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"mark garrison" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"There's no there's no data there's nothing about for transmission in the idea that you can pick and choose your winters basically saying well you can go to a big box store you can go to target. You can go to any place indoors. Career marijuana use now i got nothing wrong but you can do all that stuff. But you can't sit outdoors and you can't do pasadena's done which is to say. Show me your idea from the same household and you can Six people in less than sit. All they've done is give pasadena is basically getting pasadena. Which is the county about like a massive influx of tax dollars and by the way from old town where all most of the restaurants in pasadena are to the county. Courthouse in is a short quarter of a mile walk. So i'm in a courthouse downtown. Where my mile walk my luck. I can't survive outdoors. But if i in filed in pasadena you could go for lunch when we're doing our hearing over the old town and you could dine out towards that says or that an eight minute Drive Between somebody who's living in. La wants to go to pasadena. Getting it makes any sense whatsoever. This is seriously. It's almost as if there's a institutional Early onset dementia politicians park what day. What day is the judge going to head out a decision. He's ordered the county. If you've got evidence. I'm jim you a week. Now you've got so friday at four thirty. We're whatever's from. My members are hearing tuesday at one thirty. I on a feeling of beyond with my tuesday at five. Okay we can hope thank you mark. Good work that's mark garrison s and of course. The is an attorney but he also owns a restaurant. He was part of the case today in court in l. a. county court bad between a judge before a judge named james chalfant along with the california restaurant association trying to undo the la county bannon outdoor dining and. We're curious to see what happens next. Because they didn't bring adequate proof that county didn't bring anything. Steve gregory is coming on next with the story about the la county health department. You gotta hear. John and ken show. Kfi.
"mark garrison" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"Thanks for listening to reasonable doubt. On podcast one. This is a reasonable doubt. With your hosts, Mark Garrison. And Adam. All right. So we're doing a special edition reasonable doubt. I'm at the Phoenix Airport right now waiting to get on a staff Westlife where are you mark? I'm still in new. York. Sitting in a lovely lovely office waiting to go to a boozy brunch and. Enjoy. Myself. Commemorate the passing I'm going to commemorate the passing of RB and listen to some opera. What before we commemorate that historic event I just WanNa tell you a personal serve because it'll make it'll make mark laugh. So I fly southwest and Mark Fleiss garrulous air one of the one of the jets he doesn't have a small one he has a medium and a large is like starbucks. I think going to you this morning. So you gotta set that you gotTa set the stage. I do shows last night at the Tempe Improv I get back to the hotel room about midnight were meeting out in the parking lot of a hotel at eight fifteen in the morning to hustle down to the airport. Now again, this is the opposite of flying. Private with Mark Arrogance, Mike August wraps me and Chris Locks them on off at the South West terminal he hustles the drop off the rental car because yes, take a shuttle in after he drops on rental car he drops us off it drops off with the equipment fag we got all the microphone recorders and everything and the merch fag but the merge bag has a case of my books in it because there was a case ship to the club and so we took books in the club sold about your books but bell seven extricates. So now I have to take this case each bag, the equipment case and the merge page both way over the fifty pounds allotted Sounds West. Otherwise, you have to pay seventy dollars extra. We can't do that. You have to smash cut to you and I was smiling thinking about you on your private jet. ME, and Chris Locks off at the southwest terminal with two. With two bags that are overweight. So as you do you start tolling out stuff from the bags and stuffing them into your bag in order to take the weight and distributed times to I'm bent over he chaining me. Ironically, I'm serving fifteen copies of my own book. And by the way I keep flipping over because I don't let the South West person to see me on the cover of this book with a backpack hanging and drool coming down trays and Chris Frantically pulling books out and Tandy. Huge pile of my own books and everyone is looking at and I thought marks GonNa. Love this because it's the. Antithesis of flying privately with Mark Darrow. It's I I. Just I don't know what to say I don't think I think at this point I would rather drive than fly commercially I?.
"mark garrison" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Because if it were around, there should be a one quarter second. All you know change in that gyroscope every hour, so they got one. And there was a one quarter second change they went. Where we need to be able to explain that we need to find a way to explain that. Rather than going Oh, we must be wrong. Update our our. Our conclusions, they go. They start arguing from conclusion. which is there are this flat? We got explain away this quarter. Second Change, right. That's that's a psychological process. That's not dumb. Psychological, mechanism. Calling dumb just should've street vernacular. Dumb I'm not I'm not I'm not going. Do I've not looked? I can't get people to rinse coffee mom. I'm not going to explain how. I WILL Say how life works. Because that's where you have to go, you have to literally go to their sense of how the world works and then go back to now. Why do you have the strange? I just cut them out. It's a lot of people now I end up talking to guys like you and my Mark Garrison folks like that a lot more than I do people that I don't get any traction explaining anything to them. Just imagining now that you're you're new garage is going to be like a clubhouse for people to hide out in. Without the strange thoughts. Well, you know If you take folks like. You know the folks like Kevin Han? Choi enjoy eating with and spending time with and WHO's GonNa. Come to the clubhouse and watch football games. We're not on the same page politically, but we both agree on this makes sense, versus that doesn't make sense. We're both intellectually honest, and so on, and so far so there is never any friction, or or any situation with with him and anyone else. Who feels that way I think mark garrison I may be. Far Apart on certain issues politically, but there's never any friction because he doesn't command that I obey his doctrine, right and I don't command that he obeys my doctorate..
