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Cancel Culture: Slaying the Fox Monster

On The Media

07:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Cancel Culture: Slaying the Fox Monster

"We're going to cancel anybody. We disagree with cancel. Culture now has permeated every single part of our society. Sadly i predict it's only gonna get worse. Silence more dangerous voices. You know sean hannity. Maybe you're onto something in advance of an impeachment trial of ex-president on the grounds of inciting insurrection. There is growing sentiment for the cable. Channel that most amplified donald trump's ravings to be held accountable as well in the past week. The new york times washington post mother jones variety and cnn. All entertained musings about fox. One way or another being shunned from polite society. Washington post media columnist. Margaret sullivan declared quote corporations. That advertise on fox. News should walk away and citizens who care about the truth should demand that they do. Such is the post insurrection. Comeuppance zeitgeist after the january sixth riots mainstream social media rid itself of donald trump and thousands of other conspiracy theorists twitter. Dropped more than seventy thousand accounts devoted cunanan single day likewise partner. The extremist heavy twitter clone lost. it's internet host. Republican members of congress suddenly lost sources of campaign funds and donald trump himself lost crucial business relationships. Cancel culture sean. Well yeah more or less and so in this hour. We address two questions first. What if fox news were to be neutralized or at least radically ostracized and secondly in a democratic society in which free speech is foundational. Is that an outcome. We really want. Both questions are premised on the belief that whatever fox has been since one thousand nine hundred ninety six launch a megaphone for wedge issues fearmongering lies conspiracy theories culture. Wars has poisoned with sleep. Mutated it's no longer just an argument with the left. It's explicitly a safe space for insurrectionists and all those who imagine themselves under the heel of tyranny tens of millions of americans have no chance there are about to be crushed by the ascendant left. These people needed defender. You need a defender. Why is no one defending them. That was tucker carlson. One day after the storming of the capital which according to angelo kerosone president and ceo of the left leading advocacy group media matters for america exemplifies the channels dark and treacherous turn. They know that a part of their audience especially tucker's with this idea genocide that white culture is in some way being replaced in decayed and they are trying to appeal to that and they're warning them. They're coming for them. It's a political plain and simple. It's now standard operating procedure in the democratic party. Are you or have you ever been a supporter of donald trump on put a scarlet letter tv on supporters. This is a slippery slope. Are people going to say. We're not going to sell you a car. A republicans. we're not gonna. We're not going to issue you a mortgage conservatives. I mean how far does this go. And you listen as the geniuses explain how the single biggest threat to country isn't chinese. Hegemony or even the coming hyperinflation. Pretty much uncertainty now. Which was one hundred percent caused by elite mismanagement of our economy. But no let's not talk about that. The real threat is a forbidden idea. It's something called that's carlson. Dismissing worries about cunanan a cult dedicated to dismantling government filled with pedophile cannibals. Which is something of a departure from historical conservative values of states rights fiscal responsibility a strong military and self reliance because you know cannibals. The last year in particular is when it certainly seemed as though the cauldron of him and lies. That fox news had been boiling boiled. Over and i think it affected. Everybody's lives i with kobe and all the misinformation and how they influenced the public health response and then in the aftermath of the election. An how they kind of built the framework that really helped undermine the results in the minds a so many of our fellow citizens and after the rage it had helped fuel finally materialized into violence. Did fox hole back humbled in jason over. Its own dark power. No just last week. Here was fox news founder. rupert murdoch. Australia denouncing not insurrection but cancel culture is rigidly enforced. Conformity didn't better. I circled central me. A straightjacket on sensitive -tuni- people have fought too hard in too many places for freedom of speech. To be suppressed for this awful woke orthodoxy murdoch's denunciation of political correctness was widely interpreted as a vow not to cave either to the bleeding hearts or to the even fringe ear conservative channels like newsmax and one american news where many maga- fateful fled on election night. When fox was the first call arizona for joe biden in the aftermath the perennial ratings leader skidded at least temporarily to third place in cable news and for now. Murdoch is steering into the skid. Npr's david folkenflik reports by taking even more news fox news one of their top news. Anchors martha mccallum. She was shifted from seven pm prime evening slot to three pm in the afternoon. And that is a major opinion our and let's be clear conservative opinion. Our among those auditioning is maria bartiromo an anchor. Who has made a lot of unfounded. Unhinged claims here's one from let's just for the sake of argument except that fox news channel has not only crossed a line but defiantly stayed there and thus the chorus of calls for boycotts by its advertisers and of its advertisers in order to starve the beast in the interest of full disclosure in other spaces. I myself have called for that very thing. This happens to be the work. Kerosone media matters has been undertaking. Four years with mixed success. One of the big efforts was a campaign to get either glenn beck to be less destructive or ultimately fired and that's exactly what happens on the other hand or recently advertisers have sled tucker and laura ingram they have lost about half of their paid commercials they used to have more than thirty commercials show now the average between fourteen and sixteen and even though they've lost money obviously they're still on the network and they

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This top cancer scientist thought he knew a lot about cancer. Then he got it.

Science Friction

05:58 min | Last month

This top cancer scientist thought he knew a lot about cancer. Then he got it.

"I wanted. I didn't want to have not only smoldering away in my pelvis. bit also small does away and you hit. It's always in your head as much as i could rationalize it and say i'm very scientific in my approach things and it wasn't a problem every day would come to me at three o'clock in the morning when i sat a worrying about all the other things worry about three o'clock in the morning you will saying parts of them and the body that they will never really say themselves. Also get tonight. It's an extraordinary thing that that was true kind of but it is still amazes me today. That people want to see the inside. Bids cannot have my video. I want to share it on social media. you know. i've seen all your videos on youtube. Can you make sure my prostate goes up in this episode. It's a franken. Feel this conversation about an experience. Men don often talked publicly about. So let's meet the scientist and the surgeon interested in nature. This is professor robe ramsey as a molecular biologist and kansas scientist and on the saudi also makes art. He's a black belt in karate rossi's by his husband father of two children but trying to understand how the natural world works was a i love of his and i've always been driven by trying to understand biology and i'm also a little bit inclined to like machinery and structures and the way things work and essentially sells Machines and i like the way they operate and they're really have siamese different facets to them and of causing disease machinery goes wrong for me. The very first day i was in an operating theatre watching people take cancerous. Lump sexually as it was then breast cancer. I was instantly captivated. This is professor. Declan murphy lading urologist and kansas surgeon. He's been in a for over a decade but you can he he's rh lilt and even though it's cancer he's dealing with everyday like rob. He's loved his job. Died dot. I was in the operating theatre was meeting these patients before and after as a medical student and honestly i just became almost overwhelmed by the idea that people will allow other people to do surgery on them. That it's such a huge privilege to be allowed to do surgery but i was fascinated by urology because it's it's quite a a big field work. In it's everything from the kidneys dancer. The bladder and the prostate and the pain is in. The testicles are all areas in the urology domain that can be affected by cancer. Now dick lennon rob happened to be call. Eggs at the pay to mccallum will pay to mac cancel santa in melbourne as a scientist rob's focused on amongst other tricky conundrums developing vaccines that target gastrointestinal cancers like colorectal cancer as a surgeon declines leading the way with us robotics in the operating theatre and often the cancer arena. You'll find that scientists and surgeons just don't traditionally makes much but robin declan like many others at paid amac a different because i want to do science. That reflects the needs of people with cancer and the clinicians trading them are remember being at a hospital where declan was doing a tag team robotic procedure on a patient was having some colorectal surgery plus a prostatectomy and i was there on saturday morning with my eyes pocket collecting some samples clincal trial without doing their in the operating room because these patients have agreed to be part of a trial in that case. That was a patient to kansas. Quite complex work but rob wanted some tissue as some cancerous tissue to take into the lab. And i was watching these two guys work. Seamlessly together is something is a of beauty in any group of people that do things well together and there's almost subliminal communication. What's coming next that i'm bumping to each other The theater staff all expert. They work as attainments really like a formula one team. It a stop and i'd never. I've never worked in the center where you will have a a professor of colorectal science in the operating room with you so and we get used to that at peter. Mac it's the same prostate the same for melanoma central breast and and i just find as an extraordinary environment. I've never worked in a place that has that. Degree of translational multidisciplinary care where people are. They're asking the questions taking the tissue doing trials etcetera etcetera. And it's just a extraordinary. I can do some cool things in my lab question. I of been geneticists for most of my research life and we can do cool things with jane's in cells and also indeed on animals and you can find great science out of that but does it always reflect what's going on in the patient and the answer is sometimes but not always and i want to the always it is relevant. What happens in a patient. It's all about the patient in the has always westbound lot that though so these two colleagues late in their fields in cancer but then kind of a sudden curve ball and a role change. The scientists in the surgeon were about to become the surgeon. And he's patient he's rob i have a great jp. I've been going to for quite a long time. Really thoughtful considerate kanda guy. We've we always have a great show. When i go to visit him. I have a checkup every six months. For basically blood blood pressure to have a level that cannot be controlled just by exercise and diet.

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3 UN peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic

BBC World Service

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

3 UN peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic

"Three peacekeepers from Burundi have been killed in the Central African Republic, where rebel forces fighting the government ahead of presidential and parliamentary elections on Sunday. Jessica McCallum reports. A U N statement blamed unidentified armed combatants for the deaths in two separate incidents to other peacekeepers were wounded. U. N. Secretary general's office strongly condemned the attacks, warning that they could constitute a war crime. They came after the rebel coalition called off a ceasefire on said it would resume its advance on the capital. The rebels say the president faster than our cars. Touadera is trying to rig Sunday's vote. He in turn, has accused his predecessor Francois Bozize, a of plotting a coup. Something he has denied. The

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"mccallum" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

