35 Burst results for "Mcfadden"
Julie Kelly: Judge McFadden Realized J6 Trials Were Political Trials
"6th Julie these seem like political trials not legal trials I only got about a minute left but listen I get it that the judge the verdict rulings were not really great for the defendants but you got to applaud him for doing the right thing I mean can you imagine the pressure This judge must be under to conduct a star chamber there and just throw these people in jail no matter what I mean I really I would typically pick a jury over a judge trial but in this case I can't dispute them trying to pick a judge trial going forward It seems like the common sense move at this point your quick thoughts on that You really do and judge mcfadden now I've been a critic of his He's a Trump appointee He's gone along with DoJ He's holding men under pretrial detention orders including man accused of no violent crimes but he gets a little bit of a cheer here and I think that maybe he's realizing that the early narrative of this and the demands of this D.C. district court to make sure that they prosecuted and punished these defenses as harshly as they possibly could that maybe he's got a little bit of a conscience and now realizing that that's not such a good idea Certainly has nothing to do with justice or fair play has everything to do with politically prosecuting political dissidents in the United States of America including sending them to a political prison in the nation's capital
Julie Kelly: Matthew Martin Acquittal Is a Rare Glimmer of Justice
"We just had a verdict in the case not guilty Julie we found out unsurprisingly that it's very difficult to accuse someone of trespassing who was invited into the capitol This actually stunned people in law enforcement which stuns me Your thoughts on that Yeah so this was a rare glimmer of justice in Washington D.C. judge mcfadden acquitted Matthew Martin a man charged with the most common for misdemeanors related to January 6th Not only when Matthew Martin took the stand and explained how capital police waved him into the building for the first time you had a capital police official testify under oath at yes Officers did stand by and they did allow people into the building claiming that they were so over manned and overwhelmed This official said So we let people into the building We stood there just to make sure no one got hurt Well not only did that confirm that they let people in but also that the people walking into the building had no idea Dan that they were committing a crime They were never warned that the building Julie why would you I mean I'm not being silly and believe me I have no dog in this fight other than truth and justice I mean it I'm not trying to be silly about it But why would you If you're sitting there at a rally about an election you have questions about And you're following other people who are being waved into a building I don't understand what how that's beyond the reasonable doubt of guilt
January 6 Defendant Matthew Martin Found Not Guilty
"A January 6th defendant, Matthew Martin, has been completely exonerated on four separate misdemeanor charges by a judge. This was a so called bench trial. You can have a trial in which the judge decides or a trial in which the jury decides, well, Matthew Martin was smart. He decided to go for a for a bench trial. And I think he did that because the judge in question is, is in fact a Trump appointee, a guy named Meg fadden, and Trevor mcfadden. And mcfadden has although he was very pro prosecution in the beginning, he seems to have be slowly dawning on him what a racket this is and how they're going after people for doing essentially nothing.
Media Ignores Story of First Jan. 6 Defendant Found Not Guilty
"If Matthew Martin, who is a New Mexico man who went to the capitol on January 6th, was convicted of the four misdemeanor counts that he faced. That'd be in the media. Mainstream media would cover that. That'd be a big story. They'd say, oh, here's another trumper. Here's a Trumpist. Here's an insurrectionist. And look at him, he's going to spend 15 months, 18 months, 23 months in jail. 'cause he's an instant. He tried to overturn the election and upend democracy as we know it, and he was worse than Pearl Harbor meets 9 11. Will Matthew Martin this contractor from New Mexico, who once referred apparently to January 6th. There's a very special magical day. Was unique. He was the first January 6th defendant to tell his story in his own words. In other words, he was the first defendant to testify on his own behalf. The judge, federal judge Trevor mcfadden, found him not guilty. Of all counts.
Will Judge McFadden's Decision Affect Future Jan. 6 Defendant Trials?
"Calling Martin's conduct minimal and non serious judge mcfadden found it plausible that Martin was allowed into the building and did not realize the grounds were off limits to the public Judge mcfadden's ruling could impact pending cases and play offers Since a government witness confirmed for the first time under oath that police stood by as people entered the capitol The next trial for a January defended facing the same charges is scheduled for April 13 When Russell dean of Alfred will appear before judge Tanya an Obama appointee Now that's how justice is supposed to work Ladies and gentlemen that's how justice is supposed to work
American Greatness: Judge Acquits J6 Protester in First Defeat for DOJ
"I spoke briefly the other day about a federal district judge in Washington D.C. by the name of Trevor mcfadden Who appears to be the only federal judge Who actually believes in the rule of law there And the Intrepid should be Pulitzer Prize winning but the Mark Levin award winning Julie Kelly An American greatness site Just posted the following D.C. district court judge Trevor mcfadden today delivered a major blow to the Justice Department's aggressive prosecution of January 6th protesters Following a bench trial this week from Matthew Martin in New Mexico man charged with the most common misdemeanors related to the capital protests Judge mcfadden found Martin not guilty on all counts It is literally the first acquittal in a January 6th case The first and only one Nearly 800 Americans have been arrested and charged mostly on petty offenses For their involvement in the four hour disturbance that day she writes
"mcfadden" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Well We have a judge appointed by president Trump by the name of Trevor mcfadden He is a district court judge in Washington D.C. and a lot of these district court judges I've explained this in the past Are not really the selection of a sitting president A lot of times you have to make deals To get them through the Senate So they make deals on district court judges not on circuit court judges unless that's changed And certainly not on Supreme Court Justices But you have situations in one you have a Republican president and you're looking at a Democrat area like the District of Columbia Where they'll cut a deal Let's say there's two trial judge seats that are open district court judge seats that are open And what they'll do the Democrats on Capitol Hill they'll say look we're going to block you guys If you try and put to Republicans in there so a president typically has to say all right look I'll get one and you pick one Or maybe there's three openings In and around New York City federal judge slots And a president will say I'm taking two I'll give you one I've seen that happen It had to happen with rag and it's happened with everybody But we drew the line at the appellate courts and certainly at the Supreme Court and I certainly hope Republican presidents have continued to do that So even though Trevor mcfadden was appointed by nominated by and then confirmed by the Senate by a president Trump it doesn't mean he's a Trump guy If you get my point is that pretty clear mister Medusa So we have this piece in the hill by Naomi Jagoda In Harper Nye dig beats me Anyway federal judge yesterday dismissed an effort from former president Trump to prevent the Treasury Department at IRS from providing House Democrats with his tax returns Look how it's Trump They dismissed his effort to protect his tax returns from Congress Now folks Donald Trump is a private citizen There is absolutely no reason for Congress to have his tax returns None Do you have no of any ex-president that has been treated this way In this latest attack I mean do you know any president that's been treated this way Ex-president They don't want to know about George HW Excuse me George W. Bush's taxes They don't want to know anything about Obama and the hundreds of millions that he's pulled in Why not Now I'm telling you right now when the Republicans if the Republicans take the house and I want to talk about that in a minute if the Republicans take the house they damn well better get on their bikes here They should target Obama or Clinton and somebody and demand their taxes And if the judges think it's no big deal that Congress has a legitimate effort and trying to make tax policy based on what public officials are doing then they should subpoena these This judge is taxes and Supreme Court Justices taxes Why suggest the president our former president in this case There's no legislative purpose here But if there is and if that's the holding if that's the adjudication then fine Then start subpoenaing tax returns from judges and justices From former Democrat president that'll put an end of this nice and fast They got to learn how to fight fire with fire They're such wusses May I say what's this mister Biden I think I will It's just ridiculous Absolutely absurd In this mcfadden writes in a 45 page opinion a long line of Supreme Court cases requires great deference to facially valid congressional inquiries This is not a facially valid congressional inquiry By using that language and embracing that position he comes up with his result Even the special solicitude accorded former presidents does not alter the outcome The court will therefore dismiss the case But he was nice enough to stay his decision for 14 days for an appeal For an appeal And House ways and means committee chairman Richard Neal another hack for Pelosi He's requested Trump's tax returns from the IRS He praised the ruling Now this ruling should be used to go after Pelosi The Speaker of the House now why Well let me remind you about speaker Pelosi Eva stretch Pelosi let me remind you about Pelosi I can find my damn list of audio mister producer But what's the one before She was asked today right She was asked today If members should be prohibited from trading stocks go ahead Insider just continue to provide more investigation And a 182 senior congressional factors have violated the stock app I wonder if you have any reactions to that and secondly should members of Congress and there's a thousand individuals So.