"mark garrison" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"It's something that people out on the streets and at demonstrations are aware that you eliminate that risk entirely. Lockdown turn down the volume the presidential campaign, but now prepare for more campaigning from president. Trump I think we're gonNA start seeing more imprisoned campaign stops. He has put some fundraisers on his calendar and Joe Biden. Biden has gone into emerge from his home more frequently. It's Friday June fifth. I'm Mark Garrison with the Wall Street Journal and this is what's news. It was a day for remembrance in demonstration. Yesterday's as memorials for George. Floyd took place in marchers protest that they were largely peaceful, though some interactions with police are getting attention to police officers in buffalo were suspended without pay after being seen on video, knocking down a seventy five year, old man and New York, Mayor Bill. De blasios spoke to the city's police commissioner after video of police arresting a delivery worker got widespread attention. The mayor stress. That food delivery is essential work. Work exempt from the curfew. There are always risks to protesting, but the current pandemic adds a new layer of danger, those seeking to be heard and the police on the scene. Journal reporter Stephanie Yang is in New York with more epidemiologists have said you know use of tear gas or other respiratory irritants can cause induce coughing, which is another way of potentially exacerbating the spread, so you know some experts have advised not to use those kinds of deterrence. Other people have said. In order to cut down on shouting, maybe bring a noisemaker to eliminate that risk of spitting or producing those droplets that can then spread to someone else you know. A lot of people are wearing face masks. There should bring hand sanitizer. The are trying to be very aware of their spacing from other people, but at the same time because of the nature of the virus, and that it's a symptomatic in some people and also. Also is very contagious. I think it's something that people out on the streets and at demonstrations are aware that you can't eliminate that risk. Entirely two major studies casting doubt on the effectiveness of anti-malaria drugs against covid nineteen have been retracted both examinations of hydroxy, chloroquine and chloroquine relied on data from a company founded by one of the authors, some researchers the company surges, fear wouldn't share the full data set after concerns triggered. Triggered Review Dr Sapan. DECI study author and founder of surges. Fear declined to comment yesterday. We've dug into some numbers on distribution of the covert nineteen. Drug Rim Desa Vir federal government sent nearly half a million doses two states over three weeks last month, but there are still tens of thousands of patients who haven't been able to get the treatment setting need to stimulate the economy during the pandemic president. Trump is ordering federal. Federal Agencies to sidestep environmental reviews to expedite highways, pipelines and other major projects the order will we get challenged in court? The latest moves are in line with goals. The trump administration began pursuing before the pandemic to rollback some environmental regulations for energy and other industries. A criminal probe is underway and Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared a state of emergency following a massive fuel leak from a power station in the Arctic some. Thousand tons of fuel has poured into the soil and water. The company that runs the facility says it reported the incident in a timely manner. The head of the power plant was arrested. He couldn't be reached for comment in just a moment. TESLA'S ILAN mosque launches a new attack on Amazon founder Jeff bezos. Today we'll get the jobs report. for May, forecasters expect millions of additional job cuts, potentially pushing the unemployment rate to twenty percent or more Europe's breaking out the artillery and its attempt to reverse the economic damage of the pandemic shutdowns, the new moves to expand bond buying puts the European. Central Bank in line with the Fed David Harry is in London with more so the your hit his highest level against the dollar in almost three months on Tuesday yields on seven European debt also. With investors seemingly pretty happy about the European Central Bank's expansion of his bond buying program, the unanimously voted to increase the size of its pandemic emergency purchase program. It's not going to buy as much as one point. Three five trillion euros of government and corporate debt throughout the euro zone through to the period of June twenty, twenty, one that puts the DB's stimulus effort on a Paul with the federal. Reserve's initially during this crisis, these be locked behind the US in of the amount of firepower. It was waiting to throw at this crisis, but over the past week it's become increasingly bold in it. Stimulus mashes. Tesla's CEO. Elon Musk calls Amazon a monopoly that should be broken up. He criticized the company. Founder Jeff bezos after an author complained that Amazon rejected his submission for a book that questions whether the Corona virus is as deadly as public health experts say Amazon later said the book was removed accidentally and being reinstated. It didn't respond to Musk's claim that it was Napoli Musk and bazo share and expensive taste for space exploration, and have something of a rivalry with occasional swipes taken over the years, some bailed some not after a short break, the big election twenty twenty developments, you might have missed while the pandemic and the protests captured headlines..
