35 Burst results for "Manning"
A Deeper Look at C.S. Lewis' Space Trilogy With Christiana Hale
"To familiarize the audience with the plot of these three books, the first book is out of the silent planet, the second book is peril andra and the third book is that hideous strength. That's the ransom trilogy, but talk about the general plot. What is this about? Why is it called the ransom trilogy? Yes. So I think the first book, Lewis intended, I think, at the beginning to actually only write a single book. This happened frequently for him, where he would kind of get sidetracked, and it would turn into turned into something bigger than he may be initially intended it to. And I would argue that the first book is almost a kind of a there and back again, almost like The Hobbit story. We have our main character who inadvertently stumbles upon these men who are trying to abduct a boy to take into Mars to sacrifice him to the Martians. So they think the natives require sacrifice. And so they're trying to abduct this boy. He intervenes. He ends up getting kidnapped in the boy's place. And so he ends up taking to Mars and their spaceship and basically the rest of the book is him trying to find his way and figure out how to get back. Okay, this is the first in the book called out of the silent book out of the silence. When ransom who's appropriately named because he's a type of Christ and also he goes in the place of the boy who these evil characters are trying to kidnap to take to Mars as a sacrifice or whatever. So that's the first book. And that was written what? 39. When was that written? I believe so I am really, really bad at memorizing dates. So I believe it was round end of end of yes, so 39 sounds right. Might have been 40 right around there. And in a funny way, I mean, this is at the beginning of science fiction. I mean, Lewis, you know, there was some science fiction H.G. Wells or whatever. But Lewis is writing its fantasy, it's a kind of science fiction, but it's more than that. It's very literary. And so
At Least 51 Migrants Found Dead in Trailer Truck in Texas
"You're not supposed to open up a truck and see stacks of bodies in there Said chief William McManus At a press conference Stacks of bodies 51 migrants died The back of a tractor trailer in San Antonio and there were others in there who have been taken to a hospital They were suffocating in there Who were conscience they were found weak and they would have died as well And they were hot to the touch said the fire chief Charles hood suffering from heat related injuries like heat exhaustion And heat stroke This is a mass death There were no signs of water or working air conditioner in the truck 30 said it's not clear how long the group was in the truck before they were found Mix of men and women were farad age
This Is the Clarence Thomas We DON'T Know
"Everybody to see the movie, Michael. I want everybody to read the bookmark. But share if you will a little of the klans Thomas that we don't know. The prior to the hearing, the amazing story of how he grew up, his family, the less than conservative clarence Thomas in college, share a little bit of a history of that the pre famous clans Thomas. Well, as you know, he was born in pinpoint Georgia in 1948. And it's a gullah speaking area. So his English was not his first language. His father left before he could remember, so he was raised by his mother, who then took clarence Thomas and his brother to Savannah, where he suffered dire poverty, hungry, all the time, called in the winter, brought to school, and then left and then he'd walk out and wander the streets of Savannah until his mother brought him to her father, his grandfather to raise, and that justice Thomas life round. And hard work, his grandfather said, the damn vacation is over. Two boys thought, what vacation? And it was work all the time. They went to school. They went home and they worked on the Catholic school, right? That's right. He was Catholic or very unusual thing for black men in those days, and he sent them to a parochial school. Remember, it's the segregated south. It was all black, but run by these Irish nuns that continue to give them discipline hard work, a rigorous curriculum. And he thrived, and wanted to be a priest, which a lot of people do not know. And enrolled in the seminary. Only one of two or the only black seminaries. Right. He was integrating what were formerly all white seminaries. And he would have been one of the first black priests in Savannah. But it was the late 60s, and he experienced racism there. And as you reached a peak, perhaps when he was watching Martin Luther when Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and one of the seminary and says, I hope that SOB dies. And then something snapped. Something snapped, and he became a black radical, as you say, less than less than a conservative. He said, the more radical the better, describes themselves as an angry black man. And he went to holy cross where he got a full scholarship. His grandfather kicked him out of the house when he lost his vocation. And he went through this radical period. And we
Sebastian Welcomes the Co-Authors of the New Book 'Created Equal'
"And we are so delighted to have in studio. The makers of a film that we have the poster of in our offices that we discussed when it came out. And now the co author of the book that celebrates that movie and that man, of course he is the great associate justice clarence Thomas, and the book is his life story created equal and we have in studio with us the filmmaker, the co author Michael pack and Mark pauletta. Welcome to America first. Thank you. Thanks for having us. Let's just have a reaction to last week's news. I can't stop smiling since then. It's like a rictus grin. It's involuntary. I think the left totally miscalculated with that leak. As we had Kevin Roberts in studio on Friday is constitutional experts have said to me, perhaps the most important decision of the courts history. Michael. Absolutely. I think you were right, sab to put the emphasis on preserving the constitution. I mean, these things are not about whether abortion is good or bad. It's about whether there's a constitutional right to abortion. If people had to watch their movie, they would have been and now if they read the book, they would not be surprised at clarence Thomas's decision. He's been very consistent. And we call our book created equal because it comes out of his lifelong dedication to the principles of the declaration and the constitution, which those principles underlie. And you see both in the book and the film to come out of his very dramatic life story coming from poverty in the Deep South against many struggles to the highest court in the land, not least of which the opposition of the left, everything he's done, now so it is not surprising that that continues today.
Is the GOP Winning Voters? Or Is the Left Just Losing Them?
"You see, we talked yesterday about the 1 million voters switching to the Republican Party in a warning sign for Democrats. But I do not believe this is because of the brilliance of the Republican Party. I believe this is because of how terrible the left is. Now, the left is terrible for the time being. I've actually think we're going to have a generation of Democrats digging a deeper and deeper hole. Of policies and ideas and a worldview that is deeply unpopular because it runs against nature. You see, we're going to celebrate July 4th coming up actually on Friday. We're going to do our July 4th show in anticipation of July 4th next week because we're taking off an Independence Day. And when we do our July 4th show on Friday as we talk about the Continental Congress and we talk about what exactly was being debated when the declaration was being written, primarily by Thomas Jefferson, there's this beautiful line about the laws of nature and nature's God. We talk about that a lot on this program. So nature comes from the Latin word, which means birth comes out of the earth. Things that do not change. You see, inherent in being a conservative is you believe there is a certain natural law. You believe there's laws of economics, you believe that there's laws of thermodynamics. There's laws of physics. There's laws of politics and there's laws of nature. And so a conservative generally recognizes that men can not become pregnant. Generally recognizes that life is sacred. And so you kind of live within the framework of what we would call reality.
Hillary Clinton's Own History of 'Resentment, Grievance, Anger'
"Now, this is sort of rich, considering Hillary Clinton has a pretty long history of being resentful and angry and full of grievance. Number 5. I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided to do was to fulfill my profession, which I entered before my husband was in public life. You know, I'm not sitting here, some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette. I'm sitting here because I love him and I respect him and I honor what he's been through and what we've been through together. And you know, if that's not enough for people, then heck. Don't vote for him. Wait, by the way, did you hear the accent? This woman is phony as a $3 Bill. Phony. Why? I just love bail and I just love cooking fried chicken and working in the kitchen. And now she's like, stand by my man. I'm not gonna do that. Really, come on, Hillary. All right, cut number 11. The great story here for anybody willing to find it and write about it and explain it. Is this vast right-wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president. And we all remember what happened during the Benghazi hearings. With all due respect, the fact is we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they'd go kill some Americans? What difference at this point does it make? It is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, senator. What happened to miss hill is accent.
