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"koop" Discussed on ESPN FC
"He trying to get in round the back Ricardo papi. I'm straight into the back of the necks. Ricciardo Pepe gives the U.S. the lead just after the hour Orlando. Instant impact from Pepe. Good boy. America's live in underway here on ESPN+ long as I heard these Gomez. I'm sebi sala Sarge, around 9 42 on the east coast 6 42 out west and her we are coming to the good people are good Friends fans and viewers in the immediate aftermath of the United States facing off against out of the wearing Concacaf Nations League play. How are you doing my man after a very busy weekend around are part of the soccer world? I'm doing well. Nice refreshed energized. How you doing? You look better. Good. Good. I saw the tweet that you put up on social media. Making it look like I was sleeping before the show. I want people. I made it look like you were sleeping? I was buried in my phone doing it intense research. Okay. Okay, so we got lots coming in this show, obviously we are going to recap the United States against El Salvador, game that just wrapped up down at explore his stadium in Orlando. We're also going to be talking about Mexico, two two draw against Jamaica last night at azteca lots to discuss there. And then our good friend Jeff koop is going to be joining us. He's actually in Los Angeles. He was at both the angel city and San Diego wave games this weekend. So lots to discuss as the NWSL wrapped up its opening weekend last night. But as we mentioned, let's start with the highlights from the United States against El Salvador in Concacaf Nations League play. The T four. Who's that supposed to be? Beautiful force. Just a couple minutes in
The Rich Eisen Show
"koop" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Two O four rich, number to Donald here on the rich eisen show. I want to thank, and let me see. At Brock Kerr, I think his name was he pointed out that I didn't have my best dad ever son on the desk. What happened? It was off to the sun. Who put it there? I did not touch. I think I could. I mean, I'm in the running this year. What happened last night? What happened last night at three in the morning? What do you just stroll in? Like, hey, everybody. What's up? We have to like three 45. Hey. I'm up. Normally he was sprints into bed too, so you can hear him running down the hallway. Okay. And then he just rolls up and hey. What's up? And then just like, hi, dad, and then he does this thing where he like puts both hands on your face. It's the greatest thing ever. It's like when it's the worst thing ever. It's time to get up. Siri, when is the worst thing ever, the greatest thing ever? That's it. I'm like, no, it's not time to get up. It's four in the morning. Did you go back? Does he go back? No, he just pretty much laid there and him and I just kind of toss and turn and Sarah had to leave early today because she's filming the pile on. And so it's just being him in the mornings and then we just kind of sat there and watched cartoons. Not a boy. Which cartoons, what do we got today? What's the lineup? We'll paw patrol. He's super into blaze and this one called super wings. Okay. By the way, did you hear what Romo is in this world right now? I think he dropped a paw patrol line for Jamar chase being on the case. You know, you know what he's doing in his spare time. Rubble on the double. Last night. And then last night, he had this singing thing at his school, so I did not go to Lakers Celtics. And probably me not going there, probably helped us get the win. My youngest, as you know, Cooper coop's a big diehard Celtic fan, let him a school night man. You can't watch the overtime because you can't watch the fourth quarter and overtime. Yeah. Plus, I almost said to him, you know what? The game's over. And then of course it wasn't. Lakers came back and then the Lakers came back and went up, double digits, and then the Celtics title went over. I can't tell. But it's like as soon as this game is over. It's bedtime. In, okay? Because suz was out with friends. And so, you know, I can't have her come home and people are hanging from the chandelier, right? So why is he still awake? Well, no, she understands. I mean, the Celtics and the Lakers for coop. And you can't tell the other ones you got to go to sleep when one is allowed to stay up and watch television. I mean, that is just, you are, you are creating all kinds of, you know, lord of the flies type dynamics here, okay? Koop's got the conch here. So put them to sleep. Put them down. We're all kids are going in Susan night. It's a matchup zone situation through we got two. They got three. And so coop is lights are out. They haven't heard anything for about a minute plus. He screams for me. Like, what's up? I go in. I'm like, come on, man. We made a deal here. And he says to me the following, dad. Do you think Brock purdy can beat the Seahawks? And it's like, in the same way that you want to tell your son, hey. Cage, go to sleep. But he puts his beautiful little three year old hands on your face and it's just like that. So I said to him, coop. Of course he can. Go to sleep. I don't know what he sees obsessed with Brock purdy. He's all in on Bernie wants no kidding to be rookie of the year. Can Brock purdy beat the Seahawks? Yes. He can. He can win the Super Bowl. We're all in now too. He could win the Super Bowl. We are? Speaking of people who look 11, Zach Wilson. Uh oh, rich. Hey, as you know, I have been on record if he does not start another game for the New York Jets again. You're good with it. I'm good to go. I am GTG. Okay. Good. I am all in on Mike white and seeing what he can do the rest of the way. Certainly because just like a Garrett Wilson, we're talking about him being offensive rookie of the year and the reason why is he's been dynamic the last few games since, I mean, the best games he's had this year, you could say. The one in Ohio, when Joe Flacco came back on the browns in week two, and then the last few weeks since Mike white has been the quarterback. We've seen proof of life. The only proof of life of Elijah Moore that we saw when Zach Wilson was quarterback was him saying he wanted a trade. You're going to get a target. And now you're seeing multiple receivers at work here and Mike white mean him taken one in the chops in Buffalo and then leaving the game and then coming back in the game and then taking an even worse hit going in the locker room and coming back and then needing to go to the hospital for just precautionary look. Matt Milano nearly sought him in half like a magic trick. And he was able to make the flight home and you were even here and guys in the locker room just love this guy. And so Robert sala has his finger firmly on the pulse, which is another reason why I'm not panicking about Zach Wilson not being the guy because the coach is the guy, the GM is the guy, and could you imagine jet fans? What this current situation would look like if Bruce hall and Elijah vary Tucker didn't go out for the season about a month and a half ago, could you imagine if breece hall, the way he was looking in the first 6 weeks was just getting started? Could you imagine we wouldn't be talking about Brock purdy or Garrett Wilson or anyone else being offensive rookie year? He was him. All right? But Zach Wilson has taken his demotion properly, professionally, said all the right things done all the right things. The reset pardon me. They didn't call it demo. She called it a reset, needed to reset and him being the third inactive earbud wearing dressed like he's on the surface of a Star Wars planet during all of these winter wintry mix games, apparently there it is right there. He does look like baby Yoda right there, man.
