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"john gilbert" Discussed on KOMO
"Drug addiction and now suicide as well It's a crisis It is next budget President Biden is dedicating $52 billion for mental health and drug treatment over the next decade Secretary of becerra calls the plan transformational with behavioral health and drug addiction the top of mind today are John lobert Tina uncovered a new and growing problem with fentanyl addiction Addiction specialist Todd care and says fentanyl recovery took an ugly turn about a year ago This diagnosis never in existed before The drug became cheaper three pill a day users jumped to 50 pills and withdrawals were downright frightening 20 to 30% or more of these people go into a full blown delirium complete delay And they're psychotic We have to put them in special net beds to keep them safe We have to put them on antipsychotics Pain pills gave way to heroin for recovering at a crystal Buckner but they were nothing like fentanyl The first time that I tried to do it without the medical detox like I said I went into a ten day coma But sometimes it takes a drug to kick a drug habit doctor Todd Karen We get them inducted onto Suboxone very carefully They'll have all of their withdrawal all of their cravings relieved It's remarkably effective So effective the federal government is endorsing the treatment John Gilbert northwest news radio Northwest news times 7 ten and from the Beacon plumbing sports desk Underway in Seattle we've got baseball and it's the top of the second Mariners lead the Tampa Bay Rays two to nothing and the home opener WNBA tonight It is the storm and the Minnesota links and it's the storm Now two to nothing ahead And with more sports let's take a check now.
"john gilbert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Butch jones suddenly looking better. Jeremy pruitt gone today. John joining us. These senior sports editor at aol dot com and john. It is great to have you with us. We've talked about the possibility that pruitt would be gone. He is now gone. Fulmer out as well. Your reaction another stunning day on rocky. Top back on again paul. You know. I think that the part that i guess is maybe the most surprising to me is the phil fulmer component <hes>. Because as you know we talked about the past you know there's obviously been you know. Rumors swirling about tennessee. Possibly moving on from jeremy pruitt for a while. I think a lot of people in the industry thought when that first report came out that tennessee was looking into <hes>. Potential recruiting violations under pruitt that was signaling that they would like to fire pruitt with 'cause a four forecast which you know they've made very clear that is what they are doing. The former component is a little different because he is such legendary person with that blake department <hes>. From his time as a football coach and you saw today in that press conference just the these university leaders really going out of their way to praise him and talk about how he's at tennessee. Ledge all those different things. So i think you know fomer kind of getting pushed aside <hes>. Calling it a retirement. But i think there's a little more to that is probably the most interesting component of this to me because now it means you not only have to fire new. Find a new football coach but you also have to find a new ad. Do you think john. It was the contract extension. That former gave jeremy pruitt attorney was the final tipping point for him. I would imagine it's probably a lot of different you components to it because you know hey we have to remember this. Was you know fomer higher to begin with you know as that whole crazy. Coaching search point out and former becomes. Ad then hires jeremy pruitt. I also think. I mean if you were watching that press conference today paul. You know felt like you know so. It's still in some ways defending pruitt. They're asking him about how pruitt would be remembered and he talks about how you know recruiting had been good <hes>. Which is obviously ironic considering that they fired him in part because of recruiting violations and fired nine people in total <hes> also tied the recruiting department <hes>. But also just the way that he was talking about how pro had rebuilt relationships and all these different things it felt like to me at least that former was not out on pruitt as a higher to that point. So you know part of it could have been simply that you feel wasn't ready to move on from pruitt and it s part became what we're gonna make just wholesale changes here and i think if you remember paul you know one of the reasons why earlier in the year before we knew about all these recruiting violations. I was always a little skeptical. Pruitt getting fired in part because it would reflect poorly on former. And i didn't think four would want to move on from his higher <hes>. Like you said he just gave an extension to after only three seasons as the head coach
"john gilbert" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Movie the the greatest showman you looked like the main guy looks like huge You know with a big moustache. I don't think anybody's ever given me such a high call. That was you looking like hugh jackman look in the curly mustache. My goodness so back then. This was like this was pre kids for you. This was pre marriage. This was you were just watching out. I was twenty three. I was being twenty three. Let's see what we what your was your position of the at alice. The same then. No no no. I don't think at that time. I don't even think i was vice. President yet I believe when we met. I think i was still just a project manager at that. Data entry right pretty much Pretty much. I started with data entry. It's project manager was glorified data entry. I mean that's really what it was. And then i think two thousand to two thousand fourteen. I became vice president and yeah. That's that's why i think get one. I became vice president. And now it's been a year and a half now being executive vice presidents. it's been a wild ride man. It's been a wild ride since we've known each other i mean it's new york. My goodness gilbert. How man. I miss him. He's still around but he's still he's still he's having a dog he is. He runs a lot of the well. I mean he's he's you know i would say kind of semi retired now I've got nothing bad to say about the guy. He's so a little bit of backstory john. Gilbert was My father's right hand at the company for i would say about twenty years and john gilbert anybody who knows him. Try them as the bulldog If you need something done if there is a a hairy situation that you don't necessarily want to address yourself john. Gilbert wall will not only go tackle it but he'll happily tackle it and You know those many people pretty sure each of both times. I believe you me still bulldogs. But he calls me about once a week and he tells me i'm not doing my job. Well so you want know man. He's he's one of those guys that he's he's he's an. Og you gotta listen to him. I mean it's kind of one of those things where he's earned his respect enough or there's times are obviously i get frustrated and i don't want to hear it and i don't want to you know man i i know what i'm doing in all this fun stuff and and things that obviously every millennial thinks that they already know but yeah you got to listen to the guy. He's i think. Seventy six or seventy seven now and I mean the guy just up until like a year. Two years ago he would walk or run like four miles every morning. Like at like four. Am i mean the guy was a guy haas. He's a machine a machine. He's a machine and yeah i miss nothing mentioned that i miss gilbert to man. He's still in our office on the north side. he's still kind of watches over things. He watches over caretaker now. Grounds guy housekeeper. From right hand man of of unicef child reaches a groundskeeper your your old ghetto.
"john gilbert" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Weather Station. NewsRadio 1200 W AWAY. I under partly cloudy skies It's 84 degrees, and it's four o'clock at news radio 1200 W away. I Hey, Barry County Sheriff's deputy has been involved in a shooting on highway 87 at the westbound lanes are currently shut down that Stewart Road that's in Far East Bear County sheriff having her Salazar will be providing an update shortly. A suspect is under arrest in connection with a deadly hit and run as a PD say Maria Flores caused Alex Raina to die last month and I 10 year I 37 After smashing and was SUV and sending him into a sign Florida's was captured yesterday during a traffic stop. Officers say the 22 year olds accused of failure to stop and render aid will also facing D Wi failure to idea and unauthorized use of a vehicle all the president's celebrating an economic milestone today. President Trump in the White House press briefing room, taking credit for the Dow Jones crossing the 30,000 threshold for the first time. That's a sacred number. 30,000. Nobody thought that ever see it. That's the ninth time since the beginning of 2020, the Del fell back to the 19,000 level and march in the early days of the Corona virus pandemic. Wall Street in recent weeks has reacted positively to news reports coming from various pharmaceutical companies concerning their success and developing vaccines for covert 19 1 of Joe Bynes Top Cabinet picks says It's the honor of his life to be selected. I will do everything I can Earn it working for you. Having you as a mentor and friend has been the greatest privilege of my professional life. Speaking in Delaware, Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken said America has been the last best hope on Earth for his family as many were refugees. Blinken spoke of his grandfather, who was a Holocaust survivor. A reiterated binds words. The U. S cannot solve all the world's problems on its own. As Corona virus cases. Surgeon All Paso. More mobile morgues are being set up at the county judges. They can't keep up with the number of deaths this week. One solution. It's not sufficient, and the judge says there's a backlog of close to 500 deaths. The medical examiner's office must evaluate as to whether they should be attributed to Cove in 19 holiday curfew will go into effect tomorrow night in El Paso. And a year or restaurants have faced hardships due to Cove in 19 summer, finding success this week selling prepackaged Thanksgiving dinners and they did it. San Antonio ST Anthony Hotel and Michael Bazaar says the package is sold out for having done this before. Least for Thanksgiving. Anyway, we had modest expectations and we've we've we've met all of those and a little bit better than we expected to, he says It's making for a nice little bump at the end of a bad year for the hospitality industry on one of the heirs to the fortune of oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, has died. TMZ reports John Gilbert Getty died last week in a San Antonio hotel. FL play is not suspected, but further details were not released. His daughter posted several photos of memorializing getting on Instagram, saying she will always be a proud daughter. New federal reports. His home prices are skyrocketing. Other reports his values jumped over 3% compared to the second corner. That's the biggest gain on record dating back to 1991 at Spike's, because by record low mortgage rates, spurring demand and aloe supply of homes on the market, and people are also looking for more space to spread out during the pandemic. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news..
