddock" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

08:08 min | 10 months ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"What is going on? It is Tuesday and. New thing it's called a radio tinder and John. Let's. Let's play the opening for it. Smooth all right, so we will bring up a topic and John to neither John and I can either swipe. In skipping altogether or swiped right and talk about it. So. I will start I hear John. There are six million planets like earth. Swipe left or swipe right. Swipe left I. Don't care how many planets there are. What else you got is Russell Crowe enough to get people back into movie theaters. Swipe right I want to talk about this there Russell Crowe has got a brand new movie that will open theaters on July the tenth it'll be the first major film released since the pandemic hit. It's called unhinged in. It is described as a road range. Road rage thriller about a guy with a very bad temper, which actually sounds a little bit like Russell Crowe is this enough to get people to come back into theaters, or will people wait for Christopher Nolan's Tenet on July thirty first. Let me start by saying that I mentioned that a couple of months ago I watched Cinderella man. Yes, which is one ron. Howard directed it. It's about. Jim Braddock who is a boxing champion in the nineteen. Twenties, and thirties. Russell Crowe is so good in it. And the movie is so good that I think it's one of the most underrated sports music all time then Mace like a week and a half ago. Yep You know me Broadway John. I watched the movie Les Miserables Stop It. You did not want. Grow is so unwatchable bad. In Les Miserables and is such a bad singer. That I said this is the end for Russell Crowe. His apex has now come and gone. I, no longer think he can open a movie so I think people are going to wait for Christopher Nolan simply based on me watching les miserables. What do you think completely agree with you? I don't think Russell. Crowe sells tickets anymore I. Don't think this movie is going to work. I. Think it's too soon. I think people are more likely ready to go back into a movie theater at at a reduced capacity on July, thirty first than they are in July, the tenth, so I am calling this a flop. To you. All Right Mace our good friend Mike Trudell. is in a twitter battle with clippers, fans and Lou Williams Swipe left or swipe, right swipe and swipe right. I want to hear about that. Okay, so trudell made what you keep in mind that Mike like me works for the Lakers. Yes, he is a very big fan of Alex. Caruso. Mike and I also know Lou Williams, who played for the Lakers in his AAC. Great Guy lose lose a great guy, so Mike made the observation on one of his many platforms that personally in his personal opinion, he would rather have Alex Caruso. Then Lou Williams Reason being according to Mike, Caruso is a more complete player. He does everything he rebounds. He scores. He plays defense. He hustles Lou does one thing extraordinarily well? He scores so clipper fans got all over Trudell and somehow Lou. Heard about it okay, and simply tweeted this at two Oh three in the morning. At My trudell thanks I needed that. With a happy face with sunglasses on so a couple of questions here first of all. Is trudell right. Would you rather have? Alex crusoe or Lou Williams Look I love Alex Caruso, but I would rather have Lou Williams. Six Man of the year Lou! Williams Guy Gimme six man of the year. Trudeau's Guy I love Trudell. He's wrong about this Lou is. He's unguarded. You can't guard that dude when he gets going. He's a wonderful player and I love Alex To. Scrape a showcase second question. Lose. Just plan here, right? This doesn't give him motivation in any way, does it? No, a can't possibly give a motivation I mean. I don't know it would give Michael Jordan motivated. Lou has that Tim lose too good of a guy? Right where he writes every single grudge against every single person. He's not that guy, so he's right flew. Flew jumped into it. I am although I like that he did I. Think I did yeah I do I. Think it's a fun little exchange and I know factored. L. Thinks the world of him. So I think they're just two guys that know each other kind of going back and forth, but the clipper fans are all up in arms the Clip Mans what. You can't say Alex. Kerr's better than Lou. Keep in mind, folks, we're not. We'll be happy if we even see the Games. If we even get to play, so it's just. A Fun who would you rather and I think you make the argument either way all yours. To Tag Loa celebrity crush. K. Swipe left or swipe and. Swipe, left or swipe right. Swipe right. Who is it okay? Dolphins rookie to tackle alive. Oh, I was doing so good. They're not just going to get a credit. You throw your appreciation. Tula threw up a hail Mary pass to a celebrity crush. Last week in a video posted on the dolphins twitter account to up revealed that Shania Twain is still the one to him. The quarterback says he not only is a big fan of her music. He has a legit crush on her. So what do you think of to is crush and with all the world? Superstar actresses an instagram. Stars doesn't seem a little outdated. And then aside from Cape Beckons Zell. Who is your biggest celebrity crush? Okay so to answer your first question i. Yeah what is to a to. It's twenty one right. House hook it up. How old is tonight twain? She's gotTa. Be close to fifty right. Right, yeah, she's fifty four. It's four. It's Chanel looks great I'd always I've always thought tonight. Twain is fantastic, but. I don't. I don't get that get to. That going for Shania, Twain, and a k pregnancy I is the only one on my list. Who is number two? There has to be a number to know I have a laminated card, only one name on it and. Now if I had to come up with one yeah. Kate, Beck and sale has kind of spun off the planet. Now all she does is date twenty one year old. Yes, so I'm way too old for her now even though her and I around the same age by the way you and not Stepdad Leo Cape Beckons. L. Is is his favorite, too yeah? You Know I. Think is really attractive and who would be age-appropriate for me Yep J. Lo. Oh Jaylo, don't you think J. Lo with? Sewer tractive and she is unbelievable. She's I think she's fifty. She looks spectacular right just unbelievable. Whose Yours? Mine is Cana Reeves. I. Don't blame you. site. Team and I. I was a kid since I was a kid all right. Yeah that's it. That's the end of radio, tinder all right. We will try again tomorrow. All right coming up for you at five fifteen bill plachy is gonNA join us. On the show, yeah, let him up eighty by the way. He is just as negative as you would expect him to be well. He made his latest column way, but here's the thing. He may turn out to be right. You and I. Have you and I have been saying all time. What do you mean no sports? You can't even suggest knows. There may be no, so he may be right. We'll we'll. We'll get into it with bill. That's coming up for you. Mason in Ireland seven ten ESPN..

