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"kremer" Discussed on Opening Arguments
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Let's find out which one, so Thomas, the question I'd ask you during the course of three days oral testimony is admitted on the question of causation in a voluntary manslaughter trial. Just as a sidebar, that kind of awkward passive voice is really, really typical of how the bar exam is written. When they want to establish something as a fact, but not allow you to tie that fact to anything. You know, they'll just say, testimony is admitted, right? So who was admitting the testimony? Go F yourself. You don't get to know that. The wife of the accused seeks to testify. The accused objects to the admission of her testimony, so you have some fair idea what her testimony is going to be. I had posted in our delightful Facebook group the fact that I had rewatched a fish called Wanda. I saw that so good. What a good plane movie, too. It's a great play movie, you know? I thought I might fall asleep in the middle, which I did, and I didn't want to, I wouldn't want to be invested in something that I hadn't seen before, and still hilarious. And so I'm just thinking of Jamie Lee Curtis on the stand going. So good. Yeah. At George was there with us because I remember thinking, where is he going? Get dead of 9 with a shotgun. How has that not been an intro quote? Okay, somebody submitted somebody should pull that for the next intro quote. I mean, we get so many good suggestions that I forgotten one of my favorite movies all the time. I love that movie. So does it hold up? I haven't watched it in private. It's still 1987. But it does not hold up in a way, right? It's fine. It's fine. But it's the perfect airplane movie because you want to watch something like you said that you've already seen. You don't want to watch a new movie. So another one of my go tos is Groundhog Day. I feel like Groundhog Day is the perfect so good. It really is. All right, but here we have the wife of the Q seeks to testify the accused objects to the admission of her testimony under the federal rules of evidence and then here are your options. A, the wife can decide to testify against her husband, B, the husband can have his wife's testimony against him rejected, C, the prosecutor can impeach the wife's testimony or D the other state's witnesses must corroborate the wife's testimony and he gives her gay is the funniest thing I've ever seen. Go ahead. Well, I mean, I like the idea that let's imagine this is that scenario where obviously the husband is committed some crime and the wife is like, I'm going to testify against him because he's a monster. But then you go through all that and then at some point the judge is like, so to the husband, do you want to reject this or not? And then he's like, yes.
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Santander, Hays, Kremer power O's past AL-leading Astros 3-1
"Dean Kramer allowed one run on four hits over 7 and two thirds innings as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Houston Astros three to one Kramer struck out three without walking anyone in the longest outing of his major league career Didn't really have my best change up towards the end of the outing and curveball pretty much kept me in it Curveball and cutter pretty much kept me in it and then flashed in the sinker and the four seam every once in a while Austin Hayes and Anthony Santander hit home runs for the Orioles who now trail Toronto by a game and a half for the American League's last wild card spot Adam spelling Houston
"kremer" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"What have you killing them in some way and then slowly scattering their things throughout the forest, starting with the backpack, the shorts, and then slowly parts of their body. Initially, this case was ruled as a homicide. But, then it was changed to death by abduction. And then changed a third time to an accident. According to most Panamanian officials, this case is solved. It was an accident, the girls went out too far into the wilderness, got lost and never made it out. But to many outside of Panama and few inside even, this case is very far from solved. There are just so many weird things that happen throughout this case that don't quite correlate with the narrative of an accident. They don't necessarily say it's not an accident, but they're just so weird you can't ignore them. The way everything was so spread out and far apart. How did that happen? And we can't say animals because there were no markings on the bones. And where are the rest of the bones? One thing that people point to is that there are a lot of gangs and just dangerous groups of people out there and the girls could have happened across one of these groups and met their feet. Others think that the guide they were supposed to meet on the second had something to do with it. He has a pretty sketchy history of harassment and just being really creepy with female hikers. Super unprofessional and just overall really, really weird. People think he could have been behind this. Another weird thing is that the taxi driver who dropped Chris and lisan at the trail that day. Was murdered a short time later apparently. Some people point to this and say that the taxi driver was involved in whatever nefarious plan was made. And he knew too much about what happened to the girls and was therefore killed as a result. He was a loose end, so he had to go to. Or they could have just gotten lost and never found their way out. It is truly a baffling story and sadly I don't think we will ever have the full answer as to what actually happened out in those Woods. Which is just terrifying. One thing we do know for sure is that they aren't out there suffering. They have passed and their families have some closure in that fact. This one was a wild time, you guys. I heard about this case, probably a year or two ago and it's one of those that's just always stuck with me..
"kremer" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"Into the picture. A little ways away from where the shorts were found was a pelvis and a shoe. Inside the shoe was a foot. And shortly after this 33 scattered bones were also discovered. And DNA testing confirmed that these bones belonged to Chris and lissan. Now again there's something weird here. The foot found in the shoe still had skin on it. Like a normal foot. And there were multiple fractures throughout the foot. And the foot wasn't really that far into the decomposition process. And this was Lee sans foot. But when we look at the pelvic bone the spoon belonged to Chris the bone appeared to have been bleached. And not by the sun. I saw a comparison between Chris's bone and a sun bleached bone. And they are very different. The sun bleached one isn't all one color. It's kind of splotchy, just different colors. And Chris is is all one even color. I don't know how accurate it is, but I found that very, very interesting. I will post a photo on the Instagram because this photo was really hard to find and I want you all to see what I mean. Now, it's just so weird, how their bodies can be in such different states of decomposition. Like day and night differences. Granted they could have died at different times, but they were out there the same amount of time. They went out together and even if they died a day or two apart, the decomp wouldn't be that different. You know what I mean? This all again leads me in the direction of foul play. Especially the part with the bleached bones. Those clearly do not look sun bleached to me, and it's just very weird. And to top it all off, a Panamanian forensic anthropologist stated that after he examined the bones under magnification that there were no scratches or markings of any kind on the bones. There wasn't a single mark to be seen from animals or otherwise. Which is so wild to me. You would think after all that time out in the wilderness that an animal would have gotten to the bones at some point. But the fact that they didn't? Just brings me to some one having done this. Someone taking them,.
