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"june smith" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:02 min | 7 months ago

"june smith" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. . Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. . Shea was born on October twenty, , three, , nineteen, , seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. . Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. . She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. . Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. . Now, , the L. Said Woods village, , which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. . Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. . It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, , the Edwards and the smiths. . Siblings cousins, , and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. . Nine. . Lisa was born on November twenty, , nine, , Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, , and dougie shillings worth. . On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. . Nat King. Cole's . Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. . This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. . They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. . Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. . The close knit family spent their evenings together, , dancing and singing. . But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, , a heart attack and Pasta way. . Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. . . They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. . Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. . Minor roles. So . babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. . When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. . Cindy. . who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. . The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, , but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. . Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, , which was a remote ap Bac town, , they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. . River. . On Saturday December five, , nine, , hundred, , ninety, , seven, , Cindy. . Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. . By the time evening fell. . The two of them had decided to go into town. . Burke was a small town with a population of just three, , thousand, , four, , hundred paypal. . It was originally home to the Nimba people, , but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. . Lock old indigenous people across. . Australia. . The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. . By the late nineteen, , th century, , their population had dwindled. . While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. . CADDO stations. .

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Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

Casefile True Crime

05:02 min | 7 months ago

Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. Shea was born on October twenty, three, nineteen, seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. Now, the L. Said Woods village, which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, the Edwards and the smiths. Siblings cousins, and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. Nine. Lisa was born on November twenty, nine, Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, and dougie shillings worth. On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. Nat King. Cole's Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. The close knit family spent their evenings together, dancing and singing. But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, a heart attack and Pasta way. Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. Minor roles. So babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. Cindy. who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, which was a remote ap Bac town, they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. River. On Saturday December five, nine, hundred, ninety, seven, Cindy. Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. By the time evening fell. The two of them had decided to go into town. Burke was a small town with a population of just three, thousand, four, hundred paypal. It was originally home to the Nimba people, but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. Lock old indigenous people across. Australia. The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. By the late nineteen, th century, their population had dwindled. While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. CADDO stations.

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"june smith" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