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"jim braddock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Really say it all come and we noticed one can you are you can concede let me Stewart was in a fight with them because all you do is talk about Katie Holmes straight the movie was called for the world yes it isn't half bad she was just it was decent minority report was really good was right about that okay this two thousand five movie it's tagline wise hide your bridesmaids two thousand five hide your bridesmaid bridesmaids yes no with nothing to do with the bridesmaids is not in the title the hang over hang over none of the wedding crashers boy we have not seen butterscotch stallion and Vince Vaughn just short so curb your enthusiasm as it Jon Hamm it's been really good to see seltzer with Jon Hamm was planning Kerr drew it was in a play or a movie like a delivery David he was shadowing him and becoming him and that was the whole thing was probably David felt this one restaurant he goes to put the ugly people in one section in the beautiful people in the other instance he's really been on fire this season it is good as far as one he played boxer Jim Braddock in Cinderella man whose lives at a because I said who is Russell Crowe that's true.

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"jim braddock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yes it isn't half bad she was just it was decent minority report was really good was right about that okay this two thousand five movie it's tagline wise hide your bridesmaids two thousand five hide your bridesmaid bridesmaids yeah nothing with nothing to do the bride's maids is not in the title the hang over hang over none of the wedding crashers this boy we have not seen butterscotch stallion and Vince Vaughn just short so curb your enthusiasm as did Jon Hamm it's been really good to see seltzer with Jon Hamm was planning Kerr drew it was in a play or a movie like a delivery David he was shadowing him and becoming him and that was the whole thing was probably David felt this one restaurant he goes to put the ugly people in one section in the beautiful people in the other system he's really been on fire this season it is good as far AS one he played boxer Jim Braddock in Cinderella man whose lives at a because I said who is Russell Crowe that's true I'm trying to play the game you just call her her all I eat doesn't it now if you me and I urge you to do is a question that should be that should be like when your little rule things if I've tried I know but dining servicer is serious and stern with his okay so what you're saying is if you yell out an answer and it's the right answer but none of the former question it doesn't count unless you don't answer it that way because there's so many so many rules yeah what made no monopoly crazy eights right at eight seven if it's my my hand is your next movie questions lost in translation took place in this don't care what is her killed no words of our what is China world what Julian yelled out the answer which is your band where is to be but I don't know how to get the point as I said all right fine now she is just inside the release said it technically correct you do because you don't know Tokyo wow okay specific numbers yeah but that was for the whole new final is reeled in Tokyo yes I get here not out in the bucolic country hi Joe or okay Sala I'm sure Japanese chap staff you live down a real G. Juliet yeah you got a point okay here we have a skunk I found some better you this movie was but it was based on the life of NFL player Michael oher what is the can catch line.

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"jim braddock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Called for the world yes it isn't half bad she was just it was decent minority report was really good and what is right about that okay this two thousand five movie it's tagline wise hide your bridesmaids two thousand five hide your bridesmaid bridesmaids yeah north with nothing to do the bridesmaids is not in the title they hang over hang over no no the wedding crashers boy we have not seen butterscotch stallion and Vince Vaughn just short so curb your enthusiasm as did Jon Hamm it's been really good to see what else with Jon Hamm was playing a character who was in a play or a movie like it Larry David he was shadowing him and becoming him and that was the whole thing was probably David felt this one restaurant he goes to put the ugly people in one section in the beautiful people on the others he's really been on fire this season it is good as far as one he played boxer Jim Braddock in Cinderella man whose lives at a because I said who is Russell Crowe that's true I'm trying to play the game you just go over her all I eat it doesn't acknowledge use masters in me and I urge you to do is a question that should be that should be like when your little rule things if I could try I know but Danny Morrissey Sir is serious and stern with his okay so what you're saying is if you yell out an answer and it's the right answer but none of the former question it doesn't count unless you don't answer it that way because there's so many so many rules yeah what made you monopoly crazy eights right at eight seven if it's my my hand is your next move the question lost in translation took place in this don't care what is Tokyo no worries what is China world what Julian yelled out the answer which is and where is to be but I don't know who to give the point to zari fine she is did I did really said it technically correct you do because you don't know Tokyo wow okay specific numbers yeah but that was for the whole new I know is reeled in Tokyo yes I get here not out in the bucolic countryside idyll or okay Sala I'm sure Japanese chap staff you live down a real G. Juliet yeah you got a point here in this country I found some better you this movie was but it was based on the life of NFL player Michael oher what is the can catch line.

