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"lower merion pennsylvania" Discussed on WTOP
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"lower merion pennsylvania" Discussed on BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast
"I'm not saying that I just think he was missing developmental steps that you have that I have the most of us have and when you show up when you You show it you live in Italy and you're one of the few black faces and you're living this Farm country. Then you come to Lower Merion and you're the Superstar and you're the son of a former 6 or and you announce you're going to have a shoe deal at Seventeen you over to press, Boyz II Men are at your press conference or each Seventeen years old you show up to your first lake or training camp. You say to the other players. My name is Kobe Bryant. No one here's got a punk me your mad at your coach has been doing this for three decades that he's not paying you more like you do not have the proper developmental steps and something is missing. I just think he didn't really catch up until much later in life. And I think like wage even in a weird way the awkwardness of Eagle Colorado if you read the trance you read that chapter and you read the transcript of what he did. It's not a cocksure athlete. It's a confused awkward. You know off balance like scared kid who didn't have the wherewithal to say. I need my attorney or didn't have the wherewithal to say. Maybe she's coming back to my room and maybe this is actually about it like God what I mean like you just so all those things like him trying to be Jordan him trying to be Iverson him trying to be Will Smith and like his life was during those years. I'm writing about was just this guy eternally wearing a different past month and it said I agree with you. It's actually I don't I didn't think of his mean to write about it. I thought it was kind of I I felt Sympathy for the guy cuz I thought he missed some important moments in life for George to the prom Brandy. Yeah before you know, and People magazine is covering his prom and that's that's not normal. Right and then, you know, even like the The Hazing of rookies and certain things like that, which I just don't know how authentic it really was or if he was just sort of trying to play a part and then because he didn't he wasn't authentic it would come off even worse and I think that's sort of the gist all I got was teammates. They never really believed. In this in the way, he behaved was really the way he was and I think you started even discuss it at how he treated the trains His Image after the after Eagle Colorado incident, whatever going to call it. It seemed like he treats women to try and you know fit into a different culture there and I don't think anyone ever bought that either it's so fascinating like I see it. So I have two kids in high school, right and you can see it sometimes with kids where you can recognize like my kids friends are kids at school. You can recognize inauthenticity very quickly as from at this point in life, you know in your forties. You see some kid being like yo, what's up dog, you know like okay, you're a Suburban kid. And so and so like you're working like you're working too hard and I feel like a lot of the teammates they would watch Kobe and our thought is you're just working too hard like you're from Lower Merion, Pennsylvania, you know, like Europe a very polite..
"lower merion pennsylvania" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"Last case I wanNA talk about while it is an employment KS actually involves some much broader principles I I will frequently hear. The argument out there in the public safety world that employers are subject to a great deal of liability or potential liability for failure to train. And I WANNA say those statements are frequently overblown. It's very, very difficult to establish a failure to train KS. and. At a recent loss at that comes out of Pennsylvania does a wonderful job of explaining why it is so difficult to bring one of these claims. So what's this case about it's about police sergeant and the Lower Merion Pennsylvania police department she brought a lawsuit and the lawsuit was essentially a hostile work environment lawsuit. Saying that they've been all sorts of rumors about being the police department that have been sexually charged those rumors involve planes said I've been sleeping with supervisors and members of neighboring police departments there's even a rumor that I was promoted because I was willing to have sex with my supervisor. I have complained about these rumors and I was told that's just simply the way this place works She did acknowledge that the department had acknowledged had launched one investigation into the whole issue but the investigation was into her she said, STA whether or not. She was having an inappropriate relationship with another officer and she said the result of that was I got transferred to less senior in a less. Prestigious platoon. So this is kind of a general hostile work environment claim and one of the particulars of the claim is this failure to train argument. and. The court has to address what the legal standards are, which governmental body can be held liable for a failure to train, and here's the court's analysis of it and it's a I. Think this is wonderfully state emory to you maybe four pin four sentences here a little bit more than I normally read because. The court does such a good job of laying out the standard the court says. Quote in order to establish shift failure to train claim, the employee must show that the localities failure to train its employees. Employees meets the stringent standard of deliberate indifference to the employee's rights deliberate indifference to the employee's rights. Okay. What's that going to be quote in order to establish deliberate indifference? The employee must show that the municipality had actual or constructive notice of a particular omission in its training that resulted in its employees inflicting harm on other employees. I mean possible. Wow. The employer had to have notice. That there was something wrong with it straining omission in its training and the that omission caused employees to harm each other. Okay back to the court quote. If the city had noticed, then the city has effectively deliberately chosen a training program that will cause violations of constitutional rights. Generally, to establish notice, the employee must show a pattern of similar constitutional violations by untrained employees. That is an almost impossible standard to me. Right you're going after show that the employer is acting so recklessly or in. With respect to its training program, not just that it's choosing the wrong training but that it knows that the emissions, the problems with its training have caused employees to harm each other. That's a really tough threshold. So what about? Pepe, tone Does she meet that threshold Nossa support. Why not? She fails on the notice prong. Pepito tried to prove notice by pointing to two lawsuits have been filed against the department for hostile work. Environment. Sexual harassment. Problem One of the lawsuits was twenty years before her lawsuit and the other was seventeen years before her lawsuit. That's just simply too far distant in time says, the court pepe tone has not been able to establish that there is a pattern of sexual misconduct says the court simply pointing to what happened to her doesn't establish a pattern and two cases seventeen and twenty years ago don't help at all and the court ends up dismissing habitants lawsuit. So next time you hear the phrase failure to train remember. That's a very, very difficult plane to bring. That Zip for the October twenty twenty edition of First Thursday. Hope you'll join US next month I anticipate we're going to have a ton of cases to talk about next month because we're starting to see a huge uptick in the number of opinions said courts are writing off in the meantime all of you. Please stay safe, and this is will aitchison signing off..
"lower merion pennsylvania" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The radio dot com app so it's okay they gotta pay bills too I know what it would just stay with us but that's a program a decision that I make but I'm biased a little biased we had some good discussion in the first hour we will continue to do so I'm gonna try to get more sports in this hour than we did last hour but I do want to address something that was brought up in the last hour because I had it set up for my seven o'clock top of the hour and I didn't want to short change it and summarizing what we got into at the beginning of the show it's not an either war it is okay to be outraged by the death of George Floyd L. rage by the police brutality in that situation and it is also okay to be outraged by the criminal element destroying communities burning down people's businesses beating store shop owners in the streets stealing their goods at a time in America where forty some million people are unemployed and by the way they weren't unemployed these people were not employed just two months ago they were forced into unemployment but the government telling them they had to shut down they had to stay home and remember by the way and I just say it again too and I've been saying that since the beginning and I just ask you to revisit it because I told you in March and April in may the last day made today I will commit every we can say well as a country we did better than they predicted last week I will commit every Sunday we talk about well well we did better than they predicted last week because they predicted gloom and doom from this virus they predicted the plague to destroy oil plagues and I'd ask you now to revisit go how wait a minute maybe they maybe they were a little over there they overshot things a little bit up maybe they did positivity works folks it can work there is one thing though that I'm not going to accept and I absolutely refuse to accept it and it's the the Twitter corralled the Facebook corral de Instagram crowd that now wants to read this and say St tap was right C. cap was right no now cap wasn't right he may have been right in his message but to many of his messages were misguided not fought out more importantly by him not being able to be articulated the minute that somebody tries to come out and convince me of something especially if we don't come from common ground the minute that they tried to convince me and I know that they don't have an open mind I'm not listening my listening ears are turned off and you are more than welcome to believe that that's a weakness on my part I'm very black and white I will tell you right now I am very black and white good bad yes no right wrong that was smart that was dumb I have a very hard time with gray area I always have I always have and that is a weakness on my part that I have a hard time exploring gray area I tend to believe there's good there's bad there's right there's wrong or whatever well the Colin Kaepernick situation which I'm not going to re litigate on the show we are not I'm not gonna do it I'm not going to give him my time but with a brother who put his life on the line in law enforcement for twenty eight years of his life the minute calling Capranica showing up on an NFL practice field by the way is unprofessional as you can damn get wearing pig socks he loses me any loses me for good because I know it's hard I know it's mind he loses me for good because you know what as I said it did then and we talked about on the show I sent it to you now my brother's not a pig my cousin Joseph a detective in lower Merion Pennsylvania he's not a pig his father is the chief of detectives in lower Merion Pennsylvania home of Kobe Bryant he wasn't paid either the members of my family were law enforcement or pigs and the minute the calling Capranica showing up on an NFL practice field with pink socks thinking you so cute and so I'm not done I'm done with you I'm done you're not first you're not mature enough to conduct yourself like a professional you know who wouldn't do that you know what do happen every quarterback I've ever rooted for runs your ski to Donovan McNab to Nick Foles to Carson Wentz and everyone in between and every bad one in between when you're on professional when you can't when you're like a child I can't deal with you when you wear T. shirts that celebrate dictators and talk about how bad things are in America I'm done with the I'm close minded to I am done with you because your close minded I'm not going to listen to you you know who I will listen to and a guy when he first started talking I said oh gosh here we go and then I listen to him walk the walk and then I watched him talk hi Watson talk to talk and I live and then I watched him walk the walk the spit that out finally Malcolm Jenkins I want Malcolm Jenkins started speaking out on the entire cabinet situation I'm like oh Jeez here we go another I I have to hear another player talking all about it but I listened and it was interesting and it was compelling and though there was an inherent anger about situations there was thoughtfulness there was an open mindedness of the message that invited me in they got me engaged and then I watched Malcolm Jenkins walked the walk in his community engaging people of all colors of all races of all creeds and I'm sure in your town you had a star athlete or otherwise that maybe did the exact same thing then engage that listened that took the opportunity to speak but didn't decide to speak defensively didn't decide to celebrate dictators of other countries welcome while complaining about this country so I don't want to hear about I don't want Colin Kaepernick being brought in the George Floyd situation it doesn't belong I know this doesn't make him right not at all not at all because the minute you get that you show me that you are that you are willing to depict an entire entity of a profession as pigs you've lost me and by the way it's freaking despicable and I guarantee you if someone was busting down your front door at two in the morning and you didn't have a a way to defend yourself the first call you're making is nine one one so I hope they show up to bail your backside up as we talked about at the beginning of the show you can be absolutely outraged by the George Floyd situation and you can be absolutely outraged by the senseless violence looting and damage and fires and criminal behavior I watched it in my town on Friday night watched it unfold Milan watched firefighters putting out a fire at a place called del Frisco's in bucket and these firefighters are showing up to stop an inferno by the way from then maybe escalating and burning down the building and putting others at risk or destroying other people's businesses and they are being pelted with rocks and debris firefighters out doing their job ridiculous it is easy to be outraged by both and you don't have to excuse the one to acknowledge the other you don't.
