35 Burst results for "Jimmy G."
Kane's record goal earns Tottenham 1-0 win over Man City
"Arsenal's lead in the Premier League remains 5 points with a game in hand after Tottenham took down Manchester City, one nil. Harry Kane put spurs ahead in the 15th minute, making him the all time goals leader in team history. He has 267 goals, one more than Jimmy graves. Spurs beat city for the third time in four matches despite christiane Romero's second yellow card. Tottenham also was without manager Antonio Conte, who had gallbladder surgery on Wednesday. The wind put spurs just a point behind fourth place Newcastle and two in back of Manchester United. The Tottenham has played one more game. I'm Dave ferry.
Antetokounmpo has triple-double; Bucks win 7th straight
"Giannis had sent to kupo had a triple double in the bucks picked up their 7th straight win by Tapping the heat one 23 one 15. Playing together and having fun so that's why we made it. And Ted to kupo had 35 points, 15 rebounds and 11 assists. His third triple double of the season. It came two nights after his 54 point performance versus the clippers. Chris Middleton added 24 points and Grayson Allen 19. Jimmy Butler scored 32 points and Tyler hero added 24 for the heat, who beat Milwaukee and consecutive games last month and tanta Cooper didn't play in those two games. I'm Dave ferry
Taggart Houck: Alex Murdaugh's Son Has Kept Quiet During Trial
"You're talking about the horrific loss of life of two family members of the murtaugh family. I know you've covered a lot of stuff in your tenure as you worked in Myrtle Beach and now in the upstate my gosh, even to a reporter like you, this has got to be eye opening to see the details of this case. I mean, I've just got so many questions for you. If I could start with one of them, I see the surviving son buster is sitting behind his dad every day in this courtroom, does the sun support his father who has been accused of such a heinous crime of slaughtering buster's brother and mom? And Mike, first of all, thank you so much for having me on, it's great to talk to you this morning. Thank you. That is that I think a lot of us are asking ourselves in the media. We've seen buster walk into the courtroom every single day since the jury has actually been selected. So essentially, every single day of this trial, we have seen him walk into the courtroom, sit behind his father, and he is always with his uncle, John Marvin Murdoch, as well as Alex sister, and then buster's girlfriend. But I think the big question, you know, a lot of people wonder if he's supporting him. We are not able to speak with buster. We have been asking him questions as he's walked into the courthouse, but have not gotten any answers. He is, though, on the defense's list to testify, indicating that he is certainly someone who is cooperating with the defense on this side of this. So I guess if you're wanting to draw the lines, you could say potentially that he is, but public, we have not seen any comment from buster at this point. It's been very fascinating to see him in the courtroom and kind of the way he's even sitting in the courtroom with some of his expressions for the most part has not really shown much emotion during his trial.
DOJ Searches Joe Biden's Delaware Home
"Now on the Mike Gallagher show. The FBI is currently searching President Biden's Delaware vacation home for classified documents. They are in Rehoboth beach Delaware, his legal team had said that they had searched the Rehoboth beach home and found no mishandled papers, however, similar assurances had been given about Biden's Wilmington home before they found more records there on January 20th, so right now the FBI is on the premises, searching Biden's Rehoboth beach, Delaware home. Boy, what a absolute dilemma this has to be. For Trump haters. On the one hand, they want to use the mishandling of classified documents as a way to hoist Trump on his own petard. As they say, so what are you going to say about grandpa Joe? And he's got him apparently spread out all over the country. His Wilmington home, Robin beach, the Penn Biden center. I mean, this guy is a veritable cornucopia of mishandled classified documents. So I guess you got to turn the page on that one, right? Trump gets vindicated yet again.
Nikki Haley Has a History of Changing Her Mind Often
"But I can not resist, I can not hold back my concerns about Nikki Haley. Starting with a promise she made in April of 2021. That's not all that long ago. In April of 2021, Nikki Haley said this. I would not run if president Trump ran. And I would talk to him about it. I mean, that's something that we'll have a conversation about at some point. If that decision is something that has to be made. But yeah, I would absolutely. I had a great working relationship with him. I appreciated the way he let me do my job. I thought we did some fantastically great foreign policy. Things together. And look, I just want to keep building on what we accomplished and not want to get torn down. Now, you could argue, well, things have changed. She's changed her mind. She's changed her mind all right. She changes her mind a lot. I remember when she resigned as Trump's ambassador to the United Nations. And I was like, why do you, why are you abandoning your post? She has a history of that. She doesn't tend to finish what she started. And I have to admit, I have a problem with that. I really do. Now, maybe you see it differently.
Nikki Haley Poised to Enter 2024 Presidential Race
"Now, how insane is it for Nikki Haley to challenge president Trump? Now, according to a report, Nikki Haley is going to announce. On February 15th, the post and courier newspaper out of Charleston is reporting that she's going to make the official announcement that she is going to challenge Donald Trump. And she wants to be the Republican nominee for president. Now, this is an interesting journey because any Republican who declares their candidacy is immediately going to earn the wrath of Trump world. No question. Trump supporters, you know, I think it's fair to say we're a pretty passionate bunch. We get emotional. We're loyal. We're grateful for the four years of the Trump presidency. We've lost count of how many people text the keyword Trump or the keyword more Trump to our MyPillow text line, which is 806 5 5 mic and we send you back the list of the Trump presidency accomplishments. They are enormous. They are profound. We're grateful. Extremely grateful. For what Trump accomplished and millions of Americans see one guy. At the top of the, as the GOP nominee next year and that's Donald Trump. So interestingly, anybody, whether it's Ron DeSantis, Chris Christie Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Glenn youngkin, I don't know, it could be another crowded field.
Mike Lindell: Forget Machines, Go Back to Paper Ballots
"Listen to this exchange between Jimmy Kimmel and Mike last night regarding the issue of paper ballots, ballots versus electronic voting machines. Do you believe this was a rigged election too? No, absolutely not, Jimmy, because there was no machines involved. It was paper ballots hand counted. Right. Okay, so you lost, you would have lost either way. I guess is what you're saying. Well, I don't know if I didn't have machines like somebody could have filled with the numbers, right? You distrust machines, does that extend to sewing machines? Yeah. Tell me, what about ice machines? Are you okay with those? You know what? I'm you can make fun of that but we know the machines I'm talking about are voting machines, computers used in elections because we want to have elections and not selections. So not like the George foreman lean mean grilling machine would not be on your list of things to meltdown and make into prison bars. Don't just the voting machines. We got enough for them to melt down into prison bars. And the Miami sound machine. They're cool, right? What's that? I said Gloria Stefan and the Miami sound machine. Here you hear me, I can't hear you. I'm sorry, it turns out you're locked inside a claw machine. I mean, and I was so intrigued by watching all these social media comments last night from the haters, the people who hate Mike lindell saying, you know what? I got to give him credit. He was a good sport. And he believes it. And you could tell at one point in the interview I saw where Kimmel said to Mike, I don't think Trump believes in election fraud claims. I don't think Giuliani believes it, but I do believe that you think that. And that you're earnest and you're sincere.