"john gilbert" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Service weapon or pointed it at Mr O'Neill, who? Dean says this is the first time his office charged the law enforcement officer for a homicide while on duty, San Francisco is charting a new campus. One that will hold officers accountable when they break the law. Some Adela is expected to turn himself in this week. Carlsbad Police are looking for any witnesses after a woman was found dead on a popular trail. The body was found in the area of the hospital. Rove Trail off Monroe Street Monday, detectives asking anyone who may have heard or seen anything suspicious. We do between 10 A.m. and noon to call police medical examiner is working to identify the woman and determine a cause of death. Police say a member of the Getty family was found dead in Texas reports yesterday, 52 year old John Gilbert Getty was found unresponsive in a San Antonio hotel room. TMZ also reports the story, citing law enforcement sources, who say Getty was found dead this past Friday, and the No foul play is suspected. His father is businessman and philanthropist Gordon Getty. His grandfather was oil mogul J. Paul Getty, Georgia preparing to finalize its votes for the 2020 presidential election. Jonathan Serrie Reports from Atlanta last week statewide hand audit of ballots confirmed President elect Joe Biden's 12,000 vote lead in Georgia. But state elections officials say this week's machine recount will provide the final certified result. If the number is different. The recount comes as Georges to Republican U. S. Senators campaign for January 5th run offs against well funded Democrats. Georgia's Republican secretary of state insists there's no evidence of widespread voter fraud, and he continues to refuse calls by senators Purdue and Kelly Leffler for him to step down. But some of the president's supporters are demanding Maurin clued in a special session of the Georgia Legislature. Well, game show Jeopardy, announcing its new host for now, Jeopardy.
"john gilbert" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On my C I'm David first coming up a conversation with Bruce Springsteen about his new album and the death of the last surviving bandmate from his first group. That conversation coming up later this hour here on morning edition. This is the final day of our fall fundraiser here on W c. We shorten this pledge drive to just Five days to bring you as much news coverage as possible. We normally try to raise all of this money in nine days in the fall, Eso because we have shortened that this Dr We need you right now to help fund the journalism that you need. Asking you to call us this morning to keep w n Y C strong The number to call is 8883769692. You can also give WN y si dot org's and this is a great moment to give. Because your Gift will be doubled. We have a dollar for dollar match going on at this moment. This is the last dollar for dollar match during this campaign, So if you wait for these matches Now is the time to call your chance to have your contribution matched. So a gift of Let's say $100 is worth $200 to W N. Y. C at this moment and investment of $500 will be worth $1000 and so on. Police take advantage of this opportunity right now. Jill and John Gilbert And the Holborn Foundation have offered this matching money as this extra incentive for you to join them in their support of W. N. Y. C and it just takes a phone call to 8883769692 or a gift. At WNBC dot or to help out I am David first. We're also here with WNBC is program Director Jacqueline Cicada. Good morning. Good morning and thank you very much. If you've made a contribution already to support our effort are five days shortened Fall fundraiser. Usually it's a nine day drive. We are trying to raise The same amount of money we would in a nine day drive in just five days. And here we are on the last day of the drive with a dollar for dollar match in effect, I hope that that for all of us procrastinators that that match Is the little incentive you need. Teo take care of business to take care of it at the last minute. 888376969 to pledge online wnyc dot org's We love reading your comments. When you make a pledge. I want to call out to marriage geek from New York City. Who said w n Y C is a lifeline to local and global news every morning on my way to work Well, good morning Mar Sheikh, your insight, directness and reliability as an unbiased source have cultivated my trust in you. Best start to my day and to Darryl in Baldwin. Thank you, Darryl, he wrote. I honestly don't know what I'd do without WN, saying voices and a crazy time. Thank you for your work. It is so much appreciated. Well, I don't know what WN I would do without our listener support because listener support is the single largest source of our funding. That means we rely on you more than any other revenue source. And that means corporate sponsorship. You hear those corporate sponsorship messages? We're grateful for that support, but that support is not as strong as it used to be right now because of the pandemic. Your support listener support. We've always said it's the most reliable support. And now more than ever, it is there is a match in effect right now. Dollar for dollar, Your dollars will go twice as far 8883769692888376 w. M d or pledge online at wnyc dot org's No people in our region are relying on W. N. Y C and two gothamist for accurate up to date information about everything that's happening in the city in the country in the world what the next phase of the pandemic might look like? The movement for racial and Social justice, Of course, the 2020 election. We also know that so many people in this diverse community are struggling, and we're relying on the.
"john gilbert" Discussed on Family Health
"Corey Gilbert, and I'm honored to come alongside you to encourage educate in a quick view as we focus on the different relationships that make us family. Let's get started and focus on today's feature off thing is John Gilbert with the family features podcast and I am excited today to bring up a meme that I saw or a little graphic that was talking with the five irrational beliefs about marriage about relationships because it's relationships in general but these five irrational beliefs and they're just so simple and so good that I just had to bring it up because it seems no-brainers, but I'm seeing these with couples all the time. So number one the first irrational belief if you really love me you should know what I want how I feel I shouldn't have to tell you a joke. It's so interesting how movies and romance novels and all this other stuff kind of paint that picture. You should just know really guess what my best teacher of what to do is you my partner my best friend. And actually if you don't teach me, I don't know and what I'm finding with couples is I work with couples is often times. They don't need no so if I'd haven't taught my wife how to love me as in there's conversations about it. She doesn't know but more often than not I haven't been able to voice it myself. So no she doesn't know which is interesting. So number one, if you really love me, you should know what I want or how I feel I shouldn't have to tell you not true at all. Some of us can't read dead body language. Some of us can't read cues and and subtleties and they need it. We need it straight. So be careful with those expectations their number two, there is a dead. Way and wrong way to go through life. This one gets tough right now. Some of us can be quite opinionated about others should do or how they should live their life. I get myself stuck in that spot to myself. Why are they doing that? Why are they committing to that? Why are they could you know, so, you know overworked or overwhelmed or under worked or underwhelmed we have opinions everyone has an opinion so be careful with that because it burdens you. I promise if you're so critical of others, you're probably not looking at the stuff you're needing to grow in or stuck in and they may not be stuck at all. It's just perspective many people are stuck people are in routines and ruts and and they need some tweaking they need some some help but you aren't being invited into that as their helper as their own coach or as their guide. So be careful to not to take that on again. The number two there is a right way and a wrong way to go through life there may or may not be my personal life. And that's going to be scripture verses not scripture following the Bible or not. But yet what I see among all of us as Christians is we all kind of do this whole Buffet on a Bible where we pick and choose what we follow and we aren't following all of it. Why none of us? Earn our way to Christ earn your way to heaven. It is something that's done on the cross for us not dead by my actions. So is there are the right ways and wrong ways to do certain things. Maybe you know what the wrong ways are is the way that teaches a lot of us. So careful with that number three months disagreeing and conflict is a sign that you're the wrong partner. I'm seeing this a lot with young couples where because they disagree or because they're different they feel like maybe this isn't a good match. You don't want the same. I promise same means one of you needs to be canceled out difference invites relationship and strong. And struggle in a good sense as in growth different perspective. I would not be who I am. If it weren't for the differences. My wife is and who she how she sees the world how she interacts with the the topics content the Bible everything she has grown me and I hope I have her as well but disagree in conflict is part of it. It is required actually in relationships to not have it's actually a sign of unhealthy in a sense. So just agreeing conflict is a sign that you're the wrong partner. No, no, no, no, no number for patients shouldn't require work. They do. Sorry. They are tough. Now one of the things I tell young couples is if everything is just work work work struggled struggled struggled tough tough tough in the dating. Your marriage is probably going