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Fresh update on "lawrence" discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"I'm like, I'm going to the emergency room. My tooth hurts. And this is the guy, I break everything. I have no knuckles gone, that knuckles gone from like boxing fractures. And same. My break stuff all the time. Do you get the thing where people have to point out to me that I'm bleeding? Like they're like, hey, like Jenny, your arm is bleeding. I'm like, oh no, shit. How about that? Oh, okay. But the tooth pain is like a hole. I had exactly bun, like everything you're describing is what's happened to me. I had an infection. That kind of pain was like, it was so, it was unbearable. And I couldn't go to the emergency room because we're under a bucket. I didn't want to go to the emergency room. That's like the worst place to go right now. Everybody's sick. I pulled at you though before, like at home. Like this tooth is killing me. I have to get it out right now. Oh my God. Like castaway, did you have like when Tom Hanks remembering castaway? We took that ice skate. My thing was I just kept, I just kept pushing it, right? Like from the inside. I just kept pushing it to finally came. Oh my God. I can do it, but the infection part is like, I was given a prescription for the name of the ship. No, no, no, like an antibiotic. It's okay, Danny. It's okay. He's about to get a blanket. When I was like 6 years old, I didn't do my dad was not the most attentive dad and he wanted to go see a movie and he brought me. And the movie was marathon man. I don't know if you remember this movie, but in it, it was Dustin Hoffman, and he's getting drilled by Lawrence Olivier is like a Nazi dentist and he's torturing him by taking his teeth..
What Was the Reasoning Behind the Court's Decision?
"Now, there are a number of states that had trigger bills. That is, if roe V wade and Casey, of course, roe V wade was the original case back in like 73. And it laid out almost in a legislative kind of sense, a very strict accidentally not that straight. A framework of when abortion could be allowed, like you would expect in a law. Now, of course, I know what you're thinking. You're saying, wait a minute. I saw schoolhouse rock when I was a kid. Supreme Court's not supposed to make law. That's the job of the legislature. Exactly? And then Casey came back and it kind of changed it because roe roe was not a very well reasoned decision. And I know that because Ruth Bader Ginsburg said so and Lawrence tried before he went completely insane. So I want a lot of commentary. They like the result. They didn't like the reasoning. Because the reasoning wasn't very sensible. Their reasoning was, well, there's a constitutional right to abortion, kind of because, and it boils down to we really think it's a good idea. And that didn't really work. And it had a very detailed kind of almost legislative outline of what you could and could do with abortion. That wasn't workable. In 1992, Casey came down, they kind of changed the test a little. Became an undue burden on way. You can't unduly burden. The right to an abortion. And what Samuel lita said is, wait, you're wrong at the premise. There is no right to abortion in the constitution.
Did Celebrities Commit Obstruction of Justice in 2016 Election?
"Celebrities urged GOP electors to deny Trump Electoral College win in 2016 High profile actors and musicians are called Johnny calls to deny Donald Trump the 270 electoral votes he needs to clinch the president They were all for it back then Harvard constitutional law professor Lawrence lessig and law firm Dory have offered to provide free legal counsel to Republican electors who break from their states popular votes Wow Was that undue influence Was that obstruction of justice Was it The president of the United States is not prohibited From participating in this system It's not a crime He's not prohibited From urging his own vice president to take actions different than his vice president is thinking of taking or decides to take He has every right whether you agree with the judgment or not The ask that Republican state legislatures reconsider what took place in their states Particularly a state like Pennsylvania where over 60 members of the legislature 60 took on their governor who's a Liberal Democrat and they wanted to be involved in the selection of the electors Again whether you like it or not it's not the point
The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices
"Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Democrat from Ohio. Congressman Jamal Bowman, New York, Cori Bush, Missouri, Veronica Escobar, Texas. Espella, Democrat, New York, Adriano. Representative Garcia Democrat, Illinois, representative Sylvia Garcia, Democrat Texas, representative Joshua gottheimer, Democrat, New Jersey. Representative raul grijalva, Democrat from Arizona, representative Steven horsford, Democrat Nevada. Representative jayapal, Democrat from Washington, representative Brenda Lawrence, Democrat from Michigan. Barbara Lee, Democrat California. Tom malawski, Democrat New Jersey, Marie Newman, Democrat Illinois. Alexandria cassio Cortez, New York, Bill pascrell, Democrat, New Jersey, Donald Payne, Democrat, New Jersey, Ed perlmutter, Democrat, Colorado. Ayanna Presley, Democrat, Massachusetts, Mikey Cheryl, Democrat, New Jersey, a billio cirez Democrat, New Jersey, Rashida Tlaib, Democrat Michigan, Norma Torres Democrat from California, nydia Velazquez, Democrat New York, Maxine waters, Democrat California, and Bonnie Watson Coleman, Democrat from New Jersey. Those 27 Democrats are simply evil. There's no political back and forth on this. Any Democrat, any Republican, any, any politician should be able to say, should protesters are marching sometimes violently on the houses of these Supreme Court Justices, of course they need 24/7 protection.
Phelim McAleer Has a Harrowing Story About "Infiltration"
"Folks, welcome back, talking to falam mcaleer, is an Irish name. We don't have a lot of fails in America. So I just want to be clear to my audience. It's not your audio. He's Irish. The film. It wouldn't be a segment about the it wouldn't be a segment of murdered me without making fun of my accent. Now listen, this is cultural. I know. It's appropriation. My son hunter is the film that you and Ann have been making. It is a true story. It doesn't make it. It doesn't make it any less bizarre, crazy, entertaining. But it's true. And it's horrific. And it starring Lawrence Fox. Now, Lauren's Fox of the famous fox family of actors in England, big deal. He ran for the mayor of London, Gina Carano, another famous actress canceled just as Laurence Fox was canceled. So you're hiring these canceled talents. And you're making a film. And again, this was in November of last year, and it just came out that the man who came to interview you misrepresented himself on the set in Serbia turns out we now know this was one of the very well paid lawyers for Hunter Biden. Exactly. Exactly. He completely, I'm just looking at what CBS News reported. CBS also reported that according to Hunter Biden's criminal eternity, Christopher Clarke, Kevin Morris is serving as an attorney and trusted adviser to Hunter Biden. That information was kept from us. When we allowed him to roam our House. And why? Because obviously, if you knew that this guy is working for Hunter Biden, you certainly would have not granted him access to this. Well, by the way, I might have, you know? But I don't know. I'm probably not. Probably not, actually. But what you know he's there to do you and the project harm. There's no question about it. I have nothing to hide, right? But he's going to go in and he's gone in there to try and get me saying something inappropriate or to get someone on the set saying something inappropriate or to have to have somebody using bad language or temperate comments. And I was like, it's a bit
The First Story About Baby Formula Shortage
"And so right before the show began I was wondering what was the first article on baby formula shortages Now I don't know if I found the first one but I found one that's three months and one week old Three months and one week old By my calculation that's 13 weeks ago CNN business of all places Long young Is a new mom living in a constant state of anxiety The state of February 8th The constipated news network For the past several weeks following the premature birth of rich twins Maxine and Lawrence yen has spent hours every day searching the Internet or making phone calls trying to find more baby formula to buy for them I'm a first time mother There's already enough anxiety with that she said my husband sees my stress level and he's worried Jens twins were born in early December arriving 6 weeks early 6 weeks early Oh Are they considered babies Nonetheless although breastfeeds and although she breastfeeds them Her milk production isn't enough to nourish both of them sufficiently Now she's worried the stresses and feeding her ability to produce milk even more The twins require specialized hypoallergenic formula to help them gain weight and they get nutrients they need I just can't find that formula anywhere she said She's doing daily checks at nearby Walmart target CVS stores only to find the product as either out of stock or on back order With no clear indication of when it will arrive she's even had to deal with a confirmed order getting canceled
Hurricanes defeat Devils 6-3 in regular-season finale
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2022 NFL Draft Picks With Coach Chan Gailey
"On the clock. Number one again. Second year in a row. What are they going to have? Everything. I mean, seriously. Would you be asking for a trade? No. I think that quarterbacks in general have a certain level of cockiness that they need, and they thank a just get us a little bit. We can go in. And you need that kind of guy that believes in himself so much that he thinks he can take the team and get to where it needs to get to, like a Joe burrow. Joe, I mean, he's got some players around him. Just happened this past year that they got it all together. But it can happen in a short period of time that you can put together some people via free agency and draft and get what you need. To make the next step. But I think everybody would be shocked if they didn't take 8 and hutchison and I could see him taking Ed and Neil from Alabama as offensive tackle to help. Right. Because they do have Trevor Lawrence and they want to protect him. But whatever they're playing is do it. You know, don't just get enamored as you said. Don't get the shiny object out there and what just because the pundits say are going to say, God, what a stupid pick that was. If you don't pick the guy, they think you should be. Or make sure that you pick the guy you believe is going to be the best for your team. Well, always
How Can Ukraine Prepare for a New Fight Against Russia in the Donbas?
