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"marchenko" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"When the ufc can't get a fight made with their current heavyweight champ. They're like okay. We can't come to terms. He has an interim title. See this is like there is nothing nice going on this business. They business they make everyone of you. Guys are intel fights. Everyone of you guys are real fights all the time and boxing not all the time at all not nearly enough on. Fortunately and it's a shame because it hurts the sport and it hurts the fans that they're not going to see the best fights you know. Tank davidson lohman. Shaikha would be unbelievable fight. You never gonna see you're never gonna see on hundred percent that's sad that's denying the true pugilists like yourselves like eugene eastern denying. You guys you know what you what i feel like. It's owed to the world almost again. This is the corruption of boxing. That's absolutely should be something that's like. We wanna see who the best fighter the best boxer is if you will saw yet Sad present sad state of affairs. And it's funny. You mentioned low marchenko because loma ching-kuo when they asked him after his fight about a rematch with lopez and they mentioned something about money and he said he was incredulous like money. What are you talking about for legacy. I have enough money. I'm not. I'm not doing this for money. Whereas other guys when they asked hang dave leonard. L'herbe about tank. Fighting garcia or josh taylor. He's like well we'll josh. Just bring to the table like we're trying to build a star when looking for necessarily the best fights tank davis commission the point grisly wiz their point. Exact follow legacy. The money will come. That's all film me even doing doing this game. I never chased money. You know me and you never tastes money. Would like back in the day. Fucking can i please four or five hundred dollars. You'll give me the money. And i'll pay him back like two months later he'd be like what's this four of my board me five hundred books. Who months ago as our he'd forget about it and he wasn't the richest man at the time either but he was able to help me on when i was on the skins of my ass cheeks. You know now now. We're both living comfortably looking off families and we're still raking it up this two week. Quarantine is on the a little price to pay to make a few bags. So i'm glad we could settle for future doing this shit. Thank god and listen. I'm glad that i'm speaking to not just to talented people. And you know a talented coach and obviously a tremendously talented fighter. But just to to good people too good human beings. I'm thankful for that. And thanks for that that he brigade. Thank you titi. Thanks can't yeah. It's our pleasure man we will. We love your energy the attitude the team mentality we talk about that amongst ourselves here is like it's nice to be part of a team at some point in your life where you feel like you have people with you that a dependable and you know like you said he gives you five hundred dollars and probably never even expects it back. It's just nice down people like that and your life and he reminded me of a story because this guy whenever anything gets sent to the gym and it has my name on it. Yes audacity. 'cause it's his job to thinking. Open my mail from. God knows what i was doing and is a i think i had a. Ps five me something. I did not cool at a desk like his. Like in the fuck out here but then he bit missiles a free. Ps they reminded me of a story Apparently that i bought a ps four years ago. And i was like. What is i yet. Because apparently he came to watch this fight with me. He came to corner me china Camera you tell them like he came in china and somehow he must have got the story that i really wanted to buy my son playstation.
"marchenko" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Who are the top young players in the organization. This is when we we realize nobody wants to get rid of the good guys. But who are the top young players that Columbus would not want to trade? That's that way? We know those are the best prospects. I'm thinking that if they could at all, hang on to guys like Kirill Marchenko. He's um uh, arguably well. Real Marchenko and then their number one draft pick. From the 2020 draft, uh, to knock off Igor to knock off those two guys right there in my mind are probably their top two. Um yeah. Non goalie prospect. They have a top goalie prospect who they love and I don't think I don't think they would trade him. His name is Daniel. Terror soft I was about six ft. 56 ft six Real Athletic. It comes from the same hometown of Sergei Bobrovsky. Very similar. In fact, you never ask. You grew up idolizing Daniel Tarasov, Father on the Russian national team that you're from the same area. I think they want to hold on to him, and that's why they're looking to trade That's probably why they're probably going to trade one of their top two goals this year, either Joonas Korpisalo or Elvis MERS Laken were fully expecting one of those two guys to go and then I'll hang onto terrace off so Those three Russian prospects I would put right at the top, um, another couple of another name to considerably another first round pick from 2018 Liam Foudy. A ton of speed, but I think I think that this is me personally talking. I think they'd be wanted to maybe deal him, But he does have a lot of potential was all that speed mlbam streams. Another guy, They like a lot. He's never really found it yet in the first two years for the NHL, but they haven't been full years had a hat trick at the end of the year. He's got a great shot. Alexander Taxi, a another young name. I mean, he is having trouble as far as finding the back of the net. The is still young. Built solidly, you know, could play it played the middle of this year is starting to learn the center position. So they've got some guys in that in that regard. I wouldn't if you want to mention futures. You know they have the fifth overall pick as well. And they have two other first round picks in this draft. Um, I would be surprised if they Were to part with a first round pick in the 22 draft, Maybe 23, but they really, I mean, everyone knows that point to draft increase, you know, loaded and I think they would want to, you know, help themselves and say, Hey, if we if we do happen to have a four season next year, you know, let's not trade that one. Goalies is the fact that since you brought goal is that was going to be the final thing I wanted to ask you about Brian, and whether it's cycle. Maybe it's a Reinhardt deal. The Sabres might be looking for a goalie as well. If a trade with Columbus has made it it involves either MERS Leekens or Corpus Salo. Both have one year left. And then they're free agents. Which guy would you trade for? Well, if ever if ever the Sabres that would be pushing for all this mess Lincoln's, um, and that's nothing against Korpisalo in Corpus Salo has made safe. In the past two years that have made my you know, eyes pop out of my head kind of the name, but he is really He was a really, really good goalie and any both These guys are outstanding. I just There's just something about Elvis. Um, that makes me kind of feel like he's got maybe even a gear that not a lot of other goaltenders, not just corporate follow, but other ones. Don't have, you know, like when it comes to the lights being on and bright, and I mean, you want that guy in that? Um as well. I feel And so I and and now he has does have a higher cap. It's not much Because it is like $4 million a year for one more year. Then he's going to be a free agent. So you'd want to be able to sign either one of these guys trade him. You're going to want to sign a long term. Um and and you know, she would keep them around, but they're both excellent goalies if I don't work? Savers. It's a close call, but I would push for