to be pretty similar so careful with that but the honest truth is is growth takes work. It's kind of the whole adage of what we do with a muscle you break. Down through repetitive careful overuse in a sense to make it into a stronger piece of Machinery. Same thing in marriage growth comes from conflict and from work interacting as a couple and then as a family cuz then as you had kids they have their perspective, I would tell my kids when they were younger. You have no free. Will you're too young age that laughingly because I knew they did and now they're older and it's like, whoa you so have free will and it can get kind of scary but they bring a different perspective and and sometimes hope it's sometimes it's not very encouraging and that's another part of it, but it's part of the marriage and family relationships number five. I shouldn't have to pull more weight than you do interesting when that they came up with here. I shouldn't have to pull more weight than you. Do. There's nothing equal in a marriage or in a relationship. It goes back and forth and back home. Can there be Seasons where one person seems to be pulling more weight than the other? Yes it can and it's hard that's part of the relationship part where you're conversing and talking through what might need to change or some other way of doing something that might be able to alleviate the burden but in marriage in a healthy relationship whoever's may be under working there either needs to be a really good reason. And the other person's pulling their weight out of love or we need to kind of hit a pause button and go wait what's going on here? There's something else something else is wrong. And it's again relationship not I come in Thursday. We haven't talked demand demand van that's not going to work. Either that actually there's going to be a imbalance continually because one might be have the imbalance when it comes to the children and others job or multiple jobs housework. There's always that imbalance its relationship negotiating talking and finding ways to serve the person you should get and go both ways. Are there Seasons where one has a harder time? Yes, there can be and then you're constantly re-evaluating. So here here the 5-year Ash lease again one, if you really love me. You should know what I want how I feel I shouldn't have to tell you false to there's a right way and a wrong way to go through life false. Careful with that three disagreeing conflicts to sign that you're the wrong partner. Not at all for relationships shouldn't require work not true. And 5 I shouldn't have to pull more weight than you. Do. I hope these are encouraging you to think through maybe some patterns and some habits and some ways of thinking that a cut for you and that you'll actually be able to lead into conversations with Junior partner your best friend to grow and become a stronger us a better us so bless you bless your marriage in your family. Thank you for tuning into the family features podcast. It has been an honor to serve find out more about dr. Gilbert and his resources for you and your family's growth and success and healing lives off. 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Warriors Women: The Hart Sisters
"Month we're talking about warriors as encyclopedias. Manica is created by two sisters. I am extra excited about today's episode talking about two antique when writers and educators whose work challenged the patriarchal order. These two sisters are believed to be the first African Caribbean writers to be published meet Elizabeth and an heart or the heart sisters. Elizabeth Hart was born in Seventeen. Seventy two in Antigua an and followed suit in seventeen seventy three. He grew up in a wealthy household with slaves though their parents were freed slaves themselves. The sisters had access to education and help to teach their younger siblings after their mother died in seventeen thousand five the following year booth. Sisters were baptized methodists. Their religion would play a huge part in their activism. The sisters cited Christian theology as a rationale for quality and they argued that women should be able to participate in holy work in addition to men and Elizabeth both married white. Men who were active participants in antique was early Methodist Even Jellicoe movement and married a preacher named John. Gilbert Elizabeth married an evangelical teacher by the name of Charles tweets. Their relationships were not received well by white society as injury marriages were uncommon frowned upon still all signs point to the sisters having happy relationships with their partners and Elizabeth's faith is a significant part of their writing both wrote histories of methodism Antigua and also finished her husband's memoir on his life and Elizabeth wrote poems about slavery and her spirituality. Elizabeth was more outspoken about emancipation than her sister. Her attack on slavery was also connected to her religious devotion. She believed that abolishing slavery would restore the faith which had been tainted by oppression and injustice. The sisters profoundly believed in the power of Education. They advocated this slave should be educated emphasizing. They were intelligent in eighteen. O One Elizabeth founded a private school and Saint John's a few years later. The sisters opened the first Sunday School in the Caribbean is true for the school to accept people of all genders and races and even hold school meetings in the dark so the students wouldn't feel ashamed of disparities in their clothing in eighteen. Sixteen and Elizabeth founded the female Refuge Society but organization just orphans and women. The Society Fed clothed and supported the hungry and for the sisters were passionate and outspoken. About lifting up the voices and lives of black women and wrote about her disdain for prostitution and her belief that it stemmed from the institution of slavery while Elizabeth wrote about sexual abuse and its role in keeping black women from social mobility. Elizabeth died in eighteen thirty three and died a year later. They were both sixty one years old. When they passed away the heart sisters work impacted discourse about methodism and slavery and their actions affected and improve the lives of many around them
"john gilbert" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Listening to the Capital One Orange Bowl ESPN radio and ESPN out from State Street and the first west bank studio this is W. M. V. P. Chicago ESPN one thousand a car goes home for sports John Gilbert Jones the Capital One Orange Bowl Florida at the moment leaves a thirty three to twenty one of the touch on my P. run is under review and I'm hoping that some of that you were right there inside the five yard line about three yards from where I'm standing on the two yard line right now so on hand in real time I thought it was good to hear the line judge came running down to the field judge say nothing he stepped out the judge waved him off the road a touchdown I thought it was good in real time I'm looking at it so mark right now I'm telling you I see a little bit a green white the in between that tell mark from will be right those thank you a bloody right there even without the touchdown he runs a career one hundred thirty eight yards rushing first the gold diggers at the one take the stand please he will on Wall he lives one million and that was an answer right there was a problem go for two rooms trying to make this a two touchdown game being up twelve at this point as easy as contrast the near north of here on a bigger more the stadium for the football game hello four nine for the tackle woman he said don't pull it down and in the end zone on the zone resell players shot down and sure enough the offense on the field to go through to try to make this a fourteen point ballgame their moans twenty five water was all the way up to the numbers out of the office here makes me got the light pole with this two point attempts nine thirty three left in the fourth quarter France three seasons swinging motion upon some eighteen now we can handle rooms right moves back love please the version is no good notes here with a good job defensively for Virginia yes see the that's of a play that I've seen a bunch of time it's called sprint right shoot where everyone else goes right in front of Leica tied in out in left in a time Taylor was wise to the ski season that play before as well so he didn't say a shoot that's the Disney version of what the players actually called very well done say nine thirty three left in the fourth quarter it's now Florida thirty three Virginia twenty one you're listening to the Capital One Orange Bowl on ESPN radio and ESPN out Tuesday new year's eve is upon us so what should your team's resolution being pluses every single wild cards what you think go all the way and we'll give it a week seventeen awards Tuesday I'm going to succeed radio is he's on the Kentucky Wildcats in the Belk bowl coverage begins tomorrow at noon eastern on ESPN radio and on ESPN new year's day college football the tradition continues in Pasadena Justin Herbert leads the pac twelve champion ducks against Jonathan Taylor the badgers in the grand Daddy of them all the Rose Bowl game presented by northwestern mutual number six Oregon versus number rate Wisconsin at five eastern then the Bulldogs look for a bounce back victory against a resurgent bears in the big easy the all state Sugar Bowl number five Georgia versus number seven Baylor eight forty five new year's day on ESPN and streaming live on the ESPN app one time I was down in Miami filling in with you guys and we're in a discussion in the break about jail and still got very flippantly like not even into the microphone just because I would kill a jail you know me pretty well now that you think I would feel it yeah negotiating I'd run prisons download unsubscribe Tuesday right now one apple podcast bottom five or wherever you get your podcast he sees that Capital One Orange Bowl ESPN radio and on the E. S. P. N. F. Florida thirty three Virginia twenty one.