Mark Levin Gives an Inside Look on Appointing Federal Judges
"We have a judge appointed by president Trump by the name of Trevor mcfadden He is a district court judge in Washington D.C. and a lot of these district court judges I've explained this in the past Are not really the selection of a sitting president A lot of times you have to make deals To get them through the Senate So they make deals on district court judges not on circuit court judges unless that's changed And certainly not on Supreme Court Justices But you have situations in one you have a Republican president and you're looking at a Democrat area like the District of Columbia Where they'll cut a deal Let's say there's two trial judge seats that are open district court judge seats that are open And what they'll do the Democrats on Capitol Hill they'll say look we're going to block you guys If you try and put to Republicans in there so a president typically has to say all right look I'll get one and you pick one Or maybe there's three openings In and around New York City federal judge slots And a president will say I'm taking two I'll give you one I've seen that happen It had to happen with rag and it's happened with everybody But we drew the line at the appellate courts and certainly at the Supreme Court and I certainly hope Republican presidents have continued to do that So even though Trevor mcfadden was appointed by nominated by and then confirmed by the Senate by a president Trump it doesn't mean he's a Trump guy If you get my point is that pretty clear mister
Trump loses bid to block his tax returns from Congress
"Hi hi Mike Mike Ross Ross you're you're reporting reporting a a judge judge rules rules against against former former president president trump trump in in his his bid bid to to block block Congress Congress from from getting getting his his tax tax returns returns former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump has has been been dealt dealt a a legal legal setback setback in in his his bid bid to to keep keep his his tax tax returns returns from from congressional congressional scrutiny scrutiny U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Trevor Trevor McFadden McFadden has has ruled ruled the the chairman chairman of of the the house house ways ways and and means means committee committee has has broad broad authority authority and and the the treasury treasury department department should should provide provide the the trump trump tax tax returns returns to to the the committee committee but but fatten fatten a a former former justice justice department department official official and and trump trump appointee appointee wrote wrote in in his his ruling ruling even even if if the the former former president president is is right right on on the the facts facts he's he's wrong wrong on on the the law law the the committee committee wants wants access access to to trump's trump's personal personal and and business business tax tax returns returns from from twenty twenty thirteen thirteen through through twenty twenty eighteen eighteen the the judge judge stayed stayed his his ruling ruling for for two two weeks weeks giving giving trump's trump's legal legal team team time time to to file file an an appeal appeal Mike Mike Rossi Rossi at at Washington Washington
Interview with South Africa Pilot, Thomas Marrow
"Welcome to another addition of there. I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots and demanding situations for we learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host richard mcfadden. Today's guests is all the way from south africa. Thomas has been flying since he was twenty one years old. He's got about two hundred hours any flies a sling and most recently a kid plane for africa safari. Think of it is kind of like kit fox but a little bit bigger. Thomas flies out of yohannes berg and flies all over the south africa back country thomas. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you so much for having me so thomas. I was surfing the internet the other day on youtube and came across your video and watch a bunch of them. Some of the stunning footage that show and in around south africa just sounds like stunning flying but the one that got my attention of course was the one that you threw out for that purpose to get pilots attention about an incident. You had flying in your kit plane for africa safari. Do you mind sharing that story with us in some your lessons learned. Of course. I think we should probably start from the very beginning. Because obviously these events unfold over a period of time but essentially what i do is we do fly back. Country style sort of aviation in south africa ruling has a little bit different and this sort of ties into how this all happened as well but essentially what. I have a youtube channel in which we post all of lying adventures and also things from flying my playing to flying aerobatic aircraft and all sorts of stuff like that. Tell us the name of your youtube channel. Place the name of mighty to tunnel if this mine. Which thomas matter it's sort of has evolved into something that's separate from channel now as well but a news series which we released on south african television schooled stick and rudder So we're doing lots and lots of stuff with education essentially trying to boost the general aviation fraternity within south africa which is sort of on a slow decline.
"mcfadden" Discussed on The Content Strategy Podcast
"Hello it's me christina again. Hey really hot in minnesota hot where you are or is it chilly because you were in australia. For example where it's winter or san francisco where it is always between fifty and seventy degrees. I am so thrilled today to have someone who is actually. I've known him for awhile. I've got really know him over the last several weeks which is why i asked him here today and he is my very special guest. Jonathan mcfadden let me tell you briefly about mr. Jonathan mcfadden is a senior content designer at red ventures where he works with designers researchers and project managers to improve user experiences for major brands when he's not designing with words at his day gig he's writing content for clients as the founder and owner of john rights. Llc in his spare time he enjoys spending time with his wife. Teaching bible study reading comic books and being black jonathan.
"mcfadden" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Glad i haven't seen those and it was weird. You'd have to like basically do this kind of performances with especially by yourself. Yeah essentially by myself no no. It's not weird. It's you're you're paid to act. What can i tell you you know. Yeah i did a lot of research on that now. I mean you're paid to act. Yeah and s. Speaking of memes to i had a lot of people wanted to know this of all things. Yeah there's tons of star trek questions. But i think there's just so many people who wanted to know if you're aware of the blazing beverly names. Have you seen those memes. I'm not sure. I've i've seen some names but i'm not sure of all of them now. I can't say that. I know all of them but i certainly have seen a few within funny. I just saw a new one that was with picard and crusher and they both have their hands out like we've forgotten how to shake hands we have to learn after cova and it was very funny. I have to say. I thought it was good. I mean our fans are so clever. I love the stuff people come up with. You know you've made it when you were mean that's pretty much the truth really okay. Well i was a mimi like this kind of memo and i was wrong. Different kind of mean but yeah. That's on nasty. You know about your action figures because on xtra collector i've actually got a fact one of the prototypes of beverly crusher figure. So let's hear what your thoughts are on your toys site. Did you like your action figures. Did they look like you. Oh you know. I don't know that. I felt they. yes some of them do some of them do. Some of them don't The first one that came out the very first one They sent it to me. And i can't even remember if i was allowed approval at that point or not. I can't remember but my son who was one and a half or two. He went he sought and went a mummy doll because he had seen me in uniform so much that he didn't he had never watched arte key did not know anything about. I didn't own a tv. By the way. I didn't want my son to get so inundated with tv. That he didn't he wasn't allowed to even see his first video until he was three so he had never you know he didn't have that facilities and understand. That's what camera was doing so he would just go down to the set and uncle brent. Who is godfather would just look like that. And then he'd it would take him time to understand. Brent was the person who was also normal. Michael doran he'd make that connection for a long time he understood who wharf was but he didn't have a clue. Michael dorn was you know. And then of course then he. He got it as he got older. But that's what was fun about. It is to to have him see that. And it's just like when i'd be autograph we used to have to autograph so many pictures that we were asked like. They'd give us a box of one thousand. We had a autograph more uranium the fans or whatever and i remember when at one point he was like stopped signing your face. Come play with me and i went okay. That's it i am not signing anymore. We are playing the idea that his mommy is signing her face. You so i went. Okay gotta watch that. That's awesome. I'm gonna make on your face at a convention one day. I promise you that much okay. Where are you located right now. I'm in new york new york city. I lived there for twenty seven years. I love new york all right so gates one of the last things i gotta ask you. of course. today everyone wants to know we'll doctor crusher return will ever see her in star trek card. Well i hope so. But i really don't know at this point. There's there's nothing concrete. I think you're really gonna ask patrick. I think he's gonna be patrick choice. That's my my feeling so we'll see it'd be great if you want to send me patrick cellphone totally eskimo problem. I don't think so and again we're talking to you today about your upcoming podcasts. Which i believe comes out on. May twelfth gates investigates. it's actually investigates. Who do you think you are. Great name by the way And so you know about that. Show alive or dead. Who is your dream guests. You would love to spend an hour talking with whoopie as agreed to do once. I'm certainly looking forward to that one. That that's a pretty dream guest us. She's she's unbelievable she There's so many people everybody. I'm talking to i go god. There's they're even more interesting than i already thought i. There's there are no duds in the this world. So i feel You know can't wait. I wouldn't mind doing one with stacey abrams or cory booker. Some of these people who really are trek fans but who are also Potentially you know they're they're doing it in real life that's That's an amazing thing. Yeah it's really truly an amazing thing. How many people really affected by star trek and again. I mentioned earlier in the show. I asked my listeners demon questions but allowed them to head comments and they wanted to say. Please tell her that. Doctor crusher inspired me to pursue stem career and these are coming from a lot of. Especially so i mean oh the community is just so grateful for what you've done. I mean it doesn't get much better than that i. I certainly don't take any credit. But i do feel honored to have been part of a show that the gave women and men role models because we need them and I had them in my life. And i feel it's crucial for all of us. Want to go forward together. So i'm i'm honored. I thank all of you who have thanked me Because you are my future. Okay thank you so much for chatting to. We didn't get chest and talk to in depth about genesis. I had this whole list of questions. So hopefully i can investigate it another time. Okay there you go so much. And i want to check out gates mcfadden investigates. We're going to have links to all of that so make sure you check it out from the nacelle company. Their brand new podcast series are just beginning. Should we got a lot more. And i'm really excited to listen to the show too. So congratulations on your project. Come to life thank you matthew a pleasure. Thanks so much have a great day gates. Long offer it. Thank you you too. And that was our chat with gates mcfadden. Thank you again for coming by my humble. Show to talk star trek and so much more and of course want to check out her. New podcast from the nacelle cast studios. Look up gates mcfadden investigates. Who do you think you are starting on. May twelve when they've used wherever you listen to podcasts. But just don't forget to listen to truck on told the free check out her show. Please don't mind thank you now. Unfortunately today we didn't get to talk more about genesis during the time i had with her like when we started this episode. And we to talk about it as you can tell a lot of other fun stuff came up and we never really got back into it. But in the meantime here's a few facts about that episode. Just kind of tide you over until the next time happens. This episode was the first time an episode of star trek was directed by female cast member with the next one happening some years later when roxanne dawson directed episode of voyager michael west more and his team had a ton of work to do on this episode and they were nominated for an emmy in that category of makeup for their efforts. Now all this was the first time gates had directed a tv episode. Wasn't the first time she had ever directed. We didn't talk a ton today about her choreography. Career working with of the jim. Henson productions including labyrinth. Obviously that counts as type of directing and she has directed at hundred productions onstage across the country for auction for this episode was delayed due to the northridge earthquake forcing them to stop for two days according to interview gates entertainment tonight back in ninety four and by the way this was the same earthquake that caused armand sherman to run off the ds and drive back home to check on his family while wearing full clark makeup want hear that story go ahead and check out. That upset of this podcast. So that wraps up this week's episode of trek on toll. Thank you so much for checking out this week. Please make sure that you're following us on instagram twitter and facebook all at trek untold. That's one word no spaces at trick on. It's the best to get updates on guests check out all the memes and other things that were posting and interact with myself and other star trek fans. 