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'I didn't want to miss it': Royal funeral on global live TV

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

'I didn't want to miss it': Royal funeral on global live TV

"People around the world have been watching Queen Elizabeth's funeral on TV In Hong Kong British citizen Tom fell remembered being at the queen mother's funeral hand Princess Diana's So hard not to not to be there So he and others around the globe watched from a South African amphitheater She showed us courage She showed us Judy To British pubs in Paris It's a historical moment in English history and I didn't want to miss it And here in Washington Didn't feel right It is watching my own home Saw Germain Washington

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Judy Gold Shares Her Take on the White House Correspondents' Dinner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Judy Gold Shares Her Take on the White House Correspondents' Dinner

"What did you think happened to be or the morning after The White House correspondents dinner? I thought Trevor Noah was great about the president was great. You know, it just made me, first of all, 6 years, the guy couldn't go to a oh. No. Yeah, I caught myself. Thank you. You know, the pre orange, the orange thing. Right. Such a baby. Couldn't go to The White House correspondent center because he is such a little child. And you know, comedy is such a weapon. Yeah. And he doesn't know how to use it because he's too dumb. So I loved it. I loved that, you know, I love that speech Trevor gave at the end. Yes. Because, you know, there's nothing like disarming an audience with comedy. And then, you know, and they listen and they love you after you disarm them and make them laugh and to be able to use that platform. I mean, talk about taking advantage of a situation. I loved that. Yeah. And I love that Biden. Yes. No, that's not for you. That's for him. Go ahead. You're not supposed to be looking at me. Go ahead. Oh, sorry. And I love that Biden. Mocked it. That hope that whole pandemic, you know, we had a play. Oh wait, well, that's what I was that's what I was doing. Hold on, here we go. This is the first time the president attended this dinner in 6 years. It's understandable. We had a horrible plague followed by two years of COVID. Hilarious and true, right? Right. And what a great joke and someone who can deliver a joke. And, you know, just bringing that humor back and that self effacing. That is part of our culture. Stand up is such a part of our culture because it's just an extension of free speech.

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Was Gary Devore's Death the First Proven State Sponsored Killing?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:38 min | Last month

Was Gary Devore's Death the First Proven State Sponsored Killing?

"So basically this detective puts on a bunch of scuba gear and goes into this aqueduct with about 15 feet of water. And he finds the truck, he finds it. He locates it and says, I got him. You know, but there's no laptop and the skeleton in the car, which was Gary devore, has no hands. And in addition to having no hands, there are a lot of other things about this official report that were suspicious because now the police and the sheriff's department took over with reporting on this. His laptop, which contained the script called the big steel, and his gun, which he always carried, they were missing. And by the way, the aqueduct was searched extensively during the initial disappearance and they had no success, and it showed no signs of impact. And for the official account to work, Gary devore would have had to have driven three miles against traffic without being seen. And also, by the way, let's not forget this. His lights weren't on. So the drive would have been in complete darkness. For three miles, going against the grain of traffic. And according to a Hollywood investigative reporter, Donald crutchfield, who worked for many famous people like Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Marlon Brando. He said, evil knievel on his best night couldn't do this. So I know this all seems unbelievable. But that's exactly why doctor Alfred spent almost ten years investigating whether somebody or some organization had Gary devore killed. It's very difficult to actually prove something happened like a murder, but you can prove that something didn't happen like an impossible accident. How can you possibly turn around on a freeway and drive three miles against traffic with your lights off? If those facts are accurate and a bunch of experts say it would not have been possible, then you got to go so far as to say, you know, you've proven the first state sponsored killing in the United States. And therefore, the murder had to have been a cover up and our government kept it secret.

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Ohio's J.D. Vance Joins Charlie to Share the Latest on His Race

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | Last month

Ohio's J.D. Vance Joins Charlie to Share the Latest on His Race

"Back to the program. Hey, Charlie. Thanks for having me, man. How's your race going? Give us the update. Yeah, it's cold good, you know, the good thing is that people want to hire just frustrated with Biden and can remind their frustrated with the fact that these guys have made energy way more expensive than it needs to be. They're frustrated with the fact that they're so radical on every issue to where if you think that we should have a secure southern border in this country than Tim Ryan and Joe Biden basically think that you're a racist. And I always tell people look, we've got a ton of fiddle pouring into our state that's killing a lot of our people. I don't care what they call us. We got to defend that southern border and actually shut it down. But the one thing that he does have going for him is just a ton of money. And so I always tell people, if you want to help us out, go to Judy Vance dot com because the national Democrats, Charlie, had built this incredible national fundraising platform. It's actually in some ways impressive. Of course, part of what's going on is that they have the advantage of the big technology companies. And so if you look at the censorship of a Republican fundraising email, the rate at which it's put into people's spam filters into people's junk box folders and you compare that to democratic fundraising emails. I mean, it's crazy. It's like 80% of Republican emails are getting filtered, maybe 5% of Democrat flutterings, the emails are getting filtered. So what we were really in a fundraising war where the Democrats and aligned with the big tech industry and because of it, we need all the help that we can get. If we get it though, if we're able to tell our story, Charlie, I'm not worried at our about our race at all. And I think we are going to have a red wave because people are fed up.

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The Broncos Need Williams and Jeudy to Be Young Stars

Schlereth and Evans

01:17 min | 2 months ago

The Broncos Need Williams and Jeudy to Be Young Stars

"Cecil lammy wrote in his mile high Monday piece, the Broncos need javonte Williams and Jerry Judy to be stars stink. Stars. Yeah, well, I think the javonte Williams is. I mean, nobody broke more tackles than he did last year. The guy is efficient in the passing game, blitz pick up, can catch the ball to the backfield and we know what kind of runner he is. So I think that guy has already put the league on notice as far as stardom is concerned. Jerry Judy is a bigger question mark. Yep. Just a bigger. You got to be productive. And you got to stay healthy, which is a skill. You gotta produce even when you don't feel great and production has been in issue. So I mean, you can be, you can tweet out that I just guess I got my sprints in today and all that garbage, but bottom line you have to be productive. And obviously with a quarterback situation that we have now compared to what we've had with Jerry Judy, there are no more excuses. You can't, if Jerry Judy is in productive now, you can't say, well, I mean, look at the quarterback situation. Look at the coordinator situation. Look at what was going on. Now is the time and this is the kind of rubber meets the road place for Jerry Judy and his

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 Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Civil jury finds Bill Cosby sexually abused teenager in 1975

"There's a verdict in the Bill Cosby sexual assault lawsuit near Los Angeles a civil jury in Santa Monica California has found that Bill Cosby did sexually abuse a 16 year old girl at the Playboy mansion in 1975 the Los Angeles County jury delivered the verdict in favor of Judy huff who is now 64 and awarded her half a $1 million Juris found that Cosby intentionally caused harmful sexual contact with huff that he reasonably believed that she was under 18 and that his conduct was driven by unnatural or abnormal sexual interest in a minor It is a major defeat for the 84 year old entertainer who was once held as America's dad It comes nearly a year after

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Cosby lawyer urges jurors to consider only proof from trial

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Cosby lawyer urges jurors to consider only proof from trial

"Cruising arguments have been made in the sexual abuse trial of Bill Cosby in California Here's what the jurors got to hear A prosecutor told jurors they should know in their hearts that Bill Cosby did sexually assault Judy huff at the Playboy mansion in 1975 when she was just 16 and that they should hold him accountable for that an attorney for the comedian told the panel to look past years of public accusations against the actor and comedian and consider only what was presented in this case Cosby's lawyers say this in the matter at hand hoth in her attorneys did not come close to proving what they call a 50 year old he said she said case Cosby did not testify in the civil lawsuit the jury did see a 2015 deposition that he gave in it he denies any sexual contact between him and huff she says however he forced her to do a sex act on him I'm Oscar wells

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'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

AP News Radio

01:34 min | 4 months ago

'Donkey Kong defense' arises at Bill Cosby sex abuse trial

"Could the title of a video game tilt the Bill Cosby sexual assault case in favor of the comedian The Twinkie defense the affluenza defense and now the donkey Kong defense is coming into play this time in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case and attorney for the comedian for us to key witness over her previous statements about which arcade game she was playing when she and plaintiff Judy hoth were in the Playboy mansion with Bill Cosby as teens in 1975 huff alleges that she and Donna samuelsson were playing video games in a large room with a bedroom next to it both in a 2014 police interview and a 2016 deposition Samuelson said she was playing donkey Kong Cosby's lawyers no donkey Kong did not come out until 1981 6 years later As to explain the discrepancy Samuelson answered I got the name wrong Samuelson and the jury was shown a photo of the game room that was taken in 2016 there of donkey Kong game could be seen and Samuelson was asked for the similar photos taken after 1975 could have affected her memory and testimony Samuelsson replied that she had not seen that image until the 2016 photo was shown to her in court during testimony last week Cosby's attorneys plan to argue to the jury that the discrepancy should undermine the case against the comedian Cosby's attorneys feel that if the jury believes samuelsson was lying about the title of the video game it would undercut her testimony that Cosby approached her from behind and put his hands on her shoulders and testimony from hoth that the comedian forced her to do a sex act on him A Moscow's Gabrielle

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Virus Outbreak Nurses-Nurses intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Virus Outbreak Nurses-Nurses intro and wrap

