34 Burst results for "John Carlos"
What Bitcoin Did
"john carlos" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"Like that will never happen again. It's not going to happen. Matt, you're so heartless. I need the 6% interest to feed my family. I swear, there's tweets that say that. And those people now realize what I was saying. They realized the risk. They realized why they were getting paid a percentage in the first place was because they were taking insane amount of risk to get paid that percentage. Maybe you're right. And we live and learn from that. Yeah, maybe you're right in that I can think of one mistake I made this year that I'm not proud of, right? When the Celsius files came out and there was somebody in there called John carvalho. And John had been giving me a hard time. On some bullshit as well, but like, I saw this John carvalho thing, and I was like, and I called it out. And that's a mistake, right? Because I jumped to a conclusion. And I attacked somebody. And I had to go back. I had to go back and apologize, John. And do you know what in fairness to him? He was fucking decent about it. He brought like, he found the real John Carlos. I ended up rugged on Celsius. I know I ended up sending him money as well because I felt so sorry for him. And also, because of just the guilt of John, I felt bad. I was like, right, well, I helped this guy out. But I apologize to John. He could have been a total dictum and he wasn't. And then that's why I'm an abstain. And he was caught and he's kind of forgotten about it. Like, I'm sure he hasn't forgotten about it, but he was good about it. And that was a mistake. That was like a genuine like, okay, I fucked up. 'cause like you say, we all do. And then if you think in that context, what was the mistake while maybe I hadn't done enough to realize like what I was about to do? Yeah, so in that same context, maybe you're right.
The Rich Roll Podcast
"john carlos" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"That was misunderstood about those protests, what they meant, how they were interpreted at the time. And what happened to those athletes as a result of taking that really courageous stand? Yeah, I mean, I think what happened to them isn't misunderstood. I mean, they were basically treated as pariah and it wasn't respected. It was like they were widely thought that they tarnished the Olympics and so that I think was very clear and I forget which one of them ends up in the desert as a professor or something or as a coach. Is it John Carlos? I think it's John Carlos. I could be wrong, but I think it is John Carl. But reading about them later, you obviously, by the time I came, became aware of what happened at always respected those guys. I mean, imagine the courage that took in 1968 to do that and how selfless that act was. Now we see kind of people speaking out on issues and they make it kind of almost performative, but that was really they took a huge risk and suffered for it. And it's remarkable. That had a lot has changed in a lot hasn't when you look at Colin Kaepernick, realize what he has suffered as a result of the courageous stand that he took. And also, contextualizing the impact of bud winter and professor Harry Edwards like without those two guys at that place at that time. You don't get Colin Kaepernick and you don't get Usain Bolt. Right. Usain Bolt coming from the bud winter strategy of relaxing, relaxed sprinting, relaxed effort. Yeah, so it's amazing deep dive, thank you for turning me on to that. I love that you brought up the LeBron like Malcolm challenging LeBron to a mile in your podcast with him. That was amazing. I know. I'd like to see that happen. I don't think LeBron ever got back to him. The risk is too high on his head. Have you seen that video, though, of LeBron? No, I want to see that. Do you have that? Are you putting that in the show notes? Well, let's take a break quick break and we'll be back with that. And also some other kind of related
AP News Radio
Stanton, Buxton HRs lead AL over NL for 9th straight ASG win
"The American League continued its All-Star Game dominance beating the national league three to two for its 9th consecutive win with the NL leading to nothing the game turned in the fourth inning when John Carlos Stanton Byron buxton hit back to back home runs off Tony Gonzalez Stanton's two run shot helped earn the Yankees slugger MVP honors When the lights are brightest it's what you want to do you know That's what the fans come to see Framber Valdez was the winning pitcher Mark Myers Los Angeles
"john carlos" Discussed on WTOP
"Than I thought. But it was John Carlos Stanton in front of 50 friends and family there in his native LA that earned MVP honors and despite not starting the nationals Juan Soto played most of the game in the outfield, but went zero for three at the plate. Next year, NASCAR will celebrate its 75th anniversary with an unprecedented Cup Series race through downtown Chicago, a 12 turn, 2.2 mile course against the backdrop of Lake Michigan and grant park in undertaking led by the great grandson of NASCAR founder Bill France. Rob woodwork WTO sports. All right, thanks rob, as always, four 16 on WTO V Wednesday morning. It's not the top stories we're following for you the story of our July 20th Wednesday morning here at TOP marylanders have cast their primary ballots for governor Congress and other positions, and now the county begins for the Tuesday primary. Hundreds of thousands of mail in ballots will not even be counted until later this week we're told, so we may not get full results for days or even weeks. The Secret Service has it has no new text messages to provide Congress relevant to its January 6th investigation. The Washington Post reports any other text sent by agents around the time of the capitol riot were purged, and agency says they can not be recovered. At a bipartisan vote this week, the U.S. House has overwhelmingly approved legislation to protect same sex interracial marriages. There are concerns the Supreme Court ruling overturning abortion access could jeopardize other rights criticized by many conservative Americans. State with WTO for more on these developing stories in just minutes, where the time now is four 17, hours of public comment lead to no decision this week Monday night on a proposal to delay the start of the new school year and you've all Texas where the rob elementary massacre occurred. School board members proposed a late start, so safety improvements can be made at school campuses. The meeting was instead canceled after the trustee space questions on why the school's police chief, Peter Aranda, has not yet been fired. TV reporter Sarah durand this morning with more. Parents also want the rest of the district's officers fired before hiring more as part of the school's new plan on safety and security. Yes. That's what we really want the family. Says it's the only way she'll feel confident sending her other children back to school this fall after her son rogelio Torres died in the shooting. Her twin sister
The Rich Roll Podcast
"john carlos" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"So thank you for doing it. I really enjoyed it. But explain what it is that this is all about. So this is a podcast that we did in collaboration with tracksmith and I'm wearing my trucks. Short as we talk. And puma. And it's the story of that photograph, which everyone knows. Of the three sprinters on the 200 meter metal podium at the Mexico city Olympics, 1968. Tommie Smith and John Carlos have their head bowed, they're wearing black socks. They have a black glove on one hand and they have their fists in here, right? It's this iconic and so we did a whole podcast series on that photograph. How did it come to pass? What's behind it? What does it mean? And it turns out to be, first of all, virtually everything I learned in doing this podcast, I did not know. And I am a massive track and field fan. Starting with the fact that everyone involved with that iconic 76, 68 protests, is from the same place. Lee Evans, who also staged a protest when he won the 400 meters at the games. John Carlos and Tommy Smith are all from the same school, the same track team San Jose state. They're all coached by the same guy, but winter. And bud winter turns out to be, I think he's one of the most important coaches of the 20th century. He puts John Wooden to shame. He really doesn't just reinvent sprinting. Although every sprinter today, every elite printer today is really sprinting in the way that bud winter instructed sprinters to sprint. He's the person who brings techniques of relaxation. Really sort of meditative techniques. Things that he learned as a fighter pilot. Someone who studied. There was in the Second World War there was this kind of crisis with fighter pilots having breakdowns. And being unable to perform. Obviously, because there was a whole movement to try to understand how to prepare them properly. For this incredibly arduous task. And on what came out of that was this idea that we needed to teach these fighter pilots how to relax that out of relaxation, this sort of paradox at the best way to achieve peak performance was to relax, which is commonplace now, heresy in the 1940s. But winter is part of this movement, and he says, wait a minute, this surely applies to running that the notion about maximum exertion those days have been sprinting was that that required the visible application of effort. You grimaced you tense your muscles, you like, you've propelled yourself down the track. And winter was like, no, no, no, no. You float down the track. Your body must be relaxed. Your upper body must be, it must look like you're having tea with friends. You must, you know, that notion is that wonderful thing that must win a runner runs. It must look like that if you just jostled them from the side, they would fall over. That's how relaxed they have to be. That's all bud winter. And he produces at this one commuter school in Northern California in San Jose, there's a stretch of time when he's the coach there. We're like basically every world record is set by one of his runners. His runners at this nothing know nothing school back then. Dominate. International spreading for a stretch of 15 years culminating in the 68 games where two of his guys break world records. And at the same time, though, it's another guy in his track team called Harry Edwards, then as now, one of the most important figures in sort of understanding, he's the guy who leads all of the who advanced the sociology of sport, who leads all of these kind of protest movements around sport. He comes and he joins with these athletes and he convinces them they should use their sprinting prowess as a kind of platform for social
