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"I'm Noel king. And I'm Rachel Martin Alabama is one signature away from having one of the most restrictive abortion. Bands in the country. The state Senate passed the Bill last night that makes performing an abortion at any stage of pregnancy felony. The only exception is if a woman's life is threatened or in case of a lethal fetal anomaly, there are no exceptions for rape or incest. Doctor Sheikha Robinson is the medical director of the Alabama women's center for reproductive alternatives. That is one of only three clinics left in the state that offer patients abortion services, Dr Robinson. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. Thank you for having me if the governor in Alabama signs this Bill, what does that mean? For your clinic in the community. It's herbs. If the governor does signed this Bill that means that it will limit options to verily for patients and women who come to my clinic it will limit their options, if they find themselves pregnant with an uncomplicated or deny pregnancy. It also limits. Physician's ability to do what is best for their patients when they have to consider potential prosecution. Well, I wanted to ask about that. Because the language in the Bill while while very specific in some ways as vague in others. It says the ban won't apply in the case of a medical emergency. But that's up for debate. As to what that is. The bills has a medical emergency is based on quote reasonable medical judgement. So the stakes are high if if you as a physician make a call that could land in prison. Exactly it's lifted to what they call reasonable medical judgment. And we don't know exactly whose reason or whose judgment is going to be the final call. And if in any instant, if physicians judgment is being called into question that physician what have to even if they know that doing with best for the patient. They still have to contemplate whether the person looking at it will agree, and whether that could cost them prison time, and there's no other situation where physician has to consider their own personal interest in their freedom above that of their patients prior to making a medical decision that they know is best for the patient. I mean, how's this gonna change your work? I mean, are you are you going to continue to do this work? Well, obviously, I'm an advocate for women's health. I'm an obstetrician gynecologist. And I know that abortion access safe abortion access is very important. It's a vital for so many reasons, of course, if it becomes illegal in Alabama, I won't continue to provide abortion care in Alabama. But I will go to places where I can continue to provide. So that I can increase access in those areas, and I will do everything I can in Alabama to try to help get my patients to places where they can continue to have access to safe abortion care. I mean, this is such an emotional debate of I wanna play a clip for you. This is from Republican state Representative Terry Collins, she's defending her bell last month. This wheel is focused on that baby. That's in the womb. That is the person that baby I believe would choose life. How do you respond to that argument? I feel like that is an insult it makes it very clear to women that the state of Alabama does not feel. That's a woman is as important as she is it also states that they don't feel that the physicians are important in the physicians medical training and background at important women are able to make the decisions that they know are best for them. They can do that in conjunction with their physicians. And there is it is very important that government is not insert themselves into those personal complex medical decisions doctors you Robinson medical director the Alabama women's center for reproductive alternatives. Thank you for your time. Thank you. San Francisco could become the first large city to bar police from using facial recognition software NPR's Martin custody has the story this ban wouldn't change anything for San Francisco. Police right now they try to face recognition system for a time. But sources in the department say they gave up on it because it wasn't much good. But what is significant about this legislation is the way the city has now singled out facial recognition going forward? Facial recognition technology is uniquely dangerous in oppressive legislation's author supervisor Aaron Peskine explaining yesterday, why his legislation allows for other kinds of surveillance tech. But not facial recognition. Unlike other technologies, we cannot hide our faces for change what we look like and Peskine raise the specter of mass surveillance in China where cameras in the street can now reportedly ide- faces in real time. The thing is that's not how most American police are using facial recognition so far. It's mostly been used like other forms of biometric evidence say fingerprints. It's evidence taken from a crime scene matched against a database. Not surveillance of where everybody goes Brian van Cleef is a deputy in Washington county, Oregon where the sheriff's office. This has been very public about its embrace facial recognition software for solving crimes. It's a needle in a haystack. Type of thing we have a needle or suspect photo, and we're able to search our haystack of three hundred thousand previous booking photos and narrow it down to five possible. Natch is the system compares crime scene images only booking photos from their jail. And they're not allowed to use it to identify people in real time say with a camera pointed at the street in San Francisco, Joel and Guardia wishes his city would keep the door open to responsible uses of the technology. There's gotta be a balance that actually works where you can be both safe and free. He runs a group called stop crime SF formed in response to rampant car break ins. He says Moore residents send in video clips from their home security cameras facial recognition could help the police to ide- suspects more easily. That's why he wishes the city would consider a temporary moratorium rather than an outright ban..
"martin alabama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Noel king. And I'm Rachel Martin Alabama is one signature away from having one of the most restrictive abortion bands in the country. The state Senate passed the Bill last night that makes performing an abortion at any stage of pregnancy a felony. The only exception is if a woman's life is threatened or in case of a lethal fetal anomaly, there are no exceptions for rape or incest. Doctor Sheikha Robinson is the medical director of the Alabama women's center for reproductive alternatives. That is one of only three clinics left in the state that offer patients abortion services, Dr Robinson. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. Thank you for having me, if the governor in Alabama science this Bill, what does that mean for your clinic in the community? It serves. If the governor does sign this Bill that means that it will limit options to verily for patients and women who come to my clinic it will limit their options, if they find themselves pregnant with an uncomplicated or deny pregnancy. It also limits. Physician's ability to do what is best for their patients when they have to consider potential prosecution. Well, I wanted to ask about that. Because the language in the Bill while very specific in some ways as vague in others. It says the band won't apply in the case of a medical emergency. But that's up for debate. As to what that is the Bill has a medical emergency is based on quote reasonable medical judgement. So the stakes are high if if you as a physician make a call that could land you in prison. Exactly it's left up to what they call reasonable medical judgment. And we don't know exactly reason or whose judgment is going to be the final call. And if in any instance, if a physician judgment is being called into question. That's addition what has to even if they know that they're doing what's best for the patient. They still have to contemplate whether the person looking at it will agree, and whether that could cost them present time, and there's no other situation where physician has to consider their own personal interests and their freedom above that of their patients. Prior to making a medical decision that they know what's best for the patient. I mean, how's this going to change your work? I mean, are you are you going to continue to do this work? Well, obviously, I'm an advocate for women's health. I'm an obstetrician gynecologist. And I know that abortion access safe abortion access is very important. It's vital for so many reasons, of course, if it becomes legal in Alabama. I won't continue to provide abortion care in Alabama. But I will go to places where I can continue to provide. So that I can increase access in those areas, and I will do everything I can in Alabama to try to help get my patience to places where they can continue to have access to safe abortion care. I mean, this is such an emotional debate. I do wanna play a clip for you. This is from Republican state Representative Terry Collins, she's defending her bell last month. This Bill is focused on that baby. That's in the womb. That is a person that baby. I believe would choose life. How do you respond to that argument? I feel like that is an insult it makes it very clear to women that the state of Alabama does not feel. That's a woman is as important as she is it also states that they don't feel that the physicians are important in the physicians medical training and background is important women are able to make the decisions that they know our best for them. They can do that in conjunction with their physicians. And there is it is very important that government does not insert themselves into those personal complex medical decisions. Dr Robinson medical director at the Alabama women's center for reproductive alternatives. Thank you for your time. Thank you. This is morning edition on WNYC at seven forty.
