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"louis davis" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"louis davis" Discussed on The Poetry Magazine Podcast

"Lawrence mint Louis Davis is a curator for the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American center, and a cofounder of the center for refugee poetics. You can read Davis's essay on refugee poetics and softening, which contains an excerpt of Lee young Lee's poem self help for fellow refugees. In the April 2022 issue of poetry in print and online. If you're not yet a subscriber to poetry magazine, there's a special rate for podcast listeners. For a limited time, you can get a full year of the magazine for $20. That's 11 book length issues for just $20. Visit poetry magazine dot org slash podcast offer to subscribe. That's poetry magazine dot org slash podcast offered. This show is produced by Rachel James. The music in this episode came from reservoir, alabaster de plume, John McAllen, rob Missouri, and irreversible entanglements. Okay, that's it. Until next time, be well, stay safe and thanks for listening..

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"louis davis" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"louis davis" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"They'll watch it but they their life is not watching to our anything like nothing. It's it's six minutes. It's a youtube thing or tick talk video like they have. No when i was my daughter's age you know like i could go. I could watch. The godfather could watch two and a half hours. I could watch once upon a time in america but like you know her. It's like well you know. I it's you know it's four minutes of Whatever dream or knowing orange. it's like all right. I think thirty years from now we're going to be slipped so different. It's interesting attention. Spans have dropped and also to cultural literacy. I guess you'd call it correct. Well we're roughly the same as when we were kids. We we might not have watched if we knew who say. Wc fields where the grow the marx brothers soon chaplain. We might not have been familiar. Their their the whole movie out. Yeah what do you call filmography. Whatever cognizant who were these kids don't who the fuck and beatles where they don't know who jim marson was. They don't know who anybody was. And it's like it's kind of sad and it's not. It's almost not the focus. They've grown up with the phone. They hand for twenty years. And it's almost like the inadvertent narcissist like it's not their fault. The world revolves around because that's how they were raised. It's kind of. It's kind of really. I hate to sound like i'm all like i think for me. Music like i get it from my driveway. My dad like would go sees parents sometimes on the weekend down. Cape would listen to all these one zero three. And i'd hear the beatles and the righteous brothers. And sam cooke and curious about those guys. And i knew for springsteen he was influenced by those guys. I look at that but like kids these days. And i know i'm an old man but i have kids so i have some experience. They don't really have like favorite musical artists. They just like sorta songs and memes. And tick tock so. They're not going to dig into the stuff and i don't know if it's good or bad but you're right that's what it is like. Like my kids know bruce springsteen because of me if they had a different dad and they dad did like springsteen they would. They wouldn't even know his name. They wouldn't don't neil young today. It's just it's i don't know what that means but it's i it's it is strange for me But again i'm old. So yeah i am too i you know. I don't have kids so at the end of the day. It probably has too much for me but yeah it feels like there's something get lost with kids. Just don't care. And i mean that's just. The technology changes everything but actually one more movie. I just thought of another foreign. And i'm not like johnny domoling looking you. It's it's called. it's called back arale. It's b. a. C. you aren you heard of this correct should have probably got a nominee nomination last year actually came out in two thousand nine hundred but i don't think it came out in north america because it was still eligible for the most recent oscars and basically the the beginning of the movies are woman goes doctor brazilian village to for grandmother's funeral. Right and a bunch of odd things that happened. And that's all i'll leave it at that but it's like it's a movie it feels like a mash up of like five different genres of like movie. That going on another one that blew me away. It was like movie. I couldn't even read describe it but highly recommended it. If you're gonna spent four bucks in rented good flick. I was talking my buddy june the other day. He's big movie to and he asked me if you could if you could just pick one director to watch their next five movies who would it be o. That's that's a good one. You only get thirty. You get their next five movies. You can't watch anybody else's boots you get. One is is a pt anderson fincher. Is somebody else know what i mean. Well it's this is a two for one because you have to. But the i'd say the collins collins. Yeah yeah i think it's still at the top of their game or at least capable in the next five movies of having two or three masterpieces of the next five whereas you may not feel the same about two of the legends. Like spielberg scorsese tool. Yeah but i think they're calling. I think there's still capable what's happening. It wasn't the last five so louis. Louis davis right Yeah davis all that. I that ballot about bus disgruntled. I didn't like There's no country within their last five. I it might put on my phone right now. For some reason kalat so getting one true. Maybe who's the one of them gets listed as director and one of them. You know how they do that. I hear it. Here's the last five ballot. A bus describes hail caesar up with hill caesar. I wasn't crazy about low. Davis i really i. I like true grit a serious man. Seriously which i loved. Yeah so. I mean that's pretty. You know pretty good. I think like i said if they produce at that level put the next movie is all rose the next movies with denzel washington in princeton dorm. And i think it's just one of them. I think they're working together on fritz. Victoria's husband whichever one is. Yeah i i still even even get off his blood simple right there i move. That's on each max. If you wanna check it out and listening their career is their career is like sneaky. Unbelievable like raising arizona one of the greats fargo lebowski is even Jesus i'm blanking. I like the one with dillybob thornton. Gandolfini oh the man who wasn't yeah. That's probably one of the most underrated movies i put. It's funny..

