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Ruth Wisse and Eric Discuss Liberals' Perceived Victimhood and Apathy
"Strikes me that the left in america has fallen in love with with with victimhood. And that they they don't like celebrating sometimes because it almost implies within we haven't suffered enough we want you to focus on are suffering as though something's gained by that you're saying that's not how people learn. It's not a good thing but you see that narrative surely in in american life in the latter part of the the twentieth century just kind of took over and people they wanna wallow they wanna be victims. They wanna remind you of how much they've suffered because it gives them some kind of perverse status. Well that may be true of some people. But you know what i saw. When i was teaching at harvard actually was something quite different. knowle's troubling but very different people didn't wanna fight and what surprised me most about harvard and all the twenty one years that i taught there i became involved in faculty meetings as i had never been before when i was at mcgill and And i saw that there was. They refused to let. Rotc the reserve officer training corps. That had always been at the basis of higher education. There was always training of the best and the brightest young people during precisely the age when you have to go into the arm right. That's the hr so with their. The there was for for forty years forty years right. The faculty of harvard kept rossi off the campus. They did everything. They kept changing the rationale for keeping it on campus so as not to allowed on campus. What is that about what they were actually saying to. These kids is forgive me but this is the way i understood it. America is not worth defending. Of course that's exactly what they're saying. It's worse than that. They were saying that. America is bad. And they're saying that. Any kind of militarism or i should say any kind of self-defence is militarism is a step away from the quagmire of vietnam and chest thumping Jingoism i mean. That's where the left has been for a long time. It breaks my heart but this is all through the culture. Obviously just places like harvard.
Megill's 10 Ks Lead Mets Over Reeling, Bumbling Yanks 10-3
"The Mets to game one of the subway series with the ten to three win over the Yankees who have dropped seven straight hello McGill earned the win the rookie tossed seven innings allowing two runs with ten strikeouts trailing two to one the third aided by sloppy defense the Mets scored five times highlighted by a bases loaded drag bunt by Jeff McNeil and James McCann RBI double against loser Jordan Montgomery who walk three in the inning hobby Baez had three hits with two RBIs Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo homered for the Yankees might make use of New York
Brinson's 1st-Inning Grand Slam Helps Marlins Beat Mets 6-3
"The Marlins had dropped four in a row before Lewis Brinson belted a first inning grand slam off Tyler McGill sparking Miami six three win over the Mets looking for here yeah I guess I asked well I did my homework on any didn't really want to miss that fastball you know just hung on one case Miguel Rojas had two hits and scored twice as the Marlins cut new York's division lead to two and a half games over the Phils he says was sort of pitched five innings and limited New York to three runs and four hits in his Marlins debut Dylan Floro worked out of a bases loaded jam in the eighth and finished the game for his third save Pete Alonso smacked his twenty fourth Homer of the season for the Mets I'm Dave Ferrie
Megill Earns 1st Win, Alonso Homers Twice as Mets Blank Jays
"Tylor Megill picked up his first major league victory in Pete Alonso provided the Mets offense with a pair of homers in a three nothing shut out of the blue jays Megill allowed two hits walked one and struck out five over six innings lowering his ERA to two point one Alonso had a two run shot off ex teammate Stephen matches eighth pitch of the game Alonso added a solo shot in the eighth the Bluejays got just one runner beyond first base against McGill and a trio of relievers the win the last semester retain a four game lead in the NL east I'm Dave Ferrie
Alonso's Tiebreaking Double Sends Mets Past Brewers 4-2
"Alonzo laced a two run double off all star Brandon would rest in the seventh inning to push the Mets pastor brewers for two E. three ball excellent today I mean it's just a waiting game we're able to put together a lot of championship babies together and we came out on top but for the for the first six innings I mean what he was yeah I mean he had some really good stuff what if entered the seventh with a one hitter before the Mets won a match up of NL division leaders Michael Conforto provided an RBI single and dom Smith had a sacrifice fly from New York Edwin Diaz pitched out of trouble in the ninth retiring three straight which you want after giving up an RBI single to Tyrone Taylor your starter Tyler McGill gave up a run and two hits over five innings including a Homer by Omar in a vise I'm the ferry
McCann, Lindor Come Through, Mets Rally Past Braves 4–3
"The nets put together a four run seventh to rally past the Braves for three Charlie Morton had thrown twenty into thirds consecutive scoreless innings before James McCann tied it with a three run Homer you're always going to look back over the course of the season and see different points that are they're turning points whether they're good or the bad so hopefully the same thing today is a rallying point that we can no take into the all star break in and beyond Francisco Lindor hit a tiebreaking RBI single off loser AJ Minter Ozzie Albies hit a three run Homer off New York starter Tyler McGill drew Smith earned the win after facing five batters in the sixth the NL east leading Mets won for just the sixth time in fifteen games to stay three games ahead of the nationals I'm the ferry
The Pandemics Ending Here. And Almost Nowhere Else.