Gianno Caldwell: We Have to Uncuff the Police
"Named Gianna Caldwell. Gianna Caldwell is a Fox News regular. I see him on social media on Fox News a lot. Young black conservative who suffered the unimaginable this week when his little brother was murdered in Chicago and as painful as it had to be as difficult as it had to be. This strong courageous young man gianno Caldwell felt a need to appear on national television last night. I come here tonight as it, a man who feels shattered. My baby brother, Kristen, who just turned 18 this year is no longer with me. He. Was a good kid. And certainly knowing that living in Chicago seemingly comes with a price these days, but I would never have intended or rather expected that it would come with a death sentence for my baby brother. Black bodies are being littered in the streets of Chicago. And it's not just impacting African Americans here, is impacting everyone. You can't go downtown Chicago. Now without looking around your shoulder, you may be shot there. The truth of the matter is we need to uncuff the police and that's what's happened. The policies, the software crime policies that have been pushed by many of the elected officials here are only causing more crime. They've only bared dead fruit. And now my family is paying the price.
Hinckley says he's sorry for shooting that wounded Reagan
"The man who shot and wounded president Ronald Reagan in 1981 has made a public apology I'm Ben Thomas with details John hinckley junior says he doesn't remember and doesn't want to remember the emotions he was feeling when he fired the shots that wounded president Reagan paralyzed his press secretary James Brady and also wounded a police officer and a Secret Service agent Ben 25 hinckley was suffering from acute psychosis when he undertook the assassination attempt Appearing on CBS mornings his first TV interview since his release from court supervision hinckley says he does feel remorse for all the lives his actions affected He says he realizes those people probably can't forgive him now but he still wants them to know he's sorry I'm Ben Thomas
Heckler charged after confronting Rudy Giuliani
"Dueling accounts of what happened when a Staten Island man slapped Rudy Giuliani on the back Sunday which led to more than 24 hours in jail for that man It happened at a ShopRite supermarket where Giuliani was campaigning for his son who's running for governor Daniel gill's lawyer says the worker tapped Rudy Giuliani on the back to get his attention Security camera video shows the former mayor barely reacting Giuliani said in a Facebook news conference it was more violent I got hit on the bag as if a boulder hit me it knocked me forward step or two He also says the man cursed at him over abortion rights You two women in the importance of his women Gil was arraigned on third degree assault charges and released without bail Julie Walker New York
The Massive Lie Living Over Our Society Right Now
"There is a massive lie that is living over our society right now. And the lie is somehow that children teenagers need to have sexual reassignment surgery or puberty blockers. Now, most of the sexual reassignment surgery in puberty blockers is administered to young girls. Why? We talked about this last evening with Steve smotherman at his church legacy church, young girls in particular, more likely to succumb to peer pressure, and also they're more likely to voice and also, let's say, communicate anxiety when it comes to puberty. It's a clinical fact. And the TikTok social contagion, which again, I've said for quite some time, TikTok is a virus on society, and that no parent should allow their kid to first have a smartphone until they're 18, but I've lost that battle and that's fine. Parents disagree parents want their kids to have smartphones. I think they're terrible, but okay. But then at the very least, don't allow to have TikTok on your kids phone. There is no argument for that period. And so this kind of idea of transitioning and changing your gender has become glamorized and popularized. And as beautifully articulated in Matt Walsh's movie, what is a woman? A lot of young girls when they're 1213 or 14, they're going through body changes, hormones are ranging, raging, they're feeling things that are felt before, and therefore they think incorrectly that they might actually be a man when in fact they are a girl becoming a woman. And this is not just some sort of isolated phenomenon. This is a widespread social contagion.
Women, Men, and Sex Deprivation
"It's hard for me to imagine, but should somebody some male? Being involved with a woman who has in fact bought this hilarious idea of depriving their significant other. From sex, depriving of not from. Depriving their significant other of sex because of roe V wade, you are a very, very lucky man if you are not married to her and this is just a significant other. You have been told in truly certain terms that you are dating an idiot. And you might want to look elsewhere. You should thank her for enabling you to understand what a fool she is, what a dummy. Before you ever got married. Now, if God forbid, you're married to a woman who says I won't have sex with you because of roe V wade. I never tell people, well, I can't say never, but virtually never tell people to divorce. I can only say that my heart goes out to you. But it's hard for me to believe that there is a couple that has a good marriage. In which a woman has actually bought this line. The women who seem to be threatening it, I suspect are single. Here's one, let's see.
Feminists Threaten to Withhold Sex After Roe Decision
"I think the story of the weekend, it is related to roe V wade, but it is not that the roe V wade decision is such it is the threat by various feminists on the Internet to withhold sex from their. Significant other or for that matter, any insignificant other. That's a good one. You should ask that your daughter at college. Did you ever hook up with a significant other? Or an insignificant other? I like that. SL or Io. Anyway, or even husband. Until roe V wade is once again the law of the land. The reason I think it is the story of the weekend is that it reveals a great deal about an aspect of feminism, well, more than an aspect, but in this case an aspect. Of the profound irrationality at the heart of feminist proclamations. Are you familiar with any threat on the part of men after all, it goes back to ancient Greece, threatening men with deprivation of sex. Are you familiar in the history of the world? Of the earth, with its intelligent population, that is the homo sapien. Of men ever threatening withholding sex.
Lila Rose: 80% of Americans Want Abortion Restrictions
"Yeah so what happened in 1973 is 7 men on the Supreme Court decided abortion law for the entire country And the abortion law was this that there would be no restrictions or limits on abortion I mean which is completely out of touch with 80% of Americans 80% of Americans stand want abortion restrictions They want limitations on abortion And most Americans want what Mississippi's law was a 15 week abortion ban that was had to go to the Supreme Court because they said well roe V wade and KCB plank parenthood are preventing you guys for banning abortion at 15 weeks So this is a big lie that the media is touting an abortion activist they're touting that somehow this is anti democratic In fact it has turned it turning it it's turning it over to democracy now to decide And vote state by state Do I think that's the right response I think actually the Supreme Court didn't go far enough The Supreme Court undid the irrational unjust logic of the Supreme Court in 1973 but now they're basically washing their hands of the blood of children and saying well you guys figure it out state by state And listen the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution is very clear It says that no state shall deprive anyone of their life and then without due process You states have to provide equal protection It says for all people in the state And for a child to be deprived their right to live in California because they're so leftist that's so pro abortion That child had a right to live And our constitution is very clear on that I think under the Fourteenth Amendment and many other legal scholars So I'm hopeful that it's a future we're going to see that completely legal protection But now we got to work it out state by state
Supreme Court Says School Coach Can Pray on Field
"And they're gonna get even angrier over the decision involving the praying high school coach. Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. This just end more great news. The Supreme Court handed another victory for our side. You know, the former Washington high school football coach who was fired over taking 15 seconds and taking a knee and praying after football games and the issue was whether a public school employee praying alone, not bothering anybody, was engaging in unprotected government speech well, guess what? The Supreme Court has sided with the coach. Joe Kennedy just got a huge victory, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the coach, the Supreme Court ruled that there is no problem under the First Amendment's establishment clause. Man, it has just been a terrible few days. For the radical left, isn't it?