"mark garrison" Discussed on WSJ What's News
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"mark garrison" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Those were not recent deaths but actually people who just weren't being counted to help us understand what's going on our Charlie. Turner spoke with Journal Reporter. Katie Honan Katie. What can you tell us about these thousands of deaths? Why hadn't the city including them in its count? The city had previously only been counting people who were testing positive who had tested positive for the virus. And that's the kind of the difference and that's why the numbers there was such a a spike of the more than thirty seven hundred deaths. That were counted on Tuesday. There are many who actually died in hospitals but hadn't been tested died in ers which shows just how desperate some of these situations are. People are dying waiting rooms and their dining ers without getting tested. There are also those who died at home died because they couldn't get admitted or couldn't get tests and more stockers. There's actually thousands of more. That could eventually be added to this cove in. Nineteen death count. That was something like a fifty percent upward revision in one day. Why Did New York City make this change now? I think there was pressure. Also think you know there was external pressure. There were people asking for it. There were reports of the uncounted dead. And then I also think the city like so many of us may just be overwhelmed with the sheer counting of everything and figuring out how people will get counted and and which ones fall into that category. Obviously there's still red tape even during a pandemic so it needs to go to the office of the Chief Medical Examiner's office and all these other kind of Paperwork and files to figure out just the the actual cause of death. What we're some of the characteristics of these deaths did these people have anything in common. Yeah of the three families in the three victims who we spoke about an who we reported on. They kind of varied varied in age. They varied in previous health issues. Some of the people felt fine. They feel asset and that was sort of shows how confusing this virus can be because people have a range of symptoms and it can be difficult for some people to really gauge. How bad it is and how much help they should get. And that's been the the trail through a lot of these patients who die is New York going to change how it accounts for home. Deaths like these going forward mayor. Bill de Blasio on Wednesday said that the city going forward. We'll try to be as transparent as possible. It's been really slow on the part of the city to release a lot of information. It took them a while to even release the number of deaths in cases of took them a while to release the race information about the victims or the ZIP code information so for for weeks. We didn't know where these deaths in these positive cases were coming but merit Abbasi and and the Department of Health have promised to be more transparent. They're trying to get everything together. Got All this data out to be as accurate as possible. So that's what the city is said. And I mean there could be even more added to the list because there are still thousands who have died that either. They're not confirmed and they're also not what they call probable so I think the number will just continue to go up beyond the new data set. We'll see Wall Street Journal reporter Katie. Honan thanks a lot. Thanks for having me. We are here to answer your questions about the corona virus pandemic call three one five nine nine two eight two nine eight and leave your question on our voicemail we will have our reporters and experts get answers and that is what's news for this morning if you like our show please rate and review. Us wherever you get your podcasts. We'll be back with another updated. Podcast this evening and we will keep covering the pandemic and other stories on wsj.com and our APP. I'm Mark Garrison with the Wall Street Journal. Thanks for listening..
"mark garrison" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"All Hashtag alone together brought to you by the Ad Council. The CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC MEANS AMERICAN. Schools are now forced into teaching more than fifty million children remotely opening up a range of new challenges. There's even disagreement among educators over one of the most basic things taking attendance are Charlie. Turner spoke with Journal Education Reporter Tunnel. Hobbs talk about why attendance is important and not just for the obvious reason. The kids need to go to class. The reason why some district still want to take attendance is because some of them will use that to determine participation they're going to use it to termine obviously grades. You know how these students are performing but they might need to use that determined. She we pass the student to the next grade or should get to graduate This is a way that districts are trying to basically to keep the students engaged. Keep them learning especially students who are already felling. They want those students to try to bring up their grades or to try to show an effort tunnel. It seems like school. Districts had to set up remote learning on the fly since the pandemic led to an abrupt shutdown of schools. So what are some of the ways? Schools take attendance for remote. Learning what school districts are doing. The ones that the school districts that already had a jump start like their students already had laptops in hot spots They are the ones that I see taking the attendance when students log into actually work. District's that art setup. All other students don't have laptops Wifi. What I noticed these district's doing is. They're handing out packages of Information. Just hard copies. They are allowing parents to call in and vouch for their children. Participate in that day. Some of them aren't taking attendance at all and some of them are basically gauging attendance. On you know progress. The student makes during that week and does it also depend on whether the school district has economically disadvantaged children in some cases that is you when you see the district that are in more affluent areas. They have an easier time with online. Learning it's not just because the school system is handing out laptops because a lot of time already have those devices at home they already have the Internet at home for instance here in Dallas in Dallas. There are a lot of low income students but that district started several years ago. Just getting laptops out there to the kids. So they were pretty advanced in their wireless program. But you have some districts that just. Aren't that far long tunnel. Why don't you go more into why? Some districts are more successful than others when it comes to getting students to log in for class. The reason why some districts are more successful than others because those districts have typically. They've already started their technology programs several years ago where they've tried to outfit all the kids with laptops or tablets or Wi fi just to start their online programs and this is before the Krahn virus showed up so these districts almost had a head start in a way whereas other districts. A lot of districts right now are kind of playing catch up. They're out there buying thousands of laptops just to try to get their online programs going. But if you haven't practiced for this or you haven't planned for. It's it's it's just not as easy as going out buying a laptop everybody has to be trained in it. The students have to not use it. The teachers have to learn how to use the programs to teach so it is very challenging but the district's that I have noticed that we're able to make easier transition into online. Learning are the ones that had already started building up their technology programs before this even happened Wall Street Journal. Education reporter tunnel. Hobbs thanks a lot thank you. We are here to answer your questions about the corona virus pandemic call three one five nine nine two eight two nine eight and leave your question on our voicemail we will have our reporters and experts. Get you answers and that is what's news this morning. We'll be back with another updated. Podcast this evening and we'll keep covering the pandemic and other stories on wsj.com and our APP. I'm Mark Garrison with the Wall Street Journal. Thanks.
"mark garrison" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Right checking in five five at three attorneys who are representing the Sendero brothers were in the studio with us just a little bit ago. They learn and telling us how they are going to be suing Jesse Sma. Let's attorneys Mark garrison his legal partner. I the names of the Sendero brothers. They did not conspire because they were not part of calling the police and defrauding the police. So if I were to say, hey, why don't I give you five dollars? And I have you pour bleach on me that that you collect in the hot sauce bottle from your house. That's not a crime. It may be weird. But it's not a crime. And once you are a part of actually, hey, let's call the police together. Let's file a complaint together. Let's lie and say these were white people when we were when we know that it was us. That's different. That's when you become jammed up. As you said, that's when you become a co conspirator, but they're not that. I don't know if I'm not sure that that's exactly how the public's going to see this. But. Tie the question. I as well, aren't you jamming them up by bringing this up again because they took part in the scheme. And that's her answering, but market gear goes to be to be fair. I mean, look he's he's he's one of the celebrity LA attorneys who went after the police department went after the city sort of fan the flames of racial tensions. When after the brothers went after everyone except for the guy who all the authorities in. This town say was responsible for this hugely orchestrated lie coming.