"kremer" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"These photos were taken in complete darkness with the flash on. Some of these photos were taken just seconds apart, and some up to 15 minutes apart. These pictures don't seem to be of anything in particular. We don't really know the method to this madness. But it is clear from the photos that the girls were near some sort of ravine, and you can see that it is raining in a lot of them. Some of the most widely talked about photos include one of a twig with little plastic bags on it, and it's on top of a rock. Another one shows what looks like a backpack strap and a mirror on another rock. And there's one it looks like down a ravine and a lot of people think that they see a body. It's very, very hard to pick out, but a lot of people think they see it and with enough convincing, I guess I can see it too. Another photo shows what appears to be the back of Chris's head? This has been assumed based on hair color as Chris had strawberry blond hair and Lee San had dark brown hair. Some people think that the girls were trying to light their way through the wilderness with the cameras flash. And others think that they were trying to draw attention from someone nearby. I mentioned that one of the photos was of the back of Chris's head. You can find this photo and all of the other ones on the Internet. These photos have been very heavily analyzed. Now I am not telling you what to do, but if you can or you want to, I really think you should look up this photo while I'm talking about it. So you can see what I mean and you can have a visual. Because like damn, this is weird. So if you just type into your Google, Chris kremer's hair photo, it's Chris with a K, kremer's with a K, one M so if you have it pulled up and you're looking at the photo..
"kremer" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"At one 37 p.m., another signal check. And this is the first time that there would be an incorrect pin, entered into the phone to try and unlock it. April 6th ten 26 a.m. a signal check from Chris's phone and an incorrect pin? One 37 p.m.? Same thing, another signal check and another incorrect pin. Then there's nothing further from the phones until April 11th. This day, at ten 51 a.m. there is another signal check from Chris's phone and again. Another incorrect pin. Then add 1156 a.m. the phone was turned off. From here there was no further activity and the battery was left at 22%. It is worth mentioning that none of these calls ever made it through as far as I can tell. They're just wasn't enough reception. Hence all of the checks for signal. I did see in some sources that one of the calls did connect. But it was only for a second and nothing came of it. I am not sure if this is concrete info or not, but it is out there. So we have a lot of calls made to emergency services. Clearly they needed help and very soon after going out, did they need it? The calls span over days, and then the remainder of the phone usage was searching for signal. The weird thing is that Chris's phone recorded an incorrect pin being entered starting the 5th. This was the day after Lee sans phone died. Many people believe at this point that Chris was either incapacitated, unconscious or dead. Because if Chris was using her phone, she would enter the right password. So many people believe that Lee San was attempting to enter the password on Chris's phone, but just didn't know it. Another theory regarding this incorrect password is that someone else was trying to get into the phone. Because ultimately, we don't know if they were alone this whole time or if they were with somebody or what have you. There's a lot of theories about this case, and Reddit is teeming with thoughts and ideas and rabbit holes..
"kremer" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"And that same day locals and authorities began searching for the girls via ground search and aerial search, which heck yeah, they acted really, really quickly in this case. I feel like you don't see that a lot. So high 5 on that one. Searches continued and on April 6th, the girl's parents made their way to Panama, with police from the Netherlands as well as canine units and detectives. And this would be the start of a ten day long search to find Chris and lisanne. They searched and searched for a sign that the girls were nearby, but they found nothing. And we're talking a very extensive search. The parents of Chris and the sand even offered a $30,000 reward for any information that could lead to their daughters. But still. There was not a trace of them. Now we will fast forward to June 14th, 2014. It is ten weeks later and something is finally discovered. A blue backpack found by a river bank, near alto Romero. Alto Romero is about 8 to 12 hours of a walk from the summit where lissan and Chris were. A local woman found the pack while working out in her rice paddies and she turned it into the authorities. The woman stated very clearly that this pack had not been out there the day before when she was at working. And she would have seen this without a doubt. So it had to have just gotten there overnight. After inspection, the backpack was very quickly identified, as belonging to Lisa. When investigators examined the contents of the backpack, they found two pairs of sunglasses, $83 in cash, Lee sans passport, a water bottle, Lee sans camera, two bras slash swimsuit tops, and Chris and Lee sans phones. This discovery is big and that's all well and fine, but there was something weird here..
"kremer" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"They were with two dutchmen that they happened to meet while on their trip. They all kind of struck up a bit of an acquaintanceship and ended up hanging out throughout the trip. After breakfast, Chris and Lee sand decided that they wanted to go on a hike. They intended to meet with a hiking guide the next day on the second. But they decided they wanted to venture out early and on their own. Besides, they were not going to be gone long. They didn't plan for a long drawn out trip into the forest that would require a guide anyways. It was just a simple jaunt up the trail and back down. So around 11 a.m. the two took a taxi to the trail and set out with a light backpack, a few odds and ends inside the pack, a water bottle between the two of them and that's about it. I've seen in some sources that the girls took a dog with them, either belonging to the owners of the restaurant they had had breakfast at or belonging to their host family. This hasn't been a 100% confirmed, but there is potential that they had a dog with them at one point. So the girls arrived at the trail where they would be hiking. This was the area near the clouded forests that surrounded the baru volcano, and they were going to be taking the L P and E trail and they were going to hike up to the summit and then hike back down. The LPN used to trail was moderately difficult. It wasn't easy peasy, but it wasn't the hardest trail to hike either. It started out fairly easy and just got steadily more and more difficult as you went on. About two to three hours into the hike is when one would normally reach the summit. Once at this point, there is a sign posted directed specifically at tourists. It highly recommends that this be the end of an unguided hike, and that tourists knock out any farther without a guide, as the area beyond this part of the trail can be very dangerous for people who are unfamiliar to the area, or people who have minimal hiking experience. Which makes total sense, this is a safety thing first and foremost. You don't want tourists wandering past the point of safety, and then just disappearing. So from photos, it was discovered that Chris and the sand reached the summit by around one p.m.. They took photos and rather than turning back and going back the way they came, they decided to venture past the warning signs and continue their hike. Why they decided to go further, we don't know. They were planning on meeting with a guide the very next day. So I don't quite understand what couldn't wait. Maybe the hike wasn't very difficult for them and they wanted a bit of a challenge, but still..