Andrew Giuliani invokes famous dad in bid for NY governor
"Rudy Giuliani gets slapped on the back at a Staten Island grocery store while campaigning for his son yesterday who's running for governor in New York now a worker there is facing charges Police are charging 39 year old Daniel gill with assault in surveillance video the ShopRite worker is seen passing Giuliani and giving him a smack on the back You did not knock me down But it hurt tremendously The former mayor says Gil then shouted at him and appeared to be upset about the Supreme Court ruling on abortion the tap wasn't hard enough to injure Giuliani but says he called police and asked to have the man arrested because this idea that you attacked people because it might in my case I'm pro life Someone answering the phone at a number related to Gil's address said no comment when asked about the incident Julie Walker New York
Mark Fleischman Plans to Die by Assisted Suicide
"I thought a lot about mock fleischman the other day because he's going to die soon. He's 80 years old. Actually he's going to die on July 13th. In Germany, but his wife of 27 years by his side. Some years after he stepped away from the insanity of owning nightclubs and restaurants, fleischmann understandably stepped away from the limelight that was the majority of his life. The last time I saw him was a little over two years ago. He invited me to a party that was throwing for the launch of his Studio 54 book. Is that some small joint in Beverly Hills? And the crowd was a mix of The Old Guard and the new. There was some New York City journalist dad too, namely my former nemesis at page 6, Richard Johnson. Fleischmann writing a book about Studio 54 was a good enough reason to get Johnson on a plane and out in LA to hang out. I said, the old man looks good. He said he sure does. Must been that good cocaine in the 80s and we both left. So smart fleshman came by and we posed for a picture. I wish I still have it somewhere. I got to find it. But he thanked both of us for helping keep the club and him and the column for years. It was a nice affair all in all, but I could tell this was one last gasp tomorrow. Like I said, I was closing in on 80. And so here we are. A couple three weeks away from July 13th. The day the music died from on fleischmann. And that's because several years ago, he became afflicted with a mysterious illness that would make him extremely dizzy at times. To his legs, sometimes flat out failing right beneath him. And over time, that illness could not be diagnosed by doctors and became worse and worse and more frightening by the day. As it is now Mark doesn't have any balance. He drops things and doesn't know where his body is in space. There was a time where a doctor is the very best doctor, by the way. Originally thought he had a form of Parkinson's, but it isn't that. Nobody knows what this is. He's suffering from. Once he heard that Mark knew what he had to do. One time he swallowed a bunch of Xanax, but doctors brought him back before he could overdose. When he was going to go buy a gun, his wife, Mimi, intercepted, and they had a long talk. Mark convinced her that he'd had a great life that he loves and now more than anything, but now what this mystery illness running his life, he said, it's time for me to say goodbye. Eventually, with his wife's support, they contacted a Swiss nonprofit group poll after multiple tests and psychiatric evaluations, it was obvious to see that Mark fleischman, a man who pumped so much life into New York City was now a candidate for assisted
Women Threaten to Go on Sex Strike
"In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling to turn back roe V wade, I'm sure this topic has been raging in your house and by the way, just in time for the holiday weekend. That barbecue is going to be a lot more fun when you and your friends and family discussed roe V wade I had a couple of terse back and forths with women who are on my Facebook page. And I guess they seem to believe that denying their husbands or boyfriends sex at home is going to help to solve this moral judgment, you've seen the hashtag right about denying sex to people you love, not to those women I say your husband had no say in what the Supreme Court of the United States decided upon. And to those men I say, if you're in a home where your wife is denying you sex, then leave. Just go. Now, because somebody's faucet is always on.
Sean 'Diddy' Combs receives lifetime honor at BET Awards
"The BET awards were held last night in Los Angeles and a lot of attention was given to last week's Supreme Court ruling on abortion I'm about to get into my feelings How you feeling At times the BET awards ceremony seemed more like a protest rally against the high court's ruling Lance week to take away most abortion rights opening the show Taraji P. Henson denounced the ruling saying it was sad that guns have more rights than a woman these days before the show she described the ruling as Disgusting How dare you tell us what to do with our bodies And as any mane And it's a dark day in America And she wasn't the only one Janelle monae used both the profane word and a profane gesture toward the court for its ruling after she presented the award for best female R&B pop singer The winner Jasmine Sullivan also criticized the decision she called on men to join women in the fight to restore abortion rights noting that men are often the ones who benefit from a woman's decision to end a pregnancy I'm Oscar wells
"manning" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Here's here's a list of people they've had just in the course of our lifetime. Working into booth on the sideline trying to generate interest from people. That is sort of ancillary to the game oj. Simpson dan dear door boomer. Esiason joe ties tasman. Dan fouts dennis miller. Tony kornheiser booger mcfarland jason witten. They had limb swan in eric. Dickerson on the sideline i love your dickerson. Yeah like yeah i mean look i loved dickerson. Like he's a texan great but he was really bad on tv. But so this at this at the end of the day like i do think it's kinda cool that like you use the term narrowcasting that you can sort of select your viewing experience in some ways and i hope that that is always an option for people but i think at the end of the game isn't good then it really doesn't matter like the people are tuning for game not to hear people talk about a game. I disagree with you a little bit. I do think that people tune in to hear what people say about games. Otherwise people wouldn't watch stephen a smith and and wouldn't turn into these legs in casts. But this is my numbers. Josh i think kevin draper in his new york times story about this noted that fourteen and a half million people watched the normal monday night. Football telecast of the ravens raiders game and eight hundred thousand people. Watch the manning cast. That's like five percent of the audience but that's not what matters to espn. Espn has all of these outlets. They have streaming channels. They have multiple over the over cable. Channels it's the same with nickelodeon and cbs doing that. The telecasts aimed at kids last year. With slime you know blowing up all over the screen this is a way for networks to test and try as we as audiences break up for television to try to aggregate fans on different platforms and have a collective bigger number. I mean i think it's narrowcasting in one sense. I mean literally in terms of being so much smaller. And i think you're also selecting for the kind of people who talk about the game on twitter. Who just want to be having the different kind of experience but also it's like the opposite of a narrow cast in that. Yeah they're talking about The kind of xs knows but sometimes it's also they're not talking about football at all and i think it's in some ways a hedge against badge bad games where and i don't know if this will prove out but are you more likely to want to listen to ally and pay and charles barkley or louis riddick and steve levy and brian greasy during a blowout I think probably the former. And as far as the business side of this goes for the manning's You know espn and bin laden for years and other networks have been trying to woo him for years and this is a way for him to have some show that's controlled by his production company. Where it doesn't have to leave his house. It's fairly kush gig for that guy. And i think you know as far as espn is concerned. I i guess they just wanted to figure out any possible way to get him through the door and it is funny how we're just talking about. La like he's basically dare straight man if people really were that interested in the manning's peyton manning what are the ratings for peyton place. There were on espn. Have you ever watched that. You all like peyton manning so much following around on the internet and get his commentary on thing. That's espn plus the thing. That's designed to appeal to. I think that is a narrowcast where you're trying to get the people who had paid a subscribe like beef up your your memberships. I don't think that people would be paid a watch. Romo's places joel but he is an incredibly valuable but again highly compensated announcer for cbs. I just i you know. I think we talk a lot about announcing in sports media in cut in coverage of these games is if it really matters. And i i know that maybe this is just a fundamental difference but never and i don't want to like you know extrapolate from my particular experience of the people i know or whatever but like not once in my life if i ever heard somebody say hey manda eagles into washington football team playing tonight and also we might get a chance to hear peyton manning. Tony romo like that. Just is not a thing that happens at the end of the day. The game is what matters. And i do i do admire. Espn for diversifying the broadcast and trying something different. You know trying to appeal to people in all sorts of ways. I think that that is the value of having these other channels. You could try different stuff. See what sticks. But i also think that it's sort of like it's testing for like the main event is going to be like. I think that if they could get peyton manning to be in the booth they would prefer to have him over there inserted in a warehouse in denver talking to his brother. I think at the end of the day. They want him on the main broadcast. Because that's where the audience is. People want to see the game and hear him talk about the game. I just you know. I'm sure it's cool. Have re lewis call in and they talk about with. Greg roman ate for breakfast once. But i just think that there's a limit to that and Well i mean..