"mark garrison" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"It's pretty close to a perfect week. It is a really good week. This is this is for you. And since since Cavanaugh, I've not been this is even on the green new deal. We should this story went unreported. But it happened during the throws it actually happened on the greatest day ever when you were out you were getting and well, we missed one of these right because when I was having it. So I go into getting daas copay because I have SAFA giants which is weird Southfield things. And I I go in I get drug, and I as as I come out of my drug induced coma, I read that Michael Evans has been arrested, and I thought to myself this can't be happening like on the same day, they released the Miller report. Michael avenue d has been arrested for running the stupidest scam in legitimately all of human history. And greg. Really happened. Right. Was getting don't Don by stormy Daniels. Right. Who saying yeah, he was a crappy who's a crappy lawyer and I legitimately woke up and I thought like Michael Jackson. I died of appropriate. I don't know. What's going? I don't forget. It's not so everybody who was on CNN and MSNBC one hundred eight times between last March and last night one hundred one hundred eight times Evans goes down frequency and guest. His co conspirator is Mark garrison CNN legal analyst he goes down in the scheme. And then I'm reading I'm literally just reading the news as I'm on the air. And I see this little under reported story. The world's fastest melting glacier. We're getting ready for the green new deal vote. The world's fastest melting glacier on Monday, stopped Melton..
"mark garrison" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"It's pretty close to a perfect week. It is a really good week. This is this is. Yeah. And since since Cavanaugh, I've not been is even on the green new deal. We should this story went unreported. But it happened during the throws it actually happened on the greatest day ever when you were out you were getting and well, we missed one of these right because I was having it. So I go into getting daas copay because I have SAFA giants, which is weird salvage Southfield things. And I go in I get drugged. And I as as I come out of my drug induced coma, I read that Michael Evans has been arrested in all and I thought to myself this can't be happening like on the same day, they released the Miller report. Michael avenue has been arrested for running the stupidest scam in legitimately all of human history grid. Putting really happened. Right. It's getting Dotan by stormy Daniels. Right. Who's saying, yeah. He was a crappy who's a crappy lawyer and I legitimately woke up and I thought like Michael Jackson. I died of appropriate. I don't know. What's going? I don't forget. It's not so everybody who was on CNN and MSNBC one hundred eight times between last March and last one hundred one hundred eight times Evans goes down frequency and end guest. His co conspirator is Mark garrison CNN legal analyst he goes down in the scheme. And then I'm reading literally just reading the news as I'm on the air. And I see this little under reported story. The world's fastest melting glacier. We're getting ready for the green new deal vote. The world's fastest melting glacier on Monday stopped melting..
"mark garrison" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"You. Rush Limbaugh and the network as usual half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair. We we've got a couple more soundbites on smell out here. But I want to get started on the phones we always circle back to the waiter Tabassum, California. I greg. You're next. Hello, sir. Hi, rush. I'll get right to my point. I think you missed the superintendent James Komi moment yesterday. He did everything James Comey did with Hillary Clinton and laying out the case against small it. And then he said, quote, absolute Justice would be an apology to this city that he smeared admitting what he did. And then be man enough to offer up what he should offer up in terms of all the resources that were put into this. So he's saying the absolute app, your lays out the case. He wants absolute he thinks absolute Justice, which would be a simple apology to the city of Chicago. And then to offer up some kind of payment four for all the all the expensive. They had an investigating this thing. I'll tell you what absolute Justice would be throw the book at this guy. Because he he was he was committing a hate crime. Well, that's what your cargo prosecuted the term hate crime. I think a crime is a crime like you said the other day, but this guy he didn't offend just the city of Chicago. He offended every one of us Trump supporters. If. He's gonna apologize. If somebody he needs to apologize to us. Well, I totally agree with that. But Chicago's not going easy on the guy. The police chief doesn't charge the police chief collects the evidence he announced what they had the prosecutors are throwing the book at the guy. I don't know what penalties that they are seeking here. But they they read four pages of explanation of what evidence they had if smell at doing it doesn't appear that the prosecutors in Chicago going easy on the guy at all. Now. I I agree with you that the one element that the police superintendent did not did not recognize her mentioned is the actual targets of this whole thing. And that's Trump and his supporters. I couldn't agree with you more about that. Well, I guess my biggest my biggest problem is where he says absolute Justice absolute Justice would be an apology to the city. You know, he's he's he's setting it up. So wait a minute. I can understand your rage at the prosecutors were not going to do anything to the guy. Well, I I'm sure that prosecutors are going to go after them because it's so high profile, and and they've got to do it now. But my point is is that the superintendent laid out this case, and then he laid the groundwork by saying intimating that if he just apologizes that would be absolute Justice really the way to get around. All this is the guy that just simply apologize, and then offer up something to the city of Chicago for all the the expense, and and work that they laid into to doing the investigation. I'm just saying he's laying the ground. I'm not saying they're not going to go after the guy prosecute them. I think they have to. But I think he's laying the groundwork for circling wagons making him feel like a victim. You know? Hey, you don't have the guy just apologizes. You know, maybe we can go a little bit easier on the lie. I look I understand what you're saying about. Trying to tie this to call me. But it really what Comey said was the final word Komi assumed the role of prosecutor because the actual attorney general was corrupted she had met with Hillary Clinton's husband in a jet on a tarmac at the airport in Phoenix. So commies words were the last words she's not going to be prosecuted? Nobody would prosecute here because we can't find intent. And that's where it ended. It doesn't end when the police chief or superintendent I want to nitpick with you here. But the police chief can say all day, what he thinks total Justice would be and it's not going to have a thing to do with what the prosecutors do theoretically. The prosecutors read the riot act. Now, we still don't know how this is going to end up and what they're actually going to pursue. He's got the celebrity lawyer, Mark garrison his firm, and who knows what kind of deal may yet be struck a plea or what have you Maury? Important to me than the police superintendent is the ongoing effort here to nullify. What's Millette didn't redefine justify it? By the media, forget, the Democrats, you wouldn't expect that the media is laying the groundwork to ultimately justify what he did. Because it's Trump's fault that he wanted to do it because it's Trump's fault that he's mad because it's Trump's fault that everybody's become racist in America. That's where the damage here is being done. And that's where the damage has been done since Trump entered the race. The media is doing the damage. The media is destroying. The ability of the public to consume truth and evidence about virtually any story in politics happening to them. You're listening to Rush Limbaugh.