"koop" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Daley blitt gets the cross and free editor for the ducks. Don't freeze. Assisted the first two scores the third. Completely wide open. Yeah. He's had a good game. On that right hand side has the assist on the first goal for them. In fact, he has two assists on the day and now adds a goal to his tally, and he get around the outside of blade. Yes, he can lifting in the cross Morris was in there could get contact. Koop miners held in by air and said reign his header into the middle of the box. Dutch had that clinical finishing edge now for this crap. I didn't like it the first time and I hated the second time. The only thing I liked about it is the Dutch knocked us out of competition. So once again, I'm reading all of these tributes. I'm reading this one by Mike lupica. Oh, Mike lupica, the New York Daily News. Excellent sportswriter. He sucks, though, when he's on the radio and TV. I mean, let's face it. He's horrible. Although I told this story many times it was that moment in the history of WABC. Before it was saved by John catsimatidis, and Margot catch me Titus about parent company, red Apple medium. Where there was paperwork on the desk of Chad Lopez at that time he was the company tutti of tubular running our local WABC affiliate. And it was a contract to have Mike lupica. Do the mid morning radio show replacing. From ten to 12, and it was a choice of Dan I must say despicable human being. If ever there was decided, he won Mike lupica his friend to do it in Michael basement in new Canaan and his mansion and never come to the studio. I said, what? This place is gonna be a ghost town. I'll be the only one doing a show on the 1742 pen Plaza at the old WABC. So I bum rushed in the office. I'm Chad Lopez. You can not sign this. This will be the death warrant of WABC. First off, Sichuan is not an imus on his high horse. What the hell does that mean? Oh, what do you think you on your high horse? I still don't have a definition. What does it mean when you say, come down off of your high horse? What the hell does that mean? I know it's one 808 four 8 9 two two two. Come down off your high horse Don Imus. One 808 four 8 9 two two two. They were going to let him determine who it was. It was going to follow his program. That's crazy. And so with me, it's always high noon. You talk, I am the ultimate risk taker. I said, look, I'd rather get fired than to allow this, which will just sink to good ship WABC. And if they had done that, if Chad Lopez had signed that contract, instead of bringing in, shit Rosenberg from down in Florida where he was in exile and joining him with Bernard mcgirt who wanted shit to be with him to finally have a chance to do their own show together. That would have been it. That would have been the destruction of WABC. In fact, it might have occurred so quickly that there wouldn't have been enough for John and Margot to put back together with crazy glue. I'm telling you, was that bad? So I just bum rushed into jazz law office. I said, you can not sign that. Mike lupica is not a talk show host. I've heard him on ESPN. He sucks. I saw him on that morning, ESPN show, right? On TV, he sucks. As a writer, he's great. You can't do this. Thank God. Chad said, you're right. We're going to unite. It Rosenberg we're bringing him back from Florida where he's been exiled into a closet for ten years. Hey, let's face it, he was a hot mess for a long time. I get it. And it's Bernard's wish that he would do a show, which hit Rosenberg. And voila, it happened. But boy, we were winning minutes. Watching the cumulus executives, people of no consequence, it didn't listen to talk radio. They had no idea what good talk radio is. Their idea taught radio is muzak. You know, when you get in an elevator, that's good. Maybe when we place WABC, we'll just play music. You think we can sell any advertisements on music? They would have done it. And we snatched victory out of the jaws of what have been total destruction. And I'm glad to say that I assisted in that and put everything on the line because that could have been fired. It wouldn't have been the first time, won't be the last time, but I'll be damned. If I'm gonna watch people purposefully destroy the most iconic station in America that's ever been created, WABC, the iconic call letters. When we come back, I've got to read to you some of Mike lupita's column today in which he was saying, oh, we might have lost, but a new era dawns for men's soccer in America. Hey, Mike. I read that from you in 2002. You wrote the same damn thing. And you wrote that in the 70s when the New York cosmos were around. You know, we had Pelé. We had Beckham power from Germany, the sweeper. We had the Italian strike right knee, a cannoli a canula. And we had ship messy. He had that Jew fro, Jewish kid. On in The Bronx, I remember correctly, went to NYU became a violet just like Frank murano and then went to graduate school at Harvard. And was the goalie. Can I
"koop" Discussed on WTOP
"P And over to Dave Johnson Hey I know the rams had other players on offense but in their 23 20 win over the Bengals to win Super Bowl 56 would have mattered most and only seem like they needed to Wide receiver and Super Bowl MVP Cooper Cup at quarterback Matthew Stafford It was Stafford who found cup with a one yard touchdown strike with a minute 25 left Flip on the go that we hadn't really worked on coupe We throw every route to koop except the fade But tonight all went down and koop just made some unbelievable plays on that last drive Oh that last drive a 15 play last round for the Ramsay mentions oh Odell Beckham junior scored the first touchdown game but lost with knee injury later in the first half Aaron Donald led the defensive force for the rams had finally got the Jill burrow in the second half and ended the Bengal streams Time running out on commander's owner Daniel Snyder pro football talks Mike florio And I'm told for the first time ever There is a sense among ownership that the time may have come for Daniel Snyder to move on Our friends over at one O 6 7 the fan the sports junkies reported last year after obtaining a copy of the book in some report that attorney Beth Wilkinson her conclusion with Snyder should sell the team Capitals lose the senators four to one Maryland a 62 61 loss of the road to Purdue Dave Johnson TLP sports Just in here's Pennsylvania county public schools are now closed today in that's a change from a two hour delay Once again it's spottsylvania county public schools are closed You can see the full list of closings and delays at David TLP dot com And coming up The car shortage producing higher prices for consumers I'm dick illegal 6 47 If you don't know PPC.
Newsradio 970 WFLA
"koop" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Get look after look after look after look after look and they don't score either it's blocked or shifted makes the save Are they pass one to up too many times Or they pass out of a chance you're right They haven't gotten rewarded So both Derek Allan and John Cooper are looking at their iPad I don't know if they're going to try and challenge this and if so I don't think it's for goalie interference If it is for going interference they're going to lose the challenge because there was no goalie interference there But koop is getting a chance to have a long conversation I should think that Belmont was high stick by him No he had to stick over his shoulder That is something you can challenge Yeah That's what they're talking about And it looks like they are going to challenge That was close though Don't you think Yeah You can't have the stick over your shoulder Stick over your shoulder Tampa Bay is using your coach challenge a challenge for game miss stoppage For high stick Yeah that's the call I hope that is the call I just saw the one replay where he knocked it out of the air To me it didn't look like it was over his shoulders but they have to be certain if they're going to challenge this unless they're thinking it's three nothing going on four nothing Might as well roll the dice But we've only seen one replay so far Yeah that one there.
The Fickle Fanboy Podcast
"koop" Discussed on The Fickle Fanboy Podcast
"That's funny for reasons. I'm not gonna get into right now. Hitching up the buggy chairman. Lots of butter raise the born on sundays. Nobody but But yeah so like like realistically like you grew up in a different time. So it's not like there was. Oh like a heavy internet for you to use internet. I mean like where it was just like. Oh well i don't have time for this video game Because you know. I gotta go on youtube and see the new pupae video or i you know i got a fucking check facebook or i have to do this that and the other so i know i mean for me. I started gaming in the mid to late eighties in even into the early nineties The more heavily when you were a kid where you brandon when you were a kid where you brand loyal. Did you only have like nintendo products or did you also have other stuff. I only had nintendo but that was just because that's all my parents got me I was not necessarily brand loyal As brand loyal by force. I guess you could say and then i finally got secca And that pretty much went all the fucking window so hey then it was just like giving me everything you got so i started off with a standard intendo entertainment system as i as i didn't that died so my parents got me a second genesis after that then it was done. It was the only reason they got me a second genesis because they were able to get it for like super cheap after that. Then they got me an n. Sixty four. I got my first end. Sixty four win. Like i would say when the ps to had come out See i went from nintendo to. I can't remember if it will. Super nintendo ben sega or vice versa. And then to insecure four and so on and so forth so i never like i was never really like a hardcore gamer. Like my whole thing was like when i would play a game. I would usually play it on either easy or normal mode. If it didn't have a difficulty it would probably get too hard for me at some point and i would probably drop it. You quit and luckily nowadays with a lot of games. They have an option. The you can do that. We didn't have back in the day. Which is now you can rage save game. And then no but i mean there was a lot of games back in the day that if they were too hard and rage inducing if they just pissed you off enough you'd rage quit and then you realized about five to ten minutes later. Oh shit now. I gotta start from the book getting next time. Well and it's not even like like that's the thing that's that's one of the. That's one of the the best things about this dana ages because realistically like you have the ability to save your game when you're pissed off or like most of the time you don't even have to make that decision because it's just auto saving every five minutes. Yeah i think one of the first times that i was able to actually save game would probably have either been missed or maybe mad dog in crete. Okay which really wasn't wasn't all that hard it was just touchy as shift well and that would be you know if you didn't click. The right spot acted as if no you didn't talk and fire a damn thing not only after we start over you factor in this so like mad dog macri pretty all light shooter games like that. They're not in the same area as something like doom is new because mad dog macree. Is you know it's all hit scanning so like provided that. The person onscreen has like shot. You're getting hit. Yes not like doom where it's just like. Oh they're shooting at me and like granted you got some hit scanners doom obviously because otherwise there would be no challenge to doom and realistically reaction. Time wouldn't necessarily need to play a factor yet like with doom. You had like people that enemies that shoot projectiles so like your resonance and stuff like that will shoot like homing missiles at you or your like the mc with their fireballs the stuff that you can dodge. Yeah pretty much You know looking back at it. I will say. I wonder about my mental stability. When the very first time. I played mad dog macree. It was actually at an arcade. I wanna say at the mall of america. And i put so many dollars worth of quarters in that fucking game because i kept dying. I don't know what caused me to see it later. On at a video game store and go. I think i'm gonna buy that some bitch. I knew what was coming for me. I knew the kind of letdown. That i would experience time and time and time and time metarum again and yet it seemed like a good idea of fucking by that best for thirty or forty bucks. Well okay obviously i. Obviously i was either. I had a vendetta against the game. Or i was just stupid. Potato potato might have been a little bit of both call. Make ownby all right. So here's my here's here's my question though Do you think they specify. Because obviously there's a way to beat mad dog macree obviously. Yeah there's a way to be any game it's just a matter of stumbling upon it but like my main thing is you have to factor in intentional versus unintentional difficulty. Yeah so i think that that had an unintentional difficulty. Koop told well. I mean realistically that one much like most video games has to depend on you as a person and what your reaction time is but okay so the difficulty of something like dark souls is around like the fact that certain characters have a difficulty level that has their hit points and everything like that but those but that difficulty is the same throughout. It's just that you're starting out as a level one or something. Yeah and much like most. Rpg's it's you know it's a situation of you gotta build your stats up in order to to essentially face the challenge and do the damages and then you have to like. It's almost like resource management. So it's like you have to figure out okay. So i have x. Amount of souls can bring my attacks up But realistically if i play style is more of a perry you know like dodge and then strike move instead of just full-frontal assault. Then that's what i need to do. I need a buffet. My defense i you know i would say actually in many ways at.