"manning" Discussed on Channel 33
"My life is not going to change depending on the ravens of the raiders. Outcome here today and so it's a little more casual and so i'd say maybe the bigger the game the less works. You know maybe were what we have less. We give less slack. If there's just some random anecdote that goes for two minutes when when it's this type of game So that's one thing to watch but again like i'd rather i'd rather tv take those chances and and be entertaining and failed a little bit and figure out what works excited than doing what they've they've on. Relegating this stuff to too over the top. Or whatever. Yeah experimentation is always a good thing and i'm and i'm with you like i'm i am really very much a play by play announcer person because at some point when i'm watching the alternate ones. I'm always like what's happening. i don't understand. I can't hear the crowd which is really cool. Element of watching football on television especially college football in television. I just need somebody kind of setting it up for me. Allies an ipad reminding me of this is actually a step in the wrong direction. Oh yeah he was he was he was diagramming a minute ago he digressing again or is he just yeah. He's just a kid when what's going on here. He i liked tros. Chelsea's been on a long time. By the way yeah. He says three freeman booth now. Gaza sitting sitting in front of some very interesting plants and a very very shaggy. Throw that on. it is I like i love announcers because they give you context when the one time the networks tried to announce his game. Nobody had any idea what was going on. Because you know. I'm a much more basic football fan. The new and a very helpful to every minute and a half. Somebody says here is what is happening in the game. Here are the sticks there. But the one thing i'd say about tonight is i thought they did as good a job as i've ever seen on a non traditional broadcast of actually setting that up there in times they got away from a little bit with the guests or not but i knew what was happening in the game. I knew how the quarterbacks are playing. They did a lot of manning jokes gives. It was very very good at travis. Kelsey for the summer oral. Ooh ooh i in ten. He's not a lot of room. Therefore was there kennedy. Counterpuncher to peyton. And eli you bring up sixty years to sixty years in the booth you you you bring up the guest. This is what happens bill. Our boss this all. The time to three man booth is always problematic. Almost always problematic so we went from two and then we went to three. And it's not as good. I want to ask you this as a football guy and a quarterback whisper who are the other people if we agree that yeah peyton and eli are kind of on their own. Tear their own player. Who other quarterbacks or other players you could see succeeding in this kind of environment even guys. Yeah playing now okay. So that's a great question. So i think there's a level of confidence that you need Peyton manning has it to talk to turn and that was always the thing that was the tantalizing possibility of jay cutler. Although i think cutler is kind of cycle out of this whole media world That that he would go out there and to start guns ablaze and not. Even you know tony romo is great at it. But i don't even know if tony romo goes out of his way to to rip people may the way that manning is reacting naturally derek carr and some of his mistakes is is really fun to watch. I don't i don't think he means to be mean but it just important and it of what we're troy aikman done the last couple of years where she just hates guys. He's just didn't care if he just can't he can get handled. He's my shortlist. If i'm what i wanna executives get their pencils out we're whiteboard. I already gave them already. Gave executives robert griffin the third. That's been noted Philip rivers would be would be.
"manning" Discussed on Channel 33
"They abandoned that pretty quickly and figure it out. Maybe they ran a bits But they wanna stay settled in. They were just talking about football. And even with charles barkley. There were doing football stuff at a couple of hoops questions. Stuff like that. But i would say that you know. Once once payton got into array the brain pressure mode or getting angry being offended at at durres cars bad play. That's what i thought. It really took off if they keep the football the centerpiece of this show. I told that's what they know best. It's not like some stretch for them But they're also gonna be funny and engaging back the travis chelsea's on right now is a lot better than if you remember the monday night. Football years where they had like christian slater in the booth. Yeah it was. You don't didn't need that. We need more travis kelsen absolutely. You realized immediately. Well why peyton manning has been the number one prospect for every single networks for years. Now he's really good at talking about football allies also really good at talking about football. I think the big surprise for me from jumped tonight was at paint was really good at kind of doing play by play. In addition to being the analysts like it was very big brother. Little brother where he's like. No no. I got this. I'm i'm right. I'm gonna i'm gonna let you come in ray them and i'll let you come in a little bit of that. Podcast vibe where you're the listener and you're like why is it that one podcast host leading the other host talk and on. He was fired up. He was going but he was really good at talking about what was happening on the screen. Like setting it up like this happen and then let me tell you why this happened. He was doing both jobs next. Episode peyton is going to do a fifteen minute mark merrin style monologue dobrev game for the first four. Payton is bringing you that is. That's what's happening today. It felt and then i felt like seventy who tweeted at me. They're like peyton cannot be discharged up for three hours right. Thank you just get ahead dob. Both they're both great. I'm glad i think the host of this show. Obviously there are a lot of amazing candidates. I'm actually glad that just a free flowing conversation between those two and bringing the third i would. I would as much as i'm enjoying this. I'd watch the guests. We don't need to overbook the guests here. The best part of it is eli and peyton watching.
"manning" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Scene jason's can be diving in to the chicago scene. Justin fields sacco dean. The white sox playoff run. You name it. He's really talented. You heard it last week Very excited for that one and we launched a ringer gambling. Show so member worn sharpen house. They're out on sunday. That podcast is moving off the ringer. Nfl feed along with the The other sharp podcast. He was doing with chris vernon and we're adding a new. Podcast was sharp and ben sollac who. He just signed to the ringer a few weeks ago. That's could be monday. Wednesday friday hardcore gambling stuff Sharply all three of those pods and then on friday. Listen to house is terrible. Picks and go against them so that has happened as well. You can rate now. You can subscribe on spotify for free. You can sign up on apple. Saint thing And you can get it in time for when the feed launches next week the chicago feds not launching At least for another week. So i will give you a heads up when that's going then. The third thing to watch out for him friday. We're locking third. Feed this one. I already told you about this with our l. hassani and Some of the stuff he's doing and a few other things going to be on there. You may see check minute on. Pc carol they're talking mma. It's called ringer fight night. And we're going to be doing these green rooms with arial and chuck and peachy before and after giant m. a. events. Almost always you have see but we're gonna be doing it this weekend. They're gonna be green on friday for the way ends and then right after the card on saturday night in green room and you can go in. You can interact with them. As soon as it's over we flip it. An old podcast. We put it right on the ringer fight night feeds so that one. I think that feed goes live on friday. If you're listening to this so you can Follow it on spotify followed on apple jump on every time we have new pot in that feed. That's where it'd be. Arial might have some breaking news stuff over the course of the year too that he puts up on there and then anytime. There's a box of match that we care about. We wrote kevin clark and doing some some boxing stuff as well. Unfortunately there's been less boxing Stuff that we've cared about these days but anytime that happens. Kenneth clarke is ready with some guests. I might even pop on that pod adverse. Well so check it out fight night and that's it so we got the full. Go chicago ringer gambling show. Nfl for now. We're gonna add some to that and then finally last piece Ring fight night so three for you heading into this wonderful wonderful wonderful buses. And don't forget about the ringer dot com of our fantasy football draft guide which is awesome the fantasy football podcast as well. I went on that fantasy football podcast and did my twelve guys that i broke up with. So that's on there. If you wanna listen to it. I also went on ryen. Russillo podcast On thursday today. Because i wanted to talk about. Ben simmons i knew i had this podcast stack because coming up peyton manning and then danny kellyanne meaning comes together talking about the upcoming season so i knew i was doing all football but i really wanna talk about ben simmons so i invited myself on russillo and you want to hear us talk about. Ben simmons to the ryen russillo podcast. You can hear that all right. That's enough for play coming up peyton manning and then danny kelly me and i are friends. Ironically cause to seattle gets this podcast from birth peyton manning. He's here took a super bowl from me january. Two thousand seven We had i think a twenty point lead came.
