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Afghanistan Crisis Puts Blinken in a Rare Position: The Hot Seat
"Afghanistan will be the focus of lawmakers this afternoon. When secretary of state antony blinken testifies members of a house committee lincoln expected to be pressed about the fall of the afghan government and evacuations of americans and afghans before and after the us military's withdrawal impairs. Michelle kellerman says blinking. Testifies to a cynic committee tomorrow senator chris murphy democrat from connecticut is worried that republicans on the foreign relations committee may try to turn the hearing with lincoln into a circus and try to put the blame on joe biden for twenty years worth of mistakes in afghanistan. Let some democrats have questions for the secretary of state about the americans and at risk afghans. Who were left behind in the massive airlift operation that ended last month. The state department has facilitated dozens of departures in recent days of americans and green card holders from the airport in kabul and via overland
Blinken Greets Afghans in Germany Amid State Dept. Emails Fallout
"Secretary state anthony blinken is holding virtual talks with about twenty of his colleagues about afghanistan. The virtual gathering took place at ramstein air base germany. Npr's michelle kellerman reports. Lincoln also met with some of the afghan refugees who are transiting through the bays. Just outside a hangar on the air base where several hundred afghans are awaiting to the us blinken met with an afghan army officer. His wife and two small children hearing about their heroin escape from kabul. He also stopped by. What's called the youth pod where some of the unaccompanied teenagers just learned their cleared to go see. Blinken called them courageous. I just want you to know that you have a lot of people who are going to look out for you support you help you and welcome you the un children's fund has been working to reunite unaccompanied minors with family members
Russell Wilson still wants Antonio Brown in Seattle
"Elements so last week long time. Nfl insider. john. Clay said on ninety three seven. Bannon pittsburgh that russell wilson is lobbying the team to sign super bowl winning receiver antonio brown wilson's name has come up in trade talks this season Obviously he hasn't been fully pleased with the seattle seahawks. That's no secret max kellerman. What's your reaction to wilson wanting. I'm confused here. I'm confused because abc does not come the same discount. He came on last year. The bucks right. There's a market for him. Now that's going to be more competitive than it was so it's not just like give basically getting abc for free. He wants them to lure a be away from a super bowl winning team with a great quarterback who still doing it and a great defense and everything all the things that russell wilson was complaining. He doesn't have right. Like i'm confused. Because ross i thought this was about your offensive line which through under the bus or not having a defense. Well there's a limited limited resources in the nfl per team. There's a salary cap. So you must rob peter to pay paul for every cent you spend on antonio brown. You can't spend that sent on your offensive line poor on your defense and it's not like you don't have metcalf and lock it. You have a receiving corps so of course what quarterback wouldn't want to throw the ball to. He's one of the greatest. Whoever did it but given the situation. He's lobbying for another receiver. I thought that was about the offensive line or the defense
Jill Biden helps honor women from 15 countries for courage
"First lady. Joe biden was on hand at the state department for the annual women of courage who was a bit different this year with the recipients attending virtually. Here's npr's michelle kellerman first lady. Joe biden is vowing to be bold telling the fourteen honorees this year quote. Your fight is our fight. The us ambassador to the un linda thomas greenfield says the department is also honoring seven afghan women who were assassinated in the past year. The violence is meant to silence and we cannot allow that to happen. We must address it head on must ensure that their voices continue to be heard. The activists from belarus maria kolesnikova couldn't attend because she's in prison. The state department hasn't been able to reach the human rights lawyer from china in the past couple of days
"kellerman" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"March 18th when the NBC streaming site plans to roll out more than 17,000 hours of new An original content to the library. So that's that's kind of crazy. Yeah, I mean, it's just something that I felt like was so big the W W E that streaming platform is they were one of the first. I mean, they were coming up with Netflix and putting a bunch of content. So if you're into wrestling, it's also getting cheaper. 10 Bucks a month. Now it's only $4.99. Moving forward. What a bargain. That is a bargain in real quick to wrap up. This is just too good not to play. Have you been seeing clips of the of the Max Kellerman take from July 2016. Go s Oh, it's just fun to rub it in people's faces, especially in this moment. One of the coldest takes of all time. July 2016 Max Kellerman. Tom Brady is just about done. It could be his next game he plays It could be a year from now, but he is going to fall off a cliff. Tom Brady is going to be a bum in short order. Now what do I base that on? What would you say that? Oh, yes. When was this July, 2016 pull up. Did you just say that Tom Brady is just about done, and he's going to be Ah bum. You know when we go back, and we cancel people because of racist things, they said, insensitive things. They said Max Government should be canceled for saying that four years ago, so if you're curious of what has happened since that day, um four years ago Tom Brady has gone to his fourth Super Bowl in five seasons with the second team won his 5th and 6th 3 and Gone 11 2 in the postseason. Pull off a 25 point come back in the Super Bowl, set a record with 466 yards in a Super Bowl, then break it with then broken with a 505 yard performance beat current MVP's Matt Ryan Patrick Mahomes. And Aaron Rodgers been named three pro bowls and win the league MVP. Cancel Max Kellerman. Yeah. Mm. Carrie Joints Burnt. You gotta live. Who are you? Hello. I'm Kristen. Hey, Christian. What's up? What can we do for you? He he sent Kellerman Sorry. Sorry. Buddy. Chris Kellerman sent out a tweet last night and said Tom Brady has had a full Hall of Fame career in the time since I made that prediction is right. Cancel Max. Go ahead. So sorry about that. No, it's all it's all good. I just wanted to, um, talk about Matt Leflore decision on the field goal and forth a nature. Um Don't get me wrong. I'm a diehard bucks and, you know have been for all my life. Um, I have a friend that's actually agree, made Pakistan so that was that was pretty fun. Um Although I do this I was the first one to say that. That might be the dumbest decision of NFL coach of all time. I will say that The last three drives at the temple. Be Buccaneers, uh, did in the fourth quarter did end in three interceptions. Um, And But that said that almost makes it even worse decision because you don't think Brady's gonna throw another one. It's tough. You know, It's one of those decisions. You're gonna second guess if it blows up in your face, and it blew up in his face. We don't know that it would have gone any differently, and they decided to go for it. But through hindsight, it sure does look pretty stupid. Oh, yeah. I was the first one to tell my friend I was like, you know, like, uh, you know, not the floor's been doing pretty good, but that that decision was kind of into you. Hey, really pulled off of microcosm off of Max Kellerman's comment Like he questioned Brady. That's that's all he had to do. He felt comfortable. Giving the ball back to Tom Brady. He didn't think Brady had what it takes to do exactly what Tom Brady did, which was end that game with two minutes left so clearly questioning Brady at any point in his career. Eyes is not good. I mean, think of when they lost that first game of the Saints. How so many people in this city and in sports in general, like, Look what you got Buyer's remorse. Oh, here's the medium of us pulling off Jamie's his face with Tom Brady underneath it. Get the hell out of here! Drew grovel. Live alone. Who are you? It's suds. What's up sides? Oh, man, not much. I just want to place and John's joints. Yeah, man, tell me those three songs, said sanity. I believe the first one was Big Pimpin. He's right. And then believer that's correct. And the last one was tough, but I think it was beautiful day. 100% and all of those were bands found on the Tom Brady T V 12 playlist. Well done. We love you. No, thank you, buddy. Thank you, buddy. Tell you thank you. So it's not stuck. No. So sorry. I acted excited and I don't know what we should do. You should be excited such rules. Stay where you are. When we come back, we will. We'll revisit what we were talking about before about the soiled nest and Want to throw out there. Something that Ryan Reynolds did on social media that this might be the first even hint at controversy. Involving Ryan Reynolds and involves an R rated joke about a kid's show. Did you see that? Yeah, I did is a great story, and we've got it for you. Next on Drew. Grovel Live. Fran Hush has some great events going on this week. Tomorrow night is the Bay Area Rider's bike Night? A Tampa Joe's goes on 7 to 11. Also tomorrow, the West Coast Florida Rider's bike night at kicking wings..