"koop" Discussed on FT Politics
"Park. This is a long-awaited reshuffle of the government. We've been writing for weeks if not months. I think that boris johnson was going to do this. I was on -ticipant eating it now. It's finally happened. what do you make of it. what did you say. It's one of those things that we obsessive hours. Here and there westminster village in the real world. As many people pay so much attention to the cummings cuttings in downing street's on reshuffled day but it was a much bigger reshuffle than expected. The had been some speculation that he would need one to failing ministers but it would be but in the end. It was a big reshuffle radio. I triggered by the facts that the communists decided to basically demotes his foreign secretary and one of the top jobs in the cabinet. Once you stopped moving people very top of the cabinet there's a ripple effect all the way through and we often tried to find patrons in reshuffles to trying and descend what the prime minister's ground plant is with us. When i think the first thing we should say he was determined to move out some people he felt what. Serously underperforming the deadwood. If you like people who are attracting negative headlines the whole time say out went to dominate ross. From the office to the justice department general koop involved in a couple of scandals was moved out. The housing ministry's make way for michael govan of course gavin williamson. The perma failing education sexual moved out and once that happened then of course it typed away for much wider reshuffle which spanned forty-eight hours ready so officer. I think the general themes unite dissecting. George were number one. It was moving political. Deadwood shall we say people who either non-performing There was political liabilities. Who moved but also there was some quite bowed appointments and laura hughes great to have you on his always. Let's begin with with the most notable promotion. Which is liz trust as foreign secretary. And it was kind of inevitable. Dominic robb was gonna be pushed out the foreign office following his handling the afghanistan situation. But he didn't go quietly. He spent an hour with boris johnson. A managed to extract the title of deputy prime minister. Even if it comes with no power how do you think trust is going to be in the competitive mr rob. I think the appointment of mistrust is really interesting because conservative home polling has shown. She's the most popular cabinet minister in the prime minister's top team and Katie seeing that she's very popular and is pushing her into this really high profile role with now go to women two of the top four jobs in government and she's interesting because she is a massive china hawk. And that's gonna play out. I think over the next few years or forever. How long she's in this role because clearly dot is where the government is hesitating and so she's respected by latour. Mp's on that front. She has some international clout now given up previous guys as international trade secretary. She loves going on camera. She's very much loved during her in thing. I think this role will actually be a bit of a challenge for her because in previous guys she has had a lot more freedom room to maneuver. She can speak mind at. Actually when you're in the foreign office really at the end of the day it's number ten that dictates the big foreign policy dishes on. She might struggle with that. But i think given how high profile all this is. She's not going to be displeased. And of course it interesting. She's in that because intentionally. She is some sort of leadership rival to the prime minister. One day he he really is giving us some aasheim. Now it shows. He's confident in her abilities and be recognized that she's quite popular with the public and it shows he's not to threatened by at this point. I think george is one of the most interesting things about mistrust his appointment because lewis at cheese fatty popular. He's often talked as a future conservative leadership. Contender as is soon. And i think what mr johnson has done here is to bring the trust of the top to balance out that idea. That's not just one apparent because when bush was having all those issues over the summer about policy and direction cove it and all the rest of it. Everybody was talking. Richie soon as the obvious successive issues. Going to challenge. Vichy's go to succeed now. You've got two people at the toll could do that. And that's quite handy. I think downing street yes so you can read in two ways on the one hand you could say. It's a sign of the confidence of the prime minister. The you know. The two most senior people leaving saw patel protects punches home secretary foreign secretary with an eighty five percents approval rating on the conservative activists website and russia sue johnson with seventy five percent approval rating. Johnson's his twelve the white by comparison. So you could read is a sign of confidence. The prime minister pets put in place at the top of the cabinet table to people seen as bipasha octopus asleep at least as far more popular than him. But as you say there's also another way of looking at it which is by having more than one era parent that helps to have a team of rivals. Divide and rule play one against the other. And we know that's the way. I don't swap rates his government. He's definitely loa rewarded. Some of his long standing allies though in two appointments that we source. The cabinet is emily to valiant. The department international trade and the second isn't a dean deutsche the coach sector an average reading who's known as a emt in westminster. She's a long breaks Mp for the northern constituency of barrick which is certainly not a a former industrial heartland rolling countryside. But she's a strong northern voice. That and again who's very Brexit the second one is the doors who speed in parliament since two thousand five in a longtime advocate for boys johnson's leadership. I think hove appointment. Is coach secretary raised a few eyebrows. Shall we say what did you make. Both of those stories is definitely the most controversial appointment and took a lot of backbench. Mp's by surprise because clearly. She has been very outspoken in the post. Many see hers someone. He's going to lead the campaign against elements of the metropolitan media and that she's not going to be afraid to sort of facilities culture woes. And so i think that will be sudden elements of the party. That really excited by her appointment. I think anne marie h Less controversial yes. She's been rewarded. I think overall she's regarded as a competent minnesota. Here isn't particularly controversial or outspoken. And i think actually as well in the back of the prime minister's mind he knows he has to be seen to appoint women to mow senior positions. And i think this plays into his decision making a little bit. We still don't have any anywhere near fifty. Fifty gender split. We haven't had anything looking like that. Radi since tiny blasts time but that will definitely have been one of the reasons. I think for pressing these two women in those positions and of course. He is rewarding loyal which we know he has done. In another part of the reason we ended up with characters like williamson in positions 'cause i think the gender balance twenty two percent Twenty six percent female which is a good upward stretch. But still no any of the high of thirty six percent under tony black but jewelry half talk. What who. I think is the most interesting appointment here. Which is michael govan. He's left the cabinet office way. He managed to build a real power base that looking at things from civil service reform to saving the union to be a key decision maker on the cone of ice pandemic to the ministry of communities housing local government which i think is traditionally seen as a bit of back oltman. Why told him to pick up all these odds and sorts of policy that no one stop much bothered about yet. Micheal goes being put to as the most important thing. Now for the johnson government and that is leveling up tackling regional inequality and trying to say to those first time too. We voted in two thousand nineteen. Wed living for you and it's again. It's another remarkable. Move for gopher who you know as we know challenged. Boris johnson for the toy leadership in twenty sixty two ended his hopes that now. The prime minister has entrusted li the next election to the guy who almost killed off his hopes of taking prime minister. It's an extraordinary thing isn't it you know again. I suppose you could say a sign of the conference. The prime minister is prepared to put someone who's raja widely in the parliamentary cassius. The treacherous michael go but the fact of the nutter is that you know boss. Johnson's come to appreciate. Michael goes qualities as someone who actually gets things done and you know you could agree or disagree with some of the things that he's done as a minister. But you have to say that. He's one of the more effective ministers in having an idea of what he wants to do. And then actually doing it. And you saw that when he was education secretary in the coalition government later on so reforming justice secretary as well..