"There's a great peace believe it or not in radio free Europe radio liberty On April 11th by Reed standish And it was an interview with a strategic expert by the name of Lawrence Freeman I don't know him And he says the interviewer says we are now seeing the Russians concentrating their campaign in the east and south Should we expect to see a Russian military encountering similar supply and logistical issues As it did elsewhere in Ukraine how might this phase of the war be different than the first Says the Russians shouldn't have the same sort of issues as they did in the rest of Ukraine because they're able to supply from Russia Through the separatist enclaves or through Crimea So in other words this is why Putin is picking those two areas in particular The distances are obviously not so great for them So long as they're on the offensive they will face certain issues There's an assumption that they wish to encircle the big number of Ukrainian troops in the Donbass area But while Russia is on the offensive I think they're going to have similar problems of vulnerability to the high-tech guerrilla tactics that the Ukrainians have been adopting which is basically picking off tanks and supply lines with anti tank weapons and drones But as soon as you start to move to more of a heavy offensive then it becomes a very different sort of war I expect much more artillery to be involved which is why I think Kyiv is hoping to get more of that from NATO
Mariupol mayor says siege has killed more than 10K civilians
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Rep. Jim Jordan Says Biden’s ‘War-Triggering Language’ Is a Liability
"Congressman Jordan had this to say about I can't even call him president. The man who is the chief executive of America and his performance in Brussels and in Warsaw cut 9. I think you can say that here's a present potentially having more war triggering type language than probably any president in American history. So we need to be careful. We need to be precise and things we say, particularly the commander in chief of our country. I thought it was interesting that I think Alex vindman said that this was an historical speech. So historically The White House had to go out and correct the record after he gave it. I mean, you step back and think about it, Lawrence, we went from Ronald Reagan, tear down these walls and then to the toughness of Trump to now the president of the United States, President Biden given speeches where he basically says, I don't know what I'm doing. So that's very dangerous. Let's hope it stops. And let's hope that there's an end to this as soon as possible.
Wolves stop skid, avenge recent loss with romp over Mavs
"The Timberwolves made up for a narrow loss to Dallas forties earlier tightening up their defense of blowing out the Mavericks one sixteen ninety five Karl Anthony towns had twenty points and nine rebounds for the wolves who moved a half game behind idle Denver for the sixty eight in the west Houston holds grudges I like that we we we we we talk callously and and just I can't tell you how many times our group chat went off about that game in Dallas in this game coming up tonight so Lawrence was understood Jordan McLaughlin season high sixteen points on six of eight shooting help Minnesota ended two game skid looking down to check twenty four points ten rebounds and eight assists for the Mavericks who missed an opportunity to pass you talk for sole possession of fourth place in the Western Conference I'm the ferry
Biden, Western allies open 1st of 3 summits on Russian war
"President Joe Biden and world leaders are participating in three emergency summits with a sober warning from NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg that the alliance must boost its defenses to counter Russia's invasion of Ukraine today NATO leaders agreed to reset all the turns on the fence for a longer term to face and use security reality online we will have substantially more forces in the eastern part of the Lawrence are you reading this Stoltenberg too said the alliance is United in condemning the Kremlin's unprovoked aggression and in also support few cranes sovereignty and territorial integrity I'm Charles de Ledesma
Fed Judge Says Yale Law Students Who Disrupted Panel Should Be 'Noted'
"If you have Yale on your resume, you're going to get a job somewhere good. Law firm or whatever. And maybe you're backup plan would go become a Department of Justice prosecutor. And this is what we're creating at Yale law school. Play cut 20. It's difficult to say. I mean, the whole point of the panel was to demonstrate civil discourse between two ideological opponents and to show that where you can find common ground in the law you should to protect civil liberties, they were more interested in the students in heckling, hurling insults and shouting down the speakers than engaging in civil dialog. Now, this does not shock me or surprise me, but I'm doing this story for a reason because this should be a moment of pause. Now, the response from this has been, I'll be honest, this is what has surprised me. A federal judge has now warning against hiring from Yale law school. A federal judge is now encouraging all of his colleagues to carefully consider whether the Yale law school students who attempted to shut down the bipartisan panel on free speech should be qualified from potential clerkships. D.C. circuit judge Lawrence silverman sent an email on Thursday to all federal judges in the U.S. basically blind carbon copied the entire federal bench, urging them to take fracas as the nation's top law school seriously. Quote, the latest events at Yale law school Superman wrote quote prompt me to suggest that students who are identified as those willing to disrupt any panel discussion should be noted. All federal judges and all federal judges are presumably committed to free speech. Should carefully consider whether any student so identified should be disqualified from potential clerkships. And this has sparked a huge debate amongst federal judges, so now all these spoiled brats at Yale law school who think they're going to run the world. By the way, all of them masked every single one of
Martinook breaks tie late in 3rd, Hurricanes top Flyers 3-1
"Jordan Martinook scored the game winner with three fifty locked in the hurricanes three to one win over the flyers Martin it's not a one one tie with his first goal in eighteen games since returning to the lineup is a nice one special time of the game so I felt like I was all over it all night I had a lot of chances and the hours okay specially I don't think my wife for my kid has been to a game in a while and now it's nice to score and he's here Stephen Lawrence score in the second period Sebastian aho added an empty netter and Frederik Andersen stopped twenty eight shots in his first game since March third it was Lawrence's first goal in twenty two games Derek Ryszard notched his two hundredth career goal in the second period for the flyers who are nine into in their last eleven road games I'm chain ferry
Lauren Davis on Why She's Running Against Clay Jenkins in Dallas
"Oh it's a pleasure to have you so clay Jenkins Dallas county judge is a genuinely awful human being You don't have to comment on that My humble opinion but there's nothing you can say to dissuade me otherwise He is a buffoon of the highest order Now one of the reasons folks I decided to put Lauren on the show is that Lawrence running against clay Jenkins and has actually taken a stand for crazy things Lauren you know like freedom and liberty for kids in school crazy mask mandates and things like that and clay Jenkins has decided that he is going to rule like an authoritarian and stick by all these debunked mandates and stuff So what made you want to run and tell us about the importance of getting rid of all these mandates and unmasking our kids Yeah so we came up against the mandates I'm just an everyday American I've never been politically active never ran for a public office ever in my life And we are small business owners We own a chain of barbershops as scale nationally My husband and I started that together And just living our American Dream and then government comes in shuts us down takes us to zero We're laying off people that are single mothers and then we fast forward two years and our Dallas ISD independent school district here our public school system decides to defy our governor and require masks at the beginning of the year So I have three kids and my two that were in particular school together We said we'd had enough And we exercised our parental rights and went without a mask and they ended up being the only two out of 604 kids In that school And so what the school did was turn us into a political enemy Build a plexiglass cage in the library for my children and completely take their education away from them So I said I had
McCormack leads No. 6 Kansas past No. 21 Texas, 70-63 in OT
"The six during Kansas Jayhawks claimed a share of the big twelve regular season championship with the seventy to sixty three overtime win against the twenty first ranked Texas Longhorns can't finish the game on an eleven a two run which included a fast break dunk by senior Dave McCormick to go up by four with less than a minute to play McCormick led the game with a season high twenty two points the win snapped a three game losing streak against Texas in the J. hawks about one thirty ninth street senior night games a streak dating back to nineteen eighty four unical in Lawrence Kansas
No. 6 Kansas slips past TCU 72-68 to remain tied atop Big 12
"After a loss to TCU earlier this week the six three kids J. hawks bounced back to win seventy two to sixty eight at home against the TCU horned frogs TCU trailed by three with nine seconds left but on the last possession a block by Kansas guard to one here is iced it with this win the J. hawks are six into in games decided by five points or less this season still playing for at least a share of the big twelve title campus will host number twenty one Texas Saturday to wrap up a stretch of three games in eight days it Acklin Lawrence Kansas
No. 10 Baylor rallies to beat No. 5 Kansas 80-70 in Big 12
"Flow farmer had eighteen points in Germany so hand had seventeen is temperate Baylor overcame a big early deficit to be Kansas eighty to seventy the bears didn't take the lead until the opening minute of the second half of what I had to stay at sixty five sixty three farmer's jumper with four oh seven left the defending champs avenged their eighty three fifty nine loss in Lawrence Kansas on February fifth there were also prevented fifth ranked Kansas from clinching the big twelve regular season title O. J. apology had twenty seven points for the Jayhawks who ended a four game winning streak and the ferry
"lawrence" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement
"Ben manages his time and the other commitments in his life in order to maximize his creative output. We spoke to him about where he gets his inspiration. And even how he reconciles the times. When a project doesn't quite come to fruition. Ben also happens to be mild cousin and a very close family friend of polls. It's been a long time since we've all caught up so being able to do it today. During the show was quite special. For paul and i now if you ever find it hard to get your creative juices flowing whether that's riding speaking thinking oh building you will find this episode pretty damn helpful and inspiring the first half of the chat is mostly around ben's career and how that is evolved to bring him to where he is today. It's in the second half of the chat where we get into the finer details of ben's creative process onto the shaw. Please enjoy our chat with ben lawrence welcome to the jungle buzzed. Podcast.
"lawrence" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"Dan ferris of also the editor of extreme value published by stands berry research. Today we'll talk with lawrence lindsay. We're going to talk about his new book currency war which is a fiction book but lawrence is an interesting guy. He was.
