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"john barr" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:03 min | 2 months ago

"john barr" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Straight talk wireless John Barr gonna join us at eleven thirty eastern about ten minutes from now or so he is doing a story that bears I believe tomorrow night about Roy Halladay perfect game no hitter in the playoffs I believe we're approaching the ten year anniversary of his perfect game and so we will talk to John Barker about an amazing workhorse pitcher who and none of us got to know so well that any of us could have expected the way that he died in a plane crash hopped up on way too many drugs so we will talk to John Barr about that about ten minutes I heard Charlie manual on we go looking window this morning did players it is clubhouses manager people who are closest to him he hit it so well they had no idea which is when you consider how much time they spend together yeah but he was a professional stoic like that's that what you knew about him is that he didn't show you anything like even even after he threw a perfect game and his no hitter like he wasn't giving you a whole lot of emotion one of the things that we've enjoyed doing here during the pandemic is Mike Ryan has been mining the former Marlins president David Samson for information and David Samson tell some Amazing Stories the latest local hour is a look into the Montreal Expos that you will not here anywhere else and just know that the mafia's involved so we will get to that at some point but David Sampson told a story here on the local hour with Mike about eight bus and we want to replay that story for you here so that I can tell you what Tom Brady needs to do with this escalated his that's going for three hundred thousand dollars play that story please Bristol you know the Marlins boss if you ever seen the Marlins bus around town it was John Henry's motor coach she bought and and from scratch a two million dollar motor coaches like a tour bus that couches and TV's and direct TV and he would drive it back and forth from his house in Boca to pro player and then spring training him back this was his boss and a condition of the sale is he wants to keep the boss you wanted to have the bus for him in Boston and right before the deal was closing its my famous and favored by story is I call John Henry I said by the way we're taking the bus he lost his mind he hung up on me start wearing because I just wanted to give I was so annoyed with the way they do send in David Ginsburg were acting that I said you know what I don't care I'll walk away from this deal over this boss John Henry at a black tie event he was at a wedding he walks out of the wedding he calls me and he started swearing at me right St I'm telling you right now this is my F. and boss I'm not even talking about this but the fact that you made me step out of this party about this bus this is an outrage I see John let me be very clear enjoy your wedding there is no deal without the bus click next phone call I get is from Major League Baseball Bob do pay you're gonna blow up the biggest franchise swap historic you're a part of history David and you're telling me over two million dollar bus you are gonna blow this transaction up I said Bob I'm telling you now know by snow deal David are you being serious are you flexible missing anyway I said Bob I will die on the box your days later John Henry gave up the Boston he really didn't talk too much after that and we don't have the bus you still have the bus as a bus when it when Jeter closes you will arrive at the soccer even better than that we're selling to Jeter Jeter is that I pay attention to anything other than the fact that Iran is not getting the team that's all I care about literally that was it so there's an asset in the deal it's an asset deal which means you're buying assets used by the assets from us from Jeffrey and one of the assets was the bus so this bus now is by the way this bus can go forever this bus can go to a million miles it's got fifty thousand a hundred thousand miles on it this bus is gold I am sitting in PJ wireless office with Jeff call nine eight J. lo yellow is the communication the guy who hates all of you guys because you do nothing but manipulating yeah you can even listen to these local hours right he has like PTS D. from a sweat standpoint so he's worried and worried so we're sitting in his office me Jeff Connolly hello I said call nine what this team is being solved but I have a crazy idea let's call Jeffrey let's buy the box the two of us so we call Jeffrey say Hey Jeffrey we want to buy the best from you and Jeffrey said well I don't care does Jeter is cheer think he's getting the bus I said who cares we're just going to take it out of the deal general Kerry one of the difference Jeffrey Loria sold the bus to me and call nine for ten grand we call nine and I started a company to buy the bus it's called W. G. T. F. B. L. L. C. we got the Afghan boss L. three so still got this is what I'm telling you if we're able to gather in public with people anytime soon in the near future that bus will be a part of our next mask mas Miami event like we're going to get that bus to be in the middle of something that we're doing but I believe that because Tom Brady is selling his three hundred thousand dollar tricked out amazing escalade he's selling it for three hundred thousand dollars meek mill says you can have his for two hundred thousand dollars and his is bullet proof but if you want Tom Brady's it's going to cost you three hundred thousand dollars and given that the head of barstool just paid a quarter million dollars to watch a Monday Night Football game with Roger Goodell borstal needs to buy that but that that escalate like why would you not bite the Tom Brady escalate if you could throw to wonder if you have the money to throw two hundred fifty thousand dollars at a Roger Goodell watching a game with him for a night why would you not buy the Tom Brady escalade for three hundred thousand dollars of your barstool makes perfect sense to me yeah I mean it you know five hundred and fifty thousand dollars on unnecessary things sounds like a good business model and I believe they're making decent money gambling money's coming Mr guts the gambling money is coming before everybody John Barr joins us next that is straight dog is brought you by straight talk wireless no contract no compromise your smart speaker now playing ESPN radio can we go mornings on ESPN radio E. 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Fresh "John Barr" from This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:00 min | 3 min ago

Fresh "John Barr" from This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

"I'm John Barr. And here's the latest conditions from the Finley Toyota Traffic Center on your rally freeways. No major events or slow down to 15 or 95 injury Accident 15 South out of Flamingo on your Valley Surface streets, Injury Records, Canyon Park and Scott Village Construction, causing delays in Tropicana between Maryland Parkway in Boulder Highway Rough Things Slow Down. I'm Tropicana between Spencer in Maryland Parkway for construction on Ginger cake with your radio dot com traffic. Pretty nice Wednesday. Coming your way a little bit of that wildfire smoke will stay in the air today. Although stronger south southwest winds through the afternoon should help Finn it out. We'll look for sunny skies and those winds up to about 25 miles an hour. Temperature's too bad just slightly above normal At 104 this afternoon, I made news now. Weather anchor Sherry sweats for new stockade 40 Kxnt. Breaking news and traffic for Las Vegas at your fingertips favorite kxnt through your radio dot com APP. It's open enrollment season and Medicare is a Christian healthcare sharing ministry that saves most families about.

