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"john wetzel" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

05:36 min | 5 months ago

"john wetzel" Discussed on Bear Grease

"It would have been interesting to be inside of their home to see how their dad John wetzel just who he was because all those boys just had no conscience. And so he must have been somehow been, yeah. I mean, he clearly I definitely don't think that John witzel was father of the year. Yeah, no. I think we can. I mean, we may be slow to diagnose but I'm just saying. Okay, there was a interesting fact that so John wetzel dies when Lewis wetzel is 26. His dad presumably was in his 40s or 50s when he died. So wetzel's mother remarries. A guy in town. So she moves back to town. When wetzel, when who's 46, the dad's Lewis wetzel, the man we're talking about. Was like in his early 20s when his father was killed. Okay. So his mother became a widow. Okay. And the widow remarried a city slicker. Yeah. And Lewis wetzel never liked the guy. Never forgave his mom. Didn't kill him though. No. Now, there was, there's just so many stories that are so hard to tell. Once Lewis wetzel witnessed okay, let me back up. Lewis wetzel, only one time was noted to have killed a Native American woman. And the way that this happened was, is that they did a raid, they were attacked by Native Americans, bushwhacked. And I almost wanted to think it was when John wetzel and George Webb got killed, his brother and father. Well, the other brothers go and chase down the Indians that did this and engage with them and kill the men and they had a woman with them. And they just were like, go on your way. They didn't kill women. In this woman followed wetzel and tried to basically she wanted to be his wife. And she followed him around and he just kept shooting her off and this went on for like days. Just like woman in town or this woman that was related to the woman in the wilderness that wetzel had just killed her people. Gotcha. And that would have been a thing inside of. That would be like a cultural. Take me. If my people are dead, take me. And he ended up killing that girl. Really? Yeah, just because she wouldn't leave me alone. She wouldn't leave me alone. Wild stuff. Yeah. Another time, wetzel, witnessed, he was walking through the Woods around an Indian camp and he found an Indian baby laying on the ground. I mean, a living baby. I'm only telling these stories just like we clay nukem can not fathom the brutality of that period and the things that he would have seen. And he, as the story went, basically, he picks up this Indian baby. And he wasn't going to kill it. He wasn't interested in killing a baby in a squall comes running out. And says, ah, it's my baby. That's my baby. And so he gives the baby to the woman and the woman proceeds to kill the baby in front of him, and then another squall comes running out saying, ah,.

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"john wetzel" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