Sudan says it signs pact on normalizing ties with Israel
"Sudan has formally signed what are known as the abraham accords to normalize ties with israel treasury secretary steven mnuchin was on hand for the event. Npr's michelle kellerman has details. The trump administration has been encouraging arab states to normalize ties with israel in exchange for separate deals with the us in sudan's case the us remove the african nation from the state sponsors of terrorism list in order to ease sanctions after sudan agreed to compensate victims of several terrorist attacks in africa. Mnuchin also says he signed a deal to provide a loan to sudan to help it clear about one point two billion dollars in arrears to the world bank that could provide much-needed international help four sudan which had been a pariah state during omar shears thirty year role. He was ousted in twenty. Nineteen michelle kellerman. Npr news
REIGNY DAY FINALE
"All right big announcement. I told you there is an announcement. Maybe you heard. Maybe it would hurt. Because i think this probably only place. I'm going to say it. This is going to be the last rainy day podcast because i am abandoning zach. I'm abandoning the rain. And i'm leaving. I have taken a job In detroit or for the red wings and tigers. I won't be broadcasting games. I'm hoping to maybe keep doing that. But let's not get another personal stuff. Because i think it's better to burn out than fade away. Neil young one said. And so i know what you're wondering. Now who's gonna fill in In join zack. As he continues up these pains. And i don't know i don't know I don't know what will happen. What are you thinking right now. I mean i mean how could we possibly replace you It's been raining in ontario for the last year and a half. It's finally going to be sunny day without the rainy day. Podcast starting in twenty twenty one So bittersweet you know we had a great run. Here was excited to keep it going. But i'm looking forward to some some time away from the from the microphone busy good. This became a simon and garfunkel situation. And yes. I am. The paul simon in this group and will likely go on to be wildly successful whereas zach will have mrs robinson and that's about it as as far as his hits go. I'm moving on out. I will get into a few things in a sack. But i another thing. You're thinking as who's going to call the ring games. And i think it's gotta be used back and i know everyone's like well that can't call the games second kagame. He's never called a hockey game before bites little. Do you know zach as a matter of one time hopped on the mike in called. Play by play for the terreaux fire. Department verse d. n. y. Game and i have a couple of clips from that game to an active. Going gonna put these on. I'm going to put him on to just give you a feel for what's coming out the bye-bye now you guys may have you thinking. Wow we liked listening again. It was pretty okay on the games but it is. I think going to add a level of excitement. So here's just one clip. That i'll play now. Sixteen seconds left on the clock on panthers on. This is the most exhilarating game i've seen in my life. The sixteen bazan italians are going berserk. We had seven seven game. Twelve point four on the clock here at citizens business bank arena. What a saturday afternoon. Matinee team home crowd atmosphere s really pushed antero odd. Ny sdn y they. They might be a little bit rattled hearing this timid visiting atmosphere. S some there. I mean you future in this. I mean i'm used to calling games with sixteen or less people at them. So that's that's me up well to do this during a pandemic it's So that's one thing in my favor Like color man from that game is a one time rainy day. Podcast guest mas- mcelroy. I'm sure he would up and leave his current job with vegas come back and be the rain kellerman unpaid of course as you can tell by his performance in that obviously wouldn't pay him to do color I think he would probably leave in a heartbeat to that. So the tandems there. I mean the the obvious answers in place with myself on play by play nat color. So we'll see you know maybe Maybe i do have a few. Maybe though You know some other. Nhl teams here that call on this rainy day. Podcast they want me to call. Nhl games and the rain are still looking. I don't know you leave as well. Yeah maybe you know that could volt. Nbc job doc. Emrick guy retired. Maybe they hear this. They just kind of me up to that job So something to think about moving forward. So let's wrap up here. i do you know. There's a lot of people that i like. That i've said to so i'm not gonna do it here But this podcast has been an absolute blast. And so i do want to thank everyone who has lessons This is been a ton of fun of once. We got into the rhythm of it. And i think we did a good thing here with this. I'm really gonna miss call in the ring games like calling the game. Not being able to do that consistently is very bitter sweet. I guess it's just bitter. It's not sweet leaving bittersweet but calling. The game's not not being able to do that next year. It's tough But the just gonna be here. And i'm not going to get into because it's really not any your business you listeners. But i But i am going to miss all of you. I love doing this. Podcast and i love working for the rain and you never know. Maybe i'll see again. Maybe i won't But i just thank you for listening and we have had a lot of fun doing this. Podcast i think zach. Have you know. I have a lot of funded. Didn't really know what to expect when a lot better than it did. In our trial run in two thousand eighteen nineteen so is it was really cool to kind of see what it turned into to be able to have some really cool guests on some of our our players our top prospects you know sharing some stories and having fun. I thought that we took it in our own direction. Didn't care what anyone else thought. And i liked that. We had the chance to do that. Yeah i agree so again. Thank you to all of you. Thank you to our supporters of his reign staff year. And darren glenn we're We're big supporters and in the as well mike and kelly cheesman was big friend of the program we We always appreciated that support. But we're going to put this thing to bed. The rainy day podcast is gonna go out of the world just like it came in which is very mysteriously and very auspiciously. So that's how that's how we're gonna leave this zach good luck. I'm sure you'll work your release another month but i. I don't know maybe leave. Maybe won't be able to do it without me. I have kind of been You've been riding my coattails this organization for long enough. Maybe the time is up sharply in the local paper to try and replace that how we hire down these days just like a like a wanted like wanted middle aged five gaster with sas. I think you should open auditions open. Auditions zach a week long. Tweet year your audition at rain. Insider and i will be happy to listen to all audition tapes. That are tweeted to me. I think that's a great idea. Degraded him all right everyone. It has been a blast. We'll talk to you later. Maybe probably not for now is just goodbye.
Illinois reports more than 13,000 new cases and 126 new deaths statewide
"Live from npr news. I'm jack speer. With corona virus cases surging across the west new data released from the federal government shows just. How many hospitals in the country say they are facing critical staffing shortages. Npr selena simmons duffin reports nearly one in five hospitals in the us currently has a staffing issue states in the mid west and southwest are being hit hardest. North dakota has the highest percentage of hospitals reporting shortages. Texas has the highest number of hospitals when there aren't enough staff to treat the surge of patients. The concern is that you could get to the point where you have to start rationing care and then more people could die early on in the pandemic medical staff could volunteer to help in hot spots like new york city. But that's not really possible. Now with so many hospitals facing shortages and cases surging all over the country selena simmons duffin npr news eleanor. Like many other states seeing a big surge in coronavirus cases more than thirteen thousand new cases reported there with one hundred and twenty six deaths making it the third day in a row deaths their past the one hundred mark on governor. Jay pritzker reminding people his they've been state today. The numbers do not reflect what tomorrow's numbers might look like. You have to look at what the trajectory is. How fast it is that. They're likely to fill up. How fast they're coming into the emergency room and ending up in the bed. Laurie now is more than six hundred. Thirty four thousand coronavirus cases more than eleven thousand kobe. Nineteen deaths in the state. The death toll from covid nineteen pandemic has now reached more than two hundred and fifty thousand georgia's certified president elect. Joe biden has one that state's electoral votes but as a meal moffitt of member station w. a. b. e. in atlanta reports top georgia republicans are calling for changes to the state's election. Laws in one of the narrowest races in the country president elect joe biden topped president. Donald trump by about twelve thousand six hundred votes of the record. One point three million votes cast by mail and the state two thirds of them went to biden. Georgia's republican governor. Brian kemp echoed. President trump and casting doubt on the state's signature match program used to verify the identity of absentee voters voters casting their ballots. In person must show a photo. Id and we should consider applying that same standard to mail in ballots. Georgia's republican secretary of state also called for reform despite repeated assurances that he's seen no evidence of widespread fraud for npr news. I'm a meal moffitt in atlanta michigan state. Legislators met at the white house today with president trump as the president appears to be making an extraordinary effort aimed at overturning. Joe biden's overwhelming win. There were after the meeting. Officials said they have not been yet made aware of any information that would change the outcome of the election by one michigan by an insurmountable one hundred fifty four thousand votes on wall street today. The dow closed lower down two hundred nineteen points. You're listening to. Npr president trump's state department and foreign policy advisors to the incoming baiju administration are both expressing concerns about recent arrests of human rights advocates in egypt. Computers michele keleman reports. The arrest came after. The activists met with european diplomats. The egyptian institute for personal rights as seen three of its members arrested this week charged with spreading false information and undermining public security. European diplomats had met with them earlier this month. The state department is expressing quote deep concern about the arrests biden's foreign policy adviser. Tony blinken says he shares that sentiment in a tweet. He writes quote. Meeting with foreign. Diplomats is not a crime nor is peacefully advocating for human rights. President trump wants called egypt's leader his favourite dictator egypt remains a major recipient of us aid michelle kellerman npr news washington asia pacific summit leaders set aside their differences today issuing their first joint communique in three years among other things a group calling for free and predictable trade to help a global economy leaders of the twenty one nation apec groups as been substantially weakened by the coronavirus pandemic the group whose members include president trump and chinese leader xi jinping also about not to resort to protectionist policies notwithstanding the ongoing us trying to trade battle apec countries fell to reach agreement in two thousand eighteen in part due to discord between the us and china crude oil futures prices ended the week on an up note oil closing up forty three cents a barrel and the session at forty two seventeen barrel in new york. I'm jack speer npr news.
