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"mark sharon" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Tampa bay rays pitcher david price on september fourteenth. Two thousand eight and dave and we'll we'll talk about david price A little bit later here but after that homerun just two days later against gavin floyd derek. Jeter would break that record. And the yankees. Were eliminated for postseason contention. Now the only full season in their career where he did not compete in the playoffs. The following Following the final game in yankee stadium. History jeeter made the speech at the request of yankee fans thanking the support for thanking the fans for their support. An amount in a moment later voted by fans as the best moment of the year by mlb dot com this year in baseball awards and this is what it says from all of us up here. It's a huge honour to put on this uniform everyday. Come out and play. Every member of this organization past president has been calling this place home for eighty five years. There's a lot of tradition a lot of history in a lot of memories. The great thing about memories that you're able to pass them along from generation to generation although things are going to change next year and we're going to move across the street. There are a few things with the new york yankees that will never change. That's pride tradition and most of all we have the greatest fans in the world. Jeeter goes on to say we're relying on you to take the memories from the stadium and add them to the new memories. We make at the at the new yankee stadium and continue to pass them on from generation to generation. We just want to take this moment salute you. The greatest fans in the world from two thousand nine through twenty thirteen for the season yankees manager. Joe girardi switched jeeter jane damon in the batting order with damon. Moving second jeeter back to his leadoff role jittery. Hit three thirty four thirty in the al with a four zero six. On base percentage in eight seventy one opie p eighteen home runs in sixty six. Rbi's and thirty stolen bases in thirty five tenths one hundred one runs scored seventy two walks in two hundred twelve hits which was best for second in the mlb and defensively derek. Jeter Made a career low airs that year and his batting. I'm sorry his fielding percentage also a career low eric's not career low actually a career high for him. It was the best of his career. Having a nine eighty six fielding percentage he also had the addition of gold glove award winning first baseman mark to share and second robinson knode shift his focus to his right helping helping jeeter tremendously during the season. The sporting news named jeeter eighth on their list of fifty greatest clutch players. On our current players on earth not clutch players current gier achieved ju- career hit milestones in the second half of the o. Nine season on argue sixteenth. Two thousand nine against the seattle mariners. Double down the right-field line. I two thousand six hundred and seventy fifth hit as a shortstop breaking the record. That was hold by louise. Aparicio's previous the previous major league record then. Jeter became the all time hits leader as a member of the yankees with two thousand seven hundred. Twenty two passing lou gehrig on september eleventh. Two thousand nine. The hit was a single of baltimore. Pige orioles pitcher. Chris tillman in the third inning in two thousand nine season. Derek jeter hit three fifty five including four zero seven in the world series as he won his fifth world championship. Ring us named sportsman of the year by two thousand. Four hundred thousand nine by sports illustrated a won the roberto clemente award and hank aaron award as well as his fourth gold glove four silver slugger also finished third in. Mvp voting behind. Minnesota's joe joe mauer and yankee teammate. Mark sharon was also his fifth the fifth championship for andy pettitte asada and money on rivera. Who were along with jeter. As the core four they were all referred to as the core four because they all came up at the same time which is why like obviously the the core but jeter along with asada and rivera became the first trio of teammates in any of the four major league sports in north america of mlb nfl nba or nhl to play at least sixteen consecutive seasons on the same team as teammates and that you season were statistically jeeter's worst. In many respects the yankee captain had only two seventy with three forty on base percentage at eighty three seventy slugging percentage which were all career lows. You lot more ground balls than usual but despite this jeeter it was elected the to start the shortstop or start at shortstop for the all star game he rebounded to beth three forty two and his last seventy nine at bats. After making adjustments to swing with the help of kevin long being he's hitting coach would successfully helped. Nick swisher in curtis granderson make adjustments to improve their production with long jeeter changed the way he strode with his left leg. Following the season jeeter won his fifth gold level award. Jeeter committed six airs during the season. His lowest total fifteen seasons after the joining ten season jeeter became a free agent for the first time in his career. At the age of thirty six jeeter appeared to klein. Joe sheen of baseball productions suggestion that jeter once a good not great shortstop had declined to become below average defensively to the extent that he would likely need to change. Positions cashman later acknowledged that jeeter might need to be shifted to the outfield though jeeter stated that he wanted them remain with the yankees negotiations became tense jeeter's agent cheesy close stated that he was baffled by the yankees approach to the negotiations and cashman. Now the team general manager responded publicly. That jeeter should test the open market to to ascertain his value which angered jeeter. According to reports jeeter initially sought a forty year contract between twenty three and twenty five million dollars per season he reached an agreement with the yankees on three year contract for fifty one million dollars with an option for fourth year. He spent the offseason working with long on adjustments to swing the adjustments left jeeter frustrated as he hit chew forty two in the first month of twenty eleven as he as he struggled it. It appeared that the two thousand eleven season was the continuation of their jeeter's decline. Jeeter did break. Ricky henderson furniture has record for stolen bases when he stole his three hundred and twenty seven th base hit against the mariners on may twenty eighth. Two thousand eleven. He suffered a calf injury on june thirteenth that required his fifth stint on the fifteen day de l. and his first since two thousand three at that point though he was batting two sixty for the two thousand eleven season with a six. Forty nine opium rehabbing. His injury from in tampa jeeter worked on his swing with denko is former minor league manager with dan. Bongino returned to use the mechanics. He used his minor league days following these activation from the disabled list. He at three twenty six with an eight. Oh six opie as last sixty four games of the season jeter finished the year with a to ninety seven batting average..