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"john barr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:50 min | 2 months ago

"john barr" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"For me with a teaming once. I don't believe he was good to do his insincerity. That's as good as you to of ever been. Hey you sounded sedated. You sounded like a sedated Fonte. Listen there's not much to get excited about. But the way he's had but I think we can all get excited over a professional transition. Dnc Daniel Cordray will be on with us at noon Eastern. I thought your take with stronger yesterday. Mike when you call it a flaming third. I mean it is say you can't win with these DC folks you you just can't. It's like oh he didn't finish the movie was we didn't didn't. I do like Batman. Versus Superman happened happened. I don't know ev Sucker Punch happened. There's not even d c like come on just a flaming it's flaming it's playing and now we're going to stretch out. A flaming torch made along flaming turn and it's just okay. So we're GONNA make a terrible movie marginally better and you're asking for re-shoots where do you get off? Where do you get? I don't understand this. Where is this coming from? How many chances do you need? Let's update sue. God's we've been negligent and not doing it this week and philosophically. I will say to you that if you have heard some of these we've only played them once but if you've heard some of these you're in the minority if you're the person hearing this for the second time usually most people are hearing it for the first because we've got a lot of different content that we're giving you and not everyone is listening to every morsel of everything that's happening around here so because our looks like tournament is among the most popular things we do because we already did our. Ncaa tournament we are now in our nit. Looks like which is also replete and resplendent with a lot of teams that we thought should be in the big tournaments so let's update the voting That you'll be able to do all weekend to narrow this down. We are downs to God's to the sixteen final teams in the in the northwest region. The number one seed is represented by Gardner. Minhsiu looks like the local tennis pro. Who is actively dating three wealthy women over the age of seventy five? It'd be hard to beat Adam. Silver's a five seed. He's always hard. Beat he is facing Gardner Menchu and represented by Adam. Silver looks like the upside down exclamation point at the beginning of an emphatic Spanish phrase. So good so good. How's that GONNA lose so good number seven seed is Doris Burke? This one's good too in the northwest region. Doris Burke looks like the divorce court. Judge who peers side you over her glasses with disdain as your soon to be ex wife describes what you do for a living. Another Adam Silver's so that's a good one but it's going to be tough to beat the three seated Adam silver. Which is Adam Silver? It looks like an Oscar statue before bronze that's good. I'm not sure that shouldn't win the whole damn thing. I'm not sure door to me. I'm not sure it couldn't have won the regular tournament. The South West region aid seed. So we've got some upsets here. I think not there but we have had some upsets that you're about to see an eighth seed. Mark Davis is represented by mark. Davis looks like the old woman on an episode of Cops that ends up getting taste because she refuses to put out her cigarette so good so good. Tell me that that's going to beat the four seed less miles less miles. Looks like someone who says do me a flavor less is not losing that you think less is better than looks like the old woman in an episode of Cops who ends up getting taste because she refuses to put out her cigarette at Yes. Wow all right look forward. The results of the two seed is Freddie. Kitchens represented by Freddie. Kitchens looks like a forklift driver at a Budweiser warehouse facing. Yeah good facing Meena climbs the three seed meaning. It looks like she exaggerates. Allowed golf as he'd smoker walks by on the street the east west region which doesn't make any sense whatsoever has a one. C Terry Bradshaw represented by Terry Bradshaw. Looks like the Middle School Janitor. That air guitars with his mop. Mike Vrabel the five seed represented by Mike Rabl. Looks like he takes women to his beer league softball game on a first date this good. Nit Tournament man to seed Gardner minhsiu represented by Garner. Menchu looks like the camp counselor in charge of ZIP line for his eleventh consecutive year. Gardner Menchu's GONNA lose to the three seed here Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka rap. Linka looks like the guy who cuts in front of your family at the airport gate to ask if there's a separate lounge diamond status members miles collision course. Yes the West West region. The nonsensical West West region has a one seed it represented by trey. Wingo looks like the doctor that comes in with your test results and says I've got bad news. Miss My teatime facing the four seed. Stan van Gundy represented by Stan Van. Gundy looks like the guy at the bar who keeps putting his hands in the free peanuts bowl and when he realizes he's about to finish picks up the basket waves it in the air side to side so the bartender can give him a refill. Could we get stand to read? That was stand not interested in reading his own. Looks like there are a lot of Stan. Van Gundy looks like number to see. This is good. This could win the tournament to to seed is Mike Greenberg. Looks like the guy who holds his nose when jumping in the pool has a very good shot of woody. He tire thing facing the three seed. Will Cain who looks like will cain. Looks like the Guy who bought his wife a treadmill for Christmas. For very good to at Lebatardshow you could vote for all of those. We will pair it down and we will give you some updates next week. I do want to tell you next to God's about what I believe. Someone should do with Tom. 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"john barr" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"john barr" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"The Dow right now down about one forty nine is sitting at twenty four one eighty one so that is the latest well what is probably the safest place in the world to me to avoid the covert nineteen can you imagine can you think about her second where would you imagine that would be that's the most remote place in the world they're also saves from coronavirus Antarctica she only tried a virus free continent zero cases have been reported zero cases sign up you will start right what booking trips to Antarctica Madison so well and I work as the official native population around five thousand people who have a fifty basis most of them are scientists and researchers in the only threat for coronavirus there it was cruise ships and since expeditions never got there before the worldwide pad and then I can't it's likely there will be no cases as the winter sets in there the continent is completely cut off from the right now so the keeping themselves code nineteen free by just being away from the rest of the world well all right well there you go and as you heard rush talking about the in Hawaii they are telling you if you come here even if you're a visitor Hawaii or you even live here and coming back to nineteen fourteen days if not chance of being arrested there so just letting you know how how things go all right we got a lot more going I'll talk to him about the opening on the weekend and somebody of things that will be opening sports wise as well but first let's check in with traffic and weather together I'm John Barr and his the latest conditions from the Findlay Toyota traffic center this report is brought to you by that that gross injury accident ninety five south on at sunset in.