"john gilbert" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted
"Well you know one of the things that struck me is that some of the stories are just flat out funny and others looking through them them through the Lens of today kind of sad. Yeah I agree. Talk to me about the research because almost all of these stories I'd never heard was an enormous amount of research which one thing that we decided early on and we had done this. This is Ed Hemingway and I and our earlier book is. We weren't gonNA write about anybody who is living we sort of had to rules. We weren't gonNA write about anybody who's living thing and we were going to generally stick to people who were known to be hard drinkers. Did it was part of their public figure. We weren't sort of outing. Somebody who is a closet drinker. It wasn't known for that so probably the richest sources. Were Memoir in autobiography. Because those were sort of first person accounts I mean like in the story I read about beat the Devil Oswald Morris did write his own autobiography called Houston. We have a problem and he tells lots of firsthand stories as Houston cinematographers and. That was great. You know so. Those first person accounts were really useful. Does a lot in magazines and newspapers of the time the very public figures so for example with Bogart in the panda fiasco and the lines that he was quoted as saying in the courtroom those were covered in the press but it was Significant undertaking and we did create a bibliography at the back of the book. Because after we'd done so much research we thought we should really listed out there so other other folks can dive in but we did find two sources for everything so there wasn't anything that we relied on a single source for. How long did this take took a few years? We bit off more than we'd get. Choose got got ad was illustrating books. He writes children's books. And I make documentary films so cross this for years. I was making films and writing other things. There was so much research that went into this. I don't know how you found time to do anything else. Yeah well we had helped with that to you get researchers and sometimes they pull stuff in I and they do. Have I pass it in. You know we're looking for very specific parts of someone's life The other thing that is really helpful the came about in this. Was this kind of difference. I think between our first book on writers and our second book on Hollywood which were probably five six years apart was being able to get books on kindle because because then you can word search in that actually allows you to move through books much more easily an isolated parts that might involve the social life. The drink of the work is extraordinary. I mean you go all the way back to the very beginnings of Hollywood in the silent era. Yeah it goes from the silent era in the early days. The Buster Astor Keaton's and Mabel Norman's and John Gilbert's and Marian Davies all of those folks all the way through the seventies and people like Sinatra and Mitcham Ava Gardner owner Lee Marvin. So it's a big stretch. This is a story about Lee Marvin. He's certainly Samson his quote quite tough. He says Tequila Straight. There's a real polite drink you keep drinking until you finally take one more and it just won't go down then you know you've reached your lemon. Just start driving. He'll oh come down. At least that was the logic director John Boorman and his wife Christel had just finished dinner with Lee Marvin at Jack's at the beach in Santa Monica. Well that's not not entirely true. It had started as dinner but the Arrow is now two. AM in Marvin was ripped on Martinis. They'd all arrive together in Marvin's car which he now insisted insisted on driving. Even though Bormann was trying to take away his keys. Fuck you Marvin head said rearing back gesturing with an Imaginary Samurai Sword. This this was a man who had made. twenty-one beach landings in the South Pacific during World War Two still. The Imaginary Sword didn't prevent anyone from getting into the car in so Marvin persisted. Did he felt he was completely capable of driving into demonstrate this. He climbed up onto the top of the vehicle like an orangutan in crouched on the luggage rack. Pity Poor John. Boreman the British filmmaker who is directing his first American feature point blank with Marvin is the lead forman was as yet untested. He was also rewriting. The script on the fly since Marvin had thrown the original shooting draft out the window locations were being scouted sets were being designed instill. No one knew exactly what they were. Filming form would regularly meet with. Marvin is Malibu. Beach House to apprise him of his progress. The meetings typically when well in less Marvin had too much to drink beyond a certain level of vodka forman would right. He sailed out on his own into deeper waters. Where no mortal could follow indeed need when drunk? Marvin left behind often even himself one morning he arrived home from an all nighter without his house. Keys after ringing the bell he was greeted at the door were by an unfamiliar woman when he asked what she was doing in his house. She replied you sold it to me. Three months ago. He had to buy a star map to figure out where he currently lives. Prior to pointblank. Marvin had been in Vegas for production of the professionals one night returning to his hotel. After a long day shooting death valley he'd put quarter order after quarter into a slot machine he couldn't get to work not realizing it was actually a parking meter anyway. The luggage rack. Marvin's car was parked at at the end of the Santa Monica pier jutting into the ocean foreman figure if he drove the length of appear he could demonstrate he was serious about this in. Marvin would relent so he he gave a shot to no avail before reaching the actual road form and got out and ask Marvin if he was ready to come down. Marvin snarled Borman got back behind behind the wheel. It was late. The Pacific Coast highway was practically deserted in Marvin had left them no choice form and turned onto the highway in slowly headed toward Marvins beach chows. It wasn't long before rolling appeared in the rear view mirror. The police form in pulled over and officer approached the car assessing the scene. Finally he looked Berman and asked his first question. Do you know you have Lee Marvin on your roof. I mean I'm sure he was a nice guy parties. Hi this is Kristen Jennifer win last night we were just talking about. The holidays are over. And we're a little bit but we'll put them but you know you know what I think we can keep the holidays going. How by buying gifts for ourselves? Lincoln Reserve Dot Com and use the code podcast. VIP Get fifteen percent off everything in the store. So it's like vice is still giving US Christmas presents. That's amazing podcast. VIP Vice Reserve Dot Com fifteen percent off everything. What are waiting for well? Let's go. Let's go I'm going. You talk about how things things like the emergence of sound changed. How Hollywood party for one thing? The emergence of sounded. Because you couldn't go out all night and get hammered and wake up after having had a pack and a half of cigarettes with your voice rough and scratchy and feel like you could get away with your scenes for the day in the silent era. You could do that but your voice was more your instrument with talkies so in some ways that settle things some of that probably also has to do with the Industry Street taking off in the media around you and you know in those early days it really was more the wild west and you could fly under the radar bit more. Maybe one of the things that is interesting is the studio system and the thirties and forties fifties had like their own team to handle stars who they knew were likely to fly off the derails at a given moment and so they had relationships with the chief of police and they had relationships with the editors at the newspapers they had relationships with the bars owners bartenders surrounding the studio and they would get calls so that they could sort of swoop in and grab you know Clark Gable from a car wreck before the newsmen got thera before it hit the papers so that idea of having your own celebrity handlers wrangler is an interesting yeah but even in the early days of the talkies. They're still build legendary stories legendary parties. This goes back to like two little the bank hat and those guys. Yeah there's some I mean bankhead in in some ways and cheese a good example of somebody who is kind of famous for being too Lula bankhead. She described herself. I always likes us. Pure is driven slush. Talk about her party's because those were uh-huh.