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"jim braddock" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Since twenty-fifth. Don't you worry mad drip drip <hes> he's read the story. It's in the show notes. Hey i wanna leave at a time but you know last night. I was watching one of my favorite movies with paulo before i didn't get to the whole a._m.'s <music> tired but i was watching <hes> cinderella man that jim braddock boxer story and get into the whole movie plot so it's a great story good movie but you know it just reminded me beginning of movies about their struggle in the great depression that what we talked about yesterday about you know do something it'd be apparent to your kid nolan and you know those were some hard folks in that time and when i said yesterday we should be teaching our kids to respect our elders people who've been through the struggle uncle ben through the crisis. They're not perfect. Nobody is we get that but that just reminded me of that. Yesterday you know god bless my grandparents. My grandmother still alive who lived through that. You're listening to my show. You're not if someone else's knows. Someone is listening seriously just extended at gratitude attitude for you for getting through that get through the struggle and hopefully if you can if you would mind pass those lessons on you know. Maybe these younger kids some of. Maybe they're not listening when you're talking but what they'll hear it later quick story my father when we were kids took up to this was like a like a farm in place and you'd stay there and they had games and stuff. We'd stay there for the weekend. I think it was called ingle side and we sat there one day me and my cousin frank and there was this older gentleman charlie he was in in his eighties at the time and there was a t._v. Like a communal t._v. And we watch tv with the guy and he was telling us stories about baseball and then i'll be honest with you probably weren't listening most of at the time but you know what years later charlie had a lot of pearls of wisdom is still remembered and even to this day at forty four. I'm still talking about charlie so so you folks out there who lived through the struggle. The great depression been there. There are so many lessons you can pass on pass them on these kids. They may not hear you loud and clear today but they'll remember it tomorrow. It's really a great movie. You should check that remind you of that. Those were that was a hard generation of hard men and women who got to a real struggle. You know our biggest problem now is we're going to get our next <hes> at on twitter hard folks god bless you. I folks i'll see you just heard the dan bongino show you can also get dan's podcasts on itunes soundcloud and followed in on twitter twenty four seven at dbongino..