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"mcfadden" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Now return to truk untold all right so gates. I got a few star trek questions for you. Because of course we can't go this deep without talking track and so one of the ones on an because again i mentioned i've been watching and of course i started episode one season one all the way through and i. It's quite undertaking. Wow and skin of evil which is episode where tasha yar essentially leaves the show. Now we know chronologically in filming order denise had to go but wouldn't have noticed when i watched. That episode was after tasha yar has been brought back to sick bay and dr crushers checking her out crusher browns her dead and it stood out to me because it felt very visible and very real as opposed to the other times that you said that we're you know obviously it feels real but this time it felt different and i'm wondering if like if that was in any way related to things that are going on behind the scenes with eastern the show and maybe your feelings as well about ultimately leaving the show that net following season was such especially real from that scene for you know i think it was because the character was part of the crew. You know i mean if it had been data or if it had been one or deanna troi. I would've felt the same way. I think it was literally there. It wasn't a deeper level. I think that's something that as as people watch it. They might add that level on. But at the time no and i thought why couldn't she have brought her back. I kept thinking you know. But that's more because it was you know it was a crew member and that was the first time that it happened I don't you know. I i mean i was sad to see her go but i totally understood her going and it had nothing to do. I had no idea Bein had much more to do with one producer who we sparred and He i think he sort of said either she goes her. I go and so. I was not picked up and then it just didn't work out and so then he left and I i was asked back interesting. okay. I've always been curious about that like i was wondering if maybe you never commiserated together about all. The promises are having now too bad. Maybe we were starting our own series and we always going to be now. That's too bad we should have done that because you know later. I directed her on stage. She we had so much fun working together. It was great. It was one of my favorite shows. I love it. And i gotta ask you a question about. Data's everybody in the world's probably asking me about this And you know we haven't even talked too much about your dance Mentioned of acting background. We talk a ton about dancing. But yeah i'd love to hear about you working brent spiner and getting him to follow your crazy moves. Did he have a background dance before that. No he doesn't some. Maybe you know in college or something and he could do a sauce. Shoot the the time step and we worked on some other stuff. But no basically we've rehearsed it and And then i cast someone as his stunt double because His dance double not stunt double and that guy was really really good. He was a superb tap dancer and then they probably speeded up the cameras. Well as is my recollection. So he's not only dancing incredibly fast when he does his hair wet. But i i loved coming up with that sequence. I came up with lot of the little details. That are in the sequence in even a couple of funny lines that i got approved. They you know they wrote the basic premise and stuff. But that was so much fun. Yeah that i wish. I could have done that endlessly that kind of thing where you get to create something but then i would not be the genius that they were. When they wrote all these scientific episodes andino philosophical. I mean they they brandon. And ron and michael piller and rick berman a mean. There was some incredible scripts. Doctor crusher gets leave sick bay too often really leadership too often but I've noticed that on occasion she does. I've felt like there's been some dance moves in things like i was just watching an episode. I'm going to be super nerdy here. I was just watching the episode attached. And i noticed where you basically walk up onto the transporter patty basically like a the exact terms that you kind of like did a cross your legs into second position or something. It felt very very elegant. I know right. it's the super duper nerdy. Something i love it. it's so funny. Did your dancing ever dictate any of your mobility on screen. You know you are who you are because of the way you move and so when that's always when i do a character especially if it's a character that's not close to me that's the most fun thing is. What are the shoes like. How do you have to walk. And what's the wait. Where's ago i level that So yes i would assume that people on the ship needed to keep in shape and be agile I would say crusher. I did a lot of away teams. Actually i maybe didn't do as much as some like reicher but i did you. Kyra i remember. Because i always had to carry for several years. That stupid medical kit that would open and everything would fall out. I mean they should have talked to louis vitton because there was no class it was just it would stay closed because they wanted us to open very quickly when i put it down. But meanwhile if something happened and it just came off your hand that was you know a three minute. Pick up in the sand on planet. Hell you know. I love that now. I saw a tweet. You actually just posted very recently about an episode the host and that was in relation to an article just shut up star trek com called growing up female and queer with star trek right and it just kind of recapped it up real quick that up so that ends with doctor crusher telling the female host of don and i quote perhaps it's a human failing but we're not accustomed these changes and that's meaning how you kinda fell in love with the male host but then when odom became the female something changed for you and you just address this in a tweet thirty three years later so it'll be just tell us what you said and your thoughts on this episode. Well i'm i'm somebody who is very inclusive gender wise so i mean i m myself. I'm heterosexual but i'm very you know. Gender is something. that's just fantastic. That can be so many different things for different people. I felt when i played it. Because i certainly you know. In my twenties. I had a lot of friends who were gay and lesbian and I had taught Shops for theatre groups that were a group of Gay women so i did not wanna play it that it had anything to do with her being a woman that to me what it was is i i had this one male that that's the person i felt fell in love with. I didn't know that it was this host thing. When i fell in love with him so she's already gone through that then very quickly. He's going to die. So you have to put it in something. So i can justify if i put it in You know she didn't know what person you could put it into. I mean what if they'd put it into a child. That would have been a really different episode. So i think it could have been put in. Troy could have been put in Ogawa whatever i i think the first time it gets put in someone else it it was. She was still so in love that she felt it and it was like. Oh you're not dead i. I'm so glad this this. This.
"mcfadden" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"And welcome back to trek untold. The star trek podcast. That goes beyond stars. I'm your host matthew kaplowitz this podcast has always been about learning the. Who's who when it comes to star trek for the past year. We've met with characters star performers writers makeup artists and many many more to take the deepest of deep dives into their origins learn about how their profession works and here all of their amazing stories. I think it's a pretty unique sector of star trek podcast world and one that i'm very happy to be a part of but as it turns out i'm no longer alone in that area and you might be familiar with my new competition today on trek untold. We're speaking with the one only gates mcfadden. You probably know her. From six seasons of star trek the next generation and all the movies and starting on may twelve. She hosts a brand new. Podcast called gates mcfadden investigates. Who do you think you are. This podcast is the debut show from the cell cast studios which is an offshoot of the nacelle company. Who you may already know from their netflix series. The toys that made us in the movies that made us as all cw series discontinued and their upcoming history. Channel docu series. All about star trek. The a company always puts out topnotch content and now with gates on board for their first. Ever podcast you know it's gonna be good and of course it's pretty obvious than a cell company are star trek fans because it's in their name so it goes without saying that this new podcast will have gates interviewing many of her tng alumni with debut featuring a one chat with jonathan frakes. Now you heard frakes before on this show but you've never heard him talking an hour uninterrupted with his co star. They share a bond which travels across the entire. Tng family that no other hosts could have with their guests unless they went through something like that. I got to hear some tips in the show and it's very fascinating and very personal two. It's pretty surprising. What kind of stories they get the tell on the show so in this episode of trek untold. I do my best to replicate the experience of gates fan domesticates and what you might hear on her show. But you know i take my word for it outweight. Now that's that's lavar burton zayn. It's different podcast either way. Stay tuned for our next with gates mcfadden but before we jump into our interview. I want to ask you are you following. Trek untold on social media. It's the best way to keep up to date and who's going to be the next guest on trek untold and learn all about the other cool things that are happening here so if you're on instagram. Facebook or twitter go ahead and look up trek untold. All one word and give us a follow in a like if you like to help support the show monetarily. Go ahead and check out t spring dot com slash stores slash trick untold. The check out some of the nice. 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If you're already following us or supported us in any other way thank you of course for being a part of the trek untold family. There's a lotta star trek podcast out there and we're very grateful that you chose us to listen to. I'd also like a quick shout out to our friends at triple fiction productions who makes them great three d. printed star trek inspire toys and replicas for fans of all ages and toys of all sizes. But you'll hear more about them a little later on in the show now without further ado. Let's beam up this week's guest computer access interview file hello and welcome back to trek untold and now joining us the other side of the screen. I don't think she needs any introduction of already. Give her like a five minute one before the show began as you folks can see. Today we are speaking with the lovely gates mcfadden gates. How are you today. i'll i'm great. How are you. i'm doing great. It's so wonderful to talk with you. Today we posted about this on our social media and we got such a huge response So many questions about the u. And i've got a ton of things to we're going to be digging deepfakes. That's what we do on trek untold. Ooh okay digging deep. I'm ready okay. So let's actually jump in. I on talk about the real reason that you're here. And that's because you've got a podcast coming out You've got gates. Mcfadden investigates which is debut may twelfth. so Yeah when was this idea for a podcast firstborn. Well you know it's funny. It was I'm trying to remember actually the date when it happened. I think it was maybe in march or april of the pandemic And i had just gotten back from a cruise. I actually had but was i didn't have a serious case. Thankfully and i got a call from brian. Volk weiss who is the ceo of nasal and he was so lovely and funny. And i'd never had sort of a ceo. Be like he was. He was just so down to earth. He's just a terrific guy. I really like him And he said you know gates I've been a big fan. And i just think you would be great doing a podcast and i'm like hello. What and he. He was very persistent. And i said. I said what my thinking initially thought that i would talk about track and i said listen. You don't know you don't know my friends and the cast and all that nobody's going to want to sit there and talk about star trek with me. We do it all time with everyone else. I said no no. They're all going to say no and i. Don't you know the people. I do podcasts. With no it much better than i do. And so i said no. I really can't and he could be anything you want. You can have anywhere on you want. I went and then he came back like sometime later and said no. I really do want you to think about this do it. And i said i just really don't know what i would do. And you know he said no. Just be you and just do this. And i'm like i don't know brian. Thanks but no. And and then he's called me back again and he says no. No you've got to keep thinking about. This is so this is the third time. And this is the guys drew so the only other thing in my life the came back to me with three requests was star trek gene roddenberry on the after i turned it down twice came back the third time and called me from his jacuzzi and said. Hey listen i think you ought to rethink this. I think you really should do star. Trek and i mean duh. What a dummy. What was wrong with me. That i didn't get this so i thought I should listen to this. Brian volk by wise and. So i actually. The truth is i went to my good friend's house and we were on the porch with our masks because we were we. Were really good about this..