07:59 min | 2 months ago

"mccallum" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football

"Also presented by indeed and favor. Today i've got a good one lined up for you. we're going to get. it started off here with napoleon. mccallum former raiders running back and navy reading back. But i also have joining me today former offensive tackle lincoln. Can this is going to be a good one pack. So let's get right into it first. Let's start it off here. As we speak with napoleon mccallum he talked to me about the navy game plays on december twelve th. That's this coming saturday. Three pm eastern twelve noon pacific and this contest that you can enter. So let's have here breakdown the contest for us. I'm heidi fangs today. With former navy running back as well as a former raider that lives here in henderson nevada and is just all over the town. He's going to talk to us about the one hundred and twenty first army navy game taking place december twelfth starting at three pm on the east coast noon here on the pacific coast napoleon. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me cited the be here talk about army navy and this is no polian mccallum again so napoleon. I wanted to talk to you all about this. Because there's a ton of things happening with america's game. Usaa has this tradition. The army navy house sweepstakes that's happening there's ways to enter on army navy house dot com. What can you tell us about this. Well you know what. I go to the website and i'm really curious the curious to see all the pictures of all the army navy people all the navy people who have had great experiences an army and they can post their photos there and the best photos acts away when an opportunity to win a trip to new york for the next army navy game. I'd love to go. I spend a lot of time in new york city. Love new york city. I mean this game is a storied rivalry something that used to be featured on. Its own during this week but due to covid nineteen which you know. Circumstances are always changing. You just never know what's going to happen right now. We are living in a pandemic. So i mean what does it mean. As far as getting more is here to this historic rivalry. Well you know the army navy game. I mean they're the best of the best. These are the guys that have character who are going out on the battle field that we get to see five eight and it will be a battle and later on they're gonna shake hands and then they're going to work together to protect our country and still this rivalry like we said it lives on your and alumni of navy. You're running back there your college hall of famer so tell us just for you. Your personal experiences. What you took away from being on that field and kind of wearing that badge having that name honor behind it with being part of the navy team you know i it's really about the camaraderie We meet We make at the naval academy and You know even last year. I went to the game and even when i was walking around through the stadium. You know a lot of army people you know said hi to me and everything getting me You know about never getting the win against me but it is just a. I'm actually going to have an event here at my house while with a few close friends For the army navy game. And we're gonna watch it outside and Share some beers and Some stories so It it's really about camaraderie and the brotherhood that we have. That's great staff. I mean you had your choice to go to so many different schools. You chose navy because it was a place that allowed you to do the position that you wanted to become a great in. That was running back. This has got to be just fantastic for you to be able to see this thing. Come together oh yeah. it's it's pretty awesome at one. One point tried to actually get navy to come out here to las vegas and play in our las vegas bowl But i think it was during christmas and they didn't want to come so but now that we got this new stadium they might wanna come now. So but no i i love navien and i love the people that it represents. I'm surprised you weren't able to get them there. Because you're very persuasive. And you mentioned that new stadium and you were very implemental in getting that new stadium here to nevada las vegas. What can you tell us about that process and what it means now that you can see it here actually being right in the main kinda throw away on the fifteen. And the having the raiders. Hear your former team is pretty awesome and it was just a win win for everybody and you know we had a great team of people who worked You know behind the scenes to make all this happen and Basically what it was left up to two mark we gave them the option of coming here and once away didn't work out he was he had made up his mind. He's coming to las vegas. And i think he hasn't regretted that decision. It's it's a beautiful stadium. I've been in an around the outside of it. And and just the things that the raiders are doing in our community are pretty awesome in. So i'm really looking forward to A great relationship that the raiders are going to happen. This las vegas community when you look over what the raiders have accomplished in this season. Do you think that they're going to make it down the stretch here and this tight playoff race. I think they are. I mean to come back the way they did Against the jets man. That was incredible. I mean you would think after their next to last drive that all hope was gone. But those guys fought to the bitter end and And made the the big play in. The raiders are known for making big place. What have you made a jon. Gruden being back here as the head. Coach of the raiders. I think it's awesome. He he's a guy with a lot of enthusiasm and any exhibits. That i mean he exudes that to the players and they all wanna play for him. I i remember when they were first bringing jon gruden back in to hear some of the guys Talk about You know how they wanted to come back our retirement and play for him He's just inspirational. He's done amazing job. With derek carr and just the way he thinks on the on the football field now. So i'm really excited. I think they've got an awesome chance To make the playoffs and really looking forward to it with josh jacobs. He's a young stud right now running back though he's been injured and you've seen that struggle that he's had keeping healthy this season but i wanted to ask what you think about him because he said he's learned a lot from marcus allen. Who is somebody that you shared the field with. And your time as raider. And i just wanted to ask what you think about marcus allen mentorship which aus- jacobs can you see it evidence. Yeah i think when. I saw josh I try to dive into the end zone for a touchdown Like us a little weak. And then i had heard that is it was talk until then there was another opportunity for the diamond. And i said oh. That's how that's how marcus dies. And so i had known at. I did not know at the time that marcus was kind of mentoring him. And but it was evident that that he had and so marcus berry intelligence Running back in just quick as a cat and so that's a.

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Martha MacCallum Discusses the "Unknown Valor" of Iwo Jima

Dose of Leadership

05:40 min | 5 months ago

Martha MacCallum Discusses the "Unknown Valor" of Iwo Jima

"Martha McCallum. Here you are on dose of leadership I can't believe it welcome to the show it's great to be here Richard Thank you for having me big fan of you obviously in in your work that you've done and obviously a big fan of of the book being a primary ince unknown valor, and what prompted you to write this I think I know the answer this I see say but I just I'm curious about why you got so passionate about World War Two about that generation and specifically you would Jima. It was a personal connection when I was growing up my mom used to occasionally take out letters that were written to her and to her father by her beloved cousin Harry Gray who had been killed at Iwo Jima when he was only eighteen years old and the grease from his death just sort of was there never went away it wasn't something we talked about. All the time obviously but it was very real and when I read the letters, they're so beautiful and he was such an eloquent eighteen year old and wrote great informative letters that had a lot of information them about what was going on and they would often when I did pull out, dust him off and read them I couldn't really get through them without. Being brought to tears. So, and of course, I never knew him but his mother, my aunt, an was someone I was very close to and his sister my aunt Nancy also somewhat I was very close to end became got to know on such a deeper level through the writing of this book which grateful for. So when I started to think about writing a book I. Sort of couldn't get around the subject it was it felt as if it was calling me and it was a story that I needed to tell and I also knew, I wanted if I was going to spend the time and effort writing I wanted it to be a real book of history a book where I would learn a lot. So if I was going to take time away from my work and my personal life to dedicate myself to this, I wanted it to be a inexperienced. That would pay off for me. You know that would be a lot. So it did that in spades and honestly by the time I was done I thought if this book doesn't sell more than ten copies, it will still have been worth it to me. You know I I it resonates with me because I became friends obviously in the marine. Corps and we look at Iwo, Jima with sacrosanct and I've never visited the island. You're fortunate if actually put your feet on the ground there and I've flown over a few times when I was in the rink was a pilot in the Marine Corps and we'd fly over. You would Jima going back and forth from Okinawa and stuff. And it was weird when every time we'd fly over it in, we'd all be talking and joking that. But when you fly over it, they're just be the stunned silence every time we fly over you a German and to give you these chills just because if anybody studies at knows the stories in particular that how many people sacrificed their lives and were injured, it's just phenomenal thing about the numbers in the short amount of days where on such a three square mile or piece of dirt you know it's just. It really is it's almost as if it's a piece of the moon race loading in the middle of the Pacific and I completely connect with what you're saying. Of course I have never served but I was on this flight that only to a once a year it's A. It's to you know a memorial slight to honor those who were lost there, and it is a memorial that has Japanese dignitaries that attend and American. Veterans that attend and their families in a few reporters and people who are interested get to go on his flight. So I was really fortunate to be on it and there was this amazing commodity on the flight and we had all traveled a lot I flew from Newark to Tokyo. And then Tokyo to Guam and then Guam alternate late to gene on the day of our trip there, and it's a day trip. You go in the morning couple of hours on the plane fly back that evening and the Japanese government has complete control over Gina. They have since the sixties. So they dictate the amount of time that Americans are allowed to be on the island, right which in and of itself is sort of an interesting situation. But So it's all very regimented when you land, they take your passports away. They put them in a bag when you're ready to go they give them back to you. And you can leave. But when we were flying from Guam to Jima and the plane was obviously only people who were all on this sing of our mission and we had first class about five, I believe. A woman veterans who were on a couple of from Tarawa but there were five I believe you Jim Veterans a couple of who had never been back. So we're saying sort of camaraderie everyone's joking around a little bit talking to each other with all get to know each other over the last few days on Guam and some of the things that we did together before that. But as soon as the pilot said, okay, you're going to see what Jim now coming up on your left as soon as we dip under these clouds. And as soon as we dipped under those clouds, there was silence across the plane and I looked over at some of these veterans looking down on the island through the window hadn't been there since they were seventeen eighteen, nineteen years old and you could feel that flood of emotion come over them. They saw it and I will never forget the dramatic approach to that island landing on it. It's still steaming as a volcano in different parts of the island. So it's it's smokes while you're looking at it it's kind of a surreal place.

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"mccallum" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

10:58 min | 10 months ago

"mccallum" Discussed on The Full 48

"Was curious Jason the director on last week and I asked him. Are we gonNA see Brian Russell discussing the quote unquote push off which we can discuss push up Or we're going to see Karl Malone talking about the steel and Jason Hare said. Well I'm not going to say who's Inter- whose not but I'll just say we hit both of those those moments which they did but they didn't spend much on either of them and we did not get Karl Malone and we did not get Brian Russell and I don't blame Jason Hair for that. I'm guessing that Carl who has been very very much the hermit living on his ranch and you know yanking trees out with his bare hands and doing whatever it is. Carl Malone does. I'm not surprised that they didn't get him. Carl has stayed out of the spotlight for most of the years since his retirement. Brian Russell I thought we might hear from. That's a pretty big moment. And while I think the push off is overblown curious your thoughts I do. I did want to at least get Brian Russell. On that. The only jazz player we saw or jazz person interviewed for this with Stockton which is interesting too. Because as you know we'll talk about when we talk about the Dream Team tapes. Stockton is not exactly the most media friendly available Either but now Carl. Has Carl has disappeared. I used to be. I don't for some unknown reason among people in the Dream Team I was. I got along very well with Karl. Even know we couldn't be more different. I certainly don't care about driving. Trucks are pulling in. I certainly Never WanNa get no political discussion with Carl but you know. I really liked him and I've tried various things over the years and he hasn't even called me back. We didn't get Byron Russell but we got Jordan's version. What afford by Russell said to him. Is that true? I don't know they kind of went back to stop them as if to verify the Russell really say hey had to quit the league because you knew I could guard you and John said something about You know I well. He said some crazy things. He was a young kid. One of the ones will get back to that. Shove and something about that. Stockton play that I noticed on sorry to Malone Steel play but my editor said to me last night you know the one guy. We didn't hear very much from with Ron Harper. And I said the funny thing is what we heard from. Ron Harper was when he was a cast member said he should've kept hitting targets. Kill Lenny Wilkins and Jordan agree with him that Who knows maybe Ron corporate gets his face Jordan. Jump shot and he doesn't make you know a quick click aside of that. Let Me Interrupt. Your Roof Jack. I can't remember apologies to whichever paper it was. It was the Akron Beacon Journal or Cleveland Plain dealer but somebody got more price and other from that cavs team who said. I don't remember this happening at all. They think that harp then call bullshit on harp but they they certainly heavily questioned whether harp is portraying that moments accurately regarding Craig Yellow and quite possible. That's quite possible. You know just back for a minute for the Carl Steel. I wrote this in. I added stuff today on twitter. The stuff that I can't get in look twenty twenty hindsight. Nobody's better at that than sports writers. But I'm looking at that play last night. The play where Jordan steals from Molo okay. Jordan does not clear for a minute. Carl's in the Post. Jordan is right there you know and stopped and what the greatest decision maker one of the two or three with Magic Lebron head. Stockton should not have thrown him. That Bowl Holt. I mean there is no way malone could have seen Jordan and that that's the first time that observation came to me because Jordan. He makes a half a step to go with his man. Then he goes. I'm staying right here and I understand the natural passes right into Karl Malone boy see that way and I think man. That bowl was GONNA get stolen. You know there is. This guy was right on the side. I was Antoine Carr. Or whoever Carl couldn't turn in and Jordan was right there on the side so I feel a little bit bad. That Malone has had to live that. Now you know yeah. That's a tough one. I thought it was fascinating. Seeing Carl on the Bulls bus afterward walking down and and guys and go and give him Michael Michael a quick hug and congratulate my experience with Malone which was very brief. Just the one season with the Lakers in three or four that I you know that was my last season out there and his lone season with them the only time I got to see him up close but that to me was the chrome alone that I knew. Was this very classy competitor. Who you know I I thought that was a very Karl Malone moment and I I really enjoyed the one year I got to cover him. He was fantastic. Just wonderful deal with and anyway. It was an interesting moment seeing that I I really did want to hear from him in the in the in the dock but I I knew that was always probably a long shot. One of the things running through the Dream Team Book and the PODCAST. Carl had a very complex relationship with those guys like he didn't you know he's his closest to Barclay and I think he really respected Michael. I mean you know. He's not nuts. He knew how good but he had a problem. You know he had a little bit of the I was never the real in crowd guy you know. He had a little bit of that going on. So like you said. When he came on that bus he was one came on the bus and congratulated him and earlier. Michael it said Hey. When I was in baseball jazz were practising at the facility meeting both facility and I went over to say hello to Carl John I. I enjoyed that too because it was it was obviously some kind of Dream Team thing but during the whole Dream Team experience the hardest relationship among the main dream teamers where between Carl and managing that. Carl never exactly bought you know magic. You know his animation and is over the top and his magic nece and as either my guys. This is my team. That was a real thread red Running through the Dream Team and to the credit of the Dream Team it never came out and Larry Bird said to me. He was the only one that said this a loved. It loved experiences like everybody else did. But he said you know that team would have gone on to more weeks. You know we could have had some problems and I. That was the only one to kind of say that include the Dream Team fantasy and wonderfulness of it was exactly the right amount of time. You know that's hard. It is for to stay together because bird was Even that one which one every day that didn't have any hard times on the court even that one had some trouble staying together. Yeah we'll come back to that into the Dream Team tapes which By the way folks you should all be Subscribing to its up right now on apple podcast and all the other platforms go go Subscribe to Dream Team Tapes. We'll hit a little bit more of that. Let's I wanted. I do WanNa hit this. The push off. Because it's one of those things like a lot of things I feel like has grown in legend over time at the time. Maybe it was discussed written about a little bit and then we all moved on and five years later ten years later. Now it's Oh Michael the big push off. He should have been called for this. Whatever I always felt when I even seeing it live and seeing it again now michaels. Driving hard to his right stops and crosses over and Brian Russell all his momentum going for him right to left he's stumbling anyway. Did Michael probably help that along with his left hand on Russell's but maybe but he if Michael had never even tapped him touched him. I think Brian Russell still going the wrong direction. Probably stumbling on his own momentum I think the push office holy overblown and in fact it was funny. Reggie's push off of Michael. Less in that series because Reggie's was absolutely blatant and did affect the play without question. Yeah I was going to bring that up. That was one of my favorite that that that play was really a good basketball play by. Reggie you know Reggie is weighed by. Reggie Reggie knows it. Michael's going to switch off on them so he just comes out and gives him basically the kind of shove you give to the linebacker tight in. When you're gonNA show me the linebacker then go off. And Michael Sets Byron Russell. Play up earlier by saying well you know it is Mike Away you know well. The kid was always up on his toes in a memory said that I knew that I knew that I could get by him. And I totally agree with you. Because let's say Michael Shoved Him if you if you stumble that far away by Russell did you would have to get pushed like that agenda. And by the way folks Jackson's using two hands of these skype camera right now. Two hands who you would have to really showed the hell out of somebody. 'cause almost like almost like. Oh Shit he's way over there. I'M GONNA swear I'm GonNa Square this up so I totally agree with you. I don't quite agree with Costas. Who came up with the Metaphor of the maitre d' waving someone's table? That's pretty damn good. Did He do that fun? Spot or was that in a setup inter pasta so great that. I'm guessing that that was. That was good enough if that I can't really remember so. I don't quite buy that. But the shoppers the kid was already set up to be gone that way the play before Howard member they were down three again game and Jordan goes right by the right. Remember to get the lay up quickly before the malone steal. They're down. Three Jordan goes right past by Russell to the hoop on his right. And I'm guessing makes a layup. Now they're down to the George Jumper one it. I'm guessing Byron. Russell had ATMs mine too. You know that he had just gotten he had just gotten all the way to the basket on me. Yeah I can't let that go again. Yeah and if I follow gotta put him into line and he's GonNa make too we now so I think that was too so I agree with you overblown. But you know it's the perfect ending wasn't the end of George where but it's the perfect Chicago ending. This air of mystery was half the people being able to say. 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"mccallum" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"mccallum" Discussed on The Full 48