"john gilbert" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted
"Welcome to Hollywood unscripted. I'm your host. Got To Lalla the Malibu Film Society. It's our New Year's Eve episode and for that we have a very special special guest. He's produced and written more than a dozen feature length documentaries which have collectively won one primetime emmy and been nominated for four others plus one academy award. He's he's also written three books. One of which seems like the ideal selection to talk about on New Year's eve of all the GIN joints stumbling through Hollywood history. Mark Bailey. Welcome welcome to Hollywood unscripted. Thank Scott thanks for having me. Let's talk about the book. What inspired you to write of all the GIN joints? This is sort of a follow up to an initial book. DOC which was a book about hard-drinking writers and that I did as I did this with my partner at Hemingway who's an illustrator and the name is not a coincidence. He is the youngest grandson of Ernest. He is I think that the first idea for the book came from him and was born out of that sort of family circumstance. He had this idea about his grandfather end. Father and writing about well known highly regarded hard-drinking writers that was called Hemingway in Bailey's bartending guide to great American writers. It was a great book to to work on. It had a lot of cocktail recipes and they were sort of from the classic era and these writers were Eugene. O'Neill and William Faulkner Scott Fitzgerald and the stories were wild in cast back to a different era where there was a different social norm Anna Different Code of behaviour and we tend to look back and think that the pass was somehow more innocent or pure but it was really anything but that in so then that book came out and did pretty well and we were looking to follow up with another book walk in. We thought well you know how about Hollywood and it happened that after we sold that book I moved out here and wrote the book out here and he illustrated at back in New York uh-huh and we sort of worked together across the country so that was how the book came to be and it follows the same format. I mean. It's a delightful mix of these incredible stories and cocktail recipes recipes. The first book was a little bit more of a bartending guide. In this the subtitle is stumbling through Hollywood history and I like to think of it as sort of social film film history through the bottom of a whiskey glass. That's great description. It really seems like that of the writing is tremendous I absolutely love your storytelling. Oh thank you. We'll come back to the questions in a minute but one of the stories with us. Sure I think that I'll kick it off with a story about Humphrey bogart since it's the Humphrey Bogart line. That is the title title of the Book of all the GIN joints and the way. The book is designed and built around anecdotes. Rabat different stars so this is about. I'm free Bogart in. It always leads off with a quote. The bogart guard quote is the whole world is about three drinks behind me. The other bogart quote that I really like and it was a bit of a toss up. We're BOGART's last words. which were supposedly? I should never never have switched from Scotch to Martinis so if you're thinking of doing that this new years. I don't know bogart would argue. Otherwise so here's a story about Humphrey Bogart. It wasn't a joke but it damn well should have been certainly began like one so Humphrey bogart walks into to a bar with two stuffed. Panda Bogart was by then in September. Nineteen forty nine the biggest movie star in the world and he was out in New York with an old drinking buddy named L. Semen they'd been carousing since early. The two of them in bogies wife Lauren. Bacall but she'd gone back to the hotel hours ago. After Mrs Bogart left the men found themselves themselves in need of a standard that might scare off would be home records and drunk. Somehow it emerged that a nearby delicatessen sold a historically random nonfood item as delicatessens have a way of doing stuffed pandas. Not just any stuffed pandas. Mind you each of these weighed in at more than twenty pounds in set you back twenty five bucks a pop perfect bogart. Semen bought a couple of pandas and hopped a cab to Morocco. Were they requested a table for four two seats for them to for their there date seated in that was supposed to be the end of it. Getting seated with two panda's unfortunately for Bogart the real end would take four days to arrive in. It wouldn't be over for drinks with his friends. It'd be in court. Here's the thing. Bogert was a gregarious man with a keen sense of humor but he was only comfortable among friends and his social circle. Go with tight knit. The rat pack later so closely associated with Frank Sinatra was in fact bogart's creation with Bogart at the center. The mission of the group Bogart said Ed was quote. The relief of boredom in the perpetuation of independent bacall was a member of course so Sinatra. Judy Garland Spencer Tracy talent. Alan pagent Irving Lazar. There were all part of the original RATPAC. You might see them out at Romanoff's or on rare occasions in Las Vegas drinking and carrying on but if you weren't part of the pack you're an outsider and you weren't welcome which brings us back to the Pandit if you were to spy Bogart at a nightclub. In the wee hours of the morning propping up an oversized stuffed animal. You might think that it was a not so subtle message about the company he preferred to keep in. If you knew anything about bogert which you might since he was more or less the biggest star in the world. You wouldn't consider yourself in on the joke. But a young model name Robin Roberts thought she was special as young models often do she approached Bogart's table on our way out out laughed and picked up one of the panels in Bogart. Given the number of drinks he had put away by. This point happened to be feeling very protective of this panda. So he naturally pulled the panda close to him and told me his Roberts to leave him alone for he was a married man and then the woman fell over. She said he shoved her. He said she lost her balance. Four days later he was is in a Manhattan courtroom facing legal action. The panda fiasco immediately hit the tabloids with Bogart protesting his innocence. Every step of the way one reporter asked OPTIMA feet struck Ms Roberts. He said he would never hit a woman there too. Dangerous another reporter asked if he was drunk at the time of the incident he replied. Isn't everyone at four. AM fortunately for Bogart. Judge presiding over the case founded as ridiculous as heated. Throwing it out after the first hearing it turns out being left alone. And when you're the biggest star in the world requires a lot of people that's great. I remember doing research on Humphrey Bogart when we were celebrating the seventy fifth anniversary of Casablanca which is a remarkable film in so far as almost none of the people who made it originally scheduled to make it and they were all brought in after changes and they started shooting before the end of the movie had been written right? Do you know who Humphrey Bogart was in real alive. And what his background was he was a preppie or prep school kid. His Dad was the most prominent obstetrician gynecologist in New New York. His mother illustrated children's books and had studied under Whistler. It is interesting that in a certain way not surprising. Because Bogart is I understand. At least the studios were looking for his persona for a while before he became the Bogart that we know of Casablanca. The Maltese Falcon or The hardboiled oiled bogart. He laid villains. He played sort of altogether different types and then he kind of got traction with the hard edge right but that didn't necessarily surly speak to who he was. And this is one of the things I think in this book and when you look earlier actors like John Gilbert in later actors maybe like Dennis Hopper. Let's let's hair. You know where the roles or the persona bleeds into real life. The presumption offscreen is that you're much like the type that you play on screen and he began to live at a bit more Brian. So if you're wild and out there and Edgy onscreen you take that into your personal life and you kind of see that happening a lot with different actors. The other part is there are guys. He's like Lee. Marvin who's a big world war two hero and you know stormed over twenty beachheads. Seems like he genuinely was a stone. Cold Bad ASS US in. That is who he played right. Mitchum was a kid in the depression riding the rails at age fourteen on his own ruin. Mitchum was a hard tough guy. Hi that is who he played. You know it's remarkable to me that the onscreen Bogart was a hundred eighty degrees from who he started out as offscreen. I have a funny when I could read. Yeah I mean just since you're talking about Casablanca Casablanca. It seems crazy that you say that particularly that they were in production before the script was done because it seems like such a tight film and when you wonder how these giant hugely finance movies go pear-shaped and who let at that happen. I often think it's sort of as the rush into production and you're trying to accommodate actors schedules and you have them in. You have to go in. The script is and ready and then it comes atom model. But let me read you one. This is beat the devil which is a nineteen fifty three John Huston film than he did with Bogart. One of the things that the book has is we also talk about a number of different film sets that were particularly wild or dysfunctional. And this one taps into some of that and has some fun folks John. Houston's beat the devil with a total disaster almost from the start maybe a total disaster is a little strong since by some miracle. Nobody actually ended up dead the film directed by Houston Featuring Humphrey Bogart Jennifer Jones. Peter Lorre in Gina. Lollobrigida was to be shot largely on location and in a little town called Ravelo in Italy a picturesque mountain village. That's high up on the Amalfi coast. There were some early warning signs. I The sexy Italian. An actress Lollobrigida had never been in an English speaking film before this most likely was because she could barely speak English like not almost second traveling traveling Inter Avello the Italian chauffeur driving Houston and Bogart got into a car accident. John Huston was fine but bogert was pitched forward cracking some teeth in badly gouging his tongue so even before shooting commenced the female lead couldn't speak English in the male lead. Couldn't speak at all in third to complicate things even further further. Neither Lollobrigida nor bogart nor the rest of the cast had yet to see any of their lines. The reason being that Houston had thrown a party the weekend before for the start of principal photography during which he tore up the entire script. It was tearing up the script party. Apparently the original draft had run into trouble with the the motion picture production code and nobody liked it very much anyways Houston decided to fly novelist Truman capote over to Italy to write the new script on a day-to-day basis as they shot capote would work through the night in pages would be handed out to the cast in the morning. lollobrigida would learn her lines. Phonetically bogart art until his mouth. Healed would mime his lines. which would later be dubbed conceivably could've worked had only the cast and crew not decided to embark on a bender of legendary very proportions capote cozy as Bogart had begun to finally call him soon began to feel that bogert in Houston? We're trying to kill him with their dissipation. He described everyone is half drunk all day. Dead drunk all night noting that once believe it or not. I came around at six in the morning to find king for Ruch doing the Hula Hula. In the middle of BOGART's bedroom it seemed Houston had not created a very productive work environment in Yiddish folktales. The Russian city of how is depicted as a city of Fools Fools Jennifer Jones character and beat the devil.