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"And that's Dr Brian May of Queen new horizons the ultimate fool song. Of course. You know, that we actually explored that area on the first of January is the new year moving into space moving into new horizons and tonight, Dr Michael salads with this. We're just talking about Exo politics. A lot of great stuff being shared tonight. We're gonna go to the phones. Now, go to uncle dug in North Carolina. Haven't heard you've heard from you in a while. Glad to hear from you. Go ahead, you're on with Michael solid, April. Ally in low here. People don't seem to understand what the space program really came from. I mean, you guys are touching on some great high points and some great points in in the space systems. Many of the callers and the and the viewers and the people of Boyd bushman. Bushman was walkie, man. It worked for Joaquin but dad worked for Martin Marietta, and they're both. They were both Martin Morton companies in the Marin companies tunnel like excuse me. They were you ever both married to the same lady. The same lady was the Martin lady and Lockheed Martin were Martin Marietta and Joaquin Martin bushman spent many a holiday with my family out in Colorado. I live in North Carolina where I'm at. Matt Boyd spent many holidays with my family in in in Colorado. And back during the day. Way before I was born. And you know, when the Puget Sound crashes had happened out there. These men went out there. So the retrieval. They pull they've they were there. And that stuff was brought back back in. The this out of the crashes. They went on out in the in the Puget. And then they were there. Also, there were also. Connected with Dan Brown. In alabama. I mean when he was down there in Alabama, the space program came from Germany, and they snagged him up all these people were together Marietta walkies Martin. Alabama space program. People don't seem to understand what was going on in. It's still going on to this day. Era, four islands off the coast of the of the United States one in the Atlantic. And the rest of them are in the Pacific where there are major underground space programs going they think going on clydes since the fifties. When I was a small child living in Colorado employed with. To our house for the Holiday Inn, spend time with my dad and talks about the space program. I didn't really know what was going on. But I listened and I and and now I have a retention of what was going on. And I do remember a whole lot of what say said this has been going on for a long time. It's not just happening right now. Space wars and all this stuff. You know, the jets just set something up up today. Cheer about that the Japanese. By that. I know that the Israel sent a rocket up today. I know that three. Israel, just sent something up. And so the Japanese. This has been going on for so long that the American in the world public have no idea because they're walking around with their pants hanging down below their underwear and after big chrome wheels lipstick all over their face. They have no idea the real world is what's being on way back in the space program. And we're getting ready to have a real reckoning in this world, not in the United States. None any individual country. It's getting ready to happen. All over the world. Eight years. Yeah. Go ahead. Sorry. I was gonna ask Dr solid about if you wanted to comment on what you said Doug gets. If some very interesting information, a good, Michael. Boyd bushman. I now he had a lot of things to say about what was happening at Lockheed Martin. And one of the things that I found in doing my research was that Lockheed Martin back in nineteen forty three. When I sit up skunkworks Kelly Johnson. They were getting the briefing packets that had been prepared by William Tompkins on behalf of the US ninety that had despising Nazi Germany. Bringing back all of the information about the flying sources that the Germans were building bet then beckoned forty three when skunkworks was first set up. Kelly Johnson started to get these breaking is from William Tomkins showing what the Germans were building. And so, yeah, this is discussed back a long long way. And I think boy bushman Ben rich, and there have been many others that have worked at Lockheed skunkworks. Now the truth about the research on secret spice craft using anti gravity technologies that have been developed and built secretly at skunkworks for the navy for the air force and other customers. The yo Doug, what do you think of that? I'm with you two hundred and eighty percent about that. Because when I was a small child living in Colorado and Boyd bushman was at our house. I could I could remember them talking about secret programs that would have been going on for up to up to ten years before I was born in all that is still going on to this day. It's not only going on to this day. But we as the American in the world public or getting ready to have a major reckoning because we don't seem to understand what is going on. Because these people have been in control throw long time Boyd bushman. In alabama. In many of the others with Lockheed in Marietta is all been in cahoots forever. And I'm not saying there within in cahoots, but they have been doing this. My father was navy aviation through over twenty two years when he went to work for Marriott. He said you have no idea he told me before he died at the age of eighty five. They said you have no idea what the world's getting ready to understand. That's amazing. Doug. I appreciate you calling you tonight. It's good that we've heard from you again. I haven't heard from me while what a great call. Thank you. I love you to take care of that. Great call from Doug calling about the the background here. You know? And he's talking about this reckoning, and there are a lot of people who theorize what reckoning is. And that is probably the undeniable truth that there is life out in space, but what would be the procedure after that. Because I was talking about the UN ambassador and how she's pretty ambivalent to the idea, or at least she she's excited with the idea of having contact. But would it be misunderstood? And would it be considered hostile? Or would we take a stance of careful diplomacy? Well, I know that with the Spice Girls proposal, the driving force behind that is this desire to release some of these technologies and white world them take him out of the flat world of. Unacknowledged this'll excess programs that are funded illicitly by a. Platt budget, which is generated through all of these illicit activities. And why we're basically a congress signs the appropriations and the funding for these programs that this conduct congressional oversight and executive oversight. Just as there is with the Pentagon. And that's something that the Trump administration wants because he understands that the control over the funding of these programmes is gonna determine who has access to that information. And as long as all funding comes through these elicit funding mechanisms that are set up the. Then never gonna reveal what's what's going on. So it has to be white world. And I think stifles is the leather Trump is using to make that happen. So he is President Trump going to be the president of disclosure. Do you think? I believe so I think he knows about disclosure mean Trump's uncle John Trump was actually a Massachusetts Institute of technology, professor in electrical engineering, and he was actually involved not only in the review of Nikola Tesla's pipers dealing with advanced. Electric riddick's. But also he was involved at the time when the Roswell artifacts were taken to MIT study says John Trump knew about this. And he told I believe Donald Trump back in the eighties. When Trump graduated from Wharton school and told him all about this kind of technology. That was kept secret. He always brags about the pedigree. He said that his uncle would tell him all about nuclear before it was nuclear he said, and he says he told him all about all the secrets, and he has a lot of them tucked away there, and maybe he'll reveal some with the push for space force dodger, Michael salad with us tonight on ground zero. Wanna remind.