"When the first phone call to Phil because Phil sounded like I needed a break man. You know this was hard but it only takes off ear and he backed out there with with Kobe. Check but this is a really interesting thing Jack in just a slight tangent here. As long as we're talking about Phil we see a lot of fill in last night's episode talking about being in the moment you know all that stuff all that stuff and that was a very big big part of his persona about his coaching. It's something that he viewed in his players in Jordan and pippen in Shaq and Kobe. Kobe would speak Phil speak all the time about process being in the moment focusing on your breathing. Kobe would say all the time. He totally internalized that stuff. And it's real and so knowing that that part of Phil is absolutely genuine if you look at his career and how he walked away from the Bulls took off. Went to the Lakers. Things burnt out after five years. He walks away. He comes back after the Rudy. Tomjanovich thing didn't work out for the Lakers but filled. I think he needed the time away that time also and each time. He's walked away even after he left the Lakers the last time before his very ill-fated decision to join the Knicks as team president. He had taken time away. He had hoped to coach again but his body wouldn't allow him. I just I think that Phil knows himself and knows when it's time to say. I need the mental break so I think he probably was. As Sam Smith has has said very definitively ninety eight and I think that yet may feel like it was just an eye blink before. He's back with the Lakers shack and Kobe. But it was a full year. You know the Bulls Win and June. It's the next June that we're at a press conference at the Beverly Hilton with Phil Jackson talking about taking the Laker job. And you know. They had to falter under del Harris. I they fired delit at six. And six in that lockout season and installed Rambus as the as the interim but I you know. I don't know if it was already on the radar then or to what extent. He was on the radar at that moment but they were faltering under del Harris. They were not GonNa win a championship. Certainly that season under Dell and so. I don't know I know the Benediction. I didn't put this in the blog. I was certainly one of the more I wrote. Four thousand words. Why didn't have room for it? I don't know but one of the truly moving things was current the end. Yeah you know Phil certainly made that ceremony where they all brought something. Kerr claims Michael brought a poem which seemed to be very unlike alight. But I don't know that to the effect you know curse says it's one of those moving things I've ever seen. Boy that seemed like Phyllis say fellas. Let's clear out man and you know thinking about what you said. Rodman COULDA had a lot to do with us too because it seemed like Rodman had to doubt whether or not they could assigned pip. I don't know twelve million search for one year. Let's say they could. I think Rodman was Rodman was gone you know and Phil Understood as did Michael how important that guy was so. There's a lot of reasons that I'm glad that I'm glad it ended ended when it did. I know Michael isn't but I'm glad it is and you think about all the mileage on them too and we use think about the fatigue that sets in with championship teams. Where they go back repeatedly you see what we've seen with the recent warriors team. There's just a limit that's built into these things. I think just physically psychologically emotionally just I just think these things run their course. I you know I don't know how the Celtics did it with eleven championships back in the day. It was a different time in a different league. Whatever nine teams just in the modern NBA and even in the modern NBA of the ninety s? I just don't think that that a team is built or can be built to keep going at that at that pace I was thinking I always think Koby Shack people would say why acted these guys. Break up how are you saying? How did they stay together? That long you got two of the most amazing Egos in the game. The most amazing talents both of whom can dominate ad at various times did dominate the game in totally different ways. How did they stay together? Get a did a done. What they did they were at the beginning of the social media age they were beginning of you. Know when you Kinda had that outside sniping and everything like that so I always. I tend to agree with the I tend to look at these things. My favorite expressionist. Mendis things had a life of their own. Not that'd be not everybody's the rolling stones not everybody understands that as Keith. Richards once said You know he goes look. You're GONNA stay together. I slept in. She and a lear last night and I made GIG. Not Everybody can do that. Not Everybody wants to sleep in a chandelier and make the GIG and I know they could have done a lot more winning and.

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"mccallum" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"mccallum" Discussed on Wrongful Conviction Podcasts

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Trump holding virtual town hall inside Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Trump holding virtual town hall inside Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC

"Virtual town hall tonight comes comes from from the the Lincoln Lincoln Memorial Memorial and and includes includes the the president president fox fox news news will will host host a a virtual virtual town town hall hall with with president president trump trump tonight tonight focusing focusing on on the the corona corona virus virus and and the the re re opening opening of of the the U. U. S. S. economy the program will be co moderated by Bret Baier and Martha McCallum and will be broadcast live from the Lincoln Memorial the president will answer viewer submitted questions for ninety minutes of the two hour event the president last appeared for a sit down interview with Barry McCallum on March the fifth for a town hall in Scranton Pennsylvania

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"mccallum" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"mccallum" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Coburn this is Martha McCallum and great niece he just went silent and then he said to me more than I think about Harry all the time D. and I think he would have lived a better life than I did and then we just launched into this wonderful conversation he says the sweetest man and I've got to know which it's been wonderful well I personally want to thank you for doing this my grandfather my mother's father for any which email city he was thirty four years old he was the old one of the oldest Maria in my father really signed up he did know him obviously he was seventeen he won in the Army Air Corps my grandfather fought a quality with Gina and he signed up with my great uncle who fought at Guadalcanal how to spend the amount of time that you have writing this fabulous book taking time and your life to go to this island which is in the middle of hell it is you know where and to see where these men fought where they could even get their feet in the in the ash and right and we bombarded that island over and over again to the Japanese had done again hadn't they had they said you know that the Japanese went on it was given they were in it and they had dug eleven miles of tunnels into the island and some of the people who fought there they spoke with that you know I don't I never saw one Japanese soldier they were in the island and shooting from sniper positions that were really wild field and they were determined they they didn't think they were gonna win ultimately but they were determined to cause an enormous loss of life on the American side general Kuribayashi said take ten American lies before you lose your own and they weren't very fond of taking prisoners either we're going now it you know that that was it at that point that was not something that they were doing and you know a lot of the Japanese they didn't want to survive the island either so after they killed many people as they said they generally took their own lives because it was just it was the hero spirit it was considered you know a shameful thing to go home from the war this is a remarkable book it's not just an everyday book were host comes up and says Hey I wrote a book this is a very thoroughly researched book it'll pull at your heartstrings I'm Martha MacCallum the book is unknown Valerie warning kerja digit of my social sites mark living show Facebook mark Levin show Twitter you go directly to Amazon any major bookstore mature order tonight and take a look at it and you know one of the great things in my view Martha that Smith's missing in this country's history these battles every one of these battles the the loss of life with these men and women did they it could be another battle but he would chamber was particularly horrific was it was Robert shared it.

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Of Mice and Men: This top cancer scientist thought he knew a lot about cancer. Then he got it.

Science Friction

08:53 min | 1 year ago

Of Mice and Men: This top cancer scientist thought he knew a lot about cancer. Then he got it.