"kremer" Discussed on Criminormal Activity
"So today I have got an interesting one for you. It seems pretty cut and dry when you first look at it, but when you dig a little deeper and really organize some of the details, it starts to get pretty wild. And a little confusing. And this case isn't just about one person. We've got two today. So let us get into the case of the missing Panama tourists. AKA the missing Panama hikers, AKA the lost girls of Panama, AKA Chris kremer's and lisan Froome. So you know what time it is. It is backstory time. So we have Chris kremer's. She was born August 9th, 1992. Her parents are Rolly grit, and Hans kremer's. Chris grew up in Amherst fort, Netherlands, and was described by those around her as a very open and creative person. People around her also noted how responsible and mature she was. And at the time of the story, Chris is 21 years old and was studying at the university of Utrecht. She was studying cultural social education, specifically in art education. And now we have Lee San Fran. She was born September 24th, 1991 to parents din and Peter Froome. Like Chris, she also grew up in Amherst for in the Netherlands. At the time of the story, Lee San had just graduated from deventer, with a degree in applied psychology. Lisan also loved to play volleyball and was described by friends and family as super optimistic, aspiring, intelligent and just so passionate about the things she loved. So thus far they both sound like really wholesome, young adults..
WGBB Sports Talk New York
"kremer" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Do not necessarily represent those of the staff management owners of wg bb live from the w. gdp studios in new york. There that's right lease and gentlemen welcome once again to sports. Talk new york and i'm your host rob kremer. Thanks for tuning in here You know we got a lot to get into tonight on this Beautiful september twenty six twenty twenty one edition of.
SI Media Podcast
"kremer" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"My thing. I don't care about legacy. You're writing the final chapter perfect story book which it would be. It's an la is hometown but he should go do it as long as he wants. i'm telling you they're thinking i'm not saying i would necessarily do that. I agree als at the top of his game. There's no reason necessarily to move on. But they made a plan before they knew that they didn't know our still going to be as good as he is. So the candidates to work with al on thursday night on amazon aikman collins worth in a mystery. You have the newsletter. You'd know. There's all this stuff is i understand. It's yes. aikman calls or threes mystery candidate and mystery candidate. I would say if unexpectedly a guy like mike tomlin. Who nobody's going anywhere came out then. Everyone would want him amazon. Would be one of the places that can go after. And you mentioned like another fee. Allow the manning's you think amazon will do that. Olympian another service. I would assume it's zano all be on amazon amazon right. They already knew that. Now with fox's thursday night then they have a storm andrea kremer scouts view. They're going to expand on those ideas. So i think you'll have multiple feats the of the main the main breakouts with al And whoever and then they'll have other feeds that I'm sure they're going to try to you. Know i like pat mcafee. Make some sense to me. I think there's a bunch of ways you go. I think they'll try to be creative in that. That second screen. Let me ask you one thing that i can screen on going back to. You'd meet the second screen you gotta set. Maybe like the manning type experience you ever replaces. Your play by play analysts combination. Because i don't really. I don't either i don't either. I think what you're saying more. They'll be more second screens for every sport. I don't see the traditional broadcast going away. Because here's the thing if you have a traditional broadcast you don't the second screen is a nice bonus if joe bach and troy aikman and calling his sunday four twenty five bucks cowboys game. I don't need a second-string yup the right you're at and it depends on who's in it all depends on. Who's doing it. A pain in eli of their brothers they can. You know bus these others balls and they've got paint. Obviously everyone said that paint knew what he was doing with this but anybody can go in there and flop to. It's not just like oh second screen pathetic either and it's good. You don't know if it's going to be good until they do it on social media. Espn also has the right. People paid manning's peyton manning allies no slouch. She's got a couple super bowls. Probably not a hall of famer my opinion but i get in and he And their brothers just as kornheiser and wilbon..
Boomer & Gio
"kremer" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"An owner which they don't like your son exactly so it's it's kinda like what happened to brett farve. It's the same thing all over again now. You mentioned inner peace here. He is clarifying monday night. I don't think he's got maybe does have harry krispies. I have no idea but This was him again now. Don't care about all because Zinn attitude in the offseason tops talking about last night. So that was his take on his inner peace and then selling doesn't care zen. He's searching out calling out the bs but to be clear you'd think l. doesn't care because he's doing the beads. He does trying to find the beads during the show. He did yeah. They arrived yesterday so many. Use them today a matter of fact if you see him down there with his head down in his thumb on a beat you know what he's doing completion. Exactly raiders head coach. John hayden do this. Now let's do mark davis instead. Here's marlin do mark davis instead. So he's the the central piece of his. Hbo real sports part. Now one of the things that andrea kremer as came about was so. Your dad obviously had the franchise. You've got the franchise now clearly. It's different the raiders different in the market traders whereas they winstons. He's taken over now. They want super bowl. Is going to ask you about making the postseason pappa. Goin- was the quarterback that mcglone. Yeah mccloughan back into yet. Two thousand sixteen is where. I believe that their car got hurt. He probably would have been the mvp of the season and then went down to houston. Got waxed with cleverness quarterback. Matt coins mclaughlin. But i don't know it was a when did al davis passed away owes more than ten years ago. She cites. it's amazing as it is so he was. They did win with him right. And i think that was del. Rio was probably the head coach. Knife might be right about that. Press conference i've ever seen was the al davis detailing why he fired lane kiffin with an overhead projector press conference. Go back and watch that it is like he. At that point he was gone. Al davis from any sort of reality and he was going through like personal e mails pointing with an overhead projector. Like this is what he wrote me ten days ago which is clearly ally it was like. Wow yeah i don't remember them. Remember i don't know dots so we didn't have the pay kiffin onto five year deal or something because out california employees so he was probably out there screaming and yelling out these things in bandaids on his face. Yes like crazy Superdome caught fire yesterday. The roof of it seems like it's okay. But we'll see i do have and yeah. Why did it catch. Fire power washer. Oh that's what happened. That's yeah guy was up their power. The stories has a power washer. A power washer caught fire on the roof of the superdome and then the superdome not woven smoke or anything. But you could see as you were driving by the black smoke and the d'alene smoke like. Yeah but i'm saying the roof wasn't like completely a as it was one little spot but people clearly were a little taken aback by that time out so looks like there's a power washer washing a a black spot little. That was the water that they always put the department wire out. Yeah that was the part of the powell. That was she too. I thought i saw sud but that was not car. Coming down suds. Okay now the first home game for the saints. Because they played in jacksonville. Last week will be against the giants. October third giants linebacker blake martinez with moose and maggie on the famous their thought. This was interesting now. I feel like we're beyond it. But i did think it was interesting. His take on