Journalist Daniel Libit Unpacks Amicus Brief Supporting NCAA in NCAA v. Alston Case
"Perhaps the most important moment of this month from a sports standpoint could be in washington. Dc at the supreme court. That's when the much-heralded landmark potentially landmark case will be heard oral arguments will be hurt and there's a lot of controversy going on right now and our next guest is going with with with michael mcmahon. Has shed some some light on that. A friend of the court brief an amicus brief was filed recently in this case the nc. Double a. vs austin and it was discovered by our next guest and his colleague that what these athletes have done may end up hurting more than helping daniel limit joining us. And it's really great to have you on david. Thank you so much. We we've talked in the past with michael mccann. Both of you have really uncovered quite an extraordinary story. Here good afternoon and is a gentle way possible explained of those of us who don't understand this stuff as well as you what this is all about well first of all. Thanks so much for having me on the program. It's a it's an honor. Um yeah as you as you sort of previewed There was a group of former college. Athletes who on february eight filed in the meekest brief which is also called a friend of the court brief in the end of the blame. The allston case This was the eighth emeka. Brief that was filed in this case. But it was probably the most interesting and possibly the most impactful because this was the only breach that was being written and signed off on by actual former college athletes others. Who had weighed in on this. Were economists and law professors and subject matter experts but you know offensively. The people who would have been impacted by changes to the restrictions in compensation or scholarship limits while they were still in school and they were voicing their support for the incident which was kind of interesting because the caption of the case is the blake. The allston allston is shown. Allston the former west virginia running back. Who's the The name on a on a class of of former college athletes. And so you know curious. Who are the athletes who are actually standing up for being simple a and so a couple of weeks ago i started calling around and and reaching out to the eighteen athletes who had signed off on this brief two thirds of them are former olympic athletes But six of them are former major sports athletes. Five of them played basketball in college. And one of them is darren. Mcfadden the star football player for arkansas. Who had a kenya year. Nfl career retired in two thousand seventeen. And those are the ones who i thought. Were most interesting. Because those are the ones from the revenue that the so-called revenue generating sports who you'd think would have the most to gain By changes to the restrictions of Of compensation and In calling around Particularly with mcfadden who is kind of the marquee name used by far and away the most high profile of the former college athletes to sign onto this brief Occurred to me in our conversations with a few of them mcfadden included that their words didn't exactly square with what the brief said that when i was asking them. Sort of what motivated their position on the issue of amateurism What led them to to join us brief. They were kind of making better arguments for the plaintiffs for the players for the allston side than they work for. The incident lay And then through additional reporting and and and you know continuing to interview them it really raise questions whether or not they knew exactly what they were signing onto in the first place and whether or not their perspectives on college sports and amateurism aligned with the incident. Belay at all The las firm. That's filed this brief Is a major international law firm. It's called orc. They've done worked previously for the aa. So this was a serious brief filed by serious group of lawyers but it seem like some of their key voices And and their biggest most high profile name didn't know what they were actually signing up for or really didn't understand the specifics or for that matter. The the overriding point of the Of the litigation in daniel not to turn this into a legal drama but maybe in a small town lawyer runs down to the courthouse on friday and file something quickly just to try to stave something off or two for quick injunction. But we're talking about the supreme court here and of the most important cases That we've ever seen in relation to the ncw has something like this happen. You know well. That's a good question and reach out to law firm which pushback strongly in vehemently against any kind of suggestion that the brief was anything other than fully representative of of all of the athletes who signed onto it But yeah your your. Your point is exactly right. This is a very serious case You know this is probably the biggest college sports case to go before. The supreme court gain a quarter century And these are serious lawyers who filed the brief. And you'd think that they would be able to you know. Gather together a group of former athletes. Who really had a full understanding and appreciation of their side I think one thing that might suggest is how difficult it is. How difficult it might be or the blades. Position to find support among former major Or or major sport or or you know so-called revenue sports athletes And and that seems to be where the sticking point is. I spoke with other people who filed the sign onto the who were olympic sport athletes Who were much more articulate and and sort of informed on the on the points of of what the brief would say and what the blades position is but it does somewhat undermine the the argument that that you know. There's a wide swath of diverse in a diverse group of athletes. Who support the simple as that. It's not just the olympic sport athletes who Don't want necessarily the the floodgates of new compensation to come in but that they're actually people who who played football and basketball who also Subscribe subscribe to that tibet. Thinking as
Ghana Becomes 1st Country To Get COVAX Vaccine Doses
"Was a milestone day and the ambition effort to get two billion doses of vaccine to the developing world. Cynthia mcfadden with it. It's called the margin logistical undertaking in history in the wee hours of this morning it finally began today. We're in ghana. And this is really a historic moment. As six hundred thousand doses of the astra zeneca vaccine arrived in the african nation. The first vaccine to be delivered as part of a msa effort led by the world health organization and unicef called kovacs to send at least two billion doses of vaccine to the world's poorest nations if one country is left unvaccinated this disease will bounce back and forth. The vaccine was shipped directly from the largest vaccine manufacturer in the world. in india. In each of the kovacs countries healthcare workers will be the first to be inaugurated. Hundreds of thousands of syringes also arrived in ghana ship from a massive unicef warehouse in dubai. Meanwhile overnight one hundred thousand syringes arrived in the maldives which will soon get their vaccine allotment. Certainly a down payment on hope but consider this so far about two hundred million. Vaccines have been administered. But nearly half of those two only two countries china and the us leaves more than one hundred countries that haven't administered a single
New York Residents Reflect On Deadly Jersey City Shooting 1 Year Later
"Jersey city is marking the one year anniversary of a deadly anti Semitic attack perpetrated by two shooters who killed the Jersey City Police officer then stormed a kosher market and murdered three people inside. W. Marcie's Matt Katz reports. New Jersey Attorney General Gerbier Gray wall was on his way to Jersey City. On the afternoon of December. 10th 2019 City Detective Joseph Seals had been found executed in a cemetery and there was now a gunfight at a kosher grocery store nearby. List. Miguel Rodriguez and immigrant from Ecuador who worked at the market was dead. And soon his widow was asking great wall. Somebody hate the Jewish people. The Jewish people gave my husband a job. How could they do this? Since the shooting Gray Walls office launched an online portal where people can report discrimination and a state task force released guidelines and how to provide students with anti bias education. Haven't Bernstein, Jewish leader who now runs Community Security Service, which helps protect synagogues was also on the scene in Jersey City. That day. We said Mourners cottage for the victims and stood in the synagogue that was shared the wall of the kosher market. And as a nominee, and I've seen bullet holes on shell casings and things I just never imagined seeing in a synagogue in my lifetime, Bernstein recalls a dark December last year, there were regular attacks, an Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn and a fatal machete attack and a Hanukkah celebration in months in New York. Officials say it's talents in both the Muncie and Jersey City incidents appear to be followers of the anti Semitic black Hebrew is relate movement. Pamela Johnson, a Black Jersey city resident who runs the Jersey City Anti violence coalition, said in the aftermath, Jewish and black leaders held a joint food and toy giveaway and hosted a Hanukkah Kwanza dinner because we have to live. Amongst each other, and we do want to have a relationship, and we want to be able to make sure that we called you in respect to one another right. But for Johnson, the high profile nature of the incident obscures the anonymous gun violence that often occurs in Jersey City. Just last week, a mother of four was shot and killed on the sidewalk, two doors down from the kosher market. Didn't hear about it. Did you? Are you sure? McFadden, a cafeteria worker and a high school and a mother of four, was shot dead in front of her kids last Friday.