Elvis. Mistaken. Brian Hedger covers the Blue Jackets for the Columbus Dispatch. Delving into possibilities with Michael Trade, Brian. Thanks for coming on with us this morning. We appreciate you giving us some time today. Thanks time for having me out. Great. Have a good day. Right, you two We'll hit some other teams up this week. We circle around Chicago have to add Vegas to list Maybe after what Darren Dreger said to the instigators on Friday about the Golden Knights. We'll continue checking out some possible landing spots for Jack Eichel, since it seems like he's going somewhere, all right, you're perfect email. Not your perfect email but a perfect email. Perfect email. Robert wrote perfect email about the savers. I think it's perfect. So He writes. It's probably too long to read. Over the air the whole thing, so I'll get to the paragraph that I think is, um, with two paragraphs that I think are right because this is I'll let you know if I disagree with anything in here. The real thing that makes the atmosphere so toxic is that when it's clear to fans, the media and especially the players, the product on the ice is not working. Management has repeatedly failed to address it mid season. Wildman was left into the end of the second season. Despite some issues there. They kept housing to the bitter end through that agonizing stretch where they couldn't win two games in a row. They kept Kruger until historic losing streak finally was too much. Almost always wait to make a move until after until the trade deadline and then don't do much there, either. Why would anyone want to play for a team who's philosophy? Time and again the last six years is to stick their on the sand. Hope if they just wait. It will all magically work. Maybe if they fired Biles, MMA or Housley mid season. They get an interim coach who figures out Reinhardt can play center or uses resto properly or stops playing players and rolls They're not suited for. Maybe it breaks up the toxic atmosphere of losing and feeling management is indifferent. Maybe if they don't wait till the trade deadline of the season has lost every time to make a move. Maybe Jack and Sam aren't so unhappy with this team. Losing is one thing. It's another to lose and realize the team is going to make you grind it out without changes the whole rest of the season. Man, That's a perfect email. Yeah, There's one team I wrote down as you were reading the coaching portion of it. Montreal as much I can make fun of the Canadians for being the worst team in the playoffs, but They fired their coach in season. They thought Michel Therrien, right, No George jury, they fired Michelle Terry in to to Julian Julian, who was fired by Boston inside of season, right, Because those franchises at least you know the Bruins and the gains at that time thought Hey, uh, we should be better than this. Let's do this now. And we looked at when Boston fire Julian, I thought Really, What do you now with him? He's good. So Montreal thought Yeah. The GMS on the hot seat there. They're not doing that. Well, they got off to a good start. They started to tell off there in a division Tailor made for them to make the playoffs this year, and they fired their coach rather than wait and see if they could play through it. Maybe Julian will turn the boys around and they put into charm and he gets them into the playoffs, and now they're in the Stanley Cup final, and I guess he'll be coaching again. Good for him. But, yeah, I did think about that because the Sabres Last time they would have fired a coaching season was I was going to say Lindy unless Nolan was axed in the middle of the season, any was a sneaky thing that we don't talk about too much. Why?.
"marchenko" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"From Sam Henry he says Te'o needs to move up three weight classes like. Early versus Te'o Twenty Twenty one. Also does this mean? Crawford, is undoubted pound for pound number one. Now how what the Hell I mean isn't that the doubt the teals win two pound for pound status greater win than anything on Crawford's resume. The. Hell. Coach. Rivera says Luma had a great plan, a masterpiece and no one soy, and then he comes again and says, but Dio Kale, the plan congrats got throughout Joe's. Great. Play. You guys are two coaches don't ever tell you to take off seven rounds. Never Lake you know I told you. That's how opened up. You can't make but you can have the right game plan and Gamblin can be to just go on in the second half. However, you can't do that. We've arts winning at least a few of those early rounds or at least making him work in a way that makes him uncomfortable and it was. Winning those first six, seven rahm comfortably and understood it informed for the bland it in four foot the nonsense. CD and how crazy this is easy. Let me go and just like from big punches, keep missing and get even more tired E. Conserve his energy so I know what you're doing. This is to blatant while you flew way only freeing like ten punches a rump. That's what you're trying to do mass. You guys a question on the panel. Guys first of all, did you guys watch would sound? Sound off. On Okay Coleman. I different. Show and Chris Jerry so you tell, did you hear anything? That Anatoly Low Marchenko. said to Vasily Loma Chanko in between rounds especially. Russia. They translated it on. Oh. was within of transition he didn't say anything. That would have made a significant change in the game plan. He pretty much said you're doing everything that I want you to do just keep doing it. And nobody's really talking about that. He's known for being strategically a mastermind when it comes to game plans and and skill level and he just. Kept. Game. Day. Mass on I can look like a mastermind if I'm playing chess versus dude only plays checkers man chill with the top rank diet abroad we know. That's all his. Come on. That's. Just. Plays a role in the Ukrainian national team saying it. All of those guys would to. The all he put his son to sedans for two years and didn't WanNA. Fight..
"marchenko" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Nearly 40 years after a teenager was stabbed to death outside a shopping mall in Iowa. Her killer has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Police in Cedar Rapids used DNA evidence to link Jerry Burns to the 1979 murder of Michelle Marchenko. Investigators say DNA from a restaurant straw matched DNA found at the crime scene. One size fits all doesn't apply to the reopening of New York schools Governor Andrew Cuomo says each district statewide must formulate its own plan. Communities need infection rates they below 5% for seven days that they picked up to 9%. Schools will have to shut back down. In New York City for the nation's largest school district. The infection rate cannot pass 3% districts across the nation navigating how could that protected generations health as well as crucial developmental years? Oxes Alex Hogan. Shocking photos and videos taken inside of Georgia school on the first day of classes led to a student suspension, but that punishment has been overturned. Lin Waters tells The Washington Post. Her 15 year old daughter was one of the least to students at Georgia's North polling high school, who was suspended for sharing photos and video online of crowded hallways and teens not wearing masks on the first day back to class the post, sparking concern over how the district is handling re openings amid the pandemic. A backlash. Water says The suspension has been overturned the holding county schools superintendent admitting to parents in an email. The images didn't look good, but argues they lack context about the 2000 plus student school were masts are a personal choice. Kristen Goodwin Fox News, one of the largest public gathering since the pandemic began, is taking place in South Dakota. The Sturgis motorcycle rally is expected to draw about 250,000 people over the.