"manning" Discussed on First Take
"Code take to receive your first month. Free expresses all new and made to express you from the stretches teams in the game to confidence. Boosting suits that. Feel like sweats. Discover new arrivals express. Shopping express dot com or in stores. That's the two thousand twenty. One induction class wants to thank those previous inductees who gave winded acceptance speeches forcing us. To have a whopping six minutes to recap our football careers. I wanna give special. Thanks to my old rival. Ray lewis for being here tonight ray. Just finished giving his speech that he started in two thousand eighteen. Speaking arrivals my good friend. Tom brady is here tonight by the time. He is inducted by the time. Tom brady's inducted in his first year of eligibility in the year. Two thousand thirty five to only have time to post his acceptance speech on his instagram account. Hand manning is the best and he's legit funny as entertaining as ever during that hall of fame speech and what i loved about it. Is you had the dichotomy of the tears and the laughter would expect nothing else. What stood out to you the most men in of course i mean. Obviously mega tron gave gave his speech and it was really really nice I love seeing jimmy johnson up. They're reminded me of how shamefully is that he still lives in ann. Dallas cowboys ring of honor. As yet he was in a hall of fame. I of course. Cnn motions from charles woodson serenading. His mother was very very touching but in the end. Peyton manning's peyton manning. And i've never gotten overseeing him on saturday night. Live talk about five votes coming. Five hilarious was hysterical. You know trying to jack the car and stuff like that. It was hysterical. Really a paint man is really really funny and even though there was some emotions obviously when he was talking about his dad because When you think about a father that's what you that that's what really touches your heart strains when you see the sons and archie manning's relationship with his children and how he raised them and how they're such class massana fide. They really truly the first family of football and tom brady to be in attendance. That was incredibly classing touching on his part. But in the end would peyton manning. That's the beauty of him. You expect knowledge. You expect seriousness. You expect a lot of quality elements. Also you expect a lot of humor. He always makes you smile. He always makes you laugh and he is just a star in his own right on so many levels and it was really really good to see him inducted. When peyton manning was done giving a speech on the way everyone. I think watches tv. Nowadays you're on social media as you're doing it in your social media exploded and everyone was saying the same thing i was thinking. That's a future. Nfl commissioner and part of the reason. Is stephen eight. Peyton manning has command. He knows how to command an audience. He has command as a performer. And i think a lot of what people responded to positively people were acting like it was so brilliantly written at the end to me to tell you the truth that was tortured metaphor. It lacked the motion at the end to me. And i didn't find it particularly artful at the end and it was riddled with cliches. But that's kind of what you want a commission you want a commissioner should be able to command. The audience should be smart and and should know how to give you a good feeling without sometimes saying too much that goes out of out of the parameters of cliche. Compare that to charles woodson. I didn't think what i watch woodson. I think oh boy. There's the future nfl commissioner. But that was the most moving speech to me. You mentioned it started out with his mother and but the execution throughout that speech precisely because it seems so heartfelt the way he had everyone stand up and give credit to everyone who helped get him there. I thought there wasn't a false note. In charles woodson speech. It was totally authentic. I thought it was full of emotion. And that's the one. I'm going to remember but i do think i agree with people who watch peyton. Manning said that guy could be commissioner one day and almost stephen felt to me like an audition for the role. Eventually guys get something else in here with the manning family so pay not the only manning to thrive over the weekend. His brother eli tweeting. This pain is not the only manning to win an award today. Abby an i we won the consolation bracket of the be league mixed doubles tennis. This day just became even more special for the manning family. Don't tell pay. I don't wanna take anything. Fake laugh at stuff honestly. I'm telling everyone because we're on tv. And i wanna be nice especially with you. But that was funny. You have to love the manning's max do think eli will be the next one inducted into the hall of fame just loved the shades. Stephen sometimes you guys fake laughed. Be nice eli funny laughing right now a gentleman but yes you is going to be. I don't know if. I ballad. But stephen a he was an iron man he played in a place. That's not easy to put up numbers and his numbers. Don't look great. He was an iron man who won two superbowl. Mvp's who is. By the way. I i keep bringing this up fivethirtyeight this thing a study. Who's the most clutch quarterback back of all time. He li- by so much redid their methodology. They said no one's this much better than everyone else in the clutch and this time it was much closer. Joe montana second manning i if you are arguably the most clutch quarterback who ever lived you have to super bowl. Mvp's and you're an iron man. You're in the hall of fame you probably right max Just as long as you're not saying he's first ballot which you said. He's not first ballad. You've got a five hundred one seventeen. One seventeen led the league in the centers on three separate occasions. Your career completed percentages at sixty percent of those are not hall of fame numbers. But you are two two thousand two times champion your to thompson. Vol- mvp and you did deliver in the clutch. And i think when you take that into consideration along the fact that your last name is manning. It certainly doesn't hurt. Definitely i definitely see that. And as as it pertains to tamale faking laugh. You might do that with you. But she's always looking at me like crazy. He's laughing at me. She's just looking at me like oh my what is if you've been there asked to laugh even looks at me like what's wrong with stephen. That's what she says. So it's good again this year. So said i can never win with men. 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"manning" Discussed on First Take
"Of motivated. No one's going to be more motivated than aaron rodgers right. This is why they're going to have a hard time. You bring up the rams and we know why stafford the defense building. Aaron rodgers after everything. That just happened to the fact that he got the ball out of his hands last year. Aaron rodgers but no one took the ball out of his hands with the game on the line and handed it to tom. Brady like an every year. Rogers is getting closer with leflore right. He's looking better. The team is getting a little closer. It's on in the nfc. what's going on. everybody. I'm only care rose and you're listening to the first league podcast with room. You can buy a car entirely online. Have it delivered straight to. You never have to go to a dealership again. Instead of going to a dealership you can buy a car from home apart or even as you listen to this. Podcast literally anywhere else with room. You can browse thousands of cars in one place. You don't have to spend your weekend driving to a million different dealerships and when you shop on broome dot com. You never have to hagler negotiate with pushy salesmen. When you sell your car in broome you get a price instantly. You don't have to waste time at a dealership anymore. Room is entirely online so next time you need to buy a car. Just grab your phone. Go to dot com and check out. Thousands of great cars have a great day. Jalen hurts continues to try to win the starting job for the eagles. But our own tim. Mcmanus said that second year quarterback struggle this weekend. Noting saturday wasn't as best as here's.