"martin alabama" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Slash ESPN and get you a bouquet art our boy, Derek let me see here there option walled. A hope. I said that right there. They're ocean walled. He said can somebody give them a Ghia different chair? He looks uncomfortable. I feel like mardi McGee have a lazy boy sponsor. Okay. Dr look comfortable. Apparently, I'm very comfortable. Should I slouch would that help? No. You just look very studious. I think mardi looks more comfortable because he's relaxing. Elaine back. You're kind of in the host role. I think well, here's the here's a different too, Two much months. flat. Flatulent bit McGee. I have chosen to use the table. I have chosen table as my best. And he has chosen to use his lap as the desk. That's different see thing. I'm saying man, I needed new glasses or I need to blow up to make the final order. Can we discuss something real quick? Yeah. For those of you guys watching on the southeastern conference network. You can see the plate of. Sausage gravy is that a Dixie plate. Yeah. Plate with a biscuits and gravy. They brought me to biscuits gravy, and I one of the biscuits, and then the show started, and you can't content. I can't continue because. Yeah. Look at the list. So that action so good a mess. A whole pile of sausage Randy. Where that come from. Jim read one of our directors here y'all need breakfast for the crew. So when Jim said the viscous crazy on what gags some in the okay? Great fantastic. I didn't realize that. He brought it GM made a made it for the crew. Yeah. Man gyms gonna win some sort of philanthropic award. Isn't that philanthropy? It is is maybe we could raise some money with his biscuits and gravy Mark in Texas zone ally. Mark welcome into Marty McGee. Good morning guys. Good morning. How are you? Good, bro. What's going on their teeth? Well, talking about your personal anthem in your daughter has wonderful taste that is a great track. I've I've actually thought it I thought when it was live and actually bought that track. That was hard. Yeah. It was awesome. Yeah. About my personal anthem maimed in and turn your daughter onto this one is Peter Frampton. Do you feel like I do that's one A, and then one be would be Joe walls. I mean, those two songs are just just incredible since there, but I just want to put it in my two cents and over to the other side and get you off the the country. Rock and roll. So he just said Joe Walsh. I think he's just it's Joe Joe Walsh. When I spent good to me so far. Yeah. That's it. That's excellent. Thank you. And also talk about seeing people at house of blues. I saw Peter Frampton house of blues and he came walking out there. How does hair? Well, that's that's what I was gonna say. So Frampton comes alive. He's got that hairy that looks like a lion's mane. Now, he's he walked up there. Looking like a little bald chemistry. Professor he had like little around Lassus and his head was completely shaved. And I was like oh, man. I was like who is this old man and he threw down. I mean three lives in Nashville. He's Frampton Berle as Frampton course, he came alive. I saw it Mark Alabama. We got to back to back. Mark Martin Alabama was up. Hey, guys, I have two quick things. Comment on one is congratulate that Clemson for you know, a heck of a game. Alabama didn't play very well. In fact, we're still here in Tuscaloosa trying to get orange Clete marks wiped off of Irene. But you know, so I just like to record conduct mandir eight them for playing a great game. And we we did a good job of thinking per se. Oh, but but, you know, hats off to Clemson, okay? Now to the what you've gone songs and. And. Yeah. I'm gonna amick jammed. I sorta okay. It's I think it's hard to be a LaGrange disease Asia. Oh, man. That's a great call. And then when you in kind of laid back mood of poll Keith Whitley to sun, but I'm no stranger to the rain it to Mark Mark came to play this morning. Not only did he live of the show orange. Click Mark comment, but he also shouted out Keith whittling. Oh, yeah. Didn't jump off sides. I didn't. Field goal, Mark. No, I didn't. The team. I've been I've been practicing all morning to get this, right? Day going..
"martin alabama" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Austrian walled. A hope. I said that right Derrick Derrick ocean walled. He said can somebody give them Aghia different chair? He looks uncomfortable. I feel like mardi McGee. She have a lazy boy sponsor, okay dot look comparable apparently on bare comfortable, should I slouch would that. No, no. You just look very studious. I think mardi looks more comfortable because he's relaxing. Elaine back. You're kind of in the host role. I think well, here's a here's a different. Slaps a little bit McGee. I have chosen to use the table. I have chosen table as my desk, and he has chosen to use his lap as the desk. That's different. See the thing. I'm staying needed new glasses or I need to blow up to make the final order. Can we discuss something real quick? Yeah. For those of you guys watching on the southeastern conference network. You can see the plate of. Sausage gravy is that a Dixie plate plate with a biscuits and gravy. And they're starting to play. They brought me to biscuits with gravy, and I one of the biscuits, and then the show started, and you can't content. I can't continue because. Yeah. Look. So that action so good a mess. A whole pile of sausage wreck. Randy where that come from. Jim read one of our directors here y'all need breakfast for the crew. So when Jim said, you won't viscous gravy on what gags was okay? Great fantastic. I didn't realize that he brought it GM made. He made it or the crew. Yeah. Man gyms going to win some sort of philanthropic award. Isn't that philanthropy? It is is Flynn. Maybe we could raise some money with his biscuits and gravy Mark in Texas zone ally. Mark welcome into Marty McGee. Good morning guys. Good morning. How are you? Good, bro. What's going on their teeth? Well, talking about your personal anthem in your daughter has wonderful taste that is a great track. I've I've actually thought it I thought when it was live and actually bought that track. That was hard. It was awesome about my personal anthem maimed news and turn your daughter onto this one is Peter Frampton DC like I do that's one A, and then one be would be Joel walls. I mean, those two songs are just just incredible since there, but I just want to put it in my two cents and over to the other side and get you off the the country. But he just said Joe Walsh. I think he's just it's all show Joe Walsh. When I spent good to me so far. Yeah. That's it. That's excellent. Thank you. And also talk about seeing people at house of blues. I saw Peter Frampton house of blues and he came walking out there. Well, that's that's what I was gonna say. So Frampton comes alive. He's got that hairy that looks like a lion's mane. Now, he's he walked out there. Looking like a little bald chemistry. Professor he had like little round Lassus and his head was completely shaved. And I was like oh, man. I was like who is this old man and he threw down. I mean through losing Nashville. He's Frampton burly as Frampton. So he came alive. I saw it. Mark in Alabama. We got back marks Martin Alabama. What's up? Hey. I have two quick things. Comment on one is congratulate that Clemson for you know, heck of a game Alabama didn't play very well. And he's like we're still here in Tuscaloosa trying to get orange Clete marks wiped off of Irene. But you know, so so I just like to record a mandir rate them for playing a great game. And we we did a good job of thanking per se. But but, you know, hats off to Clemson, okay? Now to the what you call on songs and. And. Yeah. Almost hammock jammed. I sorta okay. It's I think it's hard to be a LaGrange disease Asia. Oh, man. Oh, man. That's a great call. And then when you in kind of laid back mood of full Keith Whitley left to sun, but I'm no stranger to the rain just to Mark Mark game to play this morning. Not only did he live with the show, orange clean, Mark comment. But he also shouted out Keith whittling. Oh, I didn't jump off sides. I didn't. Run a fake field goal, Mark. Now, I didn't go to the team. I've been I've been practicing all moaning to get this, right?.