UN General Assembly: US-China tensions flare over coronavirus
"Pandemic is a test of international cooperation. One, the U. N secretary general says the world is failing is NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports that failure Was on display at the ongoing General Assembly. The secretary general is trying to use this virtual General Assembly to get countries to work together to fight the pandemic and many other global challenges. But one Security Council debate showed just how hard this will be. You know shame on each of you. I am astonish, and I'm disgusted. That's the U. S ambassador to the U. N. Kelly Craft accusing her colleagues, though not naming, which ones of playing politics with covert 19 members of the council who took this opportunity to focus on political grudges rather than the critical issue at hand. My goodness Craft defended the Trump administration's decision to pull out of the World Health Organization and said China should be held to account for quote, unleashing this plague onto the world. China's Ambassador John Joon, says the US is just trying to blame others for its own failings. The United the States has been spread in political virus on this information. And for 18 confrontation on division. Up to that point, it had been a rather dry Security Council meeting about global governance in the wake of covert 19. There was a lot of talk about multilateralism and a few veiled swipes at the Trump Administration's America first approach, Kraft said. The U. S has given you n agencies $900 million to counter the pandemic and compared that to others on the Security Council. NYU's year 4.6 million South Africa 8.4 million Indonesia five million. The US does give more to the U. N than other, says Richard Gallon of the International Crisis Group. But this is not just about money. Foreign diplomats had grown accustomed to trump attacking. Yuen arrangements like the Paris climate deal on mechanisms like the Human Rights Council. But they were genuinely shocked the Washington would walk away from the W. H O during a global pandemic. Speaking via Skype, he said diplomats are worried about what he calls a nasty fight between the US and China as Beijing tries to increase its influence in the world body on a day to day basis, Chinese diplomats in New York are often Very assertive, increasingly hard line and sometimes bullying colleagues from smaller countries. The reality is that for most members of the U. N, neither the US nor China Is offering an attractive vision of the future of multilateralism and the world needs multilateral solutions on a range of issues beyond the pandemic, says Latisha Courtois, who represents the International Committee of the Red Cross. She's raising the alarms about the forgotten conflicts from Yemen to this, the hell region of Africa has a triple threat of climate conflict and called it mansions. And for that they need to be a collective approach. The U. N Secretary General Antonio Guterres made the same appeal all week, reminding diplomats that the World Sol a previous period of fragmentation a century ago. The result was the first World War. Followed by the seconds. Over. 19 is casting a dark shadow across the world. And he called the band eh Mika warning that must spur US toe action. Michelle Kelemen. NPR news, the State Department
"kellerman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Previously on the Paul time I'm so Saving, leading a march of his players for black lives matter. I'm not really interested in debating, uh, the origins of that of that organization. I'm interested in discussing. What college players are thinking and doing And I mean that very sincerely, and I'm not shying away from have I read the manifesto have are right. I have not. I heard everything that you've heard and everyone else has heard. But this conversation is about Nick Saban and Jeremy Pruitt and will must champion Lane Kiffin in my fleet. It's not about Uh, this organization here, But, yeah, I think so. Many people are wrapped up in that They think this is going to be destructive to Nick Saban's career. I think it's the opposite. The ball find bomb show weekdays at three Eastern on the ESPN APP and on the SEC network, The Max Kellerman show LeBron's a top five players, So was 85 players always make the playoff runs. So to get the wrong kind of extra point guard credit, he's doing something magical to the chemistry. It's part of the value of already captured and calling him a top five player who's really the point guard for the Clippers. Like who actually is the focal point of the offense. The Max Kellerman show weekday afternoons at two Eastern on ESPN radio. You're smart speaker or wherever you stream your audio. The Labor Day events, begun a cap factory and got factory dot com Get 50 to 70% off Almost everything, plus new door busters from.
Democrats say Pompeo's speech to RNC is unethical, hypocritical, and possibly illegal
"Are working on a resolution to hold secretary of State Mike pompeo in contempt. NPR's Michelle. Kellerman reports the accuse him of Obstructing House oversight and breaking his own rules by appearing at the Republican National Convention the Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee Democrat Eliot Engel has a growing list of complaints about Secretary Pompeo. It includes the secretary's refusal to cooperate with the impeachment inquiry and his quote willingness to bolster as Senate Republican, led smear against president trump's political rivals. Angle also accuses pompeo of. State Department Guidance and possibly the law by delivering this speech to the Republican National. Convention while on an official government trip abroad, the State Department describes angles press release as quote, political theatrics and an unfortunate waste of taxpayer
"kellerman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"For actress Sally Kellerman eighty three he played hockey Houlahan and director Robert Altman's nineteen seventy movie mash she was also Rodney Dangerfield English professor and back to school quick side note on the movie mash I guess you would call it method acting there is a scene in the mash movie again from nineteen seventy and what's hot lips goes to take a shower and she goes and you know and they got to like the big tarp around it because it wasn't like they build stuff in Korea during the war and then Hawkeye and trapper John Elliott Gould and Donald Sutherland and the rest of the camp gathered around around it in the in the scene and I guess you could call it method acting Sally Kellerman actually went in to the shower naked and the scene asked and all of a sudden the Tarporley covering around the shower dropped and everybody in the mash unit was sitting around in chairs and Qatar naked is she freaked out what was interesting was that Robert Altman did not tell Sally Kellerman if that's what they were going to do yeah I know like what went on in basic instinct yes and he did it just so he would get a natural IB adds role or on natural I guess reaction yes genius directing genius correctly president addressed the nation yesterday about dinner time more on that after headlines traffic and weather president.
"kellerman" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Well sports the video recommendations Kellerman handed over to you right now you know what this means its top musical yes sorry we had a little bit of a glitch there I'm sorry about that it's time for the musical Simon and you know it sounds like we might have sports in some bizarre form or fashion by mid June who knows if seasons will actually be back under way but it's giving us a lot of hope you know there's been the whole poster from tight end he's been talking to you guys on the morning show about the hope and I love having baseball back and other games and some to look forward to and gives us all something to look forward to so we're going to pick songs about believing or hope okay yeah who's getting killed okay I'll take it off I'm gonna start with I assume that I had on cassette as a young man probably I was twelve or something like that and you know my mom love John she had a madman across the water on vinyl and all that kind of stuff so and then the Elton John was on the line keeps on track so my generation was like Elton John you know big time and so he put out a record called made in England I think it was such something like late nineties or something like that and the first track on that is called I believe and he just believes the whole time and I believe because he believes nice I believe in love for mountain John it tastic and I know she added without without even having to ask or remind you already know you're going to you're gonna go and you can update our a Facebook page with the playlist right absolutely baby course these were people that would like to dive into that that can be found on Spotify is that correct that's correct what's the search honestly because I'm going to do it because I got Spotify to what what's the search all these podcasts yes okay thank you yeah any Elton John is fine with me soon so all is always welcome on the podcast wanna see real quick to just a little musician note here kills your love about those all John record from the seventies is the production the drum sound that they got like a rocket man or save a life and I did I don't know the system like cannons going off duty now production series you guys like that great production yeah I'm I'm taking it from here Paul you're going to close it out I'm gonna be short and sweet here Ben Harper and the innocent criminals I've loved in our prisons for instance his first record yeah the guy just seems to have his head and heart in the right place and loves lyrics are very worldly very bigger picture yeah he's got a song called with my own two hands been Arbor with my own two hands the song starts out with I can change the world with my own two hands make.
Daniel Kehlmann: Tyll
"Every once in awhile I come upon a writer who excites me so much that even more than usual. My enthusiasm is entire. That is the case with the book this week. Till by the writer. Daniel Kellerman K. E. H. L. M. A. N. N. and I'm spelling till is Spelt T. Y. L. L. The book is named for the folkloric. Famous gesture kill even Spiegel. Who is the King of Pranksters? He is sometimes like a Shakespearean for but sometimes function is to provoke violence and disparate disagreement among his audiences. Is this the role that you hope to fill Daniel You mean that I want to fill as a writer. You mean that I was hoping for till two to fill in the book both I think. Yes both definitely. There's old trope. That literature is something that's enlightening and makes people better and makes people better human beings and teach them things and that's all true but it's also there is also the other side of literature that it can be something Dark and frightening and confusing and a good way and I think till stints for that and I think as a writer you should not lose touch to that initial original darkness of the literary art form. This book is set during the Thirty Years War in the seventeenth century till as a traveling entertainer but he is also a singer and dancer and in learning to walk the tightrope. He does what I think you do as a writer living just a step ahead of the inevitable for failure dogs till and he learns to walk the tightrope step by step ahead of the failure of falling in this book and in the one that precedes. By the way you should have left. You are giving the reader a chance to experience healthy and exciting bafflement intil. It's caused between the chapters. There are jumps in time that force us to understand that. We've fallen that. The political circumstances during the thirty years war have changed and here we are in a new chapter and the smell in the battlefield of ordure and all of the soldiers excrement greets us at the beginning of chapter and we are told also prior that around a castle. All of the excrement that's been tossed from its windows. Provide a motive NYC substance. Now Tell me how did this book become this exploration of living in excrement what you find out when you look into life in that period called early Bader not and in in in the seventeenth century you just find out Hygiene really was something that only came into being in the eighteenth century as one of the products of enlightenment and before that we had a world without hygiene and then of course. That's what you do as a writer. You do not only research you also have to liberty to imagine what does that actually mean and So I of course I couldn't help myself sending my imagination into also that part of life. What does it mean when you have an army of one hundred thousand people? What would that be in terms of hygiene and I? I can't say that was the most enjoyable part of writing but also I felt like it's an important part of truth. It's very hard to. Yes right about smell but I felt like I needed right smell into the book a lot.