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"john barr" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

03:19 min | 4 months ago

"john barr" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Behind the glass we have rob cherry coming up at ten tonight it is the bar to show John Barr should in for the evening the late show tonight coming up at ten o'clock or play a couple clips for yourself she came back to Reno what you know what we don't hear enough from these days I I loved Shane Victorino my favorite players he I did an interview with **** with a buster only the S. P. N. they they had a whole bunch of topics in this but really it was primarily by the two thousand a Phillies and playing on that team in that run I don't wanna play come for here the first one on chase Utley this a great story like the toughness of chase Utley we we know about it but you know I think a lot of stuff we probably don't even here this was a story I didn't know and I thought was pretty cool this is Victorino on chase Utley's toughness all right I mean I sent it to you you know and I'm sure I could see the cracks but also a gamer you know people always talked about how you know I love them like the nation's national L. club again I said all along I always look at it back when I played by Adam and and and that was the parts are all those years playing behind you know chase Utley and watching how he goes about what he does every day I was told that I was not your motivation you know the Goldwater elevate my game but yeah I mean the most to me the topic die you know that I've ever played with I mean I think we can pay once but it's just something you know you're born that way I always tell people there's not something you go in your career there's one checked out and you know one mentality and you know he's he's seen that individual aspect almost on the only historical stories are are you know I remember to be mine once he Donald we're in Washington we had a no back report with them and we are here I think was larger dukes and I remember telling myself live okay we have the lives of we've got a signed agreement yet our site you'll find a way to get wandered out of the middle and sure enough he got it you come here a second I remember like telling myself and watching it I was actually bench that he came in hard every second base and I remember telling myself he had to have countries right there would exclude our bottom and not a lot I load all of just recently just over the border you know first and get the ball player goes about the game and I remember coming in a close out game was done and I was in the in the training room didn't he pulled out of stock and there's little your cleat marks on the top of the bottom of the meat to the bottom of this his ankle bone and I said to myself this guy did not even thought and I was my ultimate story of what I could do myself like this during your detox is through adversity I mean that that is that's chase Utley for you right there doesn't even flinch as he gets completed and then he's got a big market is like it's like at a big deal it was broken man's leg with his face the dead and then it caused a meltdown in New York like you've never seen before yes chase Utley as tough as nails here's victory now on the whole you know what we talk about the great games to rewatch the game that the Phillies took on CCS about the in the two thousand eight and L. D. S. is is an under rated fillies classic in here is victory on the grand slam hit off a CCO at that moment was the best pitcher in baseball.

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"john barr" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