21:21 min | 5 months ago

"john wetzel" Discussed on Bear Grease

"The ones that were protecting quote unquote. These whites, the first line of defense, and also delivered. A Euro American. You're a white setter at this time. Your child's abducted and someone delivers your child back to you. I mean, that's one of the things that made a boon famous. It's the most kind of like iconic hero tale. Oh yeah. Wetzel never looked back after becoming an Indian scout. Here we'll learn some of his exploits that made him a folk hero of the region amongst the whites. Wetzel, there's two times that he was documented on heaven saved somebody's wife. And it was the same story both times. He's out hunting with somebody or traveling with a man. And the woman was back home, you know, with the family. Two different times. He went back with the guy and found the cabin burned in the family gone. And usually the women were spared and the children. Also, painting an idea for just the brutality of the era, the first guy, his last name was tush. He was hunting. It was a young guy. And I don't even think they had kids, but there was an extended family there with some men in the man's new wife, and they're going to have dinner, you know? I mean, they're like coming home and they get there and they see smoke and they come and they find the dead bodies of all the men scattered about and the hogs had gotten loose. Their tame hogs and had eaten the bodies. They could just mangle the bodies. And then, but the woman is missing and Lewis wetzel. I mean, it sounds like a movie. You know, Lewis wetzel finds the tracks of a size 6 woman shoe going off with a moccasins. And so they know that she's alive. And so it takes him two days, but they catch him and kill the Indians and save the lady. And I mean, that was a common story. Hey, this is no joke. I currently drive a Chevy truck, have almost 200,000 miles on it, and I've never done anything to it, but change the oil, change the brakes, change the transmission fluid. It's been an incredible truck. 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There was a time he was living in the Marietta area, which mariette is a town right on the Ohio River. It's the oldest town in Ohio. I think it's the oldest town in the northwest territory. At one point, the people there were getting tired of the Indian wars and so forth and they decided we have to try and settle this. Make a treaty or do something. So they got a hold of a bunch of tribes and they said, let's get together. Let's have a piece of about three months and the tribes agreed. And they camped about two miles north of the river and would walk back and forth to Marietta for meetings and that kind of thing. Well, there was one Seneca chief who always walked by himself, which was not good. Guess who was living there and noticed this. Lewis. And Lewis knew that these were not hostile Indians at this time. But he didn't care. So at one day he lays for this chief and as soon as he got within 50 yards, he steps out from cover, didn't say anything, just pulls his rifle up and shoots and hits him in the chest. Of course, a chief goes down. He runs up, he scouts him, runs off, and everybody knows who is Lewis once. This guy had long black hair. He had a particular colored hat, blah blah blah. So they go grab Louis. They put him on trial, and they bluntly ask him, Louis, did you kill this Indian? Yes, I did. And he wasn't didn't feel guilty about it. No remorse, no nothing. So the judgment was, well, you're going to hang for this. What I haven't told you yet is that this wasn't the first time that Lewis killed an emissary of peace. In 1781, Lewis tomahawk to Delaware chief that was involved in peace talks, but the war combined with weak backwards justice meant that nothing was done to Louis. The murder chip told us about took place in 1789 and Lewis was sentenced to hang for the murder of the Seneca chief to gunta. However, he broke out of jail two consecutive times and was recaptured, but was ultimately released and functionally acquitted of the murder when the famous backwoodsman Simon kenton brought a large gang of ruffians to the jail and demanded wetzel be let free? Are they taking by force? So they let him go. Kenton coming to wetzel's aid shows the favorable reputation that he had in the region. This wouldn't be the last time that wetzel ended up in jail though. Here's chip with more insight into wetzel's tactics for killing that showed his brutality and the mind frame he had. And this was interesting too. I think Lewis was at times just over the edge. You can be courageous, but you can also be stupid sometimes and it just you got to the point where he didn't care. If he was outnumbered two or three to one, he'd figure out a way to kill those Indians and there's several times where he was tracking Indians and might come across a group of just two or three. So he figured out that instead of just charging in the camp, just let him go to sleep. You're going to go sleep sooner or later. And there's several times this story is told when after they were asleep, he would slip in there with knife in one hand and tomahawk and the other. And drive the knife into the heart of one, tomahawk the other. And if the third one heard something and jumped up, he'd get the same thing. And he would kill all three. I mean, he was that obsessed with killing Indians. And he was that good at it. It's scary to talk about. He was very much a warrior. You know, he really was. And again, there was no there was no guilt in his mind. There was no regret. It was just, I've got to do this in a continued doing it. Basically until the day he died. I heard them mention. And this put it into context for me. Is that he viewed killing an Indian