"The front lines of the pandemic are inspiring a new crop of nurses Danny Burgos used to have a different New York dream before graduating from the Columbia University school of nursing Try not to roll your eyes when I repeat that yes I used to be a Broadway actor After the show in Pittsburgh he was in was shut down by the pandemic Burgos saw a photo of a nurse taking off their N95 mask with the imprint of the mask on their face And that struck me I was like this is someone who at who is now actually putting their physical body in front of something for someone Judy wolf at the Columbia school of nursing says there's a lot of Danny Burgos is out there in the middle of the pandemic Colombia had its biggest nursing application class ever What these students symbolize or represent for us is hope Burgo says at least not going to make his Broadway dream come true I'm going to make another one come true here I'm Ed

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Distraught teen told of Cosby sex abuse, friend testifies

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Distraught teen told of Cosby sex abuse, friend testifies

"The first day of testimony is done in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case in California I want to go I want to leave Those are the words of witnesses a 16 year old Judy huff told her minutes after a force sexual encounter with Bill Cosby at the Playboy mansion in the mid 1970s Donna Samuelson huff's best friend at the time was the first witness in the case in which hoth is suing Cosby for assault Samuelson who was just 17 said she wanted to spend the rest of the day at the famed celebrity playpen and was upset that her year younger friend wanted to leave until she told her Cosby had tried to have sex with her Samuelson shot two photos of Cosby and huffed together that day images shown constantly to the jury on day one of the trial A Moscow's Gabriel

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Cosby faces sex abuse allegations again as civil trial opens

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Cosby faces sex abuse allegations again as civil trial opens

"A new Bill Cosby's sexual assault case gets underway today Bill Cosby will be sitting this one out the aging comedian to remain at his home near Philadelphia while his attorneys duke it out with accuser Judy huff in a suburban Los Angeles courthouse huth claims Cosby took her to the Playboy mansion in 1975 and forced her to perform a sex act on him she says she was 16 at the time the case will hinge mainly on her memory of the incident along with photo and archive evidence her side will present to support her claim Cosby's attorneys do acknowledge Cosby took Hough to the Playboy mansion but they insist there was no sexual assault and that huff was not a minor I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Bill Cosby lawyers cry foul as civil sex assault trial looms

"Don't don't don't don't look look look look now now now now but but but but there's there's there's there's another another another another Bill Bill Bill Bill Cosby Cosby Cosby Cosby sex sex sex sex assault assault assault assault trial trial trial trial on on on on the the the the horizon horizon horizon horizon this this this this one one one one in in in in California California California California jury jury jury selection selection selection begins begins begins next next next week week week in in in a a a case case case in in in which which which the the the comedian comedian comedian is is is accused accused accused of of of sexually sexually sexually assaulting assaulting assaulting a a a teenager teenager teenager at at at the the the playboy playboy playboy mansion mansion mansion in in in Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles nearly nearly nearly a a a half half half century century century ago ago ago Bill Bill Bill Cosby Cosby Cosby is is is not not not expected expected expected to to to attend attend attend the the the proceedings proceedings proceedings but but but his his his lawyers lawyers lawyers will will will be be be there there there and and and they're they're they're already already already trying trying trying to to to get get get the the the case case case thrown thrown thrown out out out before before before it it it starts starts starts the the the issue issue issue is is is a a a recent recent recent filing filing filing by by by plaintiff plaintiff plaintiff Judy Judy Judy Huff Huff Huff she she she said said said she she she now now now believes believes believes the the the assault assault assault was was was in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen seventy seventy seventy five five five when when when she she she was was was sixteen sixteen sixteen and and and not not not seventy seventy seventy four four four when when when she she she was was was fifteen fifteen fifteen Cosby's Cosby's Cosby's lawyers lawyers lawyers say say say that that that to to to torpedo torpedo torpedo the the the case case case entirely entirely entirely the the the judge judge judge seems seems seems inclined inclined inclined to to to disagree disagree disagree the the the trial trial trial is is is set set set to to to begin begin begin Monday Monday Monday I'm I'm I'm Oscar Oscar Oscar wells wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel

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It's Not the Thought That Counts, It's the Deed

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:00 min | 5 months ago

It's Not the Thought That Counts, It's the Deed

"Real. So there is a very well-known saying in Hebrew. And as you know, and many of those watching or listening would know, I tended yeshiva, which is intense religious Jewish study till I was 19. And half the day was in Hebrew, half was in English. I studied basically what one would become a rabbi. So I studied a lot. I know Judy is very well, and there is a very famous saying. I'll just say that, obviously, in English, it is not the thought that counts, but the deed. I was raised on that. And that is one of the things I love about Judaism, that it's so preoccupied with what you do rather than how you think. That it allows the mind to live in great freedom. And I have appreciated that very much.

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Laugh-In (MM #4051)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Laugh-In (MM #4051)

"The mason minutes. With Kevin mason, the other night before dinner, my wife and I were clicking through the TV channels and I stumbled upon something I hadn't seen literally in decades. The old 1960s, 1970s TV show, Rowan and Martin's laugh in. If you were alive, you remember it for Goldie Hawn and Artie Johnson and Judy carne and Ruth buzzy, and of course Ron and Martin. And I hadn't seen it, hadn't thought about it in years. I remember being a little one, 7, 8, 9 years old back in the day. I thought it was cool. All the colors and how fast it moved. And so we sat here and watched it the other night. And I realized how much of a time capsule it really was, and just how bizarre it was. It was kind of a variety show that tried to be hip. And I realized for the times it was hip, but I just couldn't get into it the other night. No, I realized it's been 50 plus years since that show was on. I think we were watching an episode from the first or second season, 1968, and it didn't keep my interest. I realized 50 years is a long time, but when you look at 50 year old TV, you can sometimes see the reality of how long it's been.

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Laugh-In (MM #4051)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Laugh-In (MM #4051)

"The mason minutes. With Kevin mason, the other night before dinner, my wife and I were clicking through the TV channels and I stumbled upon something I hadn't seen literally in decades. The old 1960s, 1970s TV show, Rowan and Martin's laugh in. If you were alive, you remember it for Goldie Hawn and Artie Johnson and Judy carne and Ruth buzzy, and of course Ron and Martin. And I hadn't seen it, hadn't thought about it in years. I remember being a little one, 7, 8, 9 years old back in the day. I thought it was cool. All the colors and how fast it moved. And so we sat here and watched it the other night. And I realized how much of a time capsule it really was, and just how bizarre it was. It was kind of a variety show that tried to be hip. And I realized for the times it was hip, but I just couldn't get into it the other night. No, I realized it's been 50 plus years since that show was on. I think we were watching an episode from the first or second season, 1968, and it didn't keep my interest. I realized 50 years is a long time, but when you look at 50 year old TV, you can sometimes see the reality of how long it's been.

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Laugh-In (MM #4051)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Laugh-In (MM #4051)

"The mason minutes. With Kevin mason, the other night before dinner, my wife and I were clicking through the TV channels and I stumbled upon something I hadn't seen literally in decades. The old 1960s, 1970s TV show, Rowan and Martin's laugh in. If you were alive, you remember it for Goldie Hawn and Artie Johnson and Judy carne and Ruth buzzy, and of course Ron and Martin. And I hadn't seen it, hadn't thought about it in years. I remember being a little one, 7, 8, 9 years old back in the day. I thought it was cool. All the colors and how fast it moved. And so we sat here and watched it the other night. And I realized how much of a time capsule it really was, and just how bizarre it was. It was kind of a variety show that tried to be hip. And I realized for the times it was hip, but I just couldn't get into it the other night. No, I realized it's been 50 plus years since that show was on. I think we were watching an episode from the first or second season, 1968, and it didn't keep my interest. I realized 50 years is a long time, but when you look at 50 year old TV, you can sometimes see the reality of how long it's been.

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Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap

"Hopes are fading in accounting in Alabama for a late surge in new coronavirus vaccinations nurse Jordan Ledbetter keeps a hand written log of vaccinations in Marion County Alabama sheriffs are at the amount of vaccines I gave that day there are a lot of zeroes on that log there have been days where I haven't given any vaccines in a county of roughly thirty thousand people only fourteen showed up at the health department for an initial vaccines during the first six weeks of the year I was really hoping that the start of covered that we had a few weeks ago would increase vaccination numbers but it hasn't Judy Smith with the county health department says this is the pandemic reality in Alabama people are just over it they're just tired of it and one of the biggest challenges that public health has right now is not to keep it in everybody's face but to keep it enough on the forefront that people are not dying in nearly thirty six percent of the population are fully immunized in Marion County I'm a Donahue

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The Truth About COVID Vaccines with Dr. Judy Mikovitz

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 9 months ago

The Truth About COVID Vaccines with Dr. Judy Mikovitz

"The earlier part, I want to make sure our audience understands it. So even though if it's a series of viruses introduced by the flu vaccine, has there been research done to actually be able to find the markers of what this is? It's not just the flu vaccine. It's literally every vaccine and see no, I know, but it all seemed to culminate within one year. But then you say it's because of the masking and the fear and the immunosuppression. And the culmination is kill the most vulnerable. Who's being injected? It's a medical racism. Children are getting injected. But the elderly. They're very people with the disease. Again, you've got an emergency use, and the reason I mentioned Ebola is because Doctor John, who is the head of that team of Christians and is from where I'm from and to her, California and leading the healthcare system there. He did two things when he suspected the doctor got infected. And that it was actually contagious Ebola that Tony Fauci and company had been created. So they sent contagious Ebola. What did he give him? He gave him hydroxychloroquine. And saline, a quiet room, prayed for him, prayed for him. The book, the day, sorry, the book called for life by Kent and amber Brantley. That's the Doctor Who got sick. And so we remember the cover up is Tony Fauci and Obama in a plane went to the CDC. This was just when senator posey, I believe a Florida was going to bring to Congress to the Senate and unveil the thousands of pages of documents of the crimes committed in these vaccine programs in the tens of millions of people murdered and injured around the world starting with 8. And that's what the movie plandemic is about. Plandemic shows you the history, and that's why Mickey Willis can elevate films. They called it plandemic and I called it a plandemic because we've witnessed this since HIV aids, where gain of function studies were done to make a virus more deadly and then develop