"lower merion pennsylvania" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Know what it would just stay with us but that's a program a decision that I make but I'm biased a little biased we had some good discussion in the first hour we will continue to do so I'm gonna try to get more sports in this hour than we did last hour but I do want to address something that was brought up in the last hour because I had it set up for my seven o'clock top of the hour and I didn't want to short change it and summarizing what we got into at the beginning of the show it's not an either war it is okay to be outraged by the death of George Floyd L. rage by the police brutality in that situation and it is also okay to be outraged by the criminal element destroying communities burning down people's businesses beating store shop owners in the streets stealing their goods at a time in America where forty some million people are unemployed and by the way they weren't unemployed these people were not employed just two months ago they were forced into unemployment but the government telling them they had to shut down that they had to stay home and remember by the way and I'll just say it again too and I've been saying that since the beginning and I just ask you to revisit it because I told you in March and April in may at the last day made today I would come in every week and say well as a country we did better than they predicted last week I will commit every Sunday we talk about well well we did better than they predicted last week because they predicted gloom and doom from this virus they predicted the plague to destroy all plagues and I'd ask you now to revisit go how wait a minute maybe they maybe they were a little over there they overshot things a little bit up maybe they did positivity works folks it can work there is one thing though that I'm not going to accept and I absolutely refuse to accept it and it's the the Twitter corralled the Facebook corralled the Instagram crowd that now wants to read this and say St tap was right C. cap was right no now cap wasn't right he may have been right in his message but to many of his messages were misguided not fought out more importantly by him not being able to be articulated the minute that somebody tries to come out and convince me of something especially if we don't come from common ground the minute that they tried to convince me and I know that they don't have an open mind I'm not listening my listening ears are turned off and you are more than welcome to believe that that's a weakness on my part I'm very black and white I will tell you right now I am very black and white good bad yes no right wrong that was smart that was dumb I have a very hard time with gray area I always have I always have and that is a weakness on my part that I have a hard time exploring gray area I tend to believe there's good there's bad there's right there's wrong that whatever both of the Colin Kaepernick situation which I'm not going to re litigate on the show we are not I'm not gonna do it I'm not going to give him my time but with a brother who put his life on the line in law enforcement for twenty eight years of his life the minute calling Capranica showing up on an NFL practice field by the way is unprofessional as you can damn get wearing pig socks he loses me any loses me for good because I know it's hard I know it's mind he loses me for good because you know what as I said it did then and we talked about on the show I sent it to you now my brother's not a pig my cousin Joseph a detective in lower Merion Pennsylvania he's not a pig his father is the chief of detectives in lower Merion Pennsylvania home of Kobe Bryant he wasn't a pig either and the members of my family were law enforcement or pigs and the minute the calling Capranica showing up on an NFL practice field with pink socks thinking you so cute and so another done I'm done with you I'm done you're not first you're not mature enough to conduct yourself like a professional you know who wouldn't do that you know what to do that happen every quarterback I've ever rooted for runs your ski to Donovan McNab to Nick Foles to Carson Wentz and everyone in between and every bad one in between when you're on professional when you can't when you're like a child I can't deal with it when you wear T. shirts that celebrate dictators and talk about how bad things are in America I'm done with the I'm close minded to I am done with you because your close minded I'm not going to listen to you you know what I will listen to and a guy when he first started talking I said oh gosh here we go and then I listen to him walk the walk and then I watched him talk I want to talk to talk and then I live and then I watched him walk the walk I spit that out finally Malcolm Jenkins and when Malcolm Jenkins started speaking out on the entire cabinet situational Michael Jeez here we go another I I have to hear another player talking all about it but I listened and it was interesting and it was compelling and.
"lower merion pennsylvania" Discussed on The Lead
"The exactly she goes into see the best endometriosis surgeon in the country. She's had two major pelvic reconstructions surgeries. She's lost ninety percent of her ovaries. She's doing ivf over and over and over again and getting terrible results. She wants to become a mother and she sees this enemy trio surgeon who did all her surgeries. All he does is and each osas all day every day for decades. He said that's one of the worst cases in my career. And he said to me. Have you ever been sexually abused and I said no? This is in her thirties. And she's just lost lost until she finds in some ways. You Know Dr Goldman Right so Sarah start seeing a psychiatrist Dr Goldman. Can you tell us a bit about her background? Liz Goldman is a Much like Sarah Klein is just a remarkable woman. She grew up in Lower Merion. Pennsylvania known for its Great School system and the safety of the community. I Love Sports. I loved being with my friends riding. My bike was kind of a carefree time. You know she's just as a has a wonderful childhood and she meets Bill mckendry known as Mr Mac. He's a homeroom teacher. He's a history teacher and he's the wrestling coach He's a beloved teacher at the school. And how did things start to change with Mister Mac? Things change in a very dramatic and disturbing fashion. When Liz becomes the is picked his selected by Mr Mac Bill mckendry to be the manager. One of the two female managers of the of the boys wrestling team that Mr mckendry was the coach of and as a manager. You know your job is to get things from the equipment room which was opposite. Astaire's never there were these pale green large brick-size walls out of up against the wall. And he would kiss me and hold me in touch me and just feel around telling me all these things about how much you loved me and how much I was so special and how he would never hurt me and that played out many times in that wrestling equipment. And you're thinking at that point going to sound a little bit strange but this one movie that we saw over and over again this miracle clash of the Titans and there. Is this character Medusa? If you looked at Medusa turned down and so this Mac had this way of looking at me and was very loving and tender and I love that about him and I wanted that when he started to talk about many sexual things with me and when he started to kiss me and touch me. I actually pretended he was Medusa because I hated the way his eyes would look at me. He looked at me with this. I don't even know it. Was this thing wanton. Desperate almost angry. I was a little afraid of him so I kept thinking of Medusa because then my body could turn to stone. I just kept thinking I'm stone. I am stone. I don't have to feel this and she's thirteen years old. Bill McHenry Forty years old at the time. There's in some sense such a common experience in sexual abuse but at the same time there are there are differences and like with Sarah. She doesn't realize for decades that she was abused. But with Liz. She does at least from how she described it to you. She does realize that something's wrong. Yes she knows. Something's wrong but it it really. The end game happens president's Day weekend nineteen eighty-six. Liz is now fourteen. Years old and your parents are gone that weekend and he wants to take you to a hotel right and in the parking lot. Something hands were over me spring shallower on me so he took me to Julie's house and he knew that I was there for Friday night and Saturday and Sunday night. It was a long weekend and she kept calling the at her house. I have notes that each of us wrote that was barely fourteen. She was still thirteen. A little script of what I said to him on the phone to of being overwhelmed and saying this is really not right. What we're letting happen was a little sign of strength. That I look back on positivity that I put somehow into words then it was at that moment that Liz wants her. Mom and dad got home that she said something to her mother. They went down to the Bala cynwyd middle school and met with mckendry and the guidance counselor. They admitted it was a bad thing. And that it was a shame that it happened but they explained it away. Guidance Counselor said to me listen. You're not to talk to him again. You stay in the eighth grade hall which was separated from the seventh grade. Holds two different floor. That was Bala cynwyd middle schools solution to having a a teacher systematically abused a young thirteen and fourteen year old girl. I think the message was suck. It up you. You're okay. One of these things can happen. Move on instead of reaching out and saying what can we do all my God. We've got a sexual Predator in our midst on in no it's Let's move on these things happen. We'll get him help. She finally confronts spill mckendry and he was like a blubbering mess. Telling me how loved me and how genuine it was. And how sincere? And how? He didn't mean to hurt me. That our love was real deep and he had become bully mic after our relationship ended and he had thought of suicide and he was very depressed and again that was real conflict for me. I had sympathy for him so eventually she graduates. When is the next time she returns to the Lower Marion? School district thirteen years later after Liz is graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and she's in medical school studying to become a psychiatrist goes back to Lower Merion. School district still searching for answers and she meets with a gentleman by the name of William Kerns. Who's then the director of personnel for Lower Marian? He was antagonistic. He was hostile. He was negative. He said to me. What are you doing here and why now I said well I did tell you before. And he said to me you know. Why are you showing US these letters? They took it as what he said to me. You're lucky I'm giving you these letters back. And I saved these letters because they were really special to me. Not Realizing they also were evidence completely. Incriminate completely incriminating. They said No. No one's ever complained about this before. How come you didn't tell us all about this? In one thousand nine hundred six. They were couldn't get me out the door fast enough and it isn't until years later when Liz comes back to the school district again and writes a letter about her experience that anything happens. I wrote a letter to paragraph letter stating that. I thought it was my civic duty to inform. Head of Course Association Superintendent Pennsylvania State Education Association many of the People In the top chain of command and I put my name on it and then the head of HR in the Lower Merion School district Lo and behold gives Dr Goldman. Liz Goldman a call and tells her that. Mr mckenry is no longer employed by lower Marion School district. That he had resigned and at the time he had been there for thirty six years..