"kellerman" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"That's swim down the Thames and the attempts to cross the English Channel. Were Not Annette Kellerman. Only long distance races in the nineteen hundreds before leaving Australia. She had taken multiple long distance. Swims down the Yarra river including becoming the first woman to complete a ten mile stretch in nineteen o five. She participated in a race down the Seine where she tied for third with with Thomas. William Burgess in her account of this race and how to swim. She wrote that well. Meaning spectators kept calling out that she was almost there and had just two bridges more and when she realized she was not almost there and She became just really because she had worn herself out. Doing what she thought was her final. Push to the finish line. So when Burgess caught up to her and saw that she was crying and very lovely show of sporting behaviour he stayed with her and encouraged her for the rest of of the race and that is how they came to tie in June of nineteen ninety. Six Kellerman also won a twenty two mile or thirty six kilometer race down the Danube I think anyone who has ever run a race knows the the your of. Please don't tell me you're almost there when you're not you're not now anyway. It was a little bit unclear to me whether these were the people in the guide boat or the people who were just spectators who are saying that read like see. They got her a couple times and then like time number three of them being like. You're almost there. She was like no. I'M NOT WELL RIGHT. And it's almost always well intentioned like you. I let this be a note. If you're ever spectating sporting event please don't fit into the participant because it does more harm their head game than than help In and most of these events Kellerman was one of very few women sometimes. She was the only woman and she typically swam them wearing a swimsuit that was actually made for men so this was not unheard of in Australia at this point Swimming was already a more established sport in Australia than it was in the United Kingdom or the United States but it was astonishing in a lot of the rest of the english-speaking world where water was for bathing not for swimming bathing meant getting into the water a little way and you might wait or play or maybe float a little out there. But you didn't really swim and a lot of people didn't even know how to swim. The idea of man-made swimming-pool was also still quite recent at this point like there had not even been one built for the Olympics yet so like bathing was a thing that happened at a beach whether it was like a lakeside beach or a seashore beach. It did not really have it in a pool and even if you wanted to swim if you are a woman around the turn of the twentieth century you're bathing entire was not something. You could actually swim in the standard bathing costume for. Women was essentially address with a link that ranged within a couple of inches above or below the knee. It had a blouse top and puffy usually short sleeves. Sometimes with the sailor's collar. It was cinched belted or ribboned at the waist worn with stockings and bathing slippers or sometimes even bathing boots. That went all the way up. The cavs and many women were their bathing close with corsets and other underpinnings. Here is what Annette Kellerman had to say about these outfits quote. There is no more reason why you should wear those awful water overcoats. Those awkward unnecessary lumpy bathing suits. And there is that you should wear lead chains. Heavy bathing suits have caused more deaths by drowning than cramps. I am certain there isn't a single reason under the sun why everybody should not wear lightweight. Suits anyone who persuades you to wear? The heavy skirt kind is endangering your life just thinking about wearing tights into the water is a horrifying prospect to me. I don't know why it just kind of grosses me out For Competitive Women Swimmers. There was a grudging exception to the standard of dress. They wear a men's bathing suit which was more like a t shirt and shorts sometimes constructed all one piece but this also starts a whole chicken and egg situation. Women weren't supposed to be seen in a tire that they could actually swim in which created a huge barrier for entry for the sport of swimming. If people are like well I guess you can wear amend seat for this race. That left the question of like training you would need to be able to compete in the race in the first place. Was this whole social standard of what was acceptable for women's aware that led Kellerman. Who invents a new swimsuit in nineteen o five? She was scheduled for a swimming performance at London's Bath Club and some of the royal family was to be in attendance. The men's bathing suits that she had been wearing was determined to be inappropriate because it was too revealing so Kellerman bought a pair of black stockings and she sewed them to the legs of Hermens bathing. Suit creating what was effectively a one piece garment that covered her from her shoulders to her feet from there. She began tweaking and refining. This original design eventually developing a one piece forfeiting garment without sleeves. The lengths of the legs varied from full length and stocking lake to stopping at the guy. Although this would be considered pretty modest swimwear by today's standards it was not at all modest by the standards of the day. Like we said before the first the very idea of a woman in public and such a garment was enough sell newspapers. It's widely reported that. In one thousand nine hundred seventy Kellerman was arrested for indecency on Revere Beach in Massachusetts. While wearing one of these swimsuits. Although there's no arrest in the large books it's a story that came up again and again and again during her own lifetime including from her own mouth like I don't think she made this up but people have noted that like the can't find a document that actually details the arrest in spite of heavy resistance to the idea of women being out in public so relatively unclothed Kellerman persisted. She launched her own line of Women's swimwear. Some of which came with a modesty panel which was a close fitting skirt that went from waist to knee covering the size but bringing along far less fabric and weight than the previous era of swimsuits. She became so closely associated to this type of swimwear that soon people were calling anything that looked like it and Annette Kellerman or just a Kellerman. Although it wasn't name she trademarked and went to court to defend when she needed to an at some beaches. Kellerman type suits were actually banned as Kellerman became more famous than her swimsuits became more widely adopted at gradually became more acceptable for women to be seen in them and for women to participate in the sport of swimming and compounding that for swimming in general to be seen as a recreational activity. Some of this was part of an overall growth in the popularity of swimming. But it wasn't just happenstance. Kellerman was an active advocate for women to learn to swim and for swimming to be seen as an acceptable form of exercise recreation and competition for women. She wrote quote. I am not trying to shut man out of swimming. There's enough water in the world for all of us. But as men can indulge in so many other sports where women can make a poor showing or cannot compete all swimming may well be called the women's Sport but unfortunately this progress did not apply to all women. Even though Kellerman herself wrote things like quote. There is nothing more democratic than swimming and a clean. Cool beautiful cheap thing. We all from cats to kings can enjoy. Swimming was not actually accessible to everyone in the United States public beaches and as they were built public swimming. Pools were often racially segregated and the indigenous population was barred from many public swimming areas in Australia. So Kellerman was a staunch advocate for making swimming accessible to women that was really most applicable to white women and to add another layer to all of this a lot of the swimming strokes that she learned as a child and then helped to popularize an as an adult were either patterned after or directly taught to white swimmers by indigenous. Australians and indigenous people from elsewhere in the Pacific so like a lot of the art and skill of swimming drew from indigenous knowledge but indigenous people were excluded from a lot of public swimming locations in addition to contributing to the popularity and at least for some accessibility of swimming Annette Kellerman fame and skill led to a completely different aspect of her career. Vaudeville in Hollywood. We're GONNA talk about that after we pause for a sponsor break. Hi I'M ESTHER DEAN. I'm excited to welcome you to a brand new season of Song Land and Sung lands podcast. We have an amazing roster talent. This season I promise you. You don't WanNa miss one single episode. Don't miss some men. Monday nights at ten nine central on NBC. And Join US your song podcast available every week after show on the IHEART APT or wherever you get your podcast. A lot of Kellerman Spain as swimmer came because she was naturally a performer. She was definitely talented. I don't want to overlook that. At all she legitimately one races and she set records and she was one of the best swimmers of her era but a lot of the attention that she got for their successes was due to showmanship an openness with her body. That was not really typical for the time a woman swimmer was already relatively novel in a lot of places and a woman swimmer who flaunted social expectations to proudly wear a scandalous swimsuit. Was a real attention getter. This attention actually led her to a career in Vaudeville in one thousand nine hundred six. Having performed at the London hippodrome and won numerous races in Europe. She sailed for the United States to perform at amusement parks and theatres. Her VAUDEVILLE act involved a combination of swimming high diving water stunts and Mermaid shows for which she often designed Oliver in costumes. She would eventually donate Oliver Costumes and Memorabilia to the Sydney Opera House. We will put a link in the show notes where you can go look at them on. There's a lot there lots and lots of pictures of this collection that you can browse through and they are fascinating. Although water shows already existed in Vaudeville Kellerman added a lot of her own flair INC ballet and other movement in what would become a precursor to synchronized swimming. Her biggest production at the New York hippodrome included a core of two hundred. Mermaids all swimming in tandem she also tried her hand at other types of performance including male impersonation and high wire walking by nineteen fourteen Kellerman had become one of the highest paid performers in.
"kellerman" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"The closest she came in these three attempts to actually crossing was about three quarters of the way which took ten and a half hours later. Kellerman would say she thought she had the endurance to swim the channel but not the raw strength in her nineteen eighteen book. How to swim she wrote this. She didn't think a woman would ever successfully swim the English Channel. She was proven wrong. In one thousand nine hundred eighty six when gertrude? Etter Lee crossed in fourteen hours. Thirty nine minutes not only swimming. The channel but beating previous record time by more than two hours. Today there are lots of women swim across the English Channel including swimming at three consecutive times like swimming. It across one way and then going back and then going back cross again which is astounding to me so in. Kellerman first attempt to swim across the English Channel. The male swimmers who were swimming that night were allowed to be nude but she had to wear a swimsuit that shaved her skin just terribly and this brings us to her efforts to make suitable swimwear for women which we will talk about more after a sponsor break support for stuffy missed in history. Class comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans. Home today is so much more than it was yesterday. But it rocket mortgage home is still about you during these challenging times. We're all experiencing the top priority. Rocket Mortgage is the health and safety of the communities. They serve and while things are changing quickly every day. One thing that will never change is their team's commitment to giving you the best mortgage experience possible that's why if you need mortgage support. Their team of experts is there to answer questions and offer solutions. They understand the hardships happen. And they are here to help. Whether that means working with you to save money on your mortgage or finding a new way to navigate payments if you have questions. The team at rocket mortgage has answers. They know how important your home is to you because you are important to them if you need mortgage assistance. The home loan experts at rocket mortgage are available to help twenty four hours a day seven days a week from their home to yours. The team at rocket mortgage is with you visit rocket mortgage dot com slash history to learn more call for cost information and conditions. Equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states and consumer access dot. Org Number Thirty thirty this episode of Steffi Mystery class is brought to you by best fiends. I like my job but sometimes I need a quick break and one of my favorite things to do. A break is something that involves puzzles and best. Fiends is a puzzle game. That is very casual. You can play it whenever you want to. For whatever amount of time you want to be long or short it is a game made for adults but it's full of adorable bug characters which are my part of it. They are fighting off slugs in a game that you progress through with a series of ever changing puzzles. This is a unique and exciting experience. That's unlike other puzzle games out there. The game is updated monthly with new levels and events so it never gets old. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Download this five star rated mobile puzzle game on the apple APP store and Google. Play four free that is friends with our best fiends.