"martin alabama" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Gasoline, you're going to get to being snubbed is one thing. But this NFL player took a Pro Bowl, snub, really really personal will get a couple of minutes. But plenty of you weighing in about college football signing day and everybody salivating over the next grade play that can help your program get closer to the championship in the case of Alabama. Keep them in the championship way at triple eight say ESPN, eight eight eight seven two nine three seven seven six Francois. And the great city of Dallas. What you got? Much love for God. Bless you another year. Thank you partner. Appreciate the congress. Appreciate that. And I hope you I know you're gonna shop the up when I say this. But I if you'll give me reprieve, I'm just gonna make my point and hang up. Okay. Is the gentleman said earlier about college coaches are getting upset when kids changed their mind. And it's funny to me how. It's not clear max is I'm going somewhere with this like real MAC signed his contract with Chicago. He's playing to his contract. Now, I said that to say. If I'm Karen. I'm to make a commitment you fulfill that commitment they haven't said that don't commit until the day before Cernan day, but don't commit three months early when you already know inwardly. And I believe these kids really know their not stoop, you already know that that's not where you're going to fully commit so wait until the day before signing day and then make your commitment. And then that way, you're not putting their position in the first place coaches shouldn't get mad about it. But I can understand them being kicked off because as a human being I have a lot of respect for people to do what they say they're gonna do at present. I appreciate the call France. While in Dallas, I hear you're saying boss, but I'm never going to hold it against somebody to change their mind, especially when you're seventeen eighteen years of age. My producers Santa Pence said a best, you know, what I mean times, we probably changed. Our mind is teenage before we got to bed, and I said how many times of teens on mind when I stayed in bed and Eddie to do anything. I'm not going to punish a kid that three months later may decide you know, what this is a better situation for me. Maybe the guy that recruited him decide to take a job somewhere else. Maybe all of a sudden it was a better option to go somewhere else. I'm never going to punish a seventeen eighteen year old for changing their mind. If he signed a contract, that's one thing. Verbal agreements people break verbal agreements all the time. Men out there, raise a hammer. And how many times you said a woman, you're not really care about this relationship, and it wasn't a binding agreement. And then you change your mind. Thank you, don't make the only me out your by myself on this one. There are plenty of times that we have told that why I feel this way now, but I'm not gonna feel that way later, you don't know how you're going to feel especially seventeen eighteen years of age. I'm not gonna punish on kids with changing their mind. Not to mention I'm not gonna punish these kids while he's still have the power because once you sign your name when they dotted line with that letter of intent, you lose all the power, then you become essence of property of that university would have you get as morale went about one of our producers. She was in the military. She said would you sign that dotted line? That's it sign here. Initial here. You're in the army now from that standpoint, we're not talking about signing on the dotted line when you gave a verbal agreement that means you allowed to change your mind. If you want to it is just a verbal not a signed document a one also resort toward a France says in an ideal world. I've obviously you like the kid to wait to signing day or maybe the day before signing data to commit sign. Whatever work that way. But you can't because the tooth the reality is that these universities in these programs are recruiting ten other kids at your same position. As of you being the only recruit at that position are long gone. Yeah. So you got gotta get on board early or you're gonna lose your spot. Yeah. You may think you're the best in your area. There's somebody else out there that was the best in that area competing for the same spot. The you want at whatever university that's going to be Martin, Alabama, boss. Would you got? Hey Brady, I have much respect for your hard working, man. Thank you. Appreciate the kind words, my friend. I appreciate that. The USA today writer I disagree with him. I remember when Obama was three eight and horrible seasons. They're not good because I'm name or because we're uniform. It's it's because of the coaches in the staff work, I mean, they work hard. They worked hard at recruiting. And I work hard at everything they do. And I don't see why would say to me that you're hunching somebody for out working somebody'll. Market Alabama hate to cut you off there. But you're exactly right because Dan woken knows that's never going to fly in college football. And I'm never going to blame the Nick Sabin or before he decided to leave the house the urban Meyer of the world. They have built up enough equity and enough what they were doing uprooting trail that you should get the best of the best. Because the best of the best know if I'm going to be that kind of player. That's why I need to go to use an online. This guy's waiting for a lot of your time out there bum Phillips. He said this about another great coach and dossier back then I'm going to say guys like Nick Sabin. He can take his in and beat union. Ben take union and beat his and what that means is his guys better than your guys. But then he can take your guys and beat his guys. That's why they've been so terrific recruiting guys know that he's not going to be punished for that. But at the same time, I clearly here that Dan wants more of a level playing field and cosmodrome recruiting. There's no such thing as a level playing field period. This story. Michael in Tennessee. What you got boss? How you doing? Thank you for taking my call. Absolutely my friends. I just wanted to agree with you on what what I was listening to earlier on your opinion of. And a lot of I'm big Tennessee fan. But I totally respect what Nick Sabin has done. And I feel like it a lot to do with his coaching and the Justice teammates on both sides of the ball from year to year witnessed it for years and years now, and I'm not totally against limiting, you know, taking away some of the scholarships. But I think the American crowd is more warning eighteen playoff and more. You know, the Cinderella having a chance, and I think it's more of that baby adding teams through the playoffs. One more time. I've always said that eight teams back six seven years ago that eighteen would solve everything if I was a Tennessee fan. And I mean, if my Tennessee team was map, or whatever reason you're never going to hear me cry about that night. Right. They