This Day In Esoteric Political History
"koop" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"In esoteric. Political history from radio topa. My name is. Jody advocates this day. September fifth nineteen ninety one in the washington. Dc suburb of arlington virginia. A group of activists arrived at the home of north carolina. Senator jesse helms using ladders. Several of them climbed up on the roof of the house and from there. They unfurled a giant piece of fabric. Which was then inflated by their comrades on the front lawn and soon the senators house was surrounded by a giant yellow condom reading a condom to stop unsafe politics. Helms is deadlier than a virus. This stunt this act of protest was led by members of act up a group that worked to raise aids awareness and fight to end the epidemic. And in this particular moment was protesting helms because he was one of the most vocal opponents of funding aids research in addition to being one of the most anti gay members of congress so here to discuss act up versus jesse helms and what you do when you wake up in the morning and there is a giant condom over the house common experience. We've all had as always hemmer of columbia and kelly carta jackson of wealthy. Hello that they're toady. Hey there so listeners. Permission to pause this podcast. And go google jesse helms giant condom house the image search button and you will see what we're talking about here but i will also say let's spend a little time describing exactly what looks like. Let's theater of the mind here but it is quite remarkable visual spectacle So it's this yellow saying over the roof of jesse helms his house. You can't even see the home but you assume that there's a home under there. It's an a leafy suburb I don't know you know. Feel free to jump in at any point. Say there is a mushroom mushroom. Thank you for a tip on the top of it a condom. But maybe a cupcake wait. Everyone cupcakes skelly. It is a it is a. Let's let's let's embrace the language here. It is a two story house which means that. It's relatively squat so there is not much shaft. it is all tip and so one could. Maybe think it's an acorn maybe has a little bit like an acorn sitting on top of a little by that company or something but mushroom mash. Up i think as describing. Yes hopefully picture people's heads they can go google and see how much those those matchup but nevertheless a remarkable stunt full coverage like any good conduct in nicely and as you said you know like a real act of protests around a series issue here and these big bold letter block letters that say a condom to stop unsafe politics. Helms is deadlier than a virus. So you know the message. Even if the visuals and immediately one to one you know the message is very clear it takes balls to do this and so so actually. And i guess maybe let's start with act up right. I mean we've mentioned them briefly on the show before but you know this is very much within the act up. Ethos are these kinds of stunts political theater aggressive tactics. Yeah yeah act up was known dooming. These very extravagant dramatic explicit demonstrations. But they were so effective in giant in public attention and getting people to take note to pause and to at what was what was going on And the serious aspect of this is that people were dying of aids at you know crazy rates and there was basically a standoff politically about how to go about getting people help expedite getting this help as quickly as possible and act up really takes. This stands to get as many people to pay attention to their issue. As possible and to really target people that were the major opponents of this until jesse helms really becomes the probably greatest opponent to aids activism and and lgbtq issues of the day and if we could just kind of paint a picture of what this looks like because today. There's is bipartisan support for funding for aids research and forgetting medicine into people's hands and there's no longer this Same level of stigma around aids and silence around aids but in the nineteen eighties inert early nineteen ninety s. First of all coming from the reagan administration there was a real silence surgeon. General koop With someone who had a lot to say about aids and there were people in the administration who really. You're not going to talk about this. And it's not until nineteen eighty-six that he releases a report that talks about this crisis and this epidemic and the the moral obligation in addition to the scientific and medical obligation that the united states government has to addressing this epidemic. And so act. Up's approach is really important. Because it makes you pay attention to something that so many people weren't paying attention to And they don't want to pay attention exactly and that when they were paying attention to it when people like pat robertson pat buchanan jesse homes william f. buckley junior league there were all of these people who saw aids as righteous punishment for same sex ex And it becomes this thing where they're like. Oh we should tattoo people with aids. So people know What's happening and people know what they're Diagnosis is and we should put them in camps. And i know we shouldn't be putting money towards research to stopping this. Because this is god's righteous judgment and that was the political atmosphere that people were agitating for aids funding and aids research in. And i. i wanna point out one other thing in there. Which is i think that a lot of people don't know the history of how much the aids crisis was diminished and marginalized And a lot of people don't let history but like in nineteen ninety-two. There's audio reagan's press secretary laughing when asked about aids and making basically a gay joke. But i also think it's important to point out that that's nineteen eighty two one thousand nine hundred eighty four. We're in nineteen ninety-one ninety one here and the same stuff is happening. So we're talking about a decade of apathy and aggressive marginalization so. It's not just like oh in the early days of the aids crisis there was. We're talking about a community Watching people die for a decade at this point and still seeing people like jesse helms refer to the quote unquote homosexual. Lifestyle as the main thing. Here he says there is not one single case of aids in this country that cannot be traced in origin to sodomy But you know again. I think it's important to highlight that. This is almost a full decade into this.
Spark My Muse
"koop" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"Onto the little surprise. I have for you as i mentioned last week. I dropped my daughter off at college. And she is a nutrition and dietetic major. Going for five year accelerated masters program. Of course that is yet to be determined as she has to qualify for such things but since she has left. I feel like i have all this extra time because our relationship was very connected and we talked a lot and having her gone from the nest makes me feel like i have a kind of new lease on life in a way because my mothering. Her has come to a very abrupt change. And so i decided that i wanted to be a lot healthier in recent months my blood tests have shown to be off in a few areas. Not extreme enough to cause concern or need medication but essentially i'm insulin. Resistant pre diabetic. And i have had terrible pain with inflammation for quite a long time. And so i decided based on those things to take some real changes in how i eat and what i eat over the last eight days. I've seen dramatic. Changes really dramatic changes. And i could show you the pictures that i could show you the recipes and i can show you what i've been doing and the resources that have really helped me and i'm gonna do that. Oh my patriot. Site which is essentially where i blog now my site that has been a blog which sparked my muse dot com or at least a delay dot com is essentially for my audio but where i'm blogging is at patriotic dot com forward slash spark my muse. Some of the posts there are free and some require that you support my work to get them at a dollar not a dollar a post a dollar a month. Of course if you're interested in supporting my work so i don't have to get those odd jobs to keep paying the bills. You could support at higher amounts five dollars ten dollars or whatever you'd like whatever you can afford blue-chip in a dollar you'll get access to this kind of journey on and it's a remaking of my physical body i've been taking journeys within to the unseen world and now time has come to really pay attention and focus on my material body. This beautiful wondrous thing that god has given me pay attention to the chemistry side of it stopped the sugar addiction. I have eat nutritious foods. And so i invite you to journey along with me. If you wanna have a little support for also eating better this would be a place to do it. We could do it together. And if you don't care at all about this that's totally fine to not everybody's going to want to follow along in this sort of way but if you're curious to what i'm doing and how it's working come by and see what's up. I'm excited to show you the results. And it's a time of newness and joy in my life and i'm happy to share with you. Thank you so much for joining me today. koop back. In the archives at sparked my muse dot com and see over four hundred audio episodes. Go back a few years and see who. You've missed and the different topics i've covered. Thank you so much for supporting me. And i hope you can get my book. The wildland within one of the things i noticed in colette book is that we both covered the story of the little prince. And when i saw that. I thought for sure for sure we must be salsa blinks. And that's another reason why i wanted to cover her book on this podcast. If you buy cullens book or happened to cross paths with her in real life or online teller. I sent you be blessed.
Poker in the Ears
"koop" Discussed on Poker in the Ears
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The Rich Eisen Show
"koop" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Single day. Front of the paywall. If you will right after dan patrick taking you too brother from another which we will do at the top of the next hour coming up. Next ron rivera. The eight c of the w. f. t. right here on the rich eisen show or are. Es so if you type in at. Billy don't look if you guys can give me one other one. I'll be impressed. Third one you should be easily be able to get well. It's not about one name because digging is number two. That's the second one that comes up. Irish yeah you said i would not be able to guess rest. I would have never guessed the words coming out your mouth. I got young people. But i'm just saying giving on coop step up to the brockman microphone. Take your mask down going up. They go he's dropping golf balls go ahead and do it go to step up can can you turn all right copies. Sit down on the chair. Please sit down okay. We're doing the manning with it's cut copy. That's how pepper sit down. Lean into the mic. So we can hear you buddy boy. Tell me your favorite billy or song. I don't like billy. I love him even more. He's really quiet all right. So how old is he rich. He's how old is. He's eleven pool. You ask him talking about power. Ten years see ads in that question. He might going to give you a different zan. Likes billy amish. More than you taylor. Defa okay so then. What's the who's did so. Billy allow allergies and even on your top ten. Go to know what's on your top ten goto copies. I honestly like a lot of them. Most of them are tie. If i looked at your spotify right now. Who who you have on it right. Oh you'll have any biggie on their coop. Given biggie on your your play list. Some jay z. some nice. it's mob deep. No okay pit bull. all right okay. I'm friends with the pit bulls dancer so yeah. They were talking muslim bad ones as a basketball game. The most bad ones not the most good ones the most. Okay ones the most bad one time. Meaning kuku care. I feel like it chris. brockman right. well well just show what you. Dan about nicknamed. Koop koop ridge are you happy. Are you only happiest when your team loses or you're happy when your team wins. Not chris brown smack you using child to rag on chris brockman. I'm so proud of myself. You love la can't on vendor prompt rules now get to know her on. Give them lulla follow. Takes care of car like it's a like a fourth. Try these at home. I walk around the entire car. And i know if my seat has been moved on. That's honestly jet allow. That will stop caring about their cars. After no cd. She's high level. give them lala. Listen wherever you get your podcasts..