"Rowling's. This is the big story dr yet. Tina banerjee is an assistant professor at mcgill university and the school of population and global health. She's an expert in global and public health equity as well as social justice. Hello dr benedict hydrated. Thanks for having me on this show. Oh you're so welcome. Thank you for your expertise today. Do you want to start maybe Giving us perspective. I think from outside. Canada from an equity point of view on when we worry about our vaccine wrote in canada. How are we doing compared to everyone else so as canadians. We need to be very grateful that more than fifty percent of our population has received the first fox nation. And that is extremely high when you compare it to low middle income countries if you are living in high income countries such as canada the likelihood is that you have already got your cove in nineteen vaccine or will soon get one sadly this is not the reality for millions of people living in several low and middle income countries more than half a billion vaccine doses have been administered so far guess what three quarters of them have been used by the world's richest countries which means that only zero point one percent of covid nineteen vaccine does have been administered in low income countries. And at this rate in might take many years for low middle income countries to reach a high level vaccine coverage
When Healthcare Gets Politicized
"One of the most galling things that we've seen over the last year how in some states politicians have exploited this moment to try to further restrict access to the reproductive healthcare that every woman in our country should have access to. Can you talk a bit about how you responded to that as an organization but also how you've supported your providers in your patients for whom this isn't just political rhetoric. It's it has deeply personal. Covert gave us a real peek behind the curtain. To why a world without row would look like we saw at the beginning of the pandemic politicians across the country particularly those hostile to sexual reproductive health. Were using the pandemic as a cover to limit access to abortion and what we saw was not people not seeking access to abortion and sexual reproductive healthcare. We saw people in fact getting in their cars and driving fifteen hours from texas to colorado. Because they were seeking. They needed to live full and free lives. We know that without row. Roughly twenty five million women are going to be in states with respect ends might not have access and so the work that we've had to do as an organization with our partners has had to think about what is the infrastructure. Look like how do we support the travel hoped you. We support through telehealth. Where will the fights be. Move into our contentious state legislative season to ensure that the majority of people who support access to sexual and Healthcare aren't thwarted by a vocal
On International Women's Day, Biden Signs Gender Equity Measures
"Is marking the occasion as only a president can with more executive orders. His signature will set up a new White House counsel on gender policy. And roll back a controversial Trump administration rule that protected students accused of sexual assault. We're joined now by NPR, White House correspondent Aisha Roscoe and I shall want we start with this order on sexual violence in schools when we need to know. This order basically directs the Department of Education to look at our into conduct a review of all of its policies and regulations to make sure that an educational environment is free from discrimination on the basis of sex and also free from discrimination in the form of sexual harassment, including sexual violence. On discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. So basically, it's a review to make sure that all of his policies are aligned with this order. And as I understand it, it goes back to the former education secretary Betsy the boss. She and the Trump administration believed that people who were accused of sexual violence deserve more rights in an academic setting. And Democrats, of course, opposed that from the beginning. Does this order just revert the legal standard back to what it was during the Obama administration. So this executive order clearly seems aimed at undoing that policy from the Trump administration. But what it basically does is it directs Education Secretary McGill Cardona to suspend or revise any agency actions that are at odds with the new order from the White House. So it basically puts it in The education Secretaries court for him to look at the policies and to decide what to do. But it seems clearly aimed at eventually getting rid of that order from the Trump administration. Okay, more to come on that issue, I'm sure now another bite in order is establishing a White House Gender Policy Council. What will that do? Exactly? So this council will focus on ensuring equity for women and girls on diverticular Lee women and girls of color. This is a revamped version of former President Obama's White House counsel on women and girls. The name was changed to reflect that all genders can face discrimination, but it's basically a way of looking at equity when it comes to women. Well. President Biden, on
"mcgill" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Think that these are big. You know brutes and make sense for him to have the highest total but he bench pressed over six hundred pounds. He was pulling and squatting over eight hundred pounds all while kicking the shit out of people you know lifting up kegs and doing all these other things. But what do you need to keep in mind. As great as he was the all-time world record was broken. By a guy who are hundred and twenty pounds and stood at five feet five inches and his name was fucking ed cohen. That motherfucker broke the all time world record from the super heavyweight from one of the strongest. were one of the strongest men to ever walk. The face of the earth he was able to Beat that and he actually did it with an injury. If if you ever see and cone e would get a little you know you get a little fired up here. And there he'd be a little pumped he there's a video of it all. I'm getting goosebumps thinking about it because it gets me so fired up. But there's a video of it online. Ed cone dead lifted nine zero one sumo sumo. It's cheating so ed cone in this particular contest had an injury to his back. You can watch the videos online. You watch him do. He does like ben over rose. He does dead left and when he puts the bar down. He's in so much pain. He's bracing himself so hard i think he's lifting like five eighty five or six seventy five. Which is chump change for the goat. He puts the weight down and he passes out the next clip. It just goes right to the next clipped him. Still lifting tim finishing his workout. He passed out on just like fell right over. The bar took a nosedive landed on his face. But in this competition he you know going into this competition. He had that he had an injury and he was talking about how he's dead lift and conventional to prep for this meet in the contest. He comes down to the end and it comes down to him having to pull an eight hundred eighty seven pound dead lift and he did it. Conventional any fucking nailed it any. Get so fired up. And he's like pointing the crowd. He's talking shit to somebody. But i don't know who he he's talking. He was fired up he was really fired up and it was just amazing to see him to be able to break that record. But i love this conversation. So so much with dr mcgill. The way he talked about strength and the way he kept talking about how it's connected to the mind and connected to the brain and how it is a demonstration of genius. I've just really happy and excited that. We had someone to really confirmed that. This is things that. I thought for many many years where it's like why do we. Why do we celebrate the musician so much. Why do we celebrate the artists so much. Why do we celebrate the person that plays the piano really beautifully. The guitarist the bassist all these different things. We kind of put those in a category like a genius. But we don't do the same thing when it comes to lifting. And i think it's about time lifters. Get some recognition for that. Because what they're doing is really masterful. And it's it's an amazing thing to watch the way that eddie hall is going to explain a dead lift or something like that. The way that Michael hearn explains how to lift. I mean and semen. I've been lifting for years. We've been around a lot of people we've done our share of latte pallone and seated rose and Dead lifts and stuff but every exercise that we did in a given workout was completely new and different from you know doing it the way mike was shown us. Yeah and he's like oh. This is activating this this. He's like no. Try it this way even like a lot. Pull down you face the opposite way face the opposite way on a lot. Pull down and you pull it behind your neck. Or he's got so many different variations of how he's doing an exercise and it is genius because he's able to do things other people can't do. He's able to happen to parts of his brain and parts of his mind. You're not gonna find other people that can do that and when you do it's really rare the best in the world at that story bill. Kasmir and has erector is exactly what we're talking about here. It's like it's like when when we've been with mike and he's adjusted our legs on like a like the squat machine and he did that easily focused right here. Oh my god like really like and this is the thing. This is why i think it's so you know a lot of people. Wait for a science. Explain like half-science. Explain why this is so beneficial. Why this sucks and then you see some guy that's like no that's actually really dope some guy that actually has done it for a long time. I would probably listen more to him or try it and take that into account more than what somebody's article says just because sometimes sometimes a fucking study can't quantify that a study can't quantify what causes doing before somebody studied that you know well. Oftentimes the.
"mcgill" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Hard to shake it Yeah even just like if. I have to bend down to pick something up. I already am preparing myself to be in pain. I'm gonna hurt you look at ya. It's gonna hurt that's gonna that's gonna cost me some energy To pick it up whereas somebody else it'd be like drop something rumors pick it up. Yeah and then. It makes us do that. One thing that i believe. We're all trying to never do it. But you know when you go down you know or get out of your seat. That like why. Why making all these fucking sounds like gets the. Yeah yeah definitely. Don't wanna be that guy seriously. Imagine if you could get rid of a majority of that. I'm not gonna say all of them. Maybe all of it. Maybe all of your pain just by doing a certain few things in your life differently. Certain things you wouldn't think about like sneezing right. So that's awesome. I appreciate it's been helping me stretching I will admit. I haven't stretched every day. But i've been stretching enough to the point where i find myself just kind of stretching throughout the day now rather than stretching all at night and last night i stretch in my sauna which was like oh man kind of cool because i was a lot more mobile i was like damn. I able to move a lot better in here than i am. Because because it's hundred and ninety four degrees or whatever yeah And i felt pretty good. It is helping me to relax. It is it is. It is working be interesting because like my hip has been tight for like ten years so like if i can get it to not feel as tight and i opened up a little bit. I mean shit that would be. That would be amazing. If i could just move around a little bit. Better move around like a fucking robot got the mobility of a trash can over here real quick before we get we before we get off. You've got to talk about the the sex study and not the sex study. Yeah they got velcro together. That's funny dr mcgill. Thank you for your good work. My man he's like that that is really what we can make jokes about it. But that's like probably really blown off their backs. I think i think all three of us have had sex injuries over the years. I haven't blown my back out. Good so so the unfortunate thing about my back. It's the list slouching is what hurts. And one of the movement's is in the book as it's kind of like a thrusting movement and he even says.