"kellerman" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Hello and welcome to the bypass. I'm Tracy Wilson. I'm calling FRY Summer's coming at least in Theory Scheuer Shoe. Summer has definitely arrived where you are. Incidentally Yeah I mean I guess technically it's still cooler than it usually would be this time of year yet. It is not warm at all. It's fifty seven degrees right now. We're recording this on. May Thirtieth. Yeah like I think our high today might be eighty which sounds hot to some people but for Atlanta at the end of May. That's really not. Yeah Yeah it's it's been. We've had an unseasonably cool May Up here in New England anyway. at least in theory summer is either on the way or here for most but not all of our listeners. It seems like a good time talk about swimming. We yes specifically we are talking about a net. Kellerman who gets a lot of credit for developing the woman's one piece bathing suit and then for making it socially appropriate for women and a lot of the English speaking world to put on an outfit that you could actually swim in drowning and then go out in public that way and perhaps kind of ironically. She was Australian where it is definitely not coming on summer so Australians. We have some Australian history today. That is Seasonally incongruous for where you actually live. Yeah unless you happen to be a somebody who's downloading late in the game in which case store. Jerez our for you as well Annette. Kellerman was born in the suburbs of Sydney Australia. Choose coyly about her birthday. And it's variously cited as July fifth or sixth of eighteen eighty six eighteen eighty seven or eight hundred eighty eight The six is the most frequently cited date. Her father. Frederick was a violinist born in Australia and her mother. Alice was a pianist and music teacher. Who was originally from France when she was young and it had to wear braces on her legs because of persistent weakness and not only were these braces painful to wear but she also found them embarrassing. The cause is unclear. A few sources cite rickets or polio and later on in her life she speculated that he might have been a calcium deficiency her according to her own account actual doctors at the time said that it was because she had been allowed to learn to walk too early or that she had chalk in her bones. Neither of those are real. Things would have caused her to leg braces so totally unclear but the braces were a real part of her life. As you get when you go to cartoon doctors like chalk in your bones sounds like such a cartoon diagnosed and chalk bones is a nickname for like one. Yeah congenital bone condition but it has nothing to do with what she was experiencing a totally different set of symptoms. So very weird. Yeah whatever the cause of her disability. Eventually her father visited a doctor who recommended swimming lessons. And it I was really terrified of this plan Probably because it meant exposing her legs to people wish she did not want to do because they were visibly undeveloped and she begged not to have to go but her parents and the doctor were. All Certain. Swimming would really help. So she and her brothers were taken to Frederick cavs bath so they can learn to swim and the cavs were actually a whole family of swimmers. They're in the international swimming hall of fame for their combined contributions to the sport. It's like a net a lot longer to get the hang of swimming than it took her brothers. They were both able to swim on their own after a handful of lessons but it took a net close to twenty but once he knew how to do it as predicted. It really did help her build her strength in her legs and with the water supporting her she could move around without having to wear the braces and that would later describe her gradual improvement through swimming as a process of intense joy by the time she reached the age of Thirteen. Her muscle development was more or less typical for a child her age although she was susceptible to muscle strains and had to wear very tightly laced boots until she was eighteen. A lot of the swimming strokes that are recognized and used competitively today. We're still new or in the process of being developed and refined. So what a net learned at. I was basically the breaststroke. And that was the stroke that she used mostly when she was exercising. At first at about the age of fifteen she started branching out into learning other strokes putting dedicated effort and sue practicing them and getting better at them and soon. She told her parents that she wanted to start competing in swimming. Her first swimming race was a local event and she wanted. Annette's father had been incredulous when she said she wanted to enter a swimming race. He thought his swimming is something she was doing because of her disability not as something she would seriously pursue for her own sake but once she had that first win under her belt he was instrumental in her progress as a competitive swimmer. Essentially becoming both your trainer and her coach as soon as she started seriously competing and that started winning races and setting records in Nineteen ninety-two at the age of about sixteen. She won a one hundred yard championship for New South Wales and also set a world record for swimming a mile with a time of thirty two minutes and twenty nine seconds that same year she started participating in Long Distance. Swimming races and public diving demonstrations her time in the water wasn't only about competition though she started doing mermaid shows in Australian aquariums along with other aquatic performances while she was still in her teens although she was winning races and making a name for herself as a competitive swimmer she wasn't really able to earn an income from doing so so a net and her father moved to England with the hope of finding more lucrative opportunities to compete and perform. Once they arrived in England they had a really hard time getting started. Although in that already held multiple records in swimming they didn't know anyone and a net didn't have a local reputation to try to build on. So we're a father hatched a plan to drum up some publicity. She would swim twenty six miles which was forty two kilometers down the Tim's from Putney to Black Wall in nineteen o five a net at about age. Eighteen became the first woman to make this swim. Although it did indeed bring in a lot of media attention. This swim itself was terrible. The Thames was filthy and Annette later said she felt like she'd swallowed big mouthfuls of oil from the surface of the river. She also had to dodge a lot of flotsam garbage tugboats and barges along the way but afterward a sports editor from the Daily Mirror approached her with another idea. The Daily Mirror was the first paper in the UK to use photographs rather than illustrations and the editor thought that articles on net complete with photographs of her in the scandalous swimwear. That we're going to talk about a little bit more later. That would sell a lot of papers so we offered to back her in attempts in an attempt to swim across the English Channel along with paying for and writing about swims along the coast to train for it. This entire enterprise was wildly successful in almost every way an training swims down. The coast drew huge crowds and the articles and their corresponding photo sold. Lots of papers. She swam an average of forty five miles or seventy two kilometers per week. Increasing the distance of each swim until she'd done the twenty four mile stretch from Dover to Ramsgate at that point. She thought she was ready to try to conquer the channel although that's a slightly shorter distance than her swim down the Thames swimming in the English Channel is far more difficult due to the very cold water the waves and the tides. She made her first attempts to swim across the English Channel along with six men on August. Twenty four thousand nine hundred zero five. They all started their swimming about three in the morning. All from different points along the coast based on where they thought the currents and the tides would be the most advantageous each swimmer was accompanied by a steam tug at a robot in case they fell into some distress along the way and then periodically hot chocolate or food could be handed down to the swimmers from these boats to keep their energy up. An advertiser had given an chocolate to eat along the way. But the combination of chocolate and the choppy water really made her seasick. The further she went the bigger. Her payday would be though so she kept herself going through that. Seasickness Bhai thinking the longer you stick the more you get. She stuck it out for about six and a half hours and she was paid thirty pounds. This was the first of Kellerman three attempts to swim the English Channel and as with her swim down the Thames. She was the first woman to make.
Explorers & Contenders: Annette Kellerman
"Meet the one and only a net. Kellerman a net. Marie Sara Kellerman was born in eighteen. Eighty six in Merrillville Australia. A suburb of Sydney. Her father was an Australian violinist and her mother was a French pianist and music teacher. As a child Annette's legs weren't strong enough to support her so she wore metal braces as a form of physical therapy and conditioning. And that's parents took her to a local pool. She later described that experience. Saying only a cripple could understand the intense joy I experienced after I learned. I go swimming anywhere anytime. The swimming really did help. Strengthen a nets legs. She was a natural in the water and she had a flair for the dramatic throughout her life and that would combine her sport with feeder to entertain the public by the time. She was around fifteen years old. She was winning races in setting speed records. She was also performing diving exhibitions and swimming in twice. Daily shows with fish at an aquarium her skill and ability to entertain set a net part and she further made a name for herself as a fashion icon at that point in time. Victorian societal norms were strict. When it came to swimming tire women were supposed to Don pantaloons and a loose dress so as not to show their figures a net found that overly burdensome and created a new kind of beating costume hers left her arms exposed and was very tight warlike one piece bathing suits today if they extended down as shorts or pants and that was actually arrested for indecency while swimming on each during a Uso trip to Massachusetts in one thousand nine hundred seven volynets spent much of her life making varied contributions to fashion entertainment and society at large. These achievements stemmed from her incredible talent at her sport among other feats and that set the world record for the Fastest Mile. Swam and help the swim records for a number of major rivers around the world after moving from Australia to England. She swam a daily circuit from town to town along the coast in preparation for an attempt to swim across the English Channel. She eventually did try and fail to swim across the body of water though she made it three quarters of the way despite that failure a net kept on swimming and winning races. She swam in a seven mile race through Paris in front of five hundred thousand spectators and tied with another woman to sixteen men after. You're up a net headed across the Atlantic to the US stateside annette focused more on the performance part of rear. She wowed audiences by stunt swimming and high diving. She also allowed many with physical appearance. A Harvard professor deemed a Net. The perfect woman because her measurements were so similar to those of the Venus Diallo. Naturally this proclamation helped draw in even larger crowds. Those who couldn't make it to a live show. We're in luck. A net took her talents to Hollywood at the height of the silent movie era. She appeared in multiple films though most are now considered lost. Because there's no known footage still in existence. Most of her movies had plots connected to water and she often played a mermaid notably and that was the first major actress to appear. Fully Nude onscreen annette continued swimming and performing until the nineteen forties. She credited the sport with changing her life in nineteen eighteen. She said but for swimming. I might have been hobbling about on crutches today instead of skating. Dancing and indulging in twenty five mile constitutional in addition to making my regular livelihood as a moving picture mermaid or flirting with toto. The funny fish through the walls of the glass tank at the New York hippodrome later in life a net became an author speaker and owned a health food store in Long Beach California. She continued to swim till nearly the end of her life. In nineteen seventy a net and her husband who had been her manager moved back to Australia. A net died in nineteen seventy five. She was eighty nine years old. Annette Kellerman popularized her sport and buck norms for her gender paving the path for future women swimmers success. She was honored by the International Swimming Hall of fame and she has a star on the Hollywood walk of
Watchdog: Syrian air force responsible for chemical attacks
"An international chemical weapons watchdog has issued a report blaming Syria for a series of attacks in March of two thousand seventeen as NPR's Michelle Kellerman tells us the US calls the report damning and accuses Russia of trying to shield the Syrian government from Accountability Secretary of State. Mike Pompeo says the US shares the same conclusions as the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons his statement says the US also believes that the Syrian regime retains quote sufficient chemicals and expertise to use Sarin and chlorine munitions and to develop new chemical weapons. Syria agreed to get rid of its chemical weapon stockpiles in two thousand thirteen under pressure from the US and Russia one State Department official says Russia has since blocked every effort to hold Bouchara. Assad's regime accountable. Even as Syria continued to carry out attacks. Like the ones documented by the
Russell Westbrook on ejection: I'm always the bad guy
"Russell. Westbrook Edna eventful night against those warriors. The good twenty one points at ten assists in the win the bad westbrook was ejected after receiving second technical foul in the fourth quarter. Here he is after the game stopped me guy but if you watch the clip obviously I hit. Lebron wasn't on purpose of I'M GONNA Glassy. Got Hit he says to me I said something to him. Standing there guy comes to national ball in my hand. You guys can run up to me. I didn't move but I'm always the one that gets payment bad guy in the whole situation. I just think it's unfair after all that. I'm only when I get kicked out. That's not fair. I don't care what nobody says. there's so many other people involved in doing so many things that weren't okay What I'm the one. That gets the tech jacket in everybody else's Congo supplied. All like I said I I take responsibility for the whole Marcel. To Heighten West. Goes hard every night? You GotTa Love. It's hard but stephen this point he's got a league-high thirteen tax. Are you concerned about him? Comply off times. I'm concerned about them. Here's a reality situation. I'm not concerned about him. From the standpoint of he is real and authentic as he is against West West but doesn't have a phoney bone in his body and he goes after it. But here's the problem Max Kellerman since Kevin Durant left Oklahoma City Russell. Westbrook hasn't been out of the first round. There's been out of first round. Not only that. He hasn't even shot forty percent from the field in the postseason the last three years. And when you look at Houston and what is expected of them right now. He's averaging twenty seven seven and seven. He's been an absolute monarch. He's been he's been sensational about it. But Max he's only shooting twenty four percent for three point range. When playoff Tom Arrives? They slow the game down. Defense is gift back. They don't give up anything to audit will give too much rather in the open court stonehouse some way. They're going to force you to take perimeter south now Russell. Westbrook is going to get his somehow some way but is it going to be through the high volume variety. That doesn't necessarily work. Come post-season Tom. You're going to have to elevate your level of efficiency. And if you don't do that plus your temperamental and it gets physical. He clearly is strong enough. Big enough he can be a bully when he wants to be. Because you got a lot of cats that scare him because he is Hiroshi but in the end that can work against you come playoff time particularly against some of the bigger names. He'll need to be careful.