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"john carlos" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"That you were surprised or not on the American League roster player. Are you surprised not on the national league roster? For the American League, no two come to mind really quickly with don't cease and tie France. I think they're both having really, really great seasons. And that ends up being kind of a numbers game, no pun intended. With needing a representative from each team, everything else. But especially with cease, I feel like he can end up there, I think. Scheduled to pitch on that Sunday, so he won't be active. I don't know about France, but these things tend to work themselves out, so I don't, you know, as you said, the snubs conversation. I know people go there, but, you know, it's such a great honor for the guys who did make it. For the national league, I'll go with Josh bell. You know, I was kind of expecting him to be the nationals. Great for Soto and he is playing much better lately. But first base in the national league is so sacked. So I think that was again kind of just making everything work in it there. I hope they can talk Juan Soto into the home run Derby. Being the home run Derby, because if he's part of that, I've already didn't even include him in my conversation with Tim, but if you got Soto and schwarber and Acuna and Shohei Ohtani and John Carlos Stan and Pete Alonso, that would be unbelievable. Oh my gosh. I mean, that sounds amazing. He put on such a show last year. I remember again, so tell me. Everyone was expecting over time is going to win it. They had that great. The swing off everything. I mean, and he was so into the show of it, which I think is really important. And as Carl and Joe and the broadcast last night, it turned around a season. He didn't, so he could start hitting up a little more. And he needs that again this year. So, you know, Juan Soto, if you're listening, do the home run Derby, fix your season, make it as good as it's been lately. Let's see it. All right, Sarah, great to talk with you. Thanks so much for having me. Bleacher
AP News Radio
Judge, Stanton homer to bail out Taillon, Yanks top A's 5-3
"The New York Yankees completed a three game sweep of the Oakland athletics answering a three run first sending all James since I own with a two run Homer by Aaron judge and then pulling ahead with a three run Jack by John Carlos Stanton in the 5 three win Stanton's last 6 hits and 8 of his last ten have been home runs It's an interesting time right now or not getting too many hits but when I am of their Homer so yeah I don't think I've had one kind of like this My own gotta have a basis load of jam in the second with a pair of strikeouts and settle down over the next three innings to secure his 9th win against one loss Matt Mike which New
AP News Radio
Best-in-MLB Yanks top worst-in majors A's 9-5 on late rally
"The Yankees grab their major league leading 23rd come from behind wind upending the Oakland a's 9 to 5 The expanded around and scored 6 runs in the 7th frame third baseman Josh sandelson fueled the beginning with a go ahead to run double capping it unlikely rally built on two catchers interference errors a walk in a hit by pitch I mean it's great I mean you know it's huge and when you got your big boys doing their thing like judge and Stanton and riz you know it kind of takes pressure off everybody else and to be able to do their part as well Oakland had the lead after a 5 run third frame coming off of yank started Jordan Montgomery but it was not enough as the age have the worst record of baseball through handed their 50th loss of the year Anthony Rizzo and John Carlos Stanton smack solo homers earlier in the game for the Yankees who picked up win number 54 Mike Moriarty New York
AP News Radio
Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6
"Anthony Santander had a three run walk off Homer off Lucas litke in the 9th as the Orioles beat the Yankees 9 to 6 to avoid a four game sweep DJ le mayu tied the game at 6 6 with an RBI single in the top of the 9th off Jorge Lopez Brandon Hyde's team salvaged the final game of the series against the hottest team in baseball We lost three pretty close game two one run games here against the Yankees and then when the last game of the series hopefully we can start to continue to take these sort of bats going forward John Carlos Stanton singled homered and drove in three runs for New York Robinson Shireen had a two run Homer for the Orioles Felix Bautista got the win to even his record at one and one Craig heist Baltimore
Bloomberg Radio New York
"john carlos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Michael 6 O 9 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update with John stash out Our Nathan high drama in The Bronx Yankees had to come from behind twice They throw the Blue Jays three nothing in the 6th that in John Carlos Stanton tie the game of the three run Homer down the line in right field Toronto went back ahead 5 three Yanks had two on one out bottom of the 9th Here's the one two Swung on and hit of the air to deep left field That ball is high It is far it is gone It's a game winning walk off three run home run by Aaron judge He added a mile and a half in the left field seat On WFAN yanks one 6 5 so they go to 21 and 8 just as the mets improved to 21 and ten they trailed 6 hitting the Washington score three times beat the nationals four to two The angels were there 21st when there was a no hitter by 22 year old rookie Reed detmers against Tampa Bay just as 11th career start his career ERA entering the game was over 6 and a near no hitter for 39 year old Justin Verlander he lost it with one out in the 8th Blowouts in the NBA Phoenix beat Dallas by 30 Miami beat Philadelphia by 35 both teams go up three two both series has seen the home team win every game NBA Hall of Famer bob Lanier has died at 73 and 8 time all star with a Detroit piston Diego says turkey named a finalist for the ves of the trophy that goes to the NHL's best goalie He may very well win the award but will he play like a vesna winner tonight at the garden just played three periods in Pittsburgh and gave up ten goals as durkin and the rangers now face elimination trailing the penguins three to one Gave 5 wins last night for Carolina Toronto St. Louis and Los Angeles John stash Edward Bloomberg sports Nathan All right John thanks.
The Manic Pixie Weirdo
"john carlos" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo
"I mean, it was just so well done. So well written, like you were talking about. So well done. I cried. I bought into it. Now, that's take that with a grain of salt. Ladies and gentlemen, because and everyone else, because I cry, I get when I dive into something, I dive head first into the deep end and just hope I don't drown. And I want I immerse myself in the world. And so it's really hard. It's very easy for me to get emotional about television shows and movies. Well, I can tell you, and I have said this in the past too. I am an empath. So I have to be careful with what I watch because of that. And as a matter of fact, in the past, I had a fan, they wanted us to do an episode on Black Mirror. And if you listen to that episode from the very beginning, I even showed John Carlos my heart monitor. It was over a 120. Oh my gosh. So yes, I did it for the fan. And it was fun. Don't get me wrong. There was a fun episode. And it was fun watching it. But this is one experience that I will not repeat. Yeah, no, I'm an empath too. And so I have to be super, super conscious and aware of what I watch because I will get emotionally wrecked. Like I watched this side row sidecar, sorry guys. I watched handmaid's tale. I binged it in like three days. And then I was shot. I was like done, emotionally drained, completely. I could not do just functioning puddle of nothing on the floor. After I did that. So and I can only do that so many times before. It's not good, so I have to be very, very I'm in the same way. I have to be very conscious. It's very nice to meet a fellow empath..