"mark sharon" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"Click join answer a few questions and and we can continue the conversation there as well. All right we are onto episodes seventy eight and our guest today is Mark Sheeran. He ran and Michelle Dunbar of the Baldwin Research Group and they are going to talk about their non twelve step non disease model of addiction treatment called the freedom model title and I really enjoyed our conversation. I love hearing from other people about their different thoughts about addiction and addiction treatment event. Now in doing this episode. There is definitely some things that I wholeheartedly agree with both mark and Michelle and there are other parts of the two that I really have to do some thinking about and contemplating on but I love having thought provoking interviews and really hearing. Different perspectives gives about addiction. So I really enjoyed doing this episode and really enjoyed our conversation and I think you guys will enjoy it as well all so with that said. Let's go ahead and start this episode. L. Everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast my my guest today is mark Sheeran and Michelle Dunbar and we're gonNA talk about the freedom model though you guys won't introduce yourself chart. I'm Mark Sharon Iran and I'm the chairman of Baldwin Research and also one of the co-authors of the freedom model. I also co founded the Saint Jude retreat. which is where are we? Teach the freedom model show and I'm Michelle Dunbar. And I'm one of the co-authors in the data model and most of the Executive Director Balden Research. I'm the director of our retreat and I teach the program as well. Yes awesome great so tell me a little bit about you guys and how you came to addiction work and doing this work okay. Well off. We'll start with me. I'm fifty years old. And while forty nine close yeah and thirty years ago when I was nineteen gene got into a pretty serious driving accident and I made the determination that I needed to change my life which I did do and then I was mandated into treatment. And I disagreed with what. They're teaching me A- vehemently. I said I'm not forever going to be an alcoholic. I don't drink anymore and I had such a bad experience in treatment that I said there's got to be a better way and after I got out of treatment eighteen months later I said I'm going to figure out a better way for people and and within a year I had coined the phrase non twelve step. So that's where that whole idea. Culturally came from. Was this at that point. Nineteen turning twenty eight year old kid saying there has to be a better way well. There wasn't a better way back in nineteen eighty nine. There was no other form of there was no alternative to the twelve steps or rehab or treatment so I went through twelve year period of research. In that time I met Michelle as well and we did the research together her over a period of twelve years long with some other people Jerry Brown who was my research mentor and we developed the skeleton of. What is today? The freedom model than the subsequent years perfected that into the free bottle and published all the data that we collected over the last thirty years helping thousands of people who thank you for sure and all of that Michelle. Tell me a little bit about you. Actually I right around the same time period. I'm a little older. I'm fifty one and actually early fifty one and a half now because no member and my mark. My father in a inmates nate was net. Eighty nine eighty eighty nine and I was still very much of drinking and drug and partying pretty hard. But I did go to my father for help. I was twenty me too and but I could joining for a few days. I actually experienced withdrawal symptoms. I was drinking now heavily off for about the last six months of my drinking and and my dad was had been sober for about ten years and he was he was in a but he was already kind of a heretic because he win Gel bigly alcoholic and it was a weird like from a young age. I was told I was going to be an alcoholic by drag and then all of a sudden he did a one eighty on me and he was saying how there's no the thing is an alcoholic and and my was not you know what I was intrigued. And he had a bunch of young guys that he was working and I didn't realize he was doing. Research unknowingly became one of the only female research subjects and his research project and when he told it was. You don't have a disease. You're not powerless. You weren't born into this. This is a temporary problem and you can be okay man. I'd never heard that before. I worked on a school for psychology and I learned everything you could ever learn about addiction. It was trying to fix myself and I watched my grandmother die of cancer. Canceling knew the difference. You know I knew that. There was a behavioral issue. There wasn't a you know a pathological issue and so that you know I over the last I. I kind of moved on with my life. I did a for a while but we were always heretics you know we were always telling people that could be okay and we really really get tried to change it from within. I think mean more than they did on so I you know it went to seven years of meetings sponsored hundreds of women and the research we really trying to figure out what parts of the program work on and we wanted it to work. We wanted to figure that out and you know after you know twenty years or so now actually was he now. Lungs twelve to fifteen years ended up throwing everything out on and that was really when we began to develop a program that works on on and we were just working with people at the retreat. One unwind on all that time and that's our freedom model developed awesome so you had the experience with twelfth step and it really didn't fit for you guys. It didn't feel right. You didn't like this isn't working. And Kinda said wait a minute but seven years is a long time so it sounds like you really dug in and said wait a minute. There's something not right about this or there's something more out there or this isn't working. Why thank that? We both came from heavy heavy heavy heavy a background both of our families were steeped in in treatment and a a and so. That's where the research it's really began with. The children was as kids and then and that when I said I twelve years out of the thirty that we've been studying this was spent in a a trying desperately to make it work and become more effective but we were heretics at the same time. So there's this real horrendous dichotomy because we're a says you you basically never get over the problem we were saying. Of course you do we had and so we were. I went to over three thousand eight meetings and basically as as a member in the beginning then as a skeptical member then as a researcher and then as a researcher that was fairly anti got some point where I said you know. None of what they're saying is true. When I learned the history when I really understood the facts and you know I love day I mean we hearted there but the facts are the facts? Are The facts accent a researcher when you look at the facts you find out that the disease is bunk is simply is not true. It's factually incorrect. It's misinformed and that people do in fact move on over ninety percent of drug addicts or people with a heavy substance use problem move past it as you factor in age so as we get older we get over the problem whether you treated treated or not you know they ignore this huge elephant in the room that people get over the problem so treatment isn't necessary contrary to popular belief and so that's a huge part of the freedom that you have to undo the mythology so that you can become free and move on yes you don't tied into recovery right so that's very different from. I'm the twelve step model where they're saying. Look you're an addict for life. This is what you have to do. This is what you have to experience. And that's never gonNA change correct and for young people and a lot of the research for stunned around young people and you know so as a twenty two year old and a and a nineteen year old and the idea that I was going to have to struggle forever and I watched my grandfather do it. My grandmother died in Withdrawal FM alcohol. I mean we have a longlining Irish jokes in my family and you know I watched him struggle. You put together years of sobriety and I thought I back can't be me. There's there's no way I'm GonNa live you know Joe I'm sixty years old doing this right. What would you say to the people out there who say you know what twelve step really helped? It's me I really got a lot of support and I really value twelve step. Well I think that it becomes a valuable paradigm for certain people serve people need it as a social social club. They needed as a place to go where they feel special where they feel. If you believe you're an alcoholic or an addict it fits right. It fits there's a whole structure around being a special alcoholic and I don't say that in a way that I went to three thousand. Aa Remember. Numbers I was deeply entrenched member so I understand that side of the fence completely. I enjoyed the distraction that a provided to life enjoyed the fact that I can go and speak with like minded people but eventually it wore itself out Sunday so and it does for most people. That's the membership obey is stayed. I'm pretty it hasn't grown a long time. It stayed pretty stagnant. Which means are and when you think of how many people are mandated into it like through the court it systems and from treatment programs? Then you know that lot whole lot of people don't stick out on Francis stay pretty sad. It's actually shrinking a little bit. Yeah it's been on a downward cycle all now for fifteen years. Yeah and you know when I look at it like you know no in the history of twelve stop where it came out of a religious paradigm and I think the saddest part is that people who are struggling at the time in the thirties. When twelve step was formed the medical community shun them as moral deviance and so all these people who wanted help created their own system to do it unfortunately it was untied to medical research and there was a lot of stuff in it that came out of the religious community of how to change and how to make change? And I think that stayed with it but I do. Do you think it is changing..