"mark garrison" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Pretty one thirty Carolina up a point on Miami. At the break, Dave Nathan back with you. For more of the Wells Fargo halftime show. The tar heels ripping the cords from deep early three consecutive three-pointers. The first of which Kobe white took shot off the Mark garrison Brooks with the strong board for Carolina heels have not scored in the half court there. Two buckets have been on steals and run out. Dumps seeping gets a half court offense moving Kobe white on the left wing cut off on the drive by like spins back out kicks it left corner to maye pump fake on the back out to white his long. That was the first of the three early threes this second while the seer little from deep Johnston pumps take for three on the right side line is going to attack the ramp misses the shot offense. Rebound though, garrison Brooks saves it out to the little on the left wing this year drives to the baseline. I'll send it back out. The Robinson reset back to seventh woods kicks it. Over to little still twenty on the shot clock. Little is gonna pull up for the three gas Little's loan. Three of the first half is Carolina leaves by point thirty one thirty that triple made it fourteen twelve this one from Luke maye kept the tar heels up adduce plot of traffic in the post. This little has it outside the arc left side works at right side the woods now a pie to may rhythm three. Luke maye so far so good for the huntersville senior, twelve points five boards to lead the way for the tar heels but Nasiri little back to the freshman. We go gave the tar heels. Their biggest lead of the first half part can't finish through contact us. Here. Little comes up with a loose. Little head a steep heads to the cop and laze. Twenty.
"mark garrison" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"For everyone to enjoy a hunt brothers pizza. Fifteen minutes. Fifty five seconds to go. First half Miami with an early eight four lead over the tar heels. Big thanks to North Carolina's electric cooperatives for sponsoring today's game. Carolina athletics. Want to thank our friends at North Carolina's electric cooperatives for their kid you'd support reminder about ROY Williams live Monday nights, top of the hill restaurant downtown Chapel Hill this upcoming week. We'll be there on Tuesday. Carolina plays Monday night against for Jinnah. We'll have that game on the tar heel sports network. Of course in the top on Tuesday nights this upcoming week eight four Miami with the lead and the basketball Lawrence. Why off this act Johnson the Florida Gulf Coast transfer between the rings fifteen on the shot clock. Back to Lawrence left-wing, you'll penetrate into the post bounces to do its hook shot off. The Mark garrison Brooks with the strong board for Carolina heels have not scored in the half court there. Two buckets have been on steals and run out. Dumps seeping gets a half court offense movies. Kobe white on the left wing cut off. On the drive by like, spins back out kicks it left corner. To maye pump fake on the three back out to white his long. A little bit extra movement just crowded the defense enough to make them back and forth back and forth until you broke free. Don't see Luke maye turn down the out. He had which was pretty open. But think he knew why was going to happen. Even more open shot if he just took one extra pace, I three pointer by either team makes it eight seven Miami Lawrence on the hard drive gets five. May again started at the right wing drove to the left side of the hoop and laid it in nearly impossible from twenty feet to defend a drive or by yourself. Another turnover by Kobe white turns into a run out for Zach Johnson. His shot is no good. But the tip in by Xundu is Coby white couple of turnovers already three turnovers for white Carolina has four as a team in the heels are down five white passes up high to Cameron Johnson his long to foot on the line is good against the sea level. Johnson's first shot, and I make makes it twelve to nine, but Eric can a tough shot. The seal bitch was there Carolina's having a tough time in the half court getting open looks right now, but it may may start to loosen up a little bit of that defense. More guys make shots from Kobe or Cameron Lawrence on the drive by may misses the shot, and it may just hugged by a couple of hurricanes on the rebound Lawrenson Xundu kind of sandwich them, not sure who the be on Xundu his I asked the first foul on Miami score twelve nine canes and Kobe white skin a checkout. Seventh woods enters. That's the only. Hold on. Now garrison. Brooks is also out in little has entered. So the heels woods Williams. Johnson. Little and may Miami has brought Sam award in Bergen the redshirt sophomore from New Zealand to replace these twelve nine hurricanes thirteen forty five to go in the first half little on the right sideline. Jab step at Wartenberg puts the ball of the ground now, oh backup. Seventh woods to an open. Cameron. Johnson is three is off. The Mark rebound knocked out of bounds by Lawrence, but hold on. Roger airs is gonna come in from in front of the Miami bench and say, no, it was a tarheel who touched it lasts Lawrence. Who's in front of both Kenny Williams? Luke maye. We're going to get a good look at the replay to. Didn't didn't appear to be the way it was called. But goes on. I think Tony Henderson had that. Call correct initially which was should have been tar heel ball. But anyway, now, there's a travel on the other end has been a bit of a makeup as Wartburg drove in from the left corner stopped at the left elbow and was whistled for the travel. That's four turnovers now on each team. Toby white has three of those for Carolina a bitch has two of the four four Miami twelve nine hurricanes. Carolina just four of ten from the floor and getting out rebounded right now as well. Seven to five. Seven was in the frontcourt for Carolina's gonna attack left to the lane. Throws his body into Lawrence and misses the shot. Off the backboard play really did most of that nicely. But couldn't finish Lawrence. A transition. Three is no good. Luke maye with the rebound for Carolina. He'll get it to seventh woods. He comes frontside on the left bounce in the post just outside the lane left lane to Cameron Johnson. Now, he'll backup outside the art passes. Again, download may he's doubles team saves it out to woods extra past the Kenny Williams in the right corner to Cameron Johnson for the time. No good, Anthony Lawrence with the rebound. Heels just one of five from behind the arc in four of twelve from the field or a kid Kinney's past who's just a little bit off per cam-. I mean, it was a really quick rotation. I feel like if Cameron caught that it would have been in rhythm if it were right in