Michelle Martinko - Forever 18
"Over the course of the next two weeks or so. You're going to go on a journey back in time. The evidence in this case will take to the year nineteen seventy-nine specifically six days before Christmas summer. Nineteen nineteen seventy nine show. Marchenko was a girl out on the town in nineteen seventy nine eighteen year old. Michelle Martin was in her senior year at Kennedy High School in Cedar Rapids Iowa and on December nineteenth. She was headed to a Christmas banquet for her school concert choir at a local hotel she had the adorable little rabbit fur coat and she do her era blue. What I refer to as the fair Faucet flip and she to her hair makeup and You know we're pretty dress. And that's very typical of how she dressed up if she was going home. Michelle left the banquet and headed to the West Stale Mall to pick up a coat. Her mother put on layaway for her when she got there she ran into a group of fellow students who had also just left. Think about the time that we did come out of the store a friend of hers and a friend of his they we read. We did run into them out of the mall. Michelle had been spotted by her ex boyfriend. Andy sidell Andy says he thought Michelle was at her choir banquet so he thought it was the perfect time to buy her Christmas present for Awhile. Marina went down on remember. We went downstairs. I think there was an escalator. There I don't remember which route we took. It just went went down towards it. Hey wasn't expecting to see a here. I'm going to go back up and go get your gift. Please don't follow me. She agreed and told Andy She'd give him a call later that night. Michelle then ran into another friend. Curtis Thomas who was working at a clothing store. He took is break with Michelle and they went to get a bite to eat upstairs at the food court but the two ended up talking for too long and he had to get back to his job but Michelle said she was going to leave and so we walked past the store and we kept walking and we turned to the first exit. Pass my store and we walked up to the door and she said she was going to go and I said I had to go but we were lucky we were talking. My don't be a stranger. You Know Michelle bundled up and headed out. Another schoolmate saw Michelle coming out of the exit from the mall and going towards the parking lot. She said she saw Michelle carrying packages in a bag appearing to be in a hurry other people came out at that same time but. Michelle was by herself an employee who is closing down. One of the stores noticed Michelle's car still in the parking lot sometime between ten thirty and eleven PM. There were few cars left so it seemed out of place around this time. Michelle's mother frantically called her friend. Jane she asked me if I knew where Michelle was. Well I asked me of. Michelle is with me and divide now. Michelle was would I have any idea or Michelle would be. Jane didn't know it was a school night and she had gone home early to work on our homework. Michelle's mother called police at two. Am to report. Her daughter. Missing around four am Cedar Rapids Police Officer James. Kincaid phoned her gold seventy two buick four door in the mall. Parking lot with the rear driver's side door unlocked dispatchers instructed. Him to open the door was she was sludge down the door. Several stab wounds on her chest and Remember seeing laceration on her Chin and she was no signs of life twos. Obviously Dad the officer then radioed for backup. Michelle's body was laying inside of her car. Curled into the passenger side seat floorboard stabbed multiple times and bloodied from her wounds. Crime scene investigators collected evidence. They preserved it not knowing. If anything of value could be found the case would remain open for the next thirty. Nine years you will hear that the advancements into science breathed new life into the investigation and provide a glimmer of hope for the investigators that the answers they sought may lie in the eyes of physical evidence still remaining from the nineteen seventy-nine crime scene those advances included the capability to test for DNA in bloodstains found Michelle's black dress and on the gearshift selector in her car. New leads and developments in technology led investigators in two thousand eighteen to a pizza joint. Forty five minutes down the road from the West Stale Mall there. They found themselves sitting in a booth staring directly at the possible assailant. That suspect got up and left afterwards. Investigators took a straw from the glass. The target had left behind. The evidence will show the comparison of the DNA that was able to be obtained from the Straw. Used by the defendant in the suspect male DNA profile from Michelle's dress revealed an outstanding development for the first time in the investigation of any suspects. A defendant could not be eliminated as a major contributor to this profile. Who was sitting across from the officers at that pizza parlor. Was it someone? Michelle knew someone. She cared about someone she trusted or was it a random individual were after thirty nine years. Her family friends and the police finally had the answers to the questions that had evaded them for so
"marchenko" Discussed on Sword and Scale Daily
"Before finding Jerry Burns guilty of the nineteen seventy nine murder of eighteen year old Michelle Marchenko Louisiana man who fled to Brazil after the two thousand? Thirteen disappearance of his estranged wife killed himself in Brazilian jail cell on Friday while awaiting extradition finally falling. Laurie Vows Arrest Court. Documents reveal additional details of the investigation into the disappearance of her children. Nine year old. Jj valo and seventeen year old Kylie Ryan all this and more coming up on sort and scale daily Casey. I reports that on Monday and I would jury found sixty six year old Jerry Burns guilty of the nineteen seventy-nine first degree murder of eighteen year. Old Michelle Marchenko in Cedar rapids. He faces a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. Michelle Marchenko's body was discovered in the early morning hours of December Twentieth Nineteen seventy-nine. She was found inside her family's Buick which was parked in the parking lot of West Mall in grand rapids. Michelle had gone to the mall at around seven thirty in the evening to buy winter coat. Her parents raised the alarm which fell to return home. Later that night. Michelle's body was discovered bloodied and curled up on the passenger seat floorboard. She was fully clothed and there were no signs of sexual assault in autopsy revealed that she sustained blunt force and sharp force trauma. Michelle had been stabbed more than twenty times which was the cause of death. The initial investigation looked at multiple suspects. Who had a connection to Michelle but did not identify culprit in two thousand and six interested in the case was sparked again the same Mel. Dna was discovered in two places in the crime scene in a blood stain in the back of Michelle's dress and a blood smudge on the cars gear shifter the profile will sequenced and uploaded. Dakota's but no match was found in two thousand eighteen cedar rapids. Police tried to identify match for the profile on a familiar sight. They found the closest match in a female second cousin and positively identified burns as their suspect after getting his DNA from a drinking straw that he left behind at a pizza restaurant. On December nineteenth two thousand eighteen police arrested Burns his business in Manchester Iowa. He pled not guilty to the charges and as defense attorneys tried to call the DNA evidence into question at trial. It was revealed that search burns electronic devices at the time of his arrest showed online searches for the terms quote. Blonde females assault rape strangulation murder abuse and rape of a deceased individual and cannibalism. The jury began deliberations on Monday and deliberated for three hours before finding burns guilty of first degree murder. Sentencing has not yet been scheduled but is expected to happen in early April in Iowa. The mandatory sentence for first degree murder is life without parole. Our next story brings us to Louisiana. The daily advertiser reports that Sean grabbing her the suspect in the two thousand thirteen disappearance of his wife crystal grabner has been found dead in a Brazilian jail cell. Sean grabner fled to Brazil. Two weeks after crystals this appearance and remained free until last Tuesday then he was taken into custody by the Brazilian Federal Police. Brazilian police sources say the grab injure hanged himself in his cell where he was being detained pending extradition to the United States. Thirty two year old crystal. Roger was last seen leaving a battered women shelter in Lafayette Louisiana on February eighth. Two thousand thirteen. She went missing only weeks after filing for divorce from her husband. Sean both Crystalline Sean. Had Been Married for sixteen years and had two children together. Their marriage was unstable and plagued by domestic violence crystal filed for divorce three times during the marriage. Twice ultimately reconciling Sean. She also had multiple protective orders against him. One court filing stated that the beatings began the day of their marriage. Crystals family reported her missing after she missed an appointment sear children authorities suspected foul play but crystals body was never found two weeks after crystal's disappearance. Sean grabner moved to Sao Paulo. He married a local woman receiving permit residency visa. Once he was in Brazil moved around a lot avoiding authorities criminal complaints in Brazil show that grubbing Was abusive in this marriage. Just like the previous one on Tuesday. Brazilian Federal Police Officers Arrested granger at his residence. His in crystals children. Now fifteen and seventeen were with him and have since been returned to Louisiana to live with her grandmother. Who HAS LEO custody? A statement issued by law enforcement authorities in Louisiana said. They will not be commenting on the story quote in order not to compromise the completion of this continuing Criminal Investigation. Crystals relatives have posted online. That they too are not allowed to comment. Kabc news reports that according to the Brazilian Federal Police. They arrested for the murder of Chris toll after US authorities produced evidence that he murdered her. This information has not been confirmed by law enforcement in the United.