"lawrence" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"I didn't really want to take those layups all day. Long a prophet if somebody wants to get back again book leadership humility. Some of those things that come up that you would think is an opposing coach. You wouldn't really pay attention to more the skill set stuff but man it just comes out. Everybody we talk to. It comes out so is obvious. Dj that Trevor lawrence displays something on the field. That other coaches can kinda sense. Sometimes we talk about the fact factor in the swagger. But when i get that i get in trouble lawrence there's this self assuredness disquiet confidence that you can just pick up. That he kind of has this. I got it. Don't worry about a team. I got it. And i think opposing coaches recognize. That and i appreciate that no doubt. We've got a chance to visit with coaches and family members Player guys that have coached against him. Trainers you name it buck. We've talked to just about every we haven't talked to is a teammate. And we couldn't get through this episode without getting a glimpse of trevor lawrence as a teammate. And we did that. Fortunately you're able to catch up with arguably the best running back in this year's draft. Class his teammate travis..
"lawrence" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Scene one apple take one seen run apple. take two. I have emily lawrence today and she has an interesting film. That e she's raising funds for a crowd through crowdfunding and it's lithuania garden and emily. How are you angry at. How are you doing great doing great nice to talk to you You know more than anything. The fact that. I think you have really most of the problem solved. Because i think you're approaching the film the right way. And you're concentrating on your story and that's so important these days So how did you come up with the story. For lewis syndergaard. I remember how i came up with. The idea came to me a over a year ago and it took me forever to finally write it down. I just know that at some point it came to me and it just sort of stuck with me until i just. I had to sit down and i had to write it and it wasn't until after i read. It found that i really realized how important was in what it really meant me so it was interesting to discover that in the process of creating it. And you're going to be in the film yourself once you start shooting and directing it That's not easy as it sounds now acting correcting it. I have a friend of friend. Leslie is directing but i am writing producing and I am the lead actress in the film. Cool cool so i do..
"lawrence" Discussed on KR Live Podcast
"You are in any social media platforms in face. Anybody's ms went to reach you. Facebook at lawrence individually of that's l. a. w. r. e. n. c. e. i n. d. i v. july as lawrence in the video. Twitter is at larry in sight l. a. r. y. I and the site at larry insight and those are the two major ones that of being part of the show. And i hope to have you on again off again soon. Paucity phyllis thank you so much. There's anything is. I can help you with reach out. I really enjoyed our time together. Well we've come to the end of day one of days of christmas yet. Your life podcast. Guest today was lawrence olympic. Otherwise known as larry you should go on ahead. Find his books insights light and to into six days. Eleven minutes is an amazing offer. An amazing that and amazing grandfather and even more an amazing amazing person in this site. I hope to see you here again tomorrow. We'll have a guest with day to and it would have to reach out to us or reach out lauren's media our social lindsay prescription domino or two side and also don't forget to new our view and common for us on spotify iheartradio apple podcast i. It store youtube and anywhere else of broadcasters available money come through and amazing amazing week head.
"lawrence" Discussed on Blind History
"The they formed a great partnership and faisal was was a very interesting man. I mean in some ways he was he was that prototypical stereotypical arab prince. Who was you know. Violent and temperamental and difficult to understand but he was also a tremendously thoughtful. Man was well read and understood instinctively military strategy and. I think that probably worked in lawrence's favor because from then on as you rightly pointed out the two of them had an incredibly successful campaign. I think the highlight of which was the the siege of akaba which a port on the. I think on the red sea which is in that triangle between sinai and the arabian peninsula very important strategic poets as well because equitas one of the most important entries into the red sea. And i think that this this raid this siege was immortalized in the movie by lawrence of arabia on his camel rushing down into akwa by and seizing it but there was an interesting story that he in order to get the arabs to stop just skirmishing on the outskirts of the battle. He actually told the leader of one of the tribes. Are you people. Hit to work or you just hit a watch chief. This shake decided. Screw you and he. He rounded up his men and before lawrence knew what was going on. They were hitting down into the valley to meet the ottomans. This is without any not one single battlefield training so lawrence a you had no training in terms of going to war because he was sitting in an office as you said in the beginning with In kara and he had auchan logical background and he'd obviously surveyed the region. So he's he's big strength. Was he knew the dizet backwards and he could speak the language so he was. He was brilliant linguist and archeologist for that matter but what came out in the in in is he started. Getting involved in the war was yes. He was adventurous differently adventurous but he was a genius. Tactician and a lot of people don't necessarily know that he was very technical and distinctive leader. I think in one of his first battles one of the leaders of the got to with another one of his sub lieutenants and he had to sort it out and what he did was the leader at that time killed of individual and so lawrence tech control and he ended up actually killing the person that started it and felt that that was the fairest thing to do. Say now think in the end what they said about him. Even winston churchill said that anyone of us airways would've given their law forty lawrence. Well it's interesting if we can go back to equity for second because it wasn't all heroism and romanticism. When the main tribe had descended into the valley to meet the turks lawrence took to his camel and he was writing down at great speed as you know is portrayed so beautifully in the movie the thing they leave out of the movies that he shut his camel in the head by mistake on his way down. He was flung into the air and landed and was was knocked unconscious and actually didn't participate in the battle at all when he woke up he realized that they'd won but it was. Some is after the battle had already been concluded another. That's that's that's crazy. Not the most sterling performance by him during the battle and another interesting thing about bringing the arab tribes together because really they weren't a distinct nation at that stage. He gathered the mole in the desert. Night will have their bedouin tents and after a couple of weeks of all of them discussing the various options and how they should you know amalgamated. Which chief would be the chief of all the chiefs and all the rest of it. He noticed that what had started off as twelve distinct fires around which people set eventually became three and his goal was eventually to make that one so that all the men were sitting around the same fire and then he knew he was he was in a position to suggest that they could be a nation and of course the saddest thing about this is that the british and the french betrayed them with the sykes pico deal which was all the way over in europe and this. This was really humiliating to him. Because he'd promised faisal. And all the other arabs that this was going to be that johnson independence and they were betrayed by the colonial powers. And you know that they knew that they were to portray so that just said what was needed at the tom to pull them together but lawrence really believed in him getting an independence and after his death. Fazl did in the end become king. A nice bradley became king of jordan for many many years so that did ultimately come out of such but under french and british rule. You know that there are so many things about this in a way. Perfect for movies and you can see why they've they've made this movie but there was the story of how he had to cross the desert after capturing quebec and he had to do it himself. There were no telephone lines. were no telegrams. And if he didn't go himself they wouldn't have believed that any of the stories are true if he'd sent an emissary and he went all the way from quebec across the most difficult parts of the sinai desert back to cairo to tell the british in cairo that this is what had happened and obviously he he then made significant in roads and they gave him armored tanks and all the rest of it and he was eventually able to take a lot more of the territory over four. These newly independent arabs also. He thought and he was dressed in their clothes. You know he used to wear silk arab traditional dress and this was most unlikely for an english soldier as you say he spoke arabic very very well and really got into the lives of these people in fact such so that there are soldiers in iraq and afghanistan and soldiers who have posted in jordan and saudi arabia. That are american. The read lawrence of arabia's original writing in order to to determine for themselves the best course of action to make peaceful meaningful and deliberate alliances with the people of that region so even now his work is useful in the in the us military and is prescribed reading in fact that was definitely the case with afghanistan and the wars in iraq etcetera. There was a lot that they're looked into that. Because what happened was he actually said that. One of the reasons why. The watt flying airplanes was. it was cool Closed way but also because then the ebbs could speak to. You know what he's character was about so that was definitely fundamental to him actually being part of them and he really felt he was part of them for those three or four years. Now the end of his life wasn't as glorious as the this part that we've just discussed and i think it's worth mentioning the way that he died and perhaps some of the aspects of his personal life which people might not know. You know how he died. He was killed in a motorcycle accident. Right i said he loved motorcycles and lixion seven. Different brow shapiro. I think they're cool that nf pronouncing That brand deb. The rolls royces of motorcycles and he may the thirteen th e. He was riding the motorcycle. Nineteen thirty five and speeding through the english countryside and he came across two boys on bicycles. I he swift miss them and he hit his head on the s fault. Any any dots excise lighters. So that's basically that's a sad end but prior to that. He was very reclusive if we can look at him. As an individual he would be brilliant and brave boisterous aggressive during the war but he could also be very private and reclusive and even hidden so.