front of him. But it didn't he had to reach for it. And that kind of kept him from being able to really go into flow three pointer. For Miami's Johnson is no. Goodness. Little snatches, the rebound for Carolina is here is going to bring it up the cord on his own dribble. Sees a sliver of daylight. He Wartenberg collide. And it's going to be a foul on Wartenberg his first second on Miami. And no shots coming. I don't think I believe little was just drip. Oh, no. They're going to say he was in the act of shooting. So two shots coming for Nasiri. Little clock stops at twelve. Oh, five with Miami up twelve deny multiple subs. Carolina brings garrison Brooks back in Brandon Robinson enters the game for the first time. He's Xundu back in the action for Miami. And Anthony Mack. Is back in as well. Now Roger errors. Has blown the whistle and wants to go to the monitor for something. To check something out twelve nine Miami. With the lead. Carolina has not scored in two minutes and eleven seconds. It is a slow offense. If start for the heels just four of twelve shooting and one of five from three Miami's five of thirteen from the field, also Miami outrebounding Carolina nine seven thus far. Now, they will say it was not a shooting foul. Nazir little. Think you was when it happened. And so. Officials have changed that call. So instead a little getting two free throws. It'll just be a inbound on the right baseline for seventh woods. Everybody needs a little bit of a turnover. Check. Wakeup call here early Saturday morning match up in the ACC little on the right side line against ward. Wartburg tries to crossover goes into the paint. Big jump stop and gets the role little. Couple of times. Now, he's been isolated against warden. Bernie just looks like he wants to go as soon as he gets it. He feels like he has an advantage there twelve eleven you got shooters on the court. I mean, you don't have your entire repertoire shooters. But you've got enough shooters out there that they can't just what's happened with Carolina's. They watched Lawrence drive into the middle because you got shooters on the wings. If you help you got open shots Johnson on the drive his corner past hit by Brandon Robinson is seventh. Woods woods banged down in transition for the open court foul. Boy did good job even with that of maintain a ball. You know, the whistle had blown, but he continued to get contacting continued to hold it. Under control the fouls on sack Johnson out near the time line is I in to an official time out eleven eighteen to go first app. Miami twelve Carolina eleven hurricanes. Mary deliberate offensively so far. Trying to learn some clock every time they have them all want from learfield..
"mark garrison" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Like like, one of the things even that he got like sixty percent of the absentee vote in the county. But like only like I think twenty percent of the mail in ballots were requested by Republicans. So like one over and in just a a wild number of independence and Democrats apparently by that math. But now like as people have slowly begin to put their eyes on the store and began ask. Questions. We're getting more and more details soap from up top. We saw that seemed like a group of eight people one of the big smoking gun things that eight people were signing on as witnesses to people's ballots, which you need to sort of be like, okay, this person like it was in witness of these other people we can say that this was like a proper ballot or whatever that it was like eight people who were the wind is only like one hundred thirty ballots or something like that. And now some reporters, I think local news people went around and found tried to track down these eight people to try and see like, okay, what's at the heart of this. They spoke with two people and these women were like, obviously, just people who this guy dug up to go around and steal people's ballots, essentially 'cause they asked, hey, so what do, you know about your work with this GOP operative, this consultant, Leslie McRae, Dallas? And they're like, well, you know, I was just paid to go to I had a list of addresses. I would push for them to maybe support the candidate Mark Harris or the sheriff McVicar, and then I would take their back. And then I wouldn't mail it off or whatever I would just give it back to Dallas. And then I don't know what happened why? And they're not even if it to cover up what we do believe this the dislike it would just I just did as is told newly. Yeah. When I think these people were because they didn't they're like, do, you know, you can't do I didn't know they were paying me like a hundred bucks a week to do this. So clearly wasn't even like the kind of pay that you give people are like yo what we're doing is wildly illegal, right? If you've got know pay, you whatever you need. But with this at the table a lot of these people were like distant relatives of him. His stepdaughters been implicated in it to where she denied it when they asked for comment, they're like, but we have like affidavits from people who when we showed them your photo. They said, yeah, that was the woman who came to get the thing. But again, hey, it gets shadier and shadier and then BuzzFeed published an article, I think yesterday the day before that gives us sort of a peek into the inner workings of this thing where I guess this guy, you know, he was getting a lot of cash from the candidate. Mark Harrison was this using cash to pay these people to go pick them up and the candidate himself was giving him. He was painting because he was a consultant, and then and there are a few other people on that ticket. I'm sure of the sheriff McVicar was also using him as well. Because I don't think he was just having them. You know, be endorsed or have the people who are picking up the bouts named check him when they're like, please support Mark garrison sheriff McVicar, so in this thing they're saying like a lot of people like even the people that were. Working on it like some were like addicted to opioids like there's are quote from this BuzzFeed articles at one worker, she said was so fucking high the other day, she passed out at the fucking computer, one of the workers who collected absentee ballots from residents was a quote pill head she said, and then they go on to sort of saying this woman, they spoke to said my job at the office was I read emails, and I counted how many Republicans Democrats in non affiliated people voted everyday. I added up how many voted that day wrote it on piece of paper, then they read it. And then I don't know what they did with it. And then so they were like tracking stuff maybe to like adjust. What the levels of shenanigans our current for lack of a better word there isn't a bit of wood..