"lower merion pennsylvania" Discussed on Dead Celebrity
"With complex issues of gift estate entrusted taxation. Jackie also has a strong background in international state planning factor compliance and pre immigration tax. Planning thanks for joining us. Jackie Dave Bahir subjective. Today's episode is Albert C. Barnes Barnes was an American businessman best known for his massively valuable collection that he devoted most of his life to curate the nine hundred piece collection which was worth some twenty five billion dollars featured one hundred eighty-one in-laws sixty nine says on sixty matisses. Forty four Picassos and fourteen Medaglia Ottis to just give a few highlights. Barnes intensely disliked the elite Air quotes of the art world and negated his life to providing education to less fortunate. You defied convention by grouping is our peace based on aesthetics philosophical reasons instead of artists are period Andrea. Matisse said the foundation is the only place to see Harken America Dr Barnes never had children but he took great care to plan for his legacy in one thousand nine hundred eighty two created a title. Trust agreement call the trust indenture. This trust established the Barnes Foundation a charitable organization to manage his art gallery as an educational institution in Lower Merion Pennsylvania. And if that name sounds familiar. That's because it's where Kobe Bryant is cool his lengthen. These documents that was not be sold moved placed on tour or even rearranged within the gallery itself. He wanted used primarily for education but open for the public on a very limited basis. He restricted how it could be viewed when only one day a week usually and how much could be charged to see the restrictions also made it very difficult for the board of to keep the foundation profitable or at least that's what they climbed so little by little a filed corpse-eating asking for permission to change the trust. Provisions Trustees engaged in expensive litigation in court arguing that the terms of Dr Barnes's trust impossible because of the great costs needed to maintain the collection and the final blow. Came in two thousand four when a judge ruled that the Barnes Foundation which now supported by three wealthy and elite Charles Foundations and the Pennsylvania attorney general can move the entire collection to the museum district or Downtime Philadelphia right next door to the Philadelphia Museum of art for context of House offices. Barnes had once said the Philadelphia Museum of art is a house of artistic and intellectual prostitution so safe to say probably not what he wanted. So how could he wishes have been so blatantly disregarded or because of a doctrine of deviation which is a legal principle that allows court effectively rewrite a charitable trust if the purpose becomes impossible to maintain without changes. The trustees argued that there was no financially viable way to keep the art of the building. Dr Bars created for the collection could only be maintained. You'd by permitting the move and I'm sure. The allure of creating a huge tourist attraction by relocating at twenty five billion dollar Philadelphia certainly offered no motivation at all. Now there's more twisters to this story which inspired the excellent documentary the auto steel. And we're not gonNA cover them here. Our focus was just how surprisingly easy. It is to have estate planning documents and wills in particular modified overturned. So Jackie how worried should clients be about how close to the letter? Their estate putting documents will be enforced after they're gone if someone just leaves a will and everything's going outright to their beneficiaries. I think that clients can essentially rest assured as long as they've picked a a trustworthy executor that their wishes are going to be carried out. Same thing with a shorter term trust for beneficiaries. For example. You might leave your child or a younger person Entrust to a certain age. I think that you can probably guarantee who the trustee is going to be or who the trustee and potential successor will be so that you can have pretty good control over these dispositions link where clients do have to worry is especially in this area with long-term charitable dispositions. You have certain people that you're going to put in charge right after your death. Almost a hundred years later you might have an entirely different board running the organization. Different Trustees of a trust and then your vision can start to go awry if you haven't done some really careful planning. What's the difference in this situation between the will and trust and what those different instruments are supposed to do and of what they can do? They can be quite similar documents depending on the type of woman type of trust here we. In the case of Barnes we would have a a well with which essentially disposes of your estate at your death and then we have this trust which established his foundation ultimately to hold this art and carry on this educational mission. This charitable mission rather than necessarily run art museum so that's very different and also obviously Your estate isn't going to last forever. The idea is to administer an estate and have it wrapped up within a year or a few years. This other plan in which the arch foundation was held was mental last. Ideally in perpetuity are as long as possible. And I think that we should talk a little bit more about the doctrine of deviation to and how that's brought us to where we are today in terms of how have you made your wishes known to your fiduciaries how major wishes known your executor if you have a will and how have you made your wishes known to trustees if you have a trust or how we made wishes known to Charitable Corporation. That's going to continue beyond your debt. Obviously some methods making your wishes known or not going to be ultimately legally enforceable when they applied the doctrine of deviation to barnes they essentially were trying to anticipate how could most closely meet. Barnes is desired end. When circumstances changed so I think that something. That's it's important to talk to clients about is what's your ultimate goal and get that in writing. Even if it's not legally enforceable I think if Barnes have been consulted on this and someone had said well it's down to this re they're gonNA move your entire collection right next door to the Philadelphia. Museum are moving out of the suburban setting that you chose change. The way to the artwork is presented from what you designed to something that's perhaps and more accommodating to the General Public. Would you rather have moved? And your vision changed in that way or would you rather sell. Certain pieces certainly arguable. That might have said sell certain pieces or we might have come up with a different way to raise funds to keep the off foundation operating as it was one of the difficulties. When you're dealing with these plans that are intended to last in perpetuity. Right is that that's impossible along the way and you have to anticipate not just through the various scenarios that could occur over the ensuing rest of time but also the legal changes that are and all that stuff is just impossible for an estate plan to like completely for. See it in any way how good you are all. That's kind of why it's best to sort of building at certain points. Some safe spots here where where things can transfer or where where things can change a little bit in some flexibility. Because you know the only fact that you know is that things will change. You have no idea what the changes are going to be necessarily. Yeah in hindsight is twenty twenty but I think that if I were assisting with creating this plan I might ask those questions. If you're endowment runs low in years what changes would you be most okay with if changes had to be made because we never know even if someone gets a hundred million dollar endowment today the market crash could be invested in something that seems really safe at suddenly becomes unsafe or sometimes organizations are even victim of produce aries? Obviously we don't see that very often but it does happen. So how are we going to necessarily plan for all contingencies? That can happen there including running out of money to keep the operation going until depicted the night honestly in this situation despite what I just said. It's kind of the most obvious question right pure album. Barnes's stay planner and he's putting all these rules saying people can come in once a week and it can only be X. People at once and you can only charge this or it's just simple math. Look at and be like well. Rent costs this much to say like a house. It's going to work out. And would Albert Barnes of preferred to allow more people in at a time or preferred to have partnered perhaps with the city of Philadelphia or even with Philadelphia Museum of art to transport people easily from Philadelphia to Marion in that suburb where he was located rather than have the artwork moved. I think people describe Albert Barnes being someone who got what he wanted and who might not have been particularly open to hearing different perspectives. But I think that this is the kind of thing where if someone brought in this concept for an estate plan. You'd have to push back if the individual wasn't willing to sort of look at the different contingencies and plan for them and I think that you know now we have the example of Albert Barnes if someone doesn't WanNa plan for different contingencies. We can say okay but if these unforeseen things happen we want to know. We most like your opinion on what should happen because that can be instructive for how changes should be made. And if you don't provide it you're leaving it up to the court and you're leaving it up to whoever might be in charge of these assets or your plan to one hundred years after death. And that's probably someone who has no personal connection with you concede the Barnes case the smallest possible genuine to the most closely adhering to your wishes can be nowhere near what his wishes clearly would have been right out in. My last possible thing you to do was hurt. His Art to go to this autumn quote elites in the Philadelphia Museum. It's also possible. That was the best way to do it now. You know it's sort of a a weird situation. Where even sometimes the closest possible best solution can be the last thing that person would want if they haven't specified right exactly. I mean he might have wanted everything to be sold and wound down if it got to this point. But we'll never know because obviously it wasn't anticipated the endowment would deplete to the point that they were in grave financial trouble but these are the kind of questions that we need to think of as a state planners. And that's why we why we study things that's why we read case law. People might not have been as aware of these problems back in nineteen twenty two or back. No one this estate plan was initially created but we have the benefit of an extra hundred or so years of history to guide us in making a state clowns. Obviously don't think that most of our listeners have clients with twenty five billion dollars collections. That they're gonNA have to worry about this about unless you do. In which case awesome. Why the Hell you listening to me? You know. I think this concept of what porn was doing this idea of dead hand control and sort of the risks inherent in that and the natural idea that sort of the natural tendency toward of powerful people to want to do that is something that can be instructive for all advisors regardless whether working on estate planning on vacuum. I'm just talking about the dead hand a little bit with that. Mean a good way to phrase it. It's essentially trying to control beyond your death. What happens to your assets as we discussed at the beginning of this podcast? It works best for a shorter amount of time in the longer. It's been since your death the harder it can be. For example sometimes clients will want a particular financial firm or financial advisor to be working on their assets. That usually works fine. If it's just going to be your estate but if you have perhaps a lengthy trust and you might not even think you have a lengthy trust. You mentioned that most listeners probably don't have huge art collections to dispose of. But if you have younger people in your life either. Children Nieces and nephews. Whoever even the children of family friends? Who might be inheriting from you? You have to anticipate that if these kids are three years old today you might be putting something in your estate plan that has assets in them for trust until they're thirty five forty so that's going to be a fairly lengthy amount of time and if you're restricting to certain financial advisers. We don't know what could happen with that. For example people retire financial firms emerge and go under and it might not be clear what to do in those situations so I do try to draft with a certain amount of flexibility to.