15:42 min | 1 year ago

"june smith" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"He stayed daily in these days. More than daily podcast. I'm Katie balls and under and Rephrase Nelson James received so it is coming to an end the first week back for. MP's as in parliament. Parliament is not sitting today but we all getting a sensor. One Assembly could soon be meeting to quite a long break James. What's happening happening in Northern Ireland's so late last night? June Smith Nolan Secretary and son Cove near the Irish. Deputy Prime Minister came out and said that they had a deal to get storm. Won't back up and running. We're GONNA Awesome Speaker to reconvene the assembly. And they think that there's now an agreement that would allow it Stormont to sit again which obviously very important considering the fact that this year of his new Honi Protocol for Northern Ireland and the Brexit deal needs to be implemented. Now this is not as always New Orleans. It's not simple. It's not certain at Stormont is going start. Sitting owning forced of a DP leader has kind of given it this deal a cautious support but Shin Fain have not get but I think one of the things worth noting is the British and Irish governments are now completely along in political interest in his point and getting stolen running. The Irish government near Bronco. Wants it because it would help him before his elections which are expected later this year the UK government no longer the whole into the House Commons also no doubt that the implementation of Brexit in Orland would be less politically fooled fooled if somebody's running but speaking people the UK government morning. There's more optimism than there was yesterday about getting the assembly up and running but no one is counting that chickens before have hatched. Yes it feels like many times over the past couple of years where seems so you might even. Yeah hasn't come to be. AH OF US miss striking. How more money on the table here goes ahead? So then we're told it's going to be hundreds of billions yet more pushed into Northern Ireland. I think they're saying that's what the calculations are the health education you need to give between seven hundred million and one billion extra pounds and it's funny that. Do you think would have squeezed the Tories for every possible last. Drop for. It's no there's more to be had and I remember when when you interviewed for prime from Easter James Prime Minister during leadership campaign. One of the first things he went to he was guest. Dorman back up and running. That was as always been. I think. Very high in his his personal priorities. James if Boris Johnson does succeed in doing this event. Just be Boris Johnson. He received some praise also be Julian Smith his as the non secretary of state and someone who has been talked up. Almost if we look at this reshuffle were expecting as nigger definite list. He did the various oppose. Full facing the sack. Now if this does go ahead and as we say it's still early days as room for this go wrong but say it works shoes. That makes it very difficult to still sack. Julian Smith if as you say if this whole cost of fs today things as we call if about breakfast anymore. We're GONNA if about something else if this happens. This will be a massive during Smith's hot and I think it will make say part of tension tension between not somewhere between Heaven Boston's between him and the number ten machine either buy a house. Smith is how genes myth has perceived his role as Northern Ireland texture. And they felt you know he's not being as convenient bullish on the government side of things as they feel things like Brexit as they would like him to be but if he can get up and running this will be a justification present Har- approach to the job it would be the only get is up and running because I have built trost crossed by behaving in the way he has. I think it would look very odd to find the yet. Storm won't back up and running as phrase at the end so when you oceans during the contest Casey. He did mention this about the party. It'd be ordered. The person who delivered on this personal priority for him was then shunted aside now elsewhere in the Wildt in many ways it seems things have come to a degree regards to relations between Iran. US and as a result of countries who have been brought into this but there is one ongoing story and that relates to a plane that crashed and this questions had happened. It was overran near the time of the missile attack attack. And at the time. People said that this there'd been a full with plane but now you have the Canadian government and the UK government saying that they have information and intelligence suggests that this is not actually the case. James can you tell us about that. Will vote with. The plane appears to be in that it was hit by radio. Miss Bill and this I think is kind of embarrassing for the Iranian regime because there has been a loss of life in that territory Lavar citizens and it appears that defective Iranian military technology is responsible for that but yeah it's anti anti missile anti-aircraft couldn't recognize a civilian and on as opposed to a a more hostile hostile vessel. That's our word. Don't be this. This is GONNA lead to any escalation in the conflict but I also think when Brazil Canadian governments core for the Iranians have full independent inquiry invite international observers. Vying GonNa happen either. I mean the Iranians regime were trying to cover up this embarrassment. I I don't think it is going to lead to a I think now. It seems that that what's happened. Is the the trump gambit which in my name menas any references particularly for strategically appears to have worked he has taken out salamone without voicing massive Iranian response esscalation. The interesting question is is the informal. A more deadly Iranian response to come in the coming months or has trump's going to madman in diplomacy actually worked and faith. There is a question here. There isn't that because they're rating government. Ed Denying that they have shot down a plane accident on purpose abyss. Clean this intelligence might come out into public view but ultimately this in massively and deaths many Canadians a number of Brits if if this is N. implicated with the Iranian government. Wouldn't that lead to some investigation because you've gone from situation where is not just an idea that would be a strike. Against America is civilians. It would certainly be relation even inside Iran. I mean this is a regime already reeling from for civil this nation of a general and there was a stampede at his funeral. Enroll that left six people dead. Then you have the fuel protests and the cost of living process to country which is whose economy collapsed by. I think ten percent last last year more this year. If it turns out that the mullah's M shot down a plane that would have killed many Iranians that were lots of more internal pressure. Sure on them now. We ought to remember that it was an attempt to accelerate internal discord against the mullah's emboldened the Americans they they. He went after Soleimani hoping that this would hit the regime as very weak moment and I actually think this is easily the biggest problem for the Iranians also their your claim the claim that the aircraft was turning round to coming back to the airports when it was hit. They say if it was turning around it couldn't possibly even hit by missiles strike and now that's of course quite true and the also say it was it was burning before it went down to the must've been fire. They're inviting officials from them blowing living in America from Canada from all over the world to come look at the site so their behaving as if they're quite confidence about the case it would be difficult to remove all all traces of a missile especially version. Specter's there so I think it's in the next few days. We should know a lot more objectively about this what we hear. From intelligence officials officials rather from the politicians telling us what intelligence officials say is that there is an Iranian reader system switched on that caught the aircraft and that they reckon this essay fifteen service to miss l.. took it out but his new more than that right now now. This was quite interesting because I had thought until a few days ago for the Iranians weren't going to the black box. Nobody would ever knew the truth now. It seems that they're inviting international spectrums out and we will know the truth. And if the truth emerges emerges that it was indeed as person and America's says for that will look more pressure on the now one of the stories to the over the weekend is is the fate of the Dutch. Sussex decided to change the role and step down senior royals. We spoke yesterday on the podcast about the political ramifications. This could have tons of difficulties for the government. Pretty Potala Him Secretary has been dropped to take on a road in trying to the various issues that arise. It's an financial but there's also security fraser in your tattoo graph corn. Today you said the Prince Harry on to the right thing in terms of the general direction action but they're clearly some issues the way it's been executed. Yeah I think let's talk. Prince Charles Right. He wants slimmed-down monarchy and he's been saying for some time and it makes sense. I think the monarchy is an absolutely vital modern institution. Eight is very because it makes sure that politicians don't don't get to be heads of state you don't want to trust these guys too much power. The monarchy stops them is also a unifying force. At the time. We're policies can divide a country to do that. You need impeccable behaviour as demonstrated by the Queen certainly by Prince William off by Prince Charles and not always by Prince Harry now. It is naive to expect that every member of the family will show the queen sense of duty self restraint in public service. Not Everybody's cut out for this and Harry certainly isn't. He's been telling us for years actually is that he doesn't like it as a Goldfish bowl. He talks about the throne as if it's a kind of electric chair more than something to aspire. Not so if he wants out it makes perfect sense from Prince. Charles point of view press jobs was saying look. This is too much to expect everybody to adhere to. So let's just have a slimmed down one. Okay now the model I think is Swedish one. It was actually Swedish crowns that took Prince Charles's words to heart so when he started coming out with slim down monarchy and the Swedish king thought yet is quite right. Lit slimmed on our list. So we did this. A couple of years ago and Prince Harry's counterpart is Princess Madeleine. She's about the same age as him like him. She was third in line to the throne growing up not so much now but the crown princess has family like him. She married a rich American and and she went over there to live and she lives in Florida. Now quite happily 'em her royal highness. Titles she is not expected to do much. She's still still part of the social calendar but she shows there's a modern warnke can let people go they can if you want to make life in America and you're sixth of from Lake Harry absolutely you can go. But here's the thing. You must do. Nothing to debase or cheapen the monarchy. Now you might think this Prince Harry will pretty soon be honest. Tony Tony Blair style gravy train. That he'll be doing favors for shakes regards demeaning monarchy like that but probably more works in that swell. The thing is I think there are lots more respectful ways to make your money right now if an is a big if they content themselves to the lifestyle of your average these Toronto millionaire rather than your average Manhattan billionaire now if they want a massive court of massive staff at twelve bedroom houses cetera. They're going to struggle to earn that kind of money. Honestly and we have to start hawking royal goods around now. They can't be allowed to do that. The guy's got thirty million quid. Harry I I mean if I if you Katie where some thirty million quid needs say. Look hard you'd be able to pretty much any country you want to fund by the. It's like there's no reason to believe he couldn't be independent on the amount of money which is basically inherited is a pretty good starting point so so I think Prince Charles is right to say to him Harry by all means go go with her blessing. Just don't be hocking rounds royal this royal that and trying to live with millionaires budget billionaires James just briefly on security costs which is issue here. And there's clearly other questions about uh-huh funded but one of the issues is oatmeal. And the taxpayer pays the security of the Duchess of Sussex if they do do as they are planning to have at least they are going to do and behead that Meghan markle's currently approved Split their time half the ESPN in the country. Like America or or Canada that does significantly raise the cost of security. Do you have any indication of where Pretty Patel going into this as a row is going to send didn't an intensive what the tax payers should be paying so connor is simpler than the US because the the Queen is head of state in Canada. Too and the monarchy's very uncontroversial in Canada and this again if about a new approach if they were prepared to do quite longer for all events in Canada I mean getting the Canadians to pick up the cost of our security. Warren Canada would not be particularly controversial. I one of the challenges here. I ah I mean the security is the obvious. The obvious can cost is a right to identify. I mean there's secondly there is a political problem which is they talked in their statements about the progressive future that they want to in how political on where you're going to be and how tricky is gonNA come for not I'm just the UK..