no different than he viewed killing a bear? Which is a kind of a wild thought. Yeah. The cultures were so different that they, a lot of people back at that time, wets will probably include it, did not think of India as human beings. I don't know how you can do that, and we certainly today aren't there. But there was a time in history when people thought that they're not humans. They're like us, but they're not humans, so we can go ahead and kill them. Yeah. And it's hard for us in 2022 to put our mind there. Well, really, I mean, it's a trend inside of human nature. And it makes it easier to kill your enemy if you think they're not human. That's part of the psychological aspect of it. If that person is not a person and they're a bear, that's a lot easier. Yeah, almost like a coping mechanism for guilt. Exactly. And you build that into your culture and your dad tells you that. Correct. And his dad told him that and the time you're young, you're taught that, you know? Yeah. And then the more you do it, the less you're bothered by it. The human story is wrought with tragedy, and in North America, the dehumanization of indigenous people is one that happened here. But to be historically accurate, many Native American ideologies didn't believe the white man to be fully human either. The shawnees believed that whites were of a lesser order and were created by an inferior God to the one that made them. And in turn, they were often extremely brutal towards the white interlopers who invaded and took over their ancestral lands. It was a bloody and wild time period. I think this would be a good time to talk briefly about some of the other wetzel brothers 'cause you're gonna need to just know they were there. Lewis older brother Martin was the second most notorious of the brothers. He once executed 16 native captors with his tomahawk. And he once snuck up behind in Indian in the midst of a peace negotiation and literally split his skull with a tomahawk. Martin was once captured by Native Americans and was their captive for over a year. And by deceit, he gained their trust and then escaped after murdering one by one, the three Indians he was hunting with. John wetzel junior, another brother, he once infiltrated an Indian village by dressing like an Indian. He stayed undercover for several days before he murdered two Indians outside the village and later complained about only bringing home to scalps. All the wetzel brothers were involved in this war and in murder and Indians. Now let's talk about a critical moment in the wetzel brothers young adult life. The biggest marker in understanding who Lewis wetzel was. And all the wetzel brothers and why they did what they did was when their father was killed. And it was in 1787, and it was Lewis, his brother Martin, his brother George, and his dad. So four wetzels, the father and three sons. They're in a canoe on the Ohio River, or some type of boat on the Ohio River. And they get ambushed from the bank for no parent reason. And essentially kill John wetzel senior and George wetzel. And so the two that are alive are Martin and Lewis. And they survive in kind of a wild story of jumping in the water and being on the back side of the boat. And they go and make retribution for their father and kill a couple of the Indians that were part of this. And they say that that was that was the thing that solidified his vow. So he's made this vow when he was a young boy after being captured when he was 13. He becomes a scout when he's 17, and then at 23, his dad and brother get killed in front of him. They bury him in a shallow grave on the banks of the Ohio River in Hickory bark coffins. So that like solidified the next 20 years of his life before he died of he was just going to kill everybody that he could find. This is a great place to try to venture into the mind of Lewis wetzel. Zach Newcomb is a clinical social worker, but he is also served as the clinical director of a psychiatric hospital. He spent his career in the mental health field and I wanted to get some clarity on the possible conditions of somebody with a resume like wetzel. And yep, Zach is my brother. My older brother. You know, as you described for me, wetzel and his life. A couple things pop out. That I would want to explore deeper. One would be the initial childhood trauma that he experienced. You've got to go there. To me, as a clinician, I'm going to PTSD is something that's going to be strong on my radar. Honestly, with trauma like that, it would be hard for me to believe that there's not PTSD there. I mean, that's pretty traumatic. Post traumatic stress disorder. Okay. From as a child being distressed by confrontation with these Indians being kidnapped. Yep, absolutely. That just grew through his life, probably. So you've got that trauma right there, which changes a man, right? That changes the human being. And then as you described to me, the environment he lived in, which my understanding, I mean, he was basically, that was his profession. Was to kill Native Americans. And so as you describe that to me, the first thing that comes to my mind is, I mean, that's not an environment that any of us, at least in the U.S., live in today for the most part. I mean, that's a war zone. What you're describing to me is a war zone. Yes. And so, you know, so if you're assessing antisocial personality disorder, or is somebody a sociopath? Is a soldier a sociopath for doing what he does on the battlefield. So those are things you're going to have to take into account. So the context matters. The context matters. The context matters. That's good to know. I asked Zach if he would be able to diagnose wetzel and here's what he said after he almost slapped me. So it would be unethical. It is unethical