"mcfadden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Better looking and saying, Oh, Michael McFadden. I like him tomorrow. Johnson, two picks. I like him. Fogle. Yeah, And now you got now, the recruiting coming in, But, Hey, we sent five guys. The NFL this year. Wanna come play for us third down and 13 for the 41 yard line with 1 34 to play. Indiana is out of timeouts. Yields takes the snap hands the ball off the team runs to his left, and he has wrapped up and taken down by Michael McFadden. It's no gain on the play. It's fourth down 1 24 left to play. Ohio State has a decision to make and they want it. But do you let the play clock run down? Use a time out time out, you might as well Going to give them kind of a first down, though, if you do that. Just like Ohio State's gonna take the penalty. Ryan Day is standing next to the fuel judge will see Play clock is down to nine. Now. Eight game clock is down to 53 52 51. We'll take that time out right before. Yeah. And there you go. Time out, called with 46 seconds left to play in the fourth quarter. Right now, If you're Indiana, you go for the block here because you've got to go for the block. Absolutely. And either way, you're talking to your offense, saying we're gonna have a shot here. Here's what we're gonna do here is what's important to remember. Here are three plays here. Well, usually they start with two because offensively don't wanna get guys thinking too far. Events where you say, Hey, we're gonna run these two players to start called two plays out of the huddle. And then this is what we're thinking. We're gonna It depends on what they do defensively, But here's the deal as well. We have no time outs 46 seconds Offensive line. We know your big. We know you're tired. Get to the line of scrimmage after completion because we're gonna have to clock it. Make sure your set receivers all the details that Indians coaches are telling their players right now. Reese Taylor is back deep to receive for Indiana. Group Crissman. Grad student from Cincinnati is the punter for Ohio State. He stands inside the 30 yard line in about 28 from our right. Entire minds to the left of him. He gets the pawn off the ball will bounce with 21 takes in Indiana bounce forward to the 23 now with 38 seconds left no time outs. Indiana, down seven. With the football and conversely, Ohio State Defensively you're telling your players protect the sideline. Keep them inbound. If you've got somebody near you take that outside leverage to force them back into the field, where attack will teach the clock running after they reset the first down. All six of the 22 officially Way receiver's off to the left. Stevie Scott in the backfield is an extra blocker for panics. Next left handed quarterback drops back to pass out of the gun throws short and complete pressure was coming. It was coming pretty quickly. Jonathan Cooper was there. It's talking to his left tackle, saying he knew I was getting pressure. Come on. We need you, right? Yes. Zack Harrison was there as well. It's second down 34 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Ohio State leads it by seven last chance for the Hoosiers. Clock in 14. Clock stopped 34 seconds left. Panics takes the snap drops back to pass. Cooper hits him Is he throws He's got Marshall on the sidelines of marshals out of bounds at the 29 Yard line shy of the first down the clock stops, though a 29 seconds left, Michael panics got absolutely destroyed by Jonathan Cooper as he threw that football. And a big head's up play by miles marshal to get upfield and then out of bounds, third down in three State killing blitz. Now they pull back 29 seconds left to play clock is stopped. The Knicks up the line of scrimmage makes a call drops back out of the gun steps up in the pocket. He's gonna try to run it, but he's in the middle of the field. He slides down at the 39. He's got a first down. They're gonna mark him close to the 36. But now 22 seconds left flat stops as they move the chains and they're hurrying up the offense. To the 38 yard line. Panics takes the snap drops back to pass throws to the near sidelining complete clock stops. 14 seconds left. It's just a little short. He's looking at Dr Fogel saying, Where you going in 54 go saying that press coverage so I was gonna push it and then come back. Just a small little communications that happened in between place right here for Indiana 14 seconds left 40 to 35, Ohio State, the ball of the 38 Yard Line of Indiana. Hoosiers down seven. Not beating Ohio State since 1988. On second down. Clock down the 94 men front row. How state pen Ex drops back to pass throws to the middle of field and it's incomplete, nearly intercepted in and out of the hands of Hendershot. Nine seconds left. He would have had trouble getting out of bounds, though I will say that he would have had trouble sodas, Lyman having to cover the 25 yards to get to the line of scrimmage, But I'll tell you something. Hendershot should have come up with that throw made under duress by Michael Panics delivered right to Hendershot as he crossed the left cash going towards the middle of the field. Exactly. They need to make up with nine seconds. Look at a short pass now and then a Hail Mary after that, if you could complete it out of the goddess appendix, three receivers to the left one to the rights. Even Ellison, the backfield whistle blows, and I think, a time out called by Ohio State. Part. It's nap time out. Ohio State 32nd choice was interesting. They would call a time out. It must not have liked the coverage. I'll tell you who doesn't like it either, Jonathan Krystle that he was not happy. Ryan days. They said Why? Why don't you guys get here it where you're listening, But you love that kind of intensity from your players at that point, Don't call the time that we had a growth. Hey, listen, We want to make sure the back end We're all right. And they're also defensively now saying, if they get a completion, get back, Get off. Get off the field. Get on the harsh side of the field to make sure you're not offside when they snap the ball, All right, So every team has this one play with Nine seconds left or so is this a play by play guys dream or nightmare?.
"mcfadden" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Com slash mind dog and I do appreciate you patronizing my sponsors. Atomic factors with US tonight is an accomplished actor. He's an author. He's a acting coach Mentor Speaker Teacher and Dad and I'M GONNA go out on lemon guests. Probably a Granddad to is I think he's my age or maybe a year or two older but he finds solutions for people as I mentioned, who are my age who've kind of settled into a life in acting their age? I guess it is acting old and feeling all and almost resigning to the last segment of their life rather than living it to their fullest. So Ladies and Gentlemen, please open your ears open your mind and helped me welcoming. Tom. McFadden's mind TV pockets time. Welcome. Hey, thanks for that. Wonderful introduction is a couple of things you left at one is that I am a grandfather?.
"mcfadden" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"What do you want to be when you grow up? We'll talk about it on this episode of the mind on TV podcast..
"mcfadden" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money
"On Great. You know, took that into consideration when I had my website design I wanted to make sure that customers wouldn't find you know too complicated or anything. And they could all do also find out so many sides of week because there is videos. On my website in fact, the I was on the Les Brown show and on. They'll be able to see that part of me on his show they'll still be able to see a whole lot of stuff. So. In other words, they have an entire. Yes. Yes. Yes I want to give. People here your. Website address for your books as a new enterprises dot net a. n. e.. W.. E. N.. T.. R. P. R.. I S. E. S. dot net a new enterprises. Go their purchase Rebecca McFadden's book and also peruse around you have some other people on the on your site as well. you have, of course, the great less Brown who we all admire. We love what he does as a speaker in Arthur. But. What is someone? Who has some of the other people that happened to be on your side if you mind sharing that as well? I have a photo of me. But the great legend Bob Slade. I think he recently asked away this year. I mean he was like a giant himself in what a nice person he he was a met him several times. Because, he was on ninety eight point seven FM. And date when they merged wls. One. Oh, seven point side. He was on that particular on radio station you know. At the time of his death. I also have a photo of Paul Williams son. And for those of you who don't know Paul Williams. Was Actually one of the original temptation. At his son because now his son actually sings with the with the review. took. Him Yes that's A great great singing group. Hotel for sure. Right. Well, that's good. So people have a better idea of what they're gonNA. See that make them purchase and they're able to do something else. So they're getting even what value Heaven visit your site, and as you mentioned before Rebecca, that is the process for person book takes less than sixty seconds and you really can't be better especially on a virtual platform so that that's great news as well. Also. Had someone who purchased the book while she was talking to me on the Exit although my dad talk, we're talking about multi testing. s best customer friendly customer care at the same time. Yes that is that is fantastic. So back at this time, do you have any comments you want to leave with listeners as it pertains to a new enterprises annual books? Well I just. Want to thank them for supporting the world that dream. and. I want them to know like I said earlier dead the website. Is Customer friendly and it has all whole ladder on information on it has did a lot of videos of me so they could get a chance to see a different side of me. You know connect with my personality. This wonderful and last but not only use when it comes to poetry. What is the sparks you to provide that spark inside of you to be a poet I grew up on a farm I was born sharecroppers. I think that was the first inspiration because. Being. A sharecroppers daughter is hard labor. And sometimes, you need a break from the known and so I'm writing poems with was like an escape for me. But I also want the audience to know that. I'm not saying I'm not saying that working on a farm was horrible because I had fun. You know we have a lot of fun with our family. There was friendly competition between US especially working in fields we will compete to see who could get to the end of the rope. String and tobacco familiar words. Flex, it. Yes. Yes. So we would compete We would also entertaining out sells with sports like basketball baseball and on Sundays our house was the house where everyone else but come in hang out. So on any given Sunday you could come and that would be about maybe thirty or forty people. At our house on Sundays. So it was. Really wanted to centers of the community as people who knew you. Yes. Because my family was so large you know my parents have fifteen children. By their own since. Income together at the same time, you can imagine it was almost like a party. I understand when ten Eight family to absolutely absolutely. But Rebecca it was really an honor to have you as our on it a guest here today we wanna. Thank you so much for being our guest and we thank you for sponsoring this episode of Wealth Academy Podcast Have Great Day in continue shifting to atmosphere as an author and poet. Continued success in writing more books and also with poetry. So. Thank you very much. You're welcome and thank you for having me. All right again, everyone we had our guest New York based novelist and poet Rebecca McFadden. She's based out of New York and she's doing tremendous things. Go on and purchase night one of the books but cases of books and person holidays are coming up purchasing for your friends for your family. They will make great gift whether for Thanksgiving Christmas or new years, and beyond in the title her books again, a strong enough for a man and servant to find a one. By time is up and I thank you for yours. My Name Is Paula Lawrence van host of. Wealth. Academy podcast this was another great great episode without honored guest. Rebecca McFadden was see you on the next episode of Wealth Academy podcasts in tune in.