"john gilbert" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Person buys ammunition and makes all sales face to face online orders have to be shipped to a licensed vendor store where customers can pick them up before selling or handing over ammunition vendors have to make sure customers are not on a justice department list of people who are not allowed to buy guns such is convicted felons gun rights organizations have already filed a lawsuit against this law view county's grand jury final report says pro active policy saved lives in the camp fire the beauty county grand jury finish their ten year last week in in their final report they focused heavily on the November eighth campfire some of their findings well changes made in the wake of a fire ten years ago the humble fire save lives during this most recent disaster some of those changes were clearing vegetation on the sky way the main thoroughfare out of paradise as well as a pavement project for highway one seventy one the upper portion of the sky way they noted that these changes help people evacuate and also made it so roads were passable as the fire raged around them some of the improvements the grand jury recommended including better fire resistant uniforms for law enforcement and the purse yes I've infrared camera equipped drones that could help in the fire fight Mike baka news ninety three point one Kathy Kay a seventy three year old man is safe and recovering eight days after he became separated from the group is hiking with in the Angeles National Forest in California in Eugene Joe disappeared on sun I had the pleasure of going in and telling them that we found and and then only they found he was alive they were overjoyed he disappeared last Saturday an LA county sheriff's sergeant John Gilbert says the share of search and rescue team found him over the weekend a long way from his original hiking route officials say he was able to walk and communicate but he was very weak after not eating for five days he was released from the hospital yesterday democratic presidential candidate the judge says his campaign raised twenty four point eight million dollars in the second quarter of the year it's a massive hall for the south bend Indiana mayor who saw a surge in the polls after the candid debate in Miami last week C. N. B. C. reports but a judge is one of three candidates including former vice president Joe Biden in California center Kamel Harris who have gained the support of big money find answers Harris raise more than two million dollars in the twenty four hours after the debate now we'll get you caught up on all of this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. it became.
"john gilbert" Discussed on KGO 810
"They was the top guy, but it was essentially the production code, and it it really clamped down in nineteen thirty-three before that, you know, right up until things completely clampdown things. Be thing got more and more saucy as the as time went by. But this silent era weather really concerned with with getting away with anything. They were they were concerned with telling stories in the most complex and nuanced ways possible and. Oh, I'm still fixated on my questions about this. It's not just because it's sex. I'm just curious about what was able to be shown before what was it nineteen thirty three. And then what was allowed to be shown big thing. Well after the code and newsy references to sex revolting, if you showed bedroom the married couple had to have two separate beds, all those kinds of things that that people weren't really thinking about before hand, it was why would anybody think that America couple should not be able to have sex? But that was part of the code the not for instance in. Fleming's film wolf song. For instance, has a very young beautiful. Gary Cooper who is bathing in a stream nude and. See that he's nude that would be completely for boating. After after a certain time. What was that film in case? I want to go back and look at you. We'll we'll we'll song. Yes. And it it made a matinee idol Gary Cooper. Nobody could resist that oh going to go back in time. So some of these films are from Bulgaria Germany, of course, America Italy, the Czech Republic than Czechoslovakia Bermuda. I'm looking at all of these. I mean from you but bulk area there, there's just so many cool things it seems to me what movies. Do you feel should? I mean, you want people say all of them. But if you had a pick a couple for people to dip their toes in who've never experienced really silent films. What would you suggest? Well, I think that if you don't know anything about silent film, and you can't go wrong seeing the Buster Keaton films, and we're opening and closing the festival with BUSTER. Keaton was a cameraman and Wednesday may first and closing on Sunday night with our hospitality. Those are everybody should see Buster Keaton an absolute genius. Not only of the silent era, but of all of the history. Plus, it was a great comedian are coming, and he was a great filmmaker and just a beautiful, man. But also there are some if you're adventurous, there's a Phil I'm just I'm for people to see, and this is an Italian film. It is oldest existing Italian feature called Lynn for no that inferno of Dante, and we're showing that a Saturday night. And it is it's the most again nineteen eleven think about that. And they were doing the most amazing special effects following Dante through his trip through the nine circles of hell, and it's like it truly is hellish and also. So we're particularly excited about this show because you know, there's no dialogue in silent films, obviously. And so stories are punctuated by inter titles that hell a little bit to keep you going. And this film, we decided to not project subtitled over the talian. But after Paul Mcgann is going to be narrating English translations. Fun. I know this is. Wonderful for those no problem again came to lie. Attention cult film called with nail. And I and has gone to. He's one of the doctor who he is with aegis Elba on the television series called looser. He's a great actor great voice. And that's going to be with Matthew violence on both from Sweden who do I came to the festival of eight years ago? Probably with another hellish film happen which crossed through the ages. So I'm so looking forward to that. Also, just so beautiful the love of Sunday Weimar title, which were showing off Friday night of film that is so rare and so beautiful. Masterpiece from Czechoslovakia called talk of a gallon of and oh God is so many people can go to silent film dot org to learn more. Let me ask you this Anita Monga artistic director of the San Francisco silent film festival when I was in school. They made me watch. Reefer madness was that assignment film. No. Just an early early toppy fan. Early fussy fills. So insane. I couldn't remember if it had sound or not because I just found the whole thing absurd. So this is going to be a lot of fun. And I'm really glad that I had you join me because I didn't know a lot about this again ten countries represented Bali Czechoslovakia now Czech Republic. France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Sweden, the US, and you know, and the USSR exactly at all extraordinary musical accompaniments will be there to go along with that. So that's a real treat just who. We know some of the big names, of course. But who did not do the transition into the talkies like who was just great silent? A couple of film silent film actors that you were like they just missed the boat in too bad. A couple of people who come to mind, John Gilbert, didn't really make the transition. A major star doesn't Fairbanks didn't really make the transition. Although that is probably for different reasons, the, you know, people some people who in the silent era, you had no idea if people have four accent and some people had four accents who everyone claimed them as their own. They could imagine voice in any language, then that they wanted and so people with very sick access are very I mean, you see. In the in the movie singing in the rain, the kinds of of issues that came to to light, you know, if you had a very sophisticated star who in real life had a had a, you know, thick Brooklyn accent that person would I was thinking where are we going with this seeing it was like without a silent film? You me the silent film actress in it was like. Can't believe it exactly. An and singing in the rain was about that transitional time, and the people who made it and didn't make it and I can't stand him. I. That's funny thing was actress in Hagen, how the beautiful beautiful voice that I think might have been the singing voice for for the Debbie Reynolds part of the film. I may be wrong about that. And I'm sure somebody will correct me if they know they can Email me more in line. Go to my website morning can dot com and send me an Email. I'll see what the deal is with that. But why didn't Gilbert and Fairbanks make the transition? Well, were they people who thought like, oh, this Netflix streaming? It's never going to pick up. I'm staying with cable. Exactly, it was it was, you know, I think that I don't know people talk about Gilbert. Not having a good voice. Yeah. The perfect line is just over the kind of way that people and again, there are many books written about this. But so I'm not expert on it. But it's just like sometimes people just can't accept. The other hands somebody like, Greta Garbo who did have a a major action. But who the major sexy? Yeah, exactly made the transition is very, you know, that you been you look at her characters you could imagine that kind of smoky for and miss. Oh, but you couldn't imagine if you had again, a sick Brooklyn. That would be the killer. It's so funny because my sister, and I always do that. After seeing singing, the rain. I don't know why delayed a moment. Wonderful wonderful part say icon, stoned them. I can't. So. Anita. I wanna thank you for being with me tonight on K GIO the silent film festival. The San Francisco silent film festival kicks off may I through the fifth ethic. Castro theatre silent film dot org. I'm gonna head out to some of the stuff because I am now a convert Woohoo, all right? I'm maureen. There..