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"june smith" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"june smith" Discussed on WEEI

"This Wednesday that I said that and this kid is some kinda linebackers Smith the shore is and now sense of a long term deal at two sixty five million it's it's amazing that kind of money guaranteed north of thirty five mil like you said I just it's crazy it's crazy and he's a he's a tackling machine is a hell of a player is a ball hawk out there there's no doubt about it you know it is interesting to me at all psyched I was looking early this one was looking at the defense of stature on a stack I just played on the radio you know the thing is he's not even he meaning June Smith is not even a pop five of linebackers of most actors exactly it was fourteen hi this three way tie for fourth each way Edwards from for my bills and Williamson from the jets I mean east it's a three way tie okay fourteen and he's making sixty five million dollars now the player is I'm just saying this is the NFL now it's just crazy what is in the one thing about sweet though and he is a three down linebacker because of his ability to cover come out of the backfield in the speed that he does have these he is fast any gifts with a lot of credit because he was a wonderful player Notre Dame suffer that grotesque injury after Ohio state in the Fiesta Bowl had nerve damage in his knee would have been a top six draft choice at least at the very at the worst of top ten taking all the when he was coming out of them and he ends up falls to the second round the cowboys play the way see game which Aline Smith and he's able to re haven't come back because there was a time when many thought there I'm sure there were many town about you is that said Jaylen service will never be an impactful linebacker in the NFL and here is getting that deal so you feel good for Smith who's a good guy if you've seen him get interviewed well spoken individual and gets rewarded for really what was a long road back to be the player is right no doubt and it's also a message sent to to seek it out from from Jerry Jones you know it it it think about it and you know the other guys mark Cooper and doc Prescott but those guys doing that a grind in the training you know of where Z. Kelly it's not me months get Jaylen tells me it's been there and I know we have some sound from from from Jerry Jones yeah and I totally two next hearing is Jerry Jones after you know the talking point on the the first two days here our task the moose Monday Tuesday could catch with a piece of paper task yeah Jerry Jones joking around with reporters when asked for an update about seek saves eco than the news coming out that his agent and see who's down to cobble working now were bothered felt insulted disrespected by the comments by Jerry Jones here is Jones the cowboys' owner on joke around about C. have earned the right was a joke I burned so have you had any conversations with them at all no no let me be real clear about I've learned that right to Joe he doesn't sound that see if you have a southern drawl and you're a billionaire that comes off boss regular guys like if Mikey be said that Hey mo Severn to write the joke like you left I mean no disrespect what got out of the old weathered voice you got right and and and that that accent yeah but you're right about the weather boys right well what about Jason Witten come out supporting his order saying he thought it was a beautiful comment before I don't see that this yeah one goggle miss with a microphone I agree I mean if you're now if you're in the locker room you know this is what it is basically Karen said that in the lunch pail of of Jerry Jones and Stephen Jones.

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"june smith" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Even on the weekends. We're delivering the sports and entertainment you. Yeah. Yeah. This is the Joe Louis knock show. Randy, shannon. The UCF defensive coordinator talked about how difficult player skips bowl games. Then they're probably more likely to tank in the NFL, and what are the examples of that is Jalen Smith at the Dallas Cowboys who and I know Andrew get the award. And I get it because he's a quarterback and he came back to devote our voting comeback player of the year in the NFL ongoing. Jalen, the golden no the people. Remember, how devastating the injury was that he suffered in a meaningless bowl in which multiple ligaments were destroyed. He had verve damage at what point he couldn't walk like he had major issues. The fact that he was still drafted Dallas had just come off a bad season. Why would you spend that high of pick where there's other quality players out there on June Smith, and then you've seen how he's played this year to come all the way back from that. Knee-injury how well he's played is incredible. And and it's why I think he's the comeback story of the year in the NFL, Jake. Another example, Jake pot was a really really good tight end for Michigan. A lot of people thought he was going to be really good at the pro level. You had a lot of the characteristics of some of these great tight ends. And he had a lot of success tore up his knee in a bowl game. It didn't matter had he just sat out in played it smart, then we wouldn't have these issues. And I know the argument for while, you know, you could get injured at any time. I get it. If you know not going to benefit you at all. And it's about what's going to happen at the next level and how you.

