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"justice mcmahon" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"This is the end zone the need to pop welcome back to the end zone I'm here home in the bunker that's right stayed at home trying to stay healthy keep my social justice McMahon Anthony Sylvester okay I just is that the at the station do not want to do we also got nothing but the whole truth you argument earlier today he gave you his word I'd say a whole so why did you come up with your greatest bowl game most exciting bowl game that's one twenty twenty sixteen citrus bowl Michigan Florida forty one seven no I I I pulled up the list yes so I could get some recollection I haven't seen it I'm not going to fix anything on the screen so I obviously hadn't seen like the nineteen seventy three short of all eighty four oh one nineteen eighty four Orange Bowl I want to fix that because those who cultivate through watching Billy Corgan's thirty for thirty the U. a Miami being one thirty dot ones I love you I hated them there or not but after watching those you got that yeah documentaries I'm a big fan the one that missing and I had it pulled up and I can't remember which one it is now and I'm looking at this list there was that their number three twenty sixteen alcohol I only saw the end of the which was that TCU defeating Oregon in triple overtime the honorable that one was crazy for me because I was always wondering because I was flying into San Antonio my week down at the army all American bowl and so on my hotel was a quarter mile walk from the Alamo bowl so mallow don't matter and I walk into the hotel the grand Hyatt San Antonio in the hotel bars just wash with you forms and all as you can imagine I mean Dallas isn't exactly close to San Antonio but it's close enough you know it's the same state well actually I think they were that's what you see is and although no one was just going absolutely wild which was awesome to experience like getting you know getting into a hotel like that shut you down for a while you know what I knew was going to be a really fun weekend and they have that apple planned on all the screens and knowing it was just down the road C. B. almost down from my hotel room on the other that was just a little while to finish that game each year particularly only about I think that when was it a lot of fun but it just seems like most of the ball games I end up watching either get thrown in Michigan but he all right well like they have the the two thousand five rose more practice in Michigan I remember watching that this is just kind of I felt like some of those games didn't really feel as much like meet you know what Michigan or like Texas one as much as Michigan decided the game was over before it was over or and then obviously Texas got the comeback or you know there's not a lot of there's been a couple but not a lot of bike Michigan blowout losses so there's always a lot of close losses I mean now that the the twenty sixteen Orange Bowl and that game is boring and so it wasn't that it was super exciting and then I did help with the the bad finish for Michigan but you know a lot of those games like I said kind of like they feel like extra innings in one of these games in recent memory it just seems like a lot one of those teams doesn't want to be that lets us in the case of Michigan and a lot of these four games they obviously didn't win the one this year where Michigan probably was more apt to want to be in there than Alabama but you know the outback bowl or this chick fillet peach for what was the most one week long the job or that Orange Bowl all just kind of had that feeling of light all right well let's just get this over with to some degree please that's my perception having been there and around the team and whatever and I think that's the case for a lot of all games you get you get the option to all higher aspirations I thought they were going to be a much better position than a lot of that being and they end up having a great team that kind of over it you could get to that point you know you end up with something of a motivational mismatched upper bowl games are really interesting to some degree I don't think they're necessarily a good barometer all the time of what what we're team actually is the case in point is who was that Georgia Georgia played two years ago in the Sugar Bowl Texas well I think it's a great Texas and they lost yeah I did get a normal circumstance Georgia probably would've wiped the floor with that because I don't think anyone speaking well that Texas is a battle program at the moment in Georgia but Georgia was kind of like whatever you know let's just go ahead and do this and asking tough questions ready that would be like let's prove ourselves so actually just thinking about programs in general it was a pretty good games I mean look I I I said the Alabama Georgia in the national championship that was a huge game I thought that was probably one of the best bowls that I I saw I said the two thousand games Michigan versus Alabama that was a great game came down to eight extra point kick and one James hall got high and knocked the ball that went wide left if you want to say Michigan the the two thousand six Rose Bowl Michigan versus Texas that that that game was that game a game with the all out war two teams going against one another and I said you're right eyes their teams now if you're not in the national championship or in that race most genes that that that thought that they should have been in that race don't show up in the bowl