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"jim braddock" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And John Florio the co authors of a new book were in the ring. Joe Louis max Schmeling and the fight between American Hitler. This book is geared for young adults ages, ten to fourteen. It's from roaring book press, when we left off, we were talking about the outcome of the first fight in which max Schmeling surprise the world, the former heavyweight champion knocking out the, the young contender the hopeful. Joe Louis was expected to eventually shortly become the heavyweight champion the world championship at that time was held by James j Braddock who himself pits pulled off a stunning upset by beating max Baer, not to be confused with smelling, the heavyweight title in nineteen thirty five Lisi. How does how does Louis eventually get that championship before he even has a rematch which smelling Ella was background backroom deal? Jeremy, you wrote a lot about that in here? But to. It was crazy backroom deal that went that was that was the whole thing was manufactured between Mike Jacobs, Mike Jacobs, and Joe Gould, who is Jim Braddock manager at it wasn't really what Jacobs, which Jacobs bid to get Louis title was he gave up ten percents of everything he was going to make on heavyweight championship fights for the next ten years, just to get Louis into the rain. It wasn't even a question of winning just to get Louis the opportunity, he gave up ten percent of everything he was going to earn from heavyweight title fight it, so happens that Louis ended up holding the title for those ten years. So Louis pay ten percent of his income for ten years. I mean in a snapshot of that deal, which is a little funky, but in a snapshot Lewis gave up ten percent of his income for ten years holding the title, just gotten the chance to fight Braddock right of Mike Jacobs, never said never never claimed that the ten percent was coming from. Lewis is purse. But I it's all it's a little unclear and a little. Shady, where that ten percent was eventually came from Joe Louis wins the title from Jim Braddock in nineteen thirty seven he becomes the first African-American world heavyweight champion. They were African American champions and other divisions between that time in nineteen thirty seven but the first since nineteen fifteen when Jack Johnson, lost the title to Jess Willard in Havana, the second fight. It's so highly anticipated, the second Schmeling Louis fight. There is so much propaganda on the German side. Can you give us a sense of what the significance of that fight was for Nazi Germany, which at the time had been in power for five years? We see monumental. I mean it was, you know, Hitler was he was holding up smelling as the exemplar of an Aryan supremacy. And the fact that smelling had one in thirty six convinced Hitler that he was going to win again. And it was I mean the whole country. Was just on the edge of their seats. People were up in the middle of the night waiting for the fight to happen. It was at Yankee Stadium again. And I mean, it seemed like the entire country was just, you know, hanging on this fight and Hitler, just couldn't wait to prove Aryan supremacy. And, you know, don't forget, when one point to add to that is Lewis is going into that fight. He's only got one loss on his record to Schmeling. Otherwise. He's undefeated. So if you're rooting for Schmeling at that point, you're thinking to yourself. Hey, he's Louis looks on beatable. But, you know, he's got a but Schmeling Scott a shot he did beat them before. So, you know, it really made for even in boxing terms, forgetting all the other incredible ramifications of the fight just as a as a pure boxing fan. At that time, it was an interesting fight because you have a guy looks on beatable, but he did lose once this guy and here comes back guy again. So you never know what could happen. In a question going in was was it a fluke that Lewis had lost? Or that's melting had won it. It's one of those things too. Joe Lewis eventually rains heavyweight champion for a decade. He's widely considered if not the greatest prize fighter of all time. He's among the top three or four. But losing that fight early in his career before he was champion a devastating loss for him for so many millions of African Americans for so many millions of Americans who aren't African American were devastated by it. How did that loss? How did let loss affect the rest of his career? You know, because having that loss he might he might have learned some lessons that he was able to apply later. Oh, I think definitely I think I mean he said as much really he, he said that, you know, he was so young. I was twenty one or twenty two when he lost that I fight, and I think he said himself, that he learned a lot, and it was probably as manager, choppy Blackbourne said, it's good that he has trained. Sorry check choppy Blackbourne said it was good that he lost, because, you know it was a lesson for him. He also never said he felt like he was champion until he got to be smelling and that second fight. You know, he he said, you know as long as that losses on my record. I don't feel like I'm really a champion he needed to avenge that loss before he was able to move on. What are the great things about Joe Lewis? I mean, you know, this book, also serves as a biography at a sense of Joe, Louis one of the great figures in the history of sports in the US beyond in boxing and beyond it. He was such important figure. You know, we think of him along with Jesse Owens as a trailblazer, as among the first African American sports heroes who embraced by by white American by all of white Americans. You said, but by many people in white America, and eventually, probably by most of white America, and he approached his celebrity approached his championship very different than differently than his predecessor Jack Johnson. So what is there in the life of Joe Louis to be learned? That's particularly important for young adults as well. You know, it's interesting. They say different fun, his predecessor. He was also very different from his successor. You know, Mohammed Ali, who had a very different take on the way that well he himself. But that also that black America should should respond to what was going on in the country. And at the time of it was the Vietnam war, and he he felt early on. And he said it publicly that he saw. So Lewis was wasn't uncle Tom. And then he, he regretted that he had said that. But I think, you know, for kids today, it's really valuable to see the context in which the enriched, you'll Lewis was was born and raised and, you know, all of the challenges challenges, especially, you know, he was he grew up in Jim crow America. So all of the challenges that he had to face. I think you know, you have to appreciate that context in order to understand the individual terrific, new book for young adults were in the ring. Joe Louis max Schmeling in the fight between America, and Hitler about those two epic fights that took place in one thousand nine thirty six in nineteen thirty eight and also bad, Joe Louis the great champion who emerged from them. It's a pleasure, John and we see it's good to see that you're still speaking. Even though you're married, and working together. Thanks so much for joining us here in the sporting life. Thanks very much for having me. Thank you very much down me next on the sporting. Paul Goldberg explains. 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"jim braddock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hardy denies talent and he's still have to plug it via the Taft theaters. Todd render happy birthday. It is Saturday June twenty second twenty nineteen before we look ahead to look back at events and people tied to this particular history, including limited to the, this date, nineteen eighteen to train carrying members of the Hagenbeck Wallace circus, and their families rear into during -mergency stopped by another train near Hammond. Indiana, killing at least eighty six aboard the circus train Joe Louis began his reign as world heavyweight boxing champ by knocking out Jim Braddock in the eighth round of their fight and Chicago, this date nineteen thirty seven. Nineteen forty World War Two Hitler gained a stunning victories. France was forced to sign an armistice eight days after German, forces overran Paris. FDR signed the servicemen's readjustment act of nineteen four forty four more popularly known as the GI Bill the state in nineteen forty four. On the battle for Okinawa ended on the state nineteen Forty-five with the victory for the good guys that would be us present Nixon signed an extension of Voting Rights Act of nineteen sixty five actually lowered the minimum voting age eighteen state nineteen seventy and Mark David Chapman, pleaded guilty to killing John Lennon this date in nineteen eighty one also notable nineteen Ninety-two on this date the supreme court in our Aviv versus the city of Saint Paul unanimously ruled that hate crime laws that ban cross burning and similar expressions of racial bias violated free speech rights. This is the day in seven years ago, when Jerry Sandusky convicted by jury and Bill fund Pennsylvania on forty five counts of sexually assaulting boys. Pro fifteen years Diane Feinstein's birthday today. She's eighty six Chris. Christopherson Eighty-three actor Mike learning seventy eight Klaus Maria brand. Our is seventy six. Brit Hume of Fox News is seventy six Peter Azure Peter, and Gordon, turning seventy five Howard. Eddie Kaelin of the turtles is seventy-two, Elizabeth Warren, seventieth birthday, Meryl Streep also turned seventy as does the Biannic woman Lindsay Wagner. Singer. Alan Osmond, less by a member of the family is seventy years old today. Actor Graham Greene sixty-seven, Cindy Lauper, sixty six actor Chris Lemmon turns sixty five rag musician, Derek Forbes sixty three. Gary beers was in the band inexcessive, sixty two today. Actor producer writer, funny, man Bruce Campbell turned sixty one. Allen Anton, the cowboy junkies sixty actress Tracy pollen..