"On science fiction. Today really special story for you. It's about what happens when life throws you a warping curve ball and win roll escape appended. I wanted gone. I didn't want to have not only at smoldering away in my pelvis but also small does away and you hate it. It's always in your head as much as I could rationalize and SAM. I'm very scientific in my approach to things and it wasn't a problem everyday would come to me at three o'clock in the morning when I started worrying about all the other things worry about it. Three o'clock in the morning. You'll sing parts of them and the body that they will never really say themselves or get to know. It's an extraordinary thing that that was true kind of but it is still amazes me today that people people want to see the inside bids you cannot have my video. I want to share it on social media and I've seen all your videos on Youtube. Can you make sure my prostate goes for new in this episode. It's Franken feeless. Conversation about an experience. Men often talked publicly about so. Let's meet the scientists and the surgeon interested in Nitro. This is Professor Ramsey as a molecular biologist and elating in Kansas scientist on the Saudi also makes art. He's a black belt in karate rides. His bike is a husband father of two children but trying to understand how the natural world works was a I love of his and I've always been driven by trying to understand understand biology and I'm also a little bit inclined to like machinery and structures and the way things work and essentially excels machines and are like the way they operate. And they're really have Siamese different facets to them and of causing disease machinery goes wrong for me. The very first day I was in an operating theatre watching people takeout cancerous lump actually. It was then breast cancer. I was instantly league captivated. This is Professor Declan Murphy. elating urologist and cancer surgeon. He's been a strategy for over a decade. But you can he. He's Irish lilt and even though it's cancer he's dealing with everyday like rob. He's loved his job. Since died dot I was in the operating theatre. I was meeting these patients before and after as a medical student and honestly I just became almost overwhelmed by the idea that people will allow other people to do surgery on them that it's such a huge privilege to be allowed to do surgery but I was fascinated by urology because it's it's quite a a big field that we work in. It's everything from the kidneys. Down through the bladder. And the prostate in the penis and the testicles are all areas in the domain that can be affected by cancer. Now Dick Lyneham enrolled happened to be colleagues at the pay. McCallum will pay Domecq Cancer Center in Melbourne as a scientist Rob's focused on amongst other tricky conundrums developing developing vaccines that target gastro intestinal cancers like colorectal cancer as surgeon Dickens leading the way with using robotics in the operating theatre and often in the cancer arena. You'll find that scientists and surgeons just don't traditionally meeks much but robin declan like many any others at paid Amac a different because I want to do science. That data reflects the needs of people with cancer and the clinicians trading them. I remember being at a hospital where declan was doing. A TAG team robotic procedure on a patient was having some call rectal surgery Torri plus prostatectomy and I was there on Saturday morning with my arse pocket collecting samples clincal trial with doing there in the operating room because these patients have agreed to be part of a trial in that case that was to Kansas quite complex work but rob wanted some tissue as cancerous tissue to take into the lab and I was watching these two guys work. Seamlessly together is something is a corner beauty in any group of people that do things well together and is almost subliminal communication. I know what's coming next that I'm bumping into each other. The theta staff all expert. They work as attainments really like a Formula One tame it a pit stop and I've never worked in the center where you will have a professor of colorectal rectal science in the operating room with you so And we get used to that Peter Mac. It's the same for prostate is the same for melanoma skin for breast. And and I I just find it an extraordinary Jordan Environment I. I've never worked in a place that has that degree of translational multi-disciplinary care at where people are they're asking the questions taking the tissue doing trials Etcetera Etcetera Cetera. And it's just an extraordinary. I can do some cool things in my lap not question I have been a geneticist for most of my research life and we we can do cool things. Jane's in cells and also indeed on animals and you can find great science out of that but does it always reflect what's going on in the patient and the answer is sometimes but not always I want to do the always. It is relevant. What happens in a patient? It's saw the patient in the end has always been like that though has already close so they to a colleagues ladies in their fields in cancer but then came a sudden curve ball and a role change the scientists in the surgeon were about to become the surgeon. and He's patient he's Rob. Why have a great? JP being going to him for quite a long time really insightful. Consider Kanda Guy. We've we always have a great chat when okay visit him. I have a checkup every six months. For basically blood blood pressure to have a level that cannot be controlled just by exhumed diet and he's chosen to have PSI tastes to PSI stands for prostate specific antigen. It's a protein which can be elevated in Maine for various reasons prostate cancer being one of them. Some guys avoid testing. They pay CY levels. But as we've heard rob is a lover of information. Summation looks forward and he lanes into it so overtime every couple years get it tested and it just kept rising a little bit one stage. It got to a level. We're thought maybe it's getting a bit high. And I actually was referred to declan. We had nothing to say about that. Spe- keep an eye on it and then about two years ago now. The test Monday morning test Tuesday morning. Phone Call My JP said Rob. It's about time he got back and see. Declan are not happy about this. Psi Level so rob's colleague paid a Mac dikla Murphy becomes he's urologist. So should I have look and and progressively we went through all the tests initially an MRI that I remember sitting next to declan looking at his laptop to the imaging obtaining lots SUV meetings are obligated images before thought that shadow very much. Either any say well I think we need to get a boxy. And then he did. I remember it was during Christmas. Wasn't isn't it. Yeah so we could. You Know Ho- prostate. Think I knew I was on this journey as soon as I saw the image. I thought this looks wchs suspicious at least need to find out what it is and then phone call or message saying squeezing stage seven the doubt I had prostate cancer and that meant I had to make a decision about which direction I went after that so suddenly rob the Kanta Hansa scientists becomes. Rub The cancer patient. Then he went through the whole process. We did the pet scan and then we discussed whether surveillance might be an option is. Is this a cancer. We can leave alone because a tradition of Invasive procedures early on in this process and Maine have suffered the consequences of their lifelong off long impotence urine re problems the whole beat shifted now. Oh totally went on. When I started training a diagnosis of prostate cancer equalled cold treatment for prostate cancer there was no concept of? You could leave the cancer there you know whereas now it's the polar opposite it means as a process will start got to figure out. Is this a threat to this patient. And how will he and his loved one balance up the success of surgery or radiation or other treatments in terms of cancer versus the predictable side effects so for us. The first thing is always doing to do anything. We found a

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Trae Young's 39 points lead Hawks past Simmons, 76ers

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Trae Young's 39 points lead Hawks past Simmons, 76ers

"A line of hawks one on an eleven to to run to open the fourth quarter and came away with the one twenty seven one seventeen victory over the Philadelphia seventy Sixers tray young again led the hawks with thirty seven points he also I'd eighteen assists and connected on eighteen of twenty free throws six other ox were in double figures led by John Collins who had seventeen points and twenty rebounds the Andrea hunter scored fifteen for Atlanta the Sixers were led by Ben Simmons with thirty one and Sheik Milton with twenty seven Gary McCallum's Atlanta

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Senators vow to deliver "impartial justice" in Trump trial

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Senators vow to deliver "impartial justice" in Trump trial

"News senator sworn in this afternoon in the impeachment trial of president trump by Chief Justice John Roberts on being impartial jurors for the historic proceeding we have several temple markers to watch over the next couple of days and now it's at the end of the session today they talk about briefs which we're going to be doing the house of representatives has to file its brief with the Senate by Saturday the president and his team has until Monday if the house wants to rebut that they can turn something in on Tuesday at noon just before they go back the trial at one o'clock thanks is ten program at the capitol after they were sworn in some Democrats spoke to the media was a solemn recitation of charges that have proved crimes against our democracy itself to actually hear the charges read even though we've heard that many times before impresses the seriousness of the charges Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer Senate Judiciary Committee chair Lindsey Graham accusing Schumer of political posturing Chuck Schumer is not looking for the truth is trying to become the Majority Leader witness what are my democratic colleagues would do when it comes to the trump agenda they tried to destroy Brett Kavanaugh that blew up in their face this is going to blow up in their face on fox is the story with Martha McCallum new evidence has come to light in the impeachment case with former associate of the president's personal attorney Rudy guiliani left harness claiming in a televised interview that president trump knew about the attempts to investigate former vice president Biden the president claims he doesn't know

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How NBA commissioner David Stern helped shape the league

The Full 48

13:13 min | 1 year ago

How NBA commissioner David Stern helped shape the league

"This is a very sad day for the NBA For anybody associated with the League I think for anybody who is a fan of this league fan of the game. Ah Game of basketball period Here or anywhere around the world because David Stern was. I don't WanNa say singularly but certainly of very much responsible for everybody around the world Loving and appreciating this game being able to see this game the expansion of this game and David Stern of of course is No longer with US and Kind of knew this day was coming a few weeks ago when we got the news that he had suffered a brain hemorrhage throughout all of that I kind of stubbornly Felt like this is David Stern. He'll come out of it. I can't imagine I I can't imagine the League has already you've been without him. I can't imagine the world without David Stern and I'm still not sure how to process that. But I did know that when the moment came to have a podcast to discuss thus David stearns legacy and all the complexities of the man That the first person I would wanNA talk to the person sitting across from me in the studio right now. That's my good. The friend former colleague at the New York Times and of course hall of Famer Basketball Hall of Famer Harvey Aronson. Thank you for being good to be here good to be here solemn occasion I I agree and But it's good to be here. Thank you this is. This is tough so we were talking about this a little bit before we started recording and as I just said I can't imagine it's just the the idea that David Stern would Just that he's that he's not among still. There are certain people who you have in such high regard who are such titans titans who are such just just giants of their field or of the world at large that I feel like they're almost unkillable. David Stern like I would not bet on the David Stern versus death. I'm betting on David. Stern like literally going to punch death in the face and said get the fuck Outta here. I ain't ready yet and I I truly I believe these last few weeks ever since the news of the brain hemorrhage that he was going to rally because he is he's as we know he's a fighter and he's stubborn as hell and I figured that would be That would apply across the board and Yeah I still. I still can't quite believe he's gone. You have known him much longer than I have starting in late Seventies. He made his presence felt he was. He was lead counsel will when he came over from his law firm. Proske our rose in these four. Names and FRESCA Rosen Mendelssohn. I always forget the third one pro scour they always I was just called but he made his presence felt around the league and particularly with the media long before he became deputy commissioner in the early eighties and then commissioner in Nineteen Ninety Four. And you know I always found it interesting especially as we went on into the ninety s and into the new century that people looked at the NBA. And they would say you know. David Stern became commissioner. Larry Bird and Magic Magic Johnson entered the League one thousand nine hundred nineteen eighty season and it was a rocket to the moon right from there. And you know it's just a revisionist sense of history because David did not become commissioner until Nineteen eighty-four and bird and magic. Were already in the League. For four years the league was still a very troubled entity. You know almost you know almost a half decade into the bird magic era. There are a lot of issues. There were teams that were said to be on the verge of close of folding there was no salary cap op. There was no drug testing drug plan. A lot didn't happen until David actually became commissioner but those of us who cover the league regularly knew to him and I knew him I knew him from being around but I got my first as we all know our first David Stern phone call. Aw when I was working at the New York Post and I want to say it was probably around. Nineteen eighty one. Maybe and. He's he's Deputy Commissioner Deputy Commissioner or just about to become deputy commissioner and I I had decided as the Knicks beat writer that I was going to befriend Larry Fleisher. Who is the director of the Players Association and fancied myself as pro-labor Grew up in a labor union household and I was going to side with the players before for even knew anything right so I actually let turned over. My story wasn't a column. I think it was a story. Larry Fleisher who proposed doing away with the entire entire NBA draft. Why do we need to draft right? And I'm like you know that makes that makes a lot of sense to me so I write this evolutionary even now much less and you know for several years I kind of win alone and you can kind of make an argument for it. You know. Sort of a free enterprise system right but I wrote the story and David Stern and get a call the next day from Secretary and I pick up the phone and like I said I probably met him three or four or five times and and I answered the phone and he said he gets on and he goes this harvey and I said yes and he goes. I'm going to educate to. I'm going to educate you you for a few minutes. You fucking idiot and we went from there you know. He was merciless but yet always I pulled it back just enough to make you know that you know there's a possibility of lack of actual relationship here. But that was my first recollection of my have of my first. I Real David Stern W up and renew phone call and we all got those. I considered it. I don't know what point I realized is. This was the badge of honor. But this is a badge of honor. And it's funny harvey when we just seeing all the twitter tributes reading everybody's calms the last twenty four hours and we all have as as journalists. Cover this league so much. The same story these very very similar stories of our relationships with David these kind of love hate push rush poll frienemie type relationships where he was both In some ways mentor and Educator especially for you and Ah David our little closer in age so for some of us who came up and he was already well established as the commissioner for a long time before I come into the League or others is that WHO's pieces of red. He's very much kind of almost father figure and besides that he's the keeper of of all the NBA's history and secrets secrets and everything. So he did he would take on this role of like I want to educate. It's funny that he's saying this to you who was basically his almost pure at that point of. He's still doing his job job. He's not even commissioner yet and and you're covering the league but like that's just who he was I guess from the beginning and it certainly is the experience that I had with him and we all yes at some point. Got f-bomb to desk us. I'm glad we can curse on my podcast because David Stern wouldn't have wanted it any other way than for us to say fuck a few times because it was certainly one of his favorite words I I do think that it was probably very different to work for David. I mean reading a lot of the posts today on facebook and twitter twitter from people like Terry Lions and who's part of the communication staff for many years You know saying things like you know you you you didn't arrive at the NBA. Until David Curse you out in for doing something or doing something wrong and our cases I think it was a different different dynamic because to certain extent we did hold some leverage in power. David was marketing his league and it was important Kim particularly in the early years. You know to get the kind of press that he wanted for the sport and the kind of coverage for the athletes. He was trying to sell. So I think to a certain to a certain extent that you know that pullback from the total annihilation that David was capable of was inevitable because he wanted to Always maintain that relationship I remember in one of the Ninety S lockouts. He had a press conference was an update In the middle of lockout and the Times who's had a sign just kind of out of the Blue Murray Chasse who was a chroma generally baseball writer writer and columnist to cover the NBA lockout and Murray was long known to be essentially an ally of the Baseball Writers Association Association. I mean practically slept with ball them going too far but with G.. Those guys I mean it was. He was clearly pro row union in just about everything he wrote and Murray had written a series of articles for the Times that were clearly anti-star anti league and supporting the players. And I remember I was talking to David but after the press conference and Joel Lipman one of the attorneys attorneys with standing nearby and David started to say something to me. That sounded like you know one of these. I'm going to tell you in confidence. You know what's really going on. And y'all grabbed him by the arm and said David David Wait. Wait wait and David turned around and looked at Joel and said this is not Murray. Hey this is harvey and implicit in that or not. So implicit was the notion that I'm on their side. Not that I'm always going to write it the way they want want. I'm one of the regulars. There was a real difference if you one of the regular news who covered that sport and he kind of understood because I I will say this. We all WANNA be impartial. You'll want to write what we think. But it's particularly in the early eighties. Through the the end of that decade as League began to push more and more higher and higher and out of that ditch that it was in you know in the late seventies that all of us who covered the league felt a real pride that we were part of something that was growing. That was something special and David Sense that in all of us I could name you know whether there is Bob Ryan Alien Verizon you know Jan Hubbard Jack McCallum. I think it was. I think he looked at us. Not Addis he's guys or his writer so we're going to. You know who are going to adhere to is disciplined. Alright well what he wanted to but ultimately that we were pro. NBA Hey we believed in the product and we loved it we love the sport and believe in it and that was the difference. I think some of that changed in the later years when he felt this. There was some people coming along. Who are sort of interlopers? Who didn't necessarily have the League's best interest at heart? You know it's interesting too because you're describing you know a- and a general atmosphere in terms of the media and the sports world in general that that I think maybe a lot of my listeners or a lot of fans today probably don't have a true understanding of just because it was a very different world back then basketball was a distant third at best and you know baseball was still the national pastime and football was already a Bima and the NBA. You know forget whether the teams that were possibly going to fold in in the early eighties. When David I took over as commissioner it just the sport as a whole just didn't have the foothold in the capture of the of the collective the public's imagination that it has today this sport is a global a phenomenon of its own and that wasn't the case back then so it was probably really important and earlier on for David to to be able to identify that right? That's a that those of you covered league on a regular basis. Did so because you believed in basketball and believe in the NBA is a sport that that it wasn't just this little niche sport in America that would forever be overshadowed by football and baseball that it was that it had its own distinct identity in promise and and could be on on equal footing with those sports. I mean today. We don't have that discussion that the NBA is here and it is huge and it is to be reckoned with maybe the predictions of overtaking the NFL were a little premature but the NBA. It's I think people today might take for granted not realizing ising how far it had to come and so I think probably did shape a lot of how David saw the coverage and why he was so protective of it and when you talk about or any of US talk about David Redeeming us out and dropping dropping f bombs and whatever else. It's not because it was ever personal and it's not because we had fucked up that badly. Although occasionally we might have. David was just very protective protective of an advocate fierce advocate for his league. And so that's why I didn't mind badge of honor thing is like I kind of understood where he was coming from after awhile now cinder understood that if I pushed back and held my ground and especially if I did have a solid ground extent.