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"judy gonna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We're going to get to George Truth. Pro football focus A little later on. We have our good friend Andre Simone from D NV are in the meantime three or 3713, 85 85 or 56690, and some interesting comments there from Thor. Saying that he feels pretty strongly the tape. Bridgewater would be the better choice. Not just the safer choice. Just a better overall choice. And I did see Thor and you can go to his Twitter account at Thor Khoo Kay. You you can check out his Twitter. He did a breakdown of drew lock splits. So this isn't so much of a I just don't like drew lock and I don't think he can be anything. This is he has capitalized against bad teams in college and in the pros, and then when it comes to playing against the good teams, he hasn't ever risen to the occasion and put together not only wins but even good performances against good team because he did the splits based on wins and losses, And he also did based on performances and the numbers are pretty staggering. Chargers are pretty good. Yeah, dual, just in her, but they were a team with a losing record. Most. I mean, like that they haven't played. I mean, I know what you're saying. I'm just saying, saying, you know, Yeah, it's like he doesn't have wins against teams winning records. Miami had a winning record last year. Top Miami team beat him. Yeah, heads up. So I'm saying it's like he doesn't get wins. He just doesn't win as often against those kinds of teams and but I like that you brought that rhyme. There are examples of quarterbacks that have Had success as a pro that they didn't necessarily see in the college ranks. Right? And so, you know, we've seen that before. We've seen one year wonders before we've seen all that kind of stuff. Um, it's not to say that the guys don't exist outside that are outliers. But it does happen. It happens enough that you've got to kind of make sure And you know which which, through? I'm hoping it becomes that guy. If he doesn't he doesn't You know, it's whatever I'll talk. You know, I'll take my posters in my bedroom. My bedspread back, Um You know, I just It's I think that People are too quick to discount him. Give or take kid. Time to grow. You know, we we just don't give quarterbacks the time to grow anymore. We miss out. I think on some great quarterbacks because we don't give them the time to grow. So drew lock statistically had a rough year in a lot of ways, But there was something He was borderline top 10 at and he's up there. With. Matt Ryan, Justin Herbert Baker Mayfield, Philip Rivers, Kyler Murray, Matthew Stafford. He's in the mix with all of these quarterbacks in this one. Statistic, which is big time throws. Yeah, And this is something that Pff tracks he had, according to Pff 31 throws now, just so you want to know what the definition of big time throw is? This is what their definition is. It passed with excellent ball, location and timing generally thrown further down the field or into a tighter window. Okay, That's their definition of big time Throw. Patrick Mahomes had 46 such passes. Tom Brady 45 Aaron Rodgers had 43 And then you get to actually as ago. Russell Wilson, Shawn Watson, Derek Carr, Josh Allen. So these are all the elite premier quarterbacks quarterbacks, But then you get into this next here. Where were the low thirties? Matt Stafford Baker Mayfield, Justin Herbert. Matt Ryan Drew lock Philip Rivers, Kyler Murray. They're all within one of each other is a good quarterbacks are very, very serviceable Quarter. All quarterbacks you would want starting for your team. Couple of things about true on He was young, too is playing hurt last year, you know, I think a lot of people forget that he was playing hurt. Came back early but is still playing hurt. A large portion of the season started feeling better toward the end of the year. You know, we talk about not playing with his great teams. He played pretty well gets the Tennessee Titans one for that, Judy drop, You know, they might have won that game. Um, so there's there's all kinds of little things that go into this. I'm not saying Drew lock is Peyton Manning. He's not But I want to give the kid a fair shake in training camp this year in the preseason this year before we write him off for Teddy Bridgewater, whose and you know and no offense to Teddy Bridgewater, but he's an also ran. It's like wanting to give up on your project for Brian Hoyer. There was one statistic that I was right about But I wasn't as right as I thought I was, If that makes sense. I was talking about turnover worthy place. And I've been saying that for a while as a relationship if worst. Yeah, well, he's bad, like he has a really Bad percentages. Turnover worthy percentage is bad. But I I was talking about the difference between him and Teddy Bridgewater. It's actually not that big of a difference. I was a little surprised by that. So the turn turnover worthy place percentage wise is a is a bit of a jump so When it comes to drew lock his turnover worthy percentages. 4.5% and as comparison here is like Patrick Mahomes is 3.2. Tom Brady's 1.8, Right. Rogers and Brady. You're going to be like zero. Yeah, they're really low, right? Okay. And the teddies is 3.4. So it's like a whole percentage point more which is a lot when he comes Rooster. What Teddy Bridgewater's 3.44 point five. Okay, so it is a full percentage point. Yeah, it's a full percentage point for the turnover worthy place. However, Okay, drew lock had 23 such plays that were considered turnover worthy and again, turnover worthy could be where it wasn't intercepted. Hit the guy in the hands. He dropped it, but he dropped it. Teddy had 20. Yeah, Drew 23. Teddy had 20. So the percentage was different. But the percentage is skewed by the fact that Teddy hit so many of those little short plays and doesn't have the big time throw. That's right. And his average is average depth of target. Don't get me started, like make a difference here drew lock when the average depth of target of 9.7 the league teddy bridge was 7.6, right. 7.6. You're like you stabbed the ball. You take average three steps back yards. Yeah, And then it's just like, okay, Well, let's hit this running back. But you know what? There's something there's something we could get into this a little bit more than their sex. I know you want to get into, uh adjusted net yards. Her play just the net yards per attempt. Yeah, for attempt. We're gonna get into that a little bit more. But there is something about The way that the ball like like a catchable ball, right. So what Tae Bridgewater's doing with leading a guy like Yes, there is something to be said for that and a catchable ball and guys who dropped the ball and Jerry Judy gonna love that. That's what I'm saying. Like how hairy However, Jerry's gonna love papers and a lot of this offense exists over the middle of the field and you're throwing lollipops out there. Eventually, they're going to get picked off and we saw them get picked off in Carolina. 11 interceptions last year. He did, and he wasn't throwing deep, but his volume was higher. Like he played more of the season than Drew did. Yeah, but this isn't but he has so many dink and dunk throws that, you know, they don't do anything else to add a 69.1 completions. He had so many thinking, Deng throws that. Don't do anything again versus Drew. Luck. Who? What is that 57.3. I mean, that's a significant number right there who is throwing at or near the sticks almost every play. And that's going to be required of you out of this office. But then you get guys like Jerry, Judy and you get these running backs. They're shifty. I'm telling you, you can make it work. Get no offense. Give him an opportunity to work in some space. Maybe where? What do you have to take one step off the line of scrimmage. Cut right and hope they didn't catch the ball because that's where Ted is going to be a home. Run.

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"judy gonna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A team decides they want to jump in on the quarterback, sweepstakes and overdrafts or reaches a little bit on potentially Zach Wilson. Maybe even Trey Lance The young guy from North Dakota State. Then you have the tackle Sewell out of Oregon. You got a couple of wide receivers. Jamaar Chase and Jalen. What? Waddle? What'd l right Water. Okay on Devante Smith might be a little bit lower. But I mean, you've got a bunch of offense of players. That are projected to go higher, potentially Then a 3rd 9th. And if the Broncos want Oh, go after a corner. They might be able to get the top brain corner. I don't know. I mean, it's just gonna be fun. What we're will dissect it and over analyze and over, analyze the over Anil ization from now until whatever it is When is the draft now is it may have to look are always changing The dates three or 3713 85 85 is the telephone number dug in Sterling is next on Broncos react. What's up, Doug? Well, um, just called in reacting to the game today. Um We had We got four turnovers from them. I don't think it was his clothes. I mean, we should have won this game handily. We didn't turn the ball over. We got four turnovers. And and we still get beat. Yeah, that makes him no. I mean, it doesn't make sense except the fact that They didn't. They didn't take advantage of the red zone opportunities that the defense gave him. And then they gave up a very quick long drive at the end. And even gave up some chunk plays earlier. I mean, you had a depleted defense that tried to hang in there and did for parts of the game and gave up some big plays and drives that enabled the Raiders to stay in it as well. I mean, it makes sense in that I mean, the Broncos are we're not in a position today to be good enough. To win that game. I feel I feel like the Broncos. Have a good future. I think they have a good corps. Um Think Krulak might have turned the corner. I don't know, Jerry. Judy's gonna have to catch the ball. Um today that little be back next year, von Miller will be back. I mean, I think we've got a core where next year. Week and weaken do a lot of things, but we can't do anything. We can't do anything with Vic. Growing up as much as he screwed up this year. Because I watch a game with my six year old grandson a lot of times and he would say, Papa, why aren't they calling time out? Why don't take home time out. And I'm like they should be. I mean, he doesn't give him a chance to today. That's not the today the criticism is, he shouldn't have been And tonight And tonight, he called time out for the Raiders. Not immediately. I could understand him saying when my defense need addressed, but they were on the ropes. They only had a little bit of time. He didn't call it right away so that they could get set. He waited till they were about to run a play, and they were. They were out of time. They were They were scrambling. They didn't know what the hell they were gonna do. And all of a sudden pigtails. The mountain calls time out Vics defense with Bixel, But Vic's not looking at the Raiders right there, either In totally Hold on. Hold on a minute, Doug. My turn to make a point, which is he's looking at his own defense, which just gave up. 77 yard touchdown drive. I might be off a few yards in while the first three place covered 69 yards. And he's got backups to backups to backups playing and they're gassed. I'm not right away. Then why did he wait till they were almost ready to snap to play for the two point conversion? Before he called time out. They because you want to get a look, if you want to get a look at what they're doing. If he's looking and he's looking what they're doing. He could see him out there. What are we doing? What are we doing? Reading? Gotta play called. We don't even have the right. Personnel in the Raiders were scrambling The Raiders were they were in the Broncos and the Broncos were two again. It's a debatable point. I'll give you that to me. It's not a hill to die on. I can. I can understand why I can. I can understand that particular call and yet, I can also say Vic has made some mistakes in clock and time out management and I do think by and large. He got better that over the course of the season, people who didn't want him or wanted him or didn't call the time out people who disagreed with the call or disagreed with the decision to kick instead of run one more play. Again. I would have liked to have seen them run. One more play. I understand. Coaches will often times kick their to give themselves a little extra time in case something does happen. But that's not how it worked out. Is that the hill to die on for me and determining Vic Fangio know whether or not I think he should be back? No, I agree. I think he should be back next year and again. I'll repeat if we're having the same conversation next year. A lot of people save me the emails a year from now, If it turns out this way, I already know that a lot of you think we will be having the same conversation next year. I get it. That's fine. Maybe we won't I think there's a chance that we don't Don't know They're gonna have to stay healthy. They're gonna have to continue to get better and drew lock is gonna have to continue to get better and I think he took some steps in that direction today, with the exception of the the opportunities, as as he told Dave after the game. Is it a slam dunk? Either way, I don't think it's a slam dunk. Either way more on Broncos react next on the K away Broncos radio network. Doug. I'm so sick of frozen pizza. I really need to get better at cooking. As this pandemic continues. My mom used to make the best chicken dishes. What was it that she used? All right, Red bird farms chicken who could forget it's so tender and delicious. No more frozen meals. For.