for me to diagnose someone who's not in front of me that I'm not actively assessing. So when people ask me these things, hey, this character from the past or this, that and the other. Or it happens to me all the time. Like, hey, my brother is doing these things or my boyfriend or my girlfriend. Are they a psychopath? I can kind of look at little stories and they're all kind of anecdotal right at this point in time. Yes. And I can say, hey, you know what? If they were coming into my office and I had this information, I can say, you know what, these are things I'd be looking for. Okay, man. Okay, so it's unethical to go back and diagnose someone that you can't actually speak with. That is good to know. So now let's learn about sociopaths, psychopaths, and how both of these fall under the category of antisocial personality disorder. And people throw around, you just throw out the sociopath. Sociopath is not an official diagnosis. It's just kind of a term to describe a set of behaviors, right? And so sociopath and psychopath fall into the category most of the time of antisocial personality disorder. So what is a sociopath? So if you're looking at sociopath versus psychopath, which is kind of the easiest way to see him. Sociopath would be somebody who, you know, they lack empathy for others. Generally speaking, the sociopath is aggressive, like there's a lot of anger outbursts. There's a lot of aggression. The sociopath, they can be demonstrative and people explosive, but also what I'm trying to get at is people can enjoy their company to a certain degree because they're wild and crazy. Fun. Okay. So they could be like almost normal people in some social settings. Now the psychopath more, the contrast of that would be the psychopath would, again, not have the emotional connection to people, not really feel empathy. But generally speaking, would be able to discern. I'm going to laugh and smile to manipulate this person. But really, they're not laughing and smiling on the inside. That's a psychopath. Yeah, very clinical, very, very unfailing. So do you think a guy that would have killed this many humans? He could fall under a category of a sociopath. Yeah, yeah. Okay, so somebody like wetzel could be considered a sociopath. But this is the main source of the problem, this antisocial personality disorder. We need to learn what this is. All right, so antisocial personality disorder. And this is straight from the DSM-V, which is the diagnostic manual. This is straight from the textbook, man. This is textbook. So somebody from them to meet that criteria, they have to meet three or more of the following. Okay. Failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors as indicated by repeatedly performing acts that are grounds for arrest. So check, check, deceitfulness, as indicated by repeated lying, use of aliases or conning others for personal profit or pleasure. I would say check. Would you? Okay. You know I'm more than me. Impulsivity or failure to plan ahead. Man, I'm not fit into that one. See, that one, at least based on the story. Just those three things. No, there's more. There's a list of 7 here where that will go down. Okay, okay. So he's got to have at least oh, he's got to have at least three of those. He's three of the 7. He's a shoe in. Now we can't diagnose him because that wouldn't be we're not going to do it. But this is like a good guideline, right? Gotcha. Irritability and aggressiveness as indicated by repeated physical fights or assaults. Check. See, okay. I mean, he killed people, just constantly. Yeah, but in the context of war. Yeah. So then reckless disregard for safety of self or others. Check consistent, irresponsibility is indicated by repeated failure to sustain consistent work behavior or honor financial obligations. Check counterfeiting. Lack of remorse as indicated by being indifferent to or rationalizing having hurt mistreat of their stolen from another. Oh, wow. Triple check. So based on those criteria. Those are the 7 needs. Really needs three. Well, he, for sure, had 6. This isn't a diagnosis, but these are the things Zach would be looking into if Lewis wetzel came into his office. So, as we move forward, the definition of a serial killer is simply someone who has murdered more than one person. Here are Zack's final thoughts. From everything I'm hearing in our conversation, he's very potentially have the labeling of a serial killer, very potentially have the labeling of a sociopath or somebody with antisocial personality disorder. And you highly likely have some post traumatic stress disorder. We're going to learn that wetzel got into some serious trouble with some counterfeit money later in his life. But I think this general checklist is pointing us in the right directions we try to understand it. What I learned about this antisocial personality disorder is that it's very serious. And that really less than 5% of the population could be diagnosed with it. And it doesn't mean that you don't like being in public or don't like talking to people. It actually doesn't mean that at all. It means that a person wouldn't comply with a very basic premises of society. And a high percentage of people in prison have this disorder. But let's get back into wetzel's life and look at the only thing we have, which is the stories that are recorded about him. We're going to tell two stories of cold blooded, bushwhack and murder that had to do with turkey hunting. But first, Steve will discuss the hazy nature of human storytelling. You know when you're talking about how stories get a little messed up in the talon. Yeah. I have a friend who tells me a great story that involves him. Okay, so my buddy Ronnie tells me a story about Ronnie. I then tell my friend a.