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"june smith" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"As well as vox media Espy nation when always give a good shot to those guys for doing a great job. And also wanna shot off the other podcast of seven five o Ocho live of bruise on the voice podcasts at some other guys on blogging the boys staff does as well. Always guys doing fantastic work. Keep up the good work. Let's dive into we talked about we listed. The eagles injury port before we took our first break when it started with coal. That's a banged up list for the Philadelphia Eagles. A lot of starters on that list. I'm gonna say it's going to be easy to say. The Jason Peters is the biggest name on that list. So must say outside Jason Peters, which player from Cowboys perspective. Do you hope is inactive on Sunday? I just wanted to make a comment on the Kobe's situation said that you're both wrong because I think Lenihan is a g Lennon's a genius. He's all he's trying to do is not let Coby so you get a big paid any off season. He's thinking outside the box. He wants to keep him to minimum deal. So he's gonna cut in these non just kidding. But I do find that situation weird as far as the injury for. Yeah. Jason Peters is the big name. I think Michael Bennett a huge name on that list. Michael Bennett, obviously is a big time defensive linemen that can wreck how it can make things tough for this offense. Vine tided struggle with him. He can get e drill. Adak press guy in the previous game in spry stack was able to get up. So he is the God a keep an eye on his well, Jalen hill, his dealing with a foot injury. He's i'd. I don't think he's all that great. He can be attacked and everything, but he is an important player for them as far as methodic corner in defensive back injuries. He's a guy that they would want on the field. I would have to think too, especially when you add in Amari Cooper, and all this hopefully Kobe's he has a bigger. Oh this or whoever used to see the Cowboys spread the ball around in. He's the guy that would help them and Josh Adams. He's the guy. He's shorter shoulder injury. My bad in his guy this played well at times he did practice fully on Thursday Dombi something to watch. I wonder how shoulders gonna feel after June Smith in late and bitter rush to a few times. You know, what's good for shoulder pain? Right. What's that? I'm not going to say that on there. Hey, Don, Jordan Hicks, has kind of been a cowboy killer throughout his career in Philadelphia. He's been a DP with a calf injury..

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"june smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Southern California weather. Partly cloudy skies today chilly out there. Highs only in the mid to upper sixties mostly cloudy tonight overnight lows dipping down to the forties and fifties tomorrow, mostly cloudy and take note of this chance of rain tomorrow afternoon, as well could make some slick roads highs in the mid sixties that high surf advisory still in effect until ten pm this evening. We'll look further ahead exclusive five-day forecast in just a few minutes. That's at twelve forty five right now Fullerton. Sixty two degrees. Culver should he checks him at sixty three? Currently it is sixty one downtown Los Angeles at twelve thirty six Los Angeles city council, president herb Wesson says he may named former council member Greg Smith's to fill the seat being vacated by Samoan councilman Mitch Englander and glitter who represents district twelve stepping down at the end of the year. Smith would. Be a voting member until a special election is held likely in June Smith previously represented the district for two thousand three through twenty eleven and has said he will fill in. But he's not interested in the job on a full-time basis. Well, the four year upgrading terminal one at LAX it's now complete passengers can look forward to better shopping nauseating, maybe even more efficient travels through a security checkpoints before boarding their flights. After cutting the ribbon to open the new terminal one mayor Eric Garcetti said passengers incoming and outgoing will know the difference at once. Well, we hope it's faster to get in and out. But we hope people want to spend more time here because I didn't cut the ribbon eight the taco and the tacos that are here the hamburgers that are here. I mean, this is a place that now reflects the future goal duplicate southwest accomplishments at other airlines at LAX we already have just about finished United.

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"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

Tourist

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

"The train about Manchester. Enjoy your day. I injured my day. I loved my pie. I think that would be even better if we had had a chance to sit in a pub and eat it what I enjoyed the most was probably meeting with Martin and talking pies store as it is fascinating. And I said again just talking to anyone about what they love is. Always fascinating. I loved the women in Galloway's, and that they wanted to tell us all about their pike experiences, and that people show up first thing in the morning to get pies. And they were just delightful and the woman. But you could tell that's what she does. She cheerfully greets and says farewell to every person that buys a pie who was sensitively when they say about the job, they loved it. This is the thing. It's not just a job for them. This is like, you know, they're proud to be working there. They love their pies. It was sweet it was sweet as pie to see. I have. Sweet as pie sexual marching during their breakfast. And then Japan, the Chinese like, I feel fantastic. I've got a pi I'm ready to go. Yeah. They were just so lovely said this on toys podcast being nice, go such a long way. Look, this is why Alexa, north L. Take colder, weather and warmer. People any day of the week in my opinion by support. I mean women stood our marketplace having the the holy triangle of pie shops. There is because there was what was it three shots. And then Greg's. I love that. Martin was so passionate about his hatred for Greg's do every time we do. You too can come to weaken and get the full Pike's variance the trains, really cheap techno time. Great day out come eat some pies. Galloway's? Oh, he was also saying there's great pubs. That'll you could get a good pork pie soon. Go have pork pie. I would make a pi day out of it to be honest with you eat to do the trail. You do a pie crawl like in leads the Otley run. This would be the eat a pie out of every Galloway's. I dare someone to come into a Galloway's pub like a eat a pie at every Galloway Twenty-three in Wigan in the surrounding area. If you do it if anyone listening now saying, I'm Taqwa we need to set some ground rules and alcohol and record it continue to days, maybe or the same day. I think because I don't want someone to like have a heart attack. So I think we should do it over a couple of days. That'd be really to be Monday's pie. Van versus pie will be there to record in. Also, we'll have what is it? What what kind of tablets do use for indigestion here? What readies Rennie's will be there with Rennie's and support like wet funnels? Doing. Okay. He's got the pie sweats. All right. He's on by twelve brilliant combing together, I think it's fun. This is going to be like episode of gonna feel. I'm not gonna do it. Honestly. I'm like, I probably give it a go. We ate one pie. I was like a could eat another. I could eat another forget that way. Oh, what you eat something you get Mahomed gray. Yes right now. I was like is it would it be important to get a chicken pie? You've what you whistle. But then I'm like, no, you know, your calories Smith. I listen Jane Smith. Thank you so much read on tourist and spending afternoon with Victoria. Thank you so much for letting me eat pie today for that. Being my northern tourist experience. You've made a dream come true. I have been spied eat all the pie all of that Galloway's roll over Wigan and surrounding area..