The Suitcase Murder
"My name is Meghan Sacks criminologist at Fairleigh Dickinson University. In simplest terms criminology is the scientific study of what causes crime and how the criminal justice system. Response. To crime. Ridden about twenty, five true crime books over the years and I think many maguire is perhaps one of the most interesting ones and baffling. This is Melanie. McGuire arrested today minutes after dropping offer children in daycare. Melanie, McGuire a New Jersey nurse was accused of killing her husband cutting up his body and throwing it into the Chesapeake Bay. In two thousand, seven, what was being called? The suitcase murder trial was generating an enormous amount of media attention, not just in New Jersey, but all across the country three bazaar discoveries, three separate suitcases, all containing human remains the woman who is on trial for her very life. She says the real truth behind the crime has never been revealed with no history of violence and no apparent motive for murder. Could she really have done it? She was this beautiful young nurse and they were the seemingly normal middle class couple and the murder happened in such a grisly way. The idea that this beautiful nurse could have actually killed her husband and then cut him up is just incredible. Of course, they were salacious aspects. Maguire is a nurse and prosecutors say she had an affair with a doctor. She didn't fit the profile I. Guess of a murderer over the years and colleagues of ours have come to me and said, you know Melanie McGuire proclaims her innocence and to tell her story I started thinking Oh maybe there is a little more to this case than what you see on the surface and then the idea podcast came up and I was all in on direct appeal examined the murder conviction of Melanie, McGuire him following a highly publicized trial looking at the evidence that was presented and the evidence that may have seemed insignificant at the time before own conclusion about Melanie's guilt. We hear at ABC have our own history with the Melanie. McGuire case back in two thousand, seven ABC's Cynthia McFadden had the first on camera interview at the mother of two on trial for murdering her husband. Who was the Melanie? McGuire you hope to jury. knows. The one who tried to take care of everybody. Who didn't make the smartest decisions but admitted to those mistakes? To the people she trusted most. But. Did Not admit what what she's acute stuff. I have been incarcerated for twelve and a half going on thirteen years now. Do. You still insist that you're innocent. Absolutely. You're sitting here. A wrongfully convicted person. Correct. Absolutely and what have those years spend like? I tell people. It's not as bad as you think in some ways and it's so much worse than I could ever articulate in others. After all these years I. Still feel her I still feel bothered. I still feel like how could somebody think? That I did that. This whole saga begins on May. Fifth two thousand four with an odd discovery in Virginia Beach. Early morning a couple of fishermen and the kids are out on a boat by the Chesapeake Bay. Me and my friend Don Connors was going to go out fishing and we both had days off D. or Don. We Call Them D. said, keep his kids out of school. We're GONNA take him fishing. Everybody was excited. We went right out this bridge here. and to keep on going you run right in the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. In the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel is seventeen and a half miles long. It really is quite astonishing. It connects the eastern shore of Virginia to Virginia Beach has two tunnels, two shipping channels, and then once you get on the other side, you go North into Maryland Delaware New Jersey.
"mcfadden" Discussed on Moving2Live
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"mcfadden" Discussed on Moving2Live
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. . We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, , anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. . Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. . Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. . now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. . To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. . So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. . Absolutely thank you for having me. . My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. . Always ask is to get an elevator. . You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so , what do you do what your thirty second? ? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. . I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats <hes>. . But yeah so. . The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with <hes> athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. . So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better <hes>, , and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. . Students through mentorship in education. . Right. Now, . , if I'm correct your in South Dakota. . Yes that's correct. . I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. . And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. . York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. . Pennsylvania, , I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. . Well, , it's funny. . I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. . Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama <hes> on a couple of different business trip. So . it sounds like we've got a similar. . Set of journeys <hes> But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go <hes> not quite as little as where I heard you up. . But? ? Yes. . So I grew up on Lake Ontario <hes>. . My Dad was a doctor in I. . Always always wanted to be a doctor <hes> specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, , and my dad always told me no, , you do not <hes>. . He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, , no, , No, no , dad engineers are big nerds. . And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and <hes> I. . Really suggest you become an engineer. . So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. . But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. . Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, , which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in <hes>. . In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. . decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering <hes> where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. . <hes> throughout my Undergrad <hes> I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next <hes> I started getting really interested in robotics and in two <hes> that feel that was emerging <hes> back. . Then <hes> decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. . So <hes> I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of <hes> ski. . Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. . They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. . So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to <hes> kind of help <hes> people that you needed additional help outside of. . Being Super, , rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives <hes>, , and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. . My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon <hes> at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School <hes>, , and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, , we should go skiing. . So, , <hes> Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but <hes> decided to go out to Utah <hes> where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, , and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. . So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My . my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, , supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, , and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. . So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. . And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. . 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Interview with bio-mechanics expert Lisa McFadden, PhD
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar. Set of journeys But yes I I grew up in upstate New York in a little town called the sweet go not quite as little as where I heard you up. But? Yes. So I grew up on Lake Ontario My Dad was a doctor in I. Always always wanted to be a doctor specifically pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon, and my dad always told me no, you do not He said you really WanNa be an engineer and I said, no, No, no dad engineers are big nerds. And he said you're really good at math and you you have passion for this and I. Really suggest you become an engineer. So I very boldly went to the University of Rochester Pre and applied math saying you're wrong dad. But you know had a had a moment of clarity probably after my first year I did realize and did some self reflection and thought you know the type of. Mother that I wanted to be in the type of you don't grown up that I wanted to be really do not not focus around having call and prioritizing patients, which is absolutely something that you have to do but really being able to have a little bit of flexibility in In my lifestyle and so I finally listen to my father after a long time of not and. decided that I would actually transfer into biomedical engineering where I ended up focusing on bio mechanics as my concentration with minors in mechanical engineering and applied math. throughout my Undergrad I really really enjoyed all of that and so as I started thinking about what was next I started getting really interested in robotics and in two that feel that was emerging back. Then decided that I really wanted to go and get a PhD in that. So I had been at ski resorts I grew up ski racing and I was in Montana with our family on vacation and watched a bunch of ski. Racers who had disabilities whether they were in a sit ski or whether they were missing leg skiing and I was just very inspired I looked at them versus like while they're amazing. They're they're better skiers than I am and then you could see that as soon as they were off the hill where they were excelling the rollout of daily life challenges. So I started getting really interested in prostates wanting to kind of help people that you needed additional help outside of. Being Super, rockstar athletes to help them in their daily lives and so robotics was sort of that pathway for me. My senior design project ended up being a surgical robot and then I ended up getting into Carnegie Mellon at the Robotics Institute which is where I almost went to Grad School and then the University of Utah in my husband and I. Boyfriend at the time looked at each other and said, we should go skiing. So, Kinda took that wildcard robotics institute was number one ended the US at the time but decided to go out to Utah where they had just one anger from the NSF in robotics, and so I was in the bio engineering department and kind of hybrid into mechanical engineering. So I really took courses and had faculty the Committee from both worlds and I was able to do there was. My my PhD was focused on spinal cord injuries and what we were working on with functional electrical stimulation, supporting an array of electrodes and putting them into the peripheral muscles, and then stimulating those and my job was to figure out what the mechanics looked like. So creating models of the limb and then creating control algorithms to figure out how we can control this limbs yet somebody to go from sitting to standing. And to do it in a way that they didn't get tired while they were standing because the way our muscles work. If you contract one all the way, you might get yourself to go into a specific movement but then that muscles eventually wanting to fatigue and you can't can't sustain it. So what does that look like as well?
"mcfadden" Discussed on Moving2Live
"Welcome back to another edition of moving to live our ethos movement is a lifestyle notches activity. We tried to interview professionals across the movement spectrum because we understand at the end of the day, anybody who is involved in movement either wants their clients patients or athletes to either move more or move better whether it's to move with less pain or to move more efficiently. Some of our best guests come from recommendations from other guests and a big. Thank you to Andy Gillam who recommended today's guest Lisa McFadden they arresting thing with podcasting is i. now have lineage of three people in a row starting with Brian Gary To. To Doctrine McFadden today hopefully two or three more as far as I can trace it's not who you know is who you know who knows somebody. So Dr McFadden thank you for taking time to talk to moving to live this afternoon. Absolutely thank you for having me. My favorite question I always ask on moving deliver the first one I. Always ask is to get an elevator. You get to talking because the elevators really slow because somebody's pressing all the buttons and they say, so what do you do what your thirty second? Not In a negative way elevator spiel my name is Lisa McFadden and I. I'll man and this one's a Turkey one I wear lots of different hats But yeah so. The way I look at what I do is I really put science into practice whether it's with athletes or with patients and Meyer expertise is in bio mechanics. So I like to used by mechanics to help people move better and then I also liked to inspire whether that's inspiring communities around science or whether that's inspiring. Students through mentorship in education. Right. Now, if I'm correct your in South Dakota. Yes that's correct. I work at Stanford Health See Falls South Dakota. And I know we were chatting a little bit before we started recording and both of us grew up in upstate new. York and I have to be honest I never thought I would end up in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania, I never thought I would go to Grad School in Alabama and I would imagine that there's an interesting story going all the way from New York state with multiple stops all the way to South Dakota and I would imagine if you're anybody else like anybody else in the movement field is probably a few more stops along the way before you retire. Well, it's funny. I almost ended up in Pittsburgh. Along my way and I've spent some time in Alabama on a couple of different business trip. So it sounds like we've got a similar..