United States v. Kwame Kilpatrick
"In their witness their c._p._a. Bursts out laughing and says not even close and and everyone in the courtroom percent lance everyone except kwame kilpatrick. The jurors are laughing. Every reporters in the gallery are laughing at it was just absolutely ridiculous next assistant u._s. Attorney marchenko moved onto the bigger allegations like kwami taking bribes for cd contracts the detroit water and sewage department. <hes> was where all the money could be found. He was the third largest water and sewage department in in the united states and <hes> the mayor and his buddies figured out this is where the money was to be had and so that's where we took the trial next was basically below the street level into the sewers chuck. Oh told the jury about bernard kilpatrick shakedown of in executive from a big sludge processing company which the f._b._i. Had caught on a wire in november. Nobody on attack on smaller
"marchenko" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Was where a gunman opened fire inside a Walmart Saturday killing twenty two north Korean state media is quoting leader Kim Jong moon is saying that the country's recent short range ballistic missile tests would send an adequate warning to the U. S. over military drills with South Korea the country is conducted for launches in less than two weeks stocks closed higher today making up for some of yesterday's losses thanks in gains to tech companies and banks the Dow rose three hundred twelve point the S. and P. adding thirty seven the nasdaq gaining a hundred seven your listening to ABC news it is a horrible our top local stories in the aftermath of two weekend mass shootings Oregon congressman oral Blumenauer wants to pressure the Senate to pass gun safety legislation when our told rally going what's in our office Tuesday that a hundred people die each day of gun violence in this country it is not acceptable the people ten that there are things we can do on our side the Senate has failed to act on a house passed bill requiring universal background checks which McConnell has been sitting on this legislation call for turning up the heat on the Senate Majority Leader and other Republican senators or face the wrath of voters meanwhile eleven ninety K. E. X. as John Erickson reports it's election day in Clark County holders are choosing city council members in Vancouver and battle ground as well as Clark County members of the Vancouver school board or being elected a school levy being voted on in green mountain and EMS levy in yeah I called home burglary suspect is behind bars for burglary after shots were fired by the homeowner it happened last night near southeast eightieth and Francis portal please say the homeowner found the suspect fifty year old William Kennedy hiding in his garage holding a machete the homeowner was armed with a gun fired two shots then held Kennedy at gun point until officers arrive nobody was hurt a woman who kicked a stroller with a baby inside is now sentenced for a bias crime eleven ninety K. exes Brad for a woman had a baby in a stroller at her apartment complex when fifty three year old Troy Marchenko made a comment about an African American woman having a white baby police say Marchenko left for about thirty minutes to go drinking and when she returned she kicked the stroller causing the baby to cry when asked by police whether she kicked the stroller because of the difference in race she said yes Marchenko was convicted of intimidation and sentenced to thirty days in jail and a year probation I'm Gail Cunningham stay tuned for traffic.
"marchenko" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"Com, and I'll be launching my personal blog again soon. Like, I said today, I do not have a guest my guest is myself. So hopefully, I will be an interesting guest and this'll be information that will serve you. Well, and why I wanna talk about trust is because near and dear to my heart. I mean, one of the things that I learned in the seal team's was how much trust was critical to the functioning of an elite team one particular story. Stands out my seal team, three commanding officer. Some you've heard me say as Admiral or then commander mcraven who later became Admiral mcraven in charge of all special operations and the man that I largely credit as the leader of the team that ultimately nailed bin Laden. You know, when I see my seal teammates out there saying that they got bin Laden, they shot bin Laden. That's great. I'm happy that you pulled the trigger and around came out and flew through the air and hit his target. Frankly that is easy peasy compared to what mcraven did which was for over a nine year period. Keep the pressure on a an extended team who were hunting him after everyone basically gave up and thought he was dead or died died in the Tora Bora caves or died of kidney failure. And craven didn't believe it. And he ended up literally organizing the mission that nailed bin Laden. So this guy is a really really smart guy. And he was my mic commanding officer and a great mentor to me, you know, especially when I screwed up, which is a story. I don't tell very often, and I'm not gonna tell here. But I'll tell it in my next book, you know, he he really held me accountable. And then. Basically was part of that story at any rate. I know you're like tell us that one Mark. Nope. Some of the time, but I wanna tell about a time that mcraven screwed up. And as a result of that. He could have destroyed the trust that the team had an because he was fairly new to seal team three. It was in the first six six months or so of his tenure there, and you know, he came in with a reputation that people were not sure because he he had gotten into a little falling out with dick Marchenko who is commanding officer seal team six, and and, you know, dick, more single didn't think his leadership style was ripe for the you know, that type of energy or atmosphere seal team six in so. Then I think Lieutenant Commander mcraven was sent away an off to Monterey now at Monterey is naval postgraduate school. Where a lot of seals. Get a master's degree in special operations and low intensity conflict. How cool would that be? I wouldn't most you'd love to get a master's degree in special ops and low intensity conflict while you'd have to join the military to do that. I'm sure there's a few civilians who've done that. But you got to be part of the system at any rate. What's cool about Mr. mcraven is he while? He was there. You know, he really really leverage. It's time to the hill any wrote a book called the theory of spec ops, which is basically required reading for anyone in special operations in theory of spec ops. He looked at all successful special operations missions, not all, but the most successful ones, although back to World War Two ops like Entebbe, and you know, the Germans storming using gliders. You know a. You know, a enemy territory in you know, that was like on an island crazy intensely complicated exercises and a bunch of others, and he came up with a bunch of principals such as stealth speed. You know, surprise secrecy stuff like that. And he wrote this book, it's fantastic book saving pictures in it. So people like me can read it at any rate. I digress. Miss mcraven back when I knew him was commander. So he had, you know, roughly twenty years or so in service, maybe less, and he had just you know, was new to seal team three in. I was there for a long time. I was kind of finishing up my second deployment. When I when he came on board to relieve commander mctigue. At any rate..