"lawrence" Discussed on Blind History
"Blind history where into season four. And i didn't even know how many episodes but i'm i've gone down the rabbit hole and so many of these and this person today is one of those people i knew absolutely nothing about except the movie and now i find myself reading stories about central asia and about arabia that i never thought i'd be interested in his name. Is t e lawrence. He is better known as lawrence of arabia and thanks to anthony metre my co host. Who is also the md of taylor. Blinds and shutters. Who are probably the people bring you. These fantastic history podcasts if we do say saw selves antony told me we've got to do an episode on this guy so it's thanks to you that i'm interested in what his life meant. And what his relevance in the modern era but also these incredible romantic stories of what happened in the arabian desert. You know must one hundred years ago. The quite something. It's extraordinary. so and what got you interested in thomas. Edward laurance saw the movie allocated extremely successful movie. I think it had quite a few oscars and it was a great story and they're not You know looked into it and much more. Actually laugh is more interesting than they have the movie to be honest. And just like you like you said that. Just more and more into it and it's really great figure. Well let's give you the quick executive summary on lawrence of arabia. And then you can. You can listen to some of the stories that anti i've discovered about him. He was a british archaeologist and army officer a diplomat map maker and a writer he was well known for his role in the arab revolt from nineteen sixteen to eighteen and he took part in the campaign against the ottoman empire during the first world war. And really this guy was Quite an amazing human being. He was eventually cold lawrence of arabia. Famously and pictured featured rather in nineteen sixty two film called lawrence of arabia with peter to based on his wartime activities but he was actually born out of wedlock in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight to his mother who was a governess who ran away with his father and his father obviously abandoned his family for the governor says she must been quite a looker or maybe she had the personality that he would inherit but he had some brothers and the beginning of his life was kind of ignominious right. There wasn't a whole lot going on. Not really but in those days this was seriously tabu head did. Yeah chuck that epa close. I mean because he was a land earner it was family wealth any gave all of that app. Obviously for for the governess. Sarah good name was and she was squad. Strict maman disciplinarian. So maybe he was. Maybe the dad was scared of in some way so he had these brothers and all of them ended up going into war and fighting on the front. And i think he felt a little bit left out he was. I think the youngest and he did go to university. He studied at oxford and he was. I think inoculant first of all and then. He volunteered for the british army and was sent to the arab bureau which is where his story really begins. Because everything before then wasn't terribly remarkable that what went before implant big role in what happened afterwards because he was seen at school that picked up that he was some sort of child prodigy. I saw that at. The school was going to in oxford but he didn't lock the way traditional education was and so he did his thing. He left archaeology. The museum up the road sorted seem more more of him but the problem was at home he was different to two brothers. That were very religious. The mom was very religious. I think she was trying to claw back some of her respectable respectability correct. Because i mean she calls the break-up of a marriage she had five children that out of wedlock etcetera etcetera. So and he didn't. He wasn't interested in religion. Says she tried to beat it into him and i think that played a big role. Lot of strange behavior traits. That came out of this. There was a lot of guilt when he found out about his what his dad really did. And so all of these things. Pave the way but archaeology was his true love. And i think prior to him actually joining the army. He used to go on bicycle trips to europe to look at all the costs of the crusaders. And that's what he wrote his thesis on yeah. He was obsessed with medieval knights and particularly the crusades and he would actually go round two cathedrals and chapels and make broths rubbings of the the tombs of famous nights from history so when he eventually got the chance to go to the holy land it was it was a dream come true for him and i think that's high evolved in that span prior to the war breaking out. He spent quite a bit of time in the middle east also very much. Looking at the crusades way journey was and all of that and it just came to love the area. I read an interesting thing about how he went to the castle of the famous enormous colossal and palestine in the levant cold the cactus chevalier which is the enormous colossal. It was used during the crusades you know even at that stage and it still is a very dangerous place to go. Syria especially now is not exactly open for tourists and this guy was traveling around there and taking it all in as a real a real fan of history and someone who i think we would get along with but in the end he was craving some real action. You know he wasn't the sort of person to just sit around and and admire old buildings and live in his imagination. The life of a later he wanted to actually take part in battle himself and he couldn't find a better place than in the middle east. At that time. It was such a miss. The ottoman empire was more or less in control and the ottoman empire had an army which was largely stopped by amazon but they were trained by the germans and of course the ultimate empire was in a in an alliance with the germans in the first world war and while approaching i will and the rest of of the middle east was sort of governed by these tribes the arabs were very distinctly different from the turks and from the persians and they were also a lot of sort of scattered bedouin tribes which consider themselves to not belong to any nation at that stage and learns had this dream because he had enmeshed himself with the arab people at that stage had the stream of helping them to achieve their independence. Unfortunately for him it came at just the right time. Because as the first world war broke out the ultimate turks declared a fatwa against a jihad in fact against the the british and this allowed him to undermine the the the turkish ottoman empire by turning the arabs against them promising them some kind of freedom that was overall political story but their stories at gone underneath this which may be more fascinating. The british wanted to stir the pot and create this revolt and he really was instrumental in doing that and he started getting to know the leaders of a small group. In the beginning. There wasn't a lot of arabs. That were against turkish rule. There was a minority that causing uprisings but it grew and grew and grew as they gained success but gareth very much guerrilla style tactics so blowing up railway tracks not blowing up all the checks just blowing up. Specific areas will bring it up to the extent that looked fine but recalls massive damage. Y- as you say re guerrilla tactics we might even call it. Terrorism if we were the ottomans at the time and there was one distinct line which ran from. I think from istanbul right down a spine into arabia and through medina which is obviously the place where the prophet muhammad is buried and this was a very important strategic line and the turks were caught completely unawares because what lawrence had done as he'd gone to meet a very important man in that part of the world sharif-hussain who was effectively the the bus the emea of mecca. Which is obviously another important holy site. And he had some sons alley abdulah and faizal and when lawrence mit faisal he reckoned. This is the guy who can help me lead a revolt against the ottomans and he classifies.
"lawrence" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Meals on the ground, we were approaching it from the vantage. Point of it's not just meal served its jobs saved, and those are the two metrics that really mattered in this, and they also really mattered to Bank of America. We're so grateful to Bank of America for supporting. Here's something good and for supporting organizations across the country who are on the frontlines addressing medical response capacity food insecurity access to learning and providing support to Bonobo populations. I'm Kim. As a rally listened to hear something good on the iheartradio APP apple, podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. So Joe Boroughs a nice quarterback prospect. He's not nearly as talented justin fields or certainly. Trevor Lawrence the Clemson quarterback. But. It's an remarkable to me. That because Joe Berle on a significantly better team. At twenty three years old, he'll be twenty. Four soon beats a twenty year old Trevor Lawrence with an inferior team Clemson. Lsu was a better team they had fifteen guys drafted five in the first round or fourteen guys drafted this year five in the first round. That's insane. And, there's an argument to be made and I don't have a lot of pushback. That Lsu is the best college football team for a season. Ever I don't have a lot of pushback. They beat seven top twenty five teams or Something? I don't have it in front of me, but it's it's. It's hard, argue they beat everybody and often convincingly, but Mel Kiper was on ESPN show this morning. Get up and he's talking about well. Because of that game, you saw Berle's way better than Trevor Lawrence as a prospect avenue see those on the field, and that final game Saint Joe Borough wouldn't have gone number one over Trevor Lawrence Lawrence struggling and the game prior to that against Ohio, state until I can say. Left that football game that game turn so I think no, no question. Joe Borough would have been a lot guaranteed to be the number one pick the bengals. were. Not a single GM I know thinks that not one. Joe Boroughs of fifth year, twenty three year old senior. Who didn't do, anything could not beat out. Jt Barrett, Dwayne Haskins. Couldn't beat out J.. T. Barrett so scout team guy in the League Trevor Lawrence was so good. that. He goes to Clemson The coaching staff says Kelly Bryant your twelve and to last year. Sit down. Nineteen Year olds better. Trevor's. He's twenty now. It night team, he walked into a program that was on fire. That in one a national championship here's Kelly. Bryant goes twelve to the next year. They sat him for a nineteen year old. Highschool not close I saw trevor. Lawrence play Nice school bigger than barreau stronger better arm bigger hands, better athlete everything. This is totally unfair as a freshman Trevor Lawrence Thirty touchdowns for picks. No redshirt year. Just go play. It's not close. To say that Berle beat Trevor Lawrence head-to-head proves anything is Nick foles better than Tom Brady because I. Watch the Super Bowl. What does that prove Larry Bird's team beat Michael Jordan lot so did Isaiah Thomas. His team doesn't prove anything Michael is better. So this. Downgrading Trevor Lawrence because he lost a probably the best college football team ever makes no sense. In fact, there's article today. Joe Borough draws concerns from anonymous NFL general, Manager. He's Alex Smith like according to Mike Sando, Mike's really good. The athletic the GM compared borough to Alex Smith. He said quote. He doesn't have a lot of power. Strengthen his arm at all. He's a one year producer. Love his brain his short accuracy. He's Alex Smith. In fact, burroughs six four to twenty, smith was six four to thirteen. They're even built like I've said boroughs more Tony. Romo, but I think Raimondo Alex Smith. Talent wise pretty darn close I take Romo by an inch. So I, just think it's incredible. That because of a singular game trevor, Lawrence had never lost a football game till Lsu and people say well, you know. He struggled against Ohio State. Against Ohio State Trevor Lawrence threw for two hundred sixty yards to TD's. No picks rushed for one hundred seven yards, and a touchdown and they won. That struggling and that was the best Ohio state team. People said ever people were saying that was the best big ten team ever. So, I think it's incredible. How unfair we are to this kid! He's a really Nice quarterback prospect. Trevor Lawrence. is almost four years younger than him. He's a kid..