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"john wetzel" Discussed on Cold

Cold

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"john wetzel" Discussed on Cold

"However off. Like i the whole by alvin have i have. Doug concluded this call by telling rhonda no matter what he would do the right thing in the future. The next morning he came out of his cell for breakfast just in time to witness a brawl. He told his brother about it on the phone. One these sections down air brexit fistfight. You know like. I gotta get from through the. It's crazy man it's crazy there's been heavy half despots just just since. I've been here since thursday. It's doug vented to his brother about how much worse life was in the winter facility compared to ssd he figured it wouldn't be long before he could force the prison to send him back back. Technically have done nothing wrong to be moved. I've done nothing in the institution to be technically right now. They have to keep my job for me and they have to keep my spot. Sst i'm not. I'm not too worried about all that. Because as long as i moved for court reasons or health reasons or something something. That has nothing to do something. I've done since i've been in here. You know. they can now. They can't do anything so that's still good. You know how long that'll be good. I don't know. I mean. I hope this ain't gonna go to a preliminary hearing. Of course the real motive for doug's call was to make sure his brother would be at the arraignment hearing the next day to support rhonda honestly. I'm not worried about it. Because i know i wasn't involved in anything like that and i know ronda worth it. You know if they're gonna try to tack rhonda you know i don't want my children lives disrupted. That's what it boils down to you know and rhonda doesn't deserve to go through this. You know what i mean. Well you know. that's what doug suggested. Rhonda were arrested at the arraignment russ and their dad. Monon should put up a property bond to cover her bail. Nothing like the twenty five thousand for me. He didn't lose thing. I mean there's no way. Skip out on your dad. And i know she wouldn't. You got nowhere to go. Can't even relative state. Iran wouldn't do that anyway russ said. He wasn't sure why they should be on the hook for rhonda's bail instead of her own family and he said he didn't understand why police would arrest her anyhow. considering she wasn't involved in any crime doug told russ. It was all a ruse. The police couldn't have anything on him because of course he hadn't done anything neither had rhonda and he said it'd been seven years. I can't believe after all time research. Poll i get out at work. We'd always he killed his wife time. They charge him with it. And all the names that guy that was back in man for you a this year. John john t wetzel. Let me pause here and tell you a bit about the john wetzel case like doug. John wetzel hailed from the ogden area of utah. His estranged wife cheryl wetzel had served him with divorce papers on november. Thirteen nineteen eighty five. A week later cheryl turned up dead having been shot once in the head and left in her car parked near the ogden river a month later around the same time doug was standing trial for the rape of joyce. Joost john wessels girlfriend. Kitty eeks was pleading guilty to murder. She admitted to the crime but said she had acted alone. She refused to implicate her lover in his estranged. wife's execution kitty headed to prison in january of eighty six just like doug and like doug. She entered therapy once there. It took a few years but kitty ended up telling the full story of cheryl's murder to an attorney. She met through alcoholics anonymous with that. Let's go back to doug phone call with his brother. Russ this one lady. That is why the car somewhere this one lady. John new took the rap for it now since she's being crying the blues i dunno papers she last year the bieber county prosecutors the same ones who were charging doug with capital homicide had also filed a capital homicide charge against john wetzel just a few months prior. Kitty would eventually testify against john saying he had hounded her for weeks to kill sharon to prevent her from taking his assets in the divorce. John told kitty when and how to do it he had given her drugs as well as the money she had needed to buy a gun. Kitty had gone along and even taken the fall for it. She said because she was in love with john. The parallels to doug's situation were striking the timelines of the two cases were almost identical. Both involved a sort of murder-for-hire plot and abandoned car and a female victim who had held a position of power over a man know gonna win my appeal to it would've took probably eighteen months to two years but i know i was gonna win that soon. That hit the feds. They were going to throw that thing up in the air and say you know this because there was so many points man. We was gonna get him on that i would want on. I know it. And i don't know if this is triggered summer whoever it seems like every time i case gets court date south. Doug finished the conversation by once again imploring rust to protect rhonda to post her bail. If necessary later that afternoon doug made one final call to his ex wife ahead of the arraignment. He struck a different tone this time as if nothing were wrong. How kids are fine. Fine complain that.