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Burrow throws 7 TDs, No. 1 LSU routs No. Oklahoma 63-28

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Burrow throws 7 TDs, No. 1 LSU routs No. Oklahoma 63-28

"Joe burrows Shorty was every bit the Heisman Trophy winner as he threw a record tying seven first half touchdowns to lead our issue to a sixty three twenty eight victory over Oklahoma in the peach bowl college football semi final borough and a rushing TD early in the third quarter the LSU signal caller explain why the Tigers have been so dominant this season I think it starts with with the relationships that we build and and between us and coaching staff now we're we're such close team I think that's why it has someone someone success you were just in Jefferson part four touchdown passes junior cornerback Jaylen heard scored two touchdowns on the ground now issue goes to the national title game January thirteenth Gary McCallum's Atlanta

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"mccallum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"mccallum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Napoleon McCallum did go on to play six seasons of the LA raiders in the mid eighties and he shared some stories from that incredible time how we long yeah how we long markets so Bo Jackson and a lot of great players back then and so even Jim Plunkett played with him yeah so leave guys how we I mean thank you the you would never know he was a Golden Gloves boxer and so psalm do that a little bit on the football field to as you say nice engine as the readers that entire yes you guys want to be bad boys did you want to be disliked was sort of like that we're just generally about the games hauling we I mean you go there everyone to me the three in the look full did you guys will love being the bad guys I don't know if it if we love being the bad guys or it was just a requirement to be the bad guy is I I saw one of these thirty four thirty saw for one of the players Matt Miller okay yeah and he comes from a nice clean school and they totally corrupt to but the that with that was the old raiders and everything and so the the new writers you know we're trying to get out of that state you know way too many fill these called against us so we go play a little cleaner was.

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Burrow completes Heisman coronation, LSU routs Georgia 37-10

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Burrow completes Heisman coronation, LSU routs Georgia 37-10

"Joe Berle threw for four touchdowns in the LSU defense held Georgia to two hundred ninety six yards as the Tigers defeated the Bulldogs thirty seven ten in the SEC championship game borough completed twenty eight of thirty eight passes for three hundred forty nine yards terrace Marshall caught two of Berle's touchdowns while Clyde Edwards he layer and Tyree on Davis price cut one of peace bulldog quarterback Jake prom was just twenty of forty two for two hundred twenty five yards Gary McCallum's Atlanta

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"There's Something About Mary" Actor: W. Earl Brown Interview

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

16:21 min | 1 year ago

"There's Something About Mary" Actor: W. Earl Brown Interview

"My next guest is one of the most talented diverse actors i've ever had on the show. Please welcome w earl brown to the show. He's one of the best actors on a plane. That's certainly one of my favorites earl house like treating it today. It's going pretty excellent. I'm gonna tell you right now. I'm gonna kiss your ass. We're here you have perhaps the funniest pin tweet i have ever read in my life and i'll for those of you that are listening. I will go through a really quick in my career. I've been killed twenty twenty eight times so far. I've killed over forty and i lost my baseball that pretty much sums it up. I mean i could not stop laughing that assist in half to say so. I'm reading some ear your tweets here before i get into your life a little bit one. I completely agree with your take on casting directors actors and how they should receive some type of recognition from the from the academy. I am so on board with you on that. That was the first thing i thought when i saw that david but rubin has been named president of the academy that that finally they should be able to get recognition because it's the only department in in all of l. making the only department head. There's a head of casting that there's no oscar recognition in the never has been <hes> and that that's that's wrong so hopefully it will okay so that's that's insane because i have to tell you earl the fact that i had jackie burch on the show. I want to see a year ago. I mean she was the backbone for those unbelievable unbelievable. John hughes movies early on. She's one of the best casting directors on the planet and people don't know that because they know that but there's no you're right. There's gotta be some type recognition for these people's great work. Yeah i'm on board and two more things before we get to your life. You're a huge kiss fan. Is that accurate well. I'm a huge music fan rights across the board. That's like a lot of live shows on but yes as as a kid one of the things that right around the time. I thought i technically cognizant thought that i want to be in movies. I was a ratted kiss fan. Yes <hes> um and then <hes> so <hes> yeah. I've i've gone through numerous times over. You must follow my tweets. I am i'm going on the kiss cruise. I've been invited in years past to go and i can finally do it. I finished production on the show. I'm working on right now. <hes> <hes> right about the time of the crew so that was like you know what i'm going to one of my one of my buddies musician buddies from nationals going with me because my wife has desire higher hispanic tomorrow night in charleston. South carolina is legitimate like crews career away for a couple of weeks. Is that how that work yet. It's a five day cruise. It's a music cruise. I've done it the outlaw country cruise which is x._m. Series <music> outlaw and they do it in conjunction with six men. Six men also produces. The kiss cruise routes on the same boat. It's the same everything that's how i've been invited it. 'cause i've gotten to know all those guys and they found that i was a kiss. Fan like me just spoke so i'm finally doing for me. The twenty five hundred trunking rolling all night darting in every day in the guest navy man gene gene gene simmons does not get enough credit. He's done some beautiful things with make a wish kids but that's another story for another time. Do some really sweet things that people don't know about but the last tweet that i wanted to just before we get into your life is your recognition of the show the boys on prime. How freaking greed is that show. I i love it. I still got to shoot episodes. I think left to go yeah saddam idiots. It's it's disturbing. I'm riveted to it <hes> with you know it's such a social satire commentary on the world. We live in business that worked and the political system that we're all living. It's it's really really good and when you think about it and i won't ruin it for you because you have to left but when you think about it though it's that's exactly how superheroes would be if they existed. They wouldn't be like the marvel crew. They would be exactly like this right. Okay so let's get into your mazing life man here so you're born in western kentucky so the acting buds bog in performance bug has got a bite you right that grandparents grandparents house right because they do a lot of i don't wanna see entertaining because that's a terrible war. They put a well. How would you phrase it was the fourth i peter peter i ever attended was my grandparents torch it. Was you know it was farming. Culture and on the weekends are on sundays usually sunday afternoons afternoons after church. That's where everyone would gather. Isn't that was the one day they wouldn't be working. <hes> the the first time i really thought that i i wanna do that. I mentioned earlier of freshman year in high school three movies that just blew me away that it was the summer seventy seven seventy eight <hes> star wars halloween animal house. Those are the ones youngest pre trees videotape rentals. You know if you saw movie you had to see skaters so the movies i went back to seek multiple times where those three and they were the ones that really planted the seed. I've told by a family friend. I do do not remember this but i can remember being the ham as a kid telling jokes that stuff but she swears when i was around five years old at my grandmother's house. She said what she goes. You look to being you said monday. I'm going to be an actor in movies. I don't i don't remember it but she he swears so i guess that seat was planted earlier animal house. You have to say one of the things that you have that is really difficult difficult to get either. You have it or you don't that's my opinion on. This is a sense of humor because i i always have those people who say well. I'm funny like if you have to tell somebody. You're funny earl. You're not not funny and i believe that you've got that about you. Thanks there is there is a thing of timing that is kind of an inherent thing that if people don't have it you can't learn it <hes> it is an innate thing that really goes to the any kind of skill in any creative pursuit <hes> but yes. I do think there's a lot of great stand up comics folks who were not good actors and there's a lotta great actors who can't do comedy. I always found myself drawn towards the uh the artists that kind of <hes> did everything and shell silverstein and kris kristofferson and you know musicians as in writers and painters actors don't really think it all comes from the same place is different skill sets crafts skills involved also but that that need to create live in the moment and we share that with that i think is universal. No that's really really well said and i was talking to aunt cusak who's in the boys and she brought up second city in chicago and she was talking about that and how how that how you mentioned timing right so she was really focused on the timing part of it so it's interesting to hear you say it that way. It's really really well federal and it's it's just a story from my resume in how you approach stuff i i was a rabid seinfeld fan and i ended up getting cast on seinfeld with guest star and i never really been around. Any of those got is in leary had just won the award for master of my domain which i think alongside vitamin d benjamin lucie is the best half hour of television comedy ever written a bomb. There's some norman lear stuff that i would probably put come in that pantheon but but anyway just line so i find myself on the show cont- they fired another star in the middle of that week. I hadn't seen larry the entire time and we're about to shoot and mine was a big theme at the top of the show that sets the a. n. B. storylines in into play too big seen on a on a bus with george jerry so we've we've been rehearsing on the set. We're going to pre-tape that on an actual bus so there is shows up for the rehearsals we we go through it and as they're pulling the boss on the sound stage he goes earl is comically this. This seems not working not that coming so we go down to the other during the stage and he says let's let's run it. I'll be jordan jerry u._b. L. let's let's let's run it so we do it two or three times and he had this annoying habit habit of shaking his head no ever so slightly as we're doing it because i tell you i tell you what let's switch out the audi al u._b. George and jerry gary. Let's switch so we do it a couple of times switching roles. It was all right. Let's switch back so we slipped back back started doing this thing. He starts shaking his damned head and you know i don't lose my cool hardly ever do i even get nervous but man by ask was clinton in that. I'm gonna get tired. I said all right but let's and as he shaking his head ahead no and when i see all right what's what's the intention at the top of the scene. I mean the beat when i think of in terms of of the beats intentions intentions as an actor. <hes> you know that you enter a scene you you have a purpose for entering seeing that in that whole purpose that arc leeches through the seeing you have beats that that changed through the course of things leading toward the purpose so that's the way i think of stuff and i said so. You'll oh my intention when i entered the scene i i don't know him from from this week and he's looking at me with this incredulous look on his face me like i said oh. I didn't say this but i thought it. She doesn't think black a playwright. He doesn't think what beatson intentions each strictly comic rhythms bets. Ah the rhythm and pace of the saying fuck do it again. Let's do it again. I go back to the top and basically impersonated canadian him doing the part. That's it that's it. That's it that's it. That's the thing so that you know that was a learning process because that's the way he approaches stuff <hes> and then of course when we got he put himself in the scene as the man in the cape running on the bus and we get on the bus. I was too tall for the lights. I had to squat so that my face would appear on camera. I had he was the most unnatural thing in the world on on on camera on the frame it will but i had to do was incredibly comfortable and then we start filming the damn seen i can see his ball all hit the corner of my eye checking when he says that you know the larry sanders show exaggerated. I buy per cell nice not exaggerating there <music> but that but that's a that's a great point you bring up because you kind of he just has a different approach of how to do things. I mean look at your. I mean when i said had you were a diverse actor. I wasn't kidding all your work. Your filmography filmography is amazing so you must have as an actor those little. Those are the little things you have to learn along along the way that that obviously make you the actor you are today right. It's those little moments right. Is that a good way of looking at it yes but but it looks like not every situation. Are you perfect for our baseball game on right now. Not every great player fits on every t- recruit them and and in that situation it was it was uncomfortable for me. It turns out. It's aren't you know i'm i'm fine in it. I'm in the same cell thing <hes> and then other times. There's situations where it's just like. You know it's a perfect perfect fit. You just immediately click in with everybody that you're working with. Deadwood was that was just a really rare her <hes> situation that we were all firing on all cylinders and and we knew that we have something unique and it created hit a bond that that still exists a jerry stone pot that still exists between all of us yeah. It's an absolute work of art. I'm going to touch on that in a moment. I'm so yeah you we talked about these experiences. You you end up getting a bachelor's degree murray state you get your m._f._a. At depaul to great schools so so we get early on earl that you're the acting bug is bidu. You're you're very talented. You're you're certainly met to what you're doing but where who is your biggest influence fluence kinda coming along we mentioned some movies. We mentioned some moments but whether it's the paul murray state. Is there a mentor or somebody kind of growing up or developing your your your skill. Is there somebody that you really credit more than anybody else or is it just the the <hes> all these things taking into account as one like i think yes there's absolutely been great teachers along the way i think getting a little metaphysical here but i think the universe sent you. The teachers features that you need in these places in your life just has to be open and aware you know and and i can look back. I mean the first major influence. I was a high school teacher. Our speech in debate coach larry england mccallum county high school. He demanded the best of you. He demanded and did you work <hes> and he always said look winning is a byproduct of being at your best and he said here's here's the deal. We're all from a farming community in western kentucky. There's nothing wrong with being a farmer with being a carpenter would be with as long as you choose that as long as that's what you wanna do with your life but don't let think just because of the background you're from anything's possible and my group of friends that we're in that group with me are highly successful. Ones the senior v._p. Of united healthcare at boston one is the assistant general manager of jack daniels. Thanks bert one is he's now on his own but he was with oracle years out of dallas <hes> and we joke about something the water amongst us that we we kind of set off of each other and challenged each other and we all got out and did something else with our lives <hes> so that and then in college of martin allen oscar was the head of a theater department when i took an acting class on a whim i had no idea what i was going to do when i started college of the first my family to ever go to college and mark but then eight professional actor at one point in his life and he's the one who kind of pulled me aside and when you have something special you have so there was him i don the second city chicago there was going it can in graduate school and then in the professional world. There's really took so people who while