"lawrence" Discussed on The Storyteller
"Steig good welcome my friends to the storyteller where you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation the change that Christ grease into the heart of men is unmistakable. That's what happened to Lawrence Alfred from the Navajo Nation. When he decided to follow Jesus Christ after that I was at work and the sky he named Santa Latsman less bless his heart. He he sent something. That was wrong with me we. We became real good France and he told me he says you know Lawrence. You know I know you're not you're running away from something and he says I sense that you are married and you're running around with these ladies. I have the ability to tell him. Quit talking to me. Because he was a good friend of mine and he had me over a Bible and told me Jesus can help me as I was reading my Bible a couple of weeks after the ceremony for me. I was prompted to read the Bible and I opened the Bible. Now a seredin. I came to a chapter in John Chapter Ten. I really love this. I in this part of my testimony and hit me right between between the I and it's in John Chapter Ten Verse Eleven Ridden Audit An IV and. It says that I am the Good Shepherd Jesus talking. He says I am the Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd leads down his life for the sheep. The hired hand is not the shepherd who owns the sheep so when he sees the wolf coming he abandoned sheep and runs away then. The Wolf attacks and scatters the man runs away because he is a hired hand and cares nothing forty sheep. I am the Good Shepherd I know my sheep. My sheep knows me just says the father. No SME- I know the father and I laid down my life for the sheep all the things that my wife was telling me came together and all the things. My son was conveyed to me when he was four or five years. Old telling you Jesus died for me and that he would never leave me that he bring me out at this whole that I was in and gradually bring me over to him and understand him intimately all came together in that. I said I had just read and from that time on. Got All my knees and just simply ask Jesus if you are real are real to my wife real to my son real to the rest of the people that believe in Jesus Christ then come real to me from that moment on asserted following our Lord and Savior. Jesus Christ I know. No one is like in Christ. Jesus the Lord one one incident he restored was relationship between me. And my son my son DOES MINISTRIES DOWN IN. Tucson helps a passer and he has a leading role in Detroit and one day. He says he seemed like his ministry had stopped. He went to his passer tortillas passer and he asked passer why do I feel that way and he's passer says to him. Maybe you don't have no forgiveness in your heart for certain person or something that you have not forgiven. Says I knew all along what it was but I wanted someone to tell me I knew I had no forgiveness for you dad because of all the things you did to me when I was a child he says that I seen you mess around senior. Do a lot of things that were wrong. I used to end up in the bars with you and play video in slowly. Drink and laugh. We're here friends and the corner play pool and things like that and I didn't like it. I like that type of life with you but I had a feeling that I had to safeguard and to make sure that you weren't coal on you. Pass out mature eating hurt yourself and that while I was eight years old I used to drive you home. And that traffic on eighty nine cards SOCO seventy five sixty five miles an hours drunks on the highway and I drove you home and we we got home. I so wait for you until you get up cupboard you with blankets knows our regrets that I have. And He came back from Tucson almond that story and he told me I forgive you on those things that to me is my life was a good life. That seems like I had to take care of my dad all the time instead of my dad taking care of me inside grew up fast while I was a child and his you forgive me for that and we sat at a table. I think tim on. My wife also told me she forgave me for the things. I'd done my oldest daughter set the same thing to me. She said she forgive me. And my children and my daughter's all one oven praise God never seen me drink or mistreat my wife or mistreat. The family came home and throw things around and make a fool out of myself and cause disturbance incite out. She never seen me do that. She doesn't understand. She just hear stories about it because like I said I ask the Lord to become real for me and as I read the Bible I I. I started to sense a person that loved me a love that I never neum in my whole life. Love with my wife is different love. My children is different by here is our Lord and Savior. That loved me so much that I can tell him anything one on one relationship and he would understand me and I could feel his loving harm. Surround me and tell me son. I forgive you come home. You are my child your special to me you know when someone says at heart to walk away from a person like that and Jesus did that to me. He understood he forgave. He showed me the way to walk and he gave me a light. He gave me if future. He says you know I love you so much. That's what Jesus done for me and I know no other there will take my sins and die for me and take place for me. One time I ended up in jail I was driving the you. I you know. There's nobody that came up beside me and say I will take your punishment for you but Jesus did that to me. He says Laura Tell. Take your punishment for you. And he went across and died for me. That's why my I started trust in. Jesus that's why my youngest daughter never saw me Doodo. Things never saw me with the raging anger and and and throw things around and do things I used to do.
"lawrence" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"After hours with Lawrence over lining it's over lining to every dark cloud and as I talk to family and friends and even those of you who have connected with us via or our social media Facebook or Twitter many of you have found the positives in this last month these last six weeks depending on how long you been sequestered isolated there are many positives for me and I had a a friend asked me recently how how is it that you're so happy and I I just told him it a first of all this will pass at some point will be through this and the title will be behind us that we we've taken so many precautions and and potentially if we keep taking all the safety precautions it will help us be a healthier the nation moving forward but also because it's not all bad all the the phone calls with family and friends over the last five weeks even before I was at a at home working because people are worried about me being in and out of New York City every night for work getting to know my neighbors a little better through longer conversations I know some of them of easily the whole street no the mall by faith and I've had sporadic conversations with them here there of course we're also just coming out of winter so that makes conversations are not quite so desirable outside when it's freezing although I I have different hours than many of them do a lot of them commute to various places but this block that I live on a lot of people have been outside going back the last month and so it makes conversations a lot easier I really enjoy the rest for weekends time to read and work on this puzzle all my goodness this puzzle this two thousand piece puzzle it is going to be a challenge for my brain and I won't have time to work out a lot during the week because of the work schedule but boy is it hard it feels like no matter how many pieces I pull out of the box and put in the color groupings or or even put into place it doesn't make a dent in the number of pieces that are still in the box and so the the puzzle is let let's hope I get it done before I move for goodness sakes I'm not sure what happens if I don't they're gonna have to bear down on the weekends but also something else that is really positive for me no no would drive I can't believe I haven't put gas in my car in a month all my gosh that is the longest stretch of my adult life and so I guess there's a money saving element to it as well though I mean many people at our company of taking pay cuts others have lost their jobs have been furloughed and so yeah it's it's I'm hoping balancing out economically but no high stress road rage that is definitely a positive I think of adding years to my life by not having stressful road race each during the stretch while we're working from home by the way the if there's no I do not want to keep working from home when it's time to commute and deal with the road rage again I will and I will do it with this gigantic goofy grin on my face so your Twitter alert Tuesday question what are the positives the positive pieces of of what we've gone through and what we're dealing with this spring it's a Twizzlers Tuesday question Hey all radio or our show Twitter after our CBS and then also on our Facebook page named after the show were inside the rocket mortgage by quicken loans studio.
"lawrence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The dark side these these after hours with Lawrence what two weeks ago over the last week I can't remember my weeks all pulling together with it last week that we did your final four sure I K. I think it was it was no was the week before it was the week before going into what would have been final four we get so it's been two weeks since we did your final four categories in the one that we did on this Friday two weeks ago what's your final four movie soundtracks of all time for me and for many of you Star Wars and the iconic Star Wars FEMA was among your greatest movie soundtracks of all time believe it or not I have not even watched one Star Wars movie since said Holman to be in isolation I'm a little jealous of those people who tell me that they have done nothing but binge watch TV a little jealous not much I'm I'm very thankful to have my job and I honestly in my attempt to stay in the routine as much as possible and with the extra work we've had just because of our limitations at the office yeah I I feel like if I missed anything ever again it's a blessing I'm I'm not complaining about that what I do know is that even as I am busy as ever I have three unpaid interns what they're paid and treats my dog is paid in walks and and so I recognize that many of us are forced to work from home with our pets always up in our grills sometimes it's so we ended Q. other times when they're staring at me it's yeah it's a little unnerving and there are times when I really don't want to have to worry about rolling over my cat's tail in my desk chair so at times I thought I need a break from the zero but hi instead they're all around me right now and I thought we would make some us make fun out of it on this Friday morning so we are using the hashtag furry Friday and I did post a photo of my favorite unpaid intern you should see her face she's looking at me she hates photos normally she turns her head but in this case she's too tired she's normally sleeping this time of the night and that's completely changed for pennies since I started working from home and so the dog is awake because I am awake and talking anyway I posted it on Twitter a all radio do you choose to use your faith and that also on my Facebook page touching of the hair or face it's just this dumb dog yesterday afternoon I'm telling you what she rolled in the worst possible place that you can it was a right under a tree that had dropped a bunch of its its budgets flowers and not only that but there was a bunch of dead grass so the dog stop drop and roll in this hi all of flower petals on the ground and then to top it all off there's dead grass the brown kind that looks like straw there's dead grass she stands up I could have posted that photo she stands up and she is covered in debris I was not amused not even a little bit amused and when she tried to shake it off like she does Taylor swift when she tried to shake it off only like three pieces came off and the rest all stuck to her so yeah that was not my finest when I was on her finest moment that was not my favorite moment of the week goodness this dog loves to roll in anything anything and everything home Friday thank you well except what what am I supposed to do I can't do anything except for try to brush it all off before getting the house otherwise I'm picking up flower petals for the next ten days it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio all that being said I do love my furry Friday companions and I love them on Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Friday so I put the photo up on Twitter also on our Facebook page all the post so I didn't put it at the top of our page but I put it on the post we're asking you to send your photos of your pets helping you work from home that's our classified other check it out on either Twitter or Facebook and were re tweeting your furry Friday.