14:19 min | 6 months ago

"john barr" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Time for life for Larry Nassar but there are so many other people involved in this that have not yet really been held accountable for their role and I wonder if that is part of the reason for this book. Dan Is it that you've you've reported on it but there's just more to tell absolutely. Yeah I think the the sort of sentencing hearings were learning. Outsor- was sentenced to one hundred and seventy five years in prison. That was the main one that a lot of people paid attention to in January twenty eighteen. And I think that's when most of the world that's aware of that story became aware of it was because it was kind of a a viral moments in the court room And John and I've been covering for you know for more than a year at that point. John for fifteen sixteen months and I think a couple of months after that settle down me had a couple of conversations with each other and decided that there was so much that happened that led up to those moments that people might not understand How much hard work and perseverance went into getting into that courtroom so we wanted to to tell that story and explain to people how hard and rare that that moment of justice invalidation was for those women and then also explain all of the things they had to overcome which were the enablers that were the the whole culture and system. That allowed necessarily get away with this that we felt that. If you weren't paying close attention for a long time you might not have fully understood. Well that's part of it of course right that it would be easier and more palatable to believe that this terrible person had been caught and that meant it was the end of this but really. What's the larger conversation is not just about? Larry Nassar but what is the culture that we live in that allows for things like this to go on all over the place beyond just Michigan State and gymnastics John You name the book start by believing and it is Larry. Nassar's crimes the institutions that enabled him in the brave women who stopped a monster. But tell me about. Start by believing in why that's the name you went with. Well Rachel denhellender was the first woman to come forward and publicly accused Larry Nassar of sexual assault when she filed a police report with Michigan. State Police Back in August of twenty sixteen and when she had her first meeting with Detective Lieutenant Andrew Month for at the end of the meeting. Mumford had a small so the white paper on what she took down. Rachel's contact information and other top of that look like taper. She wrote the words. Start by believing and when we heard that anecdote. We thought this would be a perfect title for a book and that story along made it perfect title for a book so again. I would do in a situation like that. We do the word. Start by believing to see if anybody else had a book name. Start by believing or just what would come up and turns out. There's a very established program called stuff by believing it was started by a woman named Joanna archambault with the group and violence against women and national they do training and advocacy work on behalf of survivors of sexual assault and And the whole point of the program is when sexual assault survivors are greeted with skepticism by law enforcement by their families by society at large there denied an opportunity to heal and when all of those at the teams can greet sexual assault survivors from position of believing it just makes for much better outcomes and so we were thrilled. We kind of had a little bit of moments of doubt not knowing if the group would embrace the title of our book but we reached out and they wholeheartedly embraced the title. And we'll just thrilled that naming bookstore by believing. Can you know by extension? Bring some great attention to to work that they do. I wrote a story about why we victim blame surrounding Larry Nassar but the larger conversation and really it was inspired by conversations that I have on social media that disappoint me so much because of the immediate response that people have to not believe women when it comes to issues of domestic violence and sexual assault and I wanted to understand why people would feel that way and fascinating leader. There's actually a pretty widely known theory that's called the just world fallacy. Which is the idea that if you believe that people who follow the rules that are good people they will not have bad things happen to them and so if you don't make the same quote unquote mistakes as the people who are subject to this cruelty. Then you won't face the same fate It of course isn't true. There are plenty of good people doing all the right things that still suffered terrible tragedies and cruelty but it's it's a safe place for people to go instead of believing that the world is unfair. And you could. You can be subject to some of these things regardless of your actions when Dan. You're you're writing about the culture that exists in and why it's important to start by believing what other reasons have you heard or explanations for why in our society. We have a tendency to victim blame and to go to that. I Yeah I think that's a great question and one that we wrestled with in writing the book and I think there's you know within the sportsworld. There's definitely just the sense of tribalism. I think that rears its head very quickly and people never give it a second thought if you come after their team or their community or or whoever it might be but one of the things that we came across beyond that especially with the sexual abuse and crimes that are sort of unthinkable heinous ugly that we wanna believe in you know similar to what you just said we want to believe in the goodness of other people and it seems that someone could be that evil so if we're presented with an alternate plausible solution of what may have actually happened. We tend to think in that way. I think if Larry Nassar was a master at anything it was in giving people a plausible excuse for what he was doing whether that was coaches or medical personnel or train police investigators or the gymnasts themselves he found ways to give people another reason another way to look at what he was doing in an option to think that maybe it wasn't the worst possible scenario. Yeah and I think you mentioned also in sports specifically there. Is this desire to believe that if someone is achieved a lot at something. They're celebrity and music or sports or otherwise that must mean also that they're a good person and that we feel like we know them so that we want to believe them more than whoever the anonymous person is who is accusing them of something. And how do you even express to someone sort of the illogical nature of that John? The idea that you that you know that someone is a good person simply because they're good at sports. Well look if I mean. If you're applying that example to the case of Larry Nassar He. He also had the power of the white coat right. He had the power of the medical profession. And and there's just this unbelievable instinct and all of us to trust doctors and that was by no means the only thing he used to manipulate a girls and young women and their parents and coaches and really everybody he also used. The force of his personality in his personality was very nonthreatening. It was Kinda goofy. He was the guy who was the friendly person. The the friendly year in these gyms. The coaches were often abusive and ruled the roost through intimidation and fear He was the guy who brought gymnasts who will denied food and whom were afraid to eat. He brought them snacks. So the interesting thing was kind of a fascinating thing. I was to hear so many survivors. Larry Nassar talk about how they loved him and how apart of them still loves him today. And there's sort of this economy where he could be that person simultaneously. Be this monster who did heinous things to them and he could be both of those things at the same time. I'm not so sure that answers your question but it was sort of an interesting storyline. To explore warden. Yeah and Dan. I think. Part of that is to kind of the heartbreak that a lot of us felt for the gymnasts who said they didn't even really understand that they were being abused until came out and spoke out about it and then they reflected on their own experiences with Larry Nassar and realized that they had victims. Do you get into that in the book. And and how difficult is it to talk to someone about those moments of realization and the complicated feelings that they might have about Larry and this love? They still have from despite knowing what he done. Yeah and I think that speaks a bit too. Just how convincing of a manipulator he was. It wasn't just people that had heard complaints and decided ignore them. He convinced the women that he was assaulting that he wasn't assaulting them A lot of it is because of that. The facade built up and some of the most heartbreaking interviews that I did have John and I did were athletes. That felt something must be wrong here. But they believed so much in who Larry was and his expertise as a doctor that they felt. If something was wrong something must be wrong with them and for years. They carried this guilt that they for some reason were dirty. Your head unclean thoughts and this was a problem that they had to deal with. And like you said it wasn't until these reports became public that people fully realized the roots of some of these both mental health issues. They were having and some of them manifested as physical health problems because they just didn't fully understand what happens at that point. Well down the the parents to write and some some of the stories about parents who were in the room and were blocked either by Nasser or or screens or other things. But we're technically in the room with their daughters while they were being abused and how we would use that on both ends the daughter would say well my mom's right there so this must be fun in the payer would say my daughter seems fine so nothing must be going on. Besides a regular routine treatment those interviews I imagine would be tough to for the guilt that they might feel and not having known what was going on. Yeah absolutely I mean again. Those were some of the toughest ones Speaking to a couple of different parents remember Jonah. Nice sitting at a at a coffee shop and Eric Coffee Shop in Kalamazoo Michigan talking to Rachel denhellender. Parents you know long after all this had become public and you know us all kind of struggling as Rachel's dad fought back tears Explaining his own guilt that he still held onto after all these years for not fully understanding what was going on and You know there are a lot of examples like that that we got into in the book you know one of them is a woman named Kyle Stevens who wasn't even an athlete. Who FOR YEARS AND YEARS? Her father was convinced that something must have been wrong with Kyle because they knew Larry Nassar and he would never have done this and Eventually you know this guy had some other issues that he was working through. But Kyle floats that eventually. That was a big factor in her father's decision to to eventually end his own life by by suicide a few years after he accepted the fact that is daughter had been abused by someone considered a good friend. I remember that meeting in the Coffee Shop with the IRS and that was really fairly early on. I think in in our research for the book and you know we in many ways. We've been doing the research for months with our reporting but you know when we kind of officially do that. We were going to be doing a book. And I. I just remember walking out of there at night With this you know you just felt this incredible sense of gratitude for them for taking the time but your heart just ached for these folks you know it. I can't imagine it as as a parent what it must be like knowing that you know you took your child to a doctor thinking that you were getting treated making them well and then something like this happens. The feeling of guilt must be. I can't even begin to fathom what they must be going through John. You know you mentioned some of the qualities about Larry Nassar. That allowed him to individually. Get Away with it or manipulate people whether the victims themselves are those around him. Let's speak to the larger enabling of others and maybe the a couple examples. I know the first reporting were complaints. Were in the ninety S. Right which is heartbreaking to hear when you realize that this abuse was still occurring in two thousand fifteen twenty sixteen but are there moments where there were some real opportunities for this to come out and people completely mishandled the reporting and the claims from some of the girls. Karen has I talked to you now. I'm I'm in lancing covering the trial of former Michigan State University of gymnastics coach. Kathy clay is and you know she was told according to Larisa Boys and another gymnast who has remained anonymous throughout this entire affair. She was told by those two former youth gymnasts in nineteen ninety seven according to them that they were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar during purported treatment sessions. Both of the women say that they told Clegg's that they were penetrated by Nasser during treatment sessions at Jefferson fieldhouse on the campus of Michigan State University. One of these former gymnast Louis. Boyce was sixteen at the time. Other gyms to hasn't identified herself was fourteen and so they both shared this with Kathy. Clegg as they say on the same day. Back in Nineteen ninety-seven Kathy. Leykis didn't even notify their parents. Catholic Lakers didn't report it to anybody. There's no there's nothing we've found that suggests. She reported it up the chain and now she's on trial for two counts of lying to police because when investigators questioned her about any prior knowledge about Larry Nassar. Touching gymnasts inappropriately joined medical treatment sessions. Klay said no and she now is facing up to four years in prison for two counts of line to believe so and that was just a first. That was just the first time there was another case in nineteen ninety eight involving a softball player. There was a case involving cross country runner. There was a case involving a rower. There was a police. Report filed in two thousand four. That Larry Nassar explained away. Police report filed in two thousand fourteen and on and on and on cow. Stevens is yet another example. She was examined by a psychiatrist from Michigan State University..