"mark sharon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Court. Here's divided along. Ideological lines over whether the senses could ask about citizenship the courts conservative majority seemed ready during arguments Tuesday, uphold the Trump administration's plan to put the citizenship question on the twenty twenty survey. Correspondent Mark Sharon reports on some of the judges reactions during arguments z five supreme court conservative justices didn't seem particularly bothered by the lower court rulings against the question. Or by the claims that the challenges put forward, they see more ready to accept the arguments that the administration made defending the use of the citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents. A slower courts have ruled that such a question could result in millions of Hispanics and immigrants going unaccounted. The treasury department as ignored another deadline for providing President Trump's tax returns. For the second time. The administration has defied a demand from the House Ways and means committee to turn. Over six years of President Trump's tax returns in a letter to the committee Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin asked for more time and said he would give the panel of final decision by may six but the White House has been sending a strong signal that it intends to reject the request. Greg Clugston, Washington. Security Council has approved a resolution on combating sexual violence and conflicts after deferring to US concerns at approach point draft exceeded to US objections by dropping references to health services and sexual and reproductive health. Which was you'd as language that could condone abortion in violation of the Mexico City policy, which prohibits US funds for abortion overseas. The resolution urges strengthened access to Justice for victims and eliminated a reference to the international criminal courts work and prosecuting alleged perpetrators, George Vanni reporting more of these stories at townhall dot com. Short months ago, the world was in a complete frenzy over the market disruption..
"mark sharon" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Like you say one of those tracks that was a lot of people's first track. Maybe that and see that's the people keep saying oh attraction and brought this up about the minor leagues. You you. It doesn't. It doesn't matter. When people I come to a racetrack. If it's if it's a place like, you know, like a Fairmont or Suffolk or a a Portland meadows. It doesn't matter because when they first sea horses and racing they they they're not going to be able to tell the difference between derby and oaks horse. And and, you know, a just a nice claiming rice, I it. It's it's exciting. You know, when you're introduced to it at whatever level, but if you don't have an entree vehicle, you're. You're hurting your your long term ability to develop players horse players. And that's what that's you know, your your number one. And most important raison veteran that is why to California fares have been a very important cog in the California wheel of of racing here for years and years and years and why it's still we still need them. I couldn't figure out why you know, they always got the winner dates when I was working up in working up in northern California, and we had to stop Golden Gate fields and in late June. So he could go to Pleasanton, Vallejo, and all that go around to these places, and you you see them hooked up to the fair, and, you know, families wander in with their kids, and they and that can guarantee in California. This is that some of the some of the first places anybody saw horse race was at these fairs and such important we keep tracks like that around and and marks here. And I bet he knows may or may not know a little bit about. Metaph it. We were just talking about about racing in the great northwest. And I think that's where you're from Connor you and your family, right? You've raised up there. You get that northeast kinda Dell. We just handed him some contraption. He's got to put on his on his head here. But anyway, Mark Sharon, just tell them we were talking about him. And then we had for some reason we went from from you to racing in the north plain, right and some of the people, but aren't you aren't you Ridgely from Washington? I grew up in Seattle area. And my dad was a trainer long acres and grew up with racing along acres. So I'm very familiar with the northwest. It's may just talked about the Portland meadows story. But the most exciting part of having you here what a even under the circumstances that that transpired you win a great at stake and the restricted stake. It's it's one of the one of the nice days in recent memory. I was very good day. However was very bitter sweet, given given the circumstances and the impact that you know, looking to have on our industry. Maybe we'll get that clear that deck I and the market alone. The the tail end of of the string of of. Of injuries and fatalities. You had charm, John that that went wrong, and what, you know, your thoughts as as you watched you knew and everybody was was doing what you normally do to to try to make sure that the horse you're sending out for anything for morning work or for drill or or for a race. Is you know, is is sound and and is safe to go out there. I mean talk about your your feelings of what has transpired. Well, I think it's just a very unusual set of circumstances. And I don't know that anyone has an answer. I I don't believe that. There's anything wrong with the racing surface there, perhaps due to weather been days where the track was not the best. But you know, I can speak for myself. We care and look after these horses better than probably ourselves and most trainers will probab-. Ably tell you the fame thing, and you know, in in Tommy John's case, he was a very sound young. You know, young starting horse that head only raced once but he had raised on a sealed race track in his only start about that and appeared Finau the race. And you know, that was his first work back and unfortunately, EFF wait injury. And we couldn't save them. But. You know, he..