"koop" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Like the blizzard. The time you can match report it was like the fucking sambre just like completely rexel because of their but remember that and then go fixed very quickly. I'm not saying completed you to us but yeah. That's the only glitch that not you toss the one glitch. I can think of is during extra life. I guess last year We assembled the bugum consortium would not very popular. It's like game of the decade during the ninety s only thousands one of those and i wound up looking up. A bunch of bugum speed runs afterwards. 'cause i thought our specific build the game was broken was bugged But it turns out. Speed runners will use that same tech. Were super broken to speed their way through the game may took the rolling thing. Where do you start rolling and you just like zoom across the map almost jolanta momentum. Yeah plugged them so much bug them to specifically which we did. Last year the soundtrack you'll the soundtrack the bugs one was bergman. Bugged him twos on ios. I think oh sh- wow damn accessible anyway. Lucy in you help me out and read this. Email from cooper in san jose. So let's skip over this giant block attacks on the next one. I've highlighted here. i mean. Pull from minneapolis does ask a great question is at the end of a very long email but i'll go fifty we'll circle back to it. Hey folks last week y'all got an email from the pr marketing team behind rate shadow legends. And it made me think of my roommate. He has a three monitors sets up his computer and everyday. The left monitor has been emails and websites. The center on for work spreadsheets or gaming. At night puzzle that man could have that like he could have any job literally. Any job spreadsheets in emails. The right one has been devoted to rate shadow legends for about seventeen hours day every day since july twenty twenty. What's more surprising to me though is that he hasn't spent a single cent on the game. I have no question to send to you. I just wanted to share with you. The monster that i live with. Please send koop koop. Brinson raid shadow allegience house. I've never played it. Sounds like nikkei extremely bad. Mobile games. mafia o'malley episode of the very online. Show another email without a question. So if i ever pick emails again you know how to get your email right on right on the podcast just now an update on your life. I guess god. I can't imagine running. I don't even know how the game is played. is it like a gotcha. Does anyone know is looking for now. It looks like a turn based strategy. Game there is p. p. a lot of great games legit rage data. Legends is not one of them. Mark nights i is. What's the nights higher almost spend money in that game man almost a raid shadow legends. If you guys are listening four million dollars at the very minimum to get featured as an ad slot. I don't i don't think i could make those moves but i'm gonna make those moves mr back to To me to me is also on the board mr back. Can you read the email from brandon from kansas city of course and other bomb experts. How much credit should i get for fixing something. I screwed up in the first place. Thank you that's a great question less than the full amount. I was by anyone who credit. See them fuck it up. You're getting credit like credit Denote some sort of like you know. I guess you're right. Lucy like monetary credit or. Are we talking about like a good job. I think in the woods and no one's around anyone really crime has been committed candidate involved in this. I'm sure yeah. I think you should get as much credit as the people around. You are willing to give you. Let's just what it's gonna be whether or not that's how much you deserve. I feel like it depends on what the thing you fucked up. Because like let's say. I'll i'll ah somewhere and like Jeff breaks the engine of a car. Somehow and then like fifty. Mr a we come back. And he's like fix the engine. I would give him a lot of credit. I'd be like holy chief fixed a car. I respect a if it's like I smashed the as a no of glued the vase together. I just did that all i did that. I broke a plate and when my mom has like hella like collect like plates pots vases joel statues this like hellish jesus paintings and shit and hello crosses Getting crossed the jesus was wild there. I broke a plate. And then i glued it back together and a glue. That should so nice. I was like my mom is not gonna notice that she did. Five minutes comes home. You broke this fucking played. And i got zero but the like the creases and lines like it looks great. Come through giving shit about having a broken flakes. Don't look broken no. You don't get any you get apollo for that like sam man how. I got negative credit for that. Because you lied probably because the plate was like one centimeter to the left of. Where should have been done on did you. Did you think. I can't do good job or a kids job. I was like his good job is less money by the way that is like the best part of like what it's like being the parent of six year old right now we're like they are fucking lying is so amateur and slit like they live. I tell my kids grow. You did not clean that up. It is so obviously dirty like all the shit they try and pull pulling. This is how it came it all my god. it's so comically so donald allies. I as i told us can like. Oh so dumb. Oh my god. When i have kids. They ain't getting away with like i know you. Well we know all the tricks i just. I mean aside from tam who's clearly never done anything illegal. Have you ever just lied. So deadpan to like your parent where you like you. I've said some straight up lies right to their face. Where i just know like i'm gonna fucking get clapped if i just be like and they'll just be like you're lying to my face you dumb idiot. I'm like no. I'm not. It's just amazing. The kinda shit you will pull before you're old enough to understand the fucking you know the your actions have consequences. It's unbelievable it truly heard. What a journey journey. It is Jeff as a as a parent have you ever. Have you ever encountered a situation where you just.
"koop" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia
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"koop" Discussed on The Edition
"Resistance to this from everybody whether it's the european commission the world health organization crazy academics. Who just kind of spoofing extremely weird science into the marketplace for communications all of which is holding back that transition meaning that more cigarettes sold or the decline in the cigarette market is slower than otherwise would be more people are smoking. More people are getting sick and the companies. I think from what i know of them. Just incredibly frustrated. They think they're trying to do the right thing. But they're being stopped. I'm kind of almost being made to stick with their legacy product when a perfectly good alternatives available that you can move people onto with their consent. Chris's point about doing this without infringing anybody's liberties clobbering them with restrictions on taxes or bands. Or anything you're basically moving people with their consent because if they're told the right information about these products they want to move to them so many ways it's a perfect policy doesn't require coercion or punitive measures. People pay for it with their own money. They do on their own initiative. The private sector does all the heavy lifting an yet fancy that people who favor status and punitive measures are against it. Christopher just find these your piece. Who's goes essentially as for nicotine. Free future do you think that would be a terrible thing or be impossible thing. That's the point. It's going to war on drugs. Rhetoric down this utopian idea of. What's achievable i've written a history about tobacco and smoking years ago and there have always been these dates a little bit in the future when there's going to be no more smoking a cigarette free america nine by nine hundred five under a surgeon. General koop is going to be a smoke for america by two thousand idea. This stuff doesn't happen. And even with the monster coney and laws as we sing with warren drugs. It doesn't happen as abaco. Free world itself is an extremely ambitious. Aim to put it mildly. A nickel is not even justifiable on the grounds of health. Let alone ethically or economically justifiable. It's just it's a crazy and totally unnecessary and perhaps most of all tokyo. I'm realistic aimed to have. I don't think you can put a lot of faith in people who have so little understanding of the real world that they think this is something that can be stripe for or Should be stressful. Say this is no. Why would you want sound. And it could seem free. I've been addicted an exam quite happy to be that way from other addicted nicotine anti-smoking people trying to get me to stop. Smoking then did done switch to vaping and now. There's a lot of people just want me to do that. And then today. That is none none of anybody else's business you can see from a health perspective. Why people might wants a nobody in the world smoke cigarettes. But i see no reasons all why you try and go for a nicotine reward without the explicit. Aim now of the. Who and game shows the kind of fanaticism. you're up against christopher and clive. Thank you very much for joining. And finally damian thompson is feeling angry and writes about it. In this week's issue giving a potted history of his raging estranges. Both boston president dame joins me now along with student who created the hit. Tv show grumpy. Old men damon. You'll piece in this week spectators. It begins with an account of and i quote you going off on one. What does it like when you go off on one. It doesn't look like very much but it sounds very loud. Think it's embarrassing. Every show including the on with embarrassed by these things but the rain is absolutely genuine and it bursts in up out of nowhere. You didn't realize you were so insanely furious with this annoying person for science gays. May you invited more space over. And he do rather wonder whether intensity the race comes but my genuine general approach is this tulsa is complained in a very annoying way of about something that didn't happen. I'm completely innocent pushing looking round guy. Who would never dream such a thing. And they've decided to. Mika fuss in wherever and they'll think twice if we'll do it again because we'll get mullet bogging what's up anyway. Tino me say something to the past nor does it just bubble up and then you keep it to yourself. No no. I know myself ever. This is the whole point of people themselves. But i've never been keeping my anger for myself. Never been my strong suit. As i think everybody was tasted knows. Everybody's a rugby news doesn't have that. I didn't walk around in the punk rage or if i didn't like older. So in this case his this pathetic individual pushing his bike into book show longer session and first of all. I'm not a big fan psyches with this new beyond on some aristocrats of the road. And so i'm not a big fan of the way was pursue by the bloody bookshop. And so i thought i made him but anyway it was difficult bike and to people trying to get through the door and i have behind me the excuse me. Excuse me. who's actually quite paul. She just excuse me you push me just full. You're winning bunk. Eytan and he's sets something about you. Just repeated and i said i wat- very crossley. And then he muffs only about manners and social distancing. I was wondering moss and he wasn't a which point i said mate. You've gotten mental health issues clearly if you're starting fights with strangers and that's attack actress who in basically. I said you need to see a therapist because he was carrying muttered therapist mental from this very loudly shop leaving piece for the customers probably thinking. She wasn't with mental health issues. I was but it does happen. What interests me is that. Actually i think i hear it all the time. These these rows between strangers masami about ralph between strangers brings out this inquiry unexpected rage. A one was in twice about dressing. Somebody union stu you produce the series grumpy owed man did. When you're reading damian's osco did make you think it might be time for a reboot. I what damian's experiencing is a completely different woman. Which i think he probably should seek professional help. Grumpy old man was much more vase syndrome which expressed itself certainly not in rage but more As with rather. I suppose pathetic just under the breath mumbling and grumbling about the shape of the world..
Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"koop" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"You wear your colonel uniform. And he was like. Sometimes you have to wear if the actually dress. The part there are a ceremonial occasions. When he's expected to show up in what everybody thought it was funny when in the reagan era c. Everett koop war his the. He's vice admiral the the head of he or she. The head of the the surgeon general. The head of the public health service corps is a vice admiral because it has ranks. Apparently there's colonels if your friend indication but apparently it's run by a an admiral not a general so yes this kind of naval looking uniform and no no surgeon. General had worn his ceremonially in a generation. Apparently when coop decided he would be between the uniform and kind of the weird uncle. Sam beard plus the fact that he was a very visible voice on eighties. Air issues like abortion and aids. He had a higher profile than really than any surgeon general before or since he really was he really was a public figure but yeah mostly because of his odd facial hair. they look like navy uniforms. All of them he's admiral man and of course it would be incorrect to call the surgeon general general because he or she is an admiral There are director generals in many big ngos and government organizations. I think the only director general in the us government is the one who runs the united states foreign service. There's also a controller. General do you say comptroller or do you say controller. What i say comptroller. Don't you i from the i think controller is i guess in a in a business. I say controller. But it's supposed. I think it's supposed to look like comptroller. Do it's french origin but be pronounced control of it because it looks like comptroller. It's okay to say comptroller. The times that i say comptroller. It's always to do with the university right. Like a company has a controller but a university has a comptroller. That's weird it should be. Maybe i've just invented. That should be the other way around. 'cause company has competent it. Oh like the roller of the whole companies. The comptroller you go The us government has a controller general. That's the guy that runs. The general accounting office created in the twenties. Kind of the harding. Era are modern budget. Process started with these twenty era budget acts that created the whole idea of how the legislature passes a federal budget. And there's got to be an internal to be in charge of those books and that's where the office of controller general was born. I'm just realizing that my doctor friend. When he said that he was the rank of colonel he was saying that in order to communicate it to me. Because he's really gonna gap. Does he was putting army terms for you. But it's naval ranks would be naval ranks right. He would be captain. Not a not a colonel unless that some little trick that they play at the health and they're kind of makes sense. For noah for the noah commissioned corps the weird april and to have tab nautical sounding ranks because of the lowest scenic but really for a public health service. Do they need to sound watery. I think i would imagine. Most of them are on land most of the time. Yeah yeah probably they're not in submarines that much know what do you think space for are the ranks in space force Army navy life. They've got to be air force like which would make them army like right. Army like yeah. I guess that makes sense for except not privates airmen. But that's a problem a problem because the star trek view of the future is that. It's a navy admirals and captains all the way down. You got those little pipes when when captain kirk comes aboard well. It's true that a spaceship is a but the se this is i think the classic lack of imagination about space force because we'll just make it the air force but higher. The thing is the air force's always trying to come up with reasons to exist. Well the air force should have been given space then well. That's exactly what i'm saying. They're by far the closest to space of any of the eight uniform services like the was in charge of nuclear missiles right. But that's very tenuous connection are. Do you know air force. People are they pissed about space force because they just lost they now. They have a ceiling on their on their sphere of influence. I mike my senses. That air force people can choose to go to space force. I suppose if you were in the navy and you wanted to go to space force you to but like i think at the airport yourself in canada well right if you know no there are more. Ufo's living under the ocean than anywhere else can obviously to hitch a ride in the hollower. So no i think if you're at the air force academy now if you go to the naval academy you have to choose between the marines and the navy. Okay and i think if you're the air force academy now you can choose space force in an away. What i'm gonna minor and space force. I think hedge my bets. I think they should just elevated nasa to become a Sure military service. Yeah exactly. What does nasa have a uniformed corps. Why doesn't why don't they trade off. General why are there. Noah guys in uniform with with funny braids but astronauts. Don't necessarily get the nuts. Maybe they all came from. No i think the uniform of nasa is a short sleeved white button down shirt with a pocket protector. That should be the that should be. The thing should be a vice admiral if the size of your pocket. Protector should convey your rank in valor star. Wars kind of equivocate right. The imperial imperials have admirals running the stars but they also have generals presumably landing the the land forces as well. But you know a lot. More about star trek than i do well. There's what's his name captain. Whatever sees his. Admiral get four strangled at the beginning of empire and then he becomes an admiral. What are we talking about. Now is a star wars or star wars star wars the so and so saw has what do the who captain darth vader. He's always killing off his officers for sure. So he takes out. Admiral whatever. And then captain whatever suddenly admiral now but captain is a rank in the navy. Yes but there's also generals oh one one of those guys in the conference room with tarkenton star wars general and the guy. That lands has at outs on hot as a general. Well that makes sense right to your. You would have yeah. The navy is carrying the army to the to the next planet to colonize. That's what they do or they could be the marines the imperial marines. Although they never say that do they have marines in star wars. That's the that's the ultimate question. If if you are a soldier being transported on a navy ship. I think the navy carries army but the guards on a navy ship marines. We're gonna get so many letters from people explaining leagues Imperial all the people that have watched every episode of rebels and clone. Wars are going to yell at us about not realizing that admiral duca was a mccall's count. Do cu vice admiral. He's got that coop like beard. Anyway that brings us to the two officials general the us government that I'm most interested in officials general. I like that because they are in the jets. They serve on the justice department. There's the attorney general..
KOA 850 AM
"koop" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From the 30356 for the Detroit coach. Clip was freaking awesome. I needed that. Yeah, from the three or 3947 Talk about Gary Kubiak and Philip Rivers Retiring. Thanks. Yes, all day yesterday. Koop's is gonna retire from the NFL. You think it's because he's not feeling great? Are that he's just I don't know. I'm not. I have not have not talked to him in quite a while. He's only 59 seems a little young. True. True he was retiring before right. They could. Then he retired because of what you said. When we collapsed on the sideline and That he went back. He was the play caller for the Vikings. I find it unless there's something else and again. This is pure speculation on my part, but I find it hard to believe unless he's got something physically going on that if 59 Gary Kubiak is done With football at some level I I just think that's hard for me to buy into Yeah, it's very demanding job. So Yeah, being a coach in the NFL, and do you believe he'll be in the ring of Fame? Super Bowl winning coach. Long time back up here, much beloved. Back up to John Elway. Um gosh, That is a really good question. I had not thought about that at all. I would think he'll get consideration. I would think to. I mean, I'm on the committee. Have to, you know, look at the entire body of work. You mean he's been involved in some of the bigger some of the biggest moments in Broncos history? S Oh, yeah, I think he would get. I think you get a lot of consideration for the ring of fame. So he was backup quarterback in all of those Super bowls that they lost with John Elway. Nine years. He was put back up quarterback, and then he was, I believe the offensive coordinator In the ones they won without. That is correct. So, yeah, I would think that's a pretty good resume right there. In Broncos history. Well, he mean, he wouldn't get in on the back of quarterback argument that would not be sufficient to get into the ring fame, but it does speak to his longevity. On importance in the organization. I don't think he'd get in. On the offensive coordinator for the two Super Bowl wins Super Bowl 32 33. In and of itself. But then he was the head coach of the team that won Super Bowl 50. So when you compile all of that together I think it's I think it's worth having the discussion. We call that body of work, Dave, his body of work nicely done. When you look at it all. I think he would. He's in the discussion. That's a good way to put it. Good dude, too. Yep. They're evidently has been a crash and I 25 near Loveland. We have no details on that. Let's see if we can find out more with somebody that texted us about that asking will. It was saying that was taking five hours to clean it up it Zob Vesely, a big crash, but we don't know. Too many of the details about that in a texture, asking if we're going to talk about Hank here, and we did at the top of the show. We are aware that he passed away at 86 Yeah, Hall of Fame legendary baseball player. They just showed that clip. On ESPN and hear of him circling the bases, and it was two guys. That were kind of chased him down right about between shortstop and third base. They weren't chasing him down to a cost him. They just wanted to celebrate with him, But But you couldn't mean that just speaks to the different time that That happened, right? You couldn't do that mean you holy cow. You know, Security's a lot on rightfully so a lot higher these days. It was dangerous, just jump out of the stands and say We're going to go try to round the bases with Hammer and Hank and that was the era when people which streak games, naked guys would jump on the field run across the field. I don't know. Seven. It just would run and jump out of the stands. Come out of the stand naked. Yeah, was the thing was a surprise you somebody would go naked down the street? No, not at all, because I've never had that before. That seems disgusting that anyone would ever do that. Anybody can depends on who it is. But why would anybody G not something that Rick and I would consider doing it for obvious reasons. I don't think anybody really needs to see us. Nobody would want to see that. Nobody wants that. Nobody needs that. Nobody wants to see Nobody's asking for that. Streaking. What depends on what man I'm speaking strictly of you and me. I think you could say that about 99% of the men. Oh, I think there's some men that the be a lot of people that would say Hell, yes, Yeah, There's a few out there. Female and male. Yeah, but women. It was the guy that play Who's the big? What's that dude's name? George Clooney. Don't think I think George is you know George is an attractive guy for sure. But I think he's past his prime in terms of streaking naked now the rock You know, he might be.