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"judy gonna" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"If your cable company doesn't carry Newsmax, call them and say you can switch if they don't carry it. Watch Newsmax today. The following is a paid program. The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the host and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the staff management and parent company of KFBK. Hi. And welcome to healing Quest. You're healthy lifestyle show. I'm Judy Brooks. And I'm Roy walking. Horst. When we talk about a healthy lifestyle here on healing quest, we're talking about things like Integrated medicine and holistic wellness practices to help us all achieve optimum health. Well, thank you so much for joining us, as always. We hope you had a good week and a safe week and we all look forward to the time when the words stay safe, no longer have the hidden meaning of hope You don't catch a deadly virus. You know the covered 19 pandemic has tested us in so many ways, and we're still in the middle of one of those tests. You know, That's why we're going to start today's show by going back in time, a little bit too. You're healing question that we brought you on August 23rd our lead story that week as it's been first, so many weeks this year involved the pandemic and here's what we were talking about, then. On that topic. This week, we discovered a study in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine that literally left us speechless. First of all, I didn't even know there was a journal of Tropical Medicine. Actually, it's been in the news a lot, because these guys here Experts in things like viruses. Okay, well, the study reported that at least 800 people across the world died in the first part of the year because they believe that drinking bleach and other cleaning products Would kill the covert 19 virus. Researchers also found that almost 6000 people were hospitalized so far because of this false information on social media. The spread of online miss information relating to the pandemic has been labeled an info dem IQ by the World Health Organization. They say it's spreading faster than the virus. The country's worst hit by the misinformation. Our excuse me, of course, the U. S. Of Brazil and India, although researchers say they found pandemic misinformation in 25 languages from 87 countries. Doctors on the front lines of the pandemic say, you know they're increasingly fighting not just the Corona virus, but also a never ending, you know, Scourge of misinformation. That's It's actually really hurting patients. Researchers in the U. S and Europe say the volume of misinformation related to the virus is like nothing that they ever seen. King's College in London, the co author of a recent study on this topic. Says people who get their news online instead of from radio, television or newspapers are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories. And not to follow public health guidelines. So medical professionals have issued a warning for all of us to be more careful than ever about what we choose to believe about our health. In a time where we're faced not only with a pandemic, but also with an infidel Mick that's spreading faster than the Corona virus. So again, That was how we began healing quest on August 2030. Now the info Dimmick has received wide attention and I wish we could say things are better in the fight against the epidemic, but but we can't And that is definitely taking, you know, a big toll on the doctors and the nurses on the front lines of trying to keep us all safe. Now, if you're just joining us, I'm Judy Brooks. And I'm Roy walking horse. You're listening to healing quest, and we're talking about the covert 19 in food, Emmick that unfortunately, is still very much with us. We continue to see reports from medical professionals who say one thing that's exhausting them is having to deal with not just the Corona virus, but also with patients, some of whom are very sick. Saying that they're arguing that they don't really have this quote made up thing called Covert 19. And in fact, this week, the president of the U. N General Assembly called for increased efforts around the world to fight covert 19 misinformation. Vulcan. Bhaskar is his name, And he said the infidel Mickey is an international crisis that is costing lives. So you know, people who fall for this disinformation are less likely. To do things like wear a mask or or observed social distancing and basic things like practice. You know, personal hygiene. You know, they're They're really endangering. All of us around them are all the people that are around them. So while the pandemic is going to be with us well into next year, it wouldn't it be nice if we could all leave the infant Dimmick behind us right now, in all the places and with all the people we connect with every day. Please don't buy the baloney. Don't pass it on facts still matter, And so does the truth. And the truth is, the sooner we stamp out this miserable cove it misinformation, the sooner we put the pandemic in our rear view mirror. Okay. Well, let's zoom UVB onto something that I think all of. You're gonna want to know about so coming up. Next. We have some expert inside into a new study by the male clinic. You really want to hear about if you have a baby or a toddler in your life, If it's not yours, maybe the grandchild or niece or nephew. It's something it's It's really important. You need to know this. Then we're going to explore a new healing technique called Forest Bathing. One study has found that it delivers benefits like lower blood pressure and blood sugar levels and improve memory and immune system. In Northern California even has a forest bathing club. Judy's gonna welcome quantum healing expert Nikki Na garage to herself care segment to discuss the fact that the Earth's frequency is changing. And don't forget podcast of this and other healing Crest shows are available at our website. That's healing quest dot tv and you might want to check that out. We we've updated our website. It's still a work in progress, and we're working on every day. But There's a lot there toe to find. And don't forget. Follow us on Facebook.

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"judy gonna" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And again. We've talked about this before. Jokes don't really land on zoom calls like they do in press conferences because you would hear A bunch of people. I'm funny. We don't We don't give you time to build. We always say that the Denver Broncos should win a Super Bowl or their season is an abject failure. But here's the thing. I hate to be to think that I'm out on an island here. But I have yet to find someone, as is as a like minded as I am. We've been having this conversation. I'm giving the Broncos time. I'm like the on ly one, giving them time. Listen. The other radio stations listen to other radio shows. Even on this, um, this radio station with the national host read things and online. I'm like the on ly person. Who is tempering expectations. I'm doing what John Elway thinks we should D'oh, which I don't know how I feel about that, because I'm usually not on the same side of anything as John Elway. I'm the on Ly one, giving the Broncos time. I don't think this is a play off team. I think they'll compete. I think they'll be very much like the Rockies. Will be in it towards the end. All 16 games. If that's how many we end up playing, I think that they're going to be relevant. But I think ultimately they fall short. And then we look at 2021 as a year where maybe the Denver Broncos Khun Break out. But Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes have ruined it for everyone. Because now the expectation is year two. It's time to go. Patrick Mahomes was the MVP of the league in Year two. So is Lamar Jackson. And people are placing that level of expectation on Drew lock. And I don't think it's fair. Allow me to please defend Drew lock for a moment. It's not reasonable to place that level of expectation on him. Even more so now given that he's not gonna have a pre season I thought that it wasn't even reasonable if they had a pre season. Drew lock is not on the same level as Lemar Jackson in Patrick Mahomes doesn't mean he can't go on to have a great career. But if you want to look at if a trend is starting in the NFL, wher, a quarterback in year two makes unbelievable strides and catches us all by surprise. Puts their team in the playoffs. Or maybe Is on the short list for M V P. Candidates Look down in Arizona. We'll get Kyla Murray. That's your guy not drew lock. You're going to be disappointed. If you expect Drew lock to do what Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson have done the last couple of years. You look from a talent perspective from an expectation perspective. Kyla Murray's Your guy. Tyler Murray, and in fact, I do feel this way. I think Kyla Murray breaks out. I really do. He had a full season. Under his belt. He has the best white, not a couple of rookie wide receivers. As much as I think Gary Judy is going to be a terrific wide receiver, and I think I my expectations for him is he could be as good as Courtland Sutton. If not better. I don't know in year one. But I think Jerry Judy's gonna have a terrific career. KJ handler. I think you need to temper expectations with him. But Kyla Murray is adding the best wide receiver in football. Trulock is adding a couple of rookies. What John Elway is saying is absolutely right. You have to temper your expectations, but you didn't need covert to do that. I've been telling you that But we get carried away. With the Denver Broncos. Itjust happens. It's the way that this state functions. And it drives me crazy sometimes. But it's just the way that it is. You have to temporary expectation. Now, John Elway has done this to himself. Right. He's done this to himself from previous years because instead of just embracing the build That he seems to be embracing. Now, instead of embracing it. Two years ago, he tried to bring in case Keenum. Minneapolis Miracle Expectations raised by him and by the media and by the fans didn't work out. So then he changes from case Keenum instead of saying, All right, well, maybe we have more deficiencies on this team. So he gets rid advanced. Joseph. Good move by all accounts. Brings in Vic Fangio. OK, but then you bring in Joe Flacco, and then it's not a build anymore. Then you then you play drew lock. And then it's Yeah, it's time to build. No, A fant. Jerry Judy KJ Handler drew lock. It is time to build. What So many people in my line of work in this state. Feel like they have to get carried away with the expectation for the Denver Broncos, because God forbid anyone goes on the air and doesn't expect the Denver Broncos. To win the Super Bowl every year. I've been telling you this Four months. We are a year away from the Broncos being back. To where we expect the Denver Broncos to be, and that's fine. The one thing that you could get upset about. If you're a Broncos fan is why didn't John Elway embraced this sooner? Why do we have to go through years half a year? Joe Flacco, a full year case. Keenum, Trevor Simeon White White. Couldn't John Elway have just embraced it earlier? And maybe the Trevor Simeon Year is not all the way his fault because Paxton Lynch fizzled. But I thought that time was to go right back to the well, once you knew that Paxton Lynch was a bust, you go and you find another young quarterback. Don't go for this one year Wonder Case Keenum. And expect.