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The Mystery of the iPhone 6

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:49 min | 8 months ago

The Mystery of the iPhone 6

"Today the mystery of the iphone six but first we need to go back to nineteen o four and the creation of the vacuum tube before the invention of the Internet. We needed computers. And before we had personal computers we needed integrated circuits and before we add integrated circuits. We had vacuum tubes. You get the idea. Vacuum tubes were the electronic electronic circuitry component required to make telephones radio television and work in the nineteen hundreds to put the limitations of the vacuum tube into perspective. I'll describe an early computer. Consider it filled a twenty by forty foot room. Wade's thirty tonnes and used more than eighteen. Thousand Vacuum Tube so as only fifty percent operational because most of the the time. The technicians were replacing burned out tubes. These tubes auden heated up the room to a hundred twenty degrees now. And William William Shockley the so-called father the transistor that transfers through switch that Apple Faisal flow of electronic signals to create ones and Zeros technology. College over time shrank it down to the size of a virus. But how small is that. Here comes the iphone six. For example sample. It uses the a eight chip which is made up of two billion two billion transistors. There's transistors are now created at the ten nanometer level to put this into perspective considered that a sheet of paper is one hundred thousand nanometers thick so in order to create a ten nanometer sheet of paper one would have to slice a single sheet of paper. Ten Thousand Times thinner to reach that ten nanometer level. You can now you see the growth in vacuum to two nanometer transistor now back to William Shockley. When Shockley semiconductor began operations. Everything thing appeared to be going according to plan shortly after opening shop and recruiting the best and brightest engineers across the country Shockley and his former former Bell lab colleagues Walter Bryan and John Barr Dean. Were notified they all had won the Nobel Prize in physics after after the Nobel Prize celebrations. Everything went downhill quickly. Shockley was known as a brilliant engineer but a horrific manager. He put his employees through a battery of test including psychological tests. Intelligent tests even lie detector tests. Shockley also posted employee salaries publicly publicly and recorded phone calls. He was paranoid individual who believed his workers. Were stealing trade secrets and sabotaging projects. So therefore he wouldn't share findings with his research staff at an insult injury. Shockley was a racist who believe blacks were genetically inferior was subpar implore IQ. So they shouldn't have kids in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. The aircraft Shockley semiconductor lab started up. The division reached thirty employees. Eight eight of the employees Sheldon Roberts. Eugene Kleiner Victor Greenwich Chair last Julius Blank. Cheen Hornet Robert. Noyce and Gordon Moore. Finally said enough is enough and decided to mutiny. Was the best operation for them. You could say the rest is history. They went on to form Fairchild