"john carlos" Discussed on WCPT 820
"They hit him in the back But this is the first time in U.S. border patrol history that anybody has been prosecuted for the death of an individual In the past 15 years over a hundred individuals have been killed at the hands of the U.S. border patrol at the border and not one of them has been brought to prostitution That is what sit is doing The air preparing evidence they are doctor evidence They are tampering with evidence They are deleting evidence They are making sure that agents themselves look like they are firing their weapons properly That everything they do is on the up and up and there's nothing to see here In the case that we're talking about there was a there was an unarmed boy who was shot in the back There were two surveillance video cameras that are anchored right on the top of the border fence They're pointed right where the incident occurred That video is missing We don't know what happened to it because sit prepared the investigation The border patrol prepared that investigation So if we're talking about making sure that they defend themselves against civil liability well of course they're going to delete that video John Carlos Frey we're going to thank you for being with us award winning investigative journalists reported extensively on immigration author of the book sand and blood America's stealth war on the Mexico border Coming up what does the late great Nobel Prize winning novelist Toni Morrison have to do with the Virginia governor's race stay with us This is a.
"john carlos" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Is there is no gravel they say yes we'll be the 7th what he says about his life being in danger is not true Everyone who comes here and sees the height of this wall realizes that Lonnie swords was a line about my son throwing rocks He can't okay His own coworkers at the trial said that his life was not in danger That he could have stepped away But I don't know It was never proven that Jose Antonio was throwing rocks And there is Antonia's mother are Sully and nogales nor in 2019 at the site where her son was murdered She's standing right in front of a picture of her son as we investigate in this case at the time John Carlos Frey this case among others is referenced in the letter to Congress Can you talk about the information that came out around the CIT units and what they did in covering this up It is a very disturbing case and a very disturbing trend here of 15 year old boys shot in the back unarmed standing in Mexico while the U.S. border patrol agent standing in the United States found not guilty basically Lonnie Schwartz is the only border patrol agent prosecuted for misfiring his weapon In the entire history of the U.S. border patrol That's the only person who's been prosecuted There were a couple of other agents who were prosecuted in Texas during the Bush administration for firing their weapon at a drug dealer.
Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"john carlos" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"So right now, the stretch of next 9 games is the antithesis of the 2021 New York Yankees. So not really optimistic. Like you said, still rooting for my team, but, you know, rip the band aid off. And if the season's gonna end early, it's gonna end early. And I can't care because this isn't working for the most part. It's not working to the magnitude at which it should. And hopefully the failures of this team will require some Jurassic moves from the front office, which haven't happened in a pretty long time. So it's going to sound some alarm bells if the season doesn't turn out the way it should. And I either way I'll be happy with this result. Yankees get another playoffs. Very cool, deep team, scary team to face playoff baseball everyone, you know is very different. Every single pitch matters. And then you have a guy like Jericho, who can take over a game, that's sweet. You have Nestor Cortez, who's risen to the occasion. That's great. You have hitters like John Carlos Stanton, who seemingly shines in August and September and Aaron judge who's typically always delivered in the postseason, threatening team. Could be fun, but also if the season ended great back to the drawing board like get figure out how we're gonna reconstruct this entire roster and get back to our winning ways because if this is embarrassing, this should be embarrassing for everybody because it's embarrassing for the fans. That's how you know the organization itself needs to be feeling the heat in terms of in terms of making overarching moves to orchestrate some sort of facelift. So I'm fine with either outcome because I know I know what I'm watching. You know, it's like Aaron Boone and the Yankees don't need to tell me what I did or didn't see on a given night. I saw a bad effort. You don't need to tell me that there was a lot of fight, you know? Shit like that. So whatever happens happens, guys. That's the universe. That's the world for you. Enjoy it. Silver lining and everything aches make the playoffs could be fun, Yankees don't big changes coming, new era on the way. Great. Yeah, the gas lit by Aaron Boone podcast. What a fun time for all of us. That is it for this Monday edition of the X goyard podcast..
Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"john carlos" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"As much power as he does and fields as well as he does is still a good baseball player regardless of the ugliness and garish nature of some of his line scores. I get it. That said, there's no more defending 2021 second half Joey Gallo, who's now performing like one of the worst trade deadline acquisitions in Yankees history. It's hard to be worse. He's hitting one 30. He has 61 strikeouts in 35 games with the Yankees. He's the second player in the history of baseball to have 60 plus strikeouts in his first 35 games with a franchise. The other was Javier Baez, who did it for the cubs as a rookie in 2014. Joey Gallo is a good baseball player. Joey Gallo has been impossibly bad since joining the Yankees outside of a few showcase moments. The home run in Chicago, wonderful, the home run against Seattle, great, that only gets out in like two ballparks, still great. And the home run against the Orioles the other day that ended up tying a king and then a rolled his Chapman gave away one of many unconscionable losses for this team down the stretch. So again, this isn't Joey Gallo's a bad player in the age you shouldn't have acquired him. This is just the reality that Joey Gallo and the two hole has not helped. He's diversified the lineup. You know, if I showed you a photocopy of the lineup with a lefty on the side you would go, oh neato, but he has provided next to nothing. Like, you know, he's helped John Carlos stand in Aaron judge, I'm sure, but Gallo himself has been one of the worst trade deadline acquisitions. This team has ever made. And he has time to turn that around, but as of now, that is factual. Yeah, and it's confounding because he's missing fastballs, middle middle. And nothing adds up here. He's inside of a line. He's in he's in the best lineup he's ever been in in his entire career, no ranger scheme was better than probably any iteration of the Yankees any version of the Yankees since 2015 or yeah, you made his he didn't have his first full season until 2017. So definitely not. And he's just he just doesn't once again doesn't the guy who does not look comfortable. And it goes on, it's on par with the Yankees storyline for the 2021 season just a lot of inexplicable things that make no sense that can not be there really, they can not be described, there's no rhyme or reason to it. It's just it's just bad stuff that's happening to certain people for really no reason whatsoever. Like you said, 61 strikeouts in a 123 at bats. So I understand the plate appearances are a thing is a 151 151 plate appearances, but dude, that's a 40% strikeout rate still. Again, you can tell me all you want about how valuable Gallo as a player is if he's hitting for monster power and taking walks and striking out. I of course understand that. He's not hitting for monster power. So what is this? This is bad. Yeah, it's really bad. And I understand he brings value in other ways, the defense his versatility on defense helps. His lefty bat helps. But the whole reason he was the Yankees knew what they were bringing him in for..
Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
Will He Ever Heat Up? Diagnosing Joey Gallo's Skid Since the Trade
"The goal here with Gallo was to lengthen the lineup and diversify the lineup. Left handed bat, he gives tough at bats and he's able to give protection to other guys in the lineup. Perhaps, I mean, it not perhaps. It is certainly paved the way for John Carlos Stanton Luke Voight and Aaron judge to be on the hot treats that they are on right now. And we're thankful for that. But a lot of fans have been sitting here saying, oh, dude, when Joey Gallo heats up, forget about it. Forget about it. This team's gonna be unstoppable. But we have no evidence of him heating up. So Anthony Rizzo heated up right upon his arrival in The Bronx. Made his statement. Singlehandedly, I will go out and say single handedly won that series against one that series sweep against the Marlins. Was it colossal reason for that? That kick started the Yankees incredible run throughout the month of August. But Joey Gallo has yet to really come on. I know we have that go ahead home run against the Mariners. That was an awesome moment to signature Yankee moments since coming over on the trade. But since then, he's grounded into three double plays. In four games, he didn't three double plays before, so it was Saturday Sunday Monday and Tuesday. Over the course of those four games, he grounded into three double plays. He grounded into three double plays in his previous 95 games with the rangers. What how does this how does this even happen? Before that, he grounded into 8 double plays in his previous 346 games. So bad luck, sure, but like, what? When is this gonna stop? So my question is and my doomsday question because I love asking these because I like seeing people freak out. This is just how my brain operates guys. When do we start worrying about this
John Collins Agrees to Five-Year, $125M Deal, to Stay With Atlanta Hawks
"Another team. That is absolutely killing it. This offseason is the atlanta hawks. John collins is back on a five year. One hundred twenty five million dollar deal. I'm sure some people are willing to pan this. I think it's fine John collins a really good player you saw how valuable was is. The playoffs went on last year or not last year. But in this past postseason. Like i know the numbers dipped but i still think he provides a lot for them flexibility. Wise this floorspace and continues to be for real. He has some some room to groza. Passer i'm not sure how that's going to look. I hope that. I mean. That's obviously i think that's the the hope for john. Collins was next year is that he really takes a leap as a decision maker. Because that is the big struggle for him right now. I do think that he provides a lot defensively as a weakside rim-protector he can get out to the perimeter. A little bit like it's better than asking clint to close out on the corner. If you have john carlos going on the corner but point being like you just have so much versatility throughout that rosser. Losing john collins hurts a lot more than keeping him. And i also don't think that this is a negative contract. It's a lot of money. But john collins very good player. Who's going to get
"john carlos" Discussed on Into America
"But sometimes this huge global olympic stage with all its pomp and nationalism. Become something much more like when the. Us women's soccer team took a knee before their match earlier this week. The united states will take a knee before kick-off australians matilda's gathered around the circle in solidarity for decades olympic athletes and black american athletes in particular have used the bright lights of the games to draw attention to social and racial issues. Even though the rules in the olympic charter prohibited any kind of political expression. John carlos and tommie smith negro runners who won medals in the two hundred meter race today were ordered by the united states olympic committee to leave mexico earlier. They were suspended for raising black gloved fists. While star spangled banner was being played at an awards ceremony. The iconic image of sprinters giancarlos thomas myth shoeless with their black gloved fists raised high on the winner's podium. During the nineteen sixty eight olympic games in mexico city has become an enduring symbol of the emergence of the black athlete. I don't like being discriminated against discriminated against me all black people same as me. I still stamp blackness. i still stands for me People think i'm anti american. I'm not anti american amanda racism. The image is remembered as a catalyst for power pride and protest. Their names are etched in history as much for their stance at their prowess on the track but they weren't the only ones kicking button challenging racism and white supremacy back in one thousand nine hundred eight. There's a whole generation of activists athletes who in big and small ways challenged the status quo on the world's biggest age but whose remembered who's put onto posters and history. Books is often a product of some of the very same forces they were fighting against.
Boston Public Radio Podcast
"john carlos" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Thank you for having me on the honor to be on this morning and we share similar sentiments role model and a mentor for me. I'm honored to be serving in a chair named after him. I'm so glad. Thank you very much for joining us. So let's talk about the olympics and many of us still remember that back in sixty eight. There were two star. After american track stars. Tommie smith and john carlos raise a gloved hands in protest during the medal ceremonies olympics and they paid a huge price huge price sent home and ostracized for many many years. Now we're facing this this question about protesting in the two thousand twenty one olympic. So what do you think should happen at the olympics in terms of any kind of protest by by african american american athletes. That's a great question In epo think back to nineteen sixty eight olympics. Many people forget lew alcindor now known as kareem abdul-jabbar he actually chose not to attend the olympics. As an act of protests. Wild mia titus. She wore black shorts. Over solid era civil rights movement so there were a number of protests Beyond tommie smith. And john carlos that olympics of but t to the point that you raise the consequences for certain types of activism are not equal and there is a risk that you run when you're challenging the status quo but what i will say is this. I personally think that all sports is every aspect of our society is political in. So if we're going to Play a national anthem People should also be able to peacefully protest and express discontent with whatever may be going on within that nation state. You know internationally. There are a number of human rights violations a number of injustices that are taking place on within various countries. And i think athletes as well as any citizen of a particular country should have the right to peacefully challenge those injustices and draw attention to those invested. So if it was up to me. I think the ioc should allow Peaceful protests to take place..
Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"john carlos" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"So i guess maybe there could be some concerns about that but i also think and i guess i'll talk about this year two minutes. I'll save it actually. We'll talk about it here. When we preview some serious for the week ahead a big move on lance lynn in game one for the twins against griffin jacks or big movement. Lynn for the white sox. Excuse me against griffin. Jacks and the twins i get it totally understand. Thought about playing them. Run line because minnesota just terrible. They're just really bad lance lynn. Thirty eight million dollars richer today so kudos to him for that. But you know it's tough. It's tough to lay. Run line in a double header. Just the limited number of opportunities to go to the plate. Odds are the white sox only hit six times in this game because they'll probably win and not have to bat in the seven inning. So we'll see what happens there by did give it some thought it just kind of a tough mental thing to get over. Lastly here for the y. Moves on monday. Clinton indians my indian. Some money against the astros. This one's come down about fifteen twenty cents or so john carlos mahia anzac cranky in that one. I don't know why unions are taking money. Mahia has not pitched well at all. But i like the overnight. Took the over nine here for today with that mahia. Matchup indians offenses. I talked about earlier. They make a lot of hard contact. They've been better since june third. They've been almost league average. Which is a pretty big accomplishment for them. But they hit for power and zakrzewski will give up the long ball and i assume the astros bang out some hits and some runs against mia so over nine the play here tonight down at the juice box in houston all right. So let's go ahead and talk about this giant dodgers series as we preview the week ahead these two teams will play seven games head to head between now and july. Twenty ninth for gamer at dodgers stadium this week..