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"From NPR and WBZ. I'm Tanya Moseley. I'm Jeremy Hobson. It's here now. And a handful of states move toward reopening Nebraska. Ohio and North Dakota are seeing cases rise and the head of the CDC tells The Washington Post a second wave next. Winter could be worse than the wave passing through much of the country right now well in around. Dc There are now more than twenty six thousand confirmed cases that includes Maryland and Virginia. It's become a hotspot with more than one thousand confirmed deaths. Martin Ostrom you'll is reporter at W. A. M. U. in Washington and Martin. Can you lay out for us? what's going on there with the pandemic and the DC region. What experts estimate the peak to be an hospitals are doing well? It's kind of all over the place when it comes to the peak. I mean you have the district. You have Maryland and Virginia and all three states have kind of adopted their own models at tell them when they think peak case count is going to be held. Hospitals are going to fare But at this point across the region it could be anywhere from mid May to late as July. That's where the district is are saying late into the summer. This could be going on But there are glimmers of hope. Though over the last week leaders in the region have said that they have seen some signs that the curve is flattening so they are starting to see that they may be coming in a little sooner than they expected. Downturns apostolate hospitalization data. The all the governments around here say they have enough hospital beds. They handle demand but they have been beefing up Both district in Maryland are using convention centers as field hospitals Just in case the worst of what could happen does happen. Okay so we also know that governor Larry Hogan purchased five hundred thousand tests from South Korea. That was a that was a super controversial thing because the president claimed that Maryland had enough tests. What do we know about testing? They're also like a lot of places across the country. Testing capacity has been very limited so governor Hogan essentially. Did what what he could. He went to South Korea. He got five hundred thousand tests from them. Put it into context Maryland. His only tested seventy thousand people to date so five hundred thousand huge increase for them. That's Martin Ostrom you'll he's reporter at W. A. M. U. in Washington. Thanks for this update. Thanks for having me well. It is not just doctors and nurses on the front lines of this pandemic. It's also paramedics who have to ambulance the sick to hospitals. Let's check in now with one of them. David Gore off a paramedic in Lower Merion Pennsylvania outside of Philadelphia. Welcome thank you when you've been responding to several corona virus related nine one one calls a we understand. There are a lot of nursing homes In your area. Can you describe what some of those calls have been like sure? We're as a department. We're going on anywhere between five to fifteen of these kinda calls a day and as you said. We have a lot of nursing facilities in our area and a lot of those calls are happening at these nursing facilities. I went to a nursing home in four days ago. There were three patients in the room. Definitely within six feet and I was there for one of the patients who had new onset of fever cough shortness of breath all very consistent with the current virus. And you're looking in that room and thinking I'm going to be back here in the next week for all of the room mates and it's a very scary thought and when you go into a situation like that. Do you have the personal protective equipment? That you need might have been very lucky. Our supply chain has though been very interrupted. Just like the rest of the country. We've been doing a really great job. At tracking down those last pieces of P P either out there floating in procuring them Where wearing topic suits and ninety five or p one hundred masks gloves goggles on. All of these calls. You've had several colleagues test positive for cove in nineteen and have to quarantine for two weeks before returning to work summer sleeping in hotels to avoid infecting their families. Give us a sense of the toll that this pandemic is taking on you and your team. Both physically and emotionally physically. The toll is is manageable. We have had at our peak. We had twelve staff members out five full staff members and that takes a toll on on our ability to staff and to to respond to nine one calls on a day-to-day basis. But it's manageable. The psychiatric toll on the staff is something that I think about what I'm very worried about For the staff and also for me. stresses always been a part of this job. But this feels very different. Because it's ongoing. I had you know extremely stressful incidents. Over the course of my career I worked on a sixteen year old and cardiac arrests pronounced him dead and then had to walk up from his room and tell his parents that he had died Which obviously is a stressful thing? And you ask any paramedic in the country and they've had that kind of terrible experience but that experience happens hopefully once and you go home you deal with it. You talk to your colleagues talk to your family and you hopefully are able to move on. This stress is ongoing. We've been kind of in the midst of this now for more than a month and every single day they know they're going to treat one of these patients and they're going to have to do it again and again and again and they're risking bringing this back to their family and that stresses continuous and we don't see kind of an end in sight. One of the things that I've heard is that people who call into nine one one may not be telling the nine one one operator everything that is actually true because they're afraid about answering questions honestly when it comes to covert nineteen of you experience that I have. Unfortunately I had an incident where parents had called for their son who was injured The nine one operator asks them all the Kobe. Nineteen screen questions. The police asked them when they showed up. I asked them And when we got to the hospital they very cheaply looked at me and told me that they had not been truthful and they hid pad close contact with someone who had been tested positive for the virus and when I asked them why not been forthcoming. They told me that they were worried. That we wouldn't take care of them and we wouldn't take them the hospital. I would just say that help is going to come. Either way and people shouldn't be afraid to be honest with first responders with the nine dispatchers and operators. Because help will come either way. It's just we're gonNA take kind of elevated precautions if we are trying to avoid us being infected by a patient. You say that it's hard to see the end in sight at this point. Do you feel like the peak is passed where you are anyway and that things are getting better. I'm sitting here looking at a graph. Our numbers right now Certainly today's numbers are framing. A little bit of optimism. We had our lowest growth in new cases In our area but in terms of our Nyah one calls for patients that are reporting symptoms consistent with Krona Virus. That number has remained relatively steady. That is David Gaurav. Who's a paramedic in Lower Merion Pennsylvania? David thanks for talking with us and thanks for the work that you're doing right. Now thank you. It's a pleasure talking with you will. Because of collapsing demand during the pandemic the world is awash in crude oil. But producers keep pumping oil so people are running out of places to put it. Npr's Jackie northern reports. The math is simple every day. About one hundred million barrels of crude are pumped out of the ground to fuel. Our cars planes factories. The Corona Virus ope break has derailed those activities but producers are still pumping now. There's an oversupply of crude. Not seen before and he actually might see a situation where the world might run out of storage space and for crude oil that ace and unprecedented. I'm not saying it's going to happen. But it's definitely a scenario. That's no longer crazy eric. Blue Cows and is an analyst with potent and partners a new york-based shipbroker an oil consultant. He says oil producers and traders are hustling to find places to stash crude. The first choice is storage terminals like the one in cushing Oklahoma storage tanks. The ones that will fill up the quickest and I started the cheapest but cows and says some countries like China are filling up their strategic petroleum reserves with low cost crude president. Trump says he wants to buy oil from hard hit. Us producers in store that but Congress isn't releasing money for that after storage tanks and reserves. It COMES DOWN TO OIL. Tankers says lowest sobriety of international seaways one of the largest tanker companies in the world. All of a sudden. There's a there's a very intense demand for our tankers starts on the very large crude carriers or the two mil the vessels that can store and move two million barrels a day. Sabrina says so. Far there are more than seventy five of these. Super Large tankers out on the water waiting bobbing around loaded to the gills with crude. So if it's the Saudis they may have you hang out in Giro right but they have some storage in the Red Sea. They have storage in Japan so other ships will go in and sit off of Singapore the US golf would be a place where ships would sit but it isn't a cheap way to store oil. A year ago the large ships would charge about twenty five to thirty thousand dollars a day. Now it's anywhere from eighty thousand two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. A day says Christian wetherby shipping analyst at City Research. They're trying to lock in much of this revenue because they know that it's not a long term scenario and they're trying to make as much money as they can while they can and frankly. I think they're doing a pretty good job.