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"louis davis" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"louis davis" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Going to have a big career and just in workout. What was the kicker moment. when were you yes. Listen when i was watching the oceans movies. I was just really like really like guys like i'm number one in the queue. Want scott caan. Do you want to join me or not. And then it. Just i think he got a hawaii five o and then i realized that he's a short guy and it just didn't it didn't translate great but the town out there And the other one. I don't regret it just it. Didn't happen is still for grace. I had all the for grace scott stock in the world and it just never panned out. Commoners mentioned there like patiently. Waiting for the topher grace's fons his name's. Christopher any chose tougher to go by. This incredible is incredible. Not incredible actually. It's the worst toy them all those letters. I don't know how it didn't go what What other ones do you have. Say one and this was because i was really early on on the justin timberlake so long before he became like mickey mouse club. Mike i'm into this guy. Get ryan gosling checking out the kids Oh my gosh it was a. It's actually still a problem to this day. i'm not. I'm not gonna lie. But i try to always remember there ever eighteen. I'm to bet whatever. So he was in the mickey mouse club and then in seeing like of course he was a big star but i rooted for him the whole time. You britney great. Does she break your heart. Goodbye cameron diaz. Let's go we needed. Justified look do you get that album name. His name and healings. The here's the problem. He took that break and he was like comedy and actor and i was like. I'm gonna go to all these movies. Bad teacher shirt friends with benefits in time with amanda ciphered. Maybe one of the worst movies of all time. And i was in the theater watching it because i was these older. But he was and then he brought it back to me right. He gave me twenty twenty experience of. Oh gosh suit and tie yes. We're back and then he rededicated his life. He went forward on a sunday to the altar. Rededicated his life to becoming a feature film actor And then he when he finally figured out. Nobody wants me. He came back and made that dumb man of the woods album. And i just couldn't spin it anymore. And now we learned he's problematic on many levels and just as notes apologies for a number of things that he's done to his wife and two us and so i cannot hold the season pass any longer if you have multiple knows policies in your repertoire. Like you've you've gone awry. So that's that's not good. I will i will say The you put up his performance and alpha dog his performance and Inside llewellyn davis and his performance in Trying to think of another movie he's gonna in in social network in that's basically like John khazal al pacino meryl streep it's just the the shoulders the titans jamie shaft social network like. Oh yes and he has a very small thing in desert. Well yeah you're giving me alpha alpha dog. it's great ben foster's a revelation that one emile hirsch what a revelation next to oscar isaac and inside. Louis davis really who was great in that. Yeah he's in it for about thirty seconds but he's really good. He's like a sweater douchebag so if the shoe fits i have Somebody next categories Season passes relegated out of problematic. Nece you know kind of drafting off. While you're talking about and i i've had connie he was a season pass. Anything you would do. I would listen to. I'm just letting him get right. You know get his head okay. And maybe we'll talk about later and then obviously the won't have to talk about. But i just need to mention charlotte buff. You know he Wasn't great even. I'm if you've been around long enough. This has happened in real time. We even hundred redesign our office because of that. But you know this is what you gotta do with season passes. You gotta have Integrity integrity is what you do with the lights off. And what do you do that shine. If people want to think there that it's in there somewhere else when my last one is lindsay. Lo han look parent trap a revelation. A- ginger i'd like i've hated genders in my whole life if you're listening area gender. You're dead inside. Is i thought it's genetics. I can help you you. You're sensitive to cold and pain. I can't help you. But i just didn't think i could love her and i loved her to me she could do. Not but then. Here's the thing i lived through. If you're like a certain age you know what it was like to live through the tmz years. I've her fighting every other starlet in the world and her bmi. I can take your man. And i did not. I could but i'm not gonna you know. I like anybody that any like paris hilton. Like just the the horror of i am. I shop with all the stuff i shoplifted all of it like. It's fine and just the number of times that she had to appear in court like one time you could be like well like one underwriter. Her parents were problematic in many ways and they were abusive. And you just go. She had something she wasn't dealing with and she was being a child. Actor had never been allowed to do anything with a low hanging on she those same issues. But it's like this is the night time we've been in court like it does not feel like you are wanting to reverse this situation. Yeah i think would. Snl does intervention That's that's a lot that stuff's going. can i ask. You was the deer for you. When she wrote down a list of all the guys she hooked up with In crayon and left it in a bar for the tablets safari listen. That actually might have been the time that i checked my wallet to see if i had some cash to buy more 'cause like that i was like oh. That was good. I liked it when everyone else zags. That's a good reading of the market. I like it My last category is Inactivity people who just had to relegate because like you're not scheduling games can. There's nothing for me to watch. And for that i choose glenn pow so temporarily this year's going to be we're going to be back someone to by next year but just didn't come out anything because the code Adam brody in there. I am because after the. Ceo's little light it was a little little light. Yeah it was Wasn't ended two years ago. No you know. He's he's dabbled. He's done some things he's created some art he self art. You know just like gotten down like in that aspect and arenas and the last one finished verb they just. I really love them that they didn't do anything else. You know and i had to leave them where they were. They did come out with the movie last year. that was more candice centric than our would've liked but i did. We did watch. Everything is coming back like more permanently. We're getting the backyard again. We're all seeing that song. 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"louis davis" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"louis davis" Discussed on Something Who

"Astronomy astrophysics author and occasional tv quiz show super quiz. Let's get this patient. Show contestant drills ally charles said forty two very yeah yeah thing i says. It's amazing how quickly that comes round still now. Hazing is absolutely to finish off our cortex coming back to something. Who by popular demand because gobbles hayes. Even its former grub caster and the other half of the missing episodes podcast. Tim right good evening. Can i apologize for not being gavin. Where is seven. Is he just busy or is there some sort of pending inquiry which which is suspended until is was always something right now. I think he's just busy or on holiday. He did give me an excuse for not being able to start. Something about is the dog. So work. I think all right and he just doesn't like the gunfight various times he's the other one because we've already as an avid listener gavin from like historical sorry gavin. So we'll we'll kick off. I guess we'll kick off by having a lookit. The gunfight is written by donald cotton. We haven't looked at on cottonwood before directly by rex. Tucker of course was going to direct the first one and finally got renting when seasons. I mean obviously if there's one thing that we all knew about a gunfight is growing up or at least in the early eighties sorry. I said before your time that it was the narrow doctor we. We were told that on on good authority. It has very low viewing figures. I actually when you look in fact. They went as low as all that and they got far worse later on in this series and then also this season for but audience appreciation was very low. Apparently was only thirty percent exit for whatever. Thirty percent meant commissions by john. Wells and tunnel tauch but actually realized by louis davis he was kick us off then with with the comfort. Well should i take up from there. Because i think that's an important access of this story. Because legend has it. The as you say. Walls and tosh commissioned and in his lloyd and jerry davis had already decided that they didn't like historical and they didn't like comedies or they didn't like style of comedy and so when you're watching the mythmakers it feels a little bit like a game of two hoff's doesn't and that feels to me. I mean polls much better on this writing style stuff but it feels to me. That you've got a truer version of cotton's doctor who in the first two episodes and then it feels more like it loses. Its way as the rewriting gets heavier as it goes on. Because i think. I think i'm right in saying that. Cotton wrote a witty script per the mythmakers and they had various nervous moments when they were making it and i think they all sat down and watched the fifty-seven gunfights at the ok corral and decided it needed more action and then they decided it was too dry so then they don't see now living a bunch of comedy and You know like is it finneas with the stutter. And so on and stevens that's not limited to that that no writer writes stevens comedy which is very game the done so yeah it feels like a bit of a mixed bag but i really enjoy it and the reason i really enjoy it is because i can block almost everything and just concentrate on william hartnell having a whale of a time and showing. He's got timing..