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"john barr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"john barr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On Cayenne VR, six eight sports leader. Yeah. Just we've been playing around here with my Gervais chest the numbers on Gerber last year. He played with with with Detroit and Atlanta he had forty to advance had four hits. That's a batting average of ninety five. So if you believe in my theory of the law of average, he will hit better than that. Then it's a good acquisition. He's on the uptick is on the uptick. He's on ten I guess Larry's playing around on the internet here. John bar is still going to be with the giants. But we don't know maybe he's changing roles or. Yeah. Hang Schulman says I just ran in ran into recently replaced. Giants scouting director. John is part of the giants contingent in Las Vegas full scope of his if he's duties going forward is TVD city is no animus, here's the quote from John bar. I just want to win another World Series. He understands how baseball works thirty four years in the biz. So John Barr. Who was brought to the giants. Is. It sounds like he's he's no longer the amateur scouting director. There'll be somebody else who has the final say on the amateur draft. But he doesn't sound like he's going anywhere. And he's going to stay in the organizations, and I'll say man, he's hell, yes. Any really if you go McCovey chronicles did a great job over the weekend. Outlining the history of John bars drafts. And you know, this is a guy who I picked with the giants was BUSTER Posey. I mean, you can make the argument that John bar at his profound an impact on those three titles is almost any singular individual not in uniform. So, you know, John bars that has nothing to be nothing to hang his head over on this one, but unfortunately, you know, far on new regime, it's like a political regain, but he's still going. Yeah. You want your own guys in if you're bar? You know, what the hell I mean, if you're amenable to take a different position, everybody's different. Some would say, hey, you're stripping me of my job. I don't wanna look at you anymore. But if he's cool with that you keep getting paid. So, you know, very good for him. I got three other giant notes here. Josh Harrison Friday giants are rumored to be one of five teams interested in Josh Harrison who plays second-place third little left little right. And then this morning came out that the giants have interest in Tyson Ross, the former Bishop O dab kid cow bear Padres been around the block a little bit. But there's one thing far hunts looking for he's looking for starting pitching depth. The number one reason the dodgers have won six straight division titles over the giants. Is there deeper across the board? Forty man rosters deeper and better. And so far Han wants to deepen the giants rotation and Tyson Rossi's interested. There. And it also came out this morning, Gary that the Japanese pitcher that we brought up last week from the CBA lions. You say Kukuchi maybe has the giants as his first choice. Henry showman tweeted that out. Clearly, the giants are very much in on. You say Kukuchi who went seventy three and forty six with a two seven seventy IRA in Japan. Fourteen in four this year ninety six mile an hour fastball. Kind of a big Sean ESTES type curve ball. He's got thirty days to decide which major league team. He wants. Yeah. And what I preface this by saying this, I feel about it. But I think there are a lot of us say great do this do that. But you gotta get you. Gotta get a big guy. He had a big fish. You. Gotta get somebody to roll in here. I just as a giant follower. As a baseball follower. I don't wanna hear we're going to slowly build and go from there. I and again, maybe I'm forgetting. To you. There's only two big fish out there. It's Manny or Harper. Who's your third big? I'm saying so so you're going to be disappointed because they're not gonna if they don't get Manny. And they don't get Harper. Two guys that are rumored to be getting somewhere north of quarter billion dollars guaranteed. You are going to be disappointed in on it. Live set it up for lot of heartache heartache. Yes. Well, they're printing heartache. I think they are going to be in eighteen public. Yeah. The center fielder from the Diamondbacks Diamondbacks are moving in a different direction. I would not be shocked at all if the giants came out of these meetings with HA Polly incentive. Well, let me give you an example. Diamondback fan. I wanna go see you for you just got rid of Goldschmidt give if you get rid of politics..

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"john barr" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"john barr" Discussed on KTOK

"Kind of do a security analysis for you. We're talking through a lot of things for us to cover way back some years ago. I was the editor rifling handler magazines pretty much technical journals when it comes to shooting rifles. And then obviously hand loading. It was fun. It was cool deal. But one of the the high points from working with a felony Bob Hegel, if you ever get a chance if you can find one he had a book that came out called guns loads and hunting tips, and it is a great compilation of his writing there, if you are no about Wildcats and reloading bullets for reloading and all that kind of stuff. It's great. The problem is it's now dated. I mean, it's really good. If you could get copy, I get it. But barring that actually in addition to that there are new books out the talk about all the new stuff that is out and one of those where we're talking about the author right now talk to the author John Barr says a friend of mine joins us right now. He's got a brand new book. Hey, john. Hi, how you doing? I am. Well, you probably are familiar with Bob Hegel work from way back a really good writer. Yes, I have two books. You just mentioned. It's like they are in the on the shelves, you go back, and he pulled now now, but you just prior out your latest book, the big book of gun GAC too. So what is gun GAC? Well, gang khakis what we're doing right now, we're talking about guns. Okay. Refers to a lot of ballistic details. A lot of rifle rifle rifle loonies people like you. And me they will get into this stuff on a level. This is kind of nutty at times. But it makes it fun. There's no end to how deep you can dive into this is there. Oh, no. It just keeps getting deeper and deeper. Talk about it. The more deeper gets, but that's a whole different thing. Looking at the book, and it's really good. But I was struck at how much has changed and a couple of decades since then, especially when it comes to the bullets. We have available would you agree? Oh, yeah. Yeah. We bought all you brought out his game. Lows in practical ballistics book for American mutters, seventy seven the only two really controlled expanding bullets really available to Americans Nassir partition at a bitter bought it for right, right? And now we have zillions. Yes. And it's like, it's almost a yawn thing when it's control expansion that used to be a big deal, and they were hard to find and actually way back then. Before federal federal was first company to load partition bullets you had to be a hand odor. If you're gonna use knowledge perdition bullets. Yeah. Yeah. Actually, brother, the first jumping wasn't really yet. But not many people were buying this early nineteen sixty it was only for whether the federal first major coffee. Yeah. Otherwise,.

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"john barr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Two weeks away and we haven't really touched on yet but are you reading up on or getting on your laptop and checking out the mlb draft situation because the giants have the number two pick and that's something we've got to start talking about the last time they had the number two pick they drafted will clark in nineteen eightyfive right now unfortunately it doesn't sound like there's any will clark out there it sounds like it's sort of a non superstar year but are you paying any attention to that i i've had some conversations with john barr who is heading up i think it's sort of consensus around the board that this is a very deep draft there just isn't a lot of separation at the top there's not a bryce harper machado at the top of the of of the last this year having said that there's a lot of really good players and john three of the first under players we're gonna get pretty three good players is it's very optimistic about the type of athletes will be able to get you know we're talking about that kid from georgia tech the catcher apparently i really actually the coolest thing now you can go into the video and you can look up all of these projects you can look up the top care one hundred they've got little video clips on all of them and i was looking at him i wanted to i was curious about the kid from oregon state the five foot seven and the second baseman who is disliked it up and and and scout again i i watched the big catcher from georgia tech i like what i saw in regards to this way and whatnot so i there's a lot of good athletes out there and i do believe that jansher gonna walk away with three pearls in the first one hundred eighty we're talking about nick magical the second baseman at at oregon state and the catcher joey bart at a joy georgia tech so these are the guys.