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"I have to you know now go to myrtle beach convention center and get ready to do this game objects Oklahoma verses Kobe Bryant's team lower Merion Pennsylvania and I come walking out of my hotel in a sea scout patted the head coach in the jinx players all standing there looking at me and Scott goes are you okay Anna Gordy me he goes well we had our slider open the team was watching video of Kobe on our what we're trying to game plan and we all we heard was like fifty different swear words for a meal as for human skill one of the TVS yeah why is it down there gonna have time so we go to the convention center and Matt Clarke who played at Oklahoma state was my color commentator huge crowd is Kobe Bryant in is warming up Duncan everyone's Duncan five guys are done good on that team they got the six one in this looks like the biggest myths mismatch on earth it does it Scott paddock walks up to me he says what do you think it I this is right before the game and we're going to go on and I go you guys lose by forty I'll say that you're not gonna get shut out of eighty forty and he goes you know build there was something strange in the locker room these kids are so frightened right now that I think they heard everything I told them and I told them if you follow what I'm saying and we can win this game I said I think they believe it and I go I don't in the whole and folks you can check it you can Google it that Kobe Bryant's last high school Los was against jinx Oklahoma they filed Colby out late in the game one by thirteen in overtime Kobe's team went on to win twenty seven straight games won the state championship whatever lower Merion Pennsylvania was in and jinx Oklahoma you have Kobe is last high school are still one of the top moments ever in my nearly twenty eight years in radio there was flat out there is no way this was a one versus sixteen see this was one verses sixty four C. it was an amazing night had a chance to make Kobe afterwards and jelly bean Bryant he was amazing then and he was a man the drinks Oklahoma for one night myrtle beach South Carolina nice school basketball world love them thanks so much for the conversation thank you or would thank you McKeon twenty four seven drop your tweets at Saturday the huge on Twitter excuse me captain this is your wake up call for the new track from wireless what's in them what if you had to fly this plane while sitting back in the cab I wouldn't have any control well that's what it's like going with some wireless.
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"You'll jun Twitter Saturday night he'll show on Facebook I action who wins Niners or the chiefs where will Brady played this year in the NFL then I'll get a Horowitz's Superbowl prediction along with the king the good guys back at CVS one eight five five two one two four two two seven and that Saturday huge on Twitter skip in Milwaukee thanks to the weight here on CBS sports radio bring your church group he looks at me again and not too long ago not you did say that you and I are old but I used to hear you all the time when you were working in a city you about ninety miles south of Milwaukee volume one thousand when I was on in Chicago listen you guys all the time especially the we trouble in the Packers and bears played hall yeah yup yup yup you guys are listed me a lot and I'm glad that I'm glad I I too much to DO bill somewhere else you know which is you know where you are now so it's great to hear your voice and all at stop yeah thanks for taking my call I just I think the forty Niners are gonna win I mean at what they did two weeks ago what were the odds future you know somebody would have told you you which Bravo zero Troy ounces and enjoy going to throw for seventy seven yards and the sale princess gold forty riders are gonna wipe off the Packers yeah you would have thought that the Packers blow the modem what's interesting skill is that I saw the blip on CBS sports network the Niners in their playoff wins over to pretty good defensive units in the Vikings and the Packers ran the ball seventy five percent of the time how about that well the thing is you know like somebody said the dog super bowls are one whoever controls the defensive line and you look at the forty Niners defense of wine and their defense I just I just think you're gonna find a way to overcome Kansas city's offense just like what happened last year in the Super Bowl with no angel and I would be very happy for Andy Reid if Kansas city won the Superbowl because Ron Lynch how your day here are my twenty years ago instead of letting him go to Philadelphia after Holmgren laughed if you were the one a Superbowl in Green Bay okay not for the field it'll bring back the what if game or whatever but but I would be happy for Andy Reid but I just think you know go out full bill Belichick obviously was in Lubbock lawful and he wanted a mystery in normal and and I think Russell one one super bowls and winning goal and intentionally but now he's gonna women samples so stroll along with that defense soul bombs and speaking you mentioned were Tom Brady's good and up he should re sign with New England if he does not he's going to play in a state where he was born I think the Los Angeles Chargers it was good thank you for listening thanks a lot of in Milwaukee remember my Chicago days and were heard now in Chicago in six seventy the store and also you Milwaukee yeah I was in Chicago ninety eight the till two thousand and one turning your one thousand Lou canalis son who's on fox Chicago good run those single guy live in downtown Chicago back to back my two cities were Austin for two and a half years Austin Texas in downtown Chicago amazing to the best cities in America you want to join in I need your Superbowl prediction what do you think Tom Brady will play this fall in the NFL and shout outs to your daughter it is ten minutes to get in on that at one eight five five two one two for CBS that's one eight five five two one two four two two seven and I'll read the tweets over the last hour at Saturday the huge on Twitter but in palm desert thank you for the wait then you're on CBS sports radio doing good but I know you're retired my three place tonight and funny enough I used three Jerry Springer producer and along with a couple of reasons we just read a book and screenplay about how while the show was going no that the answer you were cicadas why five your name right live at the grand Ohio downtown yeah I used to live down at the eleven thirty three Dearborn was Springer who it was was that all real or staged about parking about I can't reveal yeah but we here's a funny story what went on the show what was behind the scenes of the show with ten times more while it was on TV that's what the book about what the movie's about who's the former is it Steve the former security guy who he prescribed and again I'm gonna get out the details but even that is a lot different but even there to the spring or in the movie we want to play with it we're gonna try to get a screen play out of the book but I just want to make sure your son the upcoming contact may be able to contact me I'll give her with my information because you know spring is been a big supporter thirty years of the behind the scenes of the show would be a great a great movie okay give them your email and will do that but thanks to route the you got a Super Bowl predictions I'm back and I'm you're doing you're doing like the Miami Herald is good we roll with Marino and marine and Montana and you're taking like Seattle and Denver two years ago with the better defense I did get a weird feeling to read a good enough coach to do what he did against Tennessee were you realize that you have to run the ball as well you know that their quality control the whole game in the third quarter I think if they can turn the tables on the point are they can win the game thank you but in palm desert listening out in California Hey Horowitz what we're doing tonight this is how like agents start I'm telling you we're going to be at the Oscars like in three years and they're going to remember on the Saturday night he would show on February first in the February second again every listening on the east coast or west coast time and we're gonna have like Oscar nominations on the red carpet I'll bring you along will let McKeon come along John fasten will be there this is kind of like entourage for the old guys yeah but you know what I fear I I like we were facilitating all this and then they're just going to forget about us you know they're they're gonna make your time together today and I'll be so when everybody's **** in court at the lake we've got the email that you want the warm fuzzies to end go ahead and don't get was a cut of the action two one you are that no I've done have you been in a movie or whatever have you ever been even an extra it is not all of us get to live the starlight Hey Horowitz you ever your voice of a video game well the way I said that was like it's like everyone had cereal this morning for breakfast movie who has a better the more some believable the life you live like you're so far removed now like so if you got a million dollars in your bank account dollars in the bank account oh my lord no I did touch back at the the voice of that little Kurt Russell movie night and Brian Presley was the the producer I called his high school games football games a jinx Oklahoma and and speaking of Kobe injuring so go homa have I ever told you the story when I called Kobe Bryant's last high school basketball game what survivor sure that story on the Saturday night a huge show not to my recollection all right so it's December of two thousand or is issues wi December of nineteen ninety five in the myrtle beach ball classic in South Carolina at the convention center I don't know if they still do it was an annual high school all American invitational where their teams were all invited it was over like three four days at myrtle beach and I was working in Tulsa Oklahoma in December of nineteen ninety five and I was play by play voice for jinxed football and jinx basketball jinx Oklahoma well they had an all American by the name of friends a stone who's six eleven one on the plate Oklahoma in the big twelve and they were invited to this tournament and they were the really good same one runs I naturally good guys six eleven I was in the lineup will runs you jacked is back right before they were going to leave for the tournament so Scott paddock the head coach of jinx now a teacher in Bixby Oklahoma they had to go to this tournament and they don't have their all American Tim Thomas Jermaine o'neal of Mike Bibby all that it's like a who's who she and Holloway was from Jersey just unbelievable talent over the years Kenny Anderson is played that tournament so here comes jinx Oklahoma without ren's I don't know if they had anybody over six one so they upset a Lakewood Ohio team in their opener in the way the bracket was set up they knew if they won in lower Merion on of Ardmore Pennsylvania just outside of Philly Kobe school Kobe was there they would play Colby in the semi finals of their side it is like to two championships gonna is a lot of teams so all of a sudden they win in on that December night the Saturday night at the myrtle beach convention center it's a jinx Oklahoma minus their superstar all American with a bunch of six one guys if that taken on Kobe Bryant in lower Merion Pennsylvania in Scott paddock that morning at the shootaround the team I ride over with because I want to shoot at a basket I had a wreck basketball game that Monday you know really important things Scott paddock told the story of my statewide show last week here in Michigan that I told the team they couldn't use one half of the court because I was warming up for my rec league game so slick that the get ready to one side of the court in panic walks up to me when they're leaving he goes you know I just hope we scored tonight in this game hope we score I in lower Merion Kobe Bryant in so we go back to the hotel in the eagles are playing in the alliance some alliance fan and the line so six interceptions they get drilled by the eagles on swearing and yelling at the TV I know I have time there down like thirty eight seven.