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"louis davis" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"louis davis" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Steal the game and he's been amazing and he's given us so many highlights this year but you worry about the wear and tear when it's all on one guy shoulders and that's what we're seeing now so you referenced. Jason quick from the athletic dame tells them on sunday. This is quote the worst year physically. He's endured in his entire career and abdominal injury. That happened. i think Early in the season in january both multiple times needed need bangs that he's he's had a hand injury along the way knee again like it's been it's been brutal and besides that you learn to win one way where it's like okay dame's got take it all on get guys back and you think well you should be better now but you have to settle your offense now. You've got to figure out how you're going to play with a full complement again. So i think that maybe there's some of that too but you're right chris. Look you flagged it right off. The bat defense like this team has firepower. They've always had firepower when that backwards been healthy and those guys have been together for a long time. Now they've had. I was looking back through this other. Twenty nine hundred defensive rating right now. There are twenty seven th last year sixteenth year before so at least the middle of the pack Six thousand two thousand seventeen eighteen. That was the year. They had alvarez camino evan turner. Mohawk louis davis select their wings in their front court like they just had more stout defence then and ever since they lost all those guys. It's been just stepping backward back. We're backward but before that season twenty-second nineteenth. So they had one top ten finish defense of efficiency in the last one two three four five six. Whatever years terry stotts does preach defense like. That's that's certainly. I don't think it's a terry stotts thing. I don't think they've had the personnel they do have an undersized back court they haven't had enough upfront. I i don't know where to begin their chris but defense is a huge issue. And a bigger one when you're superstar. Mvp candidate who generates all of your offense is now beat to hell. I wanna know howard what he's doing out there like daime little wants to play. He's as competitive as they get in the nba. But sometimes you have to save a star from himself and you can say well. They're trying to compete for playoff spot. You take it out of the lineup. They'll start losing their already losing their already playing poorly like this is a decision now with the benefit of hindsight i guess that they should have made two weeks ago and pulled him out of the lineup and said look. We're gonna give you three weeks off to rest all those injuries that you mentioned that he told to jason quick give that some time to heal and see if that makes you stronger for the postseason because right now he's not he's he's probably sixty five seventy percents from the games. I've watched all of his former self. And you're not beating anybody like that so it's not too late for portland. I think to do the right thing and to sit him down for an extended period of time. Now is there risking that of course you could continue to lose at eventually slipped to tenth and wind up in the plane game but or the plane tournament. But at this point resting damian lillard is really the only chance in. What is a very small pool of chances. The blazers have of doing anything in the playoffs..