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"judy gonna" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"At at a point, you know each sat injuries. What am I missing here? Why is Leonard Fournette a third round pick? And why is Reichel Armstead? A fifteen sixteen, th round pick I? Mean that just. Drafting him. Just make sense. Maybe he's not there back in the future. You know maybe you have to keep in mind. The colts tried to colts. Not Try to they did. They traded in front of them to draft Jonathan Taylor, so we know that the colts were at least scared that the Jaguars draft on at the Taylor but they did it. The Jaguars didn't get him. Reichel armstead could have an opportunity. I mean he is like. I'm not even sure it's fair to call them handcuffs because I. Think he could have legitimate opportunity this year. The there's just so much upside for that level of pick I I. Don't know if hype is getting out of Control in dynasty, but it's still really hasn't gotten there redraft so. He's going like seven eight rounds after Alexander Madison which no Madison showed more last year. delvin cookies holding out I. Understand all that, but I wonder if there's a similar level of upside there. You have another Guy Dan. You guys were locked and loaded for your show pal. Another guy like his drew lock. You know a little bit more of a popular name, but still being going a little late one fifty ADP. They're We had woody page on dynasty theory. If there's an episode you WanNa Watch is the one with woody he's. Drinking. Tequila and going off the camera and tell us some great stories about Michael Jordan. We talked about drew lock with them, and he's been covering Denver for thirty years and just being around the team. He's like he's got it factor. And I believe what he there you know. He eats his off. The Judy GonNa Denver before. The draft even happened in Denver. You know they're telling you what they're doing. They are invested in drew lock. They establish so many offensive weapons around him. You Know Sutton's back. They bring in Melvin Gordon. Jerry Judy gets drafted. Hamblur, it's a very talented offense, so I have high hopes about a young quarterback drew lock this year for Dynasty. When it comes to drew lock. You know it's a different. It's a different thing that John always doing like he is tried ever since losing peyton manning to retirement he's tried to. band-aid the quarterback position bringing in case keenum a bringing Joe Flacco to be fair. He did rap Paxton Lynch. It was a horrific bus, but he did try to get that quarterback of the future but this year we did the right thing. Do I know the drew lock is good. No, he was the second round. Pick for a reason and I mean that both on the positive and the negative. There's a reason drew lock wasn't a first round pick in the NFL draft, but there's also a reason. He wasn't a fifth round pick in the NFL draft and I think he showed more of those positive traits, but we got this five. Five Games it was a small sample. He didn't drop back to throw all that many times, but we saw a lot of positives and I. Think John Elway made the right call surrounding with talent..

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"judy gonna" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Colin was right. The SEC is college football. Can we stop arguing fifteen first round pick sixty three total lsu add more players drafted in the first round, the entire pack twelve. In twenty twenty let me describe what college football is to you the SEC Clemson and Ohio state. Oklahoma close. I don't know why we argue this. If you take Oklahoma out of the big twelve, it's not even the same conference. If you take Ohio state out of the big ten, it's they didn't even look like the same conference. You can even take Alabama last year. Out of the SEC. They still win the National Championship. Where Colin was wrong Henry Rugs. Was the first wide receiver taken so I love Jerry Judy. He wasn't even the first Alabama. Wide Receiver taken. I think Henry. Rugs has some bus potential. He doesn't like physical play. Judy getting double teamed He. He had a lot of single coverage. What's his route tree? He's burner and I get why people like him but I never thought Jerry Judy would go behind Henry rugs because I think. Jerry Judy's GONNA walk into the NFL for Denver and just crushing I think he's a rare once every couple of your wide receiver town. I was surprised by that where Colin was right Jameis Winston. Got Picked up before Cam Newton Listen Winston as his issues, but he's a baby was like twenty six twenty seven years old kid and he's healthy. I don't I. Don't think I'd build my team around Jameis. Winston Churchill proclamation was always. Oh, he's GonNa. Get picked up before. Cam Newton Cam Newton Star but nobody wants to have a star backup Jameis Winston is a productive mistake, prone quarterback, but he's not a star. You can bring Jameis Winston in for two years. Then he franchise in the NFL. Not to get away, it's going to work hard. He's healthy, too. Big Kitty is actually very productive there. I've seen Jameis Winston do things and he appears willing to be coached. He doesn't appear to be terribly distracted, but as we predicted, he would get picked up on that market before Cam Newton. My staff brought me and see. We don't have food service. Joy. I got a big my staff. Run A big sandwiches. Oh No me and sandwiches! and. Jelly Sandwich and I have a homemade facemasks think a.

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"judy gonna" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

Blitz Sports World Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on Blitz Sports World Podcast

"So where do you bring Jefferson? Is he better than lamb is better than brought? Dame Judi liked Outta. Don't score you. Can Justice do again? I'm telling you might be buying but I I'd be happy with what I see now. All these in the Air Jessen when the fall the Jefferson baugh yards. He's going to attack. You know what I'm saying. He attacks diplomacy to attack before. That is true that is Jefferson attacks. I've seen I've seen in just two games. You know what I'm saying I've seen I've seen it. You've you've seen him take advantage of active. Which should should talk Jefferson separate everybody else because of the numbers that they put up along with Barbara and no big played against Alabama. They played against corruption. They wind up being these things. Cleansing game slowly but surely we started pulling away from the heat. Just think back to Danes and I'll tell them everything that's true. I mean. Listen I mean I personally think. Judy is the best of the bunch others love of how smooth years? I love the size. I think he got the. I think I've been to me. Judy is a cross between Joan. Who Jones in a market Amari Cooper? He's like a five star kid who's always been really good so I mean if I had to pick between in your duty I just don't think Judy's GonNa fall as he's not getting past twelve eighteen. I just don't see how these getting past. No speed always rises in the draft. So I think is hard now. The is that the eagles of high use land. I've moved the solitaire. My problem with land is the these lamb did in college the way that he was running through guys with Ghabra have they hear them worldwide through him. I just don't see Lampien like that. At this level melt I know some distort the I know is like five or six for about a pound and I know some being strong might be live. Might be that got this kid break all one in through guys the which did not win through God in Big Twelve. Those guys talk so many feel. I just don't see him on. Nfl through this year twelve. Us member is dead at for best of chill now for next. Well I really.

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"judy gonna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"D. I. C. all right guys it's that time what we already played it once this week with a special the card one social distancing is over I would be listening to your life there we go the second all right can I can't I can't I will find you and I will book you in so if you like this take that I give you here you're going to book it everything can be great if you don't you won't move on damn you ready to play I'm ready all right dad at least one team in the top five will trade back tonight you know books since nineteen ninety there have been nine quarterbacks drafted a top five by teams that traded up to make the payment I am I'm going I know there were six trades in the first round last year but but I am going to book this I do think I know teams want to go back but the issue is getting a team to come out tonight and I know I've been kind of pulling that but just for the fun of it I will book that say it's going to happen I'm in a book and also I mean it there's too many enticing opportunities for three and four the movement spots for the lions and the giants expectedly so yeah public yeah I think I'm also going to book this one I think the quarterback conversations respond to up in the air for someone not to get antsy and reach I think that's what tends to happen with teams and that position in particular J. as in Jerry Judy's gonna be the first white out off the board you book it man do you want the odds be current odds from Caesars have CD lamb is the favorite plus one oh five jury duty not far behind.