the kennedy. Golladay situation on the sideline grant of it. I respect it in a way. Obviously there could be thrown away over overboard But in the grand scheme of things you you look for god to have that fire during then he was talking about. You want passion you guys that want to be there in big spots and while it may not be a great look he gets. I'm a grand scheme of thing type guy a warrior. Yeah i look at you. Guys that i think grand scheme grand scheme in the grand scheme of things. I'm stuck with you. So i might as well get along. Nejd genome. sean. Marks met the media yesterday his expectations for this team going forward. The same goal is to be the last team standing. You know there's probably my guess. Six eight teams that have that same similar goal and a realistic one. Everyone else sucks up sucks really bad teams out there horrible windfall. Five six games. What have you heard of. Gm say how many teams actually have these guys. The league is no chance guys that are going to combine cost somewhere around six hundred million dollars. Listen go in the dodgers payroll about nine hundred million dollars. They won so be it. Just deal with it. Tell you no one wanted to come play for you. Evan. -fornia yes. Now listen no be good again. You got kemba walker tent saloon. I mean we're i think we're a better team they should be. I just would not a championship team but were better to be a playoff team. Though you would think bob at belmore joins us. What's going on bob. Hey guys doing all right. How dumber the people in new orleans to power-wash the top of the superdome when they just got dumped with two feet of watered. Who does i would imagine. It was a little Dirty in you know that rain and some of the other stuff the hurricane. I don't know. I mean it seems like a little much to power-wash the roof and the superdome but i mean the power wash it and then have it catch on. Fire is the problem. I will say this though. I love the power-wash. Oh it's fun you now. Mike loves the snow blow. Yeah i like the power. You gave me a power washer in two thousand ten. That'll guys to know died. Three years ago. That thing lasted for eight years. Wow that's pretty good. It's pretty therapeutic to us. 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"kremer" Discussed on Fever Dreams
"As the desecrators of their sacrifice. Yes so this is kind of our january six update. Obviously the january six commissioners kicking off republicans are trying to counter program. That matt gaetz and marjorie taylor. Green protests outside the justice department. And so what's going on. Here is something that struck me as interesting while the vast majority of the riot suspects have been released from jail pending trial. Some of the worst of the worst people who facing the most serious charges are still in jail. And they've kind of taken on this sainthood on the right and are becoming reminded me nothing like as much as like the irish republican army sanctifying. Its people in prison. They're calling them like the one sixers and this kind of stuff. And so we're seeing this kind of coordinated effort to make these guys out to be innocent patriots who were simply who've been kind of taken on you know who are being unfairly prosecuted by the justice department simply because they love trump and free elections. Okay so obviously. Matt gaetz is having a prominent role in this. What is he been up to this week. What is he spearheading. Yes so he's he's rallying with marga green and paul gosar louie gohmert kind of the arose gallery and these guys becoming very fixated on how the prisoners being treated in dc jail. Now obviously not gonna come out and tell you the jail is the nicest place. Spend your time these tales. These defense attorneys have been telling very lurid tales of what's going on in the jail. They're claiming that guards are taking the january six prisoners out one by one and beating them up sometimes with help from other prisoners. That one guy was like my clients hands fell down and everyone was laughing at him while he was getting beaten up and the line. That's coming out especially on one. America news newsmax is. They're saying this is worse than guantanamo bay. Which is odd. Because like these guys were like puerto guantanamo. It's a little odd to to be like that place is messed up and either. This is worse than abu ghraib as well. This idea that these guys are being subjected to these like medieval tortures and that this is becoming really like a very animating. 'cause i'm we're the abuses at gitmo and abu ghraib were meticulously document. There is a lot of evidence you can have slammed down. If you want to make the claim that there were horrific abuses. There are these defense. Attorney is providing any Photos indirect evidence Like evidence of bruising or bleeding like is there anything like no have. They said why they haven't providing evidence because if this is going on it is a horrific abuse that whatever the prisoners did. You can't do that right. Yeah they really haven't offered any evidence of that. i mean. i asked the attorneys. Who was kind of this interview with newsmax in podcast favorite. Greg kelly where a lot of these came out these allegations of like basically torture chambers inside the jail and the attorney did not get back to me. He hasn't entered this. And the court record making this claim and so but nevertheless i mean this has been embraced by congressional republicans and a lot of right wing media at the same time they're also having these rallies and the rally they had a rally outside the d. c. jail two weeks ago they're having another rally and a lot of these rallies are kind of feature the flotsam leftover from the election fraud movement. And so like. There's guys who like sydney powell is now pivoting to being a rescue the prisoners person and so they had this rally and they read out letters from the inmates and they're really liked boys. Like how do we end up here. And so the one guy had his letter that i loved and he said we're just regular freedom loving americans with a tendency towards humorous shenanigans Humor shenanigans. did they stipulate what they defined as humorous shenanigans the ultimate should and again. You know beating up cops or whatever and obviously this is part of the same kind of martyrdom candidates thing. We're seeing with ashley babbitt and really part of this whole effort to really rewrite the history of january six and so i should mention. We're getting there almost taking like little relics or little bits of their new saints and so the latest thing is this audio that came out that purports to be the prisoners singing the national anthem every night at nine pm. And it's this really scratchy audio. I was listening to in my wife and then another room asked if i was listening to footage of an extra system because it was it was just like screaming and obviously like a jailhouse recording is going to be best quality but it sounds terrible but people. I mean amy kremer. This republican activists who is involved in the rally that preceded the riot. She's at oh this is so sad. Broken heart emoji. So we're seeing kind of all these personality aspects. Come out about the prisoner and this idea that they are political. Prisoners is the phrase that keeps being repeated over and over as anybody made the nelson mandela comparison yet like is there a particular quote unquote political prisoner. Here they're holding up as the nelson mandela of the january sixth movement. There's a gentleman who was supposedly had his eye injured during one of these beatings again. That hasn't been made clear and yet the idea that his i was injured has now transformed into his. I popped out. This is a guy who supposedly can if female police officer by throwing her down the downstairs. This guy's a history of beating up women allegedly in the past. And so this guy. Ryan sam soul is becoming one of the main characters. But but really i mean all of these inmates obviously the q. Shaman is a big one the q. And on people in particular have embraced him. Although i can tell you that when i was out in arizona cunanan people were getting a little irritated with his lawyer. Who famously said that. These are short bus people and they were saying that his lawyer is sort of getting in the way of the making him. This smarter because they're getting a little irritated with the lawyers saying that they're short bus. People fever dreams like all daily.
Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers
"In two thousand fourteen twenty one year old chris kramer's and twenty two year old niece and froun leave in amersfoort netherlands. Shortly after graduating from university. The friends became roommates and co workers. They work together at a nearby cafe as they saved money to go in their dream trip a six week adventure in panama tall and athletic leeson was an experienced mountaineer an amateur photographer. She was interested in exploring panama's lush jungles and beautiful landscapes. More outgoing than li san. Chris apparently wanted to immerse herself in the local culture by meeting new and interesting people half a world away in addition to relaxing and exploring. Both young women planned to do some good during their trip. They arranged a volunteer with children at a local school during their stay on march fifteenth. Two thousand fourteen lee san and chris had bought their tickets booked their hostels and set off or boca. Del toro panama getting to their destination wasn't easy between flights and layovers their journey from amsterdam to costa rica took almost twenty hours from costa rica. They took a taxi and navigated the local bus system to get to the panamanian border. Finally they hopped aboard a ferry and sailed into boca. Del toro on march seventeenth. Though their journey was a hassle. The first two weeks of their trip felt like heaven. Boca's del toro's sat on a small island off panama's east coast surrounded by the crystal blue caribbean sea. It was paradise complete with sun sand and good company. Both lee san and. Chris kept diaries during their trip. Which is how we know about how they spent much of their time. Rather than following strict schedules the two women lingered at meals with fellow tourists and enjoyed the flow of panamanian life. Lee san wrote that they mostly spent their days learning spanish. Though it was difficult lease and felt thrilled every time she recognized a word in conversation.
WGBB Sports Talk New York
"kremer" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Machinery afterwards. Because it's It's got a little bit of kick at the end but it's really smooth very filtered through and it's got a hint of some They've got a hit some fruit in there too. Which is nice. Oh very refreshing for a for a summer beverage nice and As richard said it's eight point eight percent so this is not fear that you're going to sit down coors light and slug down twenty of them. This is a beer to be savored and Enjoyed and taken with a meal. Probably do it. It would be tremendous and exactly this is. This is one of the bears. We've got some time. You got some good friends. You got some good food. You got some good atmosphere. You open it up the enjoy you step. You have a good time with it right for people who may be unaffiliated I stands for india. Pale ale m. my first exposure to that so to speak was with Bass sal when. I was a student in london Bass ipa and That's what that Signifies now the color of the can it. It's it's really. The the marketing is wonderful. Rich the cans color scheme. It's the The riptide colors a navy blue orange and seafoam green it It really captures the spirit and the essence of the riptide. I i couldn't agree more. I think brian and his group did a great job. And a lot of times you do these promotions and and and. i don't want this to come off at a bad way. But you do these promotions. And you don't westhampton beach. Brewing company has a has something they want to get across them. We have something we want to get across and we want both of it to get across where it works well for the boomer esiason foundation but again. This collaboration has been. I catch trusted enough. How smooth and easy. This collaboration with these guys have been nice. And i think it's because we're all aligned in the same in the same philosophies we're all the same the same person when we talk about these things and we keep them. I always do my stuff. I say you know what the end result we want to do. What's right and we want to do the best. We can for the boomer esiason foundation and then we worked backwards and brian Showed me what he was working on. I didn't even have to go back to and say something like well brian. Can you fit this. can you do this. can you do this. He captured everything and it really ties in like again. We're the new york riptide and we play off of The beachie theme and the shores and we have a lighthouse in one of our logos and he's everyday's a beach day with the westhampton beach brewing company so it just melted perfectly together and i think the cancer amazing really. If anyone hasn't seen the canes please go on westhampton beach growing company dot com and look at the cans. Because he's done a great job and and it's really eye-catching nice nice job. We're speaking of rich lists night. He's the vp of the new york riptide. And we mentioned earlier. they'll be There's a virtual tasting coming up and Make sure that you mark this down on your calendars foca virtual tasting. It's going to be on april twenty second at six. Pm eastern time It's gonna feature as we said the great riptide. Pa announcer colin cosell One of the guys from the riptide and westhampton beach brewing company co founder. Brian skip so mark that down again april twenty second six. Pm you can register at b. I t. dot l. y. slash riptide tasting. And anything more. You want to say about that. Rich he'll be a great night. Yeah so hard nowadays right because we come face to face year. When i'm a face to face person and i like to talk to the fan and and really give them like a pull the curtain back a little bit and let everyone see what happens and and philosophy to You know we're long island's team and we want we want our fans to take ownership and this team so hard now because of the pandemic and getting out and seeing everybody getting vaccines and stuff so we thought this virtual racing would be something that would be. that'd be really really cool and a lot of people have been calling us and saying you know. Where can i get my beer for the tasting. We've been we've been showing them what they can do. And then we're going to get on there. We're gonna have a couple of players right now. We have one. But i think there's a few surprises. We're going to pull out with the players and get them on there. And brian's going to walk us through the process and it's a really really interesting process and i encourage anybody listening that if you haven't been to the westhampton beach berlin company. You should go out there and meet with brian and his partner. Don't give a toward how they do it and it's really really cool. How they have they come up with Making these new beers and tastings and things. He's gonna walk us through exactly what went into this the artwork and then how you made the beer. I'm gonna be on their asking any questions about the team or collaboration. We're gonna have someone on from boomers foundation to talk about that too so it's really gonna be. I wish we could have all done this after westhampton beach brewing company rat around beers and talk the cross talk to the boomer assize foundation and talked westhampton beach brewing company. But we can't because of what's going on so it'll be like that on zoo just a bunch of bunch of friends a bunch of people talking and having a good time what a great event now. Anything else on the docket coming up for the riptide rich you know. We're getting ready for the season. We got a few things coming up here. There's gonna be a new team coming into our league Panther city lacrosse club. They're coming into this year. So there's going to be an expansion draft coming up which are fans are gonna be Going to be tuning in four and then in september we'll do our collegiate draft and then we start training camp in november. And then we're ready to go in december and then we're doing We're launching junior riptide program. So kits be on the lookout for that. We're going to launch a couple of teams have junior riptide teams and one of the things. I really like about the junior riptide that we're doing is we're tying it with a group called f. l. g. out of huntington. They're they're a group called for the love of the and they're helping us with this and I want to create three teams. That actually travel with us because a lot of a lot of teams. We play buffalo rochester albany philadelphia. They're they're kind in our division and in the north division and they all have junior teams so one of the things i wanna do is is when we travel the play buffalo. I wanna take my junior team with being travel with us. The same hotel us go to shoot around and watch the big guy shoot around then we put them through a shoot around and then before game. They'll play the buffalo bandits junior team and then stay in watch our game and then travel back with us. That's really cool program that we're putting together this summer that everyone should stay tuned for. Because i think that's gonna be it's gonna be really fun thing and then we're launching a collegiate box league also And we're going to put kids that are just graduating school. A rising seniors and going into freshman year and coming home from freshman year. Complete a collegiate. Boxing we're our players and coaches are going to be there. Coaching them and my ultimate goal is to find the next riptide player that played on the junior riptide and then played in our collegiate league and tries out and plays for our team going to be my By crowning jewel. If i could have that happen so we're starting to put a lot of that in place. Now in the summer going to be real exciting wonderful up becoming sport on long island and people should check out the riptide and rich list. Thanks for being with us tonight. Taking time out of your sunday night to tell us about this partnership Welcome back anytime rich. it's my pleasure. Please i you know. I want you to come out to a game and we're gonna hopefully have the riptide. Wpa dr game so we'll have one while we watch macron sounds good when the season starts you take care. We'll talk to you soon. thank you. Well that'll do it for me tonight on sports talk new york. I'd like to thank. Thank my guest. Dave parker devon gordon. Rich lisk by engineer brian graves. And you folks for joining us. Rob kremer coming.