don't deserve to be in. And I think people want sports fans want that. More than they want to penalize somebody for being great by go, Tennessee. That's a great point number one. Because believe me, I think four teams are noth-, but I live on planet earth like you do and it's going to be in eighteen playoff. And a main reason is we've got Nick Sabin is the Boston College football. And they believe the Mortagne chance he has to play games. Maybe he won't win the championship every European contention for it. I'm with you on that. When it turns of eight teams and a lot of that to do with with Alabama and the SEC had been able to do, but I will say this. If you're mad about two SEC teams getting in with fourteenth, you're going to be really upset when they had three teams in eighteen playoff as we say here on Freddie and Fitz on ESPN radio. Vata learn you that'll learn you real quick Darius Leonard outstanding rookie linebacker. The Indianapolis Colts was snow for the Pro Bowl. You can make a great case that he should have been there over Moseley who got from the Baltimore Ravens. And also McCain who gather from the Houston Texans. Here's how really upset by the snub that he was he is determined to get. Forty tackles this weekend. I'm not making that up. They played the New York Giants and Eric Brown. The colts tight end said, and I quote Dara's Leonard told him he told me he wanted forty tackles. But I told him it's humanly impossible. He does not care things. Like, the Pro Bowl should really go by statistics rather than names. He's one of the great all-time rookie linebacker statistically in a longtime end, quote now, I get why Darius Leonard feels that way. But I'm also not gonna punish a guy in Moseley of the Baltimore Ravens. Limit has to make those plays. Because that defense Indianapolis is not as good as the defense of the Baltimore Ravens that doesn't mean that his impact should be lessened when it comes to mostly other linebackers because they are better personnel. Darris? Lynn is terrific. Hey that pro bowls. No get you through the night. And you wanna punish the giants? Have that a young man have it? But that doesn't mean that your numbers, even though they're clearly better had more impact than a guy playing any better defense. The number one defense in the NFL when it comes to the Baltimore Ravens. Oh, the pressure on these quarterbacks in the final two weeks, but it can only be one that's next on ESPN radio. 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"Underrated challenge. As he runs. Well. He's fixed wrong kid. It's hard to bring down. We can extend plays. Similar to quarterback. Tillerson really the last three weeks knockout on the giants game. But no soon as three weeks players that have that type of skill and he's the category. Who are the last three quarterbacks that they faced outside of the giants from preseason into the regular season. Shawn Watson and Cameron Newton Cam Newton. Yeah. He just. Hold on a second straight vase. What Bortles can get out of pocket? Still France could tell you that. Check. There's always something. Okay. He was asked to. Yes, or no question and paused, and he could've usually given his little bit. Yeah. You know, he's pretty good at right instead he expanded on it is it. He's there's something going on a practice where he needs to get the guys motiva-. I don't know. Unfond? Jalen Ramsey is kind of. Maybe you mad, bro moment. Aby ready to take the AFC from the patriots a huge week to man. And then that goes into the bitter after forementioned giants and Cowboys with the Vikings and the Packers and the early window jets. Dolphins rivalry darnold Vitanza hill. Just can be too in. Oh, yes. It'd be leading the division. On monday. How about them apples? Panthers falcons. That's a good one. The unluckiest lock of the week pick that I gave you an hour one fits magic improving to two and oh by beating the eagles of got that feeling. I don't know what the feeling is. But it's an unlucky. Lock of the week your doctor. Okay. One of the problems for the raiders on Monday night. No pass rush. Oh, that's weird. Jon Gruden talked about what he's we'll see on his defense. When you can run the ball like they ran in the second half is very hard to rush the passer. Obviously, we didn't get the golf enough. And when you get the girly enough and. We'll take a good look at the reasons why we did. We'll take a good look at the reasons why they didn't number fifty two in Chicago. Wow. James Jones, and our two came here and said that there's no this was his point. Six minutes to go up ten and McVeigh is play action passing with golf as he said having a sandwich back there. And there's no doubt that there are players on that defense and also on the sidelines sitting there saying there's no way that would have been happening if we had Khalil Mack here. And that it's a problem for Gruden moving forward. Certainly when he says that if MAC as he told Lisa Saulters MAC didn't want to be here. And there are players who he says are still on the team when he was there James Jones in the rookie season of MAC and the rookie season of car when they went Owen ten and the coaching staff when there were Owen ten was using Macs. Nonstop play and motor as an example of this is how you do it in the NFL win winless through ten games and still trying hard that that guy to be told in that locker room didn't wanna be there, by guy didn't even know more meet him. Telling you they need to have that win as AD odorant fast. And the Broncos could be to an also raiders Broncos. I mean, that's. I'm not just type in just a hype these week to gain a lot that game raiders Broncos cheese at Steelers stra monster game. Let's get started few injury things as receiver Doug Baldwin. Maybe out a couple of weeks, according to Pete Carroll dealing with that knee injury. It's a wait-and-see situation. But it looks like it could be a two to four week. Deal for Doug Baldwin. There's that's bad news for Seattle. Aaron Rodgers just going back to the top of the show. Aired Rogers in the rehab group today. Not a setback. Mike McCarthy said day by day situation. Reevaluate him tomorrow. Mike Zimmer did say he is preparing to face Aaron Rodgers. He said, quote, he walks on water. So I'm sure he's going to play how so Vikings echoes Mike Zimmer preparing to see number twelve out there. Let's kick it off. Couple of college football items. David shod Stanford said Bryce love their Heisman Trophy candidate running back will not play this week undisclosed injury. An Alabama added a twenty twenty home game with Tennessee Mark lookout. I've never even heard of Tennessee, Tennessee, Martin Butto, a great playwright. No, wait a minute. I'm sorry. Great quarterback. No, that's t Martin great comedian. No, that's Martin mall. There. The sky the Skyhawks Skyhawk all due respect to university of Tennessee Martin. And I'm sure there might be some alums out there. We may be broadcasting to some policies for thinking that maybe you're the Tennessee version of the ghost of Billy Martin