"marchenko" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"So it's not a bad place to be. And that's where you were doing doing deployment after deployment three deployments to South America. And doing the training gig. We training sell at the team at this time or was it already consolidated. No each team had its own individual training still. Yup. I did that too. And this is also the time during one of these trips where you met your future wife. That's right. So. You know, the seal teams are an interesting place because being an all-male unit. You know, the only time you have an opportunity to meet people ladies is typically in the bars. And because we did such a good job. I tell people. The mindset of the early teams really was you know. Marchenko captured that mindset in his book the road warrior, but it's interesting to see post nine eleven how guys are so laser focused on combat but for us, literally we trained hard. And then you were actually look down on if you didn't go out and party and burn it down to like four in the morning, and then get an hour sleep and get up and start training in the next day, which was just stupid. You know, you weren't operate at optimal efficiency. But that was just the way it was that was life and accepted it and drove through so. Yeah, I was fortunate enough one night we went into. Crazy, huge bar that somebody had scouted out and said, hey, man, this is a target rich environment. And the Phoenix hill tavern went in there. And yeah, beautiful blonde walked in. And I was like I need to get to know this young lady. So you did all right man, along along the course of this you apply for the seeming to Admiral program, which is the same program. I did I think you were couple years behind me. And we're going to the book I had applied to the semen Admiral program something the navy started to encourage top performing enlisted to become officers only fifty candidates year where accepted back then. So the competition was fierce. I gained a slot in the navy sent me to call. It's just in time to miss the outbreak of the war. I watched the towers fall. I recognize the magnitude of the moment and left school in a daze fully aware that our country was heading to war with three years of college ahead of me. I feared I'd. Miss my chance to be a part of it. A few days later. I drove back to my old seal team to see my former CEO and mentor commander Vince Peterson. He had stuck his neck out from me more than once and had been instrumental in getting me a shot a slot in the semen Admiral program, I told him I wanted to drop out of school. So I could get back to a platoon in help with the war effort commander Peterson sat listening quietly as as I explained my desire to come back. He was a legend in the seal team's he had been a former marine before joining the navy and headed to seal training at the age of thirty six. He was highly respected both up and down the chain of command in my leadership fence analogy most men fell on one side of the fence with the other while there were those small few who had the unique ability to stand on top and move back and forth for Vince Peterson. And there was no fence as I sat down with him and asked him to put me back in the platoon. He looked me dead in the eye and said read, this will not be a short wa-. War. It's going to go on for years, and we're going to need strong warriors and leaders for upcoming battles. You need to stay in school. Then come back and lead. Check. I. When I read that. Of course, I thought about guess what I was doing when nine eleven happened. I was in college as well on the same program. That's probably a year or two head of you. And guess what? I did same thing. I called the detailer who was a friend of mine who I'd worked for. And I said, hey, I don't care about college. I'll do online. I don't care about any of this semi back to seal team right now, please..
"marchenko" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Yes. Indeed. We are. We're not just here. He's damn thin. Also known as Ralph read Ricky flick, whatever you call. Pretty much anything. But we're here every Thursday night for a we like to call the reality check. And we try to cover off, you know, maybe a little different angle what you've been hearing about all week long. But I gotta be honest with you, Fred nothing nothing has captured the imagination, and perhaps the hearts of the Tri state and the entire baseball world like the big story yesterday, which is carried over to the big story today. Absolutely. And that is the hall of Famer that's one thing that we're not Morty Brennaman announcing that this the twenty nineteen red season will be his last year number forty six think about that. Thirty percent of all the games that the reds have played in their history not on radio, but he's called thirty percent of those. And it's our pleasure to welcome in somebody who knows a little about Marty Brennaman sawn and broadcaster extraordinary one Thom Brennaman, Tom how we doing tonight. How you doing? Hey, boss. It's been awhile since we've run into each other at the UDF, but I gotta tell you. Yup. Yup. Yesterday. Social media, basically crashed with the with the news and the announcement by your dad that he was going to make this his final season, everybody, just shedding a tear collectively. I gotta figure you have a smile ear to ear because you know, your dad gets to now go do all of these other things that he has certainly earned the right to do. It's funny. You say that because I was one of the people I think probably in his life. And I don't know how many there are. But I was trying to talk him out of it. And. Yeah. I think it, you know. A lot of people like you're talking about. They know Marty Brennaman is being Marty Brennaman. I, you know, I'm no different than you. Or anybody else in the world? Sign of somebody in you know. Have a father in law who has done a lot of research on retirees thought about it for years and years out in Arizona, and he's son all these kind of these research in about people who retire, and you know, how long do they live after they retire? All the tortoise scuffed, it I would never thought about and just because my father in law had done it. I kind of rolled that into my dad's thinking when he first kind of brought it up with three years ago. We were in Milwaukee. I'll never forget as long as I live and. I talked to him about it then and then a year later in Pittsburgh. And then this year, we're in Milwaukee again, and I could tell that. He really meant it this time and even as recently as a month ago. Are you? Sure, this is what really what you wanna do. You wanna go maybe to thirty games forty games kind of staying in you know, a little bit. And he just like I'm done. And he was you know, he's never been a guy who's a big traveler and he went overseas and he talked about a little bit yesterday. He went to France and Italy for the first time and when he came back off that trip. He didn't really want to go on the trip. He wasn't interested in France. Or Italy never has been and when he got back. He's like I'm done. Yeah. I was going to say when you when he said to you. I mean it this time. What do you think it was because I he mentioned yesterday about how you know. He he really miss it because he loves going to spring training. Yup. Yup. Do you think could it be like the old the boxing world? You know, I'm done. And then he goes, maybe not are you really think this is it. I I I really don't know what the end of the day what kind of put him over the top. But he just. You know, the game world the whole kind of thing has changed so much in recent years, and I kind of feel like thank God is great health. I was talking with a friend of mine the other day Marchenko who's an attorney in town. And he's represented my dad for years and years and years on his contract after Ruben, Kathy retired. And you know, Mark Yankee, you know, what I think you're looking at this totally the wrong way. You gotta be happy for your dad, and this is forty eight hours ago. And I'm like, you know, what you're probably right and he shared with me a story about his father about how you got sick at fifty eight asks you were three years. We're really weren't very good. He's like your dads in great health. He happy in marriage. She's happy in his life. Let him go. Enjoy it. Kind of rang true to me that you know, what he's exactly right going joy it, and that's a great point. And Thom Brennaman kind enough to join us with a different perspective. I think you've heard everybody with their big outpourings of other thoughts and memories of Marty Brennaman is the is the voice of the ranch for so long. You know, as you talking about that, Tom I think back to my dad's retirement, and he was ready to go. Do what was next, but his thing was golf, and I understand that traveling probably was similar for your dad as was golf never wanted to do it. Did it then got hooked on it? And so okay, lots of things to do. My dad didn't really ever get to travel. So what ended up happening is he retired played a bunch of golf gave my mom crazy. Get him out of the house enough. But I would tell you this about fifteen years into his retirement he got called back into where he used to work to do some consulting. And I think he found that as or more, I think rejuvenating and exciting and he turned his brain clicked back into gear. And I wonder at some point down the line. Does does your dad does he find that thing within the organization or do you think he's just like you said finish completely with the game? I really don't see how that's going to be possible for him. Yeah. You know, it's great points. Great question. I don't know the answer to that. And you know, I I I started having this conversation three years ago as I talked about a second ago when we were in Milwaukee one day, you know, I mean, I sat down with them we rarely ever have breakfast together on the road or go out a Cup of coffee.