WGBB Sports Talk New York
"kremer" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Actually in the book that i really like the baseball before my time. It's like the mccollum and stan. Usual willie mccovey like follow-through famous and But yeah the the way. That roy would benway over in the footage. Because you know. I've seen a bunch of footage of seventy sixth through seventy nine or seventy eight playoffs. Because he's you know he's in the postseason he's like a fixture. The yankees just kept playing pretty much royals. They kept buying over in the postseason. Yeah he was. He was pretty yeah. It's the guys that retired and seventy nine. So so when. I know like star joel and bench and joe morgan a lot of times because they just kind of bled over into the early eighties. Now then i saw you know. I don't know people that were playing. When i was paying attention in the book to the book is called batting stance. Guy a love letter to baseball You can find that On amazon for sure. One interesting thing that i read the book was you talk about the great rod. Karoo now rod caruso a hall of famer but he he. He wasn't a fly by night. This guy wants seven batting championship. thousand hits You put him up there with gwynn and guys like that. Would you say if he was any more relaxed he'd be asleep right. Yeah yeah. I'm on letterman. I even said If if you watch the very often between the first and second said she would fall asleep in the box. Out of the box it was like mark burlingame. Whatever career was there because he just stayed in the box and just hit and yeah cruise cruise. So rod peter gammons. Wentz told me that he talked to stream ski. About however year call would switches stansell to an ripken. he would switch his fans like mid game and crew. You know for people that remember from minnesota has that was more kind of up and down kosovo's loose but it was napa by golly early to mid eighties. I mean he was just laying flat on the on the angels. Yeah sleepy or your house was his. If if people are from the sixties you jazz wrong. Look nineteen sixty seven. Look at his hands over ned. Eighty three i mean he was like curled up into a ball. Hit the big ear hole in this like a ball could sit through that irascible leaning way over you can herbeck same at two fifteen his hands over his head and at three hundred and he was like hunched over like he. Was you know. Phil plantier amazing. Well go rhino. It's been a pleasure having you with us tonight. Thanks for taking time. Mattia sunday night to spend some with us up here on long island Any anything you want to plug last minute If you're on twitter at batting stance g instagram batting stance guy on cameo. You want to get something for your kid or for your uncle or for your team. That's really fun. Way to connect with people are getting kind of like personal shout outs and then yeah and And message me online. Anyway you can. And and by the way go by whistle go outside and play fruit loops and gobi mickey backyard. What advice that is thanks again. Gar reina's folks batting stance guy. Well that'll do it for me tonight on sports. Talk new york. I'd like to thank my guest yari. Morgenstein and go rhino batting stance guy. My engineer brian graves. And of course you guys for joining us rob kremer coming up next. So please stay put cnn. Exxon april eleventh. Folks.
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"kremer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Get the Tampa Bay Rays get into the World Series. You have what I call the Ning Dynasty, the Tampa Bay Lightning winning the Stanley to Allah. You're welcome. By the way, and I, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Super Bowl. I mean, talk about an embarrassment of riches that a lot of people had no chance of seeing coming. What has that been like that every time you turn around, Pat, something is going on in a positive way when it comes to sports in the Tampa ST Pete area. Yeah, it's been awesome for several reasons. It's been awesome because you know the last 14 months or whatever the hell it spend. It has been, You know, pretty difficult for everybody. And you know, in a world where we all didn't have sports for a little while when sports came back, this fan base has the opportunity to, you know, have a little bit more. Hockey than everyone else and then have a little bit more baseball than everyone else. And now they've had a little more football than everyone else. So it's been, you know, in a in a tough year, certainly a great certain sports here anyways, here in Tampa Bay, and then when you think about just, you know the fan base. They haven't been through a ton of winning here in Tampa Bay, and then when you really think about The Buccaneers are the team that has the worst winning percentage Freddie not in the history of football in the history of pro sports, and now they're the team, the Buccaneers of the team, the first team to ever host the Super Bowl. It's ironic it's I guess. Part of the course is over the last 14 months. It really is fantastic for a fan base that just haven't hasn't experienced a lot of winning. What was radio wrote. What was radio row like this week? Um, arriba. Bury a library. First of all a library because half the people there were the kids from Syracuse. The, uh, station from Syracuse was half the people on radio row of the couple stations here from Tampa Bay. There was a station from Kansas City. A Friday It was it was like nothing in the line to get coffee last year in Miami had more people in it than Radio Road did this year. It was just it was really bizarre. Old Tampa Bay won the Super Bowl because I give the sense that you're not going to say Kansas City's gonna win, Pat, are they going to do it? It just It seems too perfect for them not to. You know, it just they slayed the dragon. That was the New Orleans Saints. That kind of always had their number and you know, even twice this year dominated them And then just the way the whole year's gone. It just seems too perfect. I think you know the thing that's really going to hopefully help them out on Sunday night is the fact that You know how difficult it is to play behind a shuffle ball offensive line and you lose one of the better left tackles in all of football and Eric Fisher and you get a flip, who used to be the backup right tackle one like rumors over the left side and wildly out from right guard to right tackle. You've got guys all over the place and playing in places they're not used to playing and I do remember my Kremer's playing left tackle once before, and all you have on Miller, eight is one child day and I think Jason Pierre Paul and I think shack Barretto looking forward to try to do that and oh, by the way, like we talked about, it's a little easier with feet of a back. I think if the bucket is gonna win because that pass rush is able to really do some things against Patrick Mahomes, who, by the way will do some things to write, because you're not going to stop him all game. But maybe just enough. Allowed Tom Brady to score enough points to allow this team to hoist the Super Bowl in their own stadium. Well, I should say the one party in their own truth stadium, which is again almost unthinkable. My authority is a great father, Pat Donovan radio via Tampa ST Pete, Check out the mid day. So the panic Erin Sean 95, www aid money through Friday noon to 3 P.m. Eastern time. A Plus have my man Pat Donovan from wth giving us that love in terms of Tampa Bay. Hold your Super Bowl and the Buccaneers in and he joined me. Freddie Coleman on Freddy and Fitzsimmons always appreciate your brother. Take care Be well be safe and joys of about 55 Sunday Bad. My dude. I look forward to having you on our show again Any time And yet you let me know I'm gonna be there. Pat. That's a date. You got it. You got it, man. That was good. Great. Just about bad. Donovan Join me here on Freddy and Fitzsimmons and speaking of the Super Bowl. It's time to have some fun and it could give your bank account a serious stimulus. This is ESPN radio..