Dean Martin Alabama. What the hell is Alabama? This is the problem with college football. Can we get some form of uniformity in scheduling? Can't we get some sort of governing body that says to Alabama? Thou shalt not schedule Tennessee Martin. You can't go and play sloppy university. And again, I'm sure they're very prideful at Tennessee Martin. But what what are they they're probably paying them to go and scream it's like, a it's like a glorified scrimmage is that going to be warm up for. The Auburn game. Probably don't they always play somebody right at the end of the SEC and they play at one two boys school normally that late November. That'll come out maybe score the first three points and get everybody thinks this is the day. And then cut to an hour later. Alabama's up thirty and Nick Sabin is using someone who's an example by ripping them a new one for a holding penalty or lane kiffin that was like the lane kiffin dialing up the wrong place scream at lane kiffin game. Yeah. Who was on dancing with pop culture things. So Henry Cavill is reportedly out a superman, so rich get your taped together and send that to Warner Brothers and dancing with the stars season. Twenty-seven announced DeMarcus ware is going to be out there future hall of Famer DeMarcus ware, Mary Lou Retton in this film, the sports void a boat, Duke, John Schneider. It's going to be out there. Not the general manager of the Seattle Seahawks. John Schneider Nodar about that positive Nancy mckeon mckeown from facts of life on supermodel, Alexis, Ren del tufo, okay? Bobby jones. A I don't know. I don't know. How many of these people are? Comedian Nikki Glaser, she'll be great. Okay. Very good. Yeah. Dancing with the stars. Very good. Let's take one more quick phone call before Keegan Michael key comes on out here. Okay. Let's go to is it gonzo in Sacramento guns. Are you there? Hey, what's up? What's up rich? How already gone hill? Hey, I'm I'm I'm a little upset at Brooklyn. He's he's crazy. To where to wear jersey in another stadium is the biggest thing that fan can do. So I don't I don't know. What do you mean by biggest thing? What do you mean? Like, you're showing your your lover. Yeah. So I'm I'm a giants fan. So I look going as games wearing a giants shirt when as are playing white, you know, Orioles or like a random team. So it's I think it's more of a fan moves to do to where your teams I exactly that's kind of the the the the crazy and Brockman wearing a Rams wearing Ramsey's. And he's a he's a patriots fan. Season to season ticket holder. I'm invested all please. You're invested Brockman. You're not a fan. You can't wear another Teamsters and go to a game. There's no plan B, you're proving my point but wearing a different shirt to the to the dome your troll. You're just like del tufo, you're just. What's your favorite show? You the biggest show. Why wouldn't why I don't? I don't get. Why you're not? You're wearing Iran ridiculous. Thanks for the call. You're my favorite troll somebody. I mean, I appreciate told you that. What do you want me to wear full Tom Brady uniform to Yankee Stadium? May I? But I'll have to bodyguards with me. But it's I don't have a hat is not a problem though, because I wear a hat every single day of my life. Eight four four zero four rich we've been having this conversation slash argument. You're my favorite trolls has gone zone Sacramento. Lonzo. Okay. So we are fired up. Look who's here on the rich Eisen show writer, Keegan Michael key. How are you? I'm so. How are you doing? I'm wonderful, man. I like a nice press tour. That's what we're doing. Like nice press tour. Right. You know, it helps you hoopla Kate the guns get the mind working trying to say some clever thing also work on you're putting game. Corner right now one of my own I'm going to go for this guy. Think he might have to let pets. Swimmingly? Working on.
"martin alabama" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And that it's a problem for Gruden moving forward. Certainly, when he says that if MAC as he told Lisa soldiers, MAC didn't want to be here. And there are players who he says are still on the team when he was there. James Jones in the rookie season of MAC and the rookie season of car. When they went Owen ten and that coaching staff when there were Owen, ten was using Macs. Nonstop play and motor. As an example of this is how you do it in the NFL win winless through ten games and still trying hard that guy to be told in that locker room didn't wanna be there by guy, didn't even know more. Meet him. Telling you they need to have that win as a dealer and fast, and the Broncos could be to an also raiders Broncos. I mean, that's not. I'm not just hype and hype these week to gain a lot thing that came raiders Broncos cheese at Steelers, true monster game. Let's get started arts few injury. Things had receiver. Doug Baldwin may be out a couple of weeks according to Pete Carroll dealing with that knee injuries awaiting sees situation, but it looks like it could be a two four week. Deal for Doug Baldwin there. That's bad news for Seattle, Aaron Rodgers. Just going back to the top of the show, Aaron Rodgers in the rehab group today. Not a setback. Mike McCarthy said day by day situation, reevaluate him tomorrow. Mike Zimmer did say he is preparing to face Aaron Rodgers. He said, quote, he walks on water. So I'm sure he's going to play how so Viking, Mike Zimmer preparing to see number twelve out there. Let's kick it off couple of college football items. David shot. Stanford said, Bryce love their Heisman, Trophy candidate running back will not play this week. Undisclosed injury and Alabama added a twenty twenty home game with Tennessee. Marta lookout. I've never even heard of Tennessee Tennessee Martin Butto way. Great playwright, no, wait a minute. I'm sorry. Great quarterback. No, that's t Martin. Great comedian. No, that's Martin mall. There the Skyhawks, the Skyhawk sky, all due respect to university of Tennessee Martin, and I'm sure there might be some alums out there. We may be broadcasting to some. I apologize for thinking that maybe you're the Tennessee version of the ghost of Billy Martin Dean Martin. Alabama. What the hell is Allah Bamut? This is the problem of college football complete, get some form of uniformity in scheduling. Can't we get some sort of governing body that says to Alabama, thou shalt not schedule tennessee-martin. You can't go and play sloppy university. And again, I'm sure they're very prideful at Tennessee Martin, but what? What are they? They're probably paying them to go and scream. It's like a, it's a glorified scrimmage. Is that going to be the warm up for. The Auburn game probably play somebody right at the end of the SEC and they play a one two school. Normally that late November that'll come out and maybe score the first three points and get everybody thinking, this is the day and then cut to an hour later Alabama's up thirty and Nick Sabin is using someone as an example by ripping them a new one for a holding penalty or lane kiffin..