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"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

Tourist

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

"Just just literally road. Yes. What's trying glove pie shop? So it's by Cree Galloway. Greg's. Hi mile. I feel pretty excited to get into these. Pas I'm not gonna lie feel the weight of the pies in the bag that I am carrying. I think it would Georgie of those mind because I got the deep Filc steak pie. Oh, ooh. Seen some benches. But if we were eating Greg's they'd be nowhere near us. These are Wigan pigeons. They know the difference. So I saw an event bouncing behind us Allison's to the right of my minds to the left may and we stop tearing the peg puts into these delicious pies. Okay. So let's try to figure out feel. That's the fatter one. I'm holding the microphone so you can hear the unwrapping of the pas. I really want to know what made Calloway's meet entire pie amazing for the next time that he have a pie looking for the right signs. So I ask the expert. Pastry? Pastry took the pace straight as well. Pushed. When you put fish very it holds together kind of mushed mints of potato good bit of pepper season. It's just a really solve rich filling to retain of k traditional typical way department Delaware, probably one of the biggest bay 'cause now agreed old. She's this Greg's though, which no because there's a handful of similar bay because lie this still left him with him ska, Delaware kind of issues you quintessential wicked pie. This is it. I'm no since the best when you've ever to put his fire of I'm I'm easing. easing Afo come face apart before too. Oh, you slide it I see your technique. Oh, you do the whole side. The pastries amazing. Oh, my peppery 'Mushie elegant spice all. Ooh, I got the deep build one. So I have a lot more meat in this one. Oh my God. Yeah. This doesn't even eat gravy, quite Rooney. It's saucy which I really appreciate I like a little saucy nece inside of my I don't like it when it's really dry. So this to me is gorgeous. I mean, this is my myspace. I mean, there's no he's not chunky potato. It was much potato waste on. If I cheat filling favorite spot to time with the just load in the meats, and it wouldn't be the best quality me. I'm sure this. But it's mainly mincemeat wherever the big chunks, and they would fill it with a lot of potato and then you'd have season season to it because he was cheap disguise taste of it, which I'm sure that's not the case. Now finished in Galloway. Show all of you because I've been eating it the traditional way with my hands. I haven't really used a fork this is the first time I picked up a pie and eating it. I would just like to say I finished my pie. I I did do the least talking because I was into pie. But that was gorgeous. That's my first Galloway's pie. I am not supported with that. Right. Highly on the pond the mind pie mayor. Yeah. Got Galloway probably want to talk to other issue talk. We can pie go away to come onto the market nothing. Greg's is not gonna monopoly. We're gonna can't believe they had the balls to open up Greg's right beside in the main heart here, they don't even sell pie. Same just given up. They're like, we're not even gonna do. You know, what's great? The rain is coming right now as we finished the pi it's like, well, let them eat the pies. There you go down. Let's do it. Now. Simone is actually an accountant Hughes. Come to town to me as dinner break off a so nice. Thank you so much. I appreciate spending right with those joy get out of here. Safe is the Loveliness of the north of the north. As my FIS off to get back to work. Main Alison sit in the train station without full ballets. And I'm a little ponder today's tourist's trip in Wigan. Listen with that back in we can train station.

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"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

Tourist

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

"Ps which kind of like pastry. Price portion presentation forget the rest. Brilliant. I love that you had your own pie. 'cause you would have to have a consistent way to measure each. Why I love that? I love that rumbled Ma. And what did you think fullest, she she should go to shore? She's now anti pie. She's like don't even say the word in the house. You have again, then even just pies. I choose Nonni pasta. She tolerated me for a while. It just let me shut these is famed fault. You probably. Still hundreds of books shed we help without shame. Renwick. I makes what dinnertime lunch time. We can see the bakery. Take just across the road bull before. I just want to know if our listeners thinking to know I'm going to I'm going to brunch out and going to wake actually not that far on the train took twenty five minutes where else can Allison's goes tourist in wiccan. Seriously, Shimla hail beautiful place really to put it. You'd be surprised that you get within a couple of miles a week in beautiful coincide much props. Not the image. Often portray least of all by George Orwell in many people have appeared for planks rarely it's got his problems anywhere else. House put a really kind of happy place. We lost greatly right now. The most important part of this podcast. We are going to cross the road. And then you can take his sweats eight adult we don't mind to mind eighteen unlike some step on a bench. I mean, I'm no then you'll Hof. No, they're easy going easy. Then let's go. What heading across the minute tea shop coke alaways. All right. Brin this tiny bakery could high people in them. There's no tables and Chaz is account site in front of us. And to the Ryan the counts at is you stunned Boone and free things collection collections. Gingerbread man class the iced finger is there as well. To the rights is row upon row of hot stuff in pastry. The Smellie's just define here right now. It's believable. I'm behind. The counts is the Galloway. Go. The little flea pulling low fleet dawn. Always wanted to know how people being Mike enough. I think in my newest petitioners, I'm inquisitive say own epi. I said saying Shafie she can in fall. Really? Midem potato laughing act Porsche the failed because I think they're a proper pi. Yeah. They are nice people ate unless because they want to try and be healthy, directed definitely no Elsa. Whilst..