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"john wetzel" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"john wetzel" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"With three more years of experience you. Nfl everyone else literally. Everyone else is either entering their third year or less. That is incredibly like it. I'm all about giving young guys a shot. That is without a doubt. I want these young guys to get an opportunity as opposed to signing someone like james carpenter on which you mentioned earlier but having that much of your offensive line depth on the team essentially relegated to rookies and second year players is highly concerning especially when you're looking to conduct Battles on the offensive line to figure out who's going to be a starter there When one of your only two active quote unquote veterans is one of the argument horse players on the team from pass walking standpoint. That is like that has me sweating bullets And again. I'm a big believer. That arthur smith is going to revamp this offense and make it fun again and he's gonna score some points but if they cannot improve this depth in he is not a you know a dark wizard capable of altering time in space in reality. This is going to be a very very difficult lift in year. one that is. I'm not trying to say guys like drew dolman and jalen mayfield arkansas workout. I've i feel like there's you know. Very good potential with these guys but the rest of them. Oh my word like this is an looking at this rookie first year rookie rookie rookie rookie. Second year. second year rookie rookie second year. That is highly concerned. So if feels like the falcons can't be done with offensive line. I i've got to imagine some of these guys are gonna off and they're gonna start trying to look for veterans. Get cut during training. Camp veterans cut in the preseason and try to bolster the depth. That way but right now this is a very very young unit and the in my opinion probably a little bit too young for for comfort to go into the season like this. What do you think about the fact that probably ninety percent of our offensive line depth in in training camp is essentially three years or younger in the league. We need every single member of the offense line and be fully fully healthy as it stands right now. Yes and then and then even then he still. Maybe they'll probably be a below average unit. Well let me not say probably. If everyone's healthy you let me be more optimistic. The likely be an average unit as their if we if we have any andries is now like you might as well go out there with four offense. Lineman didn't extra wide receiver colleagues out about that will be be better the team right now. I think i john wetzel is maybe the the like direct backup with mag. Ohno's injury and john wetzel is most known for being caught in re. Signed by the falcons like six or seven every other week. yeah He someone who at least has you know some experience you played for the cardinals for three seasons. He played a he was actually a starter in twenty seventeen for them in two thousand sixteen. But you know there were some injuries here and there You wasn't very good especially wasn't a very good pass blocker who's always a-plus run blocker. But you know there is. I have no confidence in his step in. Like you said there. There probably needs to be multiple signings along the offensive line. That's going to be pretty difficult to pull that off and bring in Another address which team also desperately needs. But you know there's there's probably going to be some bargain. Been shopping over the course of the next month or so and you know it says a lot that i'm more confident in who they find in that. You know discount. Bargain ben than i am. What's available on their offs right now. Right this is the better you know. We we move past. The guys that are certain starters. This is the list of guys who are on the roster in in competition for the center in lifeguard positions if we if we assume mcgary Does keep that right. Tackle spot. Josh andrews Thirty years old six years of experience. willie beavers twenty seven years old. Two years of experience drew dahlman rookie. Bryce hargrove rookie matt hennessy. Second year sam jones. Second year jalen mayfield rookie ryan newsreel. Rookie joe sculthorpe rookie. Kion smith rookie. Williams williams sweet second year willie right first year. I mean that right there tells you the story that is that i'm thinking back in. Honestly i cannot remember when the falcons had this little experience across the entire roster for offensive line like normally. They've they've done a good job of mixing in guys who've played four or five years. Been backups for four or five years but there's none that none of that literally. None of that at all On this current composition of the roster and you know when we decided to talk about offensive line. we joked about sean harlow. He would have more experience right now than any of these guys which is sort of you know disheartening. All right so with all of that said on we talked about the starters The guys were comfortable with our unease with right tackle If you were to project right now what do you think. The starting five for the falcons offensive line. Looks like for game one of the nfl season. Twenty twenty one I think jake matt From what dry jake. Matthews has left tackle as it stands right now. Josh andrews probably left guard. i hope aaron freemen's right and that the Starting left guard in week. One isn't on the ross right now but you know we can't predict that at all so right now to flat said josh andrus center will will be not honesty. Most likely Right guard will be crystalline. Dramatic of core scale bulgaria right tackle and this feels like the unit that out of the thirty two. nfl teams. You know. Maybe he'll be the twenty third or twenty fourth best offensive line in the nfl season. Which you know isn't good by any means. But i i would not expect this unit to be a top ten unit in the nfl than you know. arthur smith is just like a wizard. Yeah yeah i if if that happens Sign arthur smith to a forty year contract at this point art jake matthews for me left. Tackle clearly left guard of the guys. You're currently on there. I'm going to change. I'm going to differ. Your i think it will be jalen. Mayfield Because i think josh andrews is hasn't shown that he can do anything in this league of of note but as to your point Agree completely. i hope that they go. And look for some veteran depth that can fill in that spot instead of going with the second worst option center. I'm actually also gonna disagree here. I think that dolman is going to show up in camp. I think the coaching staff wants to give him the job. And i think he will be the day. One starter You know no offense to matt hennessy. but i think dolman is going to get as many opportunities as possible and i think he's going to. That's my hot. Take for the podcast. Drew is a starter center. I will say if dominant mayfield or the servers in week one. That's going to be the most intriguing route possible with this offensive line. That's going to be something where you know. I'm not gonna say that it's going to be a very good offensive line. But i'll definitely be you know very much keeping my eye out and you know tracking that that interior of the office of line. Because i feel like that's probably the most exciting option. Because if they are starters week one it will mean that they'll have earned it a shown the coaching staff something in preseason training camps and given that trust right away yeah and to be clear. I am not in general in favor of starting multiple rookies next to each other on the offensive line. You know that is almost always a recipe for disaster. You want some kind of veteran presence Next to each rookie that you're starting and You know there's only so much. Jake matthews can do from left tackle in lindstrom can do from right guard but to your point. I feel like This coaching staff is going to get both of these guys every opportunity to earn a job..