"mcgill" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Now i've really got so now. You know we can have this discussion at a. You know a grade school level or i can take it to the phd level. If you like. Do you want to go there. let's get some. yeah continue. Great okay so have you heard of a fellow named thomas myers on anatomy trains themselves cable. So thom mayer has done this magnificent dissections of the fascist through the body and how they create different slings and connections through the body. There is a connection from so us up through the diaphragm across the tech and into the arm. Well is this true functionally and again. I go right back to the bracketing approach to see if in this particular athlete. So if you're a hundred mile an hour fast bowler or one hundred ten mile. An hour fastball. In your major league baseball. I can guarantee you have a good fashion connection. Because if you didn't you wouldn't have the brilliance to throw the ball you can be. You can look really quite unimpressive but if you have that fashion connection you have a chance to load the spring across the hip spring across the shoulders and that spring you you can throw a one hundred and ten but you have to have this fashion connection so now i'll just show you my upper body. I'm pell painting my soe's for those people when you push the he'll towards the ceiling and you spin the hand around. Whoa there is so ass- tightening under my fingers down here on the slowest tenant and now it's released so i'm spinning through the shoulder the The fascia are you getting it and seema. Yes you have to be. I is your right hand on the left sauce. My right hand is on the right so us so i put my right hand wrong one so this is like a simon says thing. Okay if you were to stand up and do a lunch with your left leg back right leg forward right hand goes across to your left so us so feel the high quad drift into the iliad tinian notch and you'll be right on the tendon. Okay now you can widen your lunge and you will feel hip flexor stress but it is not so us now. Put your left arm over your head and push your fingers to the ceiling. Quite strictly now. Did you feel anything coming on under your right fingers and tendon drop your left shoulder back just a little bit drop it and rotate around with it allow your torso to rotate with your left shoulder. Going back now to area go now. Push the heel of your hand to the ceiling and internal externally rotate around. Is that changing the perception of so asunder. Your fingers yeah okay so you have. You have a fashion connection now. So we if i thought oh well it's it's great this i compare this. So if you're a jujitsu man and seema. I'm not gonna pick on jujitsu i'll i'll take on any sport. It never ends does it. No i'm i'm mid sixties and. I'm still learning the mastery of the craft of different sports in how to tune the f one race car. It never ends and it's a. It's a beautiful. I don't know if i should use the word pastime. It's much more than a pastime total commitment but nonetheless isn't it magical that there's you know something for you to start playing with now and you have to decide. Do you need to tighten that or do you need to release it to unleash. So that your number one instead of number three or whatever. Unless you're ed cohen which you're so far ahead of everybody else. It doesn't matter how you say on another podcast i think. How far ahead cohen was you shared. That he was like thirty percent greater than the next guy behind him at number What that would mean in race. Can you share that with us. Yeah i will say you're losing bolt you know. And and you're you're a a tenth of a second faster than the next three guys in the world while the fed cone was hussein. Bolt running one hundred meters at the olympics. He'd be running seven seconds and number two would be running ten. That's how good the goat was three seconds. You're like sitting there looking at your wash in. One of the other guy is going to finish. Yeah yeah so. As i said you know as ed is it's yes. He's got anatomical gifts but he's got the brilliance. how do we get How do we get compliance. How do you get compliance from some people Because sometimes you know you might have it. Sounds like you have to unpack like a lot of different things. That's going on with the individual and you might say and seema like we got like seventeen things we gotta work on but he probably would do a lot better if we could just give him like you know one thing. Have you been able to assist people to comply to. Because they don't comply to the things they need to do every day to rid themselves a back injury or back pain They're not going to be successful. Most likely right. You might not like my answer on this one. I think i attract a certain type of client in other words. If someone has back pain they sure wouldn't go up to canada. To see a guy named mcgill they would go elsewhere. I'm sort of the end of the road either. They're an elite person. And you know. Because i'm really i'm really unknown. I would say and certainly in the in in sport. I'm probably known but you know in the general public. I'm nobody and i would. The average person wouldn't come to see me. But if you're an elite trying to tune the final bit and your inhibited by back pain. i don't need to worry about the commitment mark. They're they're they're coming. They're traveling internationally. They're committed absolutely on instead. Ask peace time following program right. But you know a having said that i will get some athletes and i'll say well here's what i found. And here's my recommendation and they'll say Well.
"mcgill" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"And you can be the world champ. And if you're form your somewhere in that region you have to do other things to get one hundred percent niro drive. So we measure the amplitude of that electromagnet traffic signal and Each one is a pulse is pulse from the brain down the nerve so if it is a one to one measurement of the density of Neural drive so that's how we do it and it's how we evaluate. The you know the business. I was describing earlier about how the brain organizes neuromuscular compartments muscles in between muscles. And you know. I'm i'm working on a project right now and basically it's weight room barbell strength versus farm boy strength so carry a couple of Hay bales that are wet. You know hundred pounds a piece versus a couple of kettlebells which have a very centralized mass versus something that needs control because it's bouncing around a little bit or you know when we start using earthquake bars chains Bans all the great things. That i see going on at Your operation so those kinds of things. We measure through electrosmog affi on their ability to transition into what we would call a farm boy strength. so there's no weaknesses. Pure barbell training can create and hide some weaknesses. I know first hand what you mean by farm boy strength. Because i've like i've done jujitsu with guys that love have worked on farms and the their their bodies don't necessarily look necessarily strong and also construction workers to bodies don't look strong but once they grip your wrist or once they grip you're gay it's like it's demoralizing. It's like like i. I look at myself and i'm like you know i thought my grip strength was decent..