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"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

Tourist

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

"Now that wasn't a quote from an article in today's press thousand she a quote from throw twig by Mr. Joel even though the tile to sound rather delightful. It's actually his vacations of the in Haas life in northern England, including Sheffield, and and and it gave the Rita real detail v of employment and publicy over eighteen years ago from people could and do ARCHE that despite the book being written in the nineteen thirties. That's kind of similarities to society is also with not tin that people from wiccan did take a long time for the town. Ova? Oh, this one right? Some more than seventy percents. Wigan Corinne is green surrounded fine. Nice countryside, stole the weather show sports oriented them because they have a lot of field space and people get outside. And people are luckily say wicked in two thousand seventeen was named as having well above the national average of obesity amongst children. That's the FIS. Look you can eat the pie. You can suck the balls. But then you gotta run giving passing out like all the old middle Susil is very like million. Really, sit old textile factories and stuff like that. Yet. Look whole mine sites is very industrialized. Former industry will sit say must have into sports big into the pines really music from that. Yeah. I think people may have. Legislative stereotype about. This is the thing. People are going to have a stereotype of anything that they feel they can judge in it's annoying because I bet you people are lovely. I was really keen to hint from weekend. I want that. Let's find out. Apart from highs in the fine face of wicked. What else make she proud to be from Wigan term yourselves version covet bit of defiance. We kind of exhibited through pies football, and I was spoiled comedy. And of course music as well known solo all the verve. You know, pushable is the consumer. What here are in wig? I mean, smell the pile north west. Yeah, we're here. Things are about to get a lot more clear on this. Northern rail. West. All the trend lines. This is my least favorite, and I travel trains all the time. You not drive drive in this country. Roundabouts, absolutely. What about Canada? Now, there's like maybe in countered to in my life. It's terrifying. Cherifi this something quite quintessential about the British railways you mentioned under. No, someone not from England Kennedy matching steam train children along the countryside and in reality not romantic anymore. But I had a couple of American friends. Again. I am not American. Everyone listening. I am Canadian, but I had a couple of American friends over and they were so excited to take the train to Edinburgh and going to Adam rather like this is a fantasy owes like old dream bigger. But you know, people this romantic because in Canada, North America trains, aren't like this. This is not. We don't have trains it'll take because you of a small country. Listen rim pie sensual. You are listening to Tories podcast on L.

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"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

Tourist

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

"The stuffing and the cranberry and everything. You know, what we won't Z the chewing gum violet. Custody rose. That's what they captured is cultured won't. So just to be loop. Every context why we did is high Motte it all started off in nineteen twenty six. Let's go back a few years, you know, people on stay for live in during the general strike of nineteen twenty six the coal miners strike in because Adler wages and the what conditions were shockingly shakes. So all professions at right? We're going to start out coal miners. Waking to go straight to so railway men dockers still wet because all Hong Phat Weltman tools. Like miners, we stand with you. So essentially Britain stops in stopped be Britain in one thousand nine hundred sixty six months of strike of all professions across the the weekend, minus that with the first cave it and see the strike and the or skips they crossed the line. I think the game pressure from factory bosses and whatnot. So. So them giving in it meant that say eat humble pie hens them being hope high eighties. That's why weaken is co pilots is because they gave into the general strike and eat humble pie. Okay. I understand they needed work. They wanted work. But it, okay. If it wasn't for those scopes, we wouldn't hit saying, this is true. You mean like us like about to go eat pies. Yeah. I don't mean like our profession. Oh, what a minute has that. All you mean. Now eating. Yeah. I will humbly eat the pie that I'm going to be served today. I was thinking last night. What's the night degree while you tell them what you're about to? I'm thinking do I do I really like quite dainty on this? And just have a little taste of a pine for K. Let's just go whatever you wanna do. I will not judge, and I will support I will probably eat any of the pie that you donate them. Just so, you know. What is your favorite pie? What is yours? Are you a chicken pie or you meet a stake high? Are you a Jew, you know, walk quite like teat meats and pie? Yacht. Name sega. I would say like a steak and ale I don't like to fill it too much with potato. But recently, I had a chicken mushroom pie that blew my mind. I hate to say it to you know, those like fancy farm shop. When you're driving on the highway and now, and again, you get arrested, but it's like the nice fancy farm shop ones that have all the locals. It was from one of those the pastry like it was so light and flaky and the consistency. And the gravy within it it just I never thought. I'd be so happy getting apply from petrol station, but it blew my mind raise the few petrol stations in the just like t. I know NIA I didn't breath. Wherever north one of them. Let's ask train waking favorite is. This is my in again. It's always been the potato with these to be cooking on the corner of SRI called in weaken. There was always bakers smell. You might spill. Despite the way, it is. Reebok's potato beat the peace because you cannot. The way it is. Each to very cheap on these put a lot of potato in Packer and sees really snuck mix you up so heavily mixed the smell, the taste pies. Should be properly should be able to pick it up and eat it off the wicked way. Coochie farm lunch. They won't win the wrote in in the boys like cradle-to-grave thing thing. Thing if it collapses that it's not really apply pies. Go to be fully encased pastry. You You got got to to pick pick it it up. up. So you don't see many Nashville fall trivia, Rhode Island's the sterilize Alumnae trim. trim busy till the move. Every country in south. I'm very of something in pastry or something encased in some. Jamaican uneven in England that is very cautious. Stay Kouanga, which looks incredible. For sure. Home of pastry with affiliate in one end as savory one sweet day was not going to work you can have. And then you flip over and..