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"jim braddock" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Slash supply for your first month for just five bucks. Four hymns dot com slash supply. Trending now on NewsRadio eight thirty. K H VH. I'm dealing Norton Guinness, a tow truck. Driver, who plowed into ten other cars on the leaker lake highway Wednesday has a long history of traffic violations records of tain by Hawaii news now show. The fifty two year old woman has been cited for driving with a cell phone and invalid safety check no insurance and a restriction on her commercial driver's license. One witness says the driver may have been on her phone at the time of the crash. Thirty one year old Jim Braddock remains in critical condition, while three others are hospitalized with list, severe injuries. Police continue to investigate an inmate at the halava correctional facility is facing new charges after he was caught trying to escape the department of public safety says guards fell Brunson kick, whoever climbing prison fence yesterday morning. He was quickly caught a never made it outside the facility incident prompted a nearly three hour lockdown cake whoever is currently serving time for several drug related crimes. Hawaiian airlines is putting out the call for flight attendants who speak Japanese, the airline is gearing up for extra flights between Hawaii in Japan ahead of the two thousand twenty summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. Hawaiian airlines currently operates thirty one non stop flights between Honolulu and Japan. Each week, it also plans to launch new service to Fukuoka in November, if it can secure government approval the attempted murder trials underway for three suspects. Accused of severely beating the Kona security guard opening statements were heard yesterday for the two thousand eighteen attack that critically injured done, canoe outside the Kona seaside hotel from the News Radio, eight thirty cage news center. I'm Julia Norton Dennis. Stay up to the minute online at cage VH radio.

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"jim braddock" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Ice. This is Fox News. Trending now on NewsRadio eight thirty. K. HVAC Gillian Norton, Guinness, a tow truck driver, who plowed into ten other cars on the leaker highway Wednesday has a long history of traffic violations records of Cain by Hawaii news now show. The fifty two year old woman has been cited for driving with a cell phone and invalid safety check no insurance and a restriction on her commercial driver's license. One witness says the driver may have been on her phone at the time of the crash. Thirty one year old Jim Braddock remains in critical condition, while three others are hospitalized with lists veer injuries. Police continue to investigate an inmate at the halava correctional facility is facing new charges after he was caught trying to escape the department of public safety says guards found Brunson kick, whoever climbing of prison fence yesterday morning. He was quickly caught a never made it outside the. The facility incident prompted a nearly three hour lockdown cake whoever is currently serving time for several drug related crimes. Hawaiian airlines is putting out the call for flight attendants who speak Japanese, the airline is gearing up for extra flights between what Japan ahead of the two thousand twenty summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. Hawaiian airlines currently operates thirty one non stop flights between new and Japan. Each week, they also plans to launch new service to local Ohka in November, if it can secure government approval the attempted murder trials underway for three suspects. Accused of severely beating the Kona security guard opening statements were heard yesterday for the two thousand eighteen tech, that critically injured done canoe outside, the Kuna seaside hotel from the NewsRadio, eight thirty cage news center, I'm Julia Norton Dennis. Stay up to the minute online at cage VH radio dot com. Let's get something cleared. You may be competing to be the next account executive at heart media. This is not a TV game show. There's no turning chair. There's no Sabe rounds..