"mark garrison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Exa all the time captain exa hot name these days. He's very regards to the president. I don't think we'll see the president wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey anytime soon. But our guys over at TMZ caught up with his attorney. Mark garrison. Gary goes kind of spoke a little bit about what teams Colin Kaepernick could be playing for. It's a few minutes here. But I want you to listen to this because it is quite interesting again, this is called Catholics attorney Marc era goes in a way kind of spilling the beans a little bit. So let's go play this audio again. This is Colin Kaepernick attorney Mark Garrett goes wanna know y'all in it is you're gonna play again this season. Okay. This is what I'm going to predict I've been pilloried for the idea that he said a year ago. He's going to get a contract in ten days. I would just say stay too. That next week. Okay news, like he might be signing. That's all that's as far as I'm gonna go. What's giving you this confidence? I look you ever heard of attorney client privilege. Is he watching the NFL this season? Yeah. I think you can see that. If you take a look at his is there like a particular Instagram? He's watching the my team. Okay. For stills the other guys who are kneeling. Yeah. Absolutely coloniser. They they watch and Eric watches, and so yeah. The guys are fans and players. So he likes the dolphins evening. You might want to join the dolphins. I wouldn't say join the dolphins. I've got two other teams. That will remain nameless. I'll come on give us a hint. I'll just say this afoul Davis who's still alive. That's all. I'm gonna say. Oh, wow. Did you hear that meek? Mill wants to do a he's he's going to do an anthem Colin Kaepernick anthem. I've heard that you know, who mcmil was visited by when he was in custody. Tell the folks at home. Bingo. This guy knows everything. What does this support of LeBron James? Icon, just like call the two of the greatest not just sports players. They absolutely I think transcends sports cultural like, oh can we get a clarification? Are we going to get a Colin Kaepernick shoe out of night? Yes, we are. You want answers to every day to cliffhangers wins the collusion case, it's not going to affect his chance of landing the NFL. Again, I'm under protective order, Katya. There you go Mark era goes courtesy of TMZ.
"mark garrison" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Who your lawyer is doesn't it. Speaking. Of lawyers. Let's get to the best one in the business right now sports and the, courts and the attorney great Brian Oxman what's. Up Brian where. You got good old. Colin Kaepernick going. Through the Mark Garrett, goes treatment and let me tell, you I like Mark he is my friend I know that and without a question he is a very fine lawyer but you've. Got Colin Kaepernick in the middle of this controversy where he's filed a an unfair labor practices claim. Against the NFL it went to an, arbitrator and we found calling Kabir Nick in Philadelphia at the university. Of Pennsylvania he is being subjected. To, a summary judgment proceeding in, that arbitration where he and my good buddy Mark your gross are likely to lose now John. Elway said. This week Brian Oxman that, in two thousand sixteen he offered Colin Kaepernick Contract of seven million dollars a year of course cabernet had one year left at twelve million, guaranteed from the forty Niners and he didn't want to take a five million dollar. A year pay-cut, Nell way said to him we'll take the, cut you? Can play this. Year you can start him from that point if you have, some if you believe in yourself from. That. Point all. We can negotiate a bigger deal but he wasn't interested in that and then, John Elway said well I don't know if. I'm violating the. Law here because it. Was said in. A deposition Mark garrison, was trying to say that John, Elway violated a nondisclosure agreement for talking about what happened in a deposition so what's the truth on all this the answer is. Too bad so sad nothing's going to happen to John Elway the result here is that the arbitrator. Who is a university of Pennsylvania professor, of law and he is been appointed by the NFL with the. Agreement of Mark your goals and. He, is to sit ads the, person who is supposed to make the decision in this case He issued a gag order and I called gag orders the cruelest joke, of the mall because. They just don't work they're. Dumb they are too broad in almost. Every sense this guy Gordon says that nobody involved in the case, can talk about the case at all, in public well that's an infringement. Of the first amendment that's, not, what gag orders are supposed to do they're supposed to stop people from prejudicing the decision, and let me tell you something to prejudice this professor from the university of Pennsylvania and mansard just no way it's. Not going to happen okay but the? Question is can you say. Anything Mark, Darrow goes can you get up on. Your soapbox on the corner and starts spewing about this case Ken John Elway who did a deposition can he spew about the case and the answer is yes cause there, ain't no court order Dave you gotta have a court order not an arbitrator's order. Arbitrators can't hold Did you in contempt only a judge can do that and so Elway. Is completely out of the. Woods can say any dang thing that he wants to does this. Hurt the collusion case the fact that he turned. Down now this was before he started kneeling I think this was. Before the two thousand sixteen season but does this hurt the. Collusion case. When he turned down the offer from the. Denver Broncos you bet I mean Elway offered him seven million dollars Cowper Nick didn't want it Cameron says. Wait, a minute I I can just sit. On my little rear end here and get twelve. Million dollars from the San Francisco forty Niners pursuant, to my last year my contract I don't need to take a pay cut and worked for Denver and Elway. Said okay I gave him. The. Chance I mean we, offered him the thing I I didn't, discriminate against him I didn't collude to exclude them we looked at the dollars in the, sense and that's, what we were going? To offer them and that's what? We did I ain't it, absolutely blows the collusion case out, of. The water I don't think capper, Nick has a