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"louis davis" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"louis davis" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Is back with us. How you doing rosa. Hi hello I'm doing great. Thank you for having me back. I just hope you don't get tired of me. Never never always happy to have you on the show. And i'm excited about this one. This is going to be a fun movie to talk about. It's a It's very interesting one and you kind of brought to my attention. Actually you had been like really championing this film since you. I saw it the four year old version. And i hadn't even heard of it up until you brought it up But it is pretty damn good. When did you first see this. Yes i been. Champion said since. I walked out of that screening at sundance earlier this year which like decades ago. Yes i saw it over at sundance back in january. And i just fell in love with it i would. I was able. It spoke to me on on different levels and I'm glad i'm really glad that it's getting critically acclaimed makes me A firm that. I do have a good i for bills. I guess in a sense But it also speaks volumes of of how much How much is how needed It is to have diverse voices and diverse Visions on onscreen because it is such a a a a nuanced on so many levels that I'm pretty sure. That's one of the reasons why i stuck with mean so but yes no. I'm glad i'm glad you took up on on the offer and you watched it and you enjoyed. It really makes me happy. Watch it and liked it absolutely. Yeah it's such a relatable movie. And i mean of course i'm not a woman. I'm not a person of color but i am an artist and i did just turn forty and there's so much overlap in this movie For me as well as much as as it is for People who relate in other ways as well i. it's just a great story in a great performance and written and directed by its star rod a blank and it. Yeah it's going to be a phone for us to talk about. So i think we should just jump right in. We'll have plenty to say. What do you have for your first puzzle piece. Yes so for my first puzzle piece. I have a twenty twenty film that i. I'm not particularly sure if it may have influenced the making of this movie or not but it was one of the first films that came to mind while while watching this as well and that is twenty twenty. I'm pires versus the bronx. Yeah it's written and directed by a bios monitored rather years and i don't know have you had a chance to watch it. Its own net flex. I haven't i a lot of people talking about it though. Okay cool okay. So i'll try to not spoil us much but pretty much is just a group. It's like a comedy horror film following a group of teens Who are out to protect the neighborhood. of the bronx of course from vampire invasion wednesdays is the a metaphor for of gentrification and spoke on on so many levels. I reminded me so much on this. Of course depicting net and highlighting the theme of turf occasion and of course the location and new york s. wildland seen that the community The sense of community going around in the movie and the kids. The kids are very very adorable. And i'm very fun to watch on on the screen which aren't that far behind. An very reminiscent of of Rutta radha rattus students for the four of the forty year old virgin very similar amongst them. what else certainly Of course a social commentary and Yeah like i said it's on netflix. Twenty twenty film. You can watch a probably be perfect. Timing for a right around halloween but right a film that the i found a lot of similarities with and again a it's told the narrative division the lands through person of color although or you'll version is throw to a woman of colors. view Vampires in the bronx is through. Also a person of color The lens inside certainly a perspective that needs to be heard as very underrepresented right right. Well that's such an interesting puzzle piece to kick it off with because it's like obviously The genres so different. But then you know it's dealing with those specific issues and in such a unique way and you know one that. I didn't put on my list but i considered putting on my list. Was the last black man in san francisco which also like another very different movie but that also has to do with gentrification and and the changing times of that particular neighborhood and so yeah. It's it's an interesting Interesting thing that's kind of in the ether right now. That like people are wanting to talk about in unique different ways. Yeah absolutely and Yea i also was thinking about leftback francisco by. Yeah i had to leave it out too. Well i'll go into my first piece. And i'm gonna talk a little bit like i said i relate so much on the The artist Point of view here. And i'm going to go with the coen brothers inside. Lewin davis which is another movie that deals with a character who has had these successes along the way of their career. But there's a very real thing for artists where you can. Have you know all these little successes along the way and they don't quite add up to the fulfilling career that you're looking for that gives you the full amount of success that you're hoping for out of your life and out of your work out of your career and there's a great line in the film where she tells the kids. Don't think just because you created something people appreciate it and you know i. It's it's absolutely true. You know speaking as an artist it is so it's so difficult to you. Know get your work not not just not just heard or seen or whatever but appreciated in in you know the way that it maybe sometimes deserves and the way that Lewin davis in inside. Louis davis is always just on the cusp of breaking through to that next level but not quite getting there and we see rod here not quite getting to that next level despite clearly having the talent to get there and clearly being recognised at times through a career but still just not quite breaking through. Yeah i have not seen the film but uh based on your description only i. it's piqued my interest in your. Yeah it certainly her her her talent and her as an artist a screenplay as a writer. it was very at times to me very frustrating to watch The talent and she does carry yet she keeps getting getting like not let through so it was certainly something and i was. I was worried at the beginning. Because hip hop and film can be sometimes a little bit of a dicey thing like sometimes the songs really just. Aren't there even though the characters meant to be portrayed as as good at hip hop you know but but like as soon as she broke into poverty porn. I was like okay. Yeah no she. She's good he. Yeah yeah yeah absolutely. So what do you have your next piece so my next. Ps is a film from nineteen eighty. Hugh it's titled losing ground and it's an directed by kathleen collins I just recently discovered this film. While i was trained to do my research for for for the episode and.

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"louis davis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"louis davis" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"So of course that kind of. Gummed up the works a little bit. On on opening day, Wednesday but. The sequences kind of unique from. A configuration standpoint because you've got a six furlong second level allowance, then a New York bred allowance, going six on the inner turf, and then a widener, six furlong turf test Philly Maryland. What's the harmony lodge going six track with the some very nice mayor's and then. A maiden special. In the nightcap where you've got five. Mixing it up with some Morse's that. Very much have yet to. Identify themselves as as you know, career maidens There's you know there's some more says that have run very credibly. In that nightcap so. All three quarter. Of A mile efforts in here. With three on the turf into on the main. So! We're GONNA get some opinions to touch on it. Maybe maybe see what Nick and they've enough. There's something they wanna lean on. big business yesterday in New York and and a fun day that You know certainly for some of you. I I you know based on based on some responses. I think a lot of you. Caught. The one and only. Chuck Lawrence and Chuck, who had only sent out a dozen or so starters on the year. In told you that that Perot had a you know had a real shot in here ends up going off the double. The price that he should have. GOES OFF AT thirty eight to one, which was just insane, seventy, eight, fifty, a terrific ride by Vargas who just you know, basically sat comfortably and. Chile. The on the front and you know I certainly thought that. He was gonNA get caught and would have ended up with nothing but Peres. Puts plenty of Jingle based on some of the responses we saw yesterday so very glad that you know for those of you that that came along on that front, and then not only did you have the seventy eighth our winter there but you also. Had the nightcap monster price on honey buttered Dini and. One of our favorite owners in New York or anywhere Joe Gioia who's been around for a long time and has been breeding a handful of horses. Every year was with Dell Carol. For a long time and Joe Gioia. Easy to root for Joe, and this is a home of his out of most this hostess, a talk as money mayor by. The philly by Alpha and John Morrison. Who? This was only John's third starter of the year. He basically I wasn't doing anything. During the winter and this. Just send things. into the stratosphere and created this three hundred twenty seven thousand dollar pick five Kerry First Time Starter. and. Joke, it's funny Joe congratulated Joni said. We'd never really asked her for anything. you know just was coming along and so? The talent was there. There was also the twenty five to one shot that seven pound bug boy Punched home And that was. The ricken. For Dave Dunk and Don actually got a attend to one today that. I thought was. It had to be considered for the. For the sequence for the pick five, but Louis Davis to win yesterday. And as it happens riding for us.