The Fighter And The Kid
"john carlos" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Don't tweet that's what he tweeted. Yeah black guys are bad at penalty. Do you mind news. Good comic out in england. Big really big famous. But you had to know what are you thinking like. Did you wanna take a break. Give some current events to right. I look good. I'm going to monitor right. I love cats. That's full of shit. Cadillacs doesn't help. Her boyfriend is very young if cat age stevie about five years older. He looks any of that fight. Japan i was like crying is is. We've fucked up you no longer to doctor better at all times. Yes it does kind of look like he's been rubbing his eyes. He has allergies or something. I know i won't go to the doctor. Let's get together have done. Yeah let's do some now now me or would you name next. Good name me or handsome nick. I love you. But nick straight man and i mean they do to. You know this dude come. I we call nicole day all day. Your name is nicholas daybreak. Nick at night over. Do nigga nick. Some people call them vegan nicknamed brennan. We call them nick all day. Become green nick. Because i'll tell you something right now brother if we're four on an island just getting bored taunted. If you're stranded he and i go spirit bore. You gotta go. You can eat the coconut but after a while you gotta eat some meat. Are you talking about eating his ass. I don't know cal. we're talking four man. I don't even know the guy that's what it sounds like. Gin gets andy defraying boots. That's cool this zipper to boots up. Man i got my zipper. I got my goal is sort of matching shoes. Comfortable has to walk around europe and those just a stupid questions people. There's nothing yeah. Okay so you guys are talking. Jeff bezos going off into space recently and there was a eighteen year old some super-rich eighteen year old from australia. Who was a part of an auction to see if you could get a seat on the first space trip out. With jeff bezos and his brother he wanted by bidding twenty eight million dollars only to reschedule because he has a scheduling conflict with something else but he split. He is going to go gonna go. He's on the second one. I don't think john carlos and his brother's is going to be on the second one. He's a smart guy. He's like not only be the first one. I'm going to hold out. Let's see how it goes for. Yes i want to know what they do so that you break this year go up and then you come back down. Hold on right back down. You're not like up there like floating around like damn spaces dope. You're literally touch. The top can do a motivational speech. Like homeboy did go right by that safe. There is a chance you can burn on the way back like for all those folks up a little turbulence. You know what i'm saying. We'll turn a little something. Keep among edge of their seats. How wants to take house. Triptych do we know must be hot. Hackett right how look up. How long that virgin flight was chin. Can't be really said when with us. We'll be careful on space. They went very high plain. Went of into the edge of the earth. That's what richard branson break the atmosphere. It's a very different thing. Ninety minutes that's it. It takes me six hours to get to new york. Fuck you man yeah. i don't. it's not my thing. And then he led and his did nothing. You paid for this thanks to you. Hear about the guy who jumped from the atmosphere. Yeah yeah look on the fucking march. Eighteenth or yeah. That's pretty cool. That was cool. That was bad ass. Well i think the the guy the guy who fucking jumped and landed at a net and didn't have a parachute that'd be seen that guy that guy who just who flew to wear the but he's in a squirrel suit scroll soup you'd better jump from the earth down to their calculate properly stacey highest places and flew twelve miles and then landed in a fucking again. What's the point though. Well that that's crazy because you don't have shoot so you're going to die right quick. That's crazy you know without using a parachute but he jumps off that thing. He fell into that. I mean fuck. That's good twenty. Five thousand feet. So he's still not top of the earth. I mean it's cool without deploying a parachute does nothing for. I've no interest in can't come on come on. I'm.
"john carlos" Discussed on Takeline
"Where you know. I was out. In the streets of brooklyn. there are lots of protests around barkley center in management said. It's like you know the town square and that's all great. I've investigated like every police killing in america in a previous journalistic life. And so i care about this stuff. I talked honestly with guys about it. I don't mean to be divisive about it. But i do think there are two camps. A guy who really smart professor left loggins at berkeley his advice a lot of players including kapernick jalen brown. He explains is like the difference between the howeizeh almost like the jay z. Style kind of like mega celebrities. Who play it safe and do things behind the scenes and like the capitalists Guys who are willing to go all the way and so. I think you've got the mvp a plant save. Get the donations from the owners like you know the corporate version of activism advocacy really. And then you've got the wannabe activists who are sick of the re tweets. And but yet who don't have a plan. And so i thought the whole kyrie bubble busting coalition of the unwilling with avery. Bradley and dwight howard. Dwight howard has never been political in his life but all of a sudden he's like this is a bad book. Go to the bubble. And so john carlos was telling me that these guys sought his counsel but he was saying. This isn't about symbols anymore. You're like in the pool of this. You're in the moment. Hit them in the pocket. Hit the owners where where it hurts. And i think know could get his couldn't get the is so to speak and so that whole call. Disruptor was definitely a shit show but there wasn't a lot of follow up either and so it's like movements have been forever right. there was martin and malcolm there. It's it's a divide. it's still in the problem with the movement. Now and i think the nba hasn't figured out that kind of mini schism. Everybody's fighting the good fight but it was interesting to see the nets. Have that almost internet thing. Where you know kyrie didn't want this guy. Garrett temple back on the team because garrett was playing the vary like you know union brass card whereas tires going a little rogue which is his style and i think people would say once the bucks went on strike like well. He was right all along. Yeah what was the..
Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"john carlos" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"And i can't sit here and say oh. She wasn't set up. And i can't tell gwen not to feel like that because after the years that she's had in this space. That is one of many logical conclusions but criticism. That gwen berry has suffered. Since since the trials has mainly been confined to the place as you would expect it to be confined fox news. Dan crenshaw on the one hand. It's annoying but imagine for her. That this is what you want. Her response on. Twitter was at this point. Y'all are obsessed with me. Which gets her point across and allows her to be more of a public figure and genuine activist more representative of the united states. That's going to the olympics and is unafraid. Do you view it that way like this is part and parcel of being an activist and she recognizes that clearly. Yes and now. I mean i think that she certainly wants attention on on the work that she's doing with activists athlete on the shirts that she is selling in fundraising with on the activism. That her and many other people have been doing. But i don't think anybody can want the vitriol and the terrible messages. But i think that part of that's part of the calculation. It was her birthday leak and she's been inundated with messages. That have told her to go back to africa. That have called her all sorts of names under the sign that have dug through her past history and try to bring up things to embarrass and humiliate her that have gone after her family. And i think that there's on one hand absolutely. There's a history. We know the cost of activism. Right thomas faith in john carlos tell us this right other activists who we don't remember their names because they were so disposed of our reminders of this and so i think that she absolutely knows that's a burden to bear and she's unafraid to bear that burden but i think that gwen like many activists would rather control how they are able to get their message out and amplify and a lot of times. This just feels like you're still on square one that every conversation you've had for the last few years every interview you've given every piece you've written every penalties been on has been for not because people are still asking the same questions or using you symbolically ways that don't match up at all with what you're saying. I think specifically in this situation a lot of the hate. Gwen was getting listening. She hates america. she hates his bag etc etc and she was saying you said those words. I said this anthem doesn't represent me. And i think that a lot of what she was called to do on her birthday week was to just correct and i think that is very different than amplifying. The work newer alluding to i think some of the tweets that resurfaced that she made ten years ago. That we're not great tweets doesn't mean that she's a bad person or she hasn't ground and changed in that period. I think the point to be made here is that there will be this digging into her past into hurt present anything that she says and does or has ever said and done will be scrutinized. And we'll be digested and spit back out at her. And that's the reality and so we've been talking to her mary. You've been talking other black women athletes and so can you just give us a sense of what those conversations are like and we also before you came on we did a segment about uk. Richardson and her marijuana suspension. So just what is the kind of ambient atmosphere now with all of this stuff kind of swirling in tokyo coming in just a couple of weeks. Yeah i mean. I would say overwhelming exhausting. Are the words that immediately come to mind. I think certainly in the work that i do. I studied black. Women athletes and symbol but also when they're disposable in that has really been the overarching story for the last few weeks so one of the things that they are talking about pointing to usa track and field. Black lives matter shirt with