"mcgill" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Of pulses. So that comes from basically grinding training so get under the load grinded out. So you know If you're in a bench press situation. I love the bench for teaching density of neural. Drive to the euro hardware You know you're getting to the sticking point you're transitioning off the tech moving onto the tricep and whatnot. You're pulling the bar bending the bar compressing the bar in a mindful way to densify and don't lose That thought an keep burning the nerves to carry as much electricity as they possibly can. You can start the whole thing with the neural charge in the pulse. Use a a russian technique for example and then of course all of the muscular Training at the other end so tricks like more hand gripped all help to focus and take away the leakage of the You'll drive so we started this talking about. What made ed cohen. Great there was another Feature that i've had conversations with ed about this and i will give another example so years before i actually met bill caz mar when he was world's strongest man and setting the various events he trained with a fella named the mclaughlin and I would talk to him and he would describe some of the what. I call euro muscular compartment training in his back. I'd ask him how does caz meyer get the back that he gets and Meanwhile remember that there were physical therapists in australia and places like this saying oh well if you're trying to activate back muscle you should focus on the middle of the back in the mall tiffin's muscles and trion swell up your back muscles and move medial to lateral and i thought this this didn't make sense to me. Because in the laboratory we measured the brain. Never organized the back muscles and the erector spiny to activate medial to lateral. You know all tiffany. Ilia cost alice. Longest semester assis excetera. The brain activates the neuromuscular compartments in the erector spine a up and down the spine. So you know this is what we were measuring in the lab and mclaughlin tells me that caz meyer is is getting on something. Like well similar to a saunders. Total backer using a bench putting a sharp edge on his chest. Focusing is brain on the neuro muscular compartments in that section of the erector. Just getting a unilateral connection of his brain that compartment sliding pad down going to the next year muscular compartment up and down his spine in other words. This it if you're a clinician who works with scoliosis and and children and you're trying to educate their brain to activate rector spina on both sides. It's exactly that kind of compartmental training. So when i finally met caz and i said you know how how did you know that. The brain was organized. that way. How did you know that that training was what gave you the ability in your back. And he said stu I only knew what worked and it was a funny story about that. I don't know if you know. The swiss meetings absolutely symposium ken. Ken organize those. He's a fabulous fella any brings you know heads like me and cazin cone dorian. Yates and you know just the most magnificent personalities to this thing and you can when you go for dinner the conversation you can have. It's usually held in canada. Correct always in canada anyway see. I'm getting old. I'm i'm off track. But just so at the last one he he can get up to the microphone at the dinner banquet and he says you know this guy. It's a career award where we're going to give to this guy so he calls my name. I was stunned. I could hardly get out of my chair. And then i get up onto the podium to accept this career award any hands me a little note on a piece of paper and it says please introduce the next career award winner. Bill cans meyer. But don't say anything about his name until the end so i'm standing at that podium. And i've got a concoct a awards speech in thirty milliseconds. Thanks can anyway. So but i told that story of going back to the very first time i met caz and it was a beautiful Demonstration of where a hopefully good science. We weren't teaching the great athletes that great athletes were confirming some of the observations. We were making in the clinic and the lab. Our laboratory by the way is a very heavy weight room and but anyway It was just a wonderful fusion of guys who really were successful at doing it versus honing at through a having a little bit more of an knowledge science he makes else just came in my brain. Can i add one more thought drive. There's some folks on the internet and they go at me every now and then and and i think you.
"mcgill" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Frustrating answer of all time. So he talks about how he worked with an athlete. This is actually really funny. I i would be very curious on who it is. I kind of have in my mind. Who i think it is. I think it might be lorenzo. Neal that played for the chargers. But i'm just purely speculating. But he talked about football player that you worked with Who was like five tannen. Like two fifty and just stacked guy was real jacked and lorenzo is one of the greatest fullbacks in the history of football used level people. He was amazing Anyway the guy who's working with. He said his ass was so big. That was hard to try to find a position for him to sleep in because he liked he liked to sleep on his back but his his his lower back was miles away from mcgill. Said he goes. He goes picture this when he was laying down on the floor. He's like i could crawl my whole body. it probably underneath there is so much space. You know He is the guy who was working with the had. A real wagon back there. i guess anyway He said that ultimately he built like a bladder for him and he pumped it up with some air to kind of mitigate the stress and a lower back in the give this person You know some personalized Personalized thing that that fit them customized to their size. And that's what mcgill will tell you time and time again when you ask him like. Hey how should we dead lift. And he'll be like well. It depends on how your body moves yet I've worked with a lot of people over the years. Thousands of people on on dead lifting. And there's been times where i've had to tell people. Hey e gonna need to look up you know and they look up and sometimes i gotta have them look up You don't just out in front of them. Sometimes i have to have them. Look up a lot because It just sets their chin in the right place in the mechanics of everything else. Look really good. Sometimes it's even hard to describe. There's been other times where i'm like. You gotta put your head down. You got to actually look at the ground. I've had people i'm like. Just look at your feet when you're lifting and i don't recommend that everybody because for someone that's really mobile. That probably wouldn't work very well. They probably be rounded over. Yeah But for someone that's mobile. It's like you're trying to trying to find for anybody trying to find something that they can lock into where the back looks neutral. The back looks fairly straight. Shot down the hatch. Very go go do half of this. I when to loopy own hits me and drew before steer gets on. I just want people to like take some action on something real quick. You read the whole of back mechanic. I haven't finished yet and back mechanic. Such a good book because it allows you as an individual to go through and diagnose yourself with your back issues and figure out how to make it work. How that book work for you. It's it's i can't put it into words but yeah back mechanic book. All lincoln down in the youtube and podcasts donuts but like we had both hightower here he you know he jabbed me in got my so as loose. I guess twenty did yeah. Yeah is because daddy. There's daddy drop sorry. I had to do those early. No he was like what like what movements by kurt. You're back. And i'm like well shit when i do like anything. Frigging hersey like paint like i. I don't know do. It hurts all the time so going through back mechanic he has you do exercises and he tells you frontline haley. Yeah we're are going to try to aggravate your back a little bit but it's just that we can figure out what your issues are and by doing that almost like oh shit this whole time. You know like little tricks here and there to like help kind of ease. Some of the pain a lot of it is just like he wants to spend less time in pain more time in positions. That don't hurt like okay. Does it hurt to do the dishes. This certain way doom. This way that way lies that why does your backup so pumped doing dishes. Terrible so bad my mom would always say that everything in the house was designed by a man. She's like because they never spent time doing any of this shit and they don't realize how bad it kills your it. Yeah it's like doing laundry or using a vacuum she's like this all created by men if a woman who designed it it would be a lot lot of more more more Efficient for your back. It would make sense. How intimidating that mustache right now. Look at that unbelievable. Good morning mark. It's been a long time. Yeah i'm absolutely. You know super pump to have you on the show today. Thank you so much for spending part of your day with us. I appreciate it. You bet. I've been looking forward to this and We're gonna have a blast. Absolutely so i know that a lot of times in a lot of your interviews. I've been following your work for a long time. I know a lot of times we end up with you saying it depends because it depends on the way someone's bill and the way you know we're all very differently so there doesn't seem to be like you know one best exercise or it doesn't seem to be one best position for all of us to hang out in in terms of trying to manage lower back pain right. Yeah have we started. We.