"mark sharon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Season. I. Points with thirty one shy of rhetoric which was thirty one points. The game really shifted. I honestly wars. Kohler is horrid athleticism their way one of their players or gone, really dented. You couldn't find in fact until. The game. Because. Just. To be able to make that extra pass. Was really affected. Exit. Nope. They were. Point one she because she just broke down. So what wasn't necessarily no way? That she wants to contribute to the cause of the way that you. Reacted early there. Just. Me. Well, they went on a twenty one quarter championship. Coach ain't never walked in the state of Indiana. Why won't you talk to you? For their district yesterday. That's why the champs. Southeastern wins. The four girls championship by beating Lawrence north tonight. Fifty five forty four Mark Forster on the Saint Vincent's sports performance hotline. Mark. Thank you. Great job. Congratulations. Enjoy the sexual next week. Thank you. Thanks so much Butler BULLDOGS had the weekend off their back in action on the twenty sixth against providence. The voice of the BULLDOGS Mark minner joins me on the Saint Vincent sports performance hotline. Hello, mark. Hello coach. How you doing not as well? As you. I didn't have the weekend. Offer him. You're always working. What do they give you? I'm not always working weekends. That's a different story by the end of by the end of tomorrow, I will have done you can appreciate this. I will then five games two shows in three days. Oh my gosh. Well, here's the thing goes into that. It's not just the actual time. It's the preparation. Getting ready. A your studios. So I know you're you're up on it. I try to be still dogs have four to play if providence and he will on Tuesday. Then go to Nova next Saturday ex you comes in to on Tuesday, the fifth of March and then back to providence to wrap it up on the ninth. We need four wins. And this is a demanding schedule here at the end. Yeah. I think the challenge right now coaches that you've put yourself in a position where you got to win at the end of the season. Yeah. And and you know, you could look back and say man, I wish we would have had this game or that game. But that's not reality right now. So what is the reality is trying to take care of a business down the stretch. And then you're going to have an opportunity to the big east pickup wins. But do you really want to put yourself in that position? I mean vila-nova other road that's going to be really tough providence is a team that Butler has historically had a tougher match up with because of the way that they got the big strong physical wing players. And you're going to play them twice down. The stretch of the Xavier knows everybody knows eight years a great rivalry matchup as well. So he's are not easy games down the stretch. Despite the fact that providence in debut might look at the standings and say, wow, they're toward the the the back end of the conference. But the reality is when you look at three through ten in the big east right now, you're looking at a separation of of three games two games from fourth to ten so everybody's all jumbled up. It comes down to match up said. And and the reality. I if you don't want to put pressure on yourself and it Madison Square Garden to try and make a run late. You you've got to get some winds down the stretch. And even despite the Bubby week. There's still a game like that Villanova one is certainly one that could help bolster the resume the BULLDOGS that would be helpful for the BULLDOGS, but it all starts providence Tuesday night, as you mentioned, the tickets are still available for that. One. Hope gets packed. Yeah. Because the the dogs are are going to need it a great great home crowd against the tough prior squad. You know, what's interesting to me is an I don't I don't pay as much attention to it. As I need to whatever the national prognosticators are saying in terms of how many teams represent the big east. I just know it's tough to win a ball game in this conference. Yeah, you're spot on coach. And and and and it's it's you look at the the types of games that have been played while somebody close games in the conference. And that's why that's why it is is even as it's been quite frankly since the conference relied, the twenty thirteen you have not had this amount of you've not gone into the last couple of weekends of the year and still had seven teams that could be. In the third-place. She's not had that. So that's why it's so tough night in night out at you. Gotta find a way to finish games. You gotta find a way to to win on the road. And and and holding home court is really important as well Butler has an opportunity against the providence team on Tuesday night. But you mentioned that game against as well senior day and at Xavier in providence or two teams that have had some really impressive wins. You're down the stretch providence took care of Saint jobs. It seems that that Butler fell to other road and and Xavier's found a little bit of momentum later in the season. But it's going to be interesting to see how plays out I still I I it's it's so much fun to to be able to cover this team to be able to cover coach Jordan and his piggy season. Despite some of those games that you wish certainly you you could you could have back but the game against Marquette. I thought Butler actually played really well, Marcus Howard is a really talented player in the second half. And Marquette found a way to take over that game. But I think you look back on that one and in Marquette took care of providence again today, but you know, there's a reason that Marquette's only lost three teams in the country. And and it's because they're they're not only good offensively led by Mark Sharon, but they've they've got a lot better defensively to Mark mentors. The voice of the Butler BULLDOGS dogs in action on Tuesday, the twenty sixth at Hegel tickets available get out and watch them play tough stretch coming up for them as they head into the big east conference tournament. Mark. Thank you for taking time. I appreciate it. Heavy wonderful weekend. Always a pleasure coach. Thank you very much much. The man himself, Kip westerner joins me on the Saint Vincent sports performance hotline. Alright Kip one day and bankers life today. Yeah. The defending champions, Marquette Catholic and northwestern flex their muscle. They were both outstanding. And. Don't that Madison Laden statistically on point was the player that she's been the season? But boy still see my she dominated the game with Bostick in the middle. That's a powerful one two punch for western and of course with the Nolan twins. They're they're so outstanding going to Saint John's or high high low post and start the game. And did whatever they wanted to do. It seemed like. I was really impressed with them. I had not seen them, man. Oh, man. Can they play? I mean, just there's nothing. They can't do Emma runs. The floor Kim's out running everybody in line to in line. And just, you know, getting head to the hoop and knocking down layups her sister Sophia. I mean, how do you gorgeous? She's tend to thirteen field for four from three four of four from three. Just so you understand twenty six points, fifteen rebounds rebound. Oh my goodness. I mean, it's a wonder they're back to back with those two. Right. No, nobody wants to see blowout. But people do wanna see greatness both of those. You know, just had outstanding seasons. I agree. You have to. I mean, it was fairly easy to rank both of those number one in the Hoosier basketball magazine. And they won the state championship in class three and class one. A for Oak Hill, we had them right number two, and they wanna state championship. And we had Hamilton southeastern number three so two one the two and a threes not bad for the who's your basketball magazine, and you can still get one. Who's your basketball magazine dot com? I need you to help me pick lottery numbers. Are you vailable mean if you're? Hanging in there hanging. Okay. Sounds like I will come back talk more with Kip western oh, forget the top sixty workout coming up next week. And we'll talk about that. When we come back after the final.