sixty eight metal stand. Protest outside of the trials in victoria jackson. As you who captured this and brought this point up or are able to profit off of the kind of specter of protests but yet aren't really standing in defensive glennon and that makes people exhausted. I think one of the most interesting conversations. I've had recently is with anna. Cockerel who's Usc grad and going to the olympics as a four hundred meter hurdler. The clip of anna went viral after her race. She was so joyous to have made the team and one of the things that anna said to me that i found particularly stirring. Was that a lot of the message. She started receiving. We're trying to make her a foil for gwen which were saying. Oh you're the great year grateful to be here. You're happy to be at the olympics. And this is how she was position and she was talking about how that felt really weird. Because i mean. We've all sat on panels together with gwen and anna together. Who have both been mobilizing organizing has done tremendous work organizing black athletes at usc and black collegiate athletes across the nation and so for her to now exist only as kind of quick viral. Crying caricature is something that she was wrestling with that one point very happy to have her message in mental health out there in the her joy captured an awesome feeling. Like is that all. I am now when people are calling me for interviews. They wanna talk about my depression. And i have so much more to say and i think that is something that is is really fell especially in light of just a few weeks ago having all these conversations about black women's mental health specifically around meiomi osaka and i think that is absolutely at the forefront of the minds of many of athletes. I'm talking to which is. How do you protect your mental health. When every day especially in this past week it's felt like news either about sha kerry and her suspension or the runners or being designated as not female enough to compete with the afro swim caps. It just feels like everyday. You opened up twitter. And there's another thing that's policing are scrutinizing. The bodies and the abilities of black women going to the olympics. I think juggling that with your joy individual joy to be there and the kind of symbolic thing that you now represent is tough. It's sort of a misnomer to think of team. Usa is like this one big organization of you know like everybody on the team knows everybody from the fencers to the steeplechase writers members of the dream team right there. It's sort of disparate. But i've been struck by the idea that i don't know where a lot of their white teammates are on this and we really brought that home. Was that the top two finishers in the hammer. Throw deanna price and brooke anderson. They stood at attention. Wave to the crowd during the national anthem. And i was curious if glynn hid noticed that if she had made note of the fact that not a lot of people that were not black. Athletes had come to her aid. Is that something. that's come up. Yeah i mean certainly in in this has been right multi years in the making i think a lot of black athletes nowhere their white counterparts stand and some have been vocal like race certainly and some have been less so and i think that doesn't mean that there aren't internal conversations but i think that was very clear to me is that folks tend to know especially when you're breaking it down by sport within track and field. These athletes tend to know where their ally ship is gonna come from and where it's not or with the limits of that look like and so do i think it bothers some of them. Yeah definitely but i think that especially in light of the conversations that are going on this week with rachel nichols and maria taylor. I think that other feeling of who's saying something to me in private. Who's saying something maybe publicly like..
WBZ Afternoon News
Carlos, US athletes take stand to end Olympic protest rule
"United States Olympic and Paralympic committee athletes council in partnership with legendary sprinter John Carlos has called on the international Olympic committee to abolish the anti protest rule the man was formally presented to the IOC for the first time in a letter today it made by U. S. Olympians on a Thursday conference call with the IOC athletes commission the issue is most famously highlighted by Carlos and Tommie Smith raising gloved fist during a medal ceremony in nineteen sixty eight and were expelled from the
Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing
Tokyo Olympics: IOC details athlete rules on political protests
"The International Olympic Committee has published new rules banning athletes from taking a political stand and in the field of play. Joe Ramsey explains no taking a knee. No hand gestures with political meaning. No disrespected medal ceremonies. The International Olympic Committee says athletes are prohibited prohibited by the Olympic charter from taking a political stand in the field of play like the raised fist by American sprinters. Tommie Smith and John Carlos at the nineteen sixty eight Mexico City Games. They can still express if political opinions and official media settings or on social media accounts the new guidelines come after two American athletes were reprimanded by the US Olympic Committee after protests on the podium at the Pan American in games last August in Peru the IOC says sport is neutral and must be separate from political religious or any type of
International Olympic Committee bans political statements by athletes at games
"The Olympics is banning political statements by athletes at this summer's Tokyo games no taking in me no hand gestures with political meaning no disrespect at medal ceremonies the international Olympic committee says athletes are prohibited by the Olympic charter from taking a political stand in the field of play like a raised fist by Americans printers Tommie Smith and John Carlos of the nineteen sixty eight Mexico City games they can still express political opinions and official media settings or on social media accounts the new guidelines come after two American athletes were reprimanded by the U. S. Olympic committee after protest on the podium at the Pan American Games last August in Peru the I. O. C. so sport is neutral and must be separate from political religious or any type of interference I'm Joe
LAFC get over El Trafico hump! Zlatan's last game? Plus, ATL roll on, NYCFC biff it & Sounders end Rimando's career
"News it's fair that's the right you have their hand up in fingers out and they'll say five they say five we have I I mean I it's tilting towards that player improves Bob trusts him that player goes out there that player play interested in Blackman say the name of Bachman in this game but he's a second year player he was drafted as a fullback he started as a centre back in the playoffs against lot Abrahama Vich and he was good we see for Dennis to close a became a part of Giancarlo gonzalves not one of them but you're already had seven centrebacks on the roster what we're going to do about him so I would be shocked to see five or six of these names even on the team next year then we saw in the starting lineup that frontline next year as Pavonis Alessandrini Cheeto in the middle of the scar one hundred fifty goals tonight's game on whether it was his last in the last quote it's not about money I have another two months that's on his contract we will see what happens Mike because it also sounds like it might be about that's the type of thing you say when you say if you want people to watch you pay me more money I don't think it is and from like he he didn't do the pre game interview with ESPN and he seemed a little not rattled but annoyed and tailored tweeted out and said one of the Galaxy Representative said he's been like this all week I think some people took that as he's locked in but I took it as he's just kind of a bit annoyed with hall thing and the way maybe the season's gone and you could say there's a million arguments you can make a million different directions one is he's done everything he can the team hasn't put a team around him why should he spend more time trying to make this better you could also say that he came inside concord he didn't win a championship but he's been one of the three best scores in the league over the last two years after he blew out his knee and came back in a new place and did all that so nothing would surprise me but if you're let me to put a guess on somewhere I'd say he's not playing soccer next I got well it I think you're wrong about that but anyway I gotta ask you this what grade do you give Garam Barrow Scarlata for this year now there are extenuating circumstances those circumstances there's lots on anytime you are managing a team was slapped on that is a very very real I'm going to say it's a limiter on what you can do do both with Latin in with the players around now I would not give him any higher than a B minus I think why I think his job was to to construct something behind slot on that wasn't just a complete seve and it was just you had to find a way Eh get some semblance of organisation you had enough especially when pavone came in special players to do a three man game and attacking sense it can work was Unin pavone and fill in the blank even if it's early on tuna in major league soccer you just have to find a way to get your bit-part players of the guys that you picked up have you don't fit for Denison closer maybe we'll never be back but who cares it might be last year the galaxy you gotTa Win some symbols of Organization and structure and competence see defensively to get a better than a B minus grade in this sense he's inexperienced coach he's done before he's been in shaping which I know he's had more talented at Boca Juniors he's played in this league the crew when he played for them if I remember correctly you were not some expansive team he was a difference maker he made the Batak around him better it was down four four one one he played completely free role they had Allie Marino as as a centre forward just dragging defenders around it just to open it you had an opportunity to Kinda almost two structures one is Latin and whoever the hell is up there and the rest is the rest of the team guys just dig in Yeah figure it out getting your blocks don't teams have easy goals and this team I'm GonNa make a guess other than FC Cincinnati probably gave up the most like Oh my God what goals are you kidding me right now that's what how did that happen I agree with you I think it'd be minus is probably a