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"judy gonna" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A little Jack as our numbers are but wow right the draft is full busts there's a if you look at the numbers most guys bust so it's about finding what's the surest of sure things and to me those two guys are the surest usher thanks is Jerry Judy better than this guy sure but judge Judy's gonna need some slight there's some questions there are no questions about those two guys those two guys are going to the Pro Bowl okay now regret then hold on we'll be right you hold on before you lose your **** because that's where I thought crew really it was it may have been hate may have had wind during the tweet I mean it was it wasn't it wasn't good enough to drop those guys had ever everybody else so we double down but he goes neither will be dropped in the first round but both are all locks to become pro bowlers L. O. C. K. the man dropped the lock on this profile in forgery sounder we're gonna be working on well I can't do it and I can get a lot of sound we can we can we can't even we can't even say because walk to wait three or four years to find this out and if he's right it'll be incredible incredible poll well that's going to go day to inside these guys are you know that these guys are six round picks these are guys are second and third round picks sol second third round picks are locks to be pro bowlers no now what but I will say this I did pick to the easiest positions to transition right there if you your great running back and you get all the measurables you you're great running back there are too many guys were great running backs in the house and then have the measurables and then show up and they're not and same with backers right now and you tweeted that the drug test you next day I guarantee you there's there's there's NFL personnel people that would agree with that I didn't agree that their locks yeah I I think there's a lot of people that are really convicted on those two gas me personal appellee you know another kind of relative no names and that's kind of what I said it but you know you know I know you like Liverpool have a list of these fifteen undrafted free he wants the United side also it also rolls this year see I'll say this the the the Akeem Davis Gaither guy reminds me so much of Derrick Brooks I mean it's unbelievable you see Derrick Brooks at four state was incredibly fast instinctive you what you know but I mean just floated the ball but he's not to twenty five and people I got was he too small he went late one I think maybe I'm not sure exactly wasn't in the top ten yeah and look what it was and that's what this guy is this guy this guy hits you stripe on a stripe and takes you to the ground now he's a little small he's gonna get in golf in the run game sometimes but as far as where the NFL's going in the sub packages speed rules the day this is your cutting edge outside backer he's right there with Quan with warnings of stack backer who's gonna make fifteen tackles a game and play for ten years in the league so if you were in the if you're in the draft room and both him and Derek brown were available you tell John Lynch do trade back you go was Kathy this gave no you know what I'm not saying take him first overall that's not what I said but I mean I I I thought you said their two favorite there's some there's some but believe me there's bus factor I mean you could go right down the list and there's a reason that a lot of these guys are gonna bust there's no reason those two guys are going to bust those guys wouldn't be terrific with vintage were you drinking last night hello normally I do like a little red wine on the dog walk but no no read one last night kind of red wine on the walk lastly rate put it in the paper cups I got a third.

"judy gonna" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Great weekend thanks for checking in we appreciate it three one two thank you well certainly do under it eight four seven says Ralph Lauren last year I think said never wash your jeans he said you could freeze them if you wanted to clean them I know the genes are not supposed to be washed very often you're supposed to re wear your jeans that's okay with up certain certain pieces of clothing listen I would never advocate wearing your underwear multiple times but I think a sweatshirt which is now under layer genes which are generally not sweating in I mean if you ever sweat and something that I think it should be rewatched but James you're supposed to like wash once or twice a year I have a question for you I have an answer for you do you wear the same like you're outside close into like into your bed like if you lay down and you feel like working from home I'm giving you scenario right now you're working from home working from home you're tired and you just want to take a nap at three thirty in the afternoon kids are busy do you go put on different clothes if you've been outside or wherever to notice is the interesting question so if it's in the afternoon and I'm just kind of laying on top of the bed then I would not change my clothes what if you're under one blanket any of three plan we have a comfort around with the comforter on the bed I don't crawl underneath the comforter in my daytime close at like when I take my little nap before our show tonight I changed the pajamas I get about hi tech shown again so no in general like a land top of the bed in my clothes but I wouldn't climb under the covers and my actual clothes I did the same thing my roommates are like fussy about it too they have like three close for like each process of it and where they're at in their bed interesting yeah ma'am I don't know I don't I don't well I I've never over thought that very much like the cleanliness of of things like that I feel like we're generally cleanly we take off our shoes or become a Niles and others big battles about lot of people writing on the internet about keeping shoes on keeping shoes off and things like that the house we've ever since I've been married it's always been a shoes off house now my house growing up my mom had a keeper shoes on we did keep our shoes on in general in the house when you get home you take shoes off right away to keep shoes on yes I take my shoes off and my apartment mostly just because like for some of my roommates is like a cultural thing like for them like out of respect but then I just do it because like that's always been like my habit growing up to like and I'm over at a friend's house to kind of just determines but I've always liked taking my shoes off I also like to mop the floors like once or twice a week so it might take your shoes off somebody texted middle outside stuff in the bedroom No shoes in the house DNS is outside daytime clothes are banned from the bad night were only her friend Margaret Osborne wrote him at listening laughing because I vividly recall those gross cloth towels on a track that would advance to go round and round I'm sure somewhere in the corner of this world it still exists good to hear from you Margaret yeah do you do you have you ever seen that to us so you're in a bathroom and you know when you seen where there's paper tell the kind of grab both ends and pull down and it separates and just paper towel but there are machines like that that actually had cloth towel that you had to pull a little bit down and then you get a fresh little swap of the cloth towel dry your hands on and then it would go around in a loop and go back up in the machine now I don't know if once the freshness all went out those are changer if that just went round and round and some sort of loop forever and you just said disgusting tell I don't know how it actually worked but when I think about it now it just kind of freaks me out never seen that happen I have I know what you're talking about I haven't seen one in a very long time but I'm familiar with it I use I go through paper towels like crazy like nobody's business I know and I feel bad about doing that but now in this time it's like all the rules are off we're gonna we're gonna kill all the trees and use all the paper towels and hand sanitizer till the bacteria grow ten feet and legs and can kill us all but we're gonna get through this part of it eight one five says Matt just so you know so somebody sent me a YouTube link and then Joe Wright's matches so you know the first forty five seconds of this video will show you and tell you that it does not recycle the same tell over and over it's like a hundred foot long talented stops when it gets to the end thank you Joe I still think it's gross thank you for that thing and I can't imagine that that is use very much anymore anywhere really I I've got to think that that that that thing is pretty much out of business Judy's gonna jump on the phone here just a second we'll take a quick break your calls two three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred map about with you seven twenty WGN recently you saw.

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"judy gonna" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"These finish these wars here's mark okay maybe two categories you pick what you want to do your money matters or be tied me up okay a little bit of me time what do you do during the draft all right here with the family I charted but I think one of them this year I'll be able to and hi my Turkey draft but then from there to answer questions and then take part in the assault on the calibration afterwards how do you decide which player at which players family gets your time that day well you know we just sort of what the cost I was very young very use Chris cabin and he felt like he wanted to go to jury duty and so I'm going to do to and at work fort Lauderdale's words your your deal on test from you soon where so I do touch Wilson okay there there's all right have you ever watched a Super Bowl like the rest of us deal with you know guac and chips and and and and and and things like that in front of us or is it always something different for you you know the truth of the matter is that if I don't have a player in the game man usually what I do is I try my simple party on Saturday go to a party Saturday night and then get out of Dodge early on Sunday morning and get back in time to watch it I don't do it at a party because I'm much more focused on that now but yes it did happen this year we have Patrick Mahomes in the Superbowl so I was there but if we don't have a player in the game then I'm ma'am loosing our at the end of my Superbowl party I'm so exhausted you know all right you don't need to remind us by the way that that that you have Patrick Mahomes at the super ball were in the bay area here were well aware well you know I love you I know you do both all right last one during this time of a pandemic what activity in the state at all border is getting you through and watching shows on Netflix hi what's this crazy show called hydrogen very large yeah I'm English translator at our time getting there and now I'm watching the making of a murderer and but I've been getting out and trying to do my ten thousand steps on if there were death and working with a trainer outside I'm not making a murderer was fascinating I watch that sometime ago tiger K. I just I I have a hard time diving yet I feel like I've already seen it so many people are talking about it would you recommend it yes or no it's very bizarre and the no we're not like sometimes when I watch reality TV with the kind of show where my daughter will come to me and she'll say that you can never hear that our back again R. I'm gonna take that as a no but but I I I I hear you on all fronts Louise great to catch up thanks for doing that my pleasure all right there is least time Burke joining us Jerry Judy's agent is there the possibility that Barack Marat today at least on burger gonna be having a conversation here in a few weeks who knows he when he did I mean that's his agent there is there what do you think Judy's gonna go go ten eleven twelve thirteen that's the raiders and the forty Niners who are are sitting there so pretty interesting there okay coming up next hour A. B. G. Dalton Johnson will also set the table for choose your fate at eight and the voting for that is already under way and taking shape I want to get into Alden Smith coming up next as he absolutely started to to break down a little bit of the journey he's been on before coming back to the league recently signed by the Dallas Cowboys so that's coming up next on the sports later accident.