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif: From Super Bowl Champ to the COVID Frontline
"He actually got his medical degree back in two thousand eighteen. My ultimate goal is to step on this deal with the md back pocket nigger dowdy. And he's the only active. Nfl player with a medical degree today. When the pandemic hit laurent decided that you know what. I wanna volunteer. Have this degree wanna be able to help out by. Read more about what was going on immediately. My thought when from oh my god this is stuff for me to. How can i help. Long-term healthcare facilities nursing homes. They were the hardest especially in the quebec area. Also in ontario where i am from. So laurent saw the stress that was put on the healthcare workers and he was like if i can just get in there and alleviate some of the stress on them as well as you know lifting up the spirits of some of the most at risk patients in the elderly. I'm going to do anything. i can possibly do. Our duty as a citizen to really think about what. Can i do to fight this thing. Just that biographical detail alone is crazy that this is a guy who managed to get a degree in medicine while playing right guard in the nfl and playing by the way really well. The chiefs signed him a couple of years ago to a five-year forty one million dollar contract extension but to get back to his medical career. I mean it speaks to this very unusual path. That laurent has taken to the league. So tell us. Where laurent from. And how do you grow up. Laurent is from a town outside of montreal. Thirty minutes outside of montreal. Mount saint hilaire quebec is obviously predominantly french-speaking part of canada and he grew up. Speaking french is first language. His parents were like you know. We want to do things different. I'm mired win. My parents raise me. They told me when i was a kid to take risks to take his dad who is a teacher and agriculture. Actually said you know what my dream to be able to sail down the coast with my family for a year long sailing trip so he quits his job him and his wife dee land along with iran his two sisters gotten a boat and sailed down the coast for a year all the way down to the east coast of the united states. Right down to the caribbean while he was there he was home schooled by his parents while he actually learned different life experiences. So they're sailing up and down the atlantic coast. What do they do when they're not in a boat like what's their business how they make a living laurent's grandfather owned a winery francois. His father was working at the winery and when they came back. They decided to sell the winery. Francois got involved in the culinary arts and he opened up a bakery and now they have several bakeries in the montreal area. So you have this fabulous this decidedly non traditional lifestyle that. They've embraced where they're sailing together. The running a vineyard. They're running bakeries. I mean this. Forgive me mathis. Sounds like the idyllic french canadian life and it's because of these very different childhood experiences matt that laurent doesn't even start playing football until he's fourteen years old. He commits studying medicine at mcgill a very prestigious university in montreal and he ultimately decides to play. Football at mcgill is well. What do you think you'll laurente to. The game of football laurent has always said that. He loved being on the field with his teammates. He loved working as a team much. Like as a medical doctor working on a floor with a team an operating room is kind of similar as football field in the sense that there's eleven people or twelve people working together and you've got to know where you fit in that team so i think he's taking. This is a dream. I want to play for the highest level in the sport that i can play at and obviously in canada. You don't have a long list a players that made it there but he He said his mind to and he says i'm going to do
interview With Sana Saeed
"Welcome to abuse congruence. The american muslim experience episode one. Oh wait. I'm sorry you're codes and as usual. I enjoin by. Hey welcome back listeners. Welcome back We this is our first episode of twenty twenty one but it feels like a lots already happened in this very short year or short lived year. So far we've got a lot but here we are on good to be back and get you back with. You are things i guess. All things being equal These k- Have some family members were affected by cove. Unfortunately so bring them Just distracted long. I mean china. Try not to get distracted by polit political stuff and keeping on it super interesting but other than that just getting back in the swing of things in life and that of course keeping the family members who who were in their situation some. Yeah i mean interesting about the political stuff being kind of The least of all adjectives as you describe it but anyway we're super excited to have our guest on the show today and omer if you wanna honored as long as marquess. Absolute son is the is the host in senior producer who has been with. Aj plus since two thousand fourteen hoping. Watch the channel. She's a canadian so most of her life in the us and is interested in politics. Religion culture end She works to stay out arguments on twitter as she has a background in media critique and analysis in has had worked in appear in the new york times the la times courts the guardian salon. And of course aj so. Hey thanks so much for having me happy to be here. Yeah it's great and so you. Avoid twitter fights that that that defeats the whole purpose of revenue on this show. I mean usually told us that when we were booking. I'm i'm jay. Try to successful at avoiding twitter fights. That's right. I'm relatively new to twitter and I've unfortunately gone up on the deep end and But which is some of the stuff. I'd love to talk to you about as someone who obviously studies media is involved in media and I i i'm sure as social media being a part of that so But yeah i guess before. We get into that meteors stuff on not to say that Will be what i do want to start off with is not me but i'd love to kind of talk about your background in as we like to call it the origin story. So tell us about says aids origin story and We we'd love to hear that. I know that you did spend some time in the bay area. So i'm i know that's where our paths crossed on. However i know there's so much more to the story we love to hear that and you could start way back as a as you'd like sure yeah So i was actually born in pakistan. I was born in lahore and My family background is kashmiri And we're lake whereas a lot of kashmir's inbox on her infant job as well. We're like the pajama fight. Kashmiri's but like my family is extreme has actually retained a lot of kashmiri customs and identity. It's been that's always been really interesting. The way we kind of have balanced those two identities very strongly And like my family also emigrated from kashmir basically at like a little bit before and during the the petition. Yeah during the partition. So yeah i was born in exxon. And when i was about like four or five months old. My parents My dad had already moved at that point. He had moved to the united states. Kind of like take the family business there And my mom. And i filed suit and in nineteen eighty eighty seventy eight. We were in In new york. So when i was in new yorker basically up until the end of ninety nine early two thousand so grew up in initially flushing queens and then eventually to Moved onto a long island. Washington long island which is where i grew up And your basic so. We have citizenship. The only person in my family who has us citizenship is actually my brother. Since he was born there so we then applied for canadian citizenship and ended up in canada and moved to vancouver. I was there for up until i had to go to college then. I moved to montreal. I went to mcgill where i did. I from my undergrad. I studied political science in italy studies. And then i continued on ethicon decided. I'm like don't wanna do law school. Do i want do grad school. I ended up applying to only one loss one one grad school and because my french fluency at that point was not that great. I ended up not getting into the mcgill law school because they do require french fluency so I went to grad school. And i did islamic studies and that was To be honest it was the greatest blessing and it was the greatest blessing. Not because oh you know. You're studying islam except it was a blessing because Doing that masters program really kind of set the stage for i would say my approach to
Alexis McGill Johnson, President and CEO of Planned Parenthood, Discusses Politics
"Alexis. How are you. Oh i'm wonderful. How are you sean t. It's so good to see you again is so good to see you and i love the fact that you are. I repeat guests. Or what am i. Favor people. I know i was super ecstatic with they. Do the permanency yell a planned parenthood because vine while was there any other choice. I obviously can't tweet that. That's what a deke. So i just wanted to tweet my congratulations congratulations. Thank you thank you. I i didn't think it was gonna feel as different to become permanent. You know like when when somebody actually puts a ring on it When you live together for a long time and then you're like a that. I felt so honored and humbled that that organization in the boards would put that kind of faith in me to carry us. Forward won't the perfect well-deserved at twenty twenty was quite the year as we know in twenty twenty one is already giving twenty twenty a run for its money so i do have to get your thoughts on insurrection at the capitol because the fact is it was it is direction in way you and i had our first chat just our first girlfriend have i leading organizations chad. We talked a lot about what going on in the country particularly racially in how the trump administration was feeling a lot of the. How are you feeling about everything that has happened. It was devastating. And when you actually think about the the day of january six you know for most of us particularly i knew you were as i was like up all night watching the returns for the georgia senate race in trying to just hold onto that. Lash shred of hope. You know as you said. Twenty twenty just tried its level. Best to get rid of. And and like reverend warnock said Thirty five joy comes in the morning right. Joy will come in the morning and it did and it did by midday to watch that. Just full throated unapologetic demonstration of white supremacy and anti democracy and the weaponization of racial anxiety. Over and over again. And you you think about just like when they said win at all costs this is what they met right that they were really winning willing to destroy democracy to destroy the integrity in the belief in that just really underscores everything that america is right. We are at beth. You know we are. We are a nation state because we are imagine community right. We have to bind ourselves together with these notions and while so many particularly black women have been on the front line trying to claw our way into democracy right like foot in the door that we are not gonna let this door democracy close on as they were they're trying to destroy it and so it it. Just it's it's a wound you know to know after the november election. That half of america's still supports misogynistic patriarch girl racist. Yo pick at the same time that they are so willing to to fight for that last gas that it is just terrifying.