"lawrence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Here's a Lawrence thanks for tuning in we haven't done this in awhile but it fantasy football playoff so it's a good time to help you to give you a tip maybe someone you want to pick up late or a purer wondering who to start of who they are on a hot streak who's in a groove look no further it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio Melek Kristin Dave star but if either one of you take my guy well that that that you're fired so beware what's on the line here all right fourteen I think we all as collective fantasy players need to take a sigh of relief that Todd Gurley is slowly but surely working his way back to do that on purpose Gurley is surely no I didn't appreciate you putting that out there he had twenty three carries for seventy nine yards and a touchdown he also had four catches for thirty four yards but he said at least seventy five yards on the ground and a touchdown and three of his last four games played so I know there was a lot of trepidation at the beginning of the season how many calories you can get is he still going to be the lead back so I think we're starting to see and I saw McVeigh said I'm not gonna be stupid anymore I'm gonna give Todd Gurley the ball so Todd Gurley for week fourteen of those numbers weren't gaudy he is on his way back to being a number one back and then for this week give me drew Brees off that tight game with the forty two this is like you you're just like hogging fantasy players here no we do one from last week one for the I'm not I'm just doing one for this coming voted bonus content from the guys behind the glass drew Brees coming off you do I love your microphone I do that that game with the forty Niners the colts they're more or less done the AFC south is a two horse race between the Texans and the Titans drew Brees revenge game control for another five touchdowns light up that colts D. which is not been good all season long so Todd Gurley week fourteen drew Brees week fifteen O. okay yeah Daniela may I also have two people to talk about but quarterback I'm gonna listen to only one the other one of our I just wanted to point out briefly how good Ryan Tannehill has been since he's been playing he last week threw for three or ninety one yards and three touchdowns there for now in the last four games nine touchdowns and only one pick in his last four games I think it was a percent is over seventy seven percent that is the part that amazing unbelievable now this week coming up I know it's it's a nice name we all know it but he hasn't been the same type of guy since the injury is Pat my homes and I think playing Denver again where he got hurt originally of the as revenge and mine is mine that he needs to get back in there or anything I just I just think that at home against the Broncos I think he's going to put up Pat Holmes type numbers I think he hasn't thrown over there in regards in like four weeks so I think it's time that is going to return to something like three hundred fifty yards and three or four touchdown interesting that you say that I think arrowhead stadium is one of the toughest places to play for opponents but actually I'm going that game with my sleeper fantasy suggestion and I think he might be available in some cases too because Durlach is only recently come on the scene but he already has five touchdown passes and four hundred forty three passing yards A. ends we can I can recite as I was running at the gym I had to run on the treadmill on Thursday because it's too cold outside and I saw the stat pop up one and a phone network let me see if I get the nerd alert right drew lock is the only quarterback ever to have five touchdown passes in his first two career starts that were wins it's very obscure but my point is like he started out like a house on fire if you're looking for someone who's going to put up some big numbers he does love to Chuck conduct a and right now it looks like he's got the goods so we'll see he's also a rookie which means that Ricky's giveth and rookies take it away but yeah that what we're going to quarterbacks in the same game because I feel like Pat holds is probably owned in every league Durlach may be available for some of you who need a late pick up and then you know Lamar Jackson and the only reason I think that is because my mom's husband plays in a work league you guys are gonna laugh at this he plays in a work legally happen to be traveling when they were doing their draft so he tried from thirty thousand feet up to do a draft but it didn't work on his phone so his team is auto drafted he got Lamar Jackson oh my gosh mark Jackson is put up so many points that he is not only the top seed but he had a bye in the first round of playoffs and he's been cool rushing everyone because of Lamar he sent me he sent me a screen shot every week of how many points of our house yeah it's a it's crazy and so I feel like Lamar's probably never would lead to you but you're looking for someone new drew lock might at little spice of life to your fantasy football playoffs I'm in the consolation bracket yeah baby after hours of Amy Lawrence CBS sports radio Chris and Dave on the other side of the double pane glass they get sick a lot so I needed to stay over there I can't afford.
"lawrence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"With Lawrence I when I started the show going back now almost seven years holy cow the network was born seven years ago were seven well you will be in about six issue weeks and so I remembered that I don't I don't ever done with the topics were but certainly Cleveland was going through a rough time at the at the point at which lebron James was still in Miami and and winning titles there and then made the return to Cleveland said they finally won their titled the Browns have been nothing but drama I just remember I get accused of hating Cleveland all the time and Cleveland fans were really hard on me and I don't know why but I also didn't I didn't handle it well I took it personally the reason I took it personally is because my mom full side of the family is from northeast Ohio and I kept trying to tell people I don't hate Cleveland dot I love Hey you know I spent what do my first ever Major League Baseball game in Cleveland not progressive field but the old stadium at an older stadium and so it was so frustrating for me the people kept accusing me of hating Cleveland when that could be further from the truth but I finally realized it's not about me I just become the proverbial punching bag the radio host becomes the V. E. R. punching bag the the object of the rant right so sports fans can actually express their disgust displeasure frustration to the athletes because they're not listening and so in order to the coaches or the front office isn't so it becomes almost like I shoot the messenger situation where in Cleveland nothing is easy here in Cleveland makes it easy and not the city no one talking about the city well at least I'm not I'll like I said I love the city of Cleveland but the the sports teams you have to admit they make it easy they have made it easy for a long time to kind of look at them and go what is happening and yes they've been the **** of jokes and Cleveland sports fans often I take it to heart which is okay I I know and I've said this before I know that eventually we will offend every single sports fan base there is it's just it comes with the territory we work in national radio you eventually talk about them all and you affect like right now they're Astros fans who were yelling at me on social media why is the media talking about this site's daily dari sorry what did you talk about the age old feel like crying as though it's the media's fault right again yeah it's always are anyway I no longer take it personally now just where the full body armor it rolls right off my back but to other hate from Cleveland it was a without a little disconcerting at the beginning it's after hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS sports radio you can find us on Twitter a law radio if you two would like to express your displeasure with the radio host also on our Facebook page and really quickly I just want to say that I rip I I'm just I'm overwhelmed by the number of photos that you have shared either of your self in military service or of loved ones and you continue to post them on our Facebook page which is why I haven't yet taken the veterans day post down from the top of the page so it's still pinned to the top of our Facebook page because as recently as an hour ago another veteran shared his photo earlier on Wednesday Thomas posted a picture of him and his daughter when he served in the blue angels which by the way is on my bucket list someday I want to fly with the blue angels when you continue to post your photos then share them and so I don't want to take the posts down I don't want to on hit it because I want people to see and I want people to be proud of you as veterans so it's it's not veterans day anymore but it's veterans day week and die if you would like to check out the photos I think you'll be moved to end feel as honored as I do that that veterans are sharing that so that's still on the top of our Facebook page thank you for that it makes me it makes me happy but it also is that it's a privilege that you would choose to share them on our public space eight five five two one two four two two seven that's our toll free life brought to you by guy go with the quick way you can save money switch to geico go to guy go dot com in fifteen minutes you could say fifty percent or more on your car insurance so before I dive into some of the NFL topic that have nothing to do with Colin Kaepernick here's the question for the rest of the show and I get it were were diving into a little bit later but we had that extensive interview with Scott Miller and so we were doing some other news in the first hour when we're talking about the check bouncing off the table I mean that's that's really important stuff if you we love hypotheticals as sports fans right we deal with them all the time who's better who's the best who is the greatest the but the all time la la la la la no that's what it's all about you and you can only send me one team if you send me more than one team I won't block you on social media but I will not read your social media post who is your ride or die team if you could only follow one team for the next five years who's the team you can't live without not always take you what your other teams but for the purposes of this question what's the one team and no matter what they do no matter how bad it gets no matter what you're still obsessed it's your ride or die de naam nothing they do could ever make you go away but the covenant relationship but the team just doesn't know it play your ride or die team through it through you could almost see the marriage vows here figure thin richer or poorer sickness and in health who's your ride or die team I'm thinking about this I've narrowed it down to two but I haven't been able to decide one or the other so when you started during it I will decide thing is a lot of the times the the riding is not nearly as the the writing is not as common as the dying the writing of the flying in those moments are unless you're a patriots fan I guess you were a warriors fan eat very often the dying the dying inside over our teams that that occurs a lot more often than than the riding in the flying so who is your ride or die team only follow one team for the next five years who would it be what team can you not live without I can't wait to see your answers you can find us on Twitter a all radio after our CDS and also on our Facebook page let's talk to Dave who's in Youngstown welcome to after hours Youngstown Ohio sorry I know young thou but not everybody else does yeah Amy Hey the day has come she started talking Mack wilds by the poor ones that that my wife is a Die Hard fan I'm a Die Hard Cleveland Browns fan we live a little to close the Cleveland so she made a move so that we're right in between yeah are from Pittsburgh young halfway between yeah so it started last night and now I woke up the first thing I thought about it today's the game tonight the game and I can't wait to watch it and I feel it's going to be at you start the game what some sports here and there but I want to get your opinion because we've been talking about this the last couple days and you know it's frustrating because we should be better and I watch her games and they should be better and it's just well timed out I don't even think that's fair Dave they lost their future hall of fame quarterback for the season and they're now about five hundred what is the Browns excuse there's all kinds of excuses well let me let me hear that one of the brown for being for being out below five hundred team that has not even come close to living up to expectations okay our first four digits and with that your position last year but this year they decided Jean it's wise that he should be there and often coordinator and he had to deal with all of that not a bill Belichick is only one bill Belichick this world and that killed us Baker and the the Browns and and prior to the season hi put us up with how this is gonna be the season and we have struggled and watching frustration with you know and Odell Beckham who could be a savior for us and a wide receiver position are you know how the yard he's got has got the six hundred and thirty two he is actually not yards he's a few yards behind Jarvis Landry so the two of them are very close I think one has one more cats than the other so he's second in on the team in terms of yard then catches but his numbers are almost identical to Landry's here's the deal yeah there's only one tight end or receiver on the brown who's got more than two touchdowns server dell to only have one is pretty much par for the course I mean they don't score timed and when they do it's more next job but they only have one received they've a couple receivers slash tight and to have two touchdowns that's it that's the most for any of Baker Mayfield targets yeah frustrating I mean I understand about the Freddie kitchens that that part I think is the that's where Jimmy has one rolled the dice and John Dorsey rolled the dice I I was a little skeptical of the higher not because of coach kitchens but because of the lack of coaching experience the Browns have been down that road before and so certainly if you're gonna hire a first time head coach you've got to give him some time to learn how to be a head coach I mean that comes with the territory there has to be some patients here but that's one thing that the Browns ownership is never been real good at is being patient and waiting yeah so just so you know I want to help give me a score but give me a a little box and live on today what do you think I think it could very well be about the right games you're you're right about the defense of battle typically on Thursdays though not always but I think in this case both these teams want to run the ball Mason Rudolph is is playing well we know Baker Mayfield has the ability to throw the ball but I think both teams want to establish the run at James Connor coming back the Browns adding Kareem hunt to go along with Nick Chubb I think they'd be thrilled if they could get some real traction running the ball definitely there's going to be pressure on Baker Mayfield of the old line has got to protect him because we know that's one thing that the defense is doing extremely well right now TJ what a major force and also I wrote about make if it's Patrick this week you tell your wife to read my column I wrote about him and the risk that the Steelers took to bring him on board and how he has changed that defense to a legitimate unit I day thanks so much for your phone call I appreciate it I'll talk to you a resident of young's down anytime okay lots of your wall I mean my Twitter just blew up who is your ride or die team if you could only watch one team for the next five years who would it be I know it's.