"marchenko" Discussed on The Sicario Effect
"Is that you know, you have this guy pay who's, you know, been a member of the managing cartel. He's killed all these people. He's he's a he's a very controversial figure in managing. And he's this guy who's, you know, so many people look at and he's yelling in this net. And I have to say when he started tweeting about this. There was a part of me that goes poi-. This is really ironic. You know, it's ironic because you know, has has crazy as the things that pop says, it's also, you know, it's hard to not look at this and go there is something something to be said about the fact that you have a guy who was then I know he dropped out. But the guy who at the time was running for president who's maybe maybe done worse crimes than Popeye. It's like I that was really hard to get my head around. What could you explain? I mean, do people in Colombia look at this. I don't know if we think that those two guys are the ones who need to be listened. That's the mistake because we're listening to deter extremes. We don't know if if if who of those two guys is worse, we know that those two guys are bath. But again, the problem is that why are we listening to that? Right. Like steal the same that I'd say before we we're looking at the two extremes of of discussion, and we are not going to find any. Construction of sense in the discussion discussion, I mean, if if they are I mean, we also have a an expression, it's control. What I mean is that? Page. It shouldn't be talking about someone else's crimes when he has all that's all that pain behind. I mean, don't eat. He have body defaced say those things with blushing or what? But yes, I mean if you. If if you think that just considering Timchenko opinion or just they can go by opinion. In consideration. I think that may be that it's putting you in in one of those sites. And I think that we need really different voices different. Maybe maybe not for for yet may also for different narratives, different narratives, also different leaders of those narratives because if we if we if we have to decide between Marchenko an pie. I mean, we rather kid ourselves. I mean what to do? You know, the the interesting thing is this brings up another point. Which is I think one of the problems in this. I don't know. I'm not an expert. But I because you have this staggering disparity between rich and poor in Columbia. And has I've learned it's like the biggest in Latin America is the largest disparity between rich and poor. Is Ginny score you're talking about. Generally, when you have this kind of poverty, a lot of people that don't have the access to education aren't educated. And so when you're dealing with that that compounds the problem to, you know, it makes these it makes it makes a giant portion of the population susceptible to this idea that they're you know, to susceptible to one when one or the other, you know, one of these extremes, and it it it really is dividing. That's that's the purpose of infect both of these guys. It's just definitely it's you know, I wanted to ask you because I've in going deeper and deeper into this about Columbia. What are the things that I one of? My I haven't fully made this conclusion yet. But I I really kind of got to this place where I think this is my position on this. At least is that, you know, Columbia has always known to things violence, insecurity, and poverty. And and and the I think if you really take a step back on the kind of macro level. I think the guys like pay even guys like publis Kabar. Okay. And and and the FARC in the paramilitaries it's in a weird way. They're just symptoms rather than the actual problem..
"marchenko" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"If if we need your finger on a trigger in this fight. But by the same token, they were like, no, we get it. You know, here we're happy with you having firearms just understand that. If if we get contact we're gonna tell you exactly what to do when you need to you to obey everything quickly. We're not gonna tell you twice. So keep ears open. Yeah. That makes sense. You were part of the red cell program at the homeland security department. Tell us what that is about. I remember dick Marcinkus book read sale in the red cell. They ran out of out of the seal team, formerly known as six I love the name changes. You know, it's combat applications group over the unit. It's the Uniroyal delta force it seal team six it's Dev grew so red cell for those of your listeners that don't know is kind of of, you know, a group that will test things that a look for weaknesses whether it's physical security weaknesses like Marchenko in his guys used to try to hit different bases to see if you know, if we had the tools, and kind of the the mindset of terrorists or bad guys. Could we could we breach this US military installation? What homeland security did and I have to tell you as a small government guy. I was not I didn't think the answer to nine eleven in the failures of bureaucracy was. Set up more bureaucracy. I just didn't like the idea the creation of homeland security from the gecko, but my mind changed when I got called up in asked to join this thing it at D H S called the analytic red cell unit, which idea was the federal government realized before the nine eleven commission that the attacks happened on September eleventh because of a failure of magic nation on the part of the US government. It's just this. Beltway think you know, it's fighting in the rear view mirror. Everything's gonna look like it always has in that kind of stuff. And they said, you know, what we realized we made a big mistake. So let's bring in some non DC nonmilitary non law enforcement, non Intel guys who are creative and see what they think about the threats head, and let's also seed the conversations. When we need some creative thinking based on snatches of intelligence, we may have picked up where we heard about this. We heard about that. But we have no idea if they're connected. Hey, Brad, Thor Brad Meltzer Michael bay who did the Benghazi movie in the transformers movie from heart of it. What would you guys do with this stuff for what would you do with that stuff? Or if you wanted to hit this target or what targets are you worried about you also asked me earlier, Marc about my books and did anything come true. There was one thing that I had done in the red cell program. And I said this is something we have to work watch out for in figuring out how to defend against because the bad guys are gonna figure it out very soon in the did. And I called my guy at DHS. And I said, okay, this is all over the news this attack. Can I say that we discuss this in the red cell, and he said, absolutely not..