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"louis davis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"louis davis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A soft comfy recliner next time relax with the real ginger taste of Canada drive traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons data has news ninety three point one K. for K. for mainly clear skies for tonight it'll be cold tonight well below thirty five to thirty nine plenty of sunshine expected for tomorrow with a high tomorrow sixty two to sixty six sunny skies on town for Friday Friday will a high sixty three to sixty seven I'm accu weather's drew Shannon dues ninety three point one K. F. B. K. fifty two in Louis Davis fifty seven and fifty four in El Dorado hills time now for your business and money news Kelly brothers is with Jenna these Burpham brothers told a few days ago about Bernie Ebbers he was the former worldcom CEO who had been released from prison and then died about four weeks later well guess who was watching that that's right Bernie made off says he wants out says he's dying of kidney disease he only has eighteen months left to live he's currently serving a one hundred fifty year prison sets in North Carolina for orchestrating the largest Ponzi scheme in history he pled guilty back in oh nine in case you're wondering they've gotten back about seventy five cents on the dollar of claims filed by victims of the scam they were covered fourteen billion dollars from made off customers he now wants out of prison we'll see what the prison system decides to do market overall today higher fears of the coronavirus ad being just a little bit the employment news good the trade deficit news go ahead and the marketing all time highs lease the S. and P. in the nasdaq Dow up for eighty three twenty nine thousand to ninety nasdaq up forty eight ninety five await the S. and P. up thirty seven points gold today was up six at fifteen sixteen ounce ten year bond yield one point six five percent all right by fifty three what brought you by holes window center and you may have heard by now that Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas is dead his son actor Michael Douglas is the one that actually announced at the death of his dad at the age of a hundred and three on Instagram Michael said that to the world his father was an icon of Hollywood's golden age but to him and his family court was a loving father grandfather and husband the course we've been playing clips all day from smart I guess probably one of his best known films champion the bad the beautiful and less for life but a hundred and three that's a good long run well I don't know about all this talk Superbowl halftime show was it appropriate inappropriate well whatever I'll say what did happen music sales are spiking for Jennifer Lopez.

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"louis davis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:55 min | 2 years ago

"louis davis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That don't get me wrong seth. You're a Helluva coach. But you were destined for this sort of thing at some point when you were done. Coaching coaching. I just feel like I saw it early on when I was trying to get you into the jungle as often as I could back to our days in the big west so I'm not surprised I am proud. Bring me up today. Seth how you live in House your Connecticut lifestyle treating you to all different. It's different when you're not coaching because you know when you're coaching especially if you're in a college town like we were in Virginia Tech last place You know you go to the supermarket. You know everyone you wife knows everyone you're involved in different types of philanthropic things you're involved in you know the campus community You know you're having an impact on people's lives now basically. I think the only person I impact is is a gambler. Maybe I don't know I. It's great great. I mean they've been very very kind to me and give me a great platform and an opportunity. But you gave me my first platform We always joke about it. But the the time you are actually killing the beach in the Roach Motel and there was a fight that broke out between Santa Barbara and and Long Beach date and category burke by life member Bombay Club which is no longer I guess existing Called up you hung up on her and then about a week later I was I was in a tour stop and from that point on a great friendship developed and You know the opportunity you gave me to kind of just talk ball kind of kind of laid a platform and a lot of ways for what I'm doing now so I I really do appreciate that and Life is good. You know. I'm undefeated the food for seven years and I get the best seat in the House for the best games and It's it's pretty good not as much stress for sure set. There is so much good shit in what you just said. There's so much to unpack. There are so many. Just go back for those who don't know and I do want to talk about some of these things but back in the day like we have our big west routes right and I want to get out later on but since since we're into it I went to UC. Santa Barbara were coach at Long Beach. State remind everybody how we came together because there was a pretty fierce rivalry between Santa Barbara and Long Beach. The fact that you and I are such good friends is so unlikely given where we started. Exactly what happened. You remember how we came together. Yeah sure exactly how we came together. We were playing Santa Barbara Nickelbein To very evenly matched teams lucious Davis Theresa Jones was very good team coached by Jerry pen. He was kind of the elder statesmen. I was a young whippersnapper. We played in his what. You'd call the Roach Motel. which is the old gold before the pyramid was belt and it was an absolutely lutely brutal game? I'm talking about. It was a rock fight. We were good defensively they were good defensively baskets hard to come by and During one point of the game it got to be a little bit of ruckus. I think quite honestly Santa Barbara Guy. Hit One of my guys behind the head. One of the guys from my team came off off the bench. Sonny Alvarado both benches cleared it. Went up into the stands. Jerry PIMM standard half court. Where the towel core of course me like being an idiot that I was at that age? I'm like right in the middle of it almost got my head taken off by Louis Davis So the game adds we went on a big time Chris tower three point shot on a little roll a place in the next day. You are killing us. Killing us on radio on I think was six ninety. And you're killing us and Karen was working. My wife was working being In Orange and was was a huge fan of yours and listen. I was listening to the show. She got so fired up she called into the show under under an assumed name. You proceeded to kill Long Beach State and hang up on her. She calls me and losing her mind. Jim Rome young up. I mean I can't believe Jim. Rome hung up on me and I I called my. Sad like enrolled wisey killing us. I know is the Santa Barbara Guy. I need to get the chance to to protect my team. You invited me to a tour. Stop in Anaheim. After at that point on I was supposed to come in for one segment. I think I came in for an hour and from that point on I really appreciate your friendship and And at that that's how we became. I became kind of a regular became your College Basketball Guru for Wiler Guy. That was so great. What a