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"mcfadden" Discussed on #RealTalk
"Hey everyone This is another episode of real talk in real time I would. I'd said it would be some time before I would have some guests on the show. But you know me. I don't stick to stuff normally and I realized I have so many amazing awesome talented creative people in my life that it just doesn't make sense for me not to have conversations with them and so I am just so excited to talk to my longtime friend Steven McFadden of McFadden creative. This is what I've known for. Stephen wasn't now like ten fifteen. Yes it's been two years and so before we kind of get into it. I have to say that we met. It was the synchronous thing that you know. I was trying to do this video thing with an iphone. A you just happen to be in the same location with your camera and we were like. Hey let's do this. And so which leads me into. Who Are you? Tell us from your who are you? What do you do. My name is Steven McFadden. I was born and in Jackson Mississippi. I am a I guess you could call it a one man band video producer shooter editor. And that's who I am while so yeah going back to that day you were just out and about doing your thing because even when you're not working with a client you're still producing. You're still doing something creative so you know if we can kind of go back to the day what were you doing at the van? Way The what were you filming? What were you in the process of doing that day? It yeah like you said it was so dip. It is but I remember. I remember seeing your stuff online maybe a month or two prior to that and I think maybe we had a small email correspondence but I also had a VW blog. It was all about the train. That's what it was called. Vw TV and the event we met at the beach boys were there. They had a Volkswagen that was all electric about that. And I'll never that day was so pivotal in so many ways because you and I met that day we connected instantly and we shot video and stuff but that day you introduce me to some other people that were there and literally from that point on you open up. Sarasota to me. I started meeting everybody. That basically became friends with that. I worked with over time starting from that date and the next thing we did after that so wow. I didn't know that. Yeah it's like yeah. It was like all the people with their other people were there and we just used to stuff because we started going to events together and basically those became the people that I ended up knowing for that whole Tomah was in Sarasota and I mean you do some amazing work and I also have the save that for the longest time. You're like Ryder die. You know get this crazy idea like I had this idea to do this video. You down the show with like rarely any questions as and we would do some amazing stuff. We got lots of great interviews. Like you're such a great interviewer and like it's so natural to you. You know what I'm saying like you could have a pair and you're half preparing is most people's one hundred percent prepared you know. We just have a natural matt for asking questions and understanding how things are going to be done saw. It always directed you say. Let's go. I I appreciate that because I mean there have been many a time and I might even have to like dig up some of our earlier stuff to link in the post notes but I remember what was it. I think it was Selby Gardens maybe where I was like really just starting to get a feel for stuff and I'm like I will give you that. Look like don't shut off camera. Like just keep going and not too. Many people would be able to pick up on that so I mean our energy together just really really worked. Well so I mean that you're saying I open doors for you you open for me because you let me be me. You know what I'm saying like you didn't say hey. I have more experience than you. So do it this way and so. I've always appreciated that of use of thank you. So let's get a little bit more into some of the things that I want to do with real talk and real time is like really getting into the meat of why people do what they do especially credos and so a part of that is we have this public persona and then we have this private persona and I'm trying to be all about. This is near regardless. Do you find that your one way with your clients and then another way with your peeps or you know how. How do you treat that? I like to be the same person everywhere I feel like. I do a decent job doing that. clearly had more intimate settings. I'll be more jovial or maybe say crazier things but across the board that I feel like I could be myself with clients and professional studies in the same way that I am impersonal settings and honestly a lot of a lot of my a lot of people that hire me. They hire me because of who I am not necessarily because what I bring to the table and I tell people all the time. There's so many more talented than me. But I keep getting calls back because people just rather work with me because of the experience right. I Colon Gary at so I've always sort of double down on that notion in that idea that I just WanNa be myself in a way that I'm not stressed out while I'm working and I won't to other people that I'm working went to sell that same thing too in that. I want them to feel like they trust me but they go to have a good time and that's why people keep calling back. 'cause I'm way nicer than most of the people and as I say ever does this work was Stephen. I don't want to hire the yoga. I love it. I mean I'm one of those people that's why when I got back the Sarasota of one of the first things idea. Let's get you up like are you here. You're going to be here because I'm definitely one of those people that you know given a choice and you know. Sarasota is a booming town with creativity. There are lots of other people doing what you do. Not as well. Obviously but you know push comes to shove I would much rather work with you because you get it. You're creative and you keep it real and those kind of people I wanNA work with. Who SHARE THAT? Same sentiment so absolute. I love it so with everything that you're doing today like growing up. Did you know. Did you have this inkling? Did you have this desire to do what you're doing now or did you want to be an astronaut? I wanted to be Michael Jordan. Okay like straight up and down. I wanted to be Mike and grown up a play basketball. My whole life centered around basketball identified as a basketball player for years. Like that's who and what I thought I was going to be and then I went to college university southern Miss and Mississippi and my freshman year. I tried out for the basketball team. I wasn't interest-rate wasn't ready. And I didn't make it halfway through tryouts like I was sh huffing and puffing what trials I told coach having a waste your time and basically from that point on. I just had to figure out what I was going to be on what I was. GonNa do and luckily I have picked radio TV and film to Study Wallow in college and sort of after that moment I just really got into it and ever since they have. This really happened look back and but recently last year I went to my was that last year no two years ago. I went to my twenty year high school reunion. And somebody had a picture of me holding a vhs camera almost like this crazy sort of What do they call it a foreshadowing of what I did? I didn't even remember this picture but seeing you hold them. Vhs Camera I was like. Wow like this was almost somewhat destined. You know why that's awesome. I mean how many people can say that not many but yeah but also just growing up watching just like lots of movies and TV inches. Always have in cultural influences like it sort of makes sense up sort of ended up here. You know like a loud spike allowed the cosby show. I love all the things that really influenced me growing up. You know so I wanted to sort of shed light on sort of that culture experience that I had nice now. You you stay busy. I knew we joke about it all the time about you know we are Hustle Hustle. But have you manage? How do you manage your productivity? How do you manage your time man? I honestly I do a do a bad job of it but I get up done. Okay and one is to get stuff done. And that's that's that's my only sort of like driving forces to get stuff done so I have to find the time to do it like last night. A spent couple hours like I had a heart dropped sort of Dow me so I spent the night. Just sort of like organizers footage and files and different hard drives so I get set up to start another project and the goal is to start the project last night but I didn't so I woke up early this morning. Start Project you know and I'm I'm a my best most creative in the morning so especially in terms of editing so if I can just wake up roll out of my bed and just startling I can get a really good star and that sort of how A Management Thomas. Just sort of understanding wins the best. How do things you know? That's I mean that's years though of you know your craft with an understanding learning to understand what works best for you. Would you say that absolutely like it takes time you know and yeah just takes time sort of understand what your flow is and when is the best time to do certain things you know even in the Organization of shoot you know like like I made the mistake of trying to capture bureau of somebody but also needed to get an interview and realizing that you should always do the interview first and then get everything else because the interview is the hardest part of shoot of his interview style thing you know so just learning little things like that you learn over time and yeah I guess is all about so? We're trying to get to that two thousand dollars. People talk about now so I have to say to after all of these years one of the things I've noticed through your evolution as a creative and as a person is.
"mcfadden" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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Some Hope Wildfires Will Change Australia's Relationship With Coal
"Despite some recent rain scores of fires continuing to burn across Australia and there is still a lot of fire season to go millions of Australians. Have already you've been affected by the unprecedented blazes and is NPR's Nathan Rot reports. Some hope this will change. The country's relationship with one of its biggest and most controversial exports Kohl unlike in the. US Cole is still king in Australia. The country generates roughly three quarters of its electricity by burning the carbon heavy fossil also fuel here in the US figures closer to one quarter. But the real place that you'll see Kohl's power in Australia is in the country's list of exports Australia. Australia has the largest share of traded coal market than Saudi Arabia has of the traded oil market Rod. Campbell is with the Australia Institute. A progressive aggressive think tank down under so we are essentially the Saudi Arabia of call and our government is desperately trying to increase Chris Alcohol exploits last June. The government approved the construction of a coal mine in the country's northeast corner that's developers had said would be one of the biggest in the world world a few months later. The bushfires broke out adding heat to an already broiling fight over the project and the bigger debate around climate change. The protests against the country's coal friendly Prime Minister Scott Morrison or SCO as protesters call him have sprung up in cities these around the country with marchers holding signs that read climate emergency and Co Wallis not coal in a recent interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation Morrison said. His government will work to reduce climate warming emissions. But he added it would do so without writing off in seventy billion dollar industries mysteries on which regionalist reidents depend on for their livelihood that figure being roughly how much country makes every year exporting coal mainly to fast growing Asian markets it energy analysts. Say that demand isn't going anywhere at least in the short term but climate experts say as the bushfires make clear action is is needed right now. Here's Rachel cletus. With the Union of concerned scientists. We have a window. That's fast closing in terms of trying to avert some of these very very serious climate impacts grew says a transition away from coal is going to be complicated as we've seen here in the US in a country like Australia whether a lot of jobs orbs that depend on the fossil fuel industry. It's not something that can happen without some careful policy intervention from the government. The question is whether that policy intervention will actually happen. A recent survey shows the bushfires are making Australians more concerned about climate change but a majority thirty of Australians believed global warming was a major threat so environmental groups like the Australian Conservation Foundation are now trying to help people connect. DOT's here's Kevin McFadden the Kasich we've got to make sure that people understand what's causing climate change and the fact that the digging up and burning of call all domestic usual for export eastern. Niger draw mcvay JR and says he doesn't expect to see change right plans for Australia's major coal mine. Show no sign of slowing but he says devastating as the bush fires are they do provide a great opportunity to change public opinion about fossil fuel projects. Down the