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"jim braddock" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"We just saw Deontay wilder fight for the heavyweight ship not long ago at two hundred eleven pounds. You know, it ends up being a draw with Tyson fury, and he's six foot seven Deontay wilder. I think six seven six six max bear six two and he weighs more. And he is caught pictures of him. He does not he is. He is ripped in a way that athletes were not right. Like that in he's two hundred and fifty pounds. He weighs more than Deontay wilder without being tubby. And Jim Braddock, you know, a former light heavyweight who somehow gets all the way up to like one ninety to one ninety three something like that for the fight. It's not a good fight. It's a pretty boring fight and max pairs clowning his way through it. He doesn't seem to be taking it seriously. It's his first title defense for some reason, he seemed well, there are a lot of reasons why he was ambivalent about the sport. We talked about Frank Campbell on shaft, but he doesn't show up in and Braddock Braddock winds pretty easily. Yeah. And you know, it is a beautiful story. Because again, maybe it's my recollection is not there. But but I remember reading that leading up to the fight Braddock said, I'm not losing this fight. Like there is no way like he was fighting for his life his honor his family. He was fighting for something much more beyond him. And you don't get to see that often. No, literally was I mean, you don't often have in a heavyweight championship fight a guy who is that where the the scent of desperation so recently in his nostrils, you know, I mean in your vital for the heavyweight championship of the world, you probably doing pretty okay for while at that point. You've been making money on other fights you've been getting bigger and stronger you've been accustomed to success in only success and Braddock was a guy who'd been broken. I mean broken, and there was no chance he was ever going to challenge anything like the heavyweight championship. Again. I mean impossible, and this would be everything to him. And he inspired so many people there were so many people pulling for him. But nobody really thought that he had chance gets max Baer who was five years younger by every metric was. Yeah. And shoot wear your man. It should have won the fight. And then, of course, I think it was by that point Schmeling had had upset Lewis, which was you know. Any six. That's right. Nineteen thirty six, and I think at that point bear did have a chance. I mean, you could argue he should have Schmeling. But by that point the war was really starting to ramp up in Europe. And again, maybe this isn't true. Maybe this is just sort of revisionist history. But he had a choice to fight Lewis versus Schmeling, and the logical choice would have been Schmeling. Right because he had beat Louis, but the sort of more American choice was you're gonna buy Braddock choice. Yes. Sorry Braddock choice. That's right. So so we fight s- Lewis. And I mean, we all know how the story ends which is Louis wins in that goes on to create the most dominant heavyweight in the history of the sport twelve years champion twenty five defenses. But the fight was more compelling than people expected. I mean Braddock put up a better fight. Well, as I recall he knocks down Joe Louis in the first round. Yeah. You know? And that's really the he would fight one more fight after Lewis one and then retired one in retired. But he the thing that Jim Braddock would I think he embodies is this idea? Whether or not you buy into it that there is something noble about that sport. At about the commitment required in about the dedication and about its code whenever that co you know, the code of courage, personal courage of total commitment of leaving their something. Honorable about fighting till you've got nothing left. None of that stuff matters. Max baer. That's the contrast to max Baer thought this was this was show business, and it was a way for him to make a buck..

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"jim braddock" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"But it was a very gentle blow. It was almost a jab. It was the beating he took the hammer air that had made it possible for that. So all of this is to basically say when max Baer finally beats Premera, which he does in ridiculous fashion. I think there was ten knocked that's laughable laughable fight. Yeah. Bear looks invincible and he'd already beaten Schmeling, correct? He'd already beaten smelled. And there is no way that he was going to give mailing a rematch. Given what was going on politically again? It's it's been a while. Peter. But my recollection is nobody was interested in giving max Schmeling rematch against bear. Just because he wasn't really conc-. He was considered washed up finished. I mean when he beads Joe Lewis in nineteen thirty ridiculous. Washed up in finish. He he wasn't even part of the discussion. So they decided to take a tune-up fight basically with this guy who can't possibly win. Right. Well, what happens? Jim Braddock has been out of the fight game. He's hurt. He'd been light heavyweight contender late nineteen twenties. He'd lost his one shot to Tommy lock grin. Who was a great light heavyweight and at that point Braddock sin tire personal situation, really a falls apart and is professional Scituate. Not his personal really his professional situation breaks his hand can't fight anymore. It can make any money the depression hits. He is working on the docks. Cross the Hudson river from Hatton. He's desperate. He goes on relief, which that's a welfare, which that time in Braddock mind in minds of lot of people that was kind of humiliation taking government assistance, especially guy like Braddock would been so successfully been fought for the light heavyweight championship which was a. Big big deal in nineteen twenty nine in a way that it's not now and everybody thinks he's through he's finished. He's done totally kaput. But the interesting thing is by doing the work on the docks because he doesn't have the money for bus fare or cab fare to get from his home to the docks. He's walking every day twenty miles ridiculous. He's working as a stevedore, you know, hauling giant bales and stuff like that. Even with a broken hand. He builds up the strength, especially in his left hand. He'd never had a left hand before the right hand is broken. So he's building strength all of these things. It sounds like some kind of fairy tale or something make prepare him in a way, he hadn't been prepared to seize the moment, he gets the shot against up and comer named John Griffin. John corn Griffin on the undercard of the bear Carneiro fire, and he was not expected to beat Griffin. He was just an opponent. He was the guy who's going to be a stepping stone for corn Griffin on his way to fighting max Baer, but Braddock is. Different braddock. And he delivers against corn Griffin. Stunning. The promoters people who had you know, these high hopes for for corn Griffin whose name is still in boxing circles kind of stands for guy. Couldn't get it done steppingstone. It's almost like a Wally pip thing. And almost exactly you're later these hundred and sixty four days later, he beats beats a couple of more impressive fighters on the way sets himself up for a showdown with max Baer for the heavyweight title, which nobody gave him a shot. I believe it was eight or nine to one huge underdog eight nine ten to one hundred depending on who you ask which at that time was I think the most lopsided odds ever and a heavyweight championship fight. Of course, we're gonna come to one that's more lopsided in a minute in Braddock is this guy who's fighting for his family's got three little kids. He's got the wife. They're living in poverty living in poverty. When this rise starts after wins one of the fights on the way that year, you know, he goes he shows up at the relief office. I mean, it it almost. Sounds like it has to be apocryphal. But everybody said it really happy shows up the relief office in return returns the money. They have thirty five dollars whatever that he'd taken on government relief, and he becomes the people's hero. But nobody thought he had a chance against max pair who looked spare looked like an execution and he was plays. Oh, and he's a specimen..