Mike Lindell Makes on Appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'
"You know, I think Mike probably, I didn't see the whole segment last night, but I've watched clips and a funny thing happened on social media. Even his fiercest critics are giving Mike lindell credit. For being earnest and likeable and heartfelt and patriotic. And when Mike was on our show yesterday and he said that he was going to be in a claw machine, I didn't even understand what he really meant. I thought he was just like using some proverbial like some metaphor. I didn't even know what he meant I was going to be in the claw machine. While claw machine, he's talking about one of those giant glass boots with stuffed animals where you take the claw at the carnival or the arcade and you try to lift it a stuffed animal out. Well, Jimmy Kimmel had Mike sit inside a glass claw machine. So there's Mike sitting in the claw machine sharona by stuffed animals being interviewed about election fraud and election integrity. It's wild because Mike lindell came out of this so endearing and people show respectful of saying, okay, you had fun. You made fun of yourself. I mean, he was self deprecating. He was joking about the claw machine being a rigged machine, and it's rigged, and it's corrupt. He was laughing a lot. Kimmel was laughing a lot. Listen, I'm no fan of Jimmy kennel. Kimmel, but he was clearly, he's clearly got some affection for Mike.
Rozier, Washington help Hornets rally past Heat 122-117
"Terry Rozier and PJ Washington carried the hornets to a one 22 one 17 victory over the heat, Rozier delivered 31 points, 7 assists and 6 rebounds while shooting 5 for 11 from three point range. He hit two buzzer beating threes to end quarters. Washington had 27 points as Charlotte ended Miami's three game winning streak. Lamella ball scored 13 of his 19 points in the final period to help the hornet secure their fourth victory in 6 games. Jimmy Butler scored 28 points and Tyler hero added 24 for the heat. I'm Dave fairy.
Heat rally again, top Magic 110-105 to close 3-0 homestand
"The hater of season high 6 games over 500 following a fourth quarter comeback and a one ten one O 5 win over the magic. Miami trail by 8 early in the final period before going on a 19 6 run to go up by 5. The heat also turned 20 Orlando turnovers into 32 points. Jimmy Butler paced the heat with 29 points and bam adebayo added 20. Max Cruz chipped in 5 three pointers and 17 points, Orlando fell to 14 and ten in its last 24 games. Paolo Bon Caro, Franz Wagner and Cole Anthony each had 19 points apiece for the magic. I'm Dave ferry.
Trochek, Halak lead Rangers to 4-1 win over Golden Knights
"Vincent trochek and yaroslav halakha the rangers to a four one downing of the golden knights. Had a goal and an assist as the blue shirts improved to 8 two and three in their last 13 games. Halak made 16 of his 34 saves in the opening period. Criss-crossed scored three O 9 apart late in the first period to put New York ahead two zero. Filipino and Jimmy vesey also scored and Braden Schneider had to assist Phil kessel had the lone goal for Vegas, which has dropped 7 of its last 9, Aiden hill turned back 36 shots. I'm Dave ferry.
"Everything Everywhere All at Once" tops Oscar nominations with 11
"The sci-fi film everything everywhere all at once leads the Oscar nominations with 11. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. What's happening? Everything everywhere all at once is up for best picture and ten other awards, including Michelle Yeoh for best actress. The other best picture nominees are all quiet on the western front, avatar the way of water, the banshees of inas Sharon, Elvis, the fable men's tar, Top Gun: Maverick, triangle of sadness, and women talking. The Academy Awards will be held in Los Angeles on March 12th, Jimmy Kimmel will host.
Herro scores 26, Heat come from 16 down, top Pelicans 100-96
"Tyler hero and Kyle Lowry helped the heat turn a 16 point first half deficit into a 196 triumph over the pelicans. Here I'll score 26 points. When you go turn over at the turnover to start low energy, we kind of dug ourselves a hole by coming out the way we came up, but we responded and we got the dub, so I guess that's all that matters. Lowry had 17 points. The last 9 coming into one 42 span down the stretch. Bam adebayo and Jimmy Butler each scored 18 for the heat, who trailed 47 31 before scoring ten straight to end the first half. Trey Murphy the third had a team high 17 points for New Orleans. I'm Dave ferry.
Jim Carafano Explains Why FEMA Is So Wrong in So Many Ways
"This is cotton 9 the head of Homeland Security. Fema is providing emergency food and shelter program funds to help cities around the country recover or defray the costs of non citizen arrivals. CBP and ice are working closely with cities to share information and coordinate the disposition of non citizens in immigration enforcement proceedings. Just the orwellian phraseology, non citizen immigrants. There's a legal term for that, and it's not non citizen immigrants. It's illegal aliens at the section of Homeland Security is using that phraseology, but Jim, fema being used to shelter and home house illegal immigrants. Is that why we created the federal emergency management agency? So we should unpack this because this is so wrong in so many ways. Fema, which was created by Jimmy Carter, bring together disparate bits of agencies for the express purpose of there is a disaster that impacts Americans, we all rush in as a nation to help in female helps coordinate that. A hurricane. Whatever forest fire. Tornadoes. 9 11? It was not designed to house illegal immigrants. This is an absolute, and so that's wrong. You're taking resources, what do we do when there's a disaster? They won't be there for Americans. That is absolutely wrong because we don't know when the next disaster is going to strike. So literally I can guarantee you, if there's a disaster on the scale of what we just saw in California with a flooding, there will be people there will be American citizens that won't help because fema is housing illegal immigrants that Joe Biden brought in the United States.
Bam Adebayo scores 26 points, Heat beat Pelicans 124-98
"Miami never trailed jumping out to a 70 51 half time lead. Jimmy Butler scored 18 points adding 7 assists to key the heat to their fourth win in their last 5 games. Bam adebayo was the high score with 26 points as 7 heat players reached double figures against the Republicans team that played without star Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram.
Vincent leads Heat to 2nd straight win over Bucks
"Gabe Vincent continued his scoring surge in helping the heat beat the bucks in Miami for the second time in three days. One 1195. Vincent led the Miami score sheet with 27 points. One game after scoring a career high 28. He was one of three heat players with at least 20 points. Bam adebayo had 20 points and 13 rebounds. Victor Oladipo had 20 and Jimmy Butler had 16 in the heats third consecutive win. The box played a second straight game without Giannis intent to Cooper because of left knee soreness. Bobby portis led Milwaukee with 15 points. I'm Dave ferry.
Short-handed Heat rally, top short-handed Bucks, 108-102
"Gabe Vincent and bam adebayo led the heat to a one O 8 one O two victory over the box. Vincent scored a career high 28 points. I think I just was the one that had the favorable matchup a few of the times and as I got rolling, you know, the basket got big for me. Now the bio had 24 with 11 rebounds, helping Miami move a season high three games over 500. Jimmy Butler had 17 points and 11 rebounds for the heat, who played with that starters, Kyle Lowry, Tyler hero, and Caleb Martin. Bucks forward Giannis intent to Koopa was given the night off, drew holiday had 14 points and 11 assists from Milwaukee. I'm Dave ferry.
'Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist'
"You're working on a new project. And I got to ask you, Kevin, you've done God's not dead. That was a smashing success. I absolutely enjoy that. Before we get into this new left behind series, rise of the Antichrist that you're acting in and you've directed, I gotta ask you, Hollywood and faith. I mean, there have to be, when did God come into your life? What was the wake up call for you? What happened? Because you don't hear a lot of stories about Hollywood and faith that seems rare. Yeah, it was right. You know, it wasn't rare up, but this 1960s changed everything because Hollywood sort of went darker and they started making the bad guys the heroes. And that's where they started glorifying people with bad behavior. But before that, there was always that, you know, it was always a good guys winning and the bad guys losing. But things have changed. But you know, I've always been a Christian I've always been conservative in my life actually. The first time I could vote, I voted for Reagan. My parents were besides themselves because they were Walter Mondale, Hubert Humphrey, Minnesota Democrat. And I was completely right when I told him, I said, look, Jimmy Carter's going to go down as one of the worst presidents we've ever had. And I was right up until recently, of course. I've always been a Christian. I've always wanted to be involved in stuff. And you saw a Hercules, even though it was mythological, they always had really good moral values in the series. And I don't know if they would write that on prime time TV today, like they did back then. I don't think it would happen.
"jimmy g." Discussed on NFL Live
"Officially have given permission to Jimmy Garoppolo's agents to seek a trade time is running out this is trace team. And that's nothing against Jimmy. We made that decision. A year ago. There was a game of musical chairs that was played while Jimmy G was off the market, healing from his shoulder surgery. There's no market for him. I would not be surprised if he's released. It's complicated. It's complicated, it's complicated. Time is running out. Yeah, he wasn't released. Welcome to NFL live, presented by DraftKings, sports book. We'll get to Jimmy G, the forty-niners and Trey Lance in just a little bit happy Friday, everybody. So glad to have you with us here on the show, Ryan Clark, Damien woody. Phil Gates here with you for the hour and coming up. The reason why somebody here is not buying that the cowboys are underdogs. We're starting this Friday tradition once again, all year long, we're all over the place for NFL live and let's roll with the forty-niners. It's been a week in San Francisco, right? Monday, Jimmy Garoppolo restructured his deal with the forty-niners keeping him in the bay for one more season and yesterday was the first time he was back as you see him there as a full participant in practice. He and Trey Lance both spoke with the media yesterday. It's good to have him back. Good to have him back in the building in the QB room again. Man, just like I've said and he's been a big brother to me since my first day in the leagues since I got drafted the day I got drafted. So man, I know he's got my back. I got his back and I'm excited to go through this year with him and he's going to add a lot to our QB room. I mean, that's the goal for us to have the best QB room in the league. And when we're pretty damn close, if we're not there. I mean, me and Trey honestly, I know a lot of stuff gets made in the media and like that. But we have a good relationship, man. So everyone could say what they want and everything, but I mean, we went through it last year very similar to this situation. So it's not like we haven't done it before. I mean, Kyle Shanahan even himself said he was shocked that Jimmy G was able to return and that's a situation that they're in. So for all of us to sort of feel that way too, it's no secret or no surprise. RC, what do you make of everything that's happened in San Francisco this week? You know, it's been such a strange situation with Jimmy Garoppolo and trying to figure out where he would land for the 2022 season. This is not a great situation if you ask me for Jimmy G, if you're the San Francisco forty-niners, you're a lady. You know you have a very capable backup with starter potential that could get you to a Super Bowl, but if you're a Jimmy G, you're not the backup on a team, you are already the starting quarterback. And this isn't like you went to Tampa Bay and now you're waiting for Tom Brady to actually retire and you can move it to a starting role or you're in Seattle now and you're behind Geno Smith, but they know that one day you're going to be the starter. You have been unceremoniously moved from being the starting quarterback on this team. And listen, I've watched all of those sister wives shows and the shows about polygamy. The wife that was already there is usually very upset when the new chick comes along because now she got to share a night. Now the new chick is getting all the attention and you just got to sit back and be there in your house that you used to be number one in. And so I think that the San Francisco forty-niners would have liked for someone to bail them out. Offer us something for Jimmy G so we could get rid of them since that didn't happen. Now they aren't necessarily sure you have a great backup. You have the starter and trade Lance, but I think that this quarterback room is a little too crowded. You have three minutes into the show and we've got sister wives and polygamy replicas here on NFL live or up and rolling like only RC can take us. But I agree that they have a good situation in the sense that Jimmy Garoppolo is a very capable backup. But this is one of the most unique dynamics we have seen in a quarterback room in quite some time. If the forty-niners have an injury to their starting quarterback, no team is better insulated with their backup, than San Francisco. Jimmy Garoppolo an elite backup quarterback option. At the same time, I don't believe there is a single quarterback under more pressure. Early in the year, the first quarter of the regular season then Trey lands because now if Trey land starts to struggle, you know what everybody is going to be saying. Let's bring back the guy who has taken us to the Super Bowl before. The guy that nearly helped us get back to a Super Bowl last season. There is a different pressure if Nate sudfeld or Brock purdy is the backup quarterback and Trey Lance is struggling. You gotta find your way through a trade. That's the reason why we took you third overall. Now with the way that Jimmy Garoppolo is revered in that locker room. If this team stumbles out of the gates, one and two are even if they're winning games with Trey Lance's struggling, you know the calls are going to be coming for Jimmy Garoppolo. Yeah. And that's a lot of the talk that we've heard this all she's been especially lately is, you know, with Jimmy Garoppolo's the back of quarterback, you know, will they play a lot of pressure on Trey Lance, but I have all the faith in the world in Kyle Shanahan because the one thing that Kyle Shanahan does, he's a quarterback whisperer. I mean, he going, go back to, you know, RG three days with the Washington commanders Matt Ryan with the Atlanta Falcons. Jimmy Garoppolo, what he's able to do at the quarterback position is able to put these guys in position to succeed and we know that this Trey Lance is a different type of animal, a different type of weapon. And being able to utilize his athletic ability in the ring game is going to add an extra dimension that the forty-niners haven't had at the quarterback position in quite some time. Listen, Kyle Shanahan is a great coach. But let's not be confused. Kyle Shanahan has a losing record as the San Francisco forty-niners head coach and with Jimmy Garoppolo, he's 33 and 14. Jimmy Garoppolo is binky. It's his blanket. And so you don't want to be Trey Lance knowing that when call Shanahan, the quarterback whisperer has been whispering to other quarterbacks in San Francisco, he must be screaming way too loud because it ain't working. So if Trey Lance doesn't play early, like Phil said, there's going to be so much pressure on him because the noise from the outside will say, well, what about Jimmy G? We at least know he could get us to a Super Bowl. Yeah, RC to that point. Shanahan 39 and 42 overall. So the binky reference, I don't think you can overplay it. And one thing too on Jimmy G, you know, some people always say, well, it was the team that got them to these championships into the Super Bowl and not Jimmy G himself, but Garoppolo ranked second in the NFL in yards per passing attempt last season. Trailing only Joe burrow, more I'm sure to come on the San Francisco situation, but let's read and react with the latest news around the NFL, starting with that huge 5 year extension for Russell Wilson 5 years, $245 million, a 165 million of that fully guaranteed Russ talked about the new deal yesterday. Until Mark in George, I wanted to be here for a long time. I believe this is a marriage and you want to be here for a long time and my goal is to be able to finish my career here and had an amazing first decade of my career in the next decade. I'm really excited about. I think that we want to make this a destination location. I think that it's one of those things we have amazing traditional amazing football team. For me, it wasn't really about how much necessarily it was about how many. How many super bowls are we doing? And that's really the focus. Let's ride. Deal with the deal pays him as a top three quarterback in terms of guaranteed money. That makes sense to you? Yeah, absolutely. I mean, you talk about a perfect storm for getting a quarterback deal done. Obviously, you trade for Russell Wilson and be the new face of the Denver Broncos and then add in new ownership. So when you combine the two, it only makes sense that you're going to pay pay the quarterback big bucks and make him one of the high speed quarterbacks in the National Football League. So the obvious question now is how all this affects Lamar Jackson and his current contract negotiations. After the news broke about Russell Wilson, ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey tweeted, quote, Walmart money different, referring to the Broncos new ownership group, which is led by Walmart air rob Walton. Jackson saw this responded with, quote, I swear in the crying laughing emoji. RC, how does the Wilson deal affect Lamar going forward? Hey, first off, Laura, listen, I know you went to journalism school and you've been doing this a long time. That is not I swear. That's I swear.