"manning" Discussed on First Take
"There. You give him four years. I can get it okay. That that's fair but that that requires trust. And what i'm saying to you. Is that when you're in court wildlands position. I personally believe you have an obligation to be more than just a great player. You gotta be a leader. You gotta be the face of a franchise. If lebron james pulled up portion of the stuff that violated his pull. Do you never hear all over him. We would crucify him. It's a shame and kendrick perkins was right when he said that it's a shame that collide linnet has flown under the radar and has gotten away with some of the stuff that he's gotten away with in hijacking the clippers organization. But stephen i think part of that is how he lays low you know. He's not on social media doesn't talk much so he can't reminder people's radars you know i just wanna mention one thing guys. He is just thirty still. I mean when we're talking about guys step solar katie's older than i mean. We know the laker. So he's a star. He's a superstar talent. The talent and a champion. I'm just talking about when you talk about building a culture long-term you can't have young guys around constantly seeing that stuff you take off when you want you play when you want in all of this other stuff. That's not a good thing to build around. Hey i'm really care. Rose and you're listening to the first take podcast. Brook ball is almost here. In draftkings the official daily fantasy partner of the nfl is giving you a shot to turn big plays into even bigger prizes. Introducing new instant win challenge from draftkings wildcards. Download the draftkings that now to claim your first wild card for free. There's up to fifty million dollars worth of prizes up for grabs with one and four winning instantly. It's easy download the app to claim your first wild car which will reveal either weekly player challenges or instant win prizes. Like tickets to the super bowl. One in four went instantly. 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What is a few things that could stop the bucks. A lot of people think kansas city. I would say long before that. I think you've got the los angeles rams like we've talked about with matthew staff and now is their quarterback With some of the requisite weapons that they have and and robin woods and kupa cup in those boys are not lost cam acres That was a that was a loss but They had another running back here that rest for over six hundred yards. And you've got that and they've got one of the best defences the entire national football league in an absolute stud aaron donald so i think the combination of all of those leaves them is incredibly formidable. We can't forget. The green bay packers. Because rogers can't make all of this noise being that bad man he is. He can't make all of this noise in the off season and then come in and wet the bed disease it because i think it would validate everything that the green bay packers hinted at when they drafted jordan love. So yeah he kind of you know napalm net nonsense by going out there and putting forth an mvp season but now the this off season the and so he's going to be just as motivated as he wasn't a pass because he's got to show that he didn't make all of this noise for nothing he can't attach any validity to what green bay tried to put out about him about his days being numbered. So i think we gotta pay attention to green bay. I think we've got to pay attention to obviously los angeles. I can't sniff at san francisco. Because i think the defense is going to be back on track. And whether this jimmy garoppolo or trade nance i think they'll be in the mix and of course russell wilson seattle so agassi all of those things being a potential impediment to tampa bay success. Even though i clearly have tampa bay is favorites to come out of the nfc. I think look are the packers and and sure the rams are they threats to the bucks. Absolutely they are but if you ask me what's the thing that can stop the box. I got to choose one. I'm going to take the kansas city chiefs boring right. That's what everyone would say the chiefs. But i'm going to do it. The most spectacular player in the super bowl last year meeting the guy you'll remember his actual plays from that super bowl. Was the losing quarterback. Who's the guy mystically didn't look like the guy who is running for his life on every play. Remember both tackles were missing both three offensive. Linemen started we're gone as a result he was facing patrick. Mahomes more pressure on each snap than any player in the super bowl ever live pressured on a higher percentage of snaps than anyone ever and of course they only had to bring enough to bring any extra guys and so no one was ever open and yet the home doing super human thing what he was doing now the chiefs through in the austin patrick mahomes have to go round waving around. You better get offense line. No tape brought in orlando brown. Who's an elite left tackle. They shot signed jo. Tony who is an elite left guard. They brought in blyth from the rams stephen as from your rams who's competing among some other candidates to play at center remers still on the right. They'd completely revamped their offensive line at the highest possible level. The chiefs are the ones who pose the biggest threat because they have patrick mahomes who has a great offensive line on paper now and an embarrassment of riches in.
"manning" Discussed on First Take
"Let's catch up on what's been a busy. Nba offseason the lakers traded for former mvp russell. Westbrook loaded la. Now has four of the top eight active players in career points per game. What lebron ad russ in mellow steph. Curry agreed to a four year. Two hundred fifteen million dollars extension with the warriors last season curry joined michael jordan as the only players aged thirty three older to win the scoring title fresh off caring team. Usa throughout the olympics and winning his third gold medal. Kevin durant signed a four year. One hundred and nine hundred million dollars extension with the brooklyn nets and leonard agreed to re sign with the clippers after opting out of his original contract. Leonard is expected to miss significant time as he recovers from an acl injury. Max kellerman. i know who. I won't be back for some time. But tell me this. Will he win title with the clippers. I think eventually he will. I don't think who is done winning championships. And i think it'll be with the clippers. He's going to sign long-term there. He is still in his prime. He look michael. Jordan ruined a lot of guys in terms of comparisons. Because he came around and once he hit his pray never missed games and once he hit his prime he just won the championship every year and so nowadays a year goes by and you know like koby a first and then lebron or something what happened. You didn't win the championship. Well you weren't supposed to win the championship every year until mj came along and he did it to himself. He told lebron and everything all this pressure on himself but kawais being held to that standard he didn't win the championship again. That's two years even though you choke the first year had a great series choked in the game seven and but but like wasn't available this year because of injury. That's going to happen. He's injury he's gonna miss some seasons he's chunks of seasons. You might miss the playoffs. He's gonna you're gonna have to manage him. Which is going to get on people's nerves and then he's filled may be absent for a time but he has how many more bites at the apple in la. For a steve bomber team. A guy was clearly willing to spend money to make the team. Good paul george is on the team. You have guys like terrence mann ascending young talent team. They just raft jason preston. Who is lame making. Set up your teammates. Type point guard imaginative playmaker. They're hoping that they have lacked recently. Because patrick beverley rondo also didn't do the job. When you have y and paul georgia's you're cornerstones an owner willing to spend money and you're gonna get four five more bites at the apple. I'm gonna go ahead and say that a two-time finals. Mvp at some point is going to get it done again. I'm not going to be stupid. And say that a guy who six seven six eight With his myriad of skills and championship pedigree who just averaged thirty on fifty seven percent shooting in eleven playoff games. Nowhere heli championship. That's just ignorant. I'm not gonna say that what i'll say to you max. Kellerman is that. I have my doubts and i have strong doubts and if several reasons number one i'm on the record i would not give a while a long term contract. I don't blame the clippers if they do. But i wouldn't do it because even though i consider him a top five talent in the game when healthy. He's not a culture builder. He's a guy that dragged grabs his lunch pail and does what he does. And at the end of the day when the buzzer. Sounds when when tip off arrives he shows up for practicing when you want to working out when you want to a plan when you want to and what have you. I just don't think that's a great great thing and from everything that we've been told that's what he does. Nobody said he's a bad guy. Nobody said teammates dislike him or anything like that. I'm not trying to engage in that kind of of of of cynicism. I'm simply saying look at. The game played in the last few years. He hasn't played sixty. He hasn't played more than sixty games. I think the last four years. This man takes tom off any operates his own beat and even though that works for him it compromises everything else. It's similar to what i said. Max if you recall when kyrie irving was talking about. We don't really need a coach. My response was kyri might not. because he's electrifying. He's boxoffice put those other plays. Did an went. Kyri went down and kevin durant was looking for help. It was hard to find because of the lack of experience person on the sideline to make sure all of those dudes around were ready. Not steve national. Learn from that and even better this upcoming. I think it helps that. He's not going to have mike dantonio on the bench with them. Okay but the bottom line is that was a hindrance. When i look at the clippers i think about kawhi leonard and how that hindu i also think about the fact that i'm thinking about lucas donncha and ludovic at six seven game series that they played max thirty one thirty nine forty four forty two twenty nine forty six. Where's the hell of the defensive as leonard to do something about that kind of individual dominate. Because that's what luka was doing them which is why the series went seven games. We gotta pay attention to that. We got pay attention significant competition in the western conference. The only reason why would summarily dismissed. What you're saying max is because i happen to think that tai lue can make an argument that he's the best coach in basketball right right now i am. Because he's that good of a coach and you've got some personnel around him not to mitch. You got over that hump finally get to the conference finals. The drafting that kid on johnson. I like as well. I'm just looking at the los angeles clippers. Do they have a chance. Yes would i bet my money on it. No well in the playoffs. It would be wise to bet your money on kawai letter. Because he's one of the all time great performers. You mentioned tie lou believe he is the best coach basketball. We saw it again. These last playoffs. If you look go back and look at what now look great offensive player. Stephen is going to get his. I don't care who is on. I mean put dennis rodman you know dennis rodman you mean luke luke. I'm saying you can put whoever you want on a great offensive player if they got it. There's not so much that can be done particularly in this. Nba the way. The rules are enforced. So do you believe yes. No kawhi is a great defensive player. I believe he's one of the greatest defensive players ever even if he's not quite what he was a couple of years ago defensively. I'll give you that. He's still a great defensive player. You go back and look at the playoff series like you mentioned thirty thirty points a game on the fifty five fifty eight percent shooting whatever. Here's playoff series. Just going back to two thousand seventeen. This is what he averaged in each series twenty seven thirty to twenty four thirty three twenty nine thirty thirty five twenty eight twenty six twenty four thirty one. He's he's doing it on great shooting and he's doing with defense like you think he's not a culture builder any great teams going to have at least two max contract type guys. Nowadays right can be one of them. Yes he can yes. He'll frequently be the best in the series. You cannot justify not paying him. Like i think year. Here's what i'm trying to say max. I have no problem with hawaii. Mu- lennon's money. I think he deserves every penny. It's the years that i have a problem with him with trump because i i- durability ability as a question mark and i think his level of commitment towards being something more than just a great player plays a role of hit. The not july. Stephen a. on the long term deal because if it was one or two years maybe he doesn't win a chip with them but remember the clippers have never wanted to shake. That's the way he's been.