"martin alabama" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Yeah, I, it's funny even the British ones, especially because there's so many sections, but maybe that's true of every country. Because if you're doing American accent, is it from Kentucky New York or. Right? The very rare or San Francisco, which my opinion has no accent whatsoever. You know what's funny, I think old Sam because that's where my family's from and old San Francisco really. Is that true your Barry, Martin Alabama area? I was born children's hospital in the city. My grandfather, my mother's father originally from England, but survived the nineteen o six quake, no way this way my grandmother was born that year, and she's the love to say. That's why it happened. That was, she would explain that. And again at twenty seven, you say grandma tell me about the boards again, my one of my first jokes, that's a stand up in San Francisco. Talking about my family history, there is to say, my grandfather survived the nineteen o six earthquake and worked on the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge and fact. Gave his life not while working on the bridge back then if you came over the bridge and didn't have the toll, they killed her. Thank you for that. It's always been very high. Two year old bridge specific? Yes, for sure. But I was gonna say my family has almost a New York accent the the, the ones that were in San Francisco in the fifties. They had a kind of thing like this. They talked a little bit like this, like I can't may have come through Ellis Island from the gangsters leftover area. I think it is maybe like there's so many immigrants that people just talked like other people, but but I'm not sure. I'm not sure why they talk like that. But when I think of that, like my two, I two old ants, ant man and an and they both kind of tucked like this like this a little bit like that where I'm like, where you guys grew up in the mission, like, what are you doing? Right talks like that there. Yeah, so I cut my com. Stand up comedy teeth and San Francisco. Yeah. I was like the same era as Dana Carvey and Bobby Slayton. Wow seventy. That's how old I am. Holy city zoo. You know what? I was born in the city, and then I was quite young in the family decided to move down. San Jose to the beginning of the suburbs and whatever that was. And so it wasn't till I was I started doing stand up, so like in bars and San Jose with her? No county. Wow. So so literally a bar shit, kicker bar would have a ban plan the corner. And when the band took a break, I'd convince let me get up and do twenty minutes. So think about this. You're gonna shit kicker bar. The band's just got done playing..
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"Claim but a counter intelligence officers said that could be right thirty five groups marching down surf avenue two hundred fifty judges for their willingness to be bribed to be listen to whatever i tell them that chief justice martin alabama four by artists thirty six years ago enjoyed for more than just bash the hard root band live is not going to put me on the radio and let him go unidentified wcbs radio's mike sugarman on coney island six weeks after kilowatt as major eruption on hawaii's big island people are still trying to find places stay foreign little children their mother and her boyfriend all living in a mini van after the balkan destroyed the home they were to move into it's not easy constantly cleaning and trying to find places to go to cook and wash up currently crawley says with all her children life in a mini van has been easier than trying to stay in a shelter rick salinger four cbs news at the killer way of volcano pope francis has denounced abortion as the white glove equivalent of the nazi era eugenics programs and urge families to accepted children that god gives them the pope spoke off the cuff to a meeting of an italian family association the vatican did not provide a transcript immediately but some news agencies quoted the pontiff as being critical of prenatal testing that can result in parents choosing to terminate a pregnancy if a fetus is malformed or suffering other problems news agencies quotas francis is saying last century the whole world was scandalised by what the nazis did to purify the race and today we do the same thing but with white gloves years families to.
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"Thank you you know dot we are looking at these situations all over the country when you look i'm going to martin alabama on the clemens case in while for house we look at what happened in starbucks with those two young men who look at these women on the golf course how much of this do you think has been emboldened by the present climate emanating from the white house that has given a moral equivalence with neo nazis and people protesting against confederate statues and and then every twist and turn has said they're going to support the police no matter what and even when before is even an investigation or even an inquiry doc i i don't hear duck but but i think you can't divorce this even more than ever because as we see the multiplicity of issues are we are definitely seeing that these people have never in my opinion changed but i think it is important that we understand they have become more emboldened let's go to terry inch chicago let's stay in chicago wvu in sixteen ninety home of good the governor cliff kelly good afternoon wherever now how you doing sir thank you i'll do my call just a couple of things number one with all these incidences that are going on in this country with racial tensions and whatnot and you just talking recent caller dr hutchinson what gives you hope ever now fifty years after the civil rights movement to continue pressing on because we're seeing not just in this current climate with our current president but even under obama things unfortunately weren't perfect so what gives you hope to keep pressing on where first of all thank you for your call i don't look at first of all that is fifty s is movement i think they surveys movement still going on how big is fifty years since dr king was assassinated and that phase of the civil rights movement i think a lot of us try to act like civil rights was the sixty civil rights is a struggle that continued even after dr king because we steal a facing civil oh rights issues and many of us have been on the battlefield dealing with them all the way up until now what did situations we just name what gives me hope is that i've seen throughout history that if we stood up.
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"I may till martin alabama and several other states are thinking about doing away with marriage licenses the legislation in alabama comes after the state became a flash point in the national debate over same sex marriage now a lawmaker says getting out of the marriage license business altogether could eliminate the controversy npr's debbie elliott reports couples gay or straight looking for a marriage license in pike county alabama won't get one from local probate judge wes allen we have not issued any marriage licenses since february i think nine two thousand fifteen that's one a federal judge struck down alabama's ban on same sex marriage the states then chief justice roy moore told local officials they weren't bound by the federal court ruling that through alabama's marriage license system into chaos some offices closed altogether for pike county probate judge wes allen the decision came down to his fate i'm deeply held religious beliefs you know i believe marriage is between a man and a woman i firmly believe that biblical worldview and i couldn't put my signature on a on a marriage licenses it i knew not to be marriage as many as twelve other judges adopted similar policies after the us supreme court legalize same sex marriage some like alan closed their marriage license division others will sign the license but quit performing marriage ceremonies counties initially braced for lawsuits but no one is sued that could be because alabama's marriage law says probate judges may issue marriage licenses not chow eva kendrick is the state director for the human rights campaign which advocates for lgbt right well in many ways alabama's been one of the toughest states when it comes to access to marriage equality because of our marriage code and because the way it's written for judges to choose to issue licenses or not she says access depends on where you live with metropcs politics areas like birmingham and montgomery open for business but remote rural areas more.