"jimmy g." Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"If they keep winning and i don't mean kind of go undefeated but they should still win the nfc knoll if they keep winning and the leading he knows maybe they've clinched the nfc north that it will feel like that saints game was an aberration which i think he even at the time i was watching. I thought this isn't this. Isn't the death of this. This era rogers isn't done. This is just one of those really really weird things that happen the sometimes someone can just have a really bad day at work where everything goes wrong or you are driving somewhere and it's red. You hit the red light every single time. Sometimes those weird things happen and you just have to move on from it. And the way the rogers as he will move on. No one has got more more confidence. And i'm not saying i know people say. Oh he's trying to tank the season he's trying to damage the packers like if if he did do it on purpose is motivation would be just the game self full of more spite. You know. he's he. He lives on spite and and bitterness because of the because of draw his draft day. That's what that's what fuels them. The idea that people would be criticizing him so much over that we'll just have stoked up his fires so much that he can go all the way through february just on that the packers the packers. We saw against the lions. Although they weren't perfect that's the real packers get the week one version. The one we sewing week two is far far. More like what we'll see for the rest of the season this team's only gonna drop a few games all season. Oh okay you said they are In the mix this is a crucial game for them. If they are indeed is as. You're protecting been going to be there. Thereabouts intend to seatings. I think we're pretty sutton even off to two weeks. That in the forty niners a playoff team will be at the challenge. There of course is the toughest division in in in the teams to miss out the Going into short stacked as well so on the line. David yaris out daria smith. Of course also a out for for this one and that is a short stacking them a little bit up against a forty-nine is side that has they never have injury so they must be fine right not so much the price. I think we talked about whether you getting a call up or maybe on getting for the ravens at one stage at running back. I wonder whether civilly the ground game is a mess for the forty nine of course with injuries. Trae seven had a concussion. I think mitchell shoulder injury to michael hasty Banged up as well. Vei on the offensive side of the border. A feeling it a bit where we on. Let's go jimmy garoppolo and it was an ugly a win against the eagles and in the same way forming three. You're thinking that most teams have very bad days from time to time and all teams have different days from time to time. An ugly wins where things aren't ready rolling but a window in the you know the rainy one nil tuesday night when it stoke the forty nine is sit was it seventeen against was such a weird school in many many seventeen eleven year. The sonacare watson. Pretty scott hanson when he described the buffalo touchdowns pretty. It was great. Said he wasn't pretty for the for the forty niners but how much we care about that. How much in particular are we looking at. Jimmy jr trajectory the season because week. One jimmy comeback player of the year we to wanted try lance play wednesday nonstop. The i used to always coal. Jimmy g. to call is to call in the the west. Coast and dalton. The there's there's not a lot of difference in the way that they play and their abilities. They're both. They're both really good guys. They're both intelligent players. They're both limited and they gain manages and you can you can only do so much with them and the two teams starting for they've got rookie quarterback's behind them. Now the thing is is that when you've got the nfl equivalent of a kind of rainy. Choose not against stoke. This eagles game was that because before the season everyone thought the eagles was practically like having a boy and then they had a really good performance. One and jalen hurts. Looked good and i thought okay. Well know job pump. The brakes jalen hurts. Because i do quite like jim notes and i think he can be an nfl starter. But i don't know how far he's going to take team like the eagles. He's he's a decent player and that's probably that's probably what we're going to get from this season. We're going to games where he's good and some not so good. There were misuse the eagles. They looked not quite right. The forty niners just had to kind of deal with those situations. They didn't need a quarterback to produce some magic. They needed a game manager to do the things that needed to be done. Ghassem running back injuries. You just need to make some good decisions not give the ball away and pretty much. Jimmy g. just did that. He likes to remind him out of the. It's a great point and it reminds me so much of of their super bowl run of a few years back right and it was all the chalk in miami. Of course all the talk was on garoppolo in going said that super bowl because of what had happened in the championship game and the fact that he had very little to do and when you are being assessed to that degree not least in contrast with bathrooms one of the most extraordinary plays of his occupant generation. It's it's a very difficult thing but it raised the question which i guess is is a similar one that was raised a few years back in the super bowl and during his time that with jared goff the rams the limitations are this play at when you have an mind like call shanahan or of course. Children mcvay in. La are they holding as these quarterbacks holding them back and is that what where people are thinking. That trayvon's is role. You've told us on on this. Showed up at the time in the last year upside. Great talent pats the most raw of those five quarterbacks that went in in the first round. But it's not the expectation that e comes in. He is going to enable the forty niners to take it to the next level in terms of range and innovation one hundred percent basically. What the rams did from going from gough to stafford is what it will be going from. Jimmy g. to trae lance once trae lance. He's ready right. jimmy. G. is holding back before kyle shanahan and shanahan will know that which is why they traded up and gave up so much to get trae lonzo someone. They absolutely coveted because they know his limitations. There's no point putting trae lansing right now. Absolutely none died he. I don't think would have won that game whereas jimmy g. will have wanted it win it and that's that's a really key point. That for all of the obsession and understandable obsession with electrifying. Expansive freewheeling offense we want to see the will love to see that as fans of the game but but inevitably it detracts wrong. The effectiveness of play garoppolo. So yes do you have the increased possibility and potential in range with a plan that has more rural talent than different and different rule skills. But we shouldn't underestimate the fluency and efficiency of play. I like garoppolo. Anna's we've seen many times in the. Nfl can be enough. It can be enough to win a championship..