U.S. National Aerobatic Champion Patty Wagstaff Recounts a Cessna 185 Flilght
"Welcome to another edition of there. I was a podcast where we put you in the cockpit with pilots in interesting situations and we learn learn how they flew out of them. I'm your host Richard McFadden today. We're delighted to welcome back our inaugural guest on there was podcast three time. US aerobatic robotic national champion. Paddy waxed how do you thank you for joining us again. And we're delighted to have you back on the podcast ace. Richard is great to be back. You're doing a great Javale this podcast. So I'm thrilled to be back. Thank you well great and thanks to people like you. They're so willing to share your circumstances in your situation with all all of us so that we can learn from you had a recent incident on your birthday of all days and you reached out to us to want to share the story about about what happened in the lessons learned. That came out of that. So do you mind sharing that with us today exactly. Yeah it was. My birthday was nine eleven and it was my birthday so all in all not such a great day. Hi It's it's a tough birthday anymore. It's kind of an emotional day anyway so So this was when my bonanza was wrecked in. Had An accident. Might Bonanza of all things I've never had an airplane accident before I've had a few promptings and things like that that for sure but Alone up to everything that I've never had a real accident and just to back it up very very slightly before I started flying i. I was in an accident in assessment to six in Alaska when I first started flying small airplanes up there. Flying in smaller planes in the airplane had Flipped upside down at the end of the runway. We didn't get off the runway and the pilot didn't use the full length of a muddy runway. And so so on so forth so I had been upside down on the ground in an airplane before you and of course those kinds of things really stick with you and so that actually comes into play in this incident. Yeah and people should know they. Probably don't know you for Bonanza flying but you fly one thousand nine hundred fifty eight K.. Model Bonanza that you have flown for a while now Inbetween your aerobatic events which are not so well for right. It's a great little plane to get around in As he says Kay model It was I bought it in nineteen in two thousand twelve and before that I'd had serious in in barons and this was the first detail that I'd had and I re- I really liked it Great little airplane. It was fast and comfortable double and so we miss it yet now. Is the airplane going to be repairable or might be cutting to the chase hurt. No airplanes total. Sorry now aw it was sixty years old so there was a lot. Got A lot out of it. You know for many years later a lot of people enjoyed it and I understand you were flying with an old friend of mine. China Jeff. Rochelle of former Air Force thunderbird pilot is that right. Yeah exactly. He's one of our instructors in good friend and So you were on different front years I think you were you. Were quite a bit later right and the meaning a much younger than he is. I think. That's okay yeah so He's an instructor in your school down there and Saint Augustine. He as instructs for us both in airbags in an upset that training and he also went with us to Kenya this year to give training to Kenya Wildlife Service. Wow fantastic and so you guys were were you coming back where you out on a training sortie Jordy or can you set the stage where it's what kind of flight was this. Sure so this was a we were at a meeting in Titusville about upset training and the weather is nice. Nice no problems in we as we got on the plane to leave. Jeff said Hey What an I fly and I said well you know it's left seats a little tricky to know plane there some little things things I want to show you? And I said it's it's getting laid out the slide this time next time. I'll put you in the left seat because he hadn't actually flown this airplane before and also there's no brakes on the right. Let's see the rudder pedals but they were stowed. I just didn't want to deal with with all that. And he goes okay so I jumped in the legacy but my seatbelt and and we took off and flew back. Who's better forty minute flight back to Saint Augustine? Yeah so important for people to know that. bonanza in this model of detail. Bonanza it has the throw over yoke doc and it also has the rudder pedals that you can stow so the idea. Was the person in the right seat. If you don't want them to has no ability to control the airplane whatsoever you take the okay the rudder pedals and it's just a nice comfortable seat for them. And that's how you had it configured for this Flight Right Act and I certainly wasn't worried about jeff flying the airplane plane. I just didn't want to have to deal with the checkout. It's got a it's got. These older details have The Piano Keys. And that's what controls the flaps APPs in the gear and the reverse from the newer airplanes so even a highly experienced pilot like jeff need to check out on how that works and it's a little awkward to operate. Operate those from the right seat upshur so till two different airplane for sure these these older planes And you have to be very careful not to go go back muscle memory with a new plan so I jumped in the left seat. We flew back Everything was eventful was nice weather. The traffic pattern was uh-huh nobody in the patrimony. Got Back to Saint Augustine and we were cleared to land landed. I landed a little bit long because my hangers down at the far end of runway. One the three To the South we touched down. The centerline Everything is very relaxed and fine and I was rolling out ahead about half flaps on and we were rolling out. I hadn't applied brakes yet. I was very careful with that airplane. It's an older plane and I never haunt on the brakes or you know applied the milliard sure. Yeah does it. Have the old goodyear breaks or or had it been upgraded to Cleveland Breaks. Has Cleveland breaks but I never want to put a lot of side load on the gear so so so just rolling out and all of a sudden the plane sort of ears right into the grass and jeff and I looked at each other. I grabbed the yoke can pulled it back and looked at. He said it's going into the grass. Like I said. Check the power because I have my hands full holding the outback and he checked the his hand on this model to make sure because it idle and meanwhile I tried to steer it with the brakes or the absurd with the rudder pedals and got nothing. I couldn't move them I thought I was just about to slow down and it hit a berm. The small firm. You wouldn't one of those in the grass that you would know is there and the plane started to go over over and we looked at each other and he said it's going over sh and it did it just went straight over tail over nose and ended up upside down on the graphs. Sounds like it just happened so quickly it was quick and It was really surprising. And just you know I mean you just just you in disbelief for a few moments. Just can't believe this actually happened. That's aviation sometimes right there. You are typical normal landing. Everything's fine then. You're slowing down to exit the runway and next thing you know the airplanes starts veer to the right. You run off the runway. You're upside down in a matter of probably less than a minute or two. When all that happened I don't know it's probably just you know thirty seconds? I'm guessing twenty seconds or something like that and I remember somebody saying to me longtime ago you know when accidents happen. They happen very very quickly. It's not something you can prepare for ahead of time. Yeah of course you can prepare everything you can for the you know the worst but when it actually happens you're not can have time to organize things And so as the plane was in. You guys realize we're going over. Did you have time to do anything. They're canaries for impact. Do anything you just have to brace so couple of things that were interesting won. The seat belts are older and the shoulder shoulder. Harnesses are a later addition to the plane. They didn't come shoulder harnesses in the initially and our shoulder harnesses where the kind of Chris cost kind that weren't on an inertial real. We had been wanting to change it but we had the older kind so that when they were on they were a little tight and it was awkward to reach Ford and Change Few uh uh switch fuel tanks and do some other things so what I normally would do is take off with the shoulder harness on and Then take it off in the air when I get up to altitude so I could switch tanks and things like that and then fly without the shoulder harness and a lot of times I have to say. I didn't put it on for landing. Even though I know a lot of times I did but there were times. I didn't in this case because it was a really short flight from Titusville and I knew I didn't have to switch tanks. Thanks consider some Feel management in these older planes. I left my shoulder harness on which was a little unusual for me if I hadn't left. mysolar harness ars on. I probably would have gotten hurt. And Jeff had a shoulder harness on too so we were really lucky with that so we had our differences on. Were upside down and I looked over and said are you okay and I remember being upside down on that Cessna six in nineteen eighty. Maybe to No earlier than that is probably Nineteen seventy-nine in remembered the pilot saying be careful. Be careful her yourself when you get out because there's been a lot of. I think there's been a lot of injuries for people when they upside down. They rip off their seat building. They hit their head and said okay be careful and I remembered it. So it's amazing. How these things are they stay with
"mcfadden" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Welcome back to the GMC sports podcast. We just finished talking about the NFL rules. Maybe what to change basically in overtime circumstances. Melanie on other news in the world sports and Darren McFadden is in is in the news yet again as he was arrested for DWI while passing out in a drive through the best doesn't it never happened to me before really now this week or no never I usually very where because I'm excited again, my food. Where what's what do you know what the driver was? I do. I was gonna ask you just see Taco Bell. No mcdonald's. Something not as generic El Pollo loco. No. I'll give you give you a hint. Okay. Definitely American food. Wieners mitchell. No. That's a good. Guess I like that. I see what you doing with that. Based on my hint. So birds hotdogs, yes. Yes. Burgers. I don't know is just five guys have a dry. So he was in Texas, and this is a very Texas place. Although it's it's everywhere. It's a barbecue place. It's I think it's everywhere. I don't think we have to say -fornia just say it. It's a pop it's a popular barbecuing fewer hamburger chain. I don't think we have one in California. If we do it's non sacrimento. Five guys. It's we have we have. I used to go there all the time. Oh, it's Thomas. Yeah. That's far away from us. Insect mino-. I'm in Davis. I live Davis. So that's like the opposite side. No. Yeah. It is. Anyways. Whatever it doesn't matter. Anyways. Let's see we don't have it in California. So let's say I don't know is it is the word Texas in it. I don't know. Hardy's? I I what a burger. Oh, we have water movie. I think so I don't think I've eaten there we have. I've I've actually had a Waterberg before. But I prefer in and out. I know that's so. In and out if you don't like it. Now, you can tweet me and tell me why. But you're dumb who doesn't like pets burger place in the world. It's people that try to say witty things online. So they could be famous you gotta have to get in and out afterward with our people are like like how people were like, oh, man bird boxes. Such a terrible movie. Like, it wasn't who said that a lot of people. Really? I liked it a lot. But it was because it was such a big it was a if the happening was done. Right. But the reason why people said that was because it was such a popular thing that happened. And then it was cool to be like. Oh, yeah. The movie was trash, you know, what I mean? Like, oh, let me see many tweeting real. It really wasn't though. It was I don't think it was a greatest movie. It was good movie. Very good movie. I didn't I never seen my favorite move. And I'll say it's a really good movie. If you like the happening, then you like this way more. Yes. I thought it was okay. So. On bird box. People are saying that the movie at a terrible ending. That's was like, oh this terrible. And. Good. The ending was gonna made sense. It wasn't like what did what did people expect? You can call it a happy ending. Yeah. Anyways. Yes. So he I like so during McFadden passed out water burger, he got a DWI. So not funny. What was was? It was our overall pick in the two thousand eight draft by the way, but wasn't he he was Heisman winner. Right. Bless he I thought he was I don't know. But all we don't know what he had an assistant. He was just arrested for DWI Masumi those giving multiple cocktails. I'm going to say, that's my guess is facing charges of drywall talk skated and resisting arrest..