Palestinian Leader Denounces Trump’s Mideast Plan at U.N.
"When the trump administration unveiled its Middle East peace plan the president of the Palestinian authority responded with quote a thousand nose at the UN security council today Mahmoud Abbas tried to show he was not alone in opposing comes plan which favors Israeli positions and tears Michele Kellerman has more holding up the map that the trump administration propose muck mood Abbas told the security council that it would leave a future Palestinian state fragmented without any real control over airspace land or sea Abbas spoke through an interpreter why did though that this is the state that they will give us yeah yeah like a Swiss cheese really the whole among you will accept according to a similar state and similar conditions Abbas's allies dropped plans to have the security council vote on a resolution condemning the plan a trump administration statement said it was a sign that the quote old way of doing things is over and that diplomats are ready to think outside the box rather than fall back on the calcified Palestinian position but most council members did criticize the US planned European diplomats said it departs from the internationally agreed parameters of a negotiated settlement to the Israeli Palestinian conflict Abbas argued through an interpreter that the deal legitimizes the quote confiscation and annexation of Palestinian land I would like to say to Mr Donald Trump yeah I'm not the rule that the proposed American do you cannot achieve peace and security because I canceled international legitimacy you can cancel international legitimacy trump's plan gives Palestinians for years to negotiate during that time Israel is not supposed to build on land that according to its map would be part of a Palestinian state but it also gives a green light to Israel to declare sovereignty over Israeli settlements in the occupied west bank without any agreement from the Palestinians Israel's ambassador to the U. N. Danny denounces Israel will coordinate that with the trump administration we value the walk of the administration we know that will come out that in the visits of the team to a religion hundreds of meetings and we all talking with them we will coordinate with them our next moves like we did in the past and we have a strong partnership with the United States he blasted Abbas for rushing to the U. N. rather than negotiating with Israel or making a counter offer and unknown told the security council that peace won't be possible until Abbas leaves office the US ambassador Kelly craft question whether this debate was worth the time my fervent hope is that after today's rhetoric clears Palestinian leaders will see this plan for the opportunity areas roll up their sleeves and seize this chance to sit down with the leaders of Israel to begin a new conversation trump son in law an adviser Jared Kushner who drafted the plan told CNN that if the Palestinians don't negotiate they're going to quote screw up another opportunity like they've screwed up every opportunity that they've ever had and quote Abbas made a point this afternoon of appearing alongside a former Israeli prime minister a Ehud Olmert who called Abbas a man of peace their talks failed in two thousand eight after all merit was indicted for bribery and forced to resign Michele Kelemen
Nigeria ‘Blindsided’ by Trump Travel Ban, Its Top Diplomat Says
"Secretary of state Mike Pompeii always met with Nigeria's foreign minister just days after that country was added to the US travel ban is NPR's Michele Kelemen reports Nigerian officials are expressing disappointment over the move Nigeria is a key partner in fighting ISIS Boko haram and other terrorist groups and as Pompey points out it's also a major trading partner that's why Nigeria's foreign minister Jeffrey on yama was so surprised that the US announced it would no longer issue immigrant visas for Nigerians we were somewhat blind sided with the announcement of the visa restrictions by the by the U. S. he says Nigeria has been working through the concerns that the U. S. raised about passports and sharing security information Nigeria was one of six countries added to the trump administration's travel ban last Friday Michele Kellerman NPR news the state
Nigeria working to have U.S. travel ban lifted -foreign minister
"Just days after the trump administration added Nigeria to a visa ban list secretary of state Mike Pompeii met with the country's foreign minister is NPR's Michele Kelemen Nigeria is a key partner in fighting ISIS Boko haram and other terrorist groups and as Pompey points out it's also a major trading partner that's why Nigeria's foreign minister Jeffrey on yama was so surprised that the US announced it would no longer issue immigrant visas for Nigerians we were somewhat blind sided with the announcement of the visa restrictions by the by the U. S. he says Nigeria has been working through the concerns that the U. S. raised about passports and sharing security information Nigeria was one of six countries added to the trump administration's travel ban last Friday Michele Kellerman NPR news the state
State Department denies NPR reporter a spot on Pompeo's plane
"The US state department confirms it has removed an NPR reporter from secretary of state Mike Pompeii as upcoming trip to Europe and Central Asia reporter Michele Kellerman was scheduled to be on Pompeii as plain but not anymore the state department's correspondence association claims it's retaliation after a public dispute between palm pale and another NPR reporter Mary Louise Kelley the state department did not provide a reason as to why kill men would not be traveling with
Stampede kills 56 at funeral for Iran general killed by US
"The foreign minister of Iran says that Qassem Soleimani was in Baghdad on a diplomatic mission when he was killed in a U. S. drone strike and peers Michele Kellerman reports the US is denying that secretary of state Mike Pompeii mocks the idea that the Iranian commander killed by the U. S. was on a diplomatic mission is there any history that would indicate that it was remotely possible that this kind gentleman this diplomat of great order Qassem Soleimani had traveled to Baghdad for the idea of conducting a peace mission Iraq's prime minister has said that he was trying to mediate between the Saudis and Iranians and so the money was in Baghdad carrying Iran's message about that Pompeii says he's been speaking with the Saudis who he says share his view that sell money was not in Iraq to work on any agreement that was going to reduce risk to Americans Michele Kellerman NPR news the state department so the money's burial has begun after delay following a deadly stampede in the revere generals hometown of Carmen Iranian state TV reports at least fifty six people were killed and more than two hundred were injured during the funeral procession it's unclear how the stampede
"kellerman" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"They're not gonna give them max money, which is the mistake. They've made through the years always strike out on LeBron. Let's give Stottlemyre. Amac deal. They're not going to do that again. They claim my prediction is. That's exactly what they'll do dones. Terrible owner, and he'll cave and do the impulsive thing. And I predict Kemba Walker until by his Harris or your free agents. That's my prediction. Maybe I'm wrong. Because I've been told no no if they don't get an MVP, caliber guy worth the max. Kevin durant. Kobe leonard. Maybe Kyrie Irving is four and a half stars. Then they're just going to build through through the draft and build a team, the right way that remains to be seen, you know, RJ Barry. Kevin Knox Dennis Smith junior, so nice little pad nucleus at all. And they'll be just bad enough again to have another high draft pick. And then if they show over a couple years, this is a healthy environment and they have cap space, then they'll get a free agent, but just because they have good people running the organization now on the level on the managerial level doesn't mean that people still don't look and go Dolan is the problem fish rots from the head down. And what the Knicks have been in the last quarter century since Dolan, took over the team is a rotten fish. I think we gotta pay some bills. So coming up on the Stephen Smith show, max Kellerman, infra, Stephen a Smith at some point I'm going to get into a little fight game little boxing Deontay, wilder talking about Anthony Joshua's lost big contrast to in the way he's talking about Anthony, Joshua. And the way Tyson fury is talking about Anthony, Joshua Tyson fury with the fight coming up Deontay wilder scheduled to fight Luis. Ortiz, King Kong Ortiz, in rematch of an excellent, I fight and then fury in the first quarter of next year. If you beats Ortiz in a rematch of another excellent fight lock going on in the heavyweight division. Plus, I'll tell you about a heavyweights probably not even on your radar yet who could wind up champ. Why not real real good fighter Olympic gold medalist? But that's a little later in the show. We're sticking with NBA finals. Of course..