"mark sharon" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Of children. Pain. Wow, dynamite. And how does any reasonable person argue with that more text flowing in five seven seven three nine sturdy D A N, Dan, did you notice that none of the joint chiefs stood or clapped except for when Trump recognized to Childers special guest? I wonder what's up with that? Rick rick. I think that's standard protocol. And someone will correct me if I'm wrong and I liked that protocol whether it's a democrat or Republican state of the union. I don't think the chiefs should be involved in the political piece of it. And I would bet Rick though, we didn't see the camera on him often. The same was true for the supreme court justices. I don't think they should be standing for anything other than the guests. Boy, Neil Gorsuch was looking good wasn't. He he was looking like Hollywood, handsome, boy, so impressive so impressive. And and it was great to see Brett Kavanagh Justice cabinet. I said should say, Justice course itch. He looked like a new, man. I mean think about what he was under the last time we saw him in public all of those. Unsupported allegations going right to the core of his being and he just looked forty years younger last night. Great to see and all of a sudden, Dan, all the Democrats on Capitol Hill. They wanna wait for all the facts and evidence to come out on Justin Fairfax Virginia, and I do too because and Ryan obviously referring to the Lieutenant governor of Virginia this sex assault allegation against him. And I don't know whether he's innocent or guilty. But I think he should be presumed innocent. I think it is outrageous that the Washington Post ran the details of the allegation, which are brutal forcing a woman physically overpowering a woman and forcing her to commit a sex act on you. Brutal allegations should never ever be published unless and until in my opinion, unless it's a juvenile accuser unless and until the accuser is willing to come forward, or there has been some significant independent corroboration, none of which existed here. And I am not saying that the woman is lying. I'm just talking about fundamental fairness in America. So I think what the Washington posted to this. Lieutenant governor democrat Lieutenant governor of Virginia happens to be African American is awful. And I understand that he messed up, and he claimed falsely that the post had not printed the story because it found inconsistencies in her story. He shouldn't have said that that's false. But I don't think that justifies the post doing what he did. And by the way of referring to Ryan's point attorney general Mark Sharon democrat of Virginia acknowledged Wednesday that he put on black face were a wig while an undergrad at the university of Virginia in nineteen eighty impersonating. The rap. Kurtis blow. All I've got to say is is first of all nobody could blame any African American in this nation. Anybody who cares about African Americans in this nation, which is the vast majority of us nobody could blame anybody for being deeply offended by that. But at the same time the idea that that he would now have to resign over that to me would be wrong. I think it should trigger a close look at his life and his body of work and has he behaved in life as a racist. I think that's probably highly unlikely has he behaved in life as a person who respects people, you know, regardless of skin color. I think that's more likely, but judge the man on his body of work five seven seven three nine D A N texting more popular than calling probably because you're trying to stay alive on the roads today. And I'm glad you are Danny hit it out of the park. It was indeed a fantastic speech and a beautiful sight twelve. Said Dan, my grandma was standing and clapping at home. She had some not so nice words about Nancy. Those words.
"mark sharon" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"The hope is he's gonna be ready to go and he's gonna be Todd Gurley. Now part of it is dictated by the fact that I mean, if if the patriots defense sets edges the way New Orleans did Todd Gurley is really a guy who likes to get out around the edge. He's not an up up the middle guy. And now that you've got a guy like C J Anderson who's a bowling ball who rolls right up the middle. A lot of those touches are not taken by Anderson. I think this is where the Rams diversity comes in on offense comes in handy because the book on Bill Belichick is he. Always takes away one thing like your go-to thing. Yes. If like, but what is that for the Rams? Well, like if Bill tried to take one thing away. What would he pick? Well on the Dallas game. They were in the hell on the ball right in the New Orleans game. They through the hell out of the break. I don't think the Rams have a they don't have a guy like gronk, for example. Right. That you could say all right. We're not gonna let like the saints. The the Rams defense clearly said, all right? We are not letting Michael Thomas beats. Yes, we're taking him off the borough the house out of if you were going to take someone off if you take Brandin cooks the board, then Robert woods and Josh Reynolds have a big. Yes, if you take Tyler higby off the board Gerald Evert as if you take girly off the board. Janitors and vice versa. You could target Goff and come after him. But if Gough if you come You're on on the the ball. time you run it. Yeah. That's one thing. The Rams at the best offense in the league for the first eight weeks balance. And now, I think that comes in hand. Yeah. They got a lot of balance or not and easy thing to say the saints. You could say Michael Thomas is is killing up now with the Rams there. They have no girly used to be like the thing. You would try and take away they won without girls. They won without him. And they won without him. Getting a lot of touches. All right coming up next, and Greg you say, I think. I think Mark Barron is Mark Sharon supposed to join us next..