990 The Answer
"kremer" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"What cost? These Republicans The polls. Um I don't think so. I mean, honestly, it to be completely honest. He should've never picked Kelly Love war, and he should have never doubled down and endorsed her and went all in for her camp. Humans and Yes, camp. He should have stayed out of that race. He should have. You should have stayed out of that race. He should have take somebody. I mean, the base wanted him to treat Doug Collins. He didn't choose Carlin's Hey, sort of somebody completely different if he wasn't gonna pick columns. You should've picked neither one of them. But Kelly left or is she did not resonate with the base. She did not. I mean, you could just I could have told you she was gonna lose. It was not It was not a good pick, and it's unfortunate and and, but we know that Kip is, you know he's got a mind of his own. He has got an independent straight. He does not like being told what to do. And honestly, I mean, it's unfortunate, but I think it's a big reason that we lost that race. Amy, This has been really insightful again. I know you are here to talk about Georgia today. But thank you for the insight while we have you. Meanwhile, this rally today Final question. How do you expect us to conclude I know how you hope. What do you actually think? Will happen by the end of the day. Today Is you Rally in Washington? I honestly I mean, I don't know. I don't know, Um what the president has up his sleeve. I don't know all the evidence that's out there. I honestly don't know. And I think that this process in Congress there's you know a lot of information out there about the way that things could go down, so I'm not sure about that. I think we just have to wait and see how it plays out. I don't think That any of us really know what to expect. But I do know that the people are here. They dropped everything in their lives to come here and stand for free and fair elections and to say you're not going to steal an election from we, the people and so I stand with them, and it's like I said it's not about stealing an election from President Donald J. Trump. It's about feeling election from way to people and about saving our republic. You've been very generous with your time on a busy morning when I know you're in big demand, So thank you for all of your time and your work and good luck today. Thank you. Thank you. You two have a great day. That's Amy Kremer, the co founder of Women for Trump. The Save America March in Washington today. Little later, Cathy Barnett.
990 The Answer
"kremer" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Men. They end up storming out of there. And he shouts in defiance of the way that we will not lie by my unconstitutional We will not stand all won't you? That's cute After me. You won't stand unconstitutional violation. Isn't that cute? You see, because Democrats but see, Anthony Williams is displaying what they've always done and what Republicans have always been so frightened of. This is the point. Anthony Williams is exactly what we've always seen win. You wonder Love way Mama and Republic. Well, all right now don't raise your voice. I'm sure there's a way we consider home. Mm. No. He's wrong. He's wrong. The Republicans are well within their right to assert themselves and say, We don't like this. There's a challenge. We think there's a question and we're saying no and he's screaming. I'm constitutional. We don't like and my mama he's throwing a child's fit. Like a child would on the grocery store floor when he wants candy, and you're not going to give it to him. And what you do is you pick your child up and you take them to the car and I got spanked. But maybe you don't believe in spanking. But you don't You don't give them the candy. Republicans used to give Anthony Williams the candy. Yesterday. He didn't get the candy. And this is what Republicans in Pennsylvania must do with Democrats like Anthony Williams. This is how Democrats from Philadelphia must be treated in Harrisburg. Democrats in Philadelphia must not be my coddled. By the rest of the Republican Party and in Harrisburg and from around the rest of the Commonwealth, much like Georgia and much like every other Republican Legislature across the country. It occurs to me as you watch the vote count come in, and Georgia Georgia is deeply red everywhere. Except The population center of Fulton County, Cobb County. You know, the Atlanta. You know, the population center. It's gonna happen every time. Same here. It's the same thing. It's the same with Michigan is the same with Wisconsin. It's It's It's happening everywhere. The population center these loud mouth obnoxious goons. Like Anthony Williams are running roughshod. Over the majority of the rest of their states. They're bullies. They're screaming their goons. They're thugs. They're cheaters. And they intimidate the rest of the state and the rest of the state's representation. It has to stop. And the only way it stops is when adults from the room the rest of the state. Come together in states capitals and say no. No, We will not give you the candy. We're taking you to the car. So that happened yesterday. In addition, briefly President Trump tweeted about this. They issued a letter. For what? It's worth. Not that it's going to do any good, but this is just a for what it's worth. The Republican Senate issued a letter to Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy yesterday as the Congress in Washington D. C. The big protest today, as you know, and we're going to talk with the Co founder of Women for Trump and the Save America March in Washington. Amy Kremer is on the way. In fact, at the top of the hour. Expect hundreds of thousands of people to show up in Washington to protest the certification of this electoral vote today. Kathy Barnett is leading a Huge group from our area. There today, too, and we're going to talk to both of them about it. Are Republican Senate sent a letter to leaders there imploring them not Certify our electors. Now. Again. I know horse is already out of the barn. You say once fine for them to do that now, Chris. I mean that they're the ones that created this problem. You're right. They did, But this is a new I'm hopeful. I'm all I can do is be hopeful. What they've done here yesterday. This display yesterday and not ceding the senator where there's still legal question. And dismissing Crowd book far saying, I don't care what you certify you're not constitutionally valid, and we don't acknowledge it. Where the Legislature and we don't think you're valid and there's gonna be a legal challenge. So f you book far We're not listening. You don't recognize him as the senator yet. And these Democrats from Philadelphia got what I got about her hair just went. Yeah. Take a walk. Anthony Federman, get out of here. And then they issue a letter to Washington. And they say, Hey, we don't think what went down here is constitutional. And we would encourage you to not certify we're asking for more time. Let the Supreme Court to hear Trump versus book bar. We ask that you delay certification of the electoral college to allow due processes. We pursue election integrity of our commonwealth. So, folks, I I.