"lawrence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"With Lawrence a lot of excitement around Cleveland sports right now first of all the Indians are in first place solo all by their lonesome for the first time since the late April it got a half game lead after a walk off victory against the red Sox on Monday and the twins being idle the error ahead by a half game I and that's pretty cool considering where they were they've got the best record in the majors over the last nine weeks forty three and seventeen and yes I am keeping score at home I'm doing the math on my lonesome so that's Cleveland Indians without the Cleveland Browns and certainly a lot of excitement about their upcoming season I ate I'm definitely into the raiders on hard knocks but I think it would've been entertaining to see the these new and improved Cleveland Browns on hard knocks Freddie kitchen is highly entertaining ends you know the quarterback wakes up feeling dangerous and all that jazz plus Odell Beckham junior so I would have been cool there are Antonio brown feet again white wire into any of brown's feet again on my TV said why so we have direct TV here in our studio the CBS sports radio and I had managed to avoid seeing and Antonio brown speed until last week when they were both staring at me on the TV screen now that we've gone through a whole hell the controversy why do we need to see the feet again it's it's not necessary but here I am looking out minding my own business just talking on my radio show and is Peter staring me in the face again so gross not any better eight five five two one two four two two seven let's talk to Mike the Boston welcome to after hours CBS sports radio Amy want to say first that you're in a and I hope your boss is a lesson in thank you so at the at the expense of sounding like a mama home where I am a pats fan and hopefully the of the GM not listen when when I'm about to say this but the way to construct a championship team isn't complete salary bombs on a couple of high profile players and and you know the rest of the team is you know a bunch of Joe's you know you look at the pads and you know to Brady's credit you never want to be the highest paid player if you look at the running backs the pads of had over the years you know probably the most hyped high production back they've ever had was Corey Dillon you know he made two point seven mil moment of three is that it uses but the pats and I was after making two and a half two point nine million in his last year with the bangles so you know if the players want a girl Max in a belt sectors so Seeliger with there are exceptions I mean you have a lawyer alloy wheel I am a Democrat he lawyer Milloy he you know he yeah date boxes acts as though there is that that you know you got to spread it out I mean it you granted you want you know I don't I don't begrudge anybody for Wanda you know get get big Bucks you know it's a liver capital society and I have no problem with that but you wanna win super bowls you just that's just what you do you know they are the blueprint the pads I mean that's just you know it's it's proven year in and year out well I would agree with that there's a couple things that come to mind Mike as you're talking about the patriots number one but you've got a ruthless bill Belichick and he's the guy who makes the personnel decisions Bob Kraft is given him that power and he's ruthless about it does me doesn't care about the guys he has but he recognizes his job is to put the best team on the field and he also understands the sometimes that means you have to make unpopular decisions you made to the lawyer Milloy trade I distinctly remember how ticked off and angry Tom Brady was about it because Malloy was the captain of the defense and he was Brady's best friend on the team and it happened about not mistaken after training camp right before they kicked off whatever season they were about to start and but those are the kind of decisions that Bella check makes also that you talk about the running back position there's not a check a snowball's chance in hell they would ever paid Todd Gurley money to a quarterback or the kind of I'm sorry to running back or the kind of money that Ezekiel Elliott once they would never do that because as you talk about they recognize that it's not necessarily an interchangeable part but that you can sub in a guy there and not the a ton of production drop off its other they wouldn't take a really good running back but they're certainly not going to pay you big time money there when they recognize their other needs on the field so yeah he's made a science out of it and I don't know the Tom Brady doesn't want to be the highest paid QB but it's not his priority he would rather have the ratings and their track record as you talk about is one that should serve as a blueprint for the rest of the league well you know you look at Brady too and I mean the guys Hey he still he stole what top ten as far as getting paid but he is now because of his legacy he gets all the endorsements you get TB twelve so he's gonna be making his money probably more so just off the endorsements and yeah right but I think in some cases Mike though there are players out there who would that part doesn't matter it's the respect factor of being the highest paid at your position there's a respect that comes with that and he he doesn't care about that as much as he cares about winning yeah I I I I hear you saying but you know when when when I when Antonio brown went to the raiders I say good luck meaning to the raiders I'm sorry this you know when you have a brown and bells you know both leave is in my opinion what they want when they went to Steelers what they went and now they want a lot of games I mean that's not fair and I don't know that the games they didn't when were because of the offense so they're very talented players but as you talk about that the team concept in the revolving door around Tom Brady is it's well documented and yet still they win and he's got a lot to do with that but it's also the fact that they understand how to construct a team of Mike thanks so much for listening in Boston good to talk to you all right let's welcome and twenties in Detroit welcome to after hours Hey we are you doing tonight get all of this call because often here in artistic response that the last couple weeks in that job way so and I want you to today all good and if you're to nip it in the bud our I want to nip it in the book is killing me because I'm a former football player not in at the opal collegiate level and when you are drawn to feel sorry guys you can't replace you know you ever been somewhere and you just because first restlessness you'll be in a joint never been around somebody just knows his stuff so where you make your day a man you know you can't replace just got this guy is it your early it has yeah I'm here late do we every year he's play in in that video and Russian and everybody wants to say well you strive problematical and off the field not a drop off in the mornings in between those on your mind and he's our what's the generational player we all talk about Zach what premier deck work the Max we have a proven to show what else he you know when you have a guy it's about your you got two twins and they're just really good to their good points for that right to switch to another former basketball he got the Lopez brothers together they're they're you know they never played together was certainly there will but you can't compare that because there do you know they're going to different things when you look at a quarterback a running back thanks whole office is predicated on what she can do play actually moving the pocket all these big remorse back there in a second say things the LED if you're crazy right okay but in the same time you can't have an offense without a competent quarterback and just as the they go together so I like the analogy of the twins you have to have a quarterback as well otherwise you become one dimensional which is why they're so much beer with the ravens yes they were much better when they gave the ball to Lamar Jackson and they played that ball control offense but it didn't work in the playoffs because the Chargers knew how to stop it and the only gonna work for so long before other defense of corners figure out how to how to jam it and so you also have to have a quarterback to keep defenses honest most definitely you do out there have a quarterback but you don't have to have an elite quarterback when you have a a top five generation guy and don't get me wrong Amari Cooper is a very good receiver but the year before that at all he was taking the place of he was still playing good so for him to do is come back I have a half a season and do well and you want to Max to die out I understand that he's a great one once again he's one of watching a generational type guys too but you gotta go about priorities to get change when you Barzee gear from Ohio state he was running the game in Ohio state he came up and picked it out right in an appeal led the league in rushing I believe their first year you can't replace that so when you get a guy like that is there in the only reason I feel so much music is because this position that you live that's exactly what yeah no I agree with you about that in Taiwan and that's the that's the hang up that's the hesitation has nothing to do with the personally it has to do with how long can he be a generational player how many hits can his body absorb how long will he be at the top of his position because it doesn't last forever even the running backs who are still running into their thirties have I have obviously slow down they don't have the same production so you're always playing the odds and the ages when it comes to running backs always no matter how good they are when they come out you're always playing the math your part because that way me down let you are lost because sports which you if you if you look at is one the greatest running backs to ever play our game if you look at what Adrian Peterson is well do right now and they had big sports fan it makes me sick all the great years he had a Minnesota for god to be there as great as he is to be there for veteran presence to younger running backs up will like as a running back your your presence alone as far as being a great wrestler is what motivates other people around you your school to be a teacher and all that it hurts me so bad the agencies and you need to press for minimal that's our minimum this guy was wonder greatest running backs to ever play because you were so worried about getting paid into it we live about your glass because we live in a capitalist society now in these guys are thinking about what they want to do after sports good thinking about their families and when you got a guy what is a VQ I was not the best person off the field but nobody's perfect but when you go and you want to talk about perfection it's about if you're going to get suspended year after year why are we paying you if you're not reliable we can't continue to pay your money where you know we expect you to be their game in and game out I'm trying to let you go because were up at the top but thank you so much for calling I do we certainly think that you make a valid point that Zeke is is worth more of the pie maybe even than what we're talking about with Jack but that the two of them have to go together which is why Jack and his kia button Amari Cooper and his camp is the Kelly and his camp have to recognize that all three of those guys need to be on the roster moving forward thanks so much for your phone call in Detroit eight by five two one two four two two seven that's our toll free line you can always reach us here at CBS sports radio eight five five two.