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"Quite finished but it is winding down on Monday. The senators give their closing using arguments then on Wednesday the final vote dump David. Thank you stayed in Florida now. Some big storms slamming the southern part of the State on Super Bowl Eve sending panicked in concert goers at this Harry styles event running for the exits. ABC Senior meteorologist. Rob Marciano joins us now with the forecast rob good evening giving. It's been a rough twenty four hours tonight. We still have a severe weather threat across South Florida. You can see it on the radar that front about the push through a Miami WanNa does so we were clear out for the big game in the big Big Day tomorrow. Temperatures that kickoff pretty cool actually sixty three degrees with clear skies in a North Wind in Miami. Meanwhile in the West the adviser expanding we have winter storm warnings posted now in the wind alerts really really expanding from San Francisco to Santa Barbara San Diego Vegas. We could see damaging winds there fifty sixty miles an hour tomorrow night and then again on Monday as another pulse comes in and that low gets gets into the planes in the southeast for a severe weather threat mid week. Tom All right rob thank you next to the ongoing tributes to Kobe. Bryant Fellow Lakers playing their first game at the staple center since Brian and his daughter and seven others were killed last Sunday in that helicopter crash and in the Philadelphia suburb where Bryant Played High School Ball. His Jersey displayed at center court. Four here's ABC's accurate quiche with more the emotions inside the staples center. We're raw five. Days of grief culminating in a ceremony to honor and celebrate eight alleged San Fans packed a hosted hosted Kobe bills for a game that was bigger than basketball. Once upon a time young basketball had dreams incoming one of the greatest basketball players of all time. The Lakers. I contest ends Kobe. Bryant his daughter Juliana in seven others tragically passed away. It was therapeutic in many ways the first step forward throughout the night there were moving tributes fighting back tears. Lebron James gave a passionate speech so on a war is Kobe Bryant. Mamba out but in the words of us now forgotten little brother. The Lakers player were one Lebron's Jersey numbers eight and twenty four during warmups. And the starters at all five positions were introduced -duced as Kobe High School coby Bryan today in Lower Merion Pennsylvania. Kobe's high school. They honored one of their own despite his absence. You could feel Kobe's presents everywhere. Vanessa Brian. Kobe's wife who didn't attend the game responded to the tribute on instagram posting. There's there's no number twenty four without number two Hashtag Girl Daddy. In this week of.
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"Well actually I think more about it and put more into it or at least I did it during my downtime I mention as to where buddy of mine on the air okay mine after me on Monday night down in Philadelphia is on here in Philly and as you know Kobe Bryant was much celebrated because he played high school basketball in felt Philly originally grew up overseas with his dad still playing in the Italian league so he's a very young man growing up in Italy but he had his formative years high school years in lower Merion Pennsylvania which is just outside I mean it borders the city limits of Philadelphia so while it is a city suburb it's all up in Philadelphia don't kid yourself and man to date play an over play Colby celebration from a couple years ago when the eagles won the Superbowl I he put it up on social media him watching the show with his family and go and stone cold not he grew up as a cold up eagle fan because he grew up just outside of Philadelphia so is a did very difficult show to do I Monday night almost as difficult as the one I had to do a year Sunday night but it was and continues to be a perfect storm because for it to continue on and can get new angles and thoughts and stories and memories to come back over the course of an entire week several things must be present number one first and foremost greatness and Kobe Bryant had that he is arguably one of the best players in history the NBA when I say bass players you tell me top three top five top aide top ten no one is even going to begin to argue with me is outside the top ten I think he's an all time top ten all time great is so when I say one of the greatest I hope you understand and I will cut me enough slack to let me just get away with that kind of inclusive moniker I'm not gonna stay here tonight and debate you he's still Ford greatest player in his stadium now when I'm going to do that okay but we need to acknowledge that Kobe was one of the greatest of all times if he wasn't we wouldn't still be talking this week after what tragically transpired number two it needs to be tragic we've lost all the players who we think of its all time great in their sports what if they died at the age of eighty two but it doesn't go on for a week the remembrances in the ceremonies and there of the heartfelt tributes to continue to be paid this is as big as it is because greatness meets tragedy it's sad but it's true and I hate you don't wanna would not you just wanted knowledge the fact that we did lose a great one but we wouldn't be continuous wave now Jing ever wasn't in a tragic way that it was and number three is it was more than just Kobe if Kobe done I a couple years ago a holiday I got to know in Philadelphia during his time with the Phillies was killed in a single person plane crash and it was a tragic way to go when he was in his forties just like Kobe and he was lost well before his time but it was just him it wasn't him his daughter are seven of the passengers are six other passengers on the pilot so what was multiple people that were tragically killed it was a tragic episode and we are talking about one of the greatest players of all time and that's why this continues to go on so some prepping for today show knowing full well we've got to bubble fifty four to talk about tomorrow and the Superbowl is as big a sporting event is there is every single year and let me repeat this is CBS sports radio so this is our valley where this is our time of year this is one of the days where people are front and center paying attention to the world of sports we certainly want to take the most of it but I don't want to be the guy who says I'm not Kobe Bryant I'm not going to be that guy it will pass in its own time and truth be told although I did the show on Sunday during the breaking news of the tragic accident and did two more shows the next two nights in Colby's at least at one time hometown all right yes he's in LA for twenty years and he became a LA legend and the is a left coast guy but his roots were in Philadelphia and so many people had so many stories to tell about Nolan and growing with Colby and the like I wasn't about to say okay we've done this enough now and I'm still not ready today so anyone who has a Kobe Bryant emotion I DO feeling that they want to share please feel free to do so my first hour got no gas plant so the phones will be open right from the start eight five five two one two four two two seven I didn't we we took some calls on Toby I'm called me last week but the just the emotion was still raw the card was still raw we've now got a couple of days to analyze and realize what transpired and again I can't give enough credit to the teams the outlet the places that Kobe's life has been celebrated they've all done a phenomenal fabulous job it's taken up a good chunk of my life this past week which included a birthday celebration thanks for saying having by tax but we went out then yeah my wife my daughter and I still we're talking about it on Thursday of the the week so I do want to let you know that if you have anything you want to share about Kobe Bryant the man the player the myth the legend feel free to hop aboard my phone lines and we will take calls all and to our number one eight five five two one two four two two seven but much like Kobe Bryant would have wanted can it is spin discussed over and over and over and over and over and over again he was a competitor that's what made Kobe Bryant great was how much of a competitor that he was dead he lived for the challenge he wanted to compete with absolutely everybody he raised his own game because of the way that he played the game hi and I think we should honor him by doing the same today in talking about the super ball I don't want to talk about Kobe Bryant for four consecutive hours and we're not going to because when I passed on about the upcoming two ball self feel free to get on my phone to talk about the big game to be played tomorrow and or number eight and 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"From the time we I saw him in send in store at Lower Merion high school outside site Philadelphia Hobie. Brian did more than shine activate and faster than that he dominated. I have decided to skip college in Montana take his thirteenth in the Nineteen Ninety six NBA draft by Charlotte Kobe Bryant from Lower Merion Pennsylvania. He was traded that same day to the Lakers owners and Toby Bryant taking his first deterrents. Brian Brian will become the youngest player ever ear in an NBA game by a second season an NBA all allstone playing with a flair. Feel an instinct for many conjured Michael Jordan. That is so they can't buy his fourth season in two thousand playing alongside Shaquille O'Neil he was an NBA champion. The little forty coming back absolutely the first of three consecutive titles the Lakers after O'Neill left Los Angeles. Brian would become a leading light in unrelenting score in the league. St At staple famously dropping eighty-one against Toronto in two thousand six fifty five talk about the w attorney fellow you move the Arctic Circle who just turned into something a special he won the scoring title that season and again in oh seven and then was named league. MVP in two thousand eight guys. He's my brothers. We have one but for all the Individual Glory Bryan's team accomplishments in La weren't done mortality. Analogy for the Los Angeles Lakers. He carried the Lakers two. NBA title the next two seasons in two thousand nine and ten earning finals. MVP both times idea hours happen. How awards new versus used? He's ruthless drive. Dr became known as the Mamba Mentality. I have no fear whatsoever. I take a last second shot and I missed perhaps showed most when he returned earned from a devastating Achilles injury twenty thirteen into three more seasons and it perhaps the most memorable finale to an NBA career ever. He scored sixty sixty points in his final game. What can I say for all? Let's longevity Ryan's career was not free of controversy in two thousand three. He was accused of rape by nineteen year old hotel. Employees in Colorado prosecutors heaters would later drop the charges. A civil case ended in an undisclosed settlement.