"manning" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Perhaps they're not quite so different from each other are Explicitly explode later in the novel. Wears a bit more implicit for this young girl. Rudy holds the key to solving alice's murder. And this makes an interesting so detective thrilla. But it's not. There are clues in the story which we're not gonna give away but you have lovely image with a camera the you use which shows how these two forces like life and death like alice and ruby. Come together and it's when you look through the viewfinder and bring the two images together into focus a very powerful image. You've got the ice and so glad that on that resonated with you because it was hot. That was a hard earned metaphor. Because i actually have no skill whatsoever Really kind of understand l. photography through the extraordinary work that they are from radically respect if they that really plays me because it was a bit of work but yet from the perspective of ellison ruby technically they never meet but they are as close as two people can bay by the by the end of the novel through the extraordinary connection of really being the one to to discover ellison's body at that time she has with her before the police arrive when the detective before becomes a story I always imagined it to be just the most intimate and obviously terrifying but There's an intimacy to that ten minutes. They had just the two of them together. But you also have ruby experiencing all living through alice's last moments in her imagination. I think imagination is a good word is up to the raider. And i'm not gonna tell them whether or not some of the things that ruby experiences happen or whether they are actually part of her desire to know. Ls into to understand what happened to her I gently as a writer. Have a mile answers to that. How but if you want to want to expand certain scenes as yeah as metaphors or airs ruby sort of taking over the narrative. That would be okay. we'll jacqueline. It's an intriguing novel. Not the least of which because alice the person who is killed his new writing the story even after this. We have those connections between allison ruby and that whole discussion about life and death and the influence of one on the other but the bookies before you need my nine the author jacqueline move. Let's ended some allen an unreleased jecklin. Thank you very much for talking with me today. David you've just been listening to publish own not on three c..
"manning" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"As what is the death of his mother. And i love the way that you spoke about him. Meeting graham on a blind date court. He arrived carrying the heavyweight of low expectations. But that that partnership worked up. Usually harry is another character and he seems to be the connection in the small close community when islands families are iman bruni island burnt. Don willett. did he suggest arlene and her family leave. Say he knows. Tom and nora and he is aware that tom has moved away to sydney for a time. And the tom's house the mud-brick house which features and is built in. I smoke house. Story is vacant so he suggests it they might be able to move there many years later. It's the daughter of this group. Where does he suggest. The daughter works for nora in the i frame house which sits below the property of the mud-brick house. This story brings us back to smoke house. To and the final chapter court nora wished more fervently than anything some semblance predictability was exhausted by the impossibility of understanding. The ships went from one moment to the next. She's talking about ali. What's happened to it. It's really sad. It's really sad. I didn't set out to write it this way. But this is just inner stories of all of the way they decide to evolve and very sadly for only he develops dementia. You have written about her feelings about it. And you know his inconsistency and everything particularly well did you. Have you researched this dementia or lived at live. I haven't lived it. I know people who have I have family members who have an. I did quite a lot of research. But i'm really interested in is is showing that it's not you know. It's not really a black and white response that you have to those kinds of Adversities in your life. It's not just will. This is all sadness. Sadness in light and there's resentment in his anger another court nor wished that could one back to the beginning and start again. She would do it all the same. Only the ending would be different and you think oh yes Well you gave us characters that we cared about melissa. Manning has created resilient characters who live in a small community of southern tasmania in the linked stories of smoke house..
"manning" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"This is a three cr podcast and this is published or not. I want to talk about. Small communities can be very connected and seiken short stories. Melissa manning has done this. Most skilfully in smokehouse welcome. Melissa thank you jenn. It's delightful to be here. Where have you set these linked short stories. The stories are set in southern. Tasmania in an area code the dont'a casto channel which is about half an hour south of hobart. There's a map at the front of the book. And if you've never been down that way catering and brugnon and they are just spectacular places. Smoke house won the title of the first chapter of the book at the beginning and smoke house to the last story a like book ins firstly introducing the characters and then reintroducing them fifteen years later nora when we first meet her. Nora is a woman who has a life that feels mapped out for her. She has relatively young children to goes treaty and laura. She's in a relationship with tom. Her husband that i suppose from the outside would look like a successful relationship. And it's something. I think that. I think tom would describe it as such but from norris misbehavior. She's feeling a little. She's not in control of her in life. They during the tate at the tree change they've come from hobart down to catering Have the foundations of the marriage weren't strong. This is a quote without all the supports of their life in town. This new life of this was really only at new life of tom's. So what does she mean when she says she wants a new identity too look. I think there's something interesting that happens to women in particular when they have children and i think what happens is that their identity is leading to the family. And you can start to lose a sense of who you actually are as an individual. And i think that's what norris craving Well they build a building this mud-brick cottage and wall comes to build the fireplace and further into the book..
"manning" Discussed on Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan
"For november. The five years she spent in prison is the longest federal sentence ever handed down to a whistle blower in. Us history the released today for good behavior. She's now on home confinement for more on how she was treated in prison. Go back and listen to our interview with her. Mother billie winner davis all of the experiences that she has had in the system has opened her eyes. Human beings shouldn't be treated like this the approach. Our government now takes punishing. Those who leaked classified. Information is new. We didn't always bring down the full weight and power of the law whistleblowers. The only person has been more time than winner behind bars for leaking. Classified information is chelsea manning who served her time in a military prison. She was first detained on may twenty seventh twenty ten for leaking state department cables and evidence of us war-crimes to wikileaks. She was sentenced to thirty five years in maximum security but her sentence was commuted by president. Obama nearly seven years. He'll bothering the station. And actually consider charges of precisely this but ultimately concluded it would violate the first amendment and having intolerably destructive effect and the free press chelsea manning s she'll discuss on the show today went back behind bars just two years after being released for resisting grand. Jury subpoenas the assange prosecution. She was freed again. Just as the pandemic ramped up will also be joined by ken clip and stein an investigative journalist for the intercept who has brought a new public facing approach to developing sources inside the military corporations and government agencies. He's also developed reputation. Trolling politicians on twitter and recently tricked matt gaetz into retweeting an image of lee harvey oswald thanking him for his quote service. I wanted to bring the two of them together because of their mutual appreciation in their mirror image roles in the quest for transparency as manning puts it. If ken were around twenty ten he would have been the recipient Play that way. I'm ryan grim. This is.