"john gilbert" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"S-q-u-a-w-k. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Tom, and John cure, and this is an immense joy from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios, John Farrow, and Tom king a little bit of investment history. John Templeton was in the Bahamas in wanted to run mutual funds in the United States, and he did it through Toronto with John Gilbert rates that was Templeton growth fund and starting at the same time. Warren Goldring AG management was doing the same thing for Canadian investors with the conic American growth fund, and we are thrilled. The Greg Villier a good friend of the show his joined AG Ephron Toronto solely. So he can get tickets to the Maple Leafs. And he joins us right now. Greg. Congratulations son, teaming up with the crew up in Toronto is well just as a quick aside what the Canadians observe of the ballet in Washington. Well, good morning, John. I tell you the Canadians right now have their own scandal in that. Of course is true. Who just literally in the last week or two has gone from the favorite to win re-election downfall to to maybe the underdog within the news of that this morning. What is the likelihood that the visible minister for Mr. Trudeau Krista Freedland? Could resign. Is that being is there a probability to that? Or likelihood I think all bets are off you've seen too big resignations in the last month. You've got his polling numbers plummeting. It's really I know Americans don't focus that much on Canada. But now, I do with my new company. This is one heck of a story up there. Also get the story in Washington the distance from Gerald Nagler is home to Mr. Trump says something in the vicinity one point four miles. How much on speaking terms as Jerry Nadler going to be with the president over the next two three and four years. Well, I mean, you could make a case this is over rates with. Sixty or more witnesses. I think there's a chance the American public could grow weary or maybe even annoyed biologist, but the Democrats are not going to be shops. They they smell blood and they're going after I've been emphasizing and the huge new slow, Greg. And you've your essay with AGF has been great trying to keep up with annoy and all of Pelosi, Steny Hoyer, and the others doing the ballet between the liberals in the moderates within the Democratic Party is that a legit story forward. It really is time. I think on many issues, not just, you know, the green new new deal or taxes, but there's an issue. I wrote about this morning very delicate issue, and that's charges of anti-semitism on the handful of house members. That's what's the democrat leadership in a real bind. Well, how do they deal with that buying? I mean, this has been handled with I'm going to call folks within the New York City papers with uncommon sensitivity. How does this handled moving forward? Well, I think there'll be a resolution maybe as soon as tomorrow condemning anti-semitism, but not necessarily condemning the congresswoman from Minnesota who said some very provocative things. So just when the Republicans get a gift wrapped present on socialism and taxes. They get another gift wrapped present Democrats on anti do you see this in the polling? I mean, axios every morning got the tenth of a percentage point valet on polling forty forty two percent. I'm to guess. And then it's forty two point two percent for the president. The fact his polling numbers am I right to say are, okay. He not only are they? Okay, tom. They've moved up three or four points in the last week or two still the low fifty but at a level that you could you could argue could get him reelected the most important polling number eighty eight percent of all Republicans loved Trump that means Trump will probably survive. A Senate trial is he speaking to this weekend at the two hour speech. Who was he? I mean, come on. He's speaking to the core. I get that the conservative core. And he's going after Alabama, and it's going to provide tornado relief and all that I get that. But then outside that group who else is he talking to. Well, that's the point isn't it that, you know, his base adores him. But his base is not enough to win another general election. They're only about thirty five percent. He's got to expand his support in that two and a half hour marathon. He did not expand his support. Are you getting up to speed on your Toronto Maple Leafs? Maybe the Blue Jays to. Yeah. Or the raptor. The religion is the Maple Leafs for my Greg. Thank you so much greatly. Appreciate that. There's like eight seems there. John son much to talk about this an interview with the secretary of state, Mike, let's go through that Sinclair broadcast that a lot of people are trying to get hold off. Linda government the team over Blenda government of the transcripts. I've gone into the headline that another paperless. So the question will the president walkaway from China tale, if it's not a perfect deal to which the secretary of state might compare said, yes, you saw this past weekend in Hanoi. The president is to make sure that he protects his first client is first obligation. The American people in this case the American farm this has to work for America. If it doesn't work. We'll keep banging away at it. We're going to get to the right outcome. I'm confident, and I've been around these trade talks with China. Things are looking good and well, okay. I want to make clear that this has been distributed. John, I think the right phrases clumsily Patterson. Claire he mentioned American. In that response about the perfect deal. That might give you an idea of the kind of deal. President thinks is perfect have trade deal dynamics for secretary of state Pompeii. And then we've got the whole difference of the major meeting of the National People's Congress in Beijing and.
"john gilbert" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The Grover. That's what they'll be facing in their region. One tournament beginning again next week at home on Tuesday against thirteenth seed, sergent central. As for the game here tonight against maple valley. It has been a balanced attack for the gropers seven different outgrow players into the scoring book. Already in the led by senior forward towel Rodriguez with six Christian young has five Noah Swenson with four off the bench. Mason Martin sin with a three Joseph Cree has four and Mason balmy with six as well. Meanwhile, on the opposite side for maple valley person Holson has five Grady cards with three Jacob Johnson with six John Gilbert CHU and enrichment off the bench with two in that first quarter was a little bit closer as oak grove legis seventeen to twenty five point advantage. And then went on a run down the stretch of that checking quarter outscored, of course, you can do the math not that I majored in it, but they outscored maple valley by fifteen in that second quarter allowing them to balloon this lead to the point where it's and might even give some breathing room to head coach Cal card. To try and focus on getting his seniors as much playing time as possible already the goal coming into night in front of a packed crowd here at oak grove on the senior night for seven young men who have given so much to this program chance to honor them at the end of the regular season with essentially nothing on the line is they're already locked into that four seed. So with a twenty point advantage at the break card, can maybe not call off the dogs, but get a chance to put in some of those seniors that haven't got the.
"john gilbert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"He's been alive different places east coast. Michigan ole miss, Memphis, Ford Marshall, he's a guy that knows everybody. And everybody knows him. He's a well like guy, but as far as Hopson browse, I went and say, so I mean, I think they coached against each other Hodson was on the southern staff previously and whenever whenever vials at Houston. So I think there's that miliary between the two men, and I'm sure they're probably good friends away from it. But it's not some really close ties than aware of. So I think they've just crossed pass over the years and. No, I'm I'm not aware of these guys being good budge or anything. Right now, Patrick the story came out earlier, you you're at the epicenter of the reaction. The best guest. You think you'll be hired? I think there's a chance that happens. I, but I also, you know, is is all this situation is if the reaction gets to a point where enough people kind of voice their opposition. I think it could stop him being hired. But at this point, I would think there's a decent chance that they do hire him. But there's a lot of things they could go rolling in the next twenty four hours. And and at this point of I've heard, you know, some chatter that he's they probably are moving towards hiring him. But it's just it's no way not a one hundred percent done deal at all at the moment. From an administrative standpoint, give us the lay of the land there in terms of how this decision alternately will be reached if the coach wants it. And clearly he wouldn't have brought him in. If he didn't how many hoops does he have to get through. Or do you think he has enough clout after running a really good program the last couple years if he wants him he'll he'll get hired. Yeah. I mean, I would I would think that Jay Hopson gone through all the proper call to ministration both in that like arm diversity. This is not something you really drop in somebody's lap on Sunday morning. And you say, hey, I'm long in. No. I mean, I would I would assume if they've gotten to this point, and and he's got in for news. I would I would assume that everybody's import worn in. What is plans or you know, I'm sure there's probably some questions maybe they have to be answered on the ministration side, if they wanna hear certain things from or rows or something like that. At. But at this point, you know, it's it's I can't say for sure what all is going on within the NF. There's any opposition to it. There's currently meant interim let Gregor John Gilbert lifted become off the AD at East Carolina. So he got Jif Mitchell's interim AD, so yeah, you know, Hodgson's got you know, this way right now, he's he's been there. Three years. He's put winning all. And it's just remains to be seen if university and the athletes can get get together on the same page, and and agree that this is the right move for the football program. Passer we will be in touch Patrick McGee joining us from below occc. Thank you, very very much fascinating story by you. And really interested to see how this turns out and hope talk against him. Okay. Thanks. You got a patron McGee. You know, I I don't I don't know where to go here because. If alternately it's up to this university. If they wanna hire our bras, and they hire our browse, and they deal with the consequences. Thank you for listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. The Paul finebaum show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three Easter..