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"Of of hunted Dr Ali Khan from virus user day one time unfortunate news was I I've mentioned earlier going back about a half hour thirty five forty minutes ago when we first got to unfortunate push message from GMC sports now confirm that one of the greatest of all time to play that game Kobe Bryant and his private helicopter with four other people in Calabasas California went down in a fiery crash tragic scenario I mean you're talking to the guy who really for multiple decades now which is hard to process dominated accumulated ring after ring after rang and scored thirty three thousand six hundred forty three point which is just insane just last night lebron James moved into third place on that list passing Kobe Bryant with the layout in the third quarter of that game no talk yet as the cause of the crash I guess my question to you is this if you're a basketball fan and since we got the Xavier musketeers on the road at Creighton with the pre game show at three thirty in a tip off at four o'clock my question to you in the my question to mow agar of course you hear everywhere all the time it is the foot print and and the monumental achievement and and and arguably the guy who changed the game and revitalize the game of basketball the pro level what is your thought in your memory in the first thing that comes to mind about Kobe Bryant mill I think of I think the word the NBA was closed Jordan in the you know your Jordan retired in nineteen ninety eight Kobe Bryant actually played an all star game that year famously Madison Square Garden but into the legal sort of address to know they had a lock out in nineteen ninety nine shortened a fifty game season and pardon me if I if I sound out of breath I I ran up two flights of steps to knowing that this is one of those things I mean it's an out of the blue scenario that's you know that's why we planted the doctor and that's what we got on here as an NBA fan and I'm I'm sure you have folks who who are listening who don't closely follow the NBA but you know when Michael Jordan retired in nineteen ninety nine a lot of people were kind of wondering who the face of the lead was going to be and it really kind of the candles Lakers teams to deal a meal and and Kobe Bryant and up until we won that title in two thousand Kobe was an all star he was kind of used as office player a little bit of the children the post season this is twenty lebron James and ring the league and Colby and and to a large degree shack as well trying to grab that mantle plumes Jordan I don't like to see the see the leaks but the rest of the we got a sort of a leak nineties marker thank it's time to say to get your breath look what they did mo in for those who don't know in on the passive NBA fan I don't I'm not as much of a follower of the NBA now as I was back in those days and the reality is that even though it seemed like there was sort of in a you know and oil and water kind of mixed sometimes between Kobe and Shaq is that the G. the game changed and they dominated and the fact that there was this magic on the field ironically using that term it and think about that guy in a generation before is that through whatever was that spark between them that was productive who was also that spark between them that sometimes seems that was combative at least my observation our listeners yeah those workers things were soap opera you know they they they were whether it was the the Kobe and Shaq dynamic which which never really you never really felt like it was still completely resolved you know when when she kilo Neil got a statue outside the staples center in two thousand I think two thousand thirteen he mentioned you know all these teammates and I don't remember if he didn't mention Kobe or he merely mentioned him in passing but those two guys had some some bad blood those two guys had some he there was a for his video that went viral god needed two thousand seven two thousand eight and and there was a a rap track list she kill o'neill basically as they say dissing Kobe Bryant but basketball player he's he's easily one of the ten greatest some would say is one of the five greatest you'll have people would say he's maybe the second greatest but but I I think more important and that you know again when when Michael Jordan retired the question was who's gonna be the face of the NBA and it's not over the last fifteen years it's become lebron James but you know Kobe kind of became the face of this week and you know he won with secure on your records but then he won two titles after Shaquille o'neal play the Boston Celtics in what was a very sort of nostalgia filled NBA finals Kobe was not very good in game seven but you know he kind of got these two league career titles that sort of you don't want to save justified his career but he was no longer tethered to shock he was clearly the main guy you know and all those NBA finals in two thousand two thousand one two thousand two Shaquille o'neal won the N. B. peel works of the NBA finals and deservedly so so there was this sense that when the two split the Kobe needed to go win one that was here and what he did that in a two thousand nine in two thousand ten it was sort of a you're a farming pair of titles and then you know what he was able to do just from a scoring basis what he was able to do statistically he's in the conversation is among the most best players in the history league but among the most important hello when you think about the changing of the guard and talk about that you know when you look at those teams for the Chicago Bulls in and you think about Jordan and you think about arguably the changeover before that even we got bird in in those guys in the kale anything bill Russell before that or Oscar Robertson before that you think perish was who else Kevin Garnett in obviously everybody moves around it has moved around a lot more ray Allen but I mean when you look at scoring obviously the Brian James just passed him up last night which is the ironic and I I think generally speaking it says a lot and not just for the saving the game but changing the style of the game and and and you mentioned the relevance of the issue of the NBA who when you look at that now what kids are out there I mean even if they're just plain you know the game the NBA you know it games of historically we can pull guys back up from the past it you think Kobe you later on you think in in some sharing of space in any of the battling each other but different generation lebron in you you think about that Jordan in those teams with the bulls when you were when you were growing up who did you want to watch who who grab your attention who who made you go man I if I could play I want to be that guy well for my generation and I'm forty two well he was only one I was introduced to the NBA you know with with Magic Johnson and Larry Bird and you know maybe a different degree Isiah Thomas yeah I grew up a huge New York Knicks fan so Bernard king and and Patrick Ewing your misery after that too yeah and then for a much younger generation obviously you know obviously if you go over the last twenty years I think it's one in one eight the two most significant NBA figures I would say le blanc slightly over Kobe because I feel like lebron's departure from the Cleveland Cavaliers really kind of ignited an era of player mobility and player empowerment in the NBA Kobe obviously never changed things but if you think of you know think of that franchise it's it's a good debate to have who's the greatest LA Laker of all time to Jerry west as will chamberlain Kareem Magic Johnson is that you know Kobe Bryant is a chat with James worthy you don't even mention come see how about that though it and then that difference to and that's always going to be those arguments Corinne sort of gets lost in the shuffle yeah no he does and then obviously you know you can make a clear case that Kobe Bryant's the greatest Laker of all time one as many titles as magic one five now Magic Johnson in many respects kind of see the NBA and again I'm not really sure that that Kobe saving NDA but he gave it opposed to Jordan face we spent a lot of time in the nineties trying to find out who the next Jordan was going to be and I'm not sure we did that with Kobe Bryant when he entered the NBA whenever he can play college basketball the kind of a different adolescence you know he's been a lot of time in Europe as a kid there wasn't that much is known about him at the time Kevin Garnett came right out of high school and frankly as I recall a lot more was known about him then Kobe Bryant who came from lower Merion Pennsylvania always sort of had a weird love hate relationship with Philadelphia fans whenever the Lakers would go to Philadelphia but when he played in Philadelphia for a during the all star game but we spent a lot of time in the mid nineties kind of wondering what was next the leaders always been about stars it is believed that about stars right now one of the reasons why the NBA ratings aren't great the stars one players know Kevin Durant there's no Steph curry died like that Kobe Bryant gave the star and the soul pop with the LA Lakers gave people a storyline to pay attention to it and that is extraordinarily significant let's certainly is with that hang on just a minute we'll take a break more with no Wagner I think we got Jerry Jeff Walker also we'll talk on they really surprising tragic loss helicopter crash Calabasas California Kobe Bryant his private helicopter goes down a total of five people killed not his wife not his children more details on that straight away and your thoughts on Kobe and that footprint in the NBA in the world of basketball I don't mean you can't it's hard to say.