"mark sharon" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You by straight talk wireless. Best phones. Best networks, no contracts. There's a surefire way to take the spotlight off. The fact that Lee Smith and Harold Baines are being inducted into Cooperstown. This summer. It's to come back and have the writers elect someone unanimously for the first time in history. Mariano Rivera named on four hundred twenty five ballots becomes the first player ever to be named on. One hundred percent Ken Griffey junior held the Mark for the top percentage. Ninety nine point three. Two years ago. Tom Seaver ninety eight point eight and nine hundred ninety two Nolan. Ryan was on ninety eight point eight percent Cal Ripken ninety eight point five, Ty. Cobb ninety eight point two George Brett ninety eight point two, Hank. Aaron Tony Gwynn. Randy johnson. Greg Maddux Chipper Jones. Mike schmidt. Johnny bench. Steve Carlton, Babe, Ruth, hana's Wagner, all voted in with at least ninety five percent over the years. But it wasn't until two thousand nineteen at someone received. One hundred percent Morano Rivera ESPN insider, Tim Kirkman. He's the greatest closer of all time. There is not a close second on the character scale. No one's better than him. As far as postseason goes, no pitcher maybe ever has been better than him. And you just put everything together on how he dominated that position. And I'm just so happy that somebody finally got in unanimously, and we don't have to talk about that. That all the time anymore. So does this start like an new trend over the next few years? Do you think we'll see more of this players that just you NAMI jeeter's up next year? So are we going to see more unanimous hall of famers in your mind? I would say we're not going to see more maybe one more somewhere along the line, but not many more next year. Someone will make a point to Derrick jeeter wasn't as good defensively as number showed, which is preposterous. You should be. He should be a first ballot unanimous hall of Famer also to me is one of the three greatest shortstops of all time played the way he did for twenty years. I want to get to the other people who were abducted, but looking at the very small relatively percentage for bonds. You know to to go up, and what we've said before about how much you need to increase year-by-year order to make it feel like there's a likelihood you're getting in does this sort of tell you that without a total sea change in public opinion over the next three years. Those guys aren't getting in the that's what I see from today. Now things can change keep in mind. Edgar Martinez started at twenty five percent ended at eighty five percent. So you can make a push. But there's no baggage with Edgar like there are like there is what those other steroid guys. With fifty nine percent Clemens with fifty nine and a half percent. Of course. It's Mariano Rivera who gets one hundred percent ESPN analyst Mark Sharon played with him in New York to me. He's one hundred percent because when you look at you know, arguably the best pitcher arguably the best center fielder. Yeah. There's a lot of arguments you can make an history of baseball. There is no argument. You.
"mark sharon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Organizing signs. I guess it's been a real problem in Washington state where people. You know, there's a little green highway markers. The mileage Mark Sharon, they're just really innocuous little signs that will, you know, say whatever number. It's the mileage marker the highway in this case it is. Route two thirty one eastern Washington. Actually, that's that's another number pardon me. The four twenty is in Yakima county. And. That there's all sorts of there's a sixty nine signs problem as well. Do I have to explain this to people why four twenty and sixty nine or so popularly stolen? Can you got three hours? Twenty. The other one diagram it for me. See you got this diving board. So they can for people are just they're ripping them off. I mean, it's legend the story of the first sign the I sixty nine mile marker was put into the ground using a steel posting concrete and the and the highway workers, they're just amazed. How quickly somebody used a car to yank the sign off the ground while they hit and stole it and took it there's a mile marker sixty nine Yakima county. They just every time they replace it. Somebody steals it. So what they have done is brilliant. What they have done is is now the sign is moved slightly, and it'll say sixty eight point nine. The four twenty mile marker now says four nineteen point nine. So nobody will want it. And that's the solution. Isn't it really kind of a perfect solution?.
"mark sharon" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Major winter storm now moving east. I'm Jane Metzler, Fox News. It's iced up roads from the Rockies to Saint Louis. Five people killed in accidents in Kansas and Missouri where some seven hundred accidents were reported and thirteen hundred vehicles were stranded. Overnight the Kansas City Chiefs prevailed today beating the colts thirty one thirteen in an AFC playoff game contested with snow piled high in the stadium parking lot. No dumb on ERO heads stadium. Either. We still have no that's now exiting Niaz in support of the country. So exiting out of Missouri. We have as much twenty inches of snow reported across portions of eastern, Missouri. That'll system is pushing east now into the Ohio Ohio valley and into the mid Atlantic. National weather service meteorologist, Mark Sharon. Art, he by the way, working without pay today. The national weather service and Noah. Part of the Commerce Department shut down because of the impasse over President Trump's demand for border wall funding, we're approaching day. Twenty three of the partial government shutdown the old record of twenty one days set during the Clinton administration, the New York Times reporting, the FBI launched a counterintelligence investigation the Whitehouse calling it absurd. The ferry idea. President Trump may have been working for the Russians to the New York Times report the FBI opened an investigation days after President Trump fired FBI director James Comey, not only because they were concerned about obstruction of Justice but also to determine whether or not the president was working for Russia against American interests knowingly or unwittingly a spokesperson with the FBI declined to comment on this. Fox's Ellison barber. President Trump had a lot to say on Twitter today. He called Komi alliance. Lease for one. This is Fox News. Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. What's going on there? Rock and roll lovers. Daddy, west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history. Let's start off in nineteen sixty six were David Jones changed his name to David Bowie to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of the Monkees just in time for the release of a single can't help thinking about me. He would later say that he chose Bowie because he liked the big American bear killing night. This week in one thousand nine hundred seventy at the frontier hotel in Las Vegas, the Supremes played their last concert with Diana Ross who introduces her replacement Jean Terrell Ross performs with the group just once more at the Motown twenty five TV special in nineteen three this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Fleetwood MAC's rumours hits number one for a record thirty first week on the US album chart this week in one thousand nine hundred billboard was erected on sunset strip in West Hollywood to promote pink Floyd's album, the wall a blank wall was pasted up and each day a brick was removed to slowly reveal the inside spread and title of the album this week in nineteen Eighty-four Madonna makes her first appearance on American bandstand when asked by dick Clark about her ambitions the singer replies to rule the world. And soon after she surely did this week in the year two thousand in an article in Rolling Stone. We find out the surrogate father, Melissa Ethridge is two children is David Crosby. And this week just last year in two thousand eighteen we lost cranberries lead singer. You're so weird at age forty six the cranberries biggest hit zombie in nineteen ninety four. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Iheartradio has given walks radio station. Washington's walk listen inside the beltway at one zero four point seven throughout the DMV at one zero one point one HD two or ask your smart speaker to play Washington's walk FM on iheartradio..