"koop" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Diggity dog figuring election dude and this. It's some militant me corruption dude and me has a mouth but cannot you We had a clock with hands that couldn't clap right theme here there is, I don't know a river. River River has a mall thick, but cannot you okay? Hey, You know what? The first uh boy I advertised on TV was I don't know A bird, the first member Hey, everybody. I'm hearing that all my audience going. I know. I know a few people my age, Mr Potato head. Oh, really? Mr Potato Head was the first advertised the first toy advertising television. Okay from 1952 to 1963 parents had to supply real potatoes. Okay is poor because they just gave you have the parts, you know, for the eyes and Harrison. Whatever type thing 1919 87, Mr. Potato Head became the spokes spud for great Americans smoke up. He gave up his pipe to surgeon general C ever Everett Koop in Washington D C All right the head until 1964. What has s also from 1952 1963 get a supply your own potato. Okay, and then from 1964 on up, that's when they came out with the plastic body. Interesting. OK, right. And so yes, Mr. Potato Head was regained fame with the movie twice. Story. That's how I know it could. Yes, my generation family net. Okay, let's go back to the Yes, we have Lisa. Okay, Lisa, There you go. We're back again. All right. Did you know that Mr about Mr Potato Head? I did not know. Look at that. Something new. They paid to get up this morning. That's what my if there is. Okay, so now you have a question. Yes. So about the Collar. Um, color. Also when I walked him yet, but what you're gonna do? Yeah, because you got to remember harnesses restrained. They don't train. Okay. They teach a dog to pull because they could pull forward. And what do you do? You pull backwards to restrain him from tripping me out in front. Okay? Just like if I grab your arm and pulled you towards me, your auto reaction is to pull the opposite way. Correct. And this everybody thinks that the hardest thing is more easier, mean and the and the animals actually the best thing. What I put all my pops. It is called the Star s T A. R mark. Off trading collar star Mark Dog training collar, Okay, and they have a lot. They have small and they have large and so what you need they have links their plastic links is what they are. They have, like a little pyramids on the inside that poked the dog. You know, if I want your attention, I poke it and we don't give it to me A pokey harder and pretty soon you look at me like what? What do you want? Okay, Now I'm gonna tell you what I want. Now that I got your attention, and NASCAR's remember dogs learn by trial on air. They do this. This happens. They do that That happens. So if the dog goes ahead, you give the leash a little pop there. You know that pop with the trading call around And you say your word Hell or walk When you go for a walk with the dog, The hook of the leash should be rested on the back or the side of the dog. All right, that's what she'd be doing because I got away from using what some people call choke collars that Jane ones. Because if you knew how to use it, they were great. But the majority people didn't have the timing and the dog was playing the price. So I got out of the technically choke collars. Okay, they can't collars. And so that's why I came. I found the star Mark collars, which I use up for all my puppies. And then, like I say, as the dog gets older that you could add links They like that. They're just plastic legs that come apart so you could make the collar. Smaller, bigger. How many pounds of your pup right now? 12. Well, they look at that. I just pulled that out of my ear, and I said 12 all at the same time, she said, anyway. So anyway, so, but what I would do is that yes, you can get the small ones. I'm not sure I know that if they were running out, maybe because I'm buying them all because I'm using but any way you can get the large and take links out because eventually decides that your dog's gonna be what you probably use that But it depends on the coat that you're gonna keep your you know your due to land. So that's why we're gonna keep it in a dance coat. You might need a different trading collar, but this will start. Well also to what the doodle that you want is make sure you get that hair out of those eyes. No shelves above and no blinkers on the side that makes for very, very spooky puppies, and they have a hard time negotiation, negotiate. My goodness, Gracious on negotiating a stares and such. I know it looks cute, but they can't see. And so what I tell people and some of the now the groomers there knowing that that people have talked to me. It is not an official cut. Maybe someday they'll call it this. I call it an owl cut. You know how If you look at an owl's eye, all the feathers go away from their eyes. That's what you want for this dog. You don't want any little tunnel like he's gotta see through a tunnel or try to see what your hair you and you can go to any groomer. Don't do it yourself because you might hurt the dog. Go to any group instead of it said all I wanted to the eyes trimmed. I want an owl cut where it's a totally away from the eyes. And your groomers will love you because they want to slowly, aka mate that the pup to what they're gonna need later. You don't mean to be noted with the grooming to utensils and then you ask the the groomer. On go to mom and pop shops, the quarter ones, not the big box stores, okay? And so then what's going to do is ask him what pressures you need. And then what? How to use them could be that everybody's getting these doodles. The coats are Unbelievable here. And if you don't do it right, it tangles next to the skin. And literally, you're gonna drop your dog off thinking that you're gonna have a feel a little bit semi cut and your dog is shaved And the reason is because it was all tangled all the way to the skin. Cause you didn't know how to use the brush is right. And so that's why what you want to do is find yourself. You know a groomer in your area that people like And then, like I say, you set up to say, I just want the ice cream right now. And then I want you to show me what brushes I need and how to use them correctly, Because in the long run, I'll save you a lot of money. If you keep up on the coat because of that coats, knotted boy that groom is going to charge you a bunch, you know to a not your dog on and so anyway, so it's really important, you know to do that, but that's what you want. Clear Field division. Wanted to drag a leash around the house. I would get that star Mark collar, all right, And so that now, if the dog tries to go ahead, you just give the leash a quick flick..
The Art Newspaper Weekly
Contemporary public art: who is it for?