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"Of my colleagues joy whenever I mention that the the the living martyr every acts with the deep contempt but I I have to say that he doesn't show on the other hand showing emotions is it's not in his make up all righty everybody and one eight seven seven six this is the left's lies about this country are staggering the last call or is a perfect example of of what has been done it is such an interesting question I asked him you know he said you was a white person what do you think I think I I don't think the left thinks are you think of some white that I think is a white so what is a bi racial person think of it think that they think white and black well if you three quarters black or three quarters white do you think do you understand how the the left has actually gone backwards the word progressive for a leftist is is is the most absurd of all political titles we have every thing about them is regressive give the state more power over you that's regressive America was progressive in wanting limited government it is a regressive it it goes back to the age of kings that's what they really really would like is a leftist king give the government more and more power over you my wife was reading to me was some suggestion came from some she's listening as usual so I am me what what this was exactly about that the thermostat in the summer in California should be set to eighty something degrees I I I really are I'm in the middle I don't know whether it will happen but I think it's a fifty fifty chance that that will that something about our thermostats we'll be either forced we always you won't be able to set your thermostat below or above a certain temperature and and OR eagle just it'll just be a law and I said to her if that that would that would lead have me leave California I somehow have dealt with the staggering taxation but that is that where you I treasure my freedom even more than I treasure my money they want to control everything I don't have a controlling bone in my body so I I I really don't relate to the left at all there's really nothing that I really to the left with regard to oh okay everybody then once Beverly in lower Merion Pennsylvania hi are you very well well it was kind of interesting listening to you a few minutes ago but it was wonderful listening to you when you spoke with that lady yes that had the husband who has A. L. S. I'm a very compassionate part of who you are I have listened to you for so many years I think I'm a little bit older than you are and that you certainly have put out wonderful information I'm having a little trouble with your first hour every time I put on your your station because I don't consider myself a laugh then I don't consider myself a lot like when you just spoke to that man a minute ago I saw a little bit of an impasse in with you when that you mentioned well you know he he was talking about how he felt president because he's black and you know what there was a book out I'm wondering if you ever read the color of water how do you because god in that book it is explained look the people as souls not at all one or right and I'm just stating it because it just happened to come up no one knew there must Michael Metz and you want him with the conventions of the station I'm also one you are and Mr Cordoba one all of the sudden one day and it is like day and night and then you can use that quite a bit in the way you on the station I wonder if it's because this is where the wallet one thing you have to do this in order to see that on that on the panel I don't understand you really I really are what I wonder yes I am all right shore let me respond that's what you asked if you're still on because I was so quiet so long but I wanted you to have your piece so let me very I hope briefly react the the reason I low the left is because I am compassionate my loathing of the left is because their beliefs they stink they do bad things they've always done bad things everything they touch they ruin I'm not happy about everything I just said I wish I could live in a fantasy world where everybody's nice just the differ with each other the left is rotten to the core it has been always not liberals there are a lot of wonderful liberals there a lot of a bad conservatives I totally get it have no problem with there are good there were good atheist some bad atheist good acrostic some bad across six good Jews bad choose good Christians bad Christians there's everything the only universal is the left the left is despicable show more white races but they're very very rare they're not a threat to this country like the left the left the left the college is it what it wants western civilization over that if you walk if you say western civilization is better you're a racist get it that's bad folks that's bad when you crap on the good.
"lower merion pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of my colleagues joy whenever I mention that the the the living martyr area acts with the deep contempt but I I have to say that he doesn't show on the other hand showing emotions is is not in his make up all righty everybody and one eight seven seven six this is the left's lies about this country are staggering the last call or is it perfect example of of what has been done it is such an interesting question I asked him you know he said you is a white person what do you think I think I I don't think the left thinks are you think of some white that I think is a white so what is a bi racial person think of that think that they think white and black what a few three quarters lacked or three quarters white do you think do you understand how the the left has actually gone backwards the word progressive for a leftist is is is the most absurd of all political titles we have every thing about them is regressive give the state more power over you that's regressive America was progressive in wanting limited government it is a regressive it goes back to the age of kings that's what they really really would like is a leftist king give the government more and more power over you my wife was reading to me was some suggestion came from some sees listening as usual so I am me what what this was exactly about that the thermostat in the summer in California should be set to eighty something degrees I I I really are I'm in the middle I don't know whether it will happen but I think it's a fifty fifty chance that that will that something about our thermostats we'll be either forced we always you won't be able to set your thermostat below or above a certain temperature and and OR eagle just it will just be a law and I said to her if that that would that would lead to have me leave California I somehow have dealt with the staggering taxation but that is that where you I treasure my freedom even more than I treasure my money they want to control everything I don't have a controlling bone in my body so I I I really don't relate to the left at all there's really nothing that I really to the left with regard to oh okay everybody and what's Beverly in lower Merion Pennsylvania hi very well well it was kind of interesting listening to you a few minutes ago but it was wonderful listening to you when you spoke with that lady yes that had the husband who has a yellow and passing the part of who you are Senate I have listened to you for so many years I think I'm a little bit older than you are and that you thought may have put out wonderful information I'm having a little trouble with is your first hour every time I put on your your station because I don't consider myself a laugh then I don't consider myself a lot like when you just spoke to that man a minute ago I saw a little bit of compassion with you one that you mentioned well you know he was talking about how he felt president because he's black and you know what they are booked out I'm wondering if you ever read the color of water how do you because god in that book it is explained look the people as souls not at all one or what and I'm just stating that because it just happened to come up no one Michael Metz and you want him would be to mention of the station might go on you are and Mister gore come on all of the sudden one day and it is like day and night and then you can use that quite a bit in the way you hear out on the station I wonder if it's because this is where the wallet it is one thing you have to do this in order to be on that on the panel I don't understand you really I really are what yes I am all right shore let me respond that's what you asked if you're still on because I was so quiet so long but I wanted you to have your piece so let me very I hope briefly react the the reason I low the left is because I am compassionate my loathing of the left is because their beliefs they stink they do bad things they've always done bad things everything they touch they ruin I'm not happy about everything I just said I wish I could live in a fantasy world where everybody's nice just the different with each other the left is rotten to the core it has been always not liberals there are a lot of wonderful liberals there a lot of bad conservatives like totally cut have no problem with it there are good there were good atheists and bad atheist good agnostics and batted plastics good Jews bad choose good Christians bad Christians there's everything the only universal is the left the left is despicable somewhere white races but they're very very rare they're not a threat to this country like the left is the left the left the colleges it what it wants western civilization over that if you what if you say western civilization is better you're.
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"Over the red pools an opening goal was a beauty thirty thirdminute jack harrison look at this online if you've not seen it instinct schaal leftfooted pirouette geometrically perfect strike into the corner seven goals on the season there is this crazy for me to say jack harrison for england no not at all i'm absolutely not at all if only for the english media's meltdown in mls players called up for the national team can imagine knife jack harrison was a central midfield had been that a that's the one thing that that that england does not seem to be generating be fantastic troll flight date gareth southgate way just every year after they were demolished seven nil in the same fixture myc cfc clean their first victory of red bull arena it will not be that lost in that long storied history and then the big game i may i say that crowd a pool and michael genuinely brilliant this one for me wolf football perspective genuinely brilliant the portland crowd for this gained clint dempsey rose outlet the kind of sockeye salmon he loves to catch in the bay to not the ball home in the ninety four th minute and tie the game against dread rival timbers to it come on us a serb found the net for his ninth goal against poland asked if he likes going against portland you just did that grim that he does and he says alex going against everybody say that man is going to become a us national treasure as america's supersub at the world cup two thousand and eighteen david or lockett raj you heard it here first the winner of the coveted guinness many blazes port floss asakusa croat raven of the week is robby i from lower merion pennsylvania summer is upon us he writes a time for new beginnings of time for short shorts and fresh stars what is one goal you police have for the summer months ahead something new you'd like to try davor when he doing taken up surfing an idea by the way you are a prophet today i i tried something really first time last week in europe in a bitter and i loved it.