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Trump demands death penalty for all mass murder hate crimes

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Trump demands death penalty for all mass murder hate crimes

"More people passing away as a result of their injuries suffered in the mass shooting at the Walmart president trump offering his condolences during an address to the nation as he speaks about the two mass shootings over the weekend the one in Texas the other in Dayton Ohio I'm also directing the department of justice to propose legislation ensuring that those who commit hate crimes and mass murders face the death penalty and that this capital punishment be delivered quickly decisively and without years of needless delay counselor to the president kellyanne Conway against on the story with Martha McCallum on fox news the president laid out some concrete proposals many of them require bipartisan support by the Congress on Capitol Hill you're listening to USA radio news

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How did Canada and China end up here? How does it end?

The Big Story

12:27 min | 1 year ago

How did Canada and China end up here? How does it end?

"Fess is one of those stories that starts with a news event, the makes bold headline in Asia, and the US falling sharply on news, that top Chinese executive has been arrested in canon, while we see a mum long show. Appearing today in VC supreme court she since been released on ten million dollar bail, awaiting possible, extradition to the US move. She's about to fight from there. The narrative splits into stories about retaliation stories about political posturing trade, stories and business stories and technology stories most of these items are small enough that unless you're really paying attention. You might not notice them, but they are all part of the same big story and that story is still unfolding even when it's not dominating headless yesterday. The president signed an executive order effectively banning US telecom companies from using wall, way technology for five G. This is the next Canada updating its. Travel advisory for China, telling Canadians to exercise, a high degree of caution in China Canada's rocky relationship with China hit another bump today. Beijing has now blocked canola imports from a second Canadian producer Tara over alleged contamination by pests is it an show them? One day you look up your country is four months out from an important election and finds itself. Caught directly between two superpowers with no easy way. So what happens now how did Canada and China's relationship end up here? Can the liberals really soften their talk and deescalate tensions in the middle of an election? And if they do that, and Donald Trump doesn't like it. What happens then? I'm Jordan heath rulings? And this is a big story about a rock and hard place and us David Maas crop is one of our favorite. Geopolitical analysts is a political scientist, and he is the author of too dumb, for democracy. Let's start with the really basic simple stuff. How is Canada's relationship with China right now? It's pretty awful unless something changed in the last couple of hours. And I don't think it has it is that one of the lower point the being out in years, when I was doing my masters I became deeply interested in international relations and China and took a course on China studied, I are SETI, global international local economy. And so that was that's the baseline that I'm going from from my head. I doubt for a couple of years, I was expecting to China and I didn't. But then in the last year or so I doubt back in, especially the last six months, and there's been a notable decline since Canada arrested. Among one Joe on request of the Americans would like her extradited to the US where she's indicted on a couple of dozen or so charges. Of working with a Ron, which is under American sanctions. And that was really the sort of opening salvo in deteriorating deteriorating relationship between Kennedy and China and that sort of decline has been marked by obviously the arrest, but Dan, China, banning Canadian, canola imports arresting to Canadian nationals, Michael covert. Michael Foulon sentencing to Canadians to death on drug charges and Canada, considering banning while way for five technology which the Americans would very much like us to do. So there's you can see from bats quick rundown at the last several months half year or so a growing tension. But, but fundamental rift surrounding largely long-term geopolitical interests. Explain for me if you can how Weiwei is tied to the Chinese government, because I. Here in the west in the, the coverage that we get it almost seems like an arm of the government. And, and I don't understand that. So well, I don't think it is. I mean, I'm not a China expert. I'm a. A writer observer scientists democracy interested in this. And so something I track across several different types of reporting. So it's interesting to see how different countries report on it. How international media reports on it? But also have business media reports on that versus political media. And one of the things you see is that there is some doubt to the rich while as connected to the Chinese government. And as one observer point of there's no smoking gun. But the concern is that either now or at some point while technology could be used in at least one of two ways to undermine geopolitical interests, including economic interests in corporate interests. And one is through the Chinese government, requesting data from the company extra-territorially and a company to comply. So one is they show up. China's government says, look, this is the rules, give us the data and they had no choice. It's a little bit of Kim to the US Patriot Act. And if. You've got stuff. But that's that's a domestic thing. So if you're a Canadian that uses g mail on your stuff is stored on American servers, the government, the US government can access that stuff under the Patriot Act, right? This is one of the concerns with using American service in American technology. It's a bit like that. So it's not like this is just the China issue in their, their concerns with the United States from since as well. So that's one of the Chinese government will be able to request that information. And from what I've read that is generally probably true. The government asked for it while we would have to provide the other is that why would actually build back doors into the technology that would allow spies the Chinese stayed to directly access that tater through the back door? Now, China has a long history of corporate XP knowledge stealing ideas, stealing intellectual property. They're not the only ones, of course. I mean, a lot of America was built and stealing intellectual property. But that is part and parcel of the struggle, you mentioned America couple of times, I because we arrested while way CFO on their request and second. Because there may now be some pressure to not allow away on the five G network because of them. How is our relationship with the state's play into diplomacy with China, and what's Canada going to do if we're caught in the middle? I don't know. I would not want to be Christophe land right now because there isn't an immediate obvious good solution to this. If you're thinking, geopolitically, if you if you're worried about your relationship with the United States for all kinds of reason, the US has been in long-term decline. Then you have a problem if you specially if you wanna look around the world. Develop new alliances and new relationships and China's one of those, especially if you rely on China for things like canola exporting canola, which is significant for Canadian partners. On the other hand, you're dealing with Trump who's Curiel at the best of times. And you're trying to get the US MCA agreement, the US NCA ratified, which is increasingly difficult and unlikely in the current US congress, it might have to wait. So what do you do your bound to the US for other reasons to the border, the movement of goods and individuals? Whatever it was eighty percent or so of our trade, but also defense, right? I mean they're a defense arrangements, whether it's NORAD or NATO. And then on top of that, we're part of the five is intelligence community, and there are concerns that if, if those countries allow countries that are part of the fun is allow wobbly technology. They may not want to share intelligence with them for fear that it's compromise. So what do you do if you're Canada, I have no idea. You know, eve version, who's a scholar at UB a China scholar. I usually Pacific scholar thinks that the immediate move is you deescalate with China and to rebalance that relationship, the more, I think about the more I think he's onto something. But as a recently for the boat mail, we also have to think forward fifty to one hundred years, and they go, what kind of international order. We want to be part of building to ensure that we have a just and ideally democratic. World. Order governed by very careful norms. What country is due to one another into their own people? Well, how does China's global strategy play into what Canada's facing because you've used sort of outlined, some of their bigger strategies towards trade, and trying to lead that international order? So the Chinese belt and become sort of modestly obsessed with the Chinese and road initiative. Explain explain exactly what the belt in Rhode initiative is for those of us who are hearing about it for the first time. So it's several years old now, dates to give or take twenty thirteen and what it is, is in short oversupply a little bit on attempt to recreate the silk road. Through a massive roughly one trillion dollar US infrastructure and development program that will stretch across give or take between sixty and seventy countries and dozens of organizations, and this is a factory China launching a massive investment throughout the world. Now. Depending on how you see it. It's a bit of a rohrschack test for your perspective on China. You could be seen as a development project. It could be seen as a trap China's investing in these countries and that has them on the hook largely, like, by the way, developed countries have been doing around the world for years, in, for instance through IMF programs, but it's also potentially a projection military force, and building of allied ships, strategic partnerships while in the Americas in western Asia in Africa. It now has a growing military component as well to some extent, for instance, with Pakistan, who's building Chinese fighter jets, depending on how you see it. It's some combination of development program infrastructure program, military program and debt trout and big geopolitical play to help China direct the global order in the next in this. In the next century, if one of the options is to deescalate with China and ease the tensions kind of become become more of a part of what they're doing. Can the liberal government do that in an election year? I mean they've they've been standing tough so far. Can they turn around and deescalate this thing without losing face, what would what would the other parties have them do? I'm very curious to I mean Andrew shears line is that he wants to reset the relationship? I don't know what that means. What that would look like I don't know if this is a get tough on China plant, what you're possibly to get tough perspective is that China has been sort of bucking the international order for years, and they talk a lot about rights rules, but they don't follow them themselves. The liberals have been trying to for instance, negotiate some sort of settlement, obviously on canola, but also to try to secure the release of my covert space for China's been hesitant to take meetings, high level meetings and. And we don't have an ambassador in China, currently, and the Chinese investor is leaving at the end of the month. He's been quote unquote promoted to Paris. So now he hasn't exactly been, I think particularly easy to work with. And obviously, if you remember back to John McCallum, who was retired by premise, true toe that relationship wasn't particularly productive. I think either so they're caught. So I don't know what they do in, in lection year because even if the get tough on China rhetoric might play well to some it's not going to serve the country. Well, conserved, canola farmers is not going to serve detained Canadians is not going to serve two Canadians, who are right now have been