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‘Dream come true’: Rookie Dean Kremer dominates Yankees in debut as Orioles win
"Day baseball The Orioles celebrated that 25th anniversary with a win a third straight victory over the Yankees. Dean Kramer strong major league debut, six innings one hit one run ball seven strikeouts. He earns the win in his first major league starts. The National's not
The Indicator from Planet Money
An Interview With Nobel Economics Prize-Winner Michael Kremer
"Economics as a field it can have the reputation of being kind of abstract cerebral yes that's true if matty lots of CIGNA's you know complicated financial instruments ivory tower stuff Michael Creamer our newly minted Nobel laureate says he here's this from people all the time people have a view of economic says only about the stock market talks next. That's the question that you get when you sit makes people on airplanes there like is the stock market GonNa go up hopefully classic questions going to the I I also much place on that one now is a Nobel prize so you really want to know if he thinks. I got this doctor from a Nobel Prize winner and the response he might give to somebody who asks him for stomach that look development economics is something different branches mixed focuses on improving conditions in developing countries so Michael's research is looked at different ways to improve health care education agriculture social conditions all these different things in those developing countries Michael got started in this kind of economics when he was visiting a friend who was teaching in Kenya his friend was working for a nonprofit and had been put in charge of a bunch of local schools and they were trying to figure out how to best run these schools and where to invest their very limited resources we weren't sure uh what the best approach was they had several different ideas that they were interested in China and as we were talking I suggested that perhaps they could try some approaches in some schools and other approaches and other schools and they did that systematically they could learn what was what was working best and evaluate the impact of what they're doing much isn't Medical trial much as in a medical trial real world trials are used in many of the sciences but applying them in economics was groundbreaking in some of the most noted work of Michael Kramer and his colleagues they looked at where to best allocate resources impoverished schools in Kenya so for example would students benefit more from free textbooks or from free meals it turned out neither of those things actually made a huge impact for the students what did make a huge impact for the students another study uncovered a pretty unexpected answer to that hyphen free access to de worming medication. Hookworm whipper roundworm worms that actually used to be in the southern United States. take the medication to treat worms was quite cheap but it did still cost some money and there were a lot of parents who are still not getting it for their kids what made a huge difference was when kids were given free access to de worming medication Michael says the impact it had on their education was extraordinary we found that topic for much more like quitting school absence from school what by one quarter reflect when they had access to the medicine Michael and his colleagues followed the students for years all the way through school and into the workforce and they found that free access to de worming medication just kept paying off this was a while ago Alga young adults we see that they're actually earning more and consuming more and the girls are more likely to onto secondary school so huge impact relative to the really tiny costs lose medicines cost really pennies per does investing in De worming medication as it turned out had a much bigger impact on the educations professional lives of kids than textbooks or school meals and economic mixed figured that out the solution was not obvious it emerged after a series of rigorous experiments that were systematically trying different approaches until they found the most active efficient solution Michael and his colleagues presented that information to the Kenyan government you want to help kids and keep them in school put your money here in best in de worming medication and it will affect major change it will move the needle they were excited about it and they decided they wanted to launch an national program and then Indians state governments heard heard about it and then the national government of India introduced a similar program so now Aw Th Indian program is reaching more than one hundred million children every year and I think I remember reading that The program actually did a pain for itself through increased tax revenue because people did become more productive when they were healthier is that is that right that's exactly right recent follow up work we've looked at the economic impact of us now that students at the time of original de worming are now in the labor force and see the people are earning more Ah The free just do the calculations turns out of the extra tax revenue alone would have been more than enough to pay the cost of the program. It's estimated that the work of Michael Creamer in his fellow laureates this year has changed the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world and Michael Says he's very glad to see that a more hands on kind of economics is being acknowledged invalidated in such an important way we're trying to do work that is very rigorous that is using the Ah Tours of of economics but that is also engaged with practical problems it's easy to see the problems of global poverty and to think that there are intractable that we can't make a difference but actually there's been huge progress there will be more progress as economics is applied to different problems in the developing world he thinks he can help find simple practical solutions that can actually make a big difference. Michael says he is incredibly excited to see economics being used this way and of course peace excited about winning the Nobel yeah maybe we'll even figure out how to celebrate it properly congratulations thank you so much and I think you should upgrade to regular coke for at least a week paid lip balm yeah there you go there now we're talking we're talking
Female Broadcaster Set To Make NFL History
"Thursday nights NFL game between the Minnesota Vikings and LA Rams will make history. No matter. What happens on the field as it will be the first NFL telecast to feature to women is primary broadcasters veteran journalists Hannah storm, Andrea Kremer. We'll be covering the game for Amazon prime
The Rich Eisen Show
Ryan Tannehill, Andrea Kremer and Nfl discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"D king kabbalah with at brown's camp right now jarvis landry when asked have you heard from ryan tannehill former dolphins is not heard from ryan tannehill are you surprised you haven't i'm not surprised we didn't really have a good relationship anyway so i'm not surprised partying not such sweet sorrow right there and congratulations to andrea kremer she was just named this year's roselle award recipient that goes from the radio and television world covering the nfl for so many years at the pro football hall of fame and she tweeted about it which means she has accepted she will be there we have we ever on just to confirm go i mean i congratulated her during a commercial break and she tweeted that so i'm taking that his co occasion i can't she's she's she she'll be there what's her party situation going to be an idea on you offsite tomorrow show how about billy bob thornton all right that that one one on on season to goliath hits amazon friday morris chestnut is in that series as well and season two he'll be here on friday show my canes pro football famer we'll ask him about te'o he's here he always is it always comes here in the month of june to talk about men's health and he does prostate cancer awareness so we'll we will discuss that for sure we've also got tomorrow the world cup begins and the us open it is huge day for big fox we're going grazie are you kidding me i'm to be there baby fox big fox it'll it'll be about are you going to be here tomorrow though yeah of course all right maybe fox about lebron lavar big fox world cup us open baby big weekend.