game they don't want to be there they think that they should be at at a higher higher bull be rank they should be and then we can competing for a national championship so we have to contend with those kind of teams now that now a days I hate to say that but nowadays if a team doesn't reach their they're a league status that they thought they were or the expectations of what people thought about them those teams don't show up and they get beat by a lesser opponent and then it becomes you know this team wasn't prepared and all of that so you're right about that this is Jean I mean like I said what's that we that's like not nearly on the list of the twenty sixteen college football playoff national championship when Alabama beat Clemson forty five to forty that what you know one of those Alabama Clemson ones were super throwing the ball there's a constant like back and forth the one that comes in one is well against Alabama not the recent one wall is also another growing one was a terrible year that was for some of those ones were super growing because they were back and forth and and you know really sucks so the end of the game but though the twenty sixteen one I just read look it up so member of watching that with my girlfriend who didn't care about football even don't even though she didn't she was appalled by the game this is what you know watching watching how much that one came down to the wire C. there you go get it Hey if it brought her attention then yeah you're right we'll take somebody who doesn't care about football it gets into it now that's the date that the game that you can put as as a ranking all right so that I think we are not available that that's the docking dot gave no no no no no yeah it would give you a job dot gain because your ex your ex girlfriend didn't like it and she was enthralled by it I'm sorry bro that's not how it works conditionally including category that's exactly how it works but you know one zero Genoa quarantine rules hello Mike yet you're still on their still churning intending yeah maybe it's the one that you wear it's the one it's the one that you didn't go to maybe it's that two thousand two thousand Alabama Michigan gay the one that they want to they of Michigan one yeah I never got to see that one because I didn't you never saw the game right now is that that was after my freshman year of college so that would have been that the the school are the the the ball game from that season I don't really care about sports in that period of my life and I've never watched a replay I've seen B. I see in the end it will all be washed it up outside off so unfortunately due to the to the rules of this game that one cannot speak because I didn't see it you came up with this you came up with this is that the rule I I mean that's a good idea to determine J. mol I mean I honestly are you giving him the rule I'm just I'm just agreeing with him because if I didn't see if I didn't see a ball game and they had all these great moments in all of this history behind it I don't know if I would consider it my personal top ball game which I'm sure it would be someone else's and according to our list it would be on that list in a certain order so I mean I'm just gonna be with ties into however I mean I mean I'm just gonna say from a from a from a fan standpoint I I was too young to watch I don't think my parents even had it on at the time but like when you mention the two thousand Orange Bowl where Michigan beat Alabama in overtime the ending of that game was crazy I mean Brady had a huge game R. three hundred and sixty nine yards and four touchdowns on Alexander had a great shot out like they had to have a great game he death running back for Alabama in David Tyrell it was a great game David Tyrell had three touchdowns he was the MVP of the game for Michigan even though Brady had a better game than him in my opinion but like I mean I didn't see the game but if you watch the highlights you watch the tape I think that teams really stands out to to any fan standpoint it's Alabama it's Michigan two two Titans clashing so I feel the disagreement with that respectively a great day but all of them never happened so the point is that though you know it's you know Quincy Notre client UN rules on on whatever is going to be any time he does have a point though because according according to my top ball game and according to this list the two thousand seven Fiesta Bowl Boise state beats Oklahoma on a couple of trick plays to end the game you watched the game from start to finish it's unbelievable what Boise state dead and that is to me why backing would be number one in my heart but number two on the on the list that we're talking about so I mean as it is I see his rule applies to me as it does to you Jim do not give up there that kind of power now that I have unlimited power like emperor Palpatine new Star Wars was government that means that your top will gain Jane all of that the nineteen thirty two holiday bowl I agree with that money you haven't seen it you might have a wow hello is there about how good I'm going to say this I dare has the last word today that's going to be that's going to be here for the day I mean for the for the show I think that was the perfect way to end the show him now again remember and they have a limited power like emperor Palpatine I know that I think that's all you need to know well there appreciate you coming on even though you don't have to improve public gene's power but that's going to do it for the show today well the week will be back on Monday hopefully we'll be back I want to go back to it thank you for the past few days you've been great I appreciate it you've been listening to the end zone W. 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"justice mcmahon" Discussed on The Big Story