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"john wetzel" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"john wetzel" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"I knew this at the time, I mean when we were in the international ignore it and Jason was in Syracuse and John was in Scranton. And and I was doing the Paw Sox games at the time. I and John Wetzel, by the way, who still does the Rochester Red Wings should be in the major leagues. Ten years ago. He's that good. We knew that that there was some Talent there. It's just that this thing, this world this job is so luxury. That's so crazy that you just might not ever get the right breaks but I'm so happy that the Reds had the foresight to do what they did and to bring on John because so many of these teams now I think would probably go for a big ticket you know National name. They didn't do that and I think Reds fans are going to love John for four decades. I mean, he's just a, he's a really special talent. He's brilliant, he'll get so into it. The fans, they are lucky to have him so long, it just makes me smile to see my friends, living the dream that I've done fortunate to be able to live myself. It's a they helped me get through the minor leagues, and hopefully we're going to spend a lot of nights together and Big League ballparks so when dead. I was in the new york-penn league. I had the occasion to run across, while I was doing the Watertown Indians, obviously, the new york-penn league affiliate of Cleveland at the time, this was a 1991. Donna, or Sal ki-ho, was in Utica and the one and only Jim Jackson was in Utica, but what did I say? Jim Jackson was not. In fact, he was somewhere else can't remember and Dawn was in Utica, I can't remember where Jim Jackson was, but the three of us formed a bond down there in the new york-penn league and it was just tremendous loss. Yeah, it's it's friendships, you'll never forget. And and you know to see their families now have the opportunity to benefit from all the sacrifices they made. I mean, you know, all of us have parents and wives and children who put up with so much in bus rides and and you know being underpaid for for ten years basically to see them Reach the ultimate. You know, Peak just is very wrong. And I got to tell you, I love listening to you and the job you do on WEEI Red Sox podcast and I'm not just.

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Details revealed about Bill Cosby's prison cell

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00:40 sec | 4 years ago

Details revealed about Bill Cosby's prison cell

"Bill Cosby's fence. His first full day is an inmate in Pennsylvania. The eighty one year old was given a three to ten year sentence for sexually assaulting a woman yesterday ABC's Mark Remillard says Cosby is being handled much like any other prisoner. The Pennsylvania department of corrections says that Cosby is going through the intake process and will meet with staff from the medical psychology and records departments. He's already been given an inmate number and is being held in a single cell unit near the infirmary. The department says Cosby will be allowed phone calls and visitation according to prison policy. In a statement corrections secretary John Wetzel says the long term goal for Cosby is for him to one day. Join the general prison

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U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones loses bid to stop defamation lawsuit

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00:23 sec | 4 years ago

U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones loses bid to stop defamation lawsuit

"That's eight. Five five Texas fifty five Prisons across, Pennsylvania remain, locked down nearly thirty prison staffers. Were sickened by exposure to suspected synthetic marijuana Pennsylvania correction, secretary, John, Wetzel, we've had. Twenty nine, staff, members, exposed to some Drug what's likely some k-, to kind of stuff and so we're in. A real

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