"manning" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"Perhaps even punished What to expect by katy. Manning found in the index of what to expect when you're expecting expect accidents expect acne additives. Age and airbags expect alcohol allergies and food expect analgesics expect animals ankles and antidepressants expect autopsy. Findings expect bathing. Bending botanic os on breaking news expect bruise expect cabbage leaves expect castro oil and katz expect cell phones chemicals cl- media and clay expect cleaning products cocaine and cold weather. Expect computer monitors expect copper costs and coughing exercises. Expect dance work. Workouts and death expect diving doppler driving and dromedary droop expect embarrassment expect. Electric blankets and equal employment. Expect is and facials. Expect failure fantasies fast food and feet expect fig bars fingernails. Fish flying football and freckles. Expect fruit juice expect. Gardening expect german measles grains grief and guns expect hair expect heat lamps and hiccups Horseback riding hot tubs on hot weather. Expect hypnosis expect ice skating insect repellent and itching expected jet lag and jogging. Expect kickboxing expect. K y. jelly expect lacerations and laser eye surgery. Expect lead exposure and lovemaking expect manicures marijuana masks and meet expect meditation milk version and mows expect mosquito bites and music expect nasal strips expect nicotine patches noise and nutrasweet expect online drug shopping. Expect optimism expect organ donation. An organic produce expect outside influences. Expect paint fumes pasteurization peanuts pesticides on pets. Expect pins and needles raspberry leaf tea. Expect read palms reduction religious belief and rest expect ribs ripening and risk expect rowing machines. Expect saddle block expect safety saliva and sought expect scalp stimulation and scuba diving. Expect seatbelts sex and shoes. Expect skiing and skin sampling. Expect smells expect softball. Stockings and stomach bug. Expect sugar sunblock and sushi. Expect taichi tears. Teeth and ticks. Expect toes touching train. Travel expect vaporisers vegetables and vision expect warts and water workouts and which hazo expect xrays.
"manning" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"One of the things at this point is saying is the question as to who owns the experience of being pregnant and it is pregnant people who do but often in the context of people who are pregnant in public they will speak about complete strangers coming up and speaking to them and sometimes that might be a welcome and sometimes that might be profoundly invasive and sometimes that might just be annoying people can often approach someone who's pregnant and touch their belly as if that is any kind of normal behavior to happen in public and this poem takes a deeper katy manning saying that not only. Is your body considered public property. When you're pregnant also your behavior. Also your being inducted really into a whole series of anxieties that a society wants you to carry without acknowledging that the anxieties.
"manning" Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"What to expect by katy manning. A poem made of items found in the index of the book. What to expect when you're expecting expect accidents expect acne additives. Age and airbags expect alcohol allergies and altitude expect. Analgesics expect animals ankles and antidepressants expect autopsy. Findings expect bathing bending botanical 's and breaking news. Expect bruises expect cabbage. Leaves expect castor oil and katz expect cell phones chemicals cl- media and clay expect cleaning products cocaine and cold weather. Expect computer monitors expect copper costs and coughing exercises expect dance. Workouts and death expect diving. Doppler driving in dromedary drew expect embarrassment expect. Electric blankets and equal employment. Expect is and facials. Expect failure fantasies fast food and feet expect fig bars fingernails fish flying football and freckles. Expect fruit juice expect gardening expect german measles grains grief and guns expect hair expect heat lamps and hiccups expect hiking horseback riding hot tubs on hot weather. Expect hypnosis expect ice skating insect repellent and itching expect jetlag and jogging. Expect kickboxing expect k y. Jelly expect lacerations and laser eye surgery. Expect lead exposure and lovemaking expect manicurist marijuana masks and meet expect meditation. Milk version and moles. Expect mosquito bites and music expecting nasal strips expect nicotine patches noise and nutrasweet expect online drug shopping expect optimism expect organ donation and organic produce expect outside influences. Expect paint fumes pasteurization peanuts pesticides and pets. Expect pins and needles. Expect raspberry leaf tea. Expect read palms reduction religious belief and rest expect ribs ripening and risk expect rowing machines. Expect saddle block expect safety saliva and salt expect scalp stimulation and scuba diving. Expect seatbelts sex and shoes expects skiing and skin sampling. Expect smells expect softball. Stockings and stomach bug. Expect sugar sung block and sushi. Expect taichi tears teeth and tex expect toes touching train travel expected vaporisers vegetables and vision expect warts.
"manning" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Yelling manning officially ending in sixteen year career on Friday as saying he has no immediate plans but a job with the giants is a possibility he quoted late owner Wellington Mara who said once a giant always a giant with manning adding for him it was only a giants this board has very few real fair wells it's impossible to explain the satisfaction actually the joy I've experienced being a giant yeah no doubt about it he retired as a two time Super Bowl MVP as almost every passing record in team history one of five players in league history the least to those Superbowl MVPs Montana star Brady Brad Shaw the other's brother Payton on golden week on the challenge of playing quarterback in NYC there's a lot of early indicators you I was going to be able to handle New York and all that came with it and you know part of playing quarterback when you signed up you signed up for all of the you know some guys now they show up to the podium morally after a great game of they'll play well they skipped their interviews that's not how it works you are showing up every single Sunday afternoon Sunday night Monday night to do is interviews to face the music in that market with is not nobody tougher and he handled it and that's part of playing quarterback in and so he did all those things the right way as well which it was certainly impressive giants plan to retire his number ten New York co owner John Mara thank you for everything you've done for the New York Giants for the last sixteen years for being such a role model for our players for our fans and for everything you've done in the community you'll always be the ultimate giant and please know this know John had whatever we're number ten again join run on covers the giants for E. S. P. N. had more on E. lies oppressor here a lot of Sniffles for me I so I think it was a little emotional for him his goal going into this and I had heard this before was to make a quick quick and short and sweet and his retirement speech six minutes ten seconds switch for retirement speech is pretty short and sweet but you can tell listening to you I manning and looking at all as teammates I mean anyone has been connected to either I over the years it was basically here I'm talking about support staff quit in staff cafeteria people in the giants organization I'm Michael Strahan came back is former coaches Tom Coughlin David Cutcliffe his college because of really a who's who of connections it to Eli manning was in the building and I think it was emotional unite and it meant something one thing I really took away from what he was saying was it meant something to him that an arch you kind of mentioned this is father as well it meant something to you I that he was able to play his whole career with one team yeah what about seven full time in bold passing yards in career passing touchdowns thirteen time team captain who never missed a game due to injury one of those former teammates wide receiver Plaxico Burress things a.
"manning" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Radio and F one one hour from now. The herd word hierarchy in the buffalo bills are in joy. Taylor is joining me joy. How are you good Morning Good Morning. Eli Manning is bench. Finally finally finally it's time. It's a good day for let me start with this. I I am from the West and I currently live in the West but I moved to the Northeast for eleven years. I had a wonderful wonderful time. There were many great things not counting the weather of course I loved about the northeast but one of the things that always struck me you would would never have a fenway park out west. We would just blow it up and start over in the West doesn't matter what Grandpa did or what your dad did you chase your own dreams out east chase. GRANDPA's dreams in your dad's dreams for you. The East is about two hundred year old churches and hundred-year-old Baseball Stadiums uh-huh and seven thousand year old private schools and hierarchy tradition. There would be no fenway park in San Francisco. We just build new park. We don't romanticize yesterday. We don't have the east coast history. We got a lot of space and a lot of mountains and a lot of ocean views and people upgrade and move from neighborhood to neighborhood and it's okay an out west they would have benched Eli Manning seven years ago. Maybe five but out east it was hard. The manning's our American royalty in the New York giants a blue blood franchise and is nice and Eli is us. He's the old and church he's Fenway Park. There's great memories and we can't bench Eli. L. Shot fighter God. If he played in Denver he would have been benched years ago to be played in Seattle San Francisco. They made a bench in between super bowls. It's just the way the east coast is and it's an amazing part of the East Coast churches and the prep schools and history and the family trees and it's wonderful and it's been holding the New York giants back for half a decade. It's time the giants benched Eli today time number one he. This is a perfect time. He's won sixteen. One sixteen is a starter. He doesn't have a losing record. You don't bench him with a losing record and this giants team was going to go three and thirteen so when you look back in thirty or forty years and that matters to people out east one sixteen and one sixteen two super bowls and he beat Brady both times and he's getting into the hall of fame. Maybe at least he's getting votes. It's perfect you don't want him to go three thirteen off a five and eleven season off a three and twelve season. This is dignified. He can now be a mentor.