Bridges' big night helps Suns break through at Indiana
"Phoenix took control of the game for good in the fourth quarter and came away with the one twenty five one seventeen win over Indiana and eleven all run in the final period put the signs up by thirteen and the Pacers could not fight back McGill bridges had a career best thirty four points to lead seven three Phoenix the sun's committed just two turnovers in the game the Montesa bonus had twenty eight points in twenty two rebounds for Indiana which is now six and three Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Man dies after grain silo collapse in Indiana
"A man has died in the collapse of a grain silo and can be Madison McGill reports, the truck driver pulled his truck up to load corn onto it. And as he stepped out of his truck, the silo collapse and buried him under the corn. The Indianapolis Fire Department said the collapse happened on man rode around 9 A.m., and by 10. They pulled the man from the corn. He was pronounced dead.
US clears Moderna vaccine for COVID-19
"A a second second covert covert 19 19 vaccine vaccine to to the the Arsenal. Arsenal. The Food and Drug Administration authorized emergency use Friday of the vaccine developed by Moderna and the National Institutes of Health. The decision comes days after health workers and nursing home residents began getting a similar coronavirus shot made by Fizer WS pays top national Story California Hospitals are battling to find beds to house patients amid fears that the exploding coronavirus rate will exhaust resources and health care workers. CBS is Jeff McGill yin reports from Hollywood doctors and nurses say staffing is limiting if you have a heart attack. If you get into a car accident if you fall off the ladder or have a stroke, we may not have a bed for you because many have been working 12 hour shifts day after day for months, so hospitals may be able to add beds, but they cannot always bring in more like saving hands to deal with the increasing workload. As of Friday, nearly 17,000 people were hospitalized with confirmed or suspected Covad 19 infections in California, more than double the previous Speak they reached in July.
Interview With Prof. James McGaugh
"By guests. Today's professor james mcgill. Who is imminent is professor of neural. Biology and behavior accused of california. Irvine he is so so fellow at the centre for the biology of learning and memory. Belkin jim hello there. I want to start with all the papers. Entitled making lasting memories remembering the significant invite you say although forgetting the common fate of most of experiences much evidence indicates that emotional arousal and kansas. The story of memories. The served to create selectively lost memories of other more important experiences. You said that. Europe biological systems mediating emotional arousal at memory are very closely linked before we get into a gym I wondered if you sort of a- define memory a little bit and You know cambodia. Understanding of memory changed overtime. Booby beckon understanding of what we mean by emory. Now all right memory is something that we infer from individualism from animals. All we ever see is behavior and on the basis of behavior we make inferences that that ah prior experience produce some kind of change in the in this case the brain of the animal or the human such that they can behave differently and we make inferences that are memory processes underlying the change in behavior. Now the the function of memory is to allow us to behave. If we didn't have memory we would be just like vegetables We're able to have an experience. Remember that experience and change or are repeat our behavior on the basis of that experience in order to survive so memory is a fundamental set of abilities that aid in our survival. Right right he also. That's disagree to think about it. So clearly for animals For memory to their behavior but in the case of cubans Couldn't be actually say Y be mean by memory of a of a potentially a a large set of data that you get used to define memory right. Oh a larger set setup data the inferences the same. If i watch you play for example i can make inferences about your ability to change your behavior on the basis of experience. And that's all i have and the case of of yourself. I presume that you learn to speak language. Now if i observed you when you're a child i could see the process of your acquiring the language rep all of the things that we do are based on experiences that then causes to change our behavior in response to the experience and and scientists what we try to do is to figure out what happens in the brand that enables that change in behavior or the repeat of behavior which is based on the experience. And it's same end for intro process that we use when talking about human behavior as when we're talking about animal behavior so so both tactically james so suppose i say You know i saw x. right Says i'm talking short term memory eight. I saw last wednesday on steeped. Why you know. I'm sort of not relating Something from from the past That i guess. I dead point. Would you say i m make an inference or i am actually Member memorizing. you're you're using information i would. I have to make the inference at. That's based on memory and of course it is because there isn't any other way to explain your ability to do that but you're just using the information that you acquired a previous time in order to affect your behavior at this time and that's that's what memory does it allows us to use experiences in order to to change our behavior to make it appropriate for the moment
Indiana Hospitals Are In Need Of Traveling Nurses
"Indiana's in need of more traveling nurses. With the rising number of coronavirus cases, Madison McGill reports, almost 1000 positions are open across the state. Indiana was already in the midst of a staff shortage of a nursing shortage. And so right now, with the surge and co vid, the need for travel nurses is, of course, even greater. Stacy might, the president elect of the Indiana Emergency Nurses Association, told Wish TV that the need is so great that hospitals are willing to pay a lot more money. Madison McGill 93 W Y B C Mobile news.
Indiana officer fired after ties to neo-Nazi internet forum are revealed
"Hired in June has been fired in Madison. McGill explains Why the Lafayette Police Department found out the officer was involved in a neo Nazi Internet chat forum in 2016. The department began investigating Officer Joseph Zacharek. After the department was mentioned in a tweet that sense, Zacharek participated in a chat forum called Iron March, the department found the information was accurate, Incredible and Zachary was terminated. Madison, Miguel 93 WNBC Mobile News several shooting
"mcgill" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine
"Trying to take is that I want my buyers turning up to a property pre-prepared so that they can buy the property either without having seen it or they can literally say the property and make a decision then and there. Yes, we like it. I mean, why do they need to call back? Like I've given them all the information they need before turning up dead. Hit that saves me a lot of time in follow-up. It's like do you like it? Does it say yes know you've got the contract there if you want to buy it buy it and then I'll manage it for you to yeah, absolutely, you know speaking of removing barriers and things I noticed when I was looking at your bio and stuff on your website, I notice you've got a chatbot. Yes, we do help popular has that been our had a couple of interesting conversations? We get a transcript from every chat though. Usually the opening line is are you a real person? Yeah, they are real people but that's working. Well at it just bounces people's questions and helps them navigate the site very quickly because for some people sometimes it can take a while to find what they're looking for. But we've tried to simplify our website so it is easy, but sometimes it's just not obvious for everyone. Yeah, absolutely. So if I'm sitting here, I'm got a few service problems that I've had a couple of bad reviews and I'm sitting here listening to Mike McGill talking about customer service wage. Wondering where I should start. What advice would you give me spend time with people? It's as simple as that spend time with people giving the time that they need and help them achieve what they want. It's not about what the agent wants about what they want. So yeah, really just sit down and get to know them and how you can help address their problems. That's probably the simplest thing. Yeah. We just we just try and do the right thing whatever and it's really simple. I don't really think about it too much to be honest..