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"jim braddock" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"And for years I've been saying look, no, I'm right. I was right. I get a freelance writer. I'd written some magazine profiles here and there, and I always, you know, had this plan in my mind. I wanted to write a book. Dad wrote thirty three books. I'm gonna write a book and and I felt I had something to say, but I never had really the idea who'd ideas. So Scott said, hey, you know, they're making a movie about Jim Braddock. Nobody's ever written a book really bad Jim Braddock or not in a long time. Anyway, not since the nineteen thirties. What do you think about writing a book that might coincide with this film that's being made? I said. I, I love the Jim Braddock story. I love the max Baer story. You know what? I'm gonna do it. Finally gonna get off my butt and actually write the book. I guess I was three fourth time, something like that. Thirty three thirty four nights at you. I'm gonna do it, and I fell in love with the story and got sold the book very quickly who great editor at Houghton Mifflin, who some candidates and shepherded the project. And you know, I immersed myself in it, you know? And I look back now I wrote that book which did well, then at eighteen months later, I published a book that Jesse Owens triumph, which did nicely, and I figured I'm gonna do this every year. I'm gonna do this every year and a half like my dad did. And then. Life change? No, I got married. I re kids. I used to write those books between midnight and three AM pretty much now you know, I'm I'm asleep most nights by like ten pm, so feel kinda bad. I haven't. I haven't followed up on those two and they there were books that eve me, you know, it was a great experience and I'd like to do more in fact, right after triumph came out and she's seven, I was having compensated sounds like namedrop it, but he was friend even Halberstam calls me for about that. He says, disturbing. Sure. Mike, what should it be Davies after write a book about New York? Mets. Thank you. Rate story. I can't writable but he ate FLC's giants. Coal. It said, okay, you're David alverson, I'll do it. That's a great idea. And, and he said, I'm gonna, you know, teach you how to do because I never really dealt with living people before my two books were about guys were long gone, and he said, I'll teach attitude. I'll show you the ropes and you know, you know, one of the a horrible tragedy took place within a week of that conversation. David of inside aren't Irk crash. rats, mortgage. And and I never got obviously, you know, horrible tragedy rate band, Rachel couple of great books that that that he came out with really long story short, I've, I've, I, I have not got around to writing the book that meant I'm not sure. I'm not sure where to go from here, but I've got some ideas, but you know, I, it's nice. I still take pride in those things that on my shelf in basketball accuracy can be the difference between winning and losing..

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"jim braddock" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"So the American mind set has shifted radically and you can tell us a couple of ways. So he did you ever see the movies and rela man with Russell Crowe is about Jim Braddock. So Jim Braddock was this this over the hill boxer who basically had played out the string and was given a shot at the the world heavyweight championship, and for while he's on the dolts, the middle of the great depression, he's on the dole and he takes money from the from the federal government after he wins the championship, he walks back into the welfare office with a roll of cash, and he hands it back to the welfare office and they say, sir, you don't need to pay that back. And he says, yes, I do how many Americans today would actually do that. How many Americans today. If they made the money would walk back into the welfare office and turned the money back over to the welfare office. I think the answer is pretty close to zero. The most Americans don't have any sense of shame or guilt about taking. Money from other folks. They don't have any sense that if they could prevent it, it would be better for them not to take that money. I think people feel in the United States that they are entitled to money because the government is nameless faceless. See, here's one of the nice things about charity as opposed to the way that it works on the government to level the government makes it seem as though the government is handing you the money, the government has no money of its own. The government is taking from me and giving to you or taking from you and giving to me or taking from the future and giving a toss. Now the government is not a repository of magical money trees. There is no money forest, but the government presents you with the idea that there is. So when the government signs, you check, you don't have to feel guilty about anything. It's just receiving free money after all. However, when it comes to charity and their folks in my community, my Jewish community who received charity, they feel terrible about it. You can see that you can see they feel terrible about it. And I think that's a good thing. I think it's a good thing. I think you should feel bad about taking charity as long as you. Because that's what's going to encourage you to not stay on the dole is going to encourage you to get out there and work. It's going to encourage you to make a move toward prosperity is he can pay all those people back. If you see the money that you are receiving as a as a step toward getting your feet under you once again, so that you can pay people back too much better way of doing money and money is growing for free and that you can just take it no matter at any time at any place. It's just a lack of entrepreneurial spirit. And unfortunately, I think that that's the way that that we're going in the United States. That's example, number one example, number two. There's a lot of talk these days when for and by the way that this exists as well in places like Norway, so Norway, which is which is prized loved by folks on the American left and they nor the fact that Norway actually has become a place where the work ethic is starting to collapse. The economists wrote in two thousand fifteen Norwegians have coined. Verb to natve meanings. Get money from envy the states benefit agency. You see, you actually see this happening where people believe that they are entitled to things the very fact that we call these benefits entitlements as opposed to benefits is suggestive of this deck. That's point. Number one point number two, the idea of picking up and moving. We are the most mobile society in the history of mankind. It is easier to get from one place to another on planet earth faster than any time in the history of humankind. When we talk about our ancestors in the United States, we're thinking of people in covered wagons, taking six months to cross the country..