"mark sharon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You up upon could muff a ball if you're what if you're the quarterback, and you're in shotgun and the ball comes back, and he dropped that ball is muffed that one too. I don't know has there been a punt returner name tough tough at muppet. Little miss has not been one. There's not many Mufit from tough it come on. There has been a punt returner name tough. If there isn't there should be damaged on launch an investigation. Word Billy, tough it Mark. Sharon, kicks topic. Did I know this is pretty? When we're almost ready to roll ready to raw when Clemson the loan time. They beat Alabama through this whole thing was when Watson was amazing and not Lawrence would need to beaten down. It's that you may be right. He may be right. Be smith. We ready. More minutes roll down tied. Jeez. Having to hear that tonight leaving the stadium at that point was that guy's name Updike. Yeah. The guy who something Updike tumor trees, the oaks at tumor or you're talking about this before about passion. Nobody hears doing that. Nobody hears poison trees. We're not poisoning. Okay. Most people aren't poisoning trees anywhere else around the country. I in fact, I think he's the only one that ever did. And then call the radio station to say, he did it. What are you talking about? You did psycho. Visit a few cells Harvey Updike is a weird. Is here. He doesn't have anything to play for. Now. He doesn't like and hang out. Patrick Willis is here. Oh, you gotta hang. We gotta go try to hang with Padua, which you talking about Willis. I love badger. Remember going either of those two schools as an SEC guy. Okay. Patrick wallace. He's got to be rooting against Alabama. Doesn't matter. Wills up three rooting against. These college reps are buff. Like we were just talking about Ed hockey at diesels. Dumpy come on, bro. Dumpy frumpy. This lease day. It's not that. I mean, it's chilly, but it's not that cold every word short sleeves. The guns gone thing hunter, Renfro frozen. Only kidding the game. We're rocking the Rogaine. He can't go and check his bursar typically bad. Sixties? That's nice. Renfro dad Nike's dam at coins, huge giant. I mean, that's like a manhole cover he's flip that with his thumb crane for that thing. We have brake bring somebody.
"mark sharon" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"I got it giorgio fan and you know i wasn't i told you when they traded him i'm not you can't put him in that spot i was impressed he made one of those free throws i mean look at them in sacramento he could miss from the three and forty seven percent because there are no expectation the sacramento now you go to cavaliers and you play alongside lebron job he got shake like too much caffeine he missed that free throughout blamed georgia you blame too well lebron they never the one person you can't blame his lebron there's no way you could blame without telling you the shot there's no then we wouldn't be having this conversation but then if he missed the shot doing out of line align open open cutter cutter my my needs needs nobody would even see to watch but if he missed the shot what are you gonna say he ain't clutch i know but he had made seven fourteen from distance from outside the lane he do that did you see the toronto series and if you do damned if he does maverick dan if it's okay just give him a break six but he got there you know what i mean you obviously count rings but how many people have actually i've never seen a player to do so much fourteen to actually get them there and then still have enough energy to drop fifty in line michael jordan basketball assassin lebron james but it's different game but you gotta think about the speed of that you gotta think about the speed of the game to might not have had the legs he had at the end of games back into he does now because the speed of the pace of the game so much faster and mike was doing it on both ends so mike matama might might warrant different time different game now hey i was there and he was a killer i watched him but the the the ball was walked up the court back into yeah and he wasn't played and he would have to rebound get nine rebounds and nine assists tonight yeah and he didn't take off on defense like lebron did for the whole year garage to this last three years off loaded increase but you remember lebron wasn't all mba defender he it was was good jan sleep only a lot of miles on his legs he's asleep on they'll do that skip thank you the information always love having a here coming up next to the bucks find a replacement for james winston situation back good nick foles beheading to tampa that philly voice says it's a long shot but they discussed the idea of the super bowl mvp being traded to the bucks tampa will be without jameis winston for the first three games of the season after he was suspended for violating the league's personal conduct policy that's a whole other issues it welcome in bonds analyst mark sharon how are you yeah absolutely we don't do anything all right shannon i could you see this happening with nick foles could he be traded this makes a lot of sense for the books if i'm philly i'm thinking about this because i still don't know how healthy carson winston going to be and this is what we know had they not had mic foles they're not winning the super bowl win carson wentz goes down so for me this makes a lot of sense for the bucks especially given the circumstances to start the season now they do have a ramp it's patrick we know what what he's like we know what he's about no expectation rampage patrick normally performs pretty well when you play expectations on him he doesn't normally perform well when goodyear one not exactly but here's the thing skip tampa were to do a deal like this or something very similar you basically saying you're cutting bay with james winston after the seats are they there yet for me had i been running the tampa bay organization given the set of circumstances in which taking james winston with the.