"kellerman" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"So they didn't give it to curry, no, had they won dream on was going to get 'em DP, but they lost because Steph curry, the conductor of the greatest half court orchestra in the history of basketball, couldn't or. Orchestrate a single point in the last four minutes and twenty two seconds, missing threes, passing up on threes. Throwing careless unforced errors behind the back passes to clay that we're going out of bounce turning the ball over not a single home in a game seven for seventy three win team a team that was about to be anointed had, they won that game, the greatest team in the history of American team sports Seventy-three wins win a championship against LeBron James on a super team. And at home, you can't muster a single point in the final four twenty two of game seven fate of the universe on the line. That's on Steph. We saw it then K D joins a team. Sure enough. He wins the next to MVP's when is Steph, I thought going to show up when his team needs him, not when it's overwhelming in his favor. But when he needs to do something extra in the finals to get the win. I saw it last night. They didn't get the win. But that wasn't Steffes full. I saw last night. We'll he's never had to do so much for a win. No. He has at times, and he hasn't gotten it done. But what I saw yesterday. What I saw last night was an all time great in his full prime, not just physically gifted, not later on in the guy's career when their declined. But now they make up for it with acumen. I saw a guy putting it all together. That was an a plus performance by Steph. There's another level, though. And here's the next level for Steph, you have a hobbled. Claire, you don't have clay. You don't have. K D. Now, let me see you do that. You don't have to win the series. I get it. Let me see you win a game. Let me see. Steph have a performance like that in a win. Now, there are levels to this, you know, who's done that emits playoffs repeatedly Kawai Leonard. He's been less than his best in the finals. He has bad wheels right now. But I've seen throughout these playoffs. Be the best player on the floor. Even when a teammate wasn't stepping up and get by a loaded Sixers team hitting the one of the all time. Great game winning shots around Simmons in beads face. Get by a loaded bucks team wire-to-wire. They the best record in basketball with the Greek freak the league MVP, I think, and co locking them down on defense and scoring on them on offense. I've seen Leonard do that. And now I'm beginning to see Steph in full bloom. Let's not pretend it was like that so far. There are some guys who've done it there. So it doesn't. It always has to be that way for a guy, James harden conflict, the script one day, but there's a script to be flipped. Let's not pretend there wasn't there isn't and let's not pretend there wasn't a script to be flipped for Steph because there is any started to do it last night, it eight seven to nine three seven seven six. So this leads me to this question. I don't know if it leads me to this question, but I wanted to say that the hell with whether it leads me to the question, I'll just ask the question anyway. Do you was it a good idea to hold back clay in game three? And what about game four kind of a must win for the warriors, right? I don't believe these playing again in this series playing in this series. I think it's worse than they're saying if I'm wrong time, we'll tell it always does. But I don't think I don't think these playing again. If he does that changes everything. But right now, if you don't have K D for game four you didn't play gaming claiming game three what he have made a difference. What if he's not right for game four he's going into a contract? You don't forget now, clay, it was going to say play me play me me. But what do you do if you're the warriors? And now at this is a layer of complexity. Stephen a Smith. Sure. He talked about it on this show. We talked about on I take listening to the Stephen a Smith show. ESPN radio. It's your boy max Kellerman, sitting in for Stephen today..
"kellerman" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"But I'll remind you that the first two games were with clay. The warriors got outplayed that makes three games you played so far. Two of them without clay sorry with clay and you've been out played in all three games. Now. Well, they had K D. Yeah. No kidding. Kevin Durant, one of the best players you'll ever see almost a perfect basketball player seven feet tall in his physical prime that Kevin Durant was added to a seventy three win team naturally. They can't be beaten if they're healthy. We already know that, but minus Katie and you knew you were minus gay de coming into the series, people who thought, well, the warriors just got this. You've been outplayed for three consecutive games. I see no reason why you won't be outplayed for another three consecutive games. I don't think this series is going past six, and I believe the raptors are winning it. However, we should talk about the injuries, and we will, and we're going to open up the phone lines at eight eight eight say ESPN that seven to nine three seven seven six here on the Stephen a Smith show, max Kellerman, sitting in for Stephen Smith. I wanna talk about Steph curry because I watch these guys very closely. And what I'm looking for in situations like this, and these high leverage moments, it's not just, oh these this players good. This is not gonna we know at this level. They're all really good. And when you get to this part in the play this kind of moment in the playoffs a stage of the playoffs, especially in the finals, you realize that the starters on both teams are going to be good players. I have a star system. Five stars in MVP, caliber player four's an all star three as a starter to is is role as a role player rotation player. And one is replacement level player. Steph curry is a five star player. MVP level, I get that. However, in a league where fifty thirty teams sixteen make the playoffs. So over fifty percent of the teams make the playoffs. You know what that means there's no such thing as an MVP that comes from a non playoff team? If you have an MVP caliber player on your team, you've made the plasma what about Anthony Davis. He played fifty something games this year. If you have an MVP caliber player, you make the playoffs. So I'm not looking at this level players like Steph curry at regular season records. I'm looking at how you do in the playoffs when it matters most and let me tell you what I've seen from Steph curry so far in his career. I've seen a guy where when he has overwhelming. Odds in his favor. His chest is out when it might go either way, I don't see the same player. I take no pleasure. In saying this, I'm telling you what I observe until last night. I saw Steph curry be something less than his best self in their first finals appearance against LeBron James, where LeBron James with Matthew deliver dove is second best player went six games against the mighty warriors. It is clear that the Cavs would have beaten the warriors head LeBron had Kyrie and Kevin love with Matthew della. Vedova is the second man. He won two games against the worst. He would've won four fully loaded. And Steph, like okay so he would've won MVP, right? No. You think they wouldn't want to give him the MVP? Of course they would. Well, look at his numbers. He scored a lot. Well, his scoring was better than Igwe dollars. Certainly, but based on the way he played the writers could not give him the MVP. They had to give it to Igwe dollar because it was so clear that LeBron James by so much the best player in the series, he should have won MVP. But this stupid tradition of only giving it to a player on the winning team no matter what the circumstances means that they weren't going to give it to LeBron in the history only happen. Once Jerry West one on a losing team in the finals. So the so what did they do as a tip of the cap Tula lebrons being as an acknowledgement implicitly? Lebron was the best buy so far, they gave it to the guy guarding LeBron Igwe dollar. They couldn't give it to curry. I'm not making that up then next year. Well, they lost..
"kellerman" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Suddenly got so good looking overnight, the answer would be, evidently, that is Sheboygan max Kellerman, sitting in for Stephen a on the Stephen a Smith show right now. My man is under the weather. So I'm pinch hitting. All right. Look, we got a lot to get to coming off a big finals game a game three potentially a pivotal game three. Let's see how this thing plays out. I'm here to tell you right now. I don't think you're getting K D back and without K D, even with Klay Thompson. My pick for this series was raptors in six closing it out at oracle. But you haven't had Klay Thompson, you didn't have them yesterday. And now you're down two games to one. You took home court. You gave it right back. Let's talk about what's really happened so far in this final series. Okay. The raptors have outplayed the warriors in game one where they beat them in game two where the warriors went on a run. But really the raptors lost because they couldn't hit wide open shots. And even then they played the box in one and people are complaining about it. It's a high school defense. Meantime, it kept the warriors scoreless for the last five minutes of the game last five minutes of the game. Before Steph curry almost turned the ball over. Luckily, wound up in dollars, hands, etc. Hits the shot to ice the game, then you gotta played in game three without clay. But I'll remind you that the first two games were with clay. The warriors got outplayed that makes three games you played so far. Two of them without clay sorry with clay and you've been out played.
"kellerman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"So we've been talking all day about this. There's a controversy on the set of I take max Kellerman has been very good to us. And he personally in the show and he's come off the set. And I don't know if there's disgrace. I don't know if there's tension on the set but play for the audience, what appears to be the sound Michael Ryan of MAC speller men is coughing. And then we don't know who created the next sound was at Molly, Stephen a was it max was Bomani Pablo. Although they tell me Bomani Impala weren't there. But I've worked with von Bomani Impala could've happened with them offset. Let's see what this sound is Patrick Beverley has that kind of guy and he's feisty. He ain't scared in it. No. But the difference is is that dream on usually arguing and fighting with the so there it is max. Yes. I mean, there's a foreign there isn't max. Yes. Or no. There's a in there someone fought on the set of I take yesterday. I had a gory tonight. No. I you know, I I right before I got off the set. I saw this during the last commercial break, and I tried to listen for it. And I couldn't hear it. Even just now when you played in. I couldn't hear it. But let's say that there was that noise. I don't know who dealt it. It wasn't me. That's all I can tell you. All right. Very good. Max thank you for checking familiar with whoever denied it supplied. It you work coughing you're coughing. And we thought they would have no win situation is put you in a no win situation, doesn't it? But I, you know, I also it's interesting out. I take you are accused of using various words that you actually didn't use. If you're misheard saying something, and I will take your word for it that there was some sound and that sound- sounded like afar, and perhaps it was. But it wasn't made one last follow up question because he's very busy. I don't wanna waste any more of his time. Just play the sound for form. Again, you still don't here. It comes here it listen. But it comes right after your cough. You will hear your okay? And the reason it's suspicious is because it seems like something muffled in your face. And then it came out, the back end pack kinda. Kinda guy and he's feisty. He ain't scared NFL Israel. No. But the difference is is that dream on loosley arguing and fighting the rats you heard it, right? I mean, I also did not hear it. But I will take your work for it. And I will also look at the video study. My facial expression. I will say this. I will say this. No, I did not far. I have forwarded in the past though that is true. But that is that's not one of the. We could ask you a question about it that if that is it that the idea is that I coughed. And then it like forced it out. You cough. Wait, those are two different ideas. One is you know, what's going to happen? So you cost to muffle at the other. Is you call and inadvertently it forces it out, which one is it which one did you do yesterday. Exactly. I don't. I'm not sure I will. I will study there's a tutor. So I'll get back to us tomorrow. Thank you. Important is pleasant ways to that man's time. What was that monkey story Miguel? Thank you for joining us the monkey story. What did you make of what's to God's was reading there? I kind of agree with the scientists who wants to remove his name from the the lifting of the paper because I don't think you should be doing that kind of stuff, you know, starting to change an animal from what its originally supposed to be by injecting human genes or human cells or whatever the doing to that monkey's brain. I mean, that's Frankenstein science that I'm not really fond of Taylor you're on with Ron McGill zoo Miami..