chance. Now they're saying Well where Elway might get. Into some hot water is well you know Blake. Abrupt Brock Osweiler who who was going to be the era parent Peyton Manning when, he retired was offered a huge contract he took more from the Houston. Texans and laughed he was a bus there he got, traded to the Cleveland Browns who didn't want him the Browns released him and paid off the. Sixteen million. Dollars he, was owed and then Elway brought Osweiler. Back to be a. Backup quarterback, after he left. Him, so people are saying hey look that he took Aswa they're back and it didn't take apper Nick back well I think the differences Bryant cabernet, was gonna, make seven million in Osweiler was making seven hundred thousand the league met him but, I, think people aren't talking about. You come, on this is the the. The, game is dollars and sense. The game is making a profit. And owners this is the problem with the owners they treat the players like they're pieces of. Meat they trade them like. They were little game cards in a monopoly game and they're absolutely. Meaningless but that's the name of the game it's. Making money And the fact is is. That they could make, money, with off wiler as a. Backup quarterback in Denver they couldn't make money if. They, paid capper Nick his twelve million dollars they. Could make money if they paid him to seven million dollars and to say, that this is collusion no no no no no this, is what the NFL is all about treating players like. You're a piece of meat and that's the. Way it is now Brian today the. New ESPN president Jimmy Petar made a statement here. That the network will now not show the national anthem during Monday night, football is a I. Guess he thinks that will make any. Difference at all Some more politically, correct nonsense here Brian does he think we're living in one thousand nine hundred eighty five I mean so. What, did, they, don't, show. The national anthem on TV they're seventy thousand. People in the stands with iphones the lobby, holding them up filming the players who are kneeling, filming the players who, are raising their fists filming players who come out of a locker room it'll be up on social media. In about five, seconds how does he think this'll do any good not so Thing called the. Internet and and and and I understand that. There's this Instagram thing I don't know. What it's all, about but it's brand new Dave I have you ever done it. Instagram yeah back in eighty, five you might be able to cover this thing up. Not these days, this is ridiculous it is sort of silly here's the bottom line of it the hall of fame game was played with eighteen percent down ratings. From, the year before and that was thirty eight percent down from two. Thousand fifteen, it's having a terrible impact on the NFL this protest is? Getting to the league now last week the Redskins versus the, jets game actually, had an increase in ratings they, had two point five six million viewers and that's up from the year before so you see. It's kinda hard exactly to say what it is that. This protest is actually going to have an, impact on On the bottom line is the owners have got to stop worrying about. This they need to get their players, involved in the game, and, the idea that ESPN is just, gonna? Shut. Its eyes by not. Broadcasting the national anthem number one is disrespectful to, the national anthem. I mean it's. Tradition this is what we. Do at football games and then. And then if it's the play offs or or the Rosebowl the p two bomber comes, flying in right at the end I mean it's a big. Deal and ESPN says no no no we're. Not gonna do that I think it's. Disrespectful number one, and number two it's not solving the problem people are still going. To know about the the, NFL protest the kneeling number three guaranteed Donald Trump is. Not gonna let, this go away it'll make it worse look ESPN trying to cover up when when it'll be up on social I can't, wait, to, hold, of this it's gotta be. Good hey Brian when we come. Back the urban, Meyer situation evidently we're going. To have a resolution tomorrow on Sunday it'll be announced what's. Exactly going to happen to. Him during the week but. Oh my God Courtney. Smith we might have. Some adult contact content coming up on the other side Brian Oxman toy Toys. It's now down to six toys unbelievable you're the expert on all that, Brian we'll talk I, went to school I have a, PHD..
"mark garrison" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Now the great time to come in during the lowest prices of the season where you can save five hundred to seven hundred dollars on the most popular two thousand sixteen beds visit any of the five hundred fifty sleep number stores nationwide call eight hundred twenty five or visit sleepnumber dot com to find the sleep number store near you and be sure to tell them dan patrick sangyoo that eight hundred 25 or visit sleepnumber dot com i gave holy and silent it feels like everybody's wings span is longer than what their height is now somebody will beaten molly monk i was one the polio found he's six three early six four listed at six four wingspan of six three and a half lu as a red flag disturbing luke canard the gritty gutty lucan aren't six six wingspan only six five and a quarter who lobster arming young working understand the store in there somebody who's gotten like six six in a got a seven three wingspan a i thought there are a couple those crazy wingspan to your marquel fold ces got a big win wing spanner yes he is six four marquel full his wings six nine and threequarters pretty good he could tie shoes are bending at the wasted says now what about lansdale ball onto the ball six six wingspan six seven who not of massive this like quarterback hand thighs i don't know do they i would think of all the sports you would want to know somebody's hand size when it comes to playing basketball i'm looking at the official draft combine measurements yeah boy mark garrison a sevenfoot no wingspan lifted what's he hiding with the refused a testing in astana third stalement polling i two phone calls eight seven seven three d p show email address deputy impact on com twitter head to a dp show we'll hear from phil jackson with his comments about kristaps porzingis enda carmelo anthony tommy in new york leeches off i johnny when have for me.