good grade yeah probably for what's going on and I I love Guillermo so for Sir I felt bad going in part of this lots conversations I'm fascinated to see what he does Latin doesn't return like water the allegations he looks like under his vision the way he builds after that a little bit of time but I don't know that he was that creative with formations to say like I gotta figure something out we'll make the post is in but here's my four weeks test this and here's my two weeks attest this and I think in places you mentioned for Bob Rally a young guy will learn and get better where did we see that right who Leonora who played well and then all of a sudden Ralph John Fletcher's the difference maker now John Carlos Gonzales is you're right back the he had three incredible central midfielders they could never really control games like why was that night the tiger let's just see if we can get our foot on the ball on that will be our defending is well control games so grew with we I think a lot of it unfortunate wasn't good enough from him but it'll be interesting to see in year two if he doesn't have slots on how he chooses to play how his team you can kind of understand why it was in some ways because it was like the island of misfit toys and a lot of all these different teams that failed and then they come in you have Gonzaga on your Guy Z.? You lose all of a sudden you have expectations that are always over the maybe the capability of the team especially this era where they've been to close at one year I think you've got to start judging my next especially there's lots on you but you better have had a plan and I expect they do we'll see what that plan is before we move onto union Atlanta to know what you think about Bradley's Will Fang his little spots are who I really respect as a journalist I loves me I think he does a great job I think he's the future broadcasting US bilingual aspect of it with Mexico and the US and legal maximum loss be mashed up into one place he was very dominated his questioning about Carlos Vela and whether Carlos Villa had finally stepped up in a big game and Bob was incredulous and perhaps rightly so in the moment What do you think what do you think it was one person's job to ask obvious questions that everyone in the world is thinking it's another person's set up there to answer those questions I don't think anything that are asked was ridiculous I mean he asked the question he has and he asked the question everyone else and he asked actually and he's set bob up to say there's no chance anyone could say what you just said anymore he was phenomenal tonight he's been phenomenal season he's EP of major league soccer he's the best player this league's ever seen and he's going to go in and MLS Cup yeah it was that simple but it was fun the way it happened Bob a stupid Bob knows a good. TV's Bob knows everybody in that locker room is going to see that see him sticking up four to see him sticking up for for his best player the heartbeat of the team many messy the MLS messy like I I'm not saying like I I'm certain Bob's emotion in that moment because you could see he loves Carla I'M CERTAIN THAT EMOTION and was real but I'm all I think it was somewhat calculated for the to to make that a moment say like see they're always going to be asking this about what s let's go kick set go Seattle's as was win MLS Cup show every let's shut everyone up forever that's what that was I like it if that's what it was I like it I enjoyed it he's like look there's an ESPN ESPN notification that goes out after that you don't see that for they get that for the win I don't think like let let's just if that's what it takes man like you have all the historical rancid it's out there but you know how I feel about this league sometimes flavor man give me some flavor and Bob Bradley absolutely did Elliot C are moving on their the low number one seed remaining they just got to win one game and if they do that most couple in Los Angeles at Bank of California Stadium talk about it on Monday because we're that's the nice thing is Monday comes and we can really dive into Seattle L.. AFC and I just throw something out there sure I would be shocked if Seattle won that game I think that it's going to be more comfortable than the game we just watched this is the third tune in on Monday that producer honors a noted satellite is that the right the right phrasing for that unders Seattle Seattle ish person who's he's not happy with us that's fine we don't here to please you unders let's talk Atlanta Philly Alanna do what they do they win at home in the Playoffs Limitation Games it's eight in a row so far this year us Gut Communist Cup into the Audi twenty playoffs couple of shutouts Philadelphia great season great season Talla gap town gap better players bigger moments we also had this thing where it's like Philly I have eleven great players they're a great group which means they don't rely on one person but unfortunately that also meant if anyone got hurt they were behind the eight ball and you're not going to go in a scenario where you have all eleven guys healthy for every player Front Josie Outdoor Omar Gonzalez are out right Walker Zimmerman and Mark Anthony Care out so every you're always gonNA have injuries miles Robinson and Michael Parkers now not to mention Lee win in that previous like Mark Anthony Cares out loud wind came in and hit a decent philly doesn't have that former MVP game and Broncos on makes a phenomenal save but you as you watch this game it was hard to see where the goal was gonna come from four Philly and I don't think it's knock on them to go on short rest to go on
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
Alonso hits 1st career HR to help Mets beat Marlins 7-3
"In the Marlins Pete Alonzo was becoming a hero in New York. Well, he went really deep. Second rider to the bell is first pitch Alonso crushes one of the air deep to right center. This is career. Four to three Homer at a right center field a personal milestone at a huge one for the New York bits as they've got it front of the Marlins. Now is how he rose WCBS. Josh did you see replay that home? I mean that looked like hit like a two iron with we crush that. Very you BUSTER. Yes. A two iron. I was actually going to go with a three wood. But no probably a little bit more accurate. Who bet he he he when he hits the ball. He kills it. I think I I read that it was the longest home run by any anybody in that ballpark. Since John Carlos Stanton was with the team Mets win that game. Seven three. Don Mattingly Marlins manager was very unhappy about some calls in this game. I guess I'm not supposed to complain about calls or whatever. But the league look at it because it was shaky tonight. I understand the whole Marlins aren't supposed to be good this year. And I guess it's okay to pile on. But the they got a it's got to be better than that. Shakey tonight.
Washington Nationals place Stephen Strasburg on 10-day DL
"And update to a story we've been telling you about this week a man who was shot by a police officer during a barricade situation at a Silver Spring townhouse earlier this week has died of. His wounds John Carlos Notre Peres locked himself. In his ex girlfriend's home Monday night with the couple's three year old son and refused to release either the boy nor. Give himself up when the terror Peres started setting fires inside the house. Police entered the home and shot him, flood warnings remain posted in northern Maryland. Through one this afternoon as five days of rain continue to work their way down river that includes the. Frederick area where high water is not the only issue it's also what's in the. Water sewage I think is an abundance of caution we're recommending avoiding this waters for one to two weeks after overflow berry with the Frederick county health. Department. After flooding this week officials had to dump raw sewage, into waterways to protect basements Tanaka see river is one. Of those waterways felt he worries through seekers will not be able to keep away Unfortunately they are attracted to high water what makes a guy go out of the boat without a life jacket, in flood. Stage of Knox you've ever I don't know. But there are dangers beyond just losing, your life and with more rain in the forecast the kayaks are probably best left at home win Delano on WMA Allen WFAN dot com house. All of this talk of impeaching deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein playing out in the fly over states President Trump setting dial will later today a state where farmers are feeling the pinch of the trade wars retaliatory tariffs on agricultural. Products Iowa GOP congressman David Young staying back. Here in Washington is worried about what the tariffs mean to his reelection chances and he's one GOP house member who won't. Support the impeachment resolutions against deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein impeachments a big. Deal I back home as well a, lot of people aren't talking about this. This seems to be more of a inside baseball kind of issue that's popped up here before we go. Into our August work break freedom caucus members are trying to force a vote on. Articles of impeachment claiming Rosenstein is leading a Justice department effort to withhold evidence regarding the Robert Mueller investigation Bob Costantini Washington the Trump administration's racing to meet a court imposed deadline today to. Reunite families who were forcibly separated at. The US Mexico border it's. A deadline the government will not fully meet. Because for one more than four hundred parents have already been deported without their kids the. Government says those parents opted not to, take their. Kids back with them but ACLU attorney legal learn says it's most likely that those parents didn't understand it found that parents did not know what they were signing Orally waving their right to, reintegration what the next step will be in full reunification is, expected to be. Determined from today's hearing Jim Roope on WMA yell and Wm AL. Dot com sim bad news for nationals fans there number two starting. Pitcher Stephen Strasburg has landed back on the disabled list days after he had just returned to. The lineup. Strasburg was rocked for six, runs in his first start in a month after being sidelined with shoulder inflammation Strasbourg, had been scheduled to start for the nationals tonight. In Miami no word yet from the team who will take his place checking your money the Dow is up one hundred fifty. Eight points at. This hour the NASDAQ down eighty up next traffic.