"kellerman" Discussed on First Take
"The male star game draft is tonight, but we're in for the heavy lifting here for King James in the Greek freak ahead of it. It's the first take NBA all star draft with these two Yannis as Smith against LeBron Kellerman. Hello, gentlemen. Thank you for being here tonight. These guys were alternate picks in max, you are up. I let me see he already got a seven footer, but he can't shoot. Gimme a seven footer who can Kevin Durant. I'm keeping track sharpie. Here we go. Where do you want right here? Sure. Every screen little squad. You have there is easy. For me. I'm going with the greatest shooter in the history of basketball. It's an all star game that will be no defense. People be allowed to do what they want to do any damn way. Why would I not take the greatest shooter in the history of basketball that would happen to be Steph curry, and plus I got the Senate I who who's not shooter. So I need somebody with them. That's the shooter. I'm going with Steph curry, oh, you just leaving. All all the all the players for me. Right taken. I got LeBron K D, And you didn't even take Hawaii. Gimme Kawai wares. cO? Why? Man can shoot also. And you're not going to school. Okay. I like that. I like that is skewed me I want shoot as again. Okay. Give me the second best shooter in basketball as far as I'm concerned, I need Klay Thompson. Let me get Klay Thompson, please. Yes. I want Klay Thompson. Let me get. You. Can't get clay. He's a reserve. You can't start clay starter. I'm sorry..
"kellerman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Michelle Kellerman reports the US's enlisting the help of the country's opposition leader, whom it recognizes as Venezuela's. Interim president this department's point person on Venezuela. Elliot Abrams says the US is looking at ways to ramp up humanitarian aid to a country that the US says has been ravaged by socialist regime. The and corridor is something we are looking at. But of course, it requires. P cooperation of the regime. I don't know how practical that is it hasn't been possible to date the US has been trying to boost the prospects of interim president one Guido Abrahams says he's trying to help Guido's on voice. Find and seize Venezuelan government assets in order, he says to pay for humanitarian program. Michele Kelemen, NPR news, the State Department. The Federal Reserve continues to say it will be patient in deciding any changes to interest rate policy going forward assigned that after four rate hikes last year fed policy makers may be willing to take a breather. And it's ended meeting statement today. The fed said, it's keeping the fed funds rate. That's what member banks charge one another to borrow a range of between two and a quarter and two and a half percent chairman. Jerome Powell says the fed will remain vigilant though, the US economy is in a good place, and we will continue to use or monetary policy tools to help keep it their decision to hold interest rates steady on the part of the fed was unanimous stronger than expected earnings from. Airplane builder? Boeing and device maker apple coupled with the decision by the fed to keep interest rates steady. Set Wall Street up sharply days end the Dow gained four hundred thirty four points to close at twenty five thousand fourteen the NASDAQ was up one hundred fifty four points, the s&p five hundred closed up forty one points today. You're listening to NPR and this is WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd mayor Bill de Blasio says his former acting chief of staff lied about his history of sexual harassment. When applying for his city hall job O'Brien was ousted last year after the substantiation of sexual harassment complaints from two female co workers before coming to New York he'd been fired from the democratic governors association because of another sexual harassment complaint. The city says he did not disclose that during his background check. But to oh says he hesitated to say what the consequences should be. I would ask the law department to consider what it means. I'm not familiar with the rules. But I'm certainly happy to ask law department what the ramifications should be the city's background investigation questionnaire states that lying on a form can result in termination of employment and possible criminal prosecution New Yorkers are paying their respects to Saint marks. Comex at thirty six year old east village comic shop that shutting its doors and picked up some bargains while they're at it one longtime customer Chris Chan said he now felt guilty about not having come more often. He was watching as staff told disappointed customers there would be no new inventory before the closure. You're seeing all these looks on these people's faces as they realized that they can't get their new comics here anymore. Just it's pretty sad. The store's owner says there are too many obstacles to running a storefront in New York City. Merchandise will be sold at a discount until the shop closes for good. At the end of February. And tomorrow is the last day for New Yorkers to sign up for healthcare coverage through the state's open enrollment period. The state health department says more than one million people across the state has signed up since enrollment began in November. That's about twelve thousand more than last year. State officials are urging eligible New Yorkers to apply for a plan which would last through twenty nineteen before tomorrow's deadline. We have a wind advisory in effect until ten o'clock tonight, otherwise mostly clear low around fourteen.
"kellerman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm Dwayne Brown. The Trump administration is imposing sanctions on Venezuela's state oil company to make sure the nNcholas Maduro and his embattled administration don't benefit from the oil trade as NPR's. Michelle Kellerman tells us the US is stepping up pressure on Maduro to give up power national security adviser, John Bolton says the US wants to make your Madero can no longer quote loot. The assets of the Venezuelan people Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the US is blocking the accounts of Pitta visa, the state-owned oil company the path to sanctions relief for pedal vase is through the expeditious transfer of control to the interim president or a subsequent democratically elected government. It Trump administration has recognized the head of the national assembly as Venezuela's interim president and has been trying to bolster one guidos chances of getting control. Rollover state assets and the military. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department. A new government report is forecasting slower economic growth this year as the effects of President Trump's tax cut on business investment began to drop off the Congressional Budget Office director Keith hall says federal debt is on an unsustainable course, and lawmakers will have to make significant changes to tax and spending policies. Federal dad is already large budget deficits over the next decade and beyond projected to keep pushing it up in relation to the size of the economy. Eventually data share of economic output would reach its highest level in our nation's history. The agency predicts one hundred eighteen billion dollar increase over last year's seven hundred seventy nine billion dollar deficit the recent government shutdown reduce government spending by about three billion dollars. The CBO. Also predicts the US economy will grow by two point three percent this year nearly one percent drop from a year ago. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd advocates say it shouldn't just be high profile refugees who get waivers from the Trump travel ban three actors and a New York player among the well-publicized applicants from banned countries who've been let into the US, but Betsy Fisher from the international refugee assistance project says many lesser known people have been turned away in an opaque process. You shouldn't have to have celebrity to be free from discrimination that that just shouldn't be part of the process, and that level of arbitrariness really shows how this band is a mockery of the rule of law. Fischer says the Trump administration has not explained how people apply and hasn't disclosed. How many have been let in or turned away the twenty twenty election season hasn't even really gotten off the ground. But already someone's talking about running for New York City mayor in two thousand twenty one council speaker Cory Johnson says he's considering running he told reporters at city hall. Hall today that if he runs hill focus on the issues, he cares. Most about I love New York City. And I think the city faces big problems.
"kellerman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We went to commercial right with them. And we came back right with. Them because of your Yam running in the background that screamed what's happening now, which is what it should say on both the tombstone of your career and your life. He didn't hear any of that. He stepped out the second you walked out like I wasn't doing that for him. I was doing for the audience max Kellerman. What's he saying? Well, I texted him, and I was actually kind of cool because I saw him come back from break. And he was texting me, no doubt. I saw the timing on. It was like that's kind of cool. So I think we might get a response from max Kellerman. We're just gotta time it outright, which is tough. Because I don't know what time they gotta break. Does max where the same suit every day? Nobody he is like on that gray palette feel like he's like a cartoon character. They gonna commercial again, it would argue that they have the same breaks of we. Dana white go watch that show. It's better than this. One donlevatar got spent the entire break giggling at a text. What does that tech street? This has been the worst our in the last six years of the show, and it's not even close to God's and it's not even over VC's libertas show with Stu gods on ESPN radio because we can't do anything around here planned or correctly. We have not yet been able to reach max Kellerman live on air because we keep going to break at the exact same time that they go to break, and we're not on the air when we're on break. Seems simple enough coworkers merging. They're mediocre talent to help everyone sore..
"kellerman" Discussed on First Take
"Good to be fellas. Eight good spirit. Stephen a Smith. Max Kellerman guy. Michael Irvin today. We don't need Michael sweat himself out daughter fact, a matter of fact, I specifically requested the Michael Irvin not show what? Because I don't think. Should be contaminated describe I know what they better be respectful today. I know that you're telling people to do. Just how do you write that real quick? Good morning. Thank you for showing up. So appreciate. Zone me. You know, the good time today. Here listening to being canoe humi. I'm sorry. Energy. I just got a little it's a rhetorical question is the rhetorical question. But it's still a question y'all really sure y'all ain't worried about this week. Really? So do they go sit here and front, but they know better. They just imagine Seattle. What this man is going to be like, that's the number one reason you wanna beat Seattle trust. A whole lot of Cowboys. But we got some other business to take care of in Houston. And we begin in the association. Let's do. How 'bout them rockets warriors at oracle left and James harden lettuce lodge with come from behind one thirty one thirty four full time with hey historic run by heart which continued to forty four point ten rebound performance. Then he capped by drilling. Eight twenty nine to game winner to.