"jimmy g." Discussed on The Young Turks
"The country can turn in or report on individuals that they believe or aiding and abetting an illegal abortion in the state of texas. And so that's what's worrying about this because as it makes its way through the lower courts and the final decision on this is made. It's going to be a lot more difficult and a lot more complicated to prevent this or to to block this To strike down based on constitutionality My parents moved here when i was a kid. I we didn't come here because it was a theocracy There was a lot of places to go. We wanted a theocracy. And so thank you to the descending justices for fighting for what america's supposed to stand for which is freedom And if you ever see a right winger talking about freedom understand that they are completely full of crap they think my freedom but not your freedom so women you will now serve us and by the way. There's no exception for rape or incest. So you'll have your rapist kid. You will carry it for nine months and then you will take care of it for the rest of your life. Your life is not your own anymore. The government the government of texas has taken over your body and your life because they did it for their mola's and i'm not interested in their goddamn mullah's. We didn't come here for that. we wanted. We could've gone somewhere else for religious rule at is totally unacceptable. And it's the most un-american thing. I've ever seen one one avenue in which you know. I'm curious if it's going to be used as a way of striking down the law because the whole argument is well i mean you know. It's not the state that's enforcing this. You know it's private citizens but remember private citizens who are looking. The snitch are incentivized with a ten thousand dollar reward. Where does that money come from. Oh great point anna well then obviously coming from the state hence it stayed enforcement. There's no question about that. And that's a great legal point Apparently the five supreme court justice missed it And remember they're gonna come back to the case but meanwhile they're letting This clearly unconstitutional law. Go but guys. The thing about the vigilantes to Issues problems one is now. We've made a state filled with ten thousand nine this these that so they're all going to be up in everyone's business oshii pregnant and she pregnant is a six weeks. How would you know it's six weeks but then dumb they don't know they're now oldest. You have sex the other six six. We want to get my ten thousand dollars. Spying on women bunch of brownshirts running around religious fundamentalists wackos and trying to get rich and violating all of our privacy and our freedoms. They never meant a word they said. If there was an honest media in this country you would know what hypocrites right wing are. But they're always being coddled and babied maybe religious fundamentalisms a good idea. Maybe we should enforce your wackadoo ideas on everyone else. As if that's what america's about but the second problem with the vigilante part is and they allowed from out of state so what's going to happen is some right-wing billionaire is going to just file case after case after case after case and it doesn't even have to be true guys because what that does is it bogs down clinics with impossible legal costs and then they all show they will all be shut down bankrupt because of the legal fees in the. Meanwhile even if you were to win eventually and get them back as somehow put them back in place as sort of them. They've prevented abortion for. God knows how long in the state of texas and now it's spreading like wildfire as soon as this worked florida's considering it and all those other red states are like great. We can put women under our boots. Yes let's take over their bodies. I thought you were against government tyranny. You fricken liars time. All you care about is yourself and so some cheese ball horrible greasy right-wing billionaire man will come along go. Oh and opportunity control women. I'll sue all of these people and again they never care. It's not. It has nothing to do with the bible. They never read it. The bibles pro-abortion they don't care everything is ally. All they want is power justice at all. The only thing they want free is the markets free markets oppression for women and anyone who isn't a privileged male a white male in this country. That's what they want. And that's what they've been fighting for decades. This has been a decades long project and they're succeeding. In the meantime. The question is what are the democrats to what is the left up to. And that's what we'll discuss when we come back from break. I this is benjamin from the uk. True crime podcast. They walk among us. Want.
"jimmy g." Discussed on The Young Turks
"And running. They're more important things than living like his precious stone portfolio in the precious markets. Like there's such hypocrites but honestly at this point that that argument is boring. of course they're hypocrites. Of course they don't care about human lives all they're doing is you know pandering to right. Wingers and single issue voters. Who somehow are able to think of embryos is human lives but when it comes to actual viable living breathing humans who are dying right now thanks to the competence and the greed of right wing lawmakers. They don't care at all they're able to separate those two things somehow I do have some of the Dissenting opinions each liberal justice. Wrote descending opinions dissenting opinion that i want to share with you on just a minute but chink. So first of all an embryo is closer to sperm than it is actual human being. I mean look at us. This is what humans look like. Look in a mirror you saw the embryo. Sperm looks like a probably So what come on so my point to you guys is. We can draw the line anywhere right and we can have a debate about where to draw the line up the reasonable place to draw it in our opinion is when life becomes independent. That means it's an independent human being okay and has its rights but as long as it's dependent whether it's your semen or it's an embryo it obviously doesn't it doesn't have full rights to say the least and that's why roe versus wade is not having an abortion at any time. You know that it says basically third trimester. You're not allowed to have an abortion because at that point it's an independent life so the rest of it is religious views. Oh well i know but the bible says this first of all as always let me just say the bible isn't even say that and if you you don't even believe the bible because if you did the bible agrees with me says no sperm is sacred. That is life. You're not ever spill see now. Why do you do that abomination. Because you don't really care about the bible what you care about is subjugating women controlling then there's no question about that guys if you actually were even a religious fundamentalist we disagree with you but you would say no. No man has ever allowed to spill scene. It's in the bible. It's very very clear. And that is an affront and god thinks that you're killing life that's it you're done with it but you don't believe that none of you believe that if you're right wingers not one of you believe why hypocrisy go read the bible. You don't give a damn about it. That's why you never read it and so now let me give you. Some aren't nonreligious perspective. I don't think abortion is a big deal. Oh my god. You're not allowed to say that. In america we live among religious zealots and the taliban will be so upset. If you say that. I don't care what the taliban thinks whether they're in kandahar or in texas. Oh you're supposed to view that is sacred. Why it's not my bible. I don't believe in your religion. No you have to think like. Why don't i don't think abortion is a big deal at all at all. Well i'm offended. I don't care that you're you're allowed to be offended. It's a free country but we're you're not allowed to do is pass laws where you enforce your views on us your views that are based on religion a religion we do not all share and they set up the country to be free of that we're not supposed to establish a religion and if you don't think that's true you're wrong you're un-american. Those are facts. Read the constitution but these taliban these secrets who to live in texas who wants to subject their wives their moms their daughters to the rule of some creepy old men are going to tell you what to do with your body. God spoke to me and told me. I don't give a damn what you think. God told you okay. This is supposed to be a free country. And i know that the right wing hates freedom. Their favorite thing in the world is subjugation and control hundred percent but our job is to fight back and we're going to aggressively. Well let's get to How the liberal justices You know wrote their dissenting opinions on this.
"jimmy g." Discussed on The Young Turks
"Well the young turks. Jaeger annika with you know. Look we live funny lives because we come in and you know. I certainly i do math. The anna does coming this show. Kind of jovial. Good mood when joking around john. Let's be honest. Call you salt queen for nothing. Okay come out of nowhere all day all right until you came into the office and i accused jank of moisturizing his space. Like how dare you. What are you going to say next. Cul de sac anyway. So good mood but unfortunately the new socks particularly today lately. There's been some strands of hope. A little bit of louis c. But we're not seeing anti blue today. And so unfortunately we've got some really pretty bad news for you guys near borderline apocalyptic so with that. Take it away conservative court. Which of course includes three supreme court justices who are nominated and confirmed during the trump administration decided against blocking texas's antiabortion law which effectively bans abortions past six weeks and encourages private citizens across the country to essentially report on anyone who might be aiding and abetting a woman seeking to have an abortion past six weeks. Now this doesn't mean that the supreme court has weighed in on the constitutionality of this law. Which just went into effect on september first in the state of texas however it does mean that as this case makes its way through the lower courts There is the abortions are legal essentially eighty five percent of abortions and the state of texas happened past the six week mark and so you have abortion providers in the state that have canceled appointments They're being incredibly cautious because they're terrified of these lawsuits being brought against them from private citizens across the country. And so we're in a terrible situation because not only is this impacting women in the state of texas. This will impact women across the country particularly in red states. And these efforts are now being duplicated in places like florida which we'll get to later in the show but let's give you the details of how the supreme court Decided to weigh in on this. And how they refuse to block it. The supreme court's vote was five to four with chief. Justice john roberts joining the court's three liberal members in descent.