First and Last with Lundberg and Golic Jr.
Los Angeles Angels' Mike Trout is on pace for the greatest season in MLB history
"You guys can check out that says that mike trout is on pace for the greatest season two major league baseball history for the stat of war wins above replacement that takes into account defense the difficulty of your position getting on base not hitting a double plays all these very specific very valued elements of the game that might trout does so well he is basically the perfect war player and he's been a guy that's also been an mvp the league so he's good pretty much any metric you want to measure him by and right next to him all season long because he is a quiet superstar we've had this shine of shohei ohtani really overshadowing mike trout well now they're working side by side so we've seen now that they they just the other day what batted one in two in the lineup tuesday against the astros in are trying that out now for a tiny he's one of the first rookies to be a part of that it's a unique situation because of unique talent and it got us to thinking because we saw the comparison some people were asking about would you rather have mike trout or shohei otani and to me that question is ludicrous at this point because of what might trout is accomplished in his career so far because he seems to be the unanimous pick right now for a while bryce harper but we look at this now and i can basically we can do the tim duncan thing where we were cues him from this conversation because he's just too damn good for it but it did get us to thinking at espn radio at angola junior fifty seven on twitter or triple eight say espn if you were to pick one going forward and we only ask this because the way their season started but if you look at shohei otani and john carlos stanton in new york now giancarlo stanton is the reigning nl mvp giancarlo stanton is a homerun crushing monster who came into the season expected to continue to belt them around the yards and with that expectation had early on fallen relatively flat now has started to ready the ship we read the stat the.
First and Last with Lundberg and Golic Jr.
Mike Trout on pace for the greatest season in MLB history for WAR
"That says that mike trout is on pace for the greatest season two major league baseball history for the stat of war wins above replacement that takes into account defense the difficulty of your position getting on base not hitting a double plays all these very specific very valued elements of the game that might trout does so well he is basically the perfect war player and he's been a guy that's also been an mvp the league so he's good pretty much any metric you want to measure him by and right next to him all season long because he is a quiet superstar we've had this shine of shohei ohtani really overshadowing mike trout well now they're working side by side so we've seen now that they they just the other day what batted one in two in the lineup tuesday against the astros in are trying that out now for a tiny he's one of the first rookies to be a part of that it's a unique situation because of unique talent and it got us to thinking because we saw the comparison some people were asking about would you rather have mike trout or shohei otani and to me that question is ludicrous at this point because of what might trout is accomplished in his career so far because he seems to be the unanimous pick right now for a while bryce harper
Dez Bryant, Nfl and Ryan Shazier discussed on Get Up!
"Here's john carlos stanton he got into the act for the red hot yankees yesterday homering twice off dallas who has been inky killer it stanton's thirtieth career multi home run game and sal the red hot they won eleven out of twelve pitches it's out over the plate and aaron judge getting the same kind of looks i'm wondering when these pitchers are going to start throwing inside the sanchez jean carlos stanton trying to get them off the plate as if they can extend like that it's bombs away for the bomber meanwhile no one though in baseball as hot as movie bats three home runs yesterday leading doing into five four win over the royals it's his fourth career three home run game that passes ted williams for the most in franchise history so just look at this he surpasses ted williams in red sox history and he is also catt now has more games with three hold on and and get get ever ever had had babe ruth ever had willie mays ever had seems impossible and yet it's true football news and we reported this earlier this morning kamboi tight end jason witten who had been wavering on this decision is retiring from the cowboys and he will join us at espn is an analyst for monday night football he's an eleven time pro bowler because eleven hundred and fifty two passes in his career for over twelve thousand yards after being drafted in the third round in twenty two thousand three excuse me out of tennis the big part of this news is the balance of power in the nfc east shifts right they may get zeke elliott for entire season with their losing dez bryant they're losing jason witten that's not gonna make back prescott bit of quarterback no the dallas cowboys were into the team to be in this in this division going into the season and now they are even less so and then we have this story another one that is relatively new into our newsroom we also ryan shazier of the steelers walking out onto the stage at the nfl draft.
Under The Hood
Boston, Tampa Bay and Wilson discussed on Under The Hood
"Cup playoffs game free in boston between the lightning and bruins a series tied at a game of peace tampa bay three one after one period and still up three one as they go to the third in boston capitals wilson has been suspended for three games by the league wilson's hit on penguins zack aston race resulted in a concussion and broken job on tuesday night baseball earlier today mookie betts in boston he had himself a day at fenway hammers it's homerun off a hat trick this is unbelievable that second free home run game of the season red sox beat the royals at fenway colin w e i in boston yankees and astros on espn and the espn app fourthinning jiang's up free nothing john carlos stanton a two run shot in the first a solo shot in the fit for new york warriors take care of business winning the first who had home now the series shifts to new orleans with a pelican space have critical game three coverage begins friday at seven thirty eastern on espn radio and on espn presented by barbara's always busy like we always do about this time.
All News, Traffic and Weather
Nathan Carman, man accused of killing grandfather, invokes Fifth Amendment in inheritance case
"Not really jeff because teachers and students plan to be back here tomorrow in fact some teachers were telling me they're willing to use their sick days to come down to the capital so they can keep pressure on the lawmakers jeff right omar thanks we move now to a murder mystery in new england members of nathan carman's family claimed he killed his grandfather and mother to collect a multimillion dollar inheritance carmen has not been charged but he appeared in court today don daler is following this case two awesome awfully substantial i had very very little nathan carman's turned accusations of murder onto his aunts in a court hearing scheduled to stop him from gaining a family inheritance by digging up information into two unsolved family deaths in two thousand sixteen linda carmen nathan's mother went missing during a boating trip nathan carmen was found and rescued eight days later i just want to thank the public their prayers and for your continuing prayers for my mother three years earlier carman's grandfather millionaire real estate developer john carlos was found shot to death in connecticut home carmen allegedly owned the same caliber rifle used in his grandfather's murder and is a suspect in the cold case investigation carman's aunts believed that their nephew is responsible for both deaths and that he was fueled by a potential seven million dollar inheritance carmen chose to invoke the fifth amendment during today's hearing when questioned about his gun and other financial documents that could provide clues about his role in his family members deaths attorney dan small is representing the family he refused to answer questions he refused to take a polygraph exam that's not the conduct of someone who cares deeply about his grandfather wants to find his grandfather's murder carmen has fired his attorneys in is currently representing himself against the advice of the judge jeff judge david king says that the family attorneys may be allowed to depose carmen at a future date all right don taylor thank you there is a groundbreaking development in africa tonight i take a look at this video of the groundbreaking open here the rift is several miles long and some believe it is a the continent is splitting into ever so slowly here's chip reid with more on this this giant crack in.