"judy gonna" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Keeping you informed keeping you company and we're all gonna get through this together and it's going to be alright Chris Boden Jo brand they're going to join us from WGN sports just to catch up on what's going on with the NHL during this epidemic and so there you go now that we got tax coming in we were talking about a very bad Chicago media gaffes and we were talking a little Jerry Springer and Steve Wilkos and and of course the Max headroom break in if you want says that Jerry has a new show he's a judge now oh that's right he's got one of those judge shows yeah apparently he's Linda called and said he's on the CW he's on your CW channel yeah and it's from forty five okay see it now you should show I know I work for me do you think anybody gets tackled I don't know you know judge Judy's gonna go is is retiring honestly I'm blown away by that yeah I figured that she was glued to the chair and it well at home at night do you know how much money she makes of course she makes millions of dollars a year for for for doing judge did my parents watching every day same thing with my grandmother she loves the maquis sheet but my parents love judge Judy seven seven nine says I remember seeing that hack on the W. T. T. W. you know watching doctor who Nelson Max headroom pops up six three oh says you have any memory of listening to Jean shepherd now I do not I mean I know his work and I watch a Christmas story every year two two four seven I was drifting off to sleep not anymore because we played to Max headroom audio you know put a little spring in your step which is a little freaky okay more media gaffes I'm in eighteen seventy five the Chicago Tribune ran a story on execution by hanging with the headline jerked to Jesus the whole point well editor Horatio Seymour reportedly got a raise for writing the headline but later expressed regret and shame because it's terrible I'm how about this one in eighteen seventy seven the Chicago Tribune seem to wholeheartedly endorse a reader suggested to poison the homeless were known as tramps the trip wrote quote the simplest plan probably where one is not a member of the Humane Society is to put a little strychnine or arsenic in the meat and other supplies furnished to the tramp this produces death within a comparatively short period of time is a warning to other tramps to keep out of our neighborhood it puts the corner in good humor and saves one's chickens and other portable property from constant depredation what that's insane okay I remember this the infamous disco demolition it whites at Sox park wasn't the most ridiculous thought that Steve doll ever pulled in nineteen eighty nine doll gave his W. L. U. P. FM listeners a play by play of his own vasectomy he did and I hear and I listened he later explained I felt that if the procedure were done on the radio that number one it would probably decrease the odds of it going badly and number two if it did go badly at least I'd get something out of it I watched him on him and Gary Meyer on like a clip of them from Phil Donahue once yeah where they were just like you have to defend rock and roll because they were like it's you know it's evil music this then the next thing and both incredibly eloquent guys when put to the yeah I'm stone yeah it's the it's a great he's a great broadcaster so is Gary you know I was I I have to tell you I was upset I listen to I listen to Steve doll religiously I was part of the insane coho lips I was at disco demolition I love Steve doll and and Stephen Garrett love them how about this not all gaps are ancient history in two thousand eighteen WLS channel seven reported on the Olympics at the pyeonchang South Korea while showing a graphic that read PF Changs it two years later reporting look one McDonald's shooting the same station broadcast an image of McDonald's golden arches you're kidding me a year earlier WGN channel nine illustrated a young could pour report with the star of David symbol in the style used by **** along with the German word Jude in all cases stations apologized I wonder if one covering twenty sixteen the Olympics in Rio's Rio do Jornal yeah yeah with the end of the frozen pizza Wiley says Nick the Chicago Tribune headline of Dewey defeats Truman has to be the top of us Chicago media mistake I think it was nineteen forty eight presidential election insulates the legendary I mean it was one of my favorite pictures.

Chris Boden
"judy gonna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We got to make sure that we not only cracked the back of the reality here but as we begin to open things up again we don't inadvertently put gasoline back on the fire can you get back to our communities of faith regardless of your faith we need you to remember that we are all in this together and that we must find ways to stay at home we mandate stay at home and and exercise your faith practitioners faith social distance even from your fellow family members but at home so I thank you for that during a number of different other points which I'll make as quickly as I can before I turn things over to Judy but we've had a number of conversations at the most senior levels of the administration literally this morning I had a a good conversation with vice president Mike pence across a whole range of critical asks on our behalf you will be surprised ventilators was at the top of that conversation as it is in almost every conversation we have we have an outstanding remaining ask of sixteen hundred and fifty from the feds we spoke about in these conversations also with Jared Kushner with Abdel Jr while we spoke about FEMA activities in the state we spoke about PP as I mentioned ventilators I read expressed to the vice president how extraordinarily important it is that the treasury department be as flexible as they can be as flexible as possible when they take the money from the cares act that was signed last week and apply it to states we're in a world of hurt not only are expenses exploding our revenues have fallen off the table and that's in addition to what you all are going through as individuals whether it's filing for unemployment or small businesses nonprofits we hear from the arts community were all in a world of hurt I want to make sure that the vice president heard yet again that the more flexibility we applied to that the better off we'll be again the themes again repeated with Jared as a relates the ventilators and pee pee in particular we we also went back and forth to make sure we have the flexibility we needed for those field medical stations field hospitals as I call them that are beginning to populate themselves Judy can give an update on Secaucus so a whole range of conversations about long term care facilities or something Judy's gonna hit and that's been a topic of other conversations that I know we've been having is the team I was on with the Senate president last night again this morning on some particular concerns that he had I just got off the phone as I was coming here with John Dolan who heads the association John reminds me that there are we talk about three hundred seventy five long Kerr longterm care facilities is another but two hundred thirty assisted living property so this really over six hundred in the broader community and I reiterated not only our thanks for their help but also a couple of these Judy's gonna go over the fact that we need all of the workers at these facilities who inadvertently may be bringing in the virus to be to be fully massed in their work as we have is Judy as a as articulated already that if there's any positive testing in in a in a facility it is the obligation mandated obligation of the operators of the facility to let next of kin no but that's happened Judy and I know you've stressed that so I'll give you some sense of some of the conversations I was on with president Clinton this morning talking about supply chain just getting his advice and just brainstorming about other ways we may be able to get get at shortages that we continue to have again we continue to be short ventilators PP beds health care workers which I know Judy will talk about our heroes at the front lines we're trying everything we can to stay out ahead of all the above but it you know it is not I don't have to say this when you lose two hundred people not necessarily overnight I say that Judy but this is a another day with that two hundred include say a lot of folks who did pass yesterday and this morning but also folks that Cuba we have passed recently so god rest their souls we're doing everything we can to keep the amount of folks of lives we will we lose as low as possible and separately and to keep the number of folks who get this virus as low as possible as cases continue to surge as we expect them to do we are adding hospital capacity as I mentioned as quickly as we can under Judy's leadership under Pat's leadership and alongside the U. S. army corps of engineers were working with all of our hospitals to rapidly and significantly increase bed capacity we are building out new wings and bringing vacated buildings back on line and we're building out our field medical stations as I mentioned a minute ago and expect to have our second location in Edison ready I believe early next week right fourteenth okay we're also working to expand capacity by utilizing hotels and dormitories particularly those located in hot spot areas or in close proximity to hospitals which are nearing capacity this is an enormous effort to bring thousands of new beds online which also requires us to plan for medical and administrative staffing providing wrap around services and meeting as I mentioned our equipment and supply needs at every level this is a data driven Moneyball process we know we're we expect our numbers to go in the coming weeks and we have to do the difficult things to prepare for that I will speak of sort of preview this already the past couple of days I and we will speak to this in more detail on Monday switching gears again earlier this week federal authorities broke up a significant PP hoarding situation in Brooklyn and seized hundreds of thousands of pieces of P. P. precisely the equipment that is in short supply yesterday we learned from the FBI the U. S. attorney's office that New Jersey will be one of the beneficiaries of the distribution of those hoarded supplies will be receiving more than seventy thousand N. ninety five masks as you can see and five thousand gloves among other PP from miss seizure I'd like to thank especially U. S. attorney Craig Carpenito and Newark FBI special agent in charge Gregory for their efforts and seeing that our front line workers get this year and gives me an opportunity give a shout out to Jeremy forces with us the director of the department of homeland security preparedness good to have you share with us as always today colonel Callahan will be signing an administrative order giving municipalities or counties the ability to prohibit all rentals to transient guests or seasonal attendance for the duration of this emergency including at hotels and motels we have heard too many stories especially from our shore communities of people trying to relocate for the time being into their towns from impacted areas this is not how social distancing works no one should be leaving their primary residences and especially for the shore communities that do not have the infrastructure especially the health and first responder infrastructure in place particularly offseason to accommodate the influx of residents meanwhile we are still seeing individuals and members of our business community stepping up to help our entire family gets through this yesterday by example we were contacted by uber eats the food delivery service which is donating fourteen thousand meals totaling three hundred fifty thousand dollars to frontline workers have for hospital systems across the state we are incredibly grateful to them and of course we are incredibly grateful for the heroic workers who will be receiving these meals and of course we are still looking.