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"john barr" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose

Pursuit With Purpose

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose

"Good advice is the wrong times that an ice and i think that that whole troops were our abbas as well like the a place your life and that means that we're not stack because we're dynamic we need to reflect on their habits each year and so i had two processes the first one is what i call an integrity and so each summer i'd unitary report that has through much of the first questions what are my values and so usually limits like three or four degrees and i ranked with those arm weather the second question is how at living working by values or last year so this is a chance to ask back and talk about like what i do those wine another what from the ruling one which is where did i fail to live up to those eyes eight the reason this is important is because our habits in our identity are often deeply allied so we think this we are entitled sinn and so we act in strict by but the truth is we learn to become a certain type of person by habits that doors high so if you go to church every sunday for twenty years study biology every wednesday for twenty minutes you believe zero danny emerges out of the actions the u d yet whilst that identity wants the beliefs about yourself get conditions then he starts to fall in line with that restart that guy oils the title or slant like this is i can't you at a sop type of thing christian does i can't let us any doubt does whatever bombs identities and then he started john barr habits each little action is like casme in both the type of person he won't be museum choice is kind of like it's like you're identities of paintings always being retouched oh to remind you of what i do.

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"john barr" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on WEEI

"Welcome back to the sporting life in our last segment we listen to the first part of an outside lines report about the convicted serial sexual abuser larry nassar here's part two of john barr story listener discretion is advised in late 1998 the year after larizza and her teammates say they tried to reveal masters abuse tiffany thomas lopez an 18yearold freshman sought player at michigan state was sent to see dr nassar after injuring her back he would stick his thumb inside of my vagina in tell me that he was realigning my bones what's going through your mind who misses going on um among comfortable i'm exposed um i'm thinking is this really necessary um i i'm hoping that what he is suggesting in offering is gonna make me feel better so i can go out and play the subsided oil not at all not at all tiffany says she also complained about nasser to destiny teach nor hawk in athletic training supervisor one of three trainers tiffany says she went to with concerns about masters methods what happened she brushed me off and made it seem like i was crazy she made me feel like i was crazy tiffany says once she told athletic trainer she'd no longer see nasser for treatment she was pressured by the school to declare herself medically an active in two thousand one she dropped out of school i ha i choose to go to the michigan state because as i like my coach is unlike the girls i blade green like a hey blared green and once it wasn't able to play anymore and having a go through it a win through and no one believing me and no one listening to me i could it look at them i could at like face you know what had app and i felt like they thought it was a liar that this really didn't happened to me and i detach i saw from everything i just pushed down in told myself it was something i was making up in my head i just let it go four most of the next two decades nasser continue to treat young athletes 17 years after larizza reported being abused in may two thousand fourteen michigan state received what it.

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"john barr" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

ESPN Pittsburgh

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

"Welcome back to the sporting life in our last segment we listen to the first part of an outside lines report about the convicted serial sexual abuser larry nassar here's part two of john barr story listener discretion is advised in late 1998 the year after larizza and her teammates say they tried to reveal masters abuse tiffany thomas lopez an 18yearold freshman softball player at michigan state was sent to see dr nassar after injuring her back he would thickest thumb inside of my vagina in tell me that he was realigning my bones what's gone through your mind in this is going on um among comfortable i'm exposed um thinking is this really necessary um i i'm hoping that what he is suggesting an offering is gonna make me feel better so i can go out and play subsided oil not at all not at all tiffany says she also complained about nasser to destiny teach nor hawk in athletic training supervisor one of three trainers tiffany says she went to with concerns about masters methods what have it she brushed me off and made it seem like i was crazy she made me feel like i was crazy tiffany says once she told athletic trainer she'd no longer see nasser for treatment she was pressured by the school to declare herself medically an active in two thousand one she dropped out of school i i shoes good michigan state because i hit the camp and its allies my coach is at like the girls i bled green like a hey green green the and once it wasn't able to play anymore and having to go through it a win through and no one believing me and no one listening to me i could it look at them i couldn't like bees you know what had app and i felt like they thought i was a liar that this really didn't happen to me and i detach myself from everything i just pushed down and told myself that it was something i was making up in my head i just let it go.

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"john barr" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Go on it idle sports radio six santa hauge want rocket laws that gm employment will drum back they're allowed to load jump selloff beginning it is nice i don't know what on is is is hey john barr coupplotters i don't think i've ever heard that song and i like the foo fighters but i've never heard that song i told the bands that i definitely need to see in concert because they're still kicking at i dunno if they released any recent hits are they still could not new music are they just torn we will now uses but you know nobody cares but advance there there comes a certain point i think where if you're you don't have to keep a new music right now with your under a record deal you have to call you have sale figure if you're good enough you can just be like whatever i mean in you have a a fan base they actually want to hear music from you i think they have a sizeable fan base to where they are probably still making money off their mutual what's a good amount of time to expect music out of like key hit music ademi favor banned i mean some of these bans have been pushing stuff out there like twenty thirty years at a time out of how they do it well here's the thing they're not going to put uh they're not going to make a hit single out of an old band because hit singles are for pop stars you know those kinds of artis so even if they make a hit best actually better than anything they ever may before the radio stations you know td the youtube or not going to put it out like that because they're old oak nobody cares about their fans there's a song by the bear naked ladies called new box set which i love because it's this guy who like apparently was in nas of banned way back in the day and he asked to release a.

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"john barr" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on First and Last

"I am in a way that everyone is is publicly acknowledging but yesterday victims statements began at michigan and the sentencing of dr larry nassar prosecutors expect ninety eight women to speak were submit written statements this week nasser fifty four pleaded guilty to ten counts of firstdegree criminals sexual conduct in lansing michigan in november the michigan attorney general's office is asked to poor forty two hundred and twentyfive years for his sexual abuse nassar has already been sentenced to sixty years in federal prison on child pornography charges and john barr r e s p investigative reporter was on sports centre with john anderson talking about day one of the nasser sentencing was a gut wrenching day of testimony as victim after victim addressed nasser we heard from a former volleyball player at michigan state who says she tried to alert trainers about nasser's inappropriate methods in the early 2000s we heard from a woman threw her advocate who went to meridian township police back in two thousand four acts the filing a police report against nassar but that report went nowhere he was never prosecuted emotions were certainly high as victims confronted nasser i must ask you this are eating remorseful for your actions in all of the lives that will changed forever the most confusing part was that my mother was in the room with a swath this happens she strategically placed himself between us in skilfully obscured what was happening mention simone he put his finger than immig work the world and i told say was rigged through the rule when sugars you couldn't see what was going the above and i have experienced splash back ninety near subtheatres beauts.