"mark sharon" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"He'll get his everybody's gonna get there's it's just unfortunate sometimes that players well i look good for him he showing sean of eagles have been extended an invite to the white house it's been officially confirmed and the eagles are saying they're in the process of working through the gist ix of trip to visit the white house after of course they're super bowl win this february looks like the ideal time would be before their week thirteen game against the washington redskins okay so we'll see how many show up man that was going to be there will be the most woke situation all time several players have obviously said they wouldn't go we'll invitation was extended the invitation was extended confirmed by the eagles leak thirteen what else over there mark to share a former new york yankee he had some interesting comments yesterday of course he played with robinson canot in new york and i had this to say about his former teammate getting popped for pd's i don't really want to get into much detail mike robbie haven't thought yeah i'm i'm not surprised i don't really wanna go too much further but i think a lot of people are kind of saying the same thing and cash kinda he had to catch self in the minute view couple of days ago but yeah i mean just not surprise ronnie sistan was on the list for biogenesis no of course you added assistant you know you know buy stuff for them you know alex rodriguez got caught by biogenesis and melfi got popped their best friends when when someone gets lumped into that group it's because there's evidence there's a there's a paper trail there's a smoke trail wow mark sharon to like okay there.
"mark sharon" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Rob was like hot and like people like read or wanted to remember when he had head to read or on him and then he gained a they said that not the tattoo looks like cabbage patch kid as kim said i never thought about that what happens to touch when you get to the stretch they shouldn't wouldn't you get skinny raw back here he's on his way home but like i'm just really excited for skinny rom she wouldn't emmy by long justice for the real i think that's just there's a lot of these between the real and the view and what about the chew in the talk okay the two and the talker different actually the torment the view in the host yeah the byu the real and the chew in the talk are all very similar and the view the ladies claimed they said on an episode that like they were the first original format like there's so many copycats now and then the girls on the real like fired back out no actually i might be view is original format i believe right and okay yes so but like i don't know i'd be more inclined to watch the real i like those girls better they're funnier and they talk about shit like i care about right and then the talk question mark sharon osborne that's all i know about the talk i can't i don't know how to keep him and i do know that like a while back they were casting for it and like my name was brought up and i was like shocked obviously now like no one wants me boat over you didn't wanna do it anymore because to move and oh it's filled in la all those shows come to new york time maybe and also like i think it would go like the toast of is the view no i wouldn't ever want to be just in terms of prestige.
"mark sharon" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"To me a you know not only did he do really well in a field but this is someone who was a baseball savant absolutely on the air and you're right about pretty freeman i've ever ask on the clubhouse one day who replaces you any he gave me a kind of a quizzical look and he said heavy have you seen pretty freeman meaning knowing that really seen ready for even yet but chipper had seen him and he said this is gonna this guy's got to replace me he's fabulous waiting to see him and he's absolutely right mark sharon told me recently chipper is a smart series ever been around and it's just in eight east guided he can see things you understand things wake quicker than the average player and that on top of tremendous ability is how you get ninety seven percent of the vote the guy who is most emotional outwardly at the time of the call was jim told me uh that doesn't surprise me either team given his personality and how much he understands what this means to his family yeah is this is great i'm so happy in curriculum telling me and he's such a playful guy he said he told me the story like ninety years only live and outsized chicago he gets go to a game with his parents at wrigley field and somehow naive totally sneaks past security and gets into the cubs out like five minutes before the start of the game and he goes up dave kingman and he goes no my favorite glare i want to grow up it'd be just like you and came as we will not great sounds a war started to game here at them as you gotta go so they have to escort him out of the drug out it went back and sat was his parents and then went on a bit basically almost two hundred more homers dave kingman and to meet at least is one of the elite low the ten best first baseman of all time and a guy i'm really really excited for trevor hoffman i was covering the san diego padres for the san diego uniontribune in 1993 when they traded form when randy smith's uh was very heavily criticized.
"mark sharon" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"And while you do that will do this we'll be right back hey guys today's episode is brought to you apart by stitcher premiums stitcher premium is the only place you could listen to all ten seasons of douglas movies only place this dream all episodes of the benson interruption podcast with stitcher premium you'll also get exclusive access to more than 60 exclusive original podcast stars like jemaine clement isa ray mark sharon what the now plus over one hundred twenty carmody albums from top comedians like disease and sorry k amy schumer that's over a thousand hours of exclusive add free audio content for just four ninety nine month start listing now within one month free trial of stitcher premium go to stitcher premium dot com slash doug use the promo code deal at checkout to get your free month that stitcher premium dot com slash doug and use the promo code deal back to this show all right where he's back great job everybody the donors did not get selected neither did the chucky doll here is your much browse your microphone voice remain but it was very terrifying hold it up again can i see jamie wants to put it on his tour buses it on the drum riser c b fainting mark wants to keep it brought it to go off on tour jim he just wants half of it i try to watch the cult's of chucky on demand actually really didn't watch any chucky movie care but what do you mean you try to launch a i was trying to like you have to type in cold of chucky took too long halfway through had also he settled for some other cult coop 45 right of chucky was good.
"mark sharon" Discussed on Rimcast with Rim and AB
"I've listened to the tony kornheiser show podcast for five plus years about an hour ago i discovered that nigel is a character he's not a british i've listened to a bloodless i'd say had listened to five thousand of the shows never never even cross my mind that the british guy nigel was actually marks stern who is also on the show nonguarantee subtypes okay so it's it's another guy let's are already idaho's while he's i think he's on the show once in a while as march stern he's also on us kind of a spinoff movie review podcasts i listened with an horn today who icona wish was my mom she's the best in he's on their in people i i started having like wait what's going on because people like jokingly call him nigel and he'd laughing to be like wait nigel's british gotten over it looks like there is a few hints that i missed basically and then i go today i gould marks journals igf gone of drug memory about what mark sharon looks like minutes as marx cerny came nigel from the tony going i'm looking around like the fuck those character this whole thai i thirty one for my almost my whole life i thought this was a real guy from britain pam feel like an idiot a be a failure tangled insu been duped for fiveyear has been dupe for fi every basically every day i listen a show every night when i go slightly beyond their fighters yeah he does the news here's what's crazy about it it's not like he's particularly foot he does like he stays in character when they're talking about like mass shootings in the new who sees a our attorney and and got the big thing here the mic so why would i think it's a comedy.