"jimmy g." Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"jimmy g." Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Lincoln radio studio at the george washington broadcast center. Jack armstrong and joe getty armstrong and getty. Show i just think this is fundamentally wrong. This divides people this. This enables people to target abortion providers people who give advice people who try to help everything to say we are going to isolate and make life as hard as possible for those who don't have resources but for those who have resources just go to massachusetts or go to new york or go to california. Go somewhere else and that's going to be the kind of tradition. We're going to see in this country so plenty of states have attempted. We'll have passed restrictive abortion laws in recent years but the supreme court steps in our big court steps in and shut them down and a lot of people thought that would happen with this new texas heartbeat law but the supreme court did not last night. They jumped in and six two four five to four with most of the conservatives that have been appointed in recent years being in the majority said. Let's let this fly for awhile. Joe who almost went to law school very nearly can explain why. Yeah before i get to the sure to be confusing analysis. Let me just say. Haven't heard from the annoying sweater elizabeth warren quite some time. She was a constant presence on the front pages for awhile. Who wants a beer. Yeah well she was running for president and she was She looked like she might get it there for a while. So so so. So what does this texas law do. That is a fact as of today the the the most radical abortion change in a state in many many decades to actually take effect. First thing. you need to know and we'll go into a little bit of detail is. The justices made absolutely no ruling on the constitutionality of the law. They didn't even go there all they're wrong. I was listening to msnbc this morning morning. Joe and a female law professor said it is clear at this point that the supreme court is against women's rights shirley nobody would demagogue the issue of abortion and the supreme court and say things that were untrue. Here's the story in on the one hand it's a fairly classic fetal heartbeat law. You cannot perform an abortion after a heartbeat has been detected which is generally around six weeks and or it can be assumed judging by length of time that it would have been detective if anybody had looked at it. The really weird part of this law in californians. You're gonna say oh wait a minute. That sounds familiar. The weird part of the law is it doesn't grant to the state. The responsibility to enforce the law and root out violations it in effect deputises the citizens to report to find and then sue anybody who is performing those abortions and if indeed that lawsuit is successful. The person who sued gets up to ten grand in their legal crops costs covered. So it's like a per pelt bounty given to the citizenry to find abortionist. Who are performing the procedure after a fetal heartbeat could be detected. But so you could like no somebody who got an abortion. Yeah and you're not the father or the dad you just or somebody who knows someone who got an abortion and you could move to the lawsuit and she would sue the provider right. This is similar to and look everybody calm via heck down not defending abortion. I'm not saying. I just all i'm saying is what i'm saying in california. The the ada americans with disability act california has this weird thing called the unruh amendment where it grants people the right to go around and say you're railing in. Your bathroom is an eighth of an inch too low. I'm suing you for your violation of the. Ada spawned this enormous culture of extortionist lawyers. Who who some. Give a crap about the and handicapped people. Most of them are just extortionist and they target to poor people. People don't speak very good english and they say i'm gonna sue you unless you write me a check for five thousand dollars. Eight thousand ten thousand and twenty depending on the business. And and i'll go away if you do that. And the poor terrified people they settle and so these get rich doing this well before we go any further down the road of what this law does though. Isn't it pretty important to point out. If i understand this correctly the supreme court did not say. Yep we think that's a great law five to four. We think that's a good idea. And that's the way it should be and thank god for it. They said no. You didn't make your case for why to overturn that. So try again. Well yeah in effect. But i was getting there so the first of all those laws have unintended consequences in texas. I suggest you rethink it. But here's the interesting part. And to what jack was talking about. The law was crafted so that it would be very difficult to challenging court because you're not challenging the authority the government or the governments of the state governments enforcement abilities because it's crafted so that citizens and sue people so it's it's complicated and weird from a legal standpoint and what the soup said by five to four is you're filings. Didn't really address what they called a complex and novel set of procedural questions. You did a sloppy job of going. After the law which is a mess is admittedly weird. Okay now the liberal said the fairly predictable sorts of things. The court's order is stunning presented with an application. What she said. I'm sorry. Trump's handmaid's tale continues. That's the sort of thing that's being said on the left. Sure presented with an application to enjoy a flagrantly unconstitutional law engineered to prevent women from exercising their constitutional rights. Innovate judicial scrutiny. Said just as sort of are a majority of justices have opted bury their heads in the sand chief justice roberts joined with the liberal But he said the statutory scheme before the court is not only unusual but unprecedented. The legislatures imposed a prohibition etc essentially delegated enforcement of the prohibition to the populace at large the desired consequence appears to be to insulate the state from responsibility for implementing and enforcing the regulatory regime but he and the conservatives made clear this is abc soul -lutely not a judgment on the constitutionality or unconstitutionality law. This is just a legal question. Arcadia the complexity of filing an appeal of spring court. They did. they didn't ask the right questions. Try again which is what happens. A lot with supreme court decisions and it gets lost among people like me. Because you know i don't actually read the opinions or understand it. But the the the technical reasons of supreme court rules on various things often get lost in the discussion therefore abortion. They're against abortion rights. Not for gay marriage. It's not that simple quite.
"jimmy g." Discussed on Gangland Wire
"It's my understanding in could have been as much as two to three million dollars because the total take was five to six million dollars. There's a man with the banana family. capito named vinny isauro and he was owed money from the robbery also. I don't know if he got his or not for sure. Kind of most famously. After the robbery wind down we really know about is jimmy. Burke became more more paranoid and he kind of wanted to cut people out of their share but one version. He didn't murder was his elder son. Frank james burke aid been on with and got gotta be seven just for sitting out there in a crash car and as you know the film depicts henry hill. Not even going on this robbery and these book in and never claim to go on it. Now gimme burke son frank. James burke will be murdered years later and may in nineteen eighty. Seven cops responded to shooting in brooklyn and they found frank. James burke body with multiple gunshot wounds a said shortly after this a drug dealer named toyoto ortiz got arrested and convicted of this murder. I guess if i remember right he had some cocaine and he'd cut it way down so really wasn't anything left to it. He was just trying to hustle. This other probably puerto rican drug dinner. Dotty can get away with it. I guess he got he found out. You better be careful you mess with the bull. You get the horn. sometimes. I don't know there's ortiz guy or ot's or anything about him. But i got a feeling what anybody mess with. Paul vario was never charged with the live don's a heist but ends up in penitentiary for another racketeering charge. Three people in that deal henry hill and to jfk. Airport employs go into witness protection. That was louis over and peter. Grunwald unlike goes on german boone group working there anyhow. I guess i'm not really go into the details of the heist other and they had inside. Information took as much five million dollars in cash and jewelry and near. The people that got killed was one of the more famous when he was killed by tom. Dc or the peci character just seven days after the highest because he screwed up his parnell stacks. Edwards is a black dude. He was supposed to get rid of the van new jersey scrap yard he high instead and his dumped it off somewhere. This martin krugman was part of planning on this and it kept harassing burke freeze money that was depicted in the movie and does happen back. In december january. The six thousand nine hundred seventy nine less than a month. After the highest tommy di simone gills him body was never found. These mon will get killed himself. He was identified by one of the guards for some reason because of his well polished shoes. You know he's a dude. That policy was a shoeshine boy when he was a kid and that famous murderer of what's his name billy. Batts famous murder was in the movie where they killed a dude in a joint because comedy simone. He was teasing him about how i used to be. Shoeshine boy killed do just for that. That was a hell of an acting job. Peci did that deal where he acts like. He's mad at ray liotta at henry hill where he said we you know you think. I'm funny how funny how and you get..