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Mccallum Border Patrol Station, Patrick Shanahan And Idris Ali discussed on This Week In Texas

This Week In Texas

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Mccallum Border Patrol Station, Patrick Shanahan And Idris Ali discussed on This Week In Texas

"The acting secretary of defense spent part of Saturday in Texas to see the border firsthand in mcallen, Patrick Shanahan said he intends to exceleron planning to secure the US Mexico border, and bolster the homeland security department's ability to do its mission without continuous military help he also offered assurances to perhaps two dozen border patrol agents and other officials at the McCallum border patrol station. The Pentagon would not withdraw its military support prematurely while they're Shanahan saw. A continuing problem. Overcrowding Reuters national security reporter Idris Ali said on CBS news that agents don't have enough buses to move migrants. So they're having to use aircraft. Yes. Military, for example, has given about nineteen aircraft to the broader mission. And so one deemed that part of the us for that. But it just speak sort of level and the volumes of people, and it's very visible. When you be four stations Shanahan tool border patrol agents. Quote, we're not going to leave until the border

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The UK and Canada are both embroiled in Huawei linked controversy

John Batchelor

10:19 min | 1 year ago

The UK and Canada are both embroiled in Huawei linked controversy

"Prime ministers. The prime minister of Canada, the prime minister of Great Britain. What do they have in common? Besides that they participate in the Commonwealth, and they speak English. Well, the Chinese now watch this story, the prime minister of the United Kingdom, it's on the front page of your Wall Street Journal right now has fired. The Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson forty two extremely extremely well spoken. Young men. She accuses him of leaking the secret NFC meeting which concluded that the United Kingdom would permit while way to install a portion of its size speed five G network in Great Britain a portion she accuses Gavin Williamson of leaking that revelation. Gavin Williamson, the former Defense Secretary says no I didn't Theresa May now has to face the possibility that govern Williams and has rocketed to the top of the list of the conservative party to replace her. Now, go to Canada, the other side of the water, and we welcome. Charles Burton of Brock university to have Gordon I tell this story the star so far until this latest episode is that the United States requested Canada, detain an executive of. Wow, way, the very same Weiwei the wild way that is accused by the United States of being an agent if not the same as the the Chinese communist party, especially its militant spying way ring while way using technology to. Prey on vulnerable states that install while way technology, especially those attracted to the five G upgrade the United States. Does don't do it? That is not the issue in Canada, the issue in Canada is that Canada has detained an executive a relative of the man who founded why way and is pending transfer of that executive to the United States prime minister Trudeau the story, so far has not responded, any forceful fashion. The last time we talked to Charles the Chinese work claiming tainting of foodstuffs and cutting off an important export for Canada, an import for China foodstuffs, this very carefully challenged the farmers of Canada a big portion of the voting public while it's dough the prime minister had not responded. So now an update Charles good evening to you the. To prime ministers seem to be in trouble in some version with China and wow away, they're responding in an unusual fashion. Theresa May accusing Williamson of being leaker. How has prime minister Trudeau responded to this embargo of your food stuffs and has it gotten worse? Good evening to good evening. Well, I mean, the latest is that they're they're banning Canadian pork exports which could compensate for the canola exports previously banned because you know, the Chinese pork is in trouble with African swine who I'm so, you know, there's a market for Canadian, pork. That's just been blocked off. In addition, just in general, they're suggesting that Canadian soybeans of head shipments with Anson them clearing. Canadian agriculture commodities into China has been slowed to the extent that the Chinese customers for the Canadian product are naturally looking to alternate. Sources. Because of their uncertainty about whether they can get the Canadian product through to their market. So in general, China's doing everything it can to to harass Canada and pressures over memento. In addition, we've had another drug smuggler who with arrested in China and twenty twelve who just last week Canadian has been sentenced to death. So it seems that China's using every means it can to try and and make it difficult for candidate to continue to maintain the the Demong extradition commitment to the United States. And apparently most recently we've heard that the Chinese government have issued directives to the provinces seeking information from all Chinese state firms have dealings with Canada with a view to compiling more lists of possible retaliatory measures that will presumably be played out in the days and weeks ahead. In the meantime, our prime minister seems to think that this is just the storm in relations that they're what they're doing is wrong. But that it will blow over and we'll come to an understanding it and go back to to the relationship of the past which was to compromise on Chinese human rights, cyber espionage, China's international behavior with the promise of promise of enhanced Canadian access to the Chinese market. Gordon? So at the end of this year, we have Justin Trudeau your prime ministers, go up for general elections is of Chinese of all these Chinese actions against canola farmers now pork razors. You know, all of these detentions of Canadians retaliatory actions is that going to have an effect on the election. And what would have will it help through though? Or will it hurt him? Oh, I think it will certainly hurt him. I think in particular outraged at the idea of two Canadian citizens who are being held by the ministry of state security, the black jail where they're subject to brutal, torture and revelations are leaked by the people who have consular access to them not at the place where they're being held there. Brought blindfolded to to police stations to meet with Canadian consular officials. We know for example, that neither men Michael neither of them Michael speaker, and Michael covert have seen the light of day since December. Ember and that they're subject to sleep deprivation, and you know, the usual techniques China US to deal with political distance. Well, the prime minister's complete lack of any effective response to anything that's going on. I think indicates a degree of weakness, and and his collaboration with Canadian firms who have strong connections with Chinese communist business networks, which is leading to this non action response. But I think emotionally Canadians are unhappy about the idea of Canadian citizens being subject to torture while government stands essentially, idly by unable to do anything about it. Charles says the report in the national post that a former ambassador to to Beijing from Canada guy saint-jacques is reporting. The China's compiling lists. You mentioned this to target Canadian businesses has the prime minister commented on that report. As he was spotted in some fashion, isn't that his job to protect Canada? He has not responded in any fashion. And you know, as you may recall, he fired the the Canadian ambassador to China. John McCallum one of his former senior cabinet ministers for making comments supportive of MS mums defense, which led to public outcry, and that's been several months, and so far we haven't seen any ambassador for Canada in Beijing. So we don't have any information about it is that the government is not proposing anybody which would be puzzling. Or is the Chinese government refusing to accept a Canadian ambassador in which case one would expect logically that that we would then expel Chinese investor to Canada Lucia yet we have good cause to do. So when he suggested that the only reason the Canada rested miss mum was that our judicial systems biased by white supremacy. So comments that are clearly beyond the acceptable realm of diplomatic discourse. But there again, nothing is happening. So so far, the only thing we've seen actually some compensation for the canola farmers with how you're, you know, our elections are wide open you and yell questions to the president has the premise or not face to question one about the fact that they're said to be targeting our businesses, isn't that part of his job. Well, certainly you would expect to get answers. But what we get as baffled gas. Really, you know, they say things like we're absolutely going to be doing more on the canola file coming out in the few days. That's the kind of answer you get. I think these answers are answers. The American press would not tolerate from American politicians, but you know, Canadians tend to be respectful and polite, Gordon, we have about a minute. So trials besides expelling the Canadian best of the Chinese embassador out of what else can do. Well, I think we ought to certainly get together with our allies and insist that China follow the terms of their WTO entry, which they are flouting, you know, very badly. And I believe we should crack down on the sentinel. We Canada has provided funding to the Chinese police to investigate the feno, which we know is coming out of small factories and South China. We should be inspecting all shipments into Canada, very vigorously, the Chinese suggestion that maybe they would do something about it. If we agree to allow them to open a police office in their consulate in Vancouver, which presumably would be used to provide cover diplomatic cover for agents of the Chinese ministry of state security is a complete nonstarter and wouldn't work but slowing shipments of all Chinese products into Canada expecting inspecting them for this. Options white powder would in fact, cause some pain to China and Microsoft in in China, feeding Canadian requests the other thing that we could do withdraw from the Asian infrastructure investment Bank. We only went into it against drunk US objections because we thought we could curry favor to establish a free trade agreement with China.

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Democratic National Committee rejects Fox News for debates

The Joe Pags Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Democratic National Committee rejects Fox News for debates

"The Democratic National Committee announced Wednesday, they are not allowing Fox News to host any democratic presidential debates. This election cycle citing that works alleged inappropriate relationship with President Donald Trump in DNC chair Tom Perez released a statement indicating he wants the democratic message to reach as many voters as possible. But also claiming FOX's not any position to host a fair and neutral debate and Peres's decisions based on reporting in the New Yorker that allow alleges Fox News has become a propaganda outlet for the Trump administration and no longer operates as a news outlet. Democrats will host their first primary debate on NBC and June their second on CNN in July, according to CNN's, Brian Stelter. Fox News senior vice president. Bill Sammon slammed the DNC's decision. In response dating. We hope the DNC will reconsider its decision to bar Chris Wallace Brett Bayer and Martha McCallum embodied the ultimate journalistic integrity and professionalism for moderating a democratic presidential debate. They're the best debate team in the business, and they offer candidates and important opportunity to make their case the largest TV news audience in America, which includes many persuadable voters, salmon added FOX White House. Correspondent John Roberts noted the network hosted a presidential debate during the general election in two thousand sixteen Garrett Hake and MSNBC. Correspondent also criticizing the decision. Not sure how declining to have a debate on Fox News squares with at Tom Perez off repeated adage Dem's needing to take their message, absolutely everywhere. And to everyone Hake argued a number of Fox News anchors in other media professionals similarly called up res- and painted the decision of our FOX from hosting debates as short-sighted and

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"mccallum" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on KTOK

"Martha McCallum we're gonna ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged, Shannon. Bream what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is develops through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's for AM. Midnight for their Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Ax about to fall at GM the word right now is they're going to be laying off four thousand people as of Monday, we don't know yet where the exact layoffs are going to occur. But we it's been in the works for a while as the company said that they need to cut roughly fourteen thousand jobs in North America. So that does include Canada, they're going to be cutting production at five plants as well reason being company says, and this is coming from the CEO they need to cut production costs, and they need to change and adapt to consumer preferences. So people aren't buying small cars anymore. They're getting the electric ones and larger vehicles FOX's Christina partner. Velos the president says he needs the money for his border wall to secure the us Mexico border. That's another caravan is moving much faster. And actually, there's more family units. There's more moms. There's more children here. Fox's Griff Jenkins. Meanwhile, the Trump administration says it would require an extraordinary effort to reunite what may be thousands of migrant children separate. From their parents says even if that occurred mini might be emotionally harmed. Well, if life gives you lemons, you make lemonade life gives you snow you make something else riot, police mattress fired tear gas and pepper ball guns. That's how huge crowd of several hundred students at West Virginia university spent their snow day on Friday..

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Justin Trudeau, John Mccallum And Prime Minister discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Justin Trudeau, John Mccallum And Prime Minister discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"Islamabad. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is fire. Canada's ambassador to China Trudeau says he asked John mccallum's resignation Friday night. He did not for a reason. But McCallum has made controversial remarks about the extradition case involving a top executive from the Chinese telecom company

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"mccallum" Discussed on Your Own Magic

Your Own Magic

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on Your Own Magic

"And then also mccallum just know that you have a really special gift why you help everyone everything that you are a part of his most successful because you're part of it so it's kind of like you sprinkled like not on things so you know if you will with somebody then that will is asian will become successful availabe domino money in that business will be better at their relation some way you'll have the ability to naturally without even trying just by being un showing up people around you will be more successful just because they know you oh my gosh i love hearing that wow that's that's amazing i'm happy to person thing in just that you'll soldiers to carry that kind of building energy that kind of glowing bringing people out that type of thing so you know as long as you know that you haven't it's again nothing that you have to figure out how to do will switch on switch off it's the more you see it and the more you you know appreciate yourself having that than than it's free to kinda like keno come in and show up i love that how do i show it to know how do i channel for others well so you'll it's a little different from mine because you do have gifted that in knowing ends if you what i would try and do is actually on the sound it's not really coming from an intuitive place if coming from pace of the left condition you all of your own stuff right the more clear like i said like your the antenne that just can download things.