great reset seth? What a great reset by you? And just for the record in terms terms of the Queen Karen if I known that it was the queen there was no way that I would've ever hung up on her assumed name right much less Wayne gene and your wife who was in fact became a member of the Bombay Sapphire Club. You mentioned that the club May or may not be any longer is a member of the club. Oh she's for sure. Remember the club. You've probably moved out to Bourbon and horses and all that stuff you have kind of moved either on or sideways. I Dunno Matt's a tough drink seth. I don't know if you've ever got to the club and Karen was a member of the club club Sapphire overtime. We'll take its toll so I didn't really move on I kind of move sideways. It kinda move laterally but I get it I get all right so you you and I. You mentioned that you don't know if your impact anybody except for the gambler you know it used to be like man. You're killing articulate our team. Are you hearing from gamblers now because the way the things are going with gambling yeah well gaming's a bigger part of what we're doing here at. ESPN like today. I'm going on our daily wager to talk about the Kentucky Georgia game and Ohio State Maryland Maryland game prior to that tip off before I do sports center before we wrap so yeah I don't hear from them. Yeah you'll get the twitter trolls that kill you whether you're right or you're wrong or you know you hate. Hey Duke or you hate north. Carolina coach beat Zillion Times okay. I've been a couple of times to have a good life You know so you know you hear you hear from people but It it. It's interesting when you coach. You really do have an impact on people's lives Positive negatively Because you know when you coach. Let's say you tell people people know you're creating all these kids the expectation that they're gonNA come in and play and have great careers and some of them don't and they're disappointed in the other end. You recruit some guys resonate. They worked their tails off their successful on the court off the court they're playing in the NBA. They're successful parents and and husbands and that's really rewarding. You don't get get that doing what I do but I tell you what I do get and you know the one thing about ESPN. Yeah they're gonNA work here. which I like the work? So that's that's good for me but everyone just wants you to have good show like you're not dealing with the ad you're not dealing with you know Booster trying to you. Know to pull the rug from underneath if you everyone there. Producer director researcher people behind the scenes. They just want you to have good segment and you know it's it's really good. The environment where people are pulling in the same direction and I. They've been so good to me. I hopefully I've been good to them and I it's been a it's been a good marriage so what I'm hearing from you set is you can trust people around you. Is that what you're saying. No doubt about it. Yeah where where like in coaching. You know you're as good as is your last game as good as your last season like. I went twenty five games the year before I got fired. I before I got fired I be I be doing Carolina and I started four freshman. My last year and You know all of a sudden we went sixteen or seventeen games. Last year started for freshman. I was too fiery. I wasn't too Far Room when one twenty four twenty five I was too fiery when you know we want sixteen or seventeen and by the way the guide. It's playing for the clippers mantras arrow. He was already committed to US my theory if any Smith was playing for us I mean that that next year I would have had four pros so but You know look I landed on my feet and our life is good. Our girls are great. They're all grown. You know getting grown up and And life goes on You know it's a life is what happens to you. It's how you deal with what happens to you and I. I was fortunate that I could land on my feet and My quality life is good. My health is good and you know if the very ripe situation showed up I might do it by the way this year. The twenty fifth. This'll make us. I suppose feel on the twenty fifth anniversary of the opening of the Pyramids January. All that is insane. That is insane it. Listen I mean Hell Hell yes you landed on your feet. You're doing great. You got a great quality. Life got a great family. We just touched on this as you just said if the right opportunity is it still in the back of your mind signed in. What would you consider the right opportunity? You know it's always Jimmy. It would be a huge change because I do have such a good life if like like ripe opportunity first so if ESPN came to me say you know what you know. Your time has come or you know. We don't think we don't see you in a long term future. 'cause I'm sixty four years old. I feel great. I'm sixty three years. I should say but I feel great. I mean I'm in great shape but you always wonder I'm in so many practices. I spent a lot of time then Davidge. It calls me to coach whisper. I spent a lot of time. Talking to coaches about their teams about dealing with adversity about dealing with issues Go around in a preseason and I visited your Guy Chris. Beard spent two days with Texas Tech in and coach veered kind of law evaluation on their staff and their team and Gave a presentation to their team. So I get a a little bit of a fixed but you know you miss competing. I you miss winning losing putting together a plan like I the plans I react to our plants. Instead of producers put together you have what you do each and every day you put together a plan and then you try to see if that plan can touch people and get people to respond to react now. I'll do that that in say a get up segment where you know something will come up. And I'm not afraid to say what I feel passionate about my opinions but you know the the opportunity to so you can put together a plan. What And Win again at the highest level. It's always in the back of your mind. It's not something that I'm running to do Because I do have a great group of people I'm working with and I've got a great place here and in terms of at ESPN. And I've got a great platform to talk about the sport that passionate schnitt about so it would have to be something really special and you know it's like anything else said you gotTa have the president. Yeah flight director and yourself with the same same mission if you don't have those three things aligned eventually it's GonNa fall apart. Yeah so I mean you you know that. That would be the only way. I would even consider considerate because you don't have those three people working in the same direction in schools like anything else. Investment equals expectation. Like you know if People WanNa win. There's gotTa there's an investment that it takes to win and all the resources around it in any business at business in life in a relationship and in doing your show every day I I mean if you don't invest in the time I've seen you working prepare. I mean people have no understanding of how much time you put into what you do to get the product you get so so there's a lot to it. Let's put it that way now appreciates the NSF. You're right and I think what you need among many other things is in. Ad Who does not say you know what you're too fiery. Sorry we're going to go in a different direction. Anyway that was then this is now. But that's still unbelievable to me. I agree with Seth. You are the coach whisper..