"mcgill" Discussed on The Brown Girls Guide to Politics
"To politics. The BG podcast is about creating a space for Black Brown and indigenous. We'll know color to about the current state of politics to support others breaking into the political sphere and to celebrate incredible women change the course of the country and its history. My special guest today is Alexis. Mcgill Johnson. She's the acting president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. I you enjoy the conversation and talk to you soon. Hi Alexis how are you doing today? I'm Great Ashanti. How are you good so excited to talk with you especially during this time of doing what cove it and learn more about the work that planned parenthood is doing but I I definitely want our listeners to learn more about you so everything that she do? It's really rooted in social justice which I admire so much and advocacy. What brought you to want to do this. Work like many of us particularly black women women of color we were kind of raised in the backdrop of social justice movements I was born in nineteen seventy seventy-two actually just about five months before Roe was decided so I like to say I'm as old as row. But what that meant for me is that you know I. Also benefited from all of the the fights with respect to you. Know to Making access to and control of our bodies legal and you know and so for the most part during my formative years while my parents were really active in any number of causes for me. The idea that I couldn't control my body kind of growing up was never something that I would probably take take it for granted and it wasn't until ten years ago eleven years ago. I was walking down the street in New York City and I saw this billboard with his cute little black girls face on it she must have been about five years old and just kind of instinctively reflexively looked up to see what was she selling. 'cause you know had to be an ad for something you don't always see us advertising for things and I got closer to it and it said underneath the most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb. Just I could not get my head around that free me. The attack of you know black woman always been demonized for our reproductive choices. And you know our healthcare's always have on the line and the idea that there was such a targeted focus and such ed monarch way just literally couldn't stop talking about it and I had spent you know. Virtually my whole career in politics and working at the intersection of race and social justice in politics and I ran into Cecile Richards of former president of planned parenthood. And I said you know. Do you know about this billboard. You know what they're doing. Do you know what they're saying and she was like yes hate you and I was like well. You need to do something about it. And she said no. Actually you need to do something about it and she recruited and said she recruited me to the board. And you know where. I spent almost ten years really digging deep at the intersection of not just the work that planned parenthood health centers do everyday to to provide care but also to consider all of the ways in which you know women of Color and particularly are impacted. And you know I've been here percents. That is a such a great story and when you mention that billboard that poster that you saw it reminded me of like seeing those two and just getting that feeling that instinct of just. Wow any chance. People have to kind of demonize women of color especially black women like they will take it and even put it on a billboard just to say this is truly what we think about you but with planned parenthood. I also WANNA take the time to talk about the fact that there are lots of services that planned. Parenthood does offer for women. So can you tell us a little bit more about your health centers? Yes of course. Look I mean planned. Parenthood for more than one hundred years has been providing essential sexual reproductive healthcare in education and also fighting for that access to care. They're almost one in five. Women have been to planned parenthood in their lifetimes and they've seen our providers for cancer screenings birth control sti screenings testings and treatments. And of course portions well and so. I do think that planned parenthood. Ten people tend to understand planned. Parenthood is only providing a service of a bar planned parenthood's provide primary. Care Service there on the frontline of covert right now but we are oftentimes the provider of choice and the and the first point of entry into the healthcare system for many communities when we have such a limited access to public health. Care so you talked. Abou Cecile Richards. Who are some of the other women who have inspired you along the way while you've been doing this work you know? I mean yes is been a dear friend and a great thought leader around reproductive health care. Kimberly Crenshaw's workaround intersection -ality. I'M GONNA academic by trade political scientist by trade and win. Her work around. Intersection came out. It really gave a name and a frame to what so many of us experience right that we don't we don't take off what identity to become a woman and we don't take our gender identity to express ourselves as as black women but we can literally sit at the center and understand the multiple experiences and how they show up and I think you know the intersection work. And how that has informed the work of Reproductive Justice Communities folks like Monica Simpson at Sister. Song folks like days on Yellow Out Loretta. Ross who've just been Really icons for me in understanding from a movement centered side. A people centered side. What it really means to actually deliver to deliver on the promise of the CARE. Not just actually provide the service and so you know those are the kind of how I've lived most of my social justice life and the that I've chosen to do I'm constantly thinking about how this shows up at. The epicenter intersection shows up at the center. Becomes really important for me Some so you stepped into the role of acting president of planned parenthood. You're definitely leading an organization during this tumultuous time and we're actually seeing that a lot of people are using the Cova pandemic as an opportunity to again just a full out assault on reproductive freedom. What are some of the ways that planned? Parenthood is fighting back against this. I mean this is crazy right. I mean we are in the middle of a global pandemic. People are just trying to survive. I mean some of us is I just preparing for this interview. Our home home schooling children many women are you know are in the low wage jobs that have been deemed essential. And so they're trying to grapple whip getting to work and also taking care of their kids win the majority of healthcare workers. And you know when you've probably seen the Kobe just the preliminary cova data around some of the disparities but that black and Latino communities in particular are facing not just the harshest economic consequences but also the the disparities in terms of treatment and death given the amount of bias built into systems. And so all of this is happening and these politicians who are so anti women and wounded help have decided to exploit the and the fear and the urgency in this moment to push their political agenda. And you know I think it's it's completely insane that governors in several states states like Texas states like Iowa Alabama. Oklahoma have decided to issue executive orders suggesting that abortion is not an essential service suggesting that it's not clearly not time sensitive service we know abortion is essential. We have been you know working with all of our partners in states to get that critical information for you know to to fight these policies litigating against them. Take them to court. I'm and yet we're also having to support our patients in getting the care that they need so some of those ways in which we're doing we're identifying how may get from Texas to one of our affiliates in California said a woman from Texas came to to Los Angeles last week for medication abortion like just to highlight the absurdity of the attack that someone is literally getting in a car getting cars or planes trains under the guise of because they've been told that abortion is not essential that they're are actually traveling and making themselves more at risk and other people at risk with respect to the pandemic because they need this time sensitive procedure special thanks to Madison Reed for supporting this episode. Cynthia the producer of the BG podcasts. And I talk about heroin. Cynthia usually dies her natural logs at her local.