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"mccallum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Last night with martha mccallum here's what john bolton had to say on the announcement that he was returning to the white house says the national security advisor the new kissinger cut number six well it's it's still sinking in so i haven't haven't thought about it a great deal i know you said more about my views that i have which is which is an interesting observation but look i you know the the the national security adviser like all of the president's top advisors serve at his pleasure and he may be a different kind of president than others but i think that's what the people voted for and and that's that's the that's the role i've been asked to take on that i sought certainly and that i'm i'm pleased to have accepted it and honored to carry it out we'll see what happens he said this is well to martha maccallum cut number seven absolutely jim baker who taught me an awful lot about about politics about foreign affairs used to end most discussions about things where we're clearly my suggestion wasn't going anywhere by saying because john the guy who got elected doesn't want to do it and i think that the rest of the bureaucracy needs to understand as well when the guy who got elected makes a decision that's what the constitution provides and it's there's a famous story about detaches in the secretary of state in the truman administration was asked by a reporter may maybe somebody like you how how how is it that that the atchison and president truman had such a good working relationship and atchison said basically because neither the president nor i ever forgot who was president he never forgot who is pros president cut number eight more martha mccallum you know if i believe half of what i saw on twitter i'd probably withdraw from the world which some people would prefer look i have i have my views i'm sure i'll have a chance to articulate them to the president some people don't like people who have substantive use their more process oriented but it's i if if the government can't have a free interchange of ideas among the presence advisors then i think the president is not well served throughout government.

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"mccallum" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Last night with martha mccallum here's what john bolton had to say on the announcement that he was returning to the white house says the national security advisor the new kissinger cut number six it's still sinking in so i haven't haven't thought about it a great deal i know you you said more about my views that i have which is which is an interesting observation but look i you know the the the national security adviser like all of the president's top advisors serve at his pleasure and he may be a different kind of president than others but i think that's what the people voted for and and that's that's the that's the role i've been asked to take on that i saw it certainly and that i'm i'm pleased to have accepted it and honored to carry it out we'll see what happens he said this is well martha maccallum cut number seven absolutely you know jim baker who taught me an awful lot about about politics about foreign affairs used to end most discussions about things where were clearly my suggestion wasn't going anywhere by saying because john the guy who got elected doesn't want to do it and i think that the rest of the bureaucracy needs to understand as well when the guy who got elected makes a decision that's what the constitution provides and it's there's a famous story about detaches in the secretary of state in the truman administration was asked by a reporter may maybe somebody like you how how how is it that that atchison and president truman had such a good working relationship and actress and said basically because neither the president nor i ever forgot who was president he never forgot who is rose president cut number eight mccallum you know if i believe half of what i saw on twitter i'd probably withdrawal from the world which some people would prefer look i have i have my views i'm sure i'll have a chance to articulate them to the president some people don't like people who have substantive use they're more process oriented but it's i if if.

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"mccallum" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on The Full 48

"So much truly the conversation that it really is breaking it would be breaking some kind of bond to just take the most explosive things he said and say this is what gear you've gotta take the whole thing as this kind of huge that of wisdom which which he has and i you know i i think that probably was the most the hardest yet the most delightful thing i'm having liked six or seven a or eight hours a tape with with jerry west we'll be back with more from jack mccallum in just a minute you will lose this another interviews talking to the the old lakers fromz seventy one seventy two um the stories you get because people are older and reflecting looking back verses trying to cover the part of the book that was focused on today's warriors a different challenge and i think a bleeding the witness a little bit here but i'm curious about this challenge not just that they haven't had the benefit of time and to reflect and and reassess digest whatever but just that the nba is different now like the the the fish boulder in as guarded as guys can be did you have that's though satisfying moment still though of finding out some new things about today's words even inasmuch as they are coverage to death what nuggets do you think you unearth or what new insight do you think you found in writing that half of the book blows and a team that was defined i started out doing this book that i thought it was going to be about two comparative winning streaks which led to championships however than the warriors lost the two thousand sixteen championship so the book then cut it turned into the current is because they came perforce the most interesting team in league when they got kevin durant and the season was so much defined by the relationship of qurion durant and.

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"mccallum" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on The Full 48

"Sd card up physical 48 on howard vac senior mba writer four bleach report my guest this week in studio momentarily the great jack mccallum one of the best mba writers i believe of all time certainly of my lifetime someone i've been reading since long before i got into this business and greater all person and someone who knows the game in the history of the game like few others uh jack has a new book out golden days the long subtitle which will discuss west lakers steffes warriors and a california dreamers who reinvented basketball so that's a referring to two different teams across two different areas of the nba west lakers of course you furnish jerry west and the 1971 72 lakers who won the championship end inner spliced with the current golden state warriors the sixteen seventeen warriors who of course when the championship and the connections between them and primarily one connection in particular and that would be the logo himself jerry west who of course was a star guard for that championship lakers team any consultants more than just a consultant of course technically consultant but a a massively important influence for this golden state warriors team of course jerry has since moved on is now consulting with the clippers but jacks book just as this incredible job of of fusing these two areas together you'll with forty years almost forty years separate these two teams in these areas of of nba basketball which i think would be looked unrecognisable from the vantage point of the other but jerry west is is the main connective tissue between these these two teams and these errors.

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"mccallum" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Looking for your next great higher ziprecruiter offers simple tools and powerful matching technology to help you find qualified candidates fast it's the smartest way to hire it for free at ziprecruitercom low post that's ziprecruiter dot com slash lowpost and now has welcome to the low post podcasts for we are thrilled once again to be joined by a hall of famer sports illustrated legend i don't even know how many times best selling author anymore and the author of a new book called golden days wh jerry west lakers steps warriors and the california dreamers who reinvented basketball the one and only jack mccallum how you doing i'm don't okay good reading of the one thinks my books have as long subtitles which i do not planned myself by the way i'm not a fan of long subtitles but publisher of levelled hey i was in academia for a couple of years and every master's thesis is like three words coal in forty words is the title like that's to sell works so this when i first learned of this book my first reaction honestly was men another book about the warriors is so make damn books about the warriors and then i see the concept in its sort of jerry west as a central figure on the 72 lakers who went thirty three straight games it adviser on the 2015 '16 warriors who won twenty seven straight games opener of what 24 25 whatever it is a lot of games to open the season and then win the championship yunos damaging that you're where they lose and i thought that's interesting and i read the book in the through lines are are more connected than i thought and bouncing back between two of the alltime great teams.

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"mccallum" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"How these viruses are interacting with humans today and of course there's a lot of really interesting historical information as well should we be concerned about these life fire says and this of genetic inflammation entering modern society well i think first we definitely need to determine yeah when we find one of these relics is there live virus or not to date we have not been able to find live virus but certainly that is a concern in that something and think we want to determine very quickly and very efficiently one for the safety again of the individuals who find these specimens and work with them and then also we want to make sure that this is not spread further andrea mccallum that from the us cdc you're listening to the naked scientists would make chris smith and with easy clark still to come why doctors the sequencing one hundred thousand nhs patient genomes i'm what's the best way to swat a fly fast decisive swipe or stealthy slow approach we'll find out that fast remember that sausage we went genetically sequencing aaliyah let's head back to cambridge pathology lab where joined by the pitch a who made the sausage steve ethane an edge for now reveal what they found so what we're looking at it as a pie chart which shares the amount of of reads from each other more as a as a percentage each individual read is a bit of that can serve region of the sequences sequins said the percentage of reads we say okay we know that that specific sequins looks like less in cal yet how many times as that present exotic yeah so i guess the good news is is your source just not eight point six one percent according to this pig.

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"mccallum" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6

His and Hers and SC6

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6

"I'm not going to look back on the what happened with carmelo with chill and you know what what i know is that i have been in communication with carmelo incremental team following the season i think that we will be a good developing team of criminal was part of the team and we will be a good developing team if if he is but i think that we will be in constant communication with carmelo and criminals camp and we'll come to some some resolution that works well for both of us instead of your to a lesser wants to be stuck lecture i about sovereign expand that list of teams for which he would waive is no traycloth i don't think he asked to at all i mean and i'm thinking more or less about the things that have always been important melo one is money into new york and look i know that cj mccallum in the portland trail blazers a soon dish shot okay or on the uniform river city well but here's the thing what it money in new york new york has always meant something to him all right and i think for him especially considering his family situation wanting to be closely his son why would he go to portland said met for me look is born in houston cleveland new year's obviously little personal connections the boise p3 and abroad and you cynically novelty changed a little bit closer than i think point but if you go if you were to go to a team like fort for their feet with that back dignity he put him in the mix they can be an interesting team in the west maybe not top two or three but here's the point i guess i'm said we talker strictly basketball and not.

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"mccallum" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on WTVN

"Yeah i i did i would not to i wouldn't mind pull in those off to the side and ninety which is what you did at the first one yeah but the other one pretty good the rest of was good yeah column ari rings and they also had the little mccallum our as for the tentacles you're not you're not a big fan of the tentacles law i ate some i just that you normally much chewier par to the comorian technically are do yes yes so we ah order to pizza and have all different go we we got thorough special which was a sausage onion and green pepper and mushroom and malaysia rooms yeah and uh uh stuff all fresh in a 45 minutes our forty minutes was right net ballpark it was an four hours known it was a little quicker than course we got they're pretty early so the place wasn't pack when we got there no though that's a good the it was back when we burly yes ziua like right about when our pizza came out yet it was that nunez share the place was really filling up at that well and obviously when they start crank there that that oven and they start push knows i mean it gets low humid in there it was the glasses were swinning much like you generally do on that do that outside yeah yeah they'd be so they needed go find some kind of coasters to use on the tables i mean i didn't really care i'm not wearing anything to dry clean only gray i generally dolled but if you went there for lunch and you know i'm a bit from an office racer something that's got to wear a tie in you know your pants might be dry clean i mean you're gonna be driven stuff on you pretty regularly i thought that they need to come up with some kind of coaster solution for that and if there is one i don't know if there is a lot of dripping so it is that have to be like a four inch thick khosla yeah what would work like folding a couple of napkins over and set your drink on it in at some point the napkin comes within but it wouldn't be dripping on youth uh the pizza came in lexi ah actually service each show as you can see video of that and pictures.

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"mccallum" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mccallum" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A body had been seen that really does occur yeah i can't imagine marty alexi was telling us about that when who hunter pence said when he took went off the big purple you know be looked like a baseball i mean out of all the major injuries in sports obviously gate near need twisted napoleon mccallum our zik kaufman the great running back out a navy the plate for the los angeles raiders stomach cal i think he's a pastor in east may now he had one of the more devastating is it kaufman poehler and kauffman he had a devastating knee injury that ended his career if i'm not mistaken he went to washington well i'm confusing mccallum and kaufman but there was a reiter running back they his need this guy blown up in such you think about that and baseball taken a taken a 90man our heater like buster posey's did this year right off that the helmet when these are some pretty significant injuries in the when you see something like that dr you ever sit back have you ever sat back and got allow or do you go mmediately into action really come into pens book sometimes give him of the loss of the pooches really be quite an impact when thomas that back and look and declares okay yeah let's talk a little bit dr richard gale is with us of course paolo alko medical foundation set our health doc has been with us before tea position for the earthquakes and with the raiders as well as he told this morning we've had a couple of injuries i know you haven't seen the people necessarily but it's great to get the medical background and later was the most dramatic it sounds like a few months a doctor issue and if i've said it correctly and i usually get that playing softball those inside the leg k and apparently he's got a serious one for two three months but tell us about the doctor injury and what can happen there and hanging hillman julio talk to muscles are basically the muscle attachments on.

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