"marchenko" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"Become an enlisted guy, I officers typically art snipers, and this is how popular media, which we just talked about earlier can influence a young mind. So all those Vietnam movies that I watched in the eighties. They always had that brand new officer. That was a little butter bar that would show up and Vietnam, no experience and tell all the guys to shave and get haircuts. So they've been there for months on and a couple of tours, and then he'd lead them right into an ambush or like that is every Vietnam movie that I saw growing up, and I said, I do not want to be that guy. If I ever become an officer one day, I'm not going to be him Marchenko's book rogue warrior, doctor up being enlisted. I and I was like oh look at that. You can beat. This guy first and then decide so that's what I did. I wanted to essentially start in the mail room work, my way, up learned the trade established reputation become a cipher. And then I do those things and submitted a package for in the spring of two thousand one so for September eleventh. But after September eleventh, I probably would have stayed listed just to keep getting after it. But for timing wise is an officer worked out about as well as how does that change? How did the responsibilities obviously or more probably in the leadership in strategy type position? What else what else changes between the two you have to go at some point as an officer and do things that you didn't come in the military to do? So you need to sit on a staff somewhere at some point. I was very lucky that I really didn't have to do that for much until the very end rose getting out anyway so actually worked out well for me. But knowing what was the head is as an officer looking at it from the enlisted level, I would have chosen after September eleventh to stay enlisted because I could stay at that tactical level and not have to go and sit back and some office somewhere behind a computer. Well, other guys we're going out to fight. So it just happened to work out. Well, for me that I went right back to the teams of the junior officer. And it was right when we're pushing ahead and really deploying a lot. So it it worked out about as well as it could. Yeah. Because I imagine for a warrior, there's a lot of a lot of guilt associated with that where you're sitting on a desk and push papers and strategy, and you're actually sending these people to do tasks that you've created right or that you've at least thought out and planned. So that can imagine that creates a lot of guilt. Yeah. It was just something. I didn't want to didn't come into do that come into to lead men in battle and go get after. And of course, when I came in in ninety six when I thought actually my first seal team, and I'd immediately going only secret mission. So I get a pager, and I get all this. Awesome gear. I'd be at the bar and the patriot would be and off I go, and then I'd come back the next night back to the bar that was not outlawed so in ninety six ninety seven when you show up at your first team while they think they headed me like paintbrush and said ake paint that wall change that lightbulb cleaned that bathroom. So you're a new guy doing new guys new air back in ninety six ninety seven ninety eight time frame was not the best. So a lot of us made our own gear bought our own gear. And after September eleventh that changed drastically. A lot more flame gates floodgates opened. A lot more funding or research, and then being able to actually test the gear and equipment that's been developed in actual combat and build on it and see what works, and so it just became a whole whole different animal. Men. Let me just hit the pause button real quick on the conversation. I do not want two thousand nineteen to be just another year for you. I wanted to be the best year of your entire life. And that's going to be the case. I would encourage you to find a way to build in some accountability into your life. And it doesn't really matter if that accountability comes from your.
"marchenko" Discussed on Hockey Today
"He's been terrific too. So give Barry trots in that group. A lot of credit. I said to you before gone. I think that trots is then, you know, he comes in is the most experienced revered kinda coach the honors of had in their franchise since Alar, which tells you a lot about how Ben so give him credit who knows if staying of a long term, but right now they are playing well our first place in the metropolitan division. I think there's fix it. Oh against their metropolitan division rivals this year. So they've just got to be thrilled with the way things are going. Now if you like offense, he Jay. And I know you're a big offense guy, and you see all the goals watch a game and watch. She game involving the avalanche. Because that that's almost like a football score. The Broncos are playing for God's sakes, a six five loss to Calgary which Calgary scores. Five goals in the third period, and then ban cougar and Colorado hook up on Friday night, the thrilling, you know, seven six win for Vancouver and overtime. So I like this avalanche team. But what's happened to the D there? Yeah. It hasn't been good. You always topic tobacco back. I thought the game against Calgary Thursday night. They weren't control the game. It was four to one late second and Ankole came across to deliver a big blow to Marchenko skiing lay them out. And when he did that Sam Bennett of right to cow skis the fence. And I thought it was a clean hit by by by coal. But it was one of those hit story that I was you know, I was thinking, you know, you didn't need to make that hit. They're always kind of woke up the bear little bit. You know, it's like you got Calgary. Now, you know teed off Bennett it gets right in their their team gets a motion. Will call as the getting a penalty. He got a five in a game for that. And I don't think he deserves it. But you know, the referees are repping in the ball. But that you know, they're trying to keep the game, you know, on the rails sort of speak, and you don't want the game to kinda get out of hand. So it just seemed like that was a play by coal that at that time and the game wasn't hit that I don't think he needed to make and again, it was a legal hit. And there wasn't really an injury Jankowski as far as I know. But it just got Calgary riled up. And then it got in there and fought coal, and then it just seemed Calgary and then they took advantage. They had power play opportunity because of it they took advantage, and then they got rolling. So so that was the first night and the second night playing in Vancouver saying the second of a back back. It's tough night. You're playing through our your backup who didn't make some of the players they needed to make in Vancouver just doesn't give up. So you know, when you have a lot of wildly talented guys in game. You maybe the best hockey in Colorado. And then you have you know, this group in Vancouver with Pettersen and and. Forbade, and and Besser and these guys, and so, you know, ended up being a wild shootout. I'm sure that you know in Colorado. They they wanna dial it back it'd be better on defense. But you know, they were on TV watch. That's for sure, but they are on defense, and they need to get better goaltending mall. We set up before what entertains the audience does not entertain the coaches. So they're going to go to work. I'm making sure that that stuff doesn't happen again. How about the coyotes they closed out the season? Well last year got off to a real slow start. Just couldn't score any goals..
"marchenko" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"You're young brain to keep up right. This feels like a pacifier. Everything like everything's becoming more democratized than anyone can get in on it now. So Instagram's like, actually, I guess with these filters in my phone, I can look pretend I'm photographer user cool and now the YouTube, it's like I can fill a space that usually child development experts were in. Right, and I'm just, this is my asinine idea for kids. I don't know where this is going to go, but I mean it really dependent upon the idea of like the screen like like how much screen. A kid or a baby could have access to or should have access to. And again, I have no kids, but I feel like I've heard fringe where teachers say something about kids not needing to see a screen for the first year or some two years. Two years now, saying two years, which is, I mean to me, it's like it's about right? Yeah. Get him started. Just going like mouth during. Let's get a little more rain likes to me from five months. They will if they enter a room and there's a screen on, they will find that and just stare into it. Right. You really have to work to keep them away because their screens everywhere. Now I hear my mom's voice like when I was a kid, I will watch our TV TV rod rain, rotten brains, rotting. Yeah, we'll look at me now. Yeah, I was just reading an article, maybe variety or something about how like now, Disney net flicks are going at each other to basically be the dominant force in child entertain because that's the wave now where they're like men. Parents are just throwing their kids in front of Netflix on a loop and it's better than YouTube because you're not gonna get ads, you know what the fuck they're going to get. It's not going to suddenly turn into like weird like bondage. Cartoons writer, man like Shrek we can regulate yet. And also if we have a sort of corporate responsibility, we can attempt to make programming that's challenging in active and require something from the viewer rather than just makes them, like you said, sit slack jawed and right gaze onto to look at the light. Yeah, Disney could pro- like they're saying, dizzy could pull the ultimate power move completely have all the, I mean all worthwhile kids content, but Netflix just commands so much of the market right that they're like, they're trying to see like, wonder how this out on Disney's has. A direct to consumer video service that they'll, you know their own Disney flay. Yeah, Disney play that a launch and could very well just changed the game completely. Right. There's also period between, you know, one and probably like three where they kids have no sense of quality. So they'll watch this middle of the road shitty animation that somebody made on their home computer instead of Pixar movie because it's just like, wait, so what will. But once they hit four, they're like, this ain't pixel. I mean, there must be a reason that Pixar movies are so good and Reid do so well Elliott. It's been a pleasure. Thank you for having me appreciate it. Where can people find you follow you? You can listen to my podcast. You're making it worse on I tunes or anyway, listen to podcasts. And then everything else is that Eliot Glazer and broad city is obviously on TV and also onto. Is there tweet that you've been enjoying. Yeah, Joni Marchenko I think is a producer, a famous producer and she posted. A picture of something that I think it was Marquette ski posted of her, like I'm not gonna even describe it the right way, but it was like her like a potato festival or something like autumnal and was like some like babe, look, I love potatoes just as much as you, but can you focus on like getting the vote down? So funny, babe. I love potatoes too. I'm obviously a paraphrasing, but right the tone of the tweet, right? What killed me. Miles. Where can people find you find me on Twitter and Instagram at miles of gray, couple tweets. I like one is shit. Okay. This one is from at p. riyal or Kyrie. Irving secret. Black girlfriend is rip.