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"jim braddock" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"From our comeback very side anonymous a formula town can i'm gonna do it for close this week's show with a few thoughts about the history of african american athletes and protests before muhammed ali before curt flood before colin kaepernick the person was the protests simply by daring to compete against white men african american athletes challenge the status quo by defeating white men in sports such as boxing in track and field where at least in some respects the plainfield was level they defied the slander that they are inferior in berlin in 1930 six there was jesse owens the following year joe lewis took the heavyweight crown from jim braddock the next generation of black activists and sportsmen born in the 1940s mostly being allowed to shared the ring or the diamond the track wouldn't be enough they were demanding justice beyond the playing fields in the 1960s muhammed ali melded the political end the personal in a way that no athlete had previously as a member of the black separatist nation of islam as perhaps the most prominent critic of the war in vietnam as a champion who refused to do what was expected of him by white america his impact is hard to overstate others followed his leading salinas sprinters tommie smith and john carlos outfielder curt flood who sacrificed his career to the principal free agency in our thrash it was asteroid challenge racism at home and abroad he was a thorn in the side of south africa's apartheid regime these days there's another reason black athletes are engaging politically their opposition to president trump with trump in the white house and with the president directly confronting protesters the stakes it seems are higher than ever thanks for having joined us i'm jeremy.

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"jim braddock" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Check out espn films newly released thirty for thirty podcast from the producers of our awardwinning documentary series this is an amazing collection of sports stories you need to hear affordable speaking of amazing delta airlines and the flag delta app make your travel experience abusing easy with realtime backtracking eat boarding and passport scam during checking and don't forget the download thirty for thirty podcast the fill your flight with stories that will keep you coming back for more this is the sporting live on espn radio and the espn app here's jeremy she app full muhammed ali for flood before colin kaepernick the person was the protest simply by daring to compete against white men african american athletes challenged the status quo by defeating white men in sports such as boxing in track and field where at least in some respects the plainfield was level they defied the slander that they are inferior in berlin in 1930 six there was jesse owens the following year joe louis took the heavyweight crown from jim braddock oh and lewis were pioneers not protestors at the time by being excellent and uncontroversial they advanced the cause of civil rights laying the foundations for the see changes that would account jackie robinson was no gradualist and much more political than allwood's lewis proud and fiery of fierce individualist by integrating baseball he altered the course of american history martin luther king junior said robinson was a pilgrim that walked in the loan some byways toward the high wrote of freedom he was a sit in europe before cities of freedom rider before freedom rights owens lewis and robinson were all board in the second decade of the 20th century for the next generation of black activists in sportsmen born in the 1940s mostly being allowed to share the ring or the diamond or the track wouldn't be enough they were demanding justice beyond the playing fields in the 1960s muhammed ali melded the political and the personal in a way that no athlete had previously.

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"jim braddock" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"jim braddock" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That gives you pause about singling out one person is that simply the best way to illustrate the story of so many what a great question and i'd say i'm conflicted because there are so many stories that we may not know and there are stories that day that we do no captured indelibly brilliantly in the book one hundred two minutes by flynn and wire the to new york times reporters and i would suggest for anyone who would like to learn about nine eleven from the inside of the towers not simply from the monolithic images of the towers collapsing but the lives that were law austin side it's a masterpiece and there were many stories of heroism documented by flynn and wire but in this there's no attempt here to elevate wells above were to place him below anyone else it is just one story but sometimes as you know germany and i thought this was done brilliantly in cinderella man one story speaks to a time and i think jim braddock speaks to a time in our country a time of what was happening socially in terms of class and economy and a story that could bind people together and in his own way wells in the aftermath of nine eleven in the growth of his legacy in the most modest natural ways by people hearing about it and then sharing a particular parents with their children that that's why i think the story has spread the way that it has we're speaking with tom rinaldi doubt his new book the red bandanna life the choice and the legacy about wells crowder who died or nine eleven there is no mention until near the end of the book about those people who killed wells crowder and the other nearly three thousand people in nine eleven in the end it only comes up in the context of the mission to kill osama bin laden why that decision i think again of that's another great point jeremy into me the night the scene did you referring to the night that osama bin laden's death is made public do the booth through the presidential address by president obama that's rendered through one house in america walls crowder's house and alison hearing about it on television while she's in the living room jeff seeing it on television while he's downstairs in a crowder families basement they're simultaneous reaction coming together and the how they react to that piece of news that osama bin laden after nearly ten years has been caught and killed and i think their reaction speaks to the complexity if you will of.

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