"Involved in Andrew kinsman disappearance. That's how it was initially. And then he becomes a suspect in the murder, and also there are these men who disappeared from the village and their disappearances have never been solved. In this causes us. Concern. So it's being the c conduct strongly. They're being put together. Right. I think what has upset many people in the community from what I'm hearing from my sources, is that there was some kind of element of gas lighting that was going on, because there had been you know, this year's long concern that men had been going missing and people were saying the word serial killer that to have the chief of police say that there wasn't there wasn't the evidence to back that up and then only a few weeks later. Sure enough. That's what they had on their hands. That has been destabilizing I think to, to too many people, you can see though. How how quickly it evolved from having Bruce, MacArthur be a suspect in intricate. Kinsman skilling to suddenly being a serial killer. We know that, that actually happened in the course of a day. Tell me about the rest of that day. Then once they find the photos. What happens? So the decision is made to arrest MacArthur, but to preserve the integrity of a major case like this, they have to do everything possible to make sure that Abbott's is not lost. It's important to remember that at this time they didn't know if Bruce MacArthur was acting alone. So there were people that they thought might be helping him. They had no evidence I should stress it no evidence of that. But they, they didn't have evidence to the contrary, either. So they had to make sure that police were in place, and that, that warrants were in the in the process, you know before the courts to be able to search certain addresses that included the Mallory crescent address where we know sadly know that Bruce, had had kept some of his victim's bodies, all of us victim's bodies. So they knew that they needed some time to get that in place, two or three days. So that. Vision is made we're going to arrest him. I believe it was on a Saturday. And I think it was a Wednesday and, you know, give or take a few days in there, and so they decided we're going to watch him, you know, round the clock and get everything in place. But there's a caveat and caveat is from the images, they've found they know that, that it's very likely that Bruce, MacArthur killed one person or more in his bedroom or in his apartment and prior to that the theory had been that Andrew kinsman had been killed in his van. And so police have ways to intervene and, and have far more control when the scene of a crime per se is of the Ecole they don't have that control when it's an apartment when someone's own residence. So the rule the caveat was under no circumstances can Bruce MacArthur, be alone in his home with another man. And sure enough. What does he do lesson? Twenty four hours later. He takes a man back to his apartment alone. And then what happens well, everything the way that I understand. It was it was sort of controlled chaos. The decision is made to arrest. Macarthur immediately. There are already some officers at MacArthur apartment building. Dave Dickenson the primary investigator goes to the scene very quickly and they go up his apartment, and they arrest him and what's really quite tragic, and remarkable is that the individual who he had in his apartment. The core core documents had identified him by a student, John and John had been handcuffed and was naked and black bay had been put over his head. And that's when police went into the apartment they found him handcuffed and Justice McMahon, who was the judge on this case said in, in basically no uncertain terms that he was sure that John was going to be the next victim. So. So it was it was really good that they intervened. What did some of the police officers that you talked to in the course of this investigation? Tell you it was like to work on something like that. That was stale for so long. And then finished so quickly and furiously what I know is that they are really pleased at that they could bring some finality to the families who had been wondering for so long, you know, in that point can't be overstated. These people didn't know what happened to their loved ones. That's different from having your relative be the victim of violent crime. And so to have number one, the uncertainty of what happened. And then, number two finally finding out what happened in having it be so horrific. Those are two different kinds of grief as I understand it. And so, at least to bring an end to the suffering of not knowing I think that has been really big for, for the police that I have heard from. I think it's important to know that there is an ongoing review right now done by former Ontario court of appeal Justice Gloria up Stein. How do the police feel about that? They talk to you about that at all. This was this was officially endorsed by the Toronto. Police chief Saunders has supported this and it's trying to police services board who unanimously passed, basically the for this altogether to be perfectly honest with you. I think that they actually support it because it's going to come out with some recommendations about how did you things better? And everyone can can get behind that. I think. Thanks, wendy.