"john gilbert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"But there's a lot of things they could go rolling in the next twenty four hours. And and at this point, I've heard, you know, some Chatters that he's they probably are moving towards hiring him. But it's just it's no no, not a one hundred percent done deal at all at them from administrative standpoint, give us the lay of the land there in terms of how this decision alternately will be reached if the coach wants it. And clearly he wouldn't have brought him in. If he didn't how many hoops to see to get through. Or do you think he has enough clout after running a really good program? The last couple years if he wants him he'll he'll get hired. Yeah. I mean, I would I would think that Jay Hopson gone through all the proper and to the ministration both and that apartment at the university. This is not something you really drop in somebody's lap on Monday morning. You know, you say, hey, I'm in. No. I mean, I would I would assume if they've gotten to this point in and he's got in for new I would I would assume that everybody's import worn untold what his plans, or you know. I'm sure there's probably some questions maybe they have to be answered on the administration side, they wanna hear certain things from or rows or something like that. But at this point, you know, it's it's I can't say for sure what all is going on within the NF. There's any opposition to there's currently meant interim athletic director, John Gilbert lifted become off the AD at East Carolina. So he got Jif Mitchell's interim AD, so yeah, you know, Hodgson's got you know, this way right now, he's he's been there. Three years. He's put in. Winning all and it's just remains to be seen. If if the university, and they athletic army, get get together on the same page, and and agree that this is the right move for the football program. Patrick. We will be in touch Patrick McGee. Joining us from Bellec. See thank you, very very much fascinating story about you. And really interested to see how this turns out hope talk to you again soon. Thanks. You got a patron McGee. I don't I don't know where to go here because. If alternately it's up to this university. If they wanna hire our bras, and they hire are brawls, and they deal with the consequences. More of your phone calls here at eight five five four to seven to eight five thirty minutes change to go before we send it off. We'll mush from are not listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. Cried pack and pageantry of college football lives here. The the Paul finebaum show. Our four podcast..
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"KTAR news. Get some perspective. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. KTAR news on ninety two three FM. We've got some movement if you will in the the rape sexual assault case at hacienda healthcare. This is the one of a twenty nine year old woman who has been in a persistent vegetative state for fourteen years. She was a victim of a near drowning. If we're doing the math roughly when she was fifteen years old who gave birth December twenty ninth to a baby. Boy, obviously this woman was raped by someone in this facility. She is non-communicative she cannot consent to anything. So now it is. As it should be who's behind this. Phoenix police now serves a search warrant to get the DNA from all the guy staffers at hacienda health care, and you get it. You get why they're they're asking for that information. I got it. But yet, I'm still comfortable with it. Uncomfortable with the with the white uncomfortable. Because just because I work there. And I'm a dude, hypothetically speaking. I'm you're a suspect. A suspect got to give you some DNA. I guess my bigger question would be this. Okay. And I don't have an answer. We've tried to get different legal experts on and we know that some of you are listening right now and even law enforcement can answer this. You can't give us a call and our open mic line six zero two two hundred two seven three three or tweet us at bruceandpamela. Maybe you can help answer this question. Let's say I admit, I'm a dude working there. And I give them my DNA, and I'm cleared. Yeah. You did. You're not you're not the guy. What happens to my DNA? Is it destroyed? Our is it kept on file like fingerprints would be kept on file in some sort of a massive database. I don't have that answer. Because because fingerprints are kept aren't they? Let's say let's say you were a suspect or your rested. But in this case, it's. And you were fingerprinted, but you are exonerated the you're not the criminal. You're not the person. No charges are filed. They keep your fingerprints. Don't they they do. In fact, just a couple of years ago when we gotta go across the pond here a bit. But in Britain police held samples of almost seven million. That's about ten percent of their poppy. I thought it was more people that were in Britain. And it took a court order in order for that to change what they were doing is if you are suspected of a crime, and you were arrested DNA sample, if you had been cleared of that crime or acquitted of that crime, they still held onto it held onto it and in case, and we could run through a database later on are they doing the same with DNA. I'm not trying to make a mountain out of Moheli here. But I am a privacy advocate here. And let's go back to oh. I don't know Edward Snowden back before he blew the whistle on a bunch of stuff. We kind of thought that are online information electron of communications were safe. Secures. You may think that they are, you know, could the same be true about the information. We hold and our jeans who we don't know what we don't know. Exactly. Exactly. Well, DNA samples can help solve robberies murders. Clear people honoring people in this case. For example, eerie though, it could be used to track down relatives scan us for disease, monitor our movements. So I don't have the answer. I've tried to get it. If I was if I was an employee at hacienda healthcare for him. Yeah. And I I most certainly did not rape. This woman. I don't know if I'd have. Today. I would have no problems submitting DNA as an employee where they got this warrant to prove that I did not rape and assault. This woman. I want mine. I want to be cleared by by DNA DNA is for the most part. I know it's not one hundred percent. But it's a heck of a lot more effective than. Hey. He did it. Okay. No, you didn't. It is not you. You are not the father. So you would want that if you're an employee the Tennessee shirt the question you're bringing up. The question is. So what happens to that? DNA information is kept forever and ever, Amen. And could be used against you at a later protocol is again that we've tried to figure this out on our own. If we got some smarty pants out there that can help us out with at again, six zero two two hundred two seven three three. I'm not trying to give bad information. Try to have a discussion that I've literally been talking to myself about a my own brain because the supreme court a couple years ago back the collection of DNA swabs from suspects suspect on a rat. Not convict suspects, suspect and Justice Scalia dissented on it. And he said today's decision your DNA can be taken entered into a national database, if you are ever arrested, rightly or wrongly, and for whatever reason, I don't know that just gives me a moment of pause. I wanted to know though, if others listening would have had a moment of pause. I'm not saying it has to be the hacienda healthcare, which is an extreme as acknowledge. I'm really extreme situation. But and we all want him to catch whoever it is in wasn't employees. Just they need to know. Mmediately justice. Absolutely. We all want Justice for. That woman, but if a crime, we're committed at your office and the women and men were there was a search warrant that was. Yeah, that was given by the Phoenix police to get your DNA. Would you give it up? Here's what you had to say. On the open mic line. John Gilbert, I refused. The DNA according to the fourth amendment, the right of the people to be secure in their persons shall not be infringed working in the same building as where that woman, or it is kind of a wide net cast if the baby was born at the end of December it was conceived sometime between March and April are they testing all of the employees who were hired after April. Are they testing any former employees who quit sometime in that timeframe are they testing any of her visitors. So you so the argument is and I hear what you're saying. There is there would have to be some some more of a probable cause. In there, you you'd have to put me. Me at the scene of the crime. When it happened. Hi, this is angel from Phoenix and family members and known visitors. I think as equal Apostol -bility as important as it is as it is I staff member and actually if you think about it easier for a family member. Okay. That's uncomfortable. But I get the point that he's doing. Well. I mean, if you're if you're casting the net, and again using that as the argument, it has to be people who would have had the opportunity to commit the crime. Stories from Gilbert. There should be no reason. I would not have it. All there should be no reason anyone that worked there. I have a problem with submitting DNA. The. And as long as I would say, I'm with him on the caveat that if I am proven to not be the culprit that my DNA isn't kept in some sort of a database is at the tipping point. And I don't know that that's kind of what I'm trying to dig out here, and I've been working on. And hopefully, somebody can give us a call on that open mic line six zero two two hundred seven three three percent. If I was working at a place this happened. There was probable cause. I was listening in the facility nine months ago. I am not here on the radio telling folks, not no, no, no, I'm simply offering but something else. And consider what happens then after your.