"Louisa. When i look back over the newspaper dot com archive in in relation to christoph boucle. What i found was a lot of fierce debates mentioned in the articles about him often involving authorities as well as art world people. He wants to create this kind of control. He doesn't need so so tell us about this latest controversy. Why is it such conservancy. It starts off by the venice biennale in two thousand nine hundred nineteen when we will all of us walking through the arsenal and that was a vast rusting boat on the key side. Not in water. That's not an unusual thing to see. It looked kind of weirdly home amongst the other sort of naval paraphernalia around in the snarly but then of course there was no notice nothing to identify it. If diligent you look up in the catalog but unite was very mysterious but of course word of mouth soon came through this was indeed a work and art not a piece of rusting boatlift over by the navy it was balkan nostra it was cooled and it was actually the very boat which had been leaving libya for its louis laden with excess. Don't know how many of the thousands immigrants trying to get it collided with portuguese freighter. Got into trouble and sunk killing everybody. Pretty much on board. I mean it was an absolute atrocity slash disaster. The boat was then taken by the italian navy to sicily where there was an incredible detailed forensic investigation on all of the bodies of the victims many of whom were trapped in the hall of the boat. They'd be impacting. It was it was a trafficking boats. It was a horrific horrific scenario There was a forensic detailed investigations to who the identity of these people were many of their families traced and so they learn to the terrible fate of relatives now. I didn't quite know how this happened. But then time passes from two thousand fifteen. Somehow a deal is struck with the sicilian town of augusta where this both ended up in the naval base to bring it to the venice biennale as an exhibit. Christopher cal had signed a contract with the town of augusta that he could borrow the boat for yeah it would be exhibited has been and then he would return it a year later so the boats there everybody feels extremely conflicted about some people said it was a brilliant idea that shows how decadent the art world is how decadent our world is how uncaring we are. It was kind of appalling. I felt the boat was parked right by the cafe. So you start swinging europe roles and your and your cappuccinos. Perhaps not knowing there was in effect the site of mass atrocity a mass grave. Right beside you. So was it makes us think about our place. In the world on carrying thought about crises unfolding very close to us or was it. An exploitative opportunistic attention seeking Profile raising artwork by christopher. Koop and as you say he does have form in this respect. He's done other things. He's crushed landed a mosque in venice inside the catholic church for another being all for the icelandic pavilion. Several years ago he also set up community centers on controversial other things in tasmania. We'll probably talk about in a minute. So but this was a big one and yes it's very raw and the debate in the controversy still rages but the latest part of. This debate is a year on from the being ali. The boat is still. There is a dispute between the being early organization and bianco and he's gallery well absolutely yes. Because as i said he signed a deal with the city in town of augusta. Maybe you know. Maybe money exchanged hands. I don't know but anyway but the deal was that the boat would then come back to augusta where apparently it was intended to be the centerpiece for memorial park with the consent of the relatives. Also in all kinds of rumblings around the time in the been on it was stated apparently the families had given their permission for this boats to be used or some families are given their permission. I mean gardeners specific. But that will talk of permission. But now there's the boat the biennale a now say they have been hassling buco since november last year to bring this boat back to honor his agreement to honor the contract with cillian town of august. Gustave saying they want the boat back as well now sources close to buco say that because he never talks to the press which is another thing we can talk about minute They say apparently the boat was damaged in transit coming venice so it's going to be impossible until the cradle support is fixed for it to come back again to augusta so buco is now trying to get insurance to pay for this either from the benaroya. Who said no go away or probably problem rudely or indeed from the shipping company. But i mean. I would say that you know only ethics about whether you actually share bin ali or not. I felt squeamish. I think we're dead. People are concerned it starts to get very problematic. Any put all those ethics to one side. You honor the agreement to the families you on the agreement to the place from whence you lent it and if and if the cradle got caught up and pay for it or you make your gary who house involved not show for penny or two to cough up and pay for it you know. I draw lines more lines in the sand. Whatever want feels about artworks raising profile of terrible crises. Apparently there's talk about taking the boat to brussels to show how come the the eu have been ignoring the immigration crisis. I mean lofty motives. But you know this is a place where over thousand people died.
Malaysia files charges against Goldman over 1MDB fraud
"Malaysian prosecutors are seeking criminal fines of over three billion dollars and prison. Terms against Goldman Sachs Bank is implicated in the country's long-running one MD scandal to employ ease at the Wall Street investment Bank or accused of bribing Malaysian officials to secure involvement in the auction of six point five billion in bonds for one MVP in two thousand nine hundred twenty thirteen two thirds of which was allegedly misappropriated. Stefania? Palmer has been covering the story for the F T and she spoke to Tom Brady threat about the latest developments. Stafani tell us about the Malaysian charges. How far do they mirror charges brought against the Goldman bankers by the US department of Justice last month? They're actually very very similar, and it kind of indicates Malaysia somewhat has piggyback on what the DOJ has already announced in terms of charges. They target similar bankers. It's Tim lice ner. And Roger it's also the same some two point seven billion dollars. That is what the do j said was misappropriated from the bond. Proceeds issued by want him to be an arranged by Goldman. The judge said they were used to essentially bribe Malaysian officials, and that is the same points made by the Malaysian attorney general so it definitely seems like the DOJ announcement really helped Malaysia kickoff its own proceedings in a far bigger way far bigger than what we've seen so far so one of the buying because you mentioned Tim listeners in the US and his cooperating with the Justice department probe the other way. One Roger owned is in Malaysia and being detained that right? Exactly. So he tried to appeal he tried to acquire the rights of bail. But he was denied this rice. According to the local press and local court filings. And one of the main reasons was thought the judge said there was a risk that he might abscond and that could be obviously problematic. Also because the US has requested an extradition for Roger ten. We're still pending. This extradition hearing that Hoste happen in Malaysia. But for now Roger remains in remand, and essentially was arrested in Malaysia remains in custody. The one person that we haven't mentioned so far as Joe low is he in folded in this. He was the guy the center of the scandal. But we haven't heard or seen from him for quite some time. Exactly. So Jolo remains at large even though he was technically never employed by one MD beam. He definitely is deemed to be at the heart and the key architect of this entire frauds. He was. One of the people that was accused and was charged in the charges issued by Malaysia on Monday. But a spokesperson of deluge sense. A statement saying that's he believes he's not guilty. And that he doesn't want to deal with governments like Malaysia which she thinks or essentially targeting him for political purposes, we have no idea where he is. We can't say there are strong rumors that he might be in China. But this still has not been confirmed how to Jolo and Goldman tied together in this whole I on you. So essentially, Joe low has always been seen, according to court filings on also charge sheets that were distributed by the DOJ as being a very very close figure to some of the bankers, especially in licensing in Goldman. And they were always deemed to be together. Whether it was very important meetings. Allegedly Jolo was also sitting in some meetings with the former head of Goldman. Look blankfein as we also reports it, but Jolo has always been seen as the key figure linking one empty be to Goldman especially to bring about these financial transactions and house Goldman so responded to these latest stuck his ations. They say they obviously do not agree that they will continue fighting these accusations and that they're trying to cooperate as much as they can with authorities. You recently interviewed unwell Ibrahim who's expected to be Malaysia next prime minister. And he expressed his Gusta the way Goldman behave towards his country and suggested negotiations should be undertaken to recoup a substantial amount of losses. Let's hear clip from that interview. To do this all of Shinn's. That no, of course, demanding the commission to be done. But. Negotiations. Jinyu because the complicity woman sex has inactive faked been use by do I I'm db to give some sort of clubs to them, and therefore is a cost to the country. So positively to give all subsidy negotiations will begin Koop a substation among the losses to be given back to the people of this the scandal of the missing funds, of course, his wider than the bone sailing in question, how much money altogether, does Malaysia believe was stolen from the country's state investment fund. And what do we know about where the money went so allegedly four and a half billion dollars has gone missing from one MD be on it just found stir around a number of Bank accounts, all over the world and ended up being used for buying things. Like, custom jewelry more producing Hollywood movies as we know. Just like Bo the wolf of Wall Street, for example, ironically, also to bike very very expensive works of ours or luxury real estate, so what really makes this situation. What distinctive is the cross-border nature of? It's the intricacy of the network that was created to embezzle and siphon off these funds. But also just the vast array of objects dots were bolts with the money. They was one MTV's the scandal. Brought down the government of Nnaji Razzaq who founded the fund in two thousand nine he's facing his own charges. Although he denies any wrongdoing. Do you think the change of regime means the scandal will now be fully investigated? Absolutely. I mean after the elections in may was released night and day change in Malaysia. When it comes to addressing the one MD investigation. I mean under an Brazil took the people that were starting to investigate the one MD be affair while he was still in power lost their jobs. He moved them away from their responsibilities and also the Swiss attorney general, for instance, because Switzerland. It is also one adress diction that is investigating one MD because money has ended up also in Switzerland allegedly. The Swiss attorney general also made the point thoughts as soon as he met with the new attorney general and the new government in quality poor. It was a completely different reporter if pre elections in may it was hard to get Malaysia to collaborate in any way. Now, it's the key priority for the current ruling coalition. So I'm sure that there will be a for stronger efforts to dig deeper into the win him to be a fair, and how much more is the left to be uncovered. I think the big big question. It's not so much about quantity. It's more about some key players like Jolo. For instance, he remains at large even though there are authorities in Malaysia and Singapore that have called for his arrest. And if in any way, there's a possibility for Malaysia or any of the authorities thoughts are investigating want him to be to actually get a hold of him and make him become a key part in the investigation. It would be. A complete game changer. So I think that's the key missing toss. When all of
Noon Report with Rick Van Cise
Efforts to recover American's body on remote island called "incredibly dangerous"
"Charles body. He was killed by inhabitants of north sentinel outside is our affectively forbidden by law, the human rights Koops director, Stephen Corry says such efforts would be incredibly dangerous engine team on the senten- lease who faced wiped out if any outside diseases are introduced those jar left behind say he wants to bring Christianity to the islanders officials have traveled repeatedly in recent days near the remote island, but have not set foot on it yet. I'm Charleston with asthma.