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"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

Tourist

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

"We are on a northern rail train heading to wig. On the pie. Trae. Seed one of those trains think it used to be in its former line knocking northern rail. But a Spurs train lines go, I think you can hear the quality of the train that were on in the background. What we actually sat on a pacer train. They were introduced. Thirty five years ago rally space beyond the rails for short time like use only supposed to be a short term fix. Now. They're only found so chicken away around the north and in miles. That's slow so uncomfortable and freezing in winter and ferry noisy. Good twenty eighteen they're going to be replaced with new trains with by USB put on fortunately tourist couldn't wait around for northern rail. So I- jobs to you. The sound quality are about to hear this train bit booked a positive you feel like you're actually on pacer train. And if you don't I mean by pacer train, Google shits out, this you will you'll find on believable that in twenty eighteen England. Right. Kumaon? Palestinians that you not from around these palms. No, I am not. Moved to Manchester about seven and a half maybe eight years ago from Canada. I am from Calgary. Alberta. Why Manchester because my dad is for Manchester. And so I had family in Manchester. And I just kind of knew that I knew the north would be a little bit more my vibe than going too, busy London or anywhere down around there. And being a comic, I knew all the comedians went to London and everyone was the London London, which okay, great. But I knew the north had a separate comedy circuit. And I thought I'll probably get work faster being in the north. And that is exactly what happened. There is really literally old comedy crowd and community in Manchester. Absolutely, absolutely. I mean, people have moved people have shifted. But there is just kind of a bit more. I don't know. Like, I think it's because this is where I started. I feel like yeah. My family, my comedy families. Whereas the UK is concerned. This is where it is. Calgary comedy community. OC's is not it's not lovely. Moving in close very much. So I would say it's very family scene there as well. Because Calgary very much like the north. If you're a comic, it's a lot of touring. So it's a lot of driving to smaller city or driving a small town and doing a show for the people there. Whereas London Toronto is a bit more like you're in the city, and you do all these little open mics for like the people in that city. So I've always been a bit more of I guess what they call a road comic, which sometimes people look down their noses at whatever. Go drive to somewhere and try and sell your jokes to a group of people that you've never met before and a weird environment. And you look down your nose at me. It's it's a hard. It's a hard job. I think you get to some full service station, many service stations so many pies 'gangstas gansters when I first came over. I would think they were. Okay. Now, I've learned a do I do enjoy Greg. So am I allowed to say that is that? Okay. I do enjoy at Greg's love steak bake. Enjoy a chicken bake won't even waste my time with cheese past but that's just me see island festive fake the ones that bring out at Christmas. Oh my goodness..

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"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

Tourist

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on Tourist

"We are rate station. I am with Alison Jane Smith. Hello. Am fabulous this morning because we're gonna go eat pies in way gin and I am so excited. So we're just my excitement. I think everyone at Oxford road station is looking at me like a cycle right now because I'm pretty excited about this. We can for pies, you can't get more classic. I've been to Wigan before. But again, I only ever do shows being a standup comic, I'm in and out. So this will be fun to like go to Wigan checkout. We eat a pie. You don't be pretend to be a wig night is that a real word waking. We can ask Martin who we're going to join up with. Martin our pie expert for the. I know I of Hayek's. Will mean promptly in a bit. But we actually got to Wake wake. up now. And again until we get the Malton tell book the author also call life as pies, which was a Torah and the country trying to find the country's best pies. Tell me how did you get through your book Mein I four hundred in two years you eight four hundred thousand two years. I feel like a challenge has been laid before me. That's amazing. So when when I Allison would you like to be on tourist, and you said can we do something today with food? And I was like, I look this woman. Oh my God. I am such an eater. And I'm of szeswith by since I've moved to the north pies and gravy are the greatest joys in my life right now. So I was like, listen if we do something involves pies, I said is it stereotypical to say what to eat pies in the north. And you're like, let's go for this is what we're doing. Derogatory term to call some more because a call eight people in Wigan. Nickname. And I think they wear is. So batch of pride lets us mart in those who don't allow for in it away. Like, we got thrown out of Wigan. In before we carry on. Phenomenal. Well, nine from. We're going to do is it derogatory stereotypical. Or is it something to? Proud of the always album best. Stories. Long time. Gen all about the humble pie story in a little while. I'm basically the stories about how we can as came spinout as Pieters little story put here in the podcast is just gonna confuse matters. And it saw fix later on. So I put it later on. Generally. Thing about the pie kebab bomb. If you. Side on this. Why your weekends off? They because the pike shorts. The not for the Pizon I kind of a little bit because. Bit of waistline. Book still like by Sunday dinner. Shea..

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"june smith" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on WTVN