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"louis davis" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"louis davis" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Given Ted Stott. The Buick would normally have outrun most of the vehicles that were pursuing it but every one of the cost windows had been shattered except the windshield and the front bumper had come loose into James under the axel two bullets square embedded in the backseat and one Toya was completely flat. In addition to the damage the robot soon realized that what basing another major problem having already driven the vehicle for a couple of hundred miles. The fuel tank was now close to empty. They reluctantly pood- IVA to the side of the road and hatched a plan to steal another driving in the opposite direction was a brand new. You also mobile that contained the Harris family who were returning to town after completing some last minute Christmas shopping ratliff stealing he. Santa sued waved frantically from the side of the road in the spirit of the season. The harrises pood- Iva when the Biko came to a stop ratliff arised the barrel of a gun at its passages and ordered them to surrender to Harris family did as though at towd exiting neck and running from the same and the rubbish piled loot and two hostages into the oldsmobile. Davis was badly injured and had pasta ad in the Buick. said the men carried idiom into their new getaway vehicle. When Hill went to turn on the ignition he realized casebook missing before escaping gaping with these family fourteen year? Old Woodrow Harris had snatched the case and stuff them into his pocket with the big carjack is noticing. None of the RUB is new. Had a hope wire brand new. Oldsmobile said I hastily returned to the Buick. They didn't have gone to carry Davis back to the original car and end believing he was near death. They took off without him. The three rubbers hoped there was enough gas remaining to allow them to intercept another passing vehicle. Cool Vigilante Group caught up and surrounded the abandoned oldsmobile. Discovering Louis Davis bleeding in the back. Say Office readies decided to call off. The police issued to tend to the traumatized Taras family and to place Davis under arrest. MHM Davis was taken to Fort Worth Hospital and placed by the window into grant blow room as crowds gathered to Gawk at him when he regained consciousness. The police demanded he revealed the names of his accomplices. Warning he would be put to death in the electric chair. Otherwise but Davis remained ain't toilet several armed citizens continued to chase after the buick prompting ratliff Helms Helms and hill to thrive roofing. Now's out the car window to puncture the tires of any vehicles following behind the three men then decided they would have a. I bet it changed on food and feed off into a pasture where they brought the car to a halt by a wall of Scrub Oak. CACTUS and Mesquite Day wooded tae-young hostages to carry a Satchel from the backseat which was so full and heavy digos struggled to lift it. They whispered to one another that. It might contain stolen gold when in actuality and held hundreds of rounds of ammunition as ratliff Helms until scrambled around the CAA. Aw Gathering everything they needed. They suddenly realized they had left their stolen loot including twelve thousand four hundred dollars in cash and one hundred and fifty thousand dollars insecurities in the backseat of the oldsmobile. With Davis ratliff balked at Laverne and demo made to get back into Buick into law on the floor with the hanes over. There is so that couldn't see which direction the three men fled into the scrub. He warned that he would shoot them if if they paid regardless. The girl snuck a glance and watched as the bloodied into limping. Santa disappeared into the naught with these two companions opinions. Three young citizens of the vigilante group came across the wrecked Buick and through. What's broken windows? They spotted four arrays hands. They lifted their guns. In anticipation only to hit the panic. Voices of Laverne and Demo may crying out for means gene so the car depair. What caring on the floor of the blood-soaked vehicle? That harbor did no physical injuries. That would take into the police station where Laverne revealed she had recognized saying as being Marshall ratliff she was held to Cape Her suspicions to herself. said that the offices had a better chance of trapping the fugitives yet. The room is started almost immediately after she returned time. Many residents enciso had known Marshall Ratliff. And we're not surprised to learn of his involvement in the crime authorities determined that the Buick had been install on from Wichita County and upon speaking to the local sheriff. They Zero Dean on Henry homes as being one of ratliff two accomplices that lodge on Christmas Eve the day. After the host the story of the Santa Claus Bank bank robbery hit the local papers in the neighboring town of baseball and journalists. The boys has described the incident as quote the most spectacular spectacular crime in the history of the southwest surpassing. Any in which billy the kid or the James Boys have figured the crime. I've had a profound impact on the local community especially its youngest members who left terrified by the idea that saint was capable of committing murder so when a man in a Santa Claus suit entered a crowded as lund church that same day. A collective gasp rose from the congregation and a young and boy asked in a tearful voice Santa. Why did you rub that bank? That evening Louis Davis Davis succumbed to his injuries and died. The Santa Claus Bank robbery had been his first and last brush with the law. The vigilantes who continued to seek out the nail fifteen thousand dollar bounty VAT to continue their hunt until the other three fugitives chiefs were brought to justice ratliff hill and Helms had spent the nod off the robbery in the thick scrub neither location where they had ditched the Buick so just came within a few hundred fate of their harding place but failed to fond the wanted men in the morning. They stole another car and headed in the opposite direction to the search parties managing to evade them for another day on Christmas Day. Members of the vigilante group took lookit break and headed high to join their families for the festivities the hunt resume don Christmas naught with the group now joined by journalists send reporters including Boyce House who had initially broken the story when sheriffs in surrounding towns heard that the fugitives might be heading in their direction. They assembled armed mobs to protect their communities by Monday December. Twenty six more than a thousand citizens since we're participating in the search ratliff hill and Helms crash their stolen vehicle near the small township of Putnam thirteen miles west of Cisco this guy there. They caught the attention of a father and his teenage son who were driving past in dodge and commandeered the vehicle Become with pain exhaustion and fear. The trio forced the teenager Carl Wiley to act as they drive up ordering his father out onto the road as called drive off his father. Pull data concealed pistol and shot at the car in an attempt to hit the assailants. Wants only to shoot his son in the arm. Carl attended to converse with these abductors who had fallen quiet due to their deteriorating. Hells when the dodgers guest tank was almost empty. Carl helped the tray. I find another appropriate car to steal. They settled on an old is pulling maintained Ford. That was start with plenty of petrol. Once they secured the vehicle they relate to call ratliff advised him and to seek medical attention for his arm and to make sure he told the authorities father had shot him and not then at this point ratliff hill and homes were under the impression that they kept true to their original plan. Binoche killing anyone. They didn't realize that Shave Benfit at dodge shortly shortly after the robbery or that is call AIG officer George. Carmichael was in hospital. Mortally injured colleague grade to tell the truth his including that the men had treated him fairly and bid them farewell and good lock at five. Am on December twenty seven. Carl walked into the Cisco Police Station and asked for Doctor. He told officers that the rubbers were heading towards Wichita falls and ratliff ratliff and hill were badly wounded. The full Ma. To the point of immobility he data the group would lost another twelve hours. The sheriff was unimpressed. That called didn't take the opportunity to kill the wakened bandits while they slept but as they had been good to him. The teenager didn't feel it would have pain fair ratliff hill and Helms penniless and considered rubbing store but deemed too risky. Helms was EGA but the state of his two accomplices meant they would have little energy to run away as they need the Brazos river the trail. Trey I'd each to the Ford and stocked up on firearms and ammunition before making their way on foot or occasionally hands in nays across an oilfield towards the woods by the river..