"judy gonna" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"judy gonna" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:51 min | 3 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"While back to inside the huddle so the question it before the break we are a live in orange theory fitness in Ann Arbor no ours the fitness in Brighton hanging out with our good friend brats who I mean how long is this gonna last like this this euphoria for you this this bills euphoria yeah I would still ask spot yesterday till Wednesday when I have to mentally start preparing for Saturday Night Football against New England on the road okay that'll be game planning doing all the stuff that you guys do normally yeah okay the White House lord I hope going on a plane I know nothing about it but yeah Hey I'll I'll pretend I do well we are here at the orange theory fitness and will her from my Kathy wanna trainers in just a few minutes but I said before the break so Jerry Judy the wide receiver for Alabama projected to be a first round pick I have CBSSports dot com top ten yeah he's he's predicted he's for to be the first at least in this particular mock draft and CBS sports number six overall casting which team alliance allies anyway he is one of eight Alabama players not including to a are projected to go in the first round is one of twelve Alabama players projected to go in the first three rounds and if jury duty sets the price it out here and these guys judge Rick wills junior office of line are projected to go number nine overall you have trevan digs quarterback project ago fourteenth overall Henry rugs the third wide receiver project to go sixteen than it guides who's the next one here Alix leatherwood offense of linemen number twenty two Terrell Louis edge defensive and project to go number twenty three you have come more deal Moses linebacker he's out with ease and I've been busy okay and exit McKinney cornerback project to go thirty two to the forty Niners so say seven of those guys decide to suit up in the game instead of sitting out does Michigan can Michigan beat Alabama essentially at what a quiz to full strength from their last two games clear whether losing their they don't have to all but they have mac Jones who played in play the last two games for them nope it's just that simple I don't think so I mean that we talked about we live by brought up a couple of times on this is I think Mike you actually shot this dollar not shot it down but you just don't put as much stock into it is maybe I do I mean this there's nobody on that roster and a lot of the coaches on that staff who have ever prepared for a game that doesn't have national title implications than in the postseason like this first time Alabama has them in the playoffs since that existed so like what you know how what are they getting up for me right now we're talking during the during the break like Judy came out and said he's gonna play like why really I mean why would you use a projected top five or top ten pick he just loves football wants to put another one was brothers I hear that from the guys when they but like I don't know I mean I like to explain I I like that I mean this is just something that is going to become a trend in the last few years with with top top name guys sitting out the bowl game but yeah I just I wonder how much they're going to be motivated intrinsically I mean the again they are Alabama they're very proud program they save it doesn't put up with that I wouldn't think but it's a different scenario that they haven't been in before so I I just wonder how much that comes in but I mean on paper and talent wise I would like they're still Alabama well I know they lost twice this year but they still have more talent than just about anybody in the country yeah this issue because I mean his comment he new posts on Twitter is I'm playing the game there's wrote no reason not to with you know three or four exclamation points in a row and I do like eighteen million reasons not to actually yeah but I mean the fact that he's saying Natalie CC sending the the president first email causing like Hey we don't why would anybody sit out this game was get one more game and play in it I mean especially a lot of the guys that I mention I mean jury Judy's gonna play makes a lot more sense for the skill guys to sit out right but it does for the offense of linemen judge Rick wills Alex leather wood I mean if we heard really like a big time offense of linemen sit out one of these games friend running backs to Monday July thirty first I know the average fully from his injury I don't I don't know is injured yeah he is not what I would call big time either didn't get drafted out so play the other side though Jaylen Smith no art where I am right in it under check but I I don't right but I would say for someone like Judy I mean that's a top five pick if he makes a business decision which he should I mean is it out that this is this is a big decision if he gets hurt he's leaving a lot of money on the pay my I've always been like I've always said I don't like the sitting out thing because I just don't think like I mean I guess but I guess it's the fact that if you play another game and that's how many more snaps you could get her **** like you could have just about would set up the whole year that I mean like I sold that's fair I have a little bit of that in the world like no you you signed up to play this the last game of your career you you you've gone through the whole season like you can get hurt you can get hurt in any practice or any other game throughout the course of the year like I don't really know if your odds are much higher by just playing one more game but this game means nothing I know I get I get that and I'm not in the situation where you come from whatever you come from right out everybody had a luxury like Jordan Glasgow has said before you know the I mean different different topic with the whole name is like this and stuff but he's like I don't I come money dude I don't care and that's not that's everybody's not that way well I'd be curious and and maybe we can talk to a you know sports physician or some like that the only thing about this game I wonder if there's a higher rate because you get yourself out of season and then you've got to get yourself back in the season and they while they're working out I thought the whole time they're not going to football after a loss for three or four weeks and then most these teams I think they have about ten days to practice before their bowl game and so that you're trying to get back into it how you doing football moves and so there might be a slightly higher risk that's but I guess that's fair but I I guess just big picture like its football man like you they know the and the risks that are there but I but I I mean it's just as easily go with breast point like there's there's literally for a guy like Judy there is a zero to gain yeah nothing to gain and I'm and I'm with you on like Hey the guy might love football and he doesn't want to set a we're precedent for the rest of his teammates are people that are going to be coming in Alabama program like that I'm sure save it has a lot to think about it a lot in place in in regards to this but I think it's really challenging for somebody of that nature to go in and and playing this game I I just I I personally don't know.

Ann Arbor Brighton
"judy gonna" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's the story of how absolutely lost they are the levels of deep seated troubles and problems with him the party also I should be perfectly clear proves that I might be wrong about something there may actually be moderate Democrats there may be those who take a look at what's happened like that's that's a bridge too far but they're not talking about policy they're talking about speed and that's where I come to a level of differentiation but I have to start accepting the fact that there may very well be some moderate Democrats running for president no matter what they say that **** and they're looking at what's happening and saying I don't know I don't I don't want Bernie I don't wanna lose of what what what stop make it stop make it stop but if you've got a side over here this media apparatchiks yelling and screaming about trump twenty four seven three sixty five evil horrible hates women hates gays Hayes what playbill hates Jews that states that well then what I got to get rid of him because he's the worst thing in the world you see how that's all planned out this judge Judy endorsement of a guy not even running for president bigger than we understand Tony Katz great to be with you Tony caps today eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine let me set the stage with this because I'm I'm in New York right now I was on fox and friends this morning and it was I was on I was on the couch was me in the nose it was at Henry so handsome fellow right and then Ainsley Earhart is she is not not a handsome fellow and and I will say this and I would say that she was sitting next to me in person be able my god my god and then Brian Brian Kilmeade Brian Kilmeade was was was right there trash I mention that is handsome with such as either a handsome young man not Brian Kilmeade and and so it was a conversation about this right that's one reason I'm in New York doing a bunch of things with with fox's this week over the next few days and and we think we're gonna talk about impeachment and then this this judge Judy thing happens the television judge judge Judy Sheindlin comes out with an op ed in USA today endorsing Mike Bloomberg the three time three term mayor of New York for president of the United States what do you think about that well this should be very interesting so let me start with this my appearance of this morning on fox and friends what we talked about this today the verdict is in judge Judy is making her twenty twenty pick and that person guess what not even in the rations yeah anyway that's right in a USA today op ed the celebrity judge endorses Michael Bloomberg for president claiming his no nonsense approach can help us heal and calls out the current field for moving too far to the left radio talk show host Tony catcher descent react to judge by number one in syndication for years right he's a powerhouse does this mean anything Tony means everything it means that you've got twenty candidates running for president however many there still are and no one can coalesce around them no one can actually like them and the people on the outside looking in saying we can do better so is Tom Stoddard got in this race Tom starter billion plus dollars any these candidates and this in initially but he said this feel this week I'm getting in judge Judy gonna Mike Bloomberg tells Tom harassing people judge Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders viewing necessary do you think he'll get in and do you think Hillary again okay so that illustrates another part of the story they're looking for more more people on the outside to.

"judy gonna" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:29 min | 3 years ago

"judy gonna" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Can you catch when you hold them to the plate Michael you're on the Michael berry should go ahead Michael yes what we do in in my own there you are what thank you I just I just want to say he is a matter of fact everything you've said up to this point read a relatively made my call re done it and I don't really need to say anything because everything you said has covered everything I wanted to say but I just want to say he thanks for everything you do in and prior to that I was going to say that I think everybody's in a tizzy about having to worry about yes that the other day about the impeachment investigation and it's I am seventy one years old and when I was in the in junior high I okay we had to take a course in civics and that's where this all is coming through when we learned about the constitution and you haven't no no they get it back it's not an impeachment until the whole war waged on it and then all of the constitutional checks and balances come into play and I don't know why everybody so upset about well not actually I do because like I said they're trying to muddy the waters but plain stupid games and just you know they they're just kind of trying to make an issue out of stuff that has no meaning at all because there I don't think they have anything and they know they don't have anything in there they're not gonna bring it to a vote and it's it's gonna it's gonna fall by the wayside the other one thing ice I also want to just just in passing how are you yeah I love the way you illustrated the fact it when people say well this celebrity or that celebrity said this that any other tell you something politics is personal in in my advice to a celebrity the disagrees with me he showed up the nectar showed up in St or should have been do whatever whatever talent you have because I enjoy your town but it's okay we we disagree and people need to understand that it didn't mean they have hate somebody takes is is personal it's something that each and everyone that's what I did and the reason it is is because each one of those each one of us gets one vote I get about once in the celebrity gets to vote once now granted they have a podium and there's a whole Lotta dumb **** out there that will go well maybe I should go to bed because Hey there is celebrity but anyway that's that's All I Want to say thank you Michael there was a headline today I used to go to the drudge report to see what various media outlets were saying about a particular topic and more important what they were saying is what topic they were covered the drudge report is an aggregator so they review a lot of sites in and kinda still that now the drudge report somewhere along the way lost their way at least as far as their way was before they're free to do whatever they want to do but but now they've they've kind of devolved into being the web version of the national Enquirer and it's just anything to keep people in a historical tizzy at all times their top story today's first time I've used it in a while I was a little surprised top story was a picture of judge Judy and it said judge Judy to endorse Michael Bloomberg for president and I thought the over three hundred million people in this country and if you take the kids out of it because they don't matter anyway then you ask real adults what's important in your life number one and number two what's important in the life of the country I dare say not many of them would come up with well my life is kind of on hold wondering what judge Judy's gonna do in the presidential election because that'll make a difference to me well you're in luck Sir it turns out judge Judy announced her endorsement today and she's going to endorse Michael Bloomberg hello okay who's Michael Bloomberg he's the former mayor of the city of New York okay is he running well let's just say he is does it matter judge Judy has endorsed him okay well nice chat Mr survey taker I gotta get my kids to this place at this time and I got to get this done in this done in this done in this town I've got a lot going on in a lot of people depend on me at work at home in my community at my church so whatever Judy Judy a Joe it what whoever that person is whoever they've endorsed fun but for the people who are trying to create this whole alternate world what was it Janet was SimCity what was the deal with for a while there was that whole program and people would live an alternate life inside this program I used to think to myself you know that's very telling because if you don't enjoy the life you're leading then you create another one that somehow better Henry David Thoreau who had retreated to the woods for a while said the mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation what is called resignation is confirmed desperation from the desperate city you go into the desperate country and have to console yourself with the bravery of minks and muskrats a stereo typed but unconscious despair is concealed even under what are called the games and amusements of mankind there is no play in them for this comes after work but it is a characteristic of wisdom not to do desperate things there are twenty people on the Democrat side and thousands of people calling themselves journalist who are engaged in desperate things desperate acts in hopes that even if you despise them even if you don't trust them even if they have trouble sleeping at night because of.