"jimmy g." Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Ever met really a good thief was applied. Charming dude had the capability to kill somebody. Henry hill would describe him as a guy that look like a real fighter with large hands in a broken nose. He'd always say that if a fight broke out burke would be all over people in a second he would be married grab. Somebody's tying slammed her face down in the market for the guy. Even new there in a fight had kind of a reputation for being wild. He'd wacky buddy was polite on the other hand so he wouldn't that irish charm more than likely during this time he started building up. A small crew of trusted thieves and henry hill was on them. I'm not sure exactly where they met. Probably the penitentiary during the nineteen sixties. Jimmy burke married a woman named mickey and in one of the more well known stories that illustrate burke temperament was about a former boyfriend making had been bothering her. She complained jimmy and on the day that they were married in nineteen sixty two. The police found this man's body cut up in a much different pieces. They would go on to have two boys now. You gotta listen to this. You got to hear the names of these boys frank james burke and jesse james burke named them after two of the most famous bank robbers train robbers in the united states at one time many like rank right up there with robin hood is being famous. Thieves now. So had a daughter named kathryn. Who would go on to murray a banana family. Member named anthony indelicate whose son of sonny red in delicado and during the commission trial the prosecutor would charge this. Anthony delicado with the murder of carmine glenda. So jimmy burke daughter married one of those guys that killed the carmine the cigar galante the do they founded in that kind of a garden in the back of that god was named talion restaurant in brooklyn with the cigar. Still in his mouth was local. Newspaper guys climbed up a tree and got a really gross graphic shot of carmine glen. Land there the sq arnie's mouth. He met gathered burke when he was independent entering. She was busy no another inmate. He got released from that whole commission trial and murder thing and neighbors promoted to capco and he'll eventually go down another mafia related murder and he is presently penitentiary for that burke families. There's something else i suppose. If you're raised by jimmy. Jim burke you may be prone to the criminal life by the nineteen seventies lucchese family member named paul vario was a paul sorvino character in goodfellas moving had taken notice of jimmy burke and his crew. By this time he had henry hill. Was ray liotta. Tommy di simone was joe patchy character and a guy named angelo sepe. They used a bar..
"jimmy g." Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Let's take a look to see where jimmy burke came from. He was born in the bronx new york so he never strayed too far from his birthplace. Like a guy like by the state up in plattsburg missouri. Why it ever got out of clinton county. He was the illegitimate son to woman named jane. Conway who was a prostitute was actually an immigrant from dublin ireland so he was a real irishman. He was the son of an immigrant directly from ireland. The name of his father was never known. The mother may not even know who the father was at the age of to the social services in new york city took little jimmy conway and put him in the first of many homes and also being some orphan homes or whatever they not enough they're calling orphan homes anymore they call them group living situations more than likely but a large part of his early years was spent in an orphan. Home ran but roman catholic. Church ran by nuns. They'd say that after she gave him up at age two. He never saw her again. Now as with many of these throwaway kids he was in a lot of different places the institutions but a lot of different foster homes. These people take in kids and some of them are good so mark good. They're just doing it for the money and and take a man for Sexual reasons so he would suffer physical and sexual abuse. In some of these different places he had a pivotal event that really shaped life at age. Thirteen again at argue martha foster father while drive a car that the man turned around a smack burke in the back seat. And we've all been there you know. Don't make me reach back there and whack you anyhow when this guy did this. He crashed the car and he died the disease man's widow plane burke and gave him regular beatings until he was actually taken back into social services in place with another family. The next one sometime. After that i don't know if was one directly after that but as sometime after that a family named burke which is worried in with this name berg took him in as a foster child and they had a he would say later. That claim comfortable and safe environment and he loved those people. he lived. daddy's teenage years on rockaway beach close to ocean promenade. You guys it live in new york city and know that you'll know exactly where that is and they never really stray too far from there either. Gone across the bay. Just a little bit said burke would never forget their kindness and for the rest of his life he would visit these foster parents on special occasions and when he started making some money start leaving large amounts of cash unmarked envelopes forum periodically. The burk family had adopted him so he took the family name and koeppen some say that he buried part of the nineteen seventy eight lufthansa heist some of the lute that was never found at the burke house on their property.
"jimmy g." Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland. Wire hosted by former kansas city police intelligence unit detective gerry gca wire-tappers to the studio gang gang-land wire. I'm here all alone again today. I researched james jimmy. The jan burke. I had listener named paul blackwood from edinburgh scotland. Email me with some great compliments about the show. So thank you all hope. You're listening to this. Try to remember to say email just before. I have this one released. But anyhow paul suggested that do a story that focuses more specifically on jimmy burke or jimmy the gentleman i looked around and i agreed with. Paul burke is mentioned on a lot of podcast. We all wanna talk about the famous. Lufthansa highs won't talk about henry hill. Some of the other mob people in the lucchese family but it seems like i couldn't really find a show that was just focused on burke. So james jimmy the gent burke. Don't forget to hit me. Up on. Ben mo mommy Cup of coffee once in a while or maybe go through. Donate on the podcast. I appreciated helps pay the bills and keep me going now. Burke may be one of the most famous mob associates of all times. I would say oh. They're salmon chicago that letter associates in chicago. But because of course henry hill in robert deniro. Planning why he probably would be the most famous mob guy who is not a made man. If henry hill had not gone into witness protection henry hill. Nah done that. Book with nichols pledge wise guys or if the famous filmmaker martin scorsese hadn't taken wise guys and pledges booking gap alleged to help write a script and titled goodfellas. And when robert deniro took the part of jimmy the gent his place in history was assured. I'll tell you that especially mob history in my humble opinion this book and fillmore arguably the best depictions of day-to-day mob life. Ever that i've ever seen it was. I thought it was amazing. Aided heckuva job with the casino and see the egos of these guys are once a turn or just amazing when lefty rosenthal heard robert de niro was gonna play him. He's dope lead yoyo. I'll work with the work on this..
"jimmy g." Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"The rookie quarterback went eight fourteen. For one hundred two yards two touchdown and interception and after the game kyle shanahan said. The starting quarterback situation is similar. The start of camp with jimmy g. being under center but also wouldn't commit to naming a week one starter so shannon should pray start. We want no. I.
"jimmy g." Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"Fast kid. Five o'clock where a good so as you've probably already guessed from listening to the song it's five o'clock somewhere and what it's obviously referencing. That are singer is suffering from disgruntle. Metria i know. It's really a shame. Which obviously we all know is the inability to distinguish the passage of time. And so for jimmy. it's he doesn't. It's five o'clock anytime anywhere. He just doesn't know five. It's four it was too now it's ten. He can't tell anymore i know. That's a rough. Yeah you've painted a rough picture for sure. Say that almost sap some of the fun and whimsy out of the song. I mean especially when you can say to member of plates and flip flops and t shirts and wind chimes and christmas ornaments and all manner of things that wall clocks. Let's say five o'clock somewhere on them. Well i mean it's even sadder if you think about that. It's usually the result of like some sort of trauma to the sara bellum so like what kind of history does jimmy have that he can no longer tell what time it is or how long it's passer. Perhaps this was from a stroke or a seizure of some sore. I know we have to consider all this in the differential. We really aren't given enough information to make a firm diagnosis. So i'm just doing the best i can. In addition to the inability to mark the passage of ours and therefore tell time effectively. If you have this disorder you're also gonna have issues with space spacial recognition and with short term memory. And i really think that if you if you're familiar with more songs from jimmy buffet. This is all starting to come together. There are other songs called things like. Who's the blonde stranger. I heard i was in town. If the phone doesn't ring it's me. I used to have money one time. Nobody from nowhere. She's going out of my mind. That's rough and where's the party. Where is the party. can't find it. Everybody celebrates the song. And i just. It's hard for me. It's hard for me to understand fried it too too awfully depressing. Thank you folks for enjoying with us. The million some cheeseburgers plant us alison cheeseburger. I thought we get to the fast part. I'll share together. We're so happy that we got to sit here. And just kind of goof around and stare the music attorney bunker with you. Thank you to the taxpayers medicine. Sandra program thanks to jonathan golden cruise staff for making the show. Come together and ask us on the boat everything so thank you very much. Thank you for coming all the best. I love you so as we say every week on the show. My name is justin. Macaroni and sydney has always. Don't.