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"louis davis" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

09:46 min | 3 years ago

"louis davis" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Marshall ratliff soon told Hill and Helms that he had a grand plan to rub the first National Bank of Cisco during the busy Christmas period. When the bank held a large sum of money? RATLIFF was familiar with the buildings Laya and knew it had a rear door that I've been directly into an alleyway which would make very straightforward escape route. He believed that the robbery would be quick. And Daisy is all they had to do was go in through the front door point a gun at an employee until they handed over the money. Then offense with quietly out the back the other men would not quite as enthusiastic about the idea. Considering that ratliff had previously asleep bankcorp robbing a bank and was only a free man. Thanks to a timely financial bribe produced by his mother they also reminded him about the five thousand dollar reward on offer. Anyone who killed a bank robber ratliff remained convinced. He's plan pointing out that all banks wearing short food and that real professional bank robbers rarely got shot. He believed that regular citizens brave enough to mess with armed bandits saying take a small banker and poke a gun at him. He won't argue killed. You showed up to your quit you off to some convincing. Helms agreed to participate in the crime. Kill remained hesitant that when ratliff told him that job would earn at least ten thousand dollars a pace he's interest grew. The trio spent many evenings planning their attack. They put their trust Austin Midge. Tell it by asking her to purchase supplies. They didn't Wanna be witnessed buoying including bandages dawn then snack foods for the road without asking any questions. Meech Board everything they requested. Bradley knew exactly where everyone needed to bay during the robbery in order to secure the toy at bank while he collected the whole from this safe and they just needed one more person. Helms said the perfect man for the job another rex Khan who was experienced with firearms. Although the men didn't plan on shooting anybody they wanted to appear as though they knew what they were doing when carrying their weapons as chosen died approached. The Wood Bay both member member of the crew became bedridden with the flu. Helms and hill took this as an omen suggesting. They delayed the robbery until the new year but ratliff if was adamant as he had determined that the bank would contain the most money on the last Friday before it closed for Christmas Helms suggested chested. He's in law. Louis Davis might fit the Bill Davis had never banning trouble with the law before but the young man had a large family to support and tomes was certain he would be eager for the opportunity to provide for them for years to come Radley until wet hesitant about Davis's lack of criminal experience but does that we're running out of options. They agreed to median Davis seemed agreeable and dependable enough to get the job done and so was brought in on their plan on Thursday December. Twenty Two nineteen twenty seven the day before the robbery ratliff had a to funnel issues to sort out while the other three men had never had any business enciso before ratliff space was well known around town including by the police. Chief Meech tell it had been sewing a Santa Costume for the holiday season and ratliff asked to borrow it image happily obliged the fun part of the plan was the source a getaway vehicle. None of the men owned a car so they around the local neighborhoods until they found a navy blue buick with the case in the ignition and a full tank of gas. They drive it back to the boarding house and spent the remainder of the evening bolstering net courage but getting drunk on elektra lightning a powerful bootleg whiskey in the early hours of December. Twenty three nineteen twenty seven. The full men said off in the Buick Nick for the one hundred fifty mile journey to Cisco avoiding driving through logic towns where they might garner attention has denied that destination. The Nation ratliff went over the planning detail once again. He knew the names of the first national bank employees as likely to be on Judy that day and presumed Alex fees would be the cashier's desk and jewel po would Bain saw the first tell us cage. He didn't anticipate there would would be more than a couple of customers in so at the bank upon their arrival Davis was extremely uncomfortable with the number of pistols and ammunition I had had brought along the ratliff ray assured him the guns were mostly show and it was highly unlikely that would be required to shoot the bank cashier. Alex Bees was nine two of said he would never risk being injured. Just obey a hero in a hold up. The group arrived in Cisco a little before. Midday ratliff directed hill to park the Buick. Near the end of the alleyway and pointed out the door they would escape through. After obtaining INDE- Lewd Helms Hill and Davis lurked in the shadows of the alley dressed in ordinary clothing while ratliff don t Santa suit disguise because the role he's intricate planning ratliff hadn't factored in the attention. The suit might attract from local children as he strived from the getaway car to the bank. Faithful at the disguise would allow him to blend in with the Christmas shoppers but instead it was drawing a load of unwanted interest. Several of the children followed him into the bank which was significantly Busia than he had anticipated. Still committed to his plan land. He awaited the arrival of his three accomplices. He refused to respond to the grading. Given by the cash E. Alex Bees had a fee v. he would recognize his voice when the others arrived the host began and ratliff quickly to work stuffing his burlap sack with cash in bonds while the others. The God hill. Yoda a woman and her young daughter who making a break for it through the boot Cape is office but he was soon distracted from their escape. Boy a noise. Outside a crew of local men had formed an orderly blockade in front of the bank with guns drawn when the first gunshot rang out. The mob rule to live and descended on the building. Hill fired a volley holy of shots into the ceiling. Hoping it would signify that the rubbers were armed and dangerous. But he's warning shots. Were met with a barrage of gunfire. Davis was struck Multiple Times as the bank descended into chaos Helms but a two young girls twelve year old Levin Coma and and ten year old MMA Robertson carrying near the KANTA. He motioned for them to accompany him into the bouquet is room behind the tellers. mm-hmm the girls put their hands up. They raised over while the other rub is used several of the bank's customers to create a human shield many of the a billion sustained gunshot wounds when they were rushing to the rear door as did ratliff with the bullet having such a strong impact that it caused him to spin around. In order to protect the innocent people caught in the crossfire. Police ordered the vigilante mob to save via Helms emerged from the re- door shielded by. He's too young hostages he brandished the gun. In eighteen shooting both weapons at once ratliff grabbed Laverne and may from homes and bundled them into the Buick. He soon recognized the odor of the pair as Laverne Coma and and realized he would have to continue wearing he. Santa Costume to avoid being identified the four rubbers climbed into the vehicle and took off police chief Bedford planted himself in the middle of the alleyway and shot at the windshield as citizens also gave chase. Helms hoisted himself off off. Why out of the Buick Window? Eighties gun had shaved Bedford and pulled the trigger hitting him. Five Times as the Buick wake sped away the shooting along Cisco's main drag came to a stop and witnesses surveyed the damage police chief Bedford and officer George Komo Lay mortally wounded and six citizens were badly injured including bank cashier allied species who had received a gunshot wound to the jaw. Aw Mary Nelson who had been pod of the RUB as human shield and customers pay rather did Brady Biggs and Oscar clay head. All sustained sustained gunshot wounds. The bank was riddled with more than two hundred bullet holes making it impossible to determine whether the bandits the police ace or the bounty hunting mall had been responsible for the injuries..

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