"martin alabama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The pilot survived the crash on sunday in the national transportation safety board continues its investigation the aclu of new jersey says the superintendent of sayerville public schools as threatening to suspend students who joined tomorrow's national walkout asking for stricter gun laws nancy d as is eleven year old son at ten sayerville middle school in wants to join the walkout she says gun violence scares her nothing that we can pretty much jewish to shield them from it and so he told me he wanted to participated this walkout of course i supported the aclu of new jersey says schools cannot inflict harsher punishment on political action than they do for just cutting class sayerville superintendent richard lobby told the as an email exchange that the district can appear to support a political viewpoint new jersey governor phil murphy will unveil his budget in his first address to the state legislature today wnyc's nancy solomon reports the speech will we watch closely and not just because of the state's fiscal problems murphy has been in office fifty six days and he's already struggling to get his own democratic party on board with many of his proposals even though most democratic legislators supported a millionaires tax when chris christie governor now they're against it and a significant number of democrats are opposed to legalizing marijuana new jersey citizens will also be listening closely to hear whether murphy is going to raise taxes to pay for increased school funding and free community college tuition whatever murphy says it's sure to be a departure from the previous eight the budget addresses given by christie and you can watch the speech live at two o'clock today at wnyc dot org snow this morning mainly before eleven o'clock total accumulation wants to inches possible although little sticking in the city right now it'll turn windy with wind gusts up to thirty one miles per hour it's morning edition from npr news i'm david green and i'm rachel martin alabama and several other states are thinking about doing away with.
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"Bass master elite angler takahiro amaury he lives not too far down the road for may he lives in emery texas out by lake fork maybe you've heard of that place picked up a big win a net very first bass master elite of the end of two thousand eighteen lake martin alabama it had been fifteen years since talk had fished major professional bass tournament on martin but he felt ride home last weekend he's your past the two milliondollar earnings markian bass with his one hundred thousand dollar win the top five looked like this takahiro amaury and first place roy hawk lake have assu city arizona second adrian avina find one that new jersey third jared lintner arroyo 'grande california fourth and luke clawson out of the state of washington rounded out the top five got a surprising that none of those great anglers from the state of alabama landed in the top five on one of their home lights congratulations oregon state university eric kennedy of woodland california and william i woman eugene oregon may one that yet again failed w college fishing of on like have assu last weekend it was gilmore high school georgia thomas gest stating carter ought that one the 2018 tb f f l w high school fishing georgia state championship on west point blake and bethel university these folks are always when in basque tournaments bethel university finished first and second firstplace team coal floyd leesburg ohio carter mcneil abby veiled south carolina they want that lw college fishing of in on lake seminole or the flora safe enough to use on those weaning puppies you have at home they're it'll make the transition for mother's milk to drive dog food seamless and it'll help build a strong gee i system for life in those pups ask your vet about foreign flora pay everbody at source who would send when i'm not in the greater lower sure thinking about it he with big billy.
"martin alabama" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"And change your routine albert their gi system safe enough for winning puppies through border flora ask you read about it we started going through the list that mystery tackle box put together last week of the state large mouth bass records we started with the a's alabama arizona arkansas last week there are no bs there are no large mouth bass in alaska either that's why they were not on the list but the other forty nine states do have a large mouth bass state record we moved to the seas california michael a rubio back in 1991 27 years ago this record was set twenty one pounds to ounces lake cast stake california texas florida the land of john hey it's colorado holding their own at eleven pounds six ounces echo canyon reservoir jarrett edwards in 1997 and in connecticut the record goes all the way back to 1960 d one a guy named frank dormer it mosher pardoned pond a very respectable twelve found four ounces in the state of connecticut gonna interesting to go back and look at these large mouth bash records throughout each state and pretty impressive 12 found bassin connecticut eleven pounds in colorado those replaces the get really cold and stay that way for quite a while meaning a shorter growing season further basque i know you guys into mexico are going to have a great time this weekend at the annual new mexico al nura adventures hunting and fishing show runs through tomorrow at the state fairgrounds at albuquerque but get an outdoor skills room this year where not only can you enjoy all of the great vendors hunting and fishing opportunities that are presented to you there at the state fairgrounds in albuquerque but you can also get some handson instruction fishing game calling out nor survival archery pellet gun shooting even an off highway vehicle simulator bass master elite angler takahiro are maury he lives not too far down the road for may he lives in emery texas out by lake fork maybe you've heard of that place picked up a big win and net mary first bass master elite of the end of two thousand eighteen lake martin alabama it had been fifteen years since talk had fished a major professional bass tournament on martin but he felt ride at home last weekend he surpassed the two milliondollar earnings mark in bass with his one hundred thousand dollar win the.
"martin alabama" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Yeah yeah it's uh it's hard to get to uh to uh promo utah from lake martin alabama i thought i find no way paul we'll get where you are you mentioned comments at the time you've been there before auburn or or somebody loses a game in the next thing you know people want to overthrow the uh the emperor uh you've been that emperor before and your reaction to many uh being extremely unhappy with the first outing the second game of the year but the first major outing for the auburn tigers yeah it was and we all know this this was going to be a big game for gusmao known and uh i didn't get to see a lot of it i went back and watch some of it i watched the first couple of dr not thought it they're gonna they're gonna like clinton's defense up with looks like the running back a little tired clemson figured out what was going on but just one game but it's uh you know how people are uh i've been in that situation people look it not just that one game but look at the body of work you know as a as a as a coach obviously i'm on stand up for the players in the and the coach uh at all or not i think they're they're getting better but his are getting better soon enough because this is three or four years of of not making it to the promised land you know they have and uh it's they they get paid a lot of money everybody understands all that and uh i just think that uh the greg reckon president are going to be looking at this and i am i getting off off hoped that they make this decision the right way uh as the season goes on but i i don't don't close the door on over and yet they their defense is i don't know how good it is uh you know they played pretty well at times uh but the offense you can't at one hundred fifty yards uh.