"To the. Phones Eighty-one WTVN one eight. Hundred. Six ten WTVN talking urban the the rally tonight the fourteen days I guess is what it's expected. To take to finish, up the investigation gene Smith there are a lot of is this a good luck. Or bad luck for the buckeyes for the rally. Tonight I mean I suppose all of these things. Are still pending but I would like your take on it, rich thank, you so much for waiting you're on WTVN afternoon, thanks for taking my call George I. Won't be able to support the the college and the effort by everyone involved with that rally. And in the, end I, think urban Meyer will remain head coach without any restrictions or any Blackmore record and I think in longer be state Well I I think I think you know if if what he previously, said Investigations discover that be true then he fulfilled any. Obligation that you know that he was supposed to ask the head coach and what happened from that point on is is not his fault or he's got no dog in that race did his due diligence and. Fulfilled, the requirements of his position and anything after that is on Smith Okay thanks rich A two, one WTVN one, eight hundred six ten WTVN the. Urban Meyer investigation obviously continuing and expected to conclude in fourteen days the rally. Going on tonight and we just, spoke. To, Tennessee, Jeff Letting us know it's at the, north pretender there north end. Of the horseshoe it. Looks like there's. Going, to be I don't know any according to him anywhere from six to two, hundred, thousand people. That could actually attend this but we'll see a. Kevin thank. You for waiting you're on WTVN yeah I wish I could go to the rally tonight and and meet Jeff ham Tennessee Jeff ham and I think the rally is a good thing it shows I think. A lot of people from the information we've. Been getting both about Courtney recently as well as. About what's AXA about June Smith's knowing in twenty fifteen urban saying he did his own due diligence all those, things are, kind, of stacking up but what ticks. Me off is I'm very competitive I just buys what Michigan fans and especially. Paul finebaum SEC fans have been, saying And they. All just you know they're all butter. Because urban left the SEC and you know and and and Michigan just normally hates like we normally eight but, the thing is is you. Know this is gonna. Damage urban reputation. This, just this just this suspension alone and it gives these morons in the SEC, in, Michigan ammo. To to use against servants so I would like. To see. Urban get some kind of the one of the word to use but reparations for them damaging I think as it's going to come out that it's Jane Smith problem and fault and gene Smith needs to. Go I think that urban needs to get. Some kind of reparations yeah we demanded apologies from. Johns like Paul finebaum Gotcha all right Kevin we're up against a brother I I I appreciate your call. A man I I appreciate that I think him just keeping his job is probably going to be enough reparations as. You put it all right it's time to check it out..

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"june smith" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

The Man Cave Chronicles

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on The Man Cave Chronicles

"It's we just you know your cobra kai you know i've watched it i can't wait to watch it again already koa for season two said over fifty million views are you will fan or the original karate kid now i am you know before booking covert high will say i didn't have too much knowledge as to who it was the jaden slipped karate kid was posted my agent so just because about that was the karate kid for me up it wasn't until i of course i seen the original karate kid but it didn't really stick with me because i was so young i was made six or seven when i when i i watched it with my family because of that everything was still so fresh that i it didn't really stick in my mind but he wants booking the role and getting to watch the movies again really a new appreciation for the movies it really did change how i felt about the jets because it really is i mean they're rate movie they're really really well written and they're made the the kinda matafi really really amazing on them but getting to work with ralph and those guys just makes you love the movie that much more because you've what you're looking at the screen and you're watching these guys that you work with you know i it is very very surreal but i love it and it really does make me find the movie so much more enjoyable i would say even if i didn't get to work with them the movies great i didn't i i haven't gotten a chance to watch the the next crown cater credit kit three i should get her onto doing that but right now the first second june smith woman in my favorite type of so tell us how you got cast clover kind how the does about the addition what do you addition for it you know deal dish in process it was very very long when it came to cover say we did a toll.

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"june smith" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"It's better than five foretaste assure sure there he cutter i'm blake fights there there behind the giants who've malaca thereby and the dolphins who are basically a a walking disaster football t i mean they're not they're not like they're not so bad at the cowboys can't compete and like you may so that happened over the rest of the year with the texans for example racine county without j wild without whitney merciless inserted gantner playing against offences that are pretty good they're making them liquid than just have no hope in some cases i don't look at the case of the cowboys i think that over the rest is history should be okay but there are some issues with his team and i think the chiefs may be very well positioned to attack the cowboys given some of their weaknesses i'm gonna say something in this is going to be mean and i feel bad clown yet but i have to say june smith has been pretty bad this year in terms of play at linebacker i don't want him to be bad i think he's guy notre but he looked a little bit better in the last game i i did notice that but you're right he's not he's not been great that's true cowboys our 29th in away against tight ends and don't of others as minister for the listener just to create a fit only magma here travis kelsea is really good and he's playing the cowboys we guide yes he is he he is so good ray does it feel like he's under i mean he's he's been better than gutowski this year certainly he's is i think he's probably been the best tight end in football and it's not just how how they are hit.

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"june smith" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"june smith" Discussed on Around the NFL

"June smith jailed smith at linebacker could be a big factor he early moving around pretty idea that another xray almost need him to somehow recover from dropped foot and become in impact player potentially this year a lot of things at the break right on defense yeah i think i think yes the offense offenses made up for it into the last three years west but those are like the greatest offense as possible and you shouldn't need to count on an offense to be that good in the end last year their defense got them be i mean that offense was ready to compete for a super bowl and the defense couldn't couldn't do it against great yeah i don't think they have a championship caliber defense but this is not the worst defence they've had that we've that we've doubted hm i mean marquette fifty adjective to describe their defense right in which which within weeks i was completely proven to be a complete phony out on that topic was they blamed two years they were fine yeah they were fine i think the corner i think the secondary's worse than than it's been i mean you lost alas claiborne he lost berry church you loaded guys who have been there would have byron jones develops and yet when absolute superstore like land and collins or something yeah i mean that that could go a long way that was training camp spotlight presented by new era added of greg at something else i wanted to give him a second interrupt me but he had nothing else that's it that's good but that was needed info the are they gonna keep send any out or what i am going to uh the other los angeles teams the rams in the charges all right fun fun fun all right let's do a little talk about newark newroz nfl training collection has a great combination of innovative performance and style with features like you the protection moisture waking and cooling technology there's no reason you should make the newer nfl training collection a part of your daily entire every day that means available at retailers like leads nfl shot dot com n loius dick's sporting goods in your favorite team.

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