"jimmy g." Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"It all right all right so this pirate is looking at forty and already tell. I don't like this. I'm thirty nine years old. And i don't like what you're about to do already with my heart and my mind. I have a pass. Is there one pass where i can hit a buzzer and say no jammies and we skip one. Is that ability. Has there ever been on saba. Never so i can only assume that as this pirate looks forward at forty. He's thinking about his preventive health care. And what kind of screening tests he might need and what he might need to talk with his primary care physician about his upcoming. Well check right. That's what we all think about right. That's normal and so. I just went ahead and looked up some recommendations for jimmy buffett. I assume that the this is a male just because jimmy buffett singing song. And there's some questions if you're going to look at like the. Us preventative services task force recommendations for how screening there a couple of questions so male pirate looking at forty for a pirate looking at forty tobacco. User i went ahead and plugged in. Yes i feel like a lot of pirates. Probably smoke right. Probably say something. The other question is sexually active definitely plugged in. Yes for that for sure. Okay so i apologize for the pirate assumptions. If you if you're pirate. And i got that wrong i apologize. I shouldn't make sweeping generalizations so for this pirate who's looking at forty. We're going to definitely want to check a blood pressure and discuss you know regular monitoring of your blood pressure there also some screening tests. We need to screen for hiv for syphilis. We definitely need to talk about tobacco cessation. I know that's hard. It's a pirate lifestyle. Probably all your buddies are smoking too. But it's not good for you. It's worth the effort. Scurvy is actually not in the preventive services task force gregory. I know that seems. There's nice greedy tetris curvy. Although certainly if my patient was a pirate i would bring it up. That's where we got great a evidence now as we go ahead and include some of the great be recommendations because we like to do things that are evidence based and we may as well expand to the evidence. It's not quite as strong as great. Abe is still pretty good. It's great be so. We're going to screen for for depression for diabetes. We're going to talk about unhealthy alcohol use. I have to assume this is an issue. Could be he's a pirate. Remember and we're going to talk about some like healthy exercise nutrition definitely getting plenty of vitamin c. Because we are a pirate safe sex and maybe we need to start some sort of cholesterol lowering.
"jimmy g." Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"With the sound. I could've sworn cities applauses. Hello everyone welcome to the cruise. If thank you for coming back. I thought you would only watch me if i was talking about. Tyra banks book model. And now i'm relieved so if you've been paying attention to the world at large for the past month or so you've probably already guess what we're going to be talking about this evening here on our medical history program and so let's spray down a little bit calm down. And let's have a frank and open discussion about the music of jimmy buffett the last couple of on the cruise. We've done some stuff. That was pretty gross challenging challenging. And we thought you know the world is hard right now. Maybe we need to relax. And who's better relaxing than jimmy buffett. No one and there is a lot you can do with with his body of work when you look at jimmy buffett's music. There's a lot of a medical you know applications a lot of history a lot of a lot of things we can read into it if you wanna make a podcast about that and so we're going to take an indepth medical. Look at at some of the works. There are so many..
"jimmy g." Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
"Different than than the story of people that came here in the forties twenty every immigrant story or or came from down south to the north charles. It's that whole dynamic. That's great man. While i'm looking forward to to check it out onscreen as well and i was reading about this Jimmy it is the thirtieth anniversary of your emmy win for la law. Which i remember. I can't believe that it was it was had long ago. What do you remember about that time specifically the the time on the show short time on the okay. Let's go down and that whole era the time on the show. I'm on the show was special because it was everything was also new in terms of a different level in this business a different playing fields and and i really lucked out on so many levels. The relationship that i had developed with the producer creator of that particular show steven bochco lasted for many years. Afterwards and you know manifested itself in beautiful kinds of ways It's probably one of these talking to you right now. A because of that relationship but it just looked out in terms of the what the meaning of ensemble is that group because it was a big group of really talented actors. A lot of them having now the roots in the theater. And i think that a lot to do with the way we kind of vied with each other you know and hey you know you know because you've been situation window went when when the vibe is good it creates a good work exactly and then there's magic them knowing. You're you know one of the spokes in particular wheel and knowing that on a particular day i would just be particular episode i would just. The thing was about holding the door open for harry. Hamlin or blair underwood's corbin birds says character but that the next episode. I was gonna have a swimming really strong courtroom case because it was about lawyers in los angeles right. Great show great cast. Who has you rattle off the names right there. You are also great man on dexter. That was a lot of fun. How'd you like I do like working on. that show. must've been was the a lot of fun completely. Different obviously from allah. That was great because it was it was switching it up and what people had perceived. Tv's very fluid kind of thing. So you become if you're gonna show you're lucky enough to be in a show six seven years and there's a perception of what the character is but what you know your your essence bleeding through so much more so with a nice way to kind of switch it up and that was a wonderful cast as well. The michael c hall was just so.
"jimmy g." Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"A five year old. And my my assistant has as a toddler. Now and i just when i see him. I just reminded of this period. That i called high stakes. Boredom which is just like watching a kid like the same thing fifty times. But you can't take your eye off them because they might fall and split their skull open on like a twig or something you know or poke their own eye out with just for fun. I yeah and you signed up for it again did you. Were out from under it from head to in the lear. Yeah it was on a magic carpet ride to europe. Yeah and you're like. I can't wait to change my parents diapers. I wanna change a diaper now. My oldest daughter turned thirty this summer. You know i could be a grandfather soon. Yeah that's a spread. Wow does it keep you young though. I kind of feel like the longer the babies are around it. Kinda keeps you from slipping into an old and crotchety keep young and makes you old. I think yeah. Yeah yeah. I get that. It's it's a lot of responsibility. When sometimes i feel like my wife doesn't understand that i did this once already like similar like suppose. It's if i'm not holding up my end of the bargain going. Oh my god. Do you know how many times i woke up milk. Well now is l. Just like it's the burden of it. It's like i don't wanna do that or is it just kind of that like this sweat things more than you do. Just because you've been through it the via yeah. I think so for sure. I think that's natural. I think there's a when you have adult children. I'm sure as you realize your kids. Are you know right there. Yeah realize like oh okay all that stuff. I was worried about him. Maybe maybe it was wearing a little bit too much about that grant often right so you have that wisdom to comfort you and then you know like for instance. My son is four years old. And he's got this best friend named trae a- loves us kid you know and trays moving and my wife's very upset about it. She's like he's gonna miss trae so much going on what he's not even going to think about trying to tell you right now that This is he doesn't understand what moving means Is like a dog where you leave the house in the morning and the he's panting and then you come back at at night and he's jumping on you..