"lawrence" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Now it's time for the last word with lawrence o'donnell good evening larks even ritual and a i i knew you'd be doing transcript night as soon as i got this transcript today about what happened in court and i am so many favorite moments in it but if i have to redo it to one i think my my very favorite moment is when one of the government lawyers in the census case a says to the judge is it possible that we could do this on mundane no not just the judge just flat no one word a judges don't often give a sketch when you answer sitter quiz quiz clear instantaneously is that one in even if he is it possible that we could do this on monday the car no mr gardner and again oh okay the court says no are you seriously where you keep talking i said n o n o n no in in all in most other federal courts in america that'd be a perfectly reasonable request i think there's an awful a lot of federal judges who will not be working on friday but this judge is friday two pm he wants the answer what is the president's up to what is the government's doing in this case does the justice department speak freely west government anymore does john harwood actually represent what government is doing or do we just ruled by fear here from what the president's tweets misspelled on his phone it's just a remarkable case i'm glad you're on at large thanks man who who speaks for mark zuckerberg question when beg you're looking at life well tomorrow leap residents who has never inspired a majority of the american people will try to do that once again and he will absolutely definitely surely fail once again because trump has no idea how to speak to a majority of american people it wasn't always this way presence of both parties have struck inspirational notes with a majority of americans at the end of this hour we will show you a republican president who did that at several points in his presidency even with people who disagreed with him but a specially on these very last day of his presidency when in his final speech as president of the united states he praised immigrants who he hoped would continue to come to this country end will be joined by republican who worked in that president's administration and who is now running for the republican presidential nomination against donald trump but we begin tonight with the breaking news of the night federal judge today demanded that the trump justice department explain a trump tweet and the trump justice department admitted that they have no idea what the trump tweet means federal judge george hazel conducted an emergency telephone conference with the justice department in some of the lawyers representing plaintiffs in the census case though is just decided by the united states supreme bream court last week preventing the census from containing a question about citizenship and those reporting here last night the trump administration surrendered to the supreme court yesterday they formerly surrendered and began printing the census without a citizenship since a citizenship question as ordered by the united states supreme court the commerce secretary announced the census lose being printed without the citizenship question and then this morning the president tweeted the news reports about the department of commerce dropping its quest to put the citizenship question on the census is incorrect or to state of differently fake that set federal judge george hazel into action rounding up lawyers in the case by phone to find out what was going on in a transcript of the conference call today the judge said this morning i saw a tweet the got my attention i don't know how many federal judges have twitter accounts but i happen to be one of them and i follow the president's and so i saw a tweet the directly contradicted the position that mr gardner had shared with me yesterday joshua gardner is one of the justice department lawyers in the case the judge asked attorney gardner a simple question is the government going to continue efforts to place a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census and attorney gardner said the tweet this morning was the first i heard of the president's position on this issue just like the plaintiffs andrew you're on her i do not have a deeper understanding of what that means at this juncture other than what the president.
"lawrence" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"And so you know, what I share what the president is that I believe in a border that is secure. I believe that our border is more secure than it's ever been. But we're as he wants you to choose cruelty. I want you to choose compassion. And that's what my people I immigration plan is about is is your immigration plan. Would you call it your number one agenda item as president if you were elected president would that be the first thing you'd be? Trying to do legislatively. Well, it'd be one of the first things the first thing I would do actually is to try and ensure that everybody has health care in this country because I think that that's a lot of unfinished business from the Obama administration and this administration has tried to sabotage the Affordable Care Act. It's time for everybody to have health care in the United States. But the lesson of two thousand nine two thousand ten when it comes to immigration reform is that we can't afford to wait. And I believe that on January twentieth. Twenty twenty one at twelve one pm we're gonna have a democratic president Democratic Senate and a democratic house. And so when it comes to immigration reform, we won't wait. We'll make sure that we can have a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants who are here who are working hard who were simply trying to provide a better life for their families. We're going to end family detention. We need to increase the number of refugees that the United States takes. In and also do smart things like a Marshall plan for Central America. So that people can find opportunity and safety in their home countries instead of having to knock on the door of the United States at the southern border. You also mentioned healthcare are you one of the Democrats is in favor of Medicare for all. I believe in Medicare for all. I think it's time that everybody had access to Medicare. I am not categorically against I believe in the ability of folks who want their own private health insurance plan to have that. However, what I don't believe in is that the profit motive should ever stop somebody from getting the healthcare in the medication that they need when they need it. And so we need to make sure that everybody has access to Medicare. I think we saw in the during Gerald's testimony today that he is at least at this point determined not to release the full Mullah report with only a couple of years left on the clock of the Trump presidency. They might be able to run out the clock on this. And it might fall to the next president to decide whether to release the full Muller report, if you are the next president, would you authorize the release of the full unredacted Mullah report? Oh, you better believe it. The American people deserve to see that. And. People are never going to believe that they've gotten the full truth on any of this until they see that report, as you know, Lawrence in a lot of the folks who are watching it would set new precedent? If a report like this is not released because reports that have dealt with the conduct of a president have routinely been released over the years..
"lawrence" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"You have ways of breakfast before. We're not supposed to talk about what each other eats breakfast Lawrence. Okay. Okay. We'll just say goodnight. Goodnight. See later years. Okay. Okay. Enough of that presidential candidate who leeann Castro is joining us tonight. We will get his reaction to what the president said about the president's family separation policy today who he and Castro is running on among other things his own immigration reform proposal, and we'll get Helene Castro's reaction to the latest developments with the mall report. We'll also ask him what we've asked every other presidential candidate. So far. What is the best idea that you've heard from one of the other presidential candidates now, I know in Castro is not everyone's presidential candidate. At this point. No one is everyone's presidential candidate. At this point. If you're wondering where your presidential candidate is they are all invited on they will all eventually be on this program. But if you haven't seen them here yet, it just means we haven't been able to schedule yet with the campaign, but they will all be here eventually and remember eventually you're going to have to have an opinion about two candidates on the democratic side presidential candidate and a vice presidential candidate. So you're going to want to give them all. A very close. Look, and listen, and we learned more today about deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein discussions about using the twenty fifth amendment to remove President Trump from office after the president fired FBI director James Comey. We'll have that for you later in this hour, but first within a week that was one of the more important things that attorney general William bar said today, if not the most important thing about the Muller report. As I say my first. Agenda item. Here is to get the public report out what can be gotten have publicly that's going to be within a week. So that means by Monday at the latest, we'll all be reading the William bar redacted version of the several hundred page report if the attorney general waits until Monday, which is the deadline that he gave himself today that means he would be delivering his redacted version of the mullahs report to congress when he knows the house and Senate will be on their scheduled Easter recess. They won't be in Washington. So to avoid being accused of delivering his version of the mall report in such a way that congress can't really respond to it. The attorney general would have to release the report tomorrow afternoon say after he finishes testifying to the Senate in a hearing that is supposed to be about the budget of the Justice department. But will surely like today's hearing turn out to be about the Mola report, if the general is waiting to get through tomorrow's testimony before releasing his version of the Malla report, then we might be reading you. Passages of the remote Mullah report tomorrow night at this very hour, or at the latest the attorney general could reasonably release his version of the mullahs report and give congress a reasonable opportunity to respond to it..