Featherweight world titleholder Gary Russell Jr. - 'It's time to make it happen'
"The facts and together and it's going to be a good frenzied thank you very much john in nebraska get a going so what do you think about my boys no marchenko knocking on linear is you know what i'll say this when it comes through anytime boxing gets discussed on this program i'm always thrilled about it because emma man ufc usually have been getting the line share the attention anybody talking any kind of boxing i am in for example there's a talent featherweight world title holder gary russell junior he's a terrific fighter check out that fight against joseph diaz junior on saturday it could open the door for unification fight she had lemon shaneco what he was able to do stop inland narrowest with a tenth bound tko anytime boxing conversation makes the show jeff it is good for the soul it's good for the show and damage it's good for the country yes sir you should have zero concerns about ability the numbers he put up in his handful the starch last year for the texans are off the charts i do have a little bit of concern though about the second acl injury how's that leg gonna respond how's the speed going be move outside the pocket and make the same place if it can i'm with you i mean does shawn watson is a game changer for that franchise and he'll be the franchise guy for the next decade long as he's healthy and if he's healthy being that face of that franchise we've seen his ability when he went on the road in the seattle many people wondered about dealing with that crowd and doing that defense unity went the legion of boom of old and he straight them from quarter one unto quarter four and then he was out that after the next week twenty s i think he has all the makings of being the next star quarterback in the nfl davis sacramento what you got dave's cleaning fans i'm tired of you best lady between back and forth the.
"marchenko" Discussed on Mike Drop
"So that was the introduction to the whole seal thing and i remember talking to this dude who was a former marine at the college i went to and he said bro don't join just join have a purpose or the military will find a permanence for you and it sucks whatever the needs of whatever yeah so he said do some research this is mid nineties so there wasn't a lot of info out there he can't as youtube everything so it was still a mystery so i did what i could do to research stuff but i stumbled upon red cell and i was like holy shit these dudes are awesome and then i started to find out names and there was a couple of vietnam era books out there point man by patches watson of that book so just real quick thinner up at the for the listener red cell dick mar cinco that's seal team six basically when it started and for a lot of us you know a lot of us myself included read either rogue warrior or red cell combination dick marchenko was the commander of of seal team six in its inception basically and red cell was was a story where they basically tested the security elements parameters of different installations be at government military at cetera ships security stuff like that and that was their job was to try to infiltrate and test you name it i mean whether it was the highest level that the white house or whatever it was like they were tasked with doing that stuff so just you know so that you guys understand where that's coming from like for a lot of our guys in this in our era of the seal brotherhood the vietnam guys james patches watson and dick more cinco even carlos half cock and you know the vietnam veteran pipe fitter powerhouses at a huge huge influence there but sorry continued.
"marchenko" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"Certain ways putting women on the defensive around things which of couse won't be protected but also then source of taking them out of the realm of thinking about national security will thinking about the economy which also issues that impact women hugely but we get sort of marginalized fighting for things which we should be able to take for granted which is accessed to decent a healthca exactly should be a number and then of course equal pay equal rights and then i think young women are also alarmed at this particular president's rhetoric about women i know he says he cares about women he loves women women love him but it's it's a little depressing what's happened say the least yeah he's a nurse's sociopath okay chapter in the book about literally called hotspot narcissist how to spot that's a good one to stay i mean sadly i didn't right before the election i think narcissism is a huge problem these days my friend joining marchenko's wonderful writer we wrote a sitcom based around narcissism this past year but we we looked at it from a lot of different points of view but for us we were talking about narcissism and how that's one of the things that hides in plain sight a lot and you know it's so destructive in so many different ways semi say seductive that's exactly the goal is to see and then you'll completely compelled by them and the anew sort of held captive in spellbound and.
"marchenko" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Albert Breer
"Close to what's matt matthew stafford got if not a little more than that i could see of driving close to thirty million per year and i think part of this is going to depend on what he wants does he want the high ceiling on what are you could make as you want guarantees of the years free there is more than one piece to this contract but i certainly think that he's going to be getting somewhere between twenty five and thirty million dollars a year and i don't think the guarantee you'll get quite to a hundred million but i don't think it's going to be very far off finally questioned number six from cheese doodles dad that's at michael marchenko being browns fans pretty rough is there any hope yes there is route help absolutely there's help you got a good new general manager john dorsey coming in has learned his lesson as far as inter office politics the kind of thing that spelled the end for him and kansas city and a guy has always been a very good player a very good evaluator a football town and that guy goes into this offseason with an incredible incredible amount of capital seven picks in the first ninety seven four picks in the top forty five picks of the first three rounds over a hundred billion dollars to spend and the teams not i mean i know it sounds crazy because they're all sixty but i don't think the team is that far off they've got a good offensive line joe thomas j c te trader joba tonio kevin zeitler so that's a place could young running back duke johnson on the offense of side of the ball or on the defensive side of by a j b collins you a critic ercsi you got myles garrett there's the basis for a good team there i don't did that far off this is an important important offseasons though they've got to crush this offseason be this offseasons gotta be a grand slam and that's part of the reason why they chose the pull the plug on sashi brown when they did because they did trust him to handle that off season they're now put that the hands john dorsey will see oudjana dorsey does all right i appreciate you guys coming out because i said a digression she say to all of.