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"john barr" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Uh you know not one of the lawyers are circling and and looking for substantial settlements for their clients um but then you listen to the test and only today from these women and you just ask yourself the question north what amount of money next them whole you know how do you how do you begin to quantify or put a price on unjust what they have to live with for the rest of their lives they're just just you know s so many of them are just so damaged and it's it's pretty gut wrenching to sit there and listen to them you know just talk about the very personal story talking to espn investigative reporter john barr about the latest in outside the lines in espn's indepth look at larry nassar or doctrine trainer was michigan state and usa gymnastics you mentioned a penny facing criticism and that original indianapolis star story revealed that usa gymnastics head a pattern of ignoring her mishandling sexual assault complaints by dozens of coaches and we we we had on our own espn a gymnastics reporter of former gymnast and olympian and she said you could go back forty years and she could tell you stories about the way things have been mishandled an patterns and things that have been come to be accepted as normal that are not um it if it's such a tainted sport and system and if as you believe usa gymnastics even if it was shut down and restarted what the what is the answer then four continuing the sport in the us is there do you start another federation well look good there are better way to handle sports were young women compete and we're young men compete no they're they're they're there can be oversight.

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"john barr" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"Over the shell pennzoil performance line were espn reporter john barr joins us they are making some time force john not a problem how are you good thanks on this story about larry nassar the longtime dr for usa gymnastics also a longtime michigan state university team doctor has been going on for quite some time and it sort of flu under the radar bit because gymnastics when it's not an olympic year is not nearly as popular as other sports but as some of the biggest names that that people do recognized from the olympics come forward to share their own experiences it's it's it's a light is being shined on it and there's so many questions about how this took so long but i guess one of my first is how do you think it's possible that michigan state university still had him employed for such a long time over a year while he was being investigated what a great question and it's one a lot of people are asking you know the school maintains that it didn't know definitively that he was abusing patients until late two thousand sixteen when the first woman to come forward rachel denhellender the former club level jim is to little alleges she was abused starting when she was fifteen years old by nasser uh she was the first to file a police report she was the first to go public with the indianapolis star and then dozens and then eventually more than one hundred women and now it's to the point where more than one hundred forty when choosing nasser similar allegations but no you're right sara the the the story really did kinda fly under the radar and told names like kelly razman and the kill him our own and gaby douglas started coming forward uh you know sort of household name olympians and when they alleged abuse by nasser all of the sudden it became a much bigger story and uh and that's kinda unfortunate really uh on some level you know wide why don't we care about a bunch of club doubled you'll miss uh up in michigan who abused by bis this elite physician who treated olympians you know um it's it's sort of bothered me and i've been following the story since late two thousand sixteen when it first broke uh and uh you know a lot of people have drama curl up to penn state and wondered why it didn't resonates awaiting and hence.

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"john barr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Chance you're going to have but desert consensus guy this year that every looks at goes that's the guy i not talk to john barr john barr were no i don't think so buy them i've seen el salvador's our names of guys that are sort the actual number ones yeah but that but there's a long way to go right obvious flare if there's a gutter your performance and that could change alive um by god as far as i as far as i know lonzo ball was found out yours is that that he should be happy for that an oh yeah baseball yo you look at the it's really interesting that's what makes our sport interesting just roma a player perspective is there yet get guys that are just the just surprise you on both that say surprise you first round picks and they support of you're not performing a day and uh here come's nafta fair enough 14th around twelve wrap yes and and then you know even bread and cooperative the fourth way round yeah uh just see what he's done it is career so so it's it's just it's it's pretty inexact and yeah the old formula of you made about a thousand at batch in the minor waged and if you're starting picture maybe 480 things i think that's starting to come down some frankly i get all an ethic because our younger players will change reporting a big premium on ending guys to made first yelled before age twenty four twenty five and to do that you're gonna maybe trunk eight that that puree that developmental period but the reality is our sport is different and handeye coordination uh dictates that you know that that you need you need more usually wall waste it had more than just the high school and college more knowledge now uh some injury stuff a brandon bell obviously it's scary anytime you talking concussion with brandon because he's has had an issue in the past any any update on how he's doing well i were really get tickets slow with brandon la we really it's just to the science now for everything we've learned it and it it's just there's so much more out there about could coppins and it's thankfully not nearly ignore score what is some of the other sports but there's so much out there and and what we've learned.

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"john barr" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"john barr" Discussed on WCHS

"Is facing some challenges this weekend an polish gene swear injin whose challenging mention to hurt the his left arm held her first canvassing event here in the capital city and she is a bernie sanders asked person she believes the medicate for all and providing education opportunities and really moving the state pass the coal economy if you will trying to diversify the economy find better jobs and create more job opportunities so she held her first event over the weekend and we have that story up on metronews as well but in state government the legislature is done they wrapped up turn out the lights the party's over they ended their special session earlier this morning were they came in today so what did they do they pretty much said hey we're done okay and they waved environment to reach out to adjourn but the interesting thing is can all county delegate andrew bird urged a very as he made very impassioned speech on the floor he called for a civil tone for the next session even uneven apologized to residents in state employees for how things went down during the special legislative session on meals a very bills really an interesting moment to look at this guy and say okay low asked me when days have been a little chaotic let's try to be better next time if this happens so as what he said that's that's what he said in you gotta give uni reaction the amine is far as down they're not really is john barr pretty much once everyone said goodbye preacher ever everyone looked at how to there but also because that's nice if he did that because i'm sure people lotta people on the outside can feel at wiggs agley and if you go and talk to people on the streets and even at the events like the rally vows at today or even the rally that senator bernie sanders held yesterday in charleston breather i was there actually i was there are covering it i was not there.

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