"mcgill" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"But I found it I am finally started season six man two different timelines going on are you confused I'm very I love it though I'm not I'm not so confused that I'm lost interesting to see the first time line of the alternate two thousand four thousand four yeah and the current timeline of two thousand seven how they're going side by side and how they will how a man man here we go so you just can't wait to get done with that I can't show her can't Hey after years of searching printed by found my hat okay look at this if you're watching on video I've always wanted it's a newsboy okay and everybody says well big deal flat cap eight PM flight cap you can get those anywhere no modern hats are not right okay this is the the hat that average Ulysses McGill Ulysses ever McGill yeah I would say who makes me bonafide bona fide bona fide bonafide funny fight these leaders of their lots of room lots of sloppiness on there in the and I like the smell of my hair treatment and I think there are ways that for ever and that is very frivolous awesome yeah anything else hate will really quickly yes we can we found for the fifty four hour film fest uhhuh and hopefully here in the next couple weeks I'll be able to publicly share that that little short film is only five minutes Michael you got to see it is we both laughed delightful yes it it then that's how it's meant to be I can't wait till you can share that with everybody Brenda what's coming up on finding Christ in.
"mcgill" Discussed on The Babylon Bee
"Real people real interviews. I just have to say that I object strenuously to your use of the word Valeria. It's hard hitting questions. What do you think about it taking you to the cutting edge of truths? Yeah well last yet is one one of the worst movies ever made and it was very clear that Brian Johnson doesn't like Star Wars. Kyle pulls no punches. I want to ask how how you're able to sleep at night right. He's an brings phone shattering common sense from the top rope. Double Dare you. This is the Babylon along. Be Interview. Show all right. Hello everybody the and this is our interview with. Mr McGill Alexander McGill. Thank you for joining us. Thank you it's a privilege to be with you so I I heard of McGill because I have an obsession with these. TV shows where you hear people tell their story where they went through some insane thing where they almost died died and then they lived so then they got to be on TV show and tell people about it So one of those shows is called locked up abroad. It's about people who generally about people blue like do something really stupid. They strap themselves with drugs and then get taken over to some third world country and then get imprisoned for ten years. I like Tijuana yes and But then there's this one standout episode on there about this family. That was clearly.
"mcgill" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Addison McGill on cops behaving badly what you just heard is only a from a video shot outside shore ridge high school when an indie metro police officer had a student in the this is a call to the school because of a fight and run to find I. P. as police already had a student in custody officer Robert Wilson is shown in the video hitting the boy with a closed fist in the jaw putting him in a headlock and kneed him in the abdomen in September the family of the boy found a lawsuit John here reports on attorney Terrence Kennard's response he said pointer son a W. was attacked it short ridge high school by a group of children who had been bullying and harassing him for a week I PS officers responded during their response they detained Mr A. W. while other students continue to attack him he said pointer than trying to get our questions answered by administrators at the school and that didn't happen officer Lawson was charged with battery and striking the student without legitimate concern for self defense the prosecutor Terry curry on September sixteenth curry said Lawson light and police reports saying he hit the boy with an open palm strike fear in the seventeen year old was about to hit him and then another officer saw the boys we get lost in first our next story has not just a police officer in Anderson behaving badly but a police chief to Ashley father with a report from July police chief Tony waters is accused of confronting state troopers as they arrested his son last month prosecutor Rodney Cummings says state police told him waters came up to the troopers and put his finger in their faces during the arrest the chief's son in Anderson police officer is accused of attacking his girlfriend in October interest in mayor Thomas Broadrick junior decided to remove Tony waters from his position because of his interactions with I. S. P. after his son's arrest his last day was on October thirteenth waters wasn't the only chief in the hot seat in February Marvel police chief Matthew long had a warrant out for his arrest Kirk Darling explains soon afterwards Matthew long turned himself and charged with theft and official misconduct say Indiana state police long was accused of manipulating a payroll system in order to give himself more hours of sick leave long denied the claims but court documents show that in twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen long added a hundred and forty two hours to his sick bank meaning he received additional sick days and fifteen hundred and thirty dollars in pay finishing off the segment as an officer that goes by many names some may know him as hot Daddy nineteen eleven others as bush marker nineteen eleven but his real identity is Andrew back of for Wayne police officer that is accused of trying to have sex with underage girls back frequently sent photos of himself standing naked in front of a mirror and asking his victims if you could tie them up and show them while having sex he was also accused of being in a relationship with a sixteen year old from Wayne high school in April police found back thirty seven Snapchat accounts one being bushwhacker nineteen eleven where he made suggestive sexual offers and sage pornographic images of young girls his G. mail hi Daddy nineteen eleven had naked photos of himself and emails from Craigslist looking for sex in October he was extradited back to Allen county after being arrested by US marshals while being deployed with the military in California his first court appearance was October eighteenth backs bond was set for fifteen thousand which you paid and was released from jail on for the nineteen in nineteen only modest kill.
"mcgill" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Addison McGill on cops behaving badly in India what you just heard is only a from a video shot outside shore ridge high school when an indie metro police officer had a student in the this is a call to the school because of a fight and run to find I. P. as police already had a student in custody officer Robert Wilson is shown in the video hitting the boy with a closed fist in the jock putting him in a headlock and kneed him in the abdomen in September the family of the boy filed a lawsuit John here reports on attorney Terrence Kennard's response he said pointer son a W. was attacked it short ridge high school by a group of children who had been bullying and harassing him for a week I. P. S. officers responded during their response they detained Mr A. W. while other students continue to attack him he said pointer then tried to get our questions answered by administrators at the school and that didn't happen officer Lawson was charged with battery and striking the student without legitimate concern for self defense the prosecutor Terry curry on September sixteenth curry said Lawson light and police reports saying he hit the boy with an open palm strike fear in the seventeen year old was about to hit him and then another officer saw the boys we get lost in first our next story has not just a police officer in Anderson behaving badly but a police chief to Ashley father with a report from July police chief Tony waters is accused of confronting state troopers as they arrested his son last month prosecutor Rodney Cummings says state police told him waters came up to the troopers and put his finger in their faces during the arrest the chief's son in Anderson police officer is accused of attacking his girlfriend in October Andersen mayor Thomas Broadrick junior decided to remove Tony waters from his position because of his interactions with I. S. P. after his son's arrest his last day was on October thirteenth waters wasn't the only team in the hot seat in February Marvel police chief Matthew long had a warrant out for his arrest Kurt Darling explains soon afterwards Matthew long turned himself and charged with theft and official misconduct say Indiana state police long was accused of manipulating a payroll system in order to give himself more hours of sick leave long denied the claims but court documents show that in twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen long added a hundred and forty two hours to a sick bank meaning he received additional sick days and fifteen hundred and thirty dollars in pay finishing off the segment as an officer that goes by many names so I know him as hot Daddy nineteen eleven others as bush wiper nineteen eleven but his real identity is Andrew back of for Wayne police officer back is accused of trying to have sex with underage girls back frequently sent photos of himself standing naked in front of a mirror and asking his victims if you could tie them up and show them while having sex he was also accused of being in a relationship with a sixteen year old from Wayne high school in April police found backs thirty seven Snapchat accounts one being bushwhacker nineteen eleven where he made suggestive sexual offers and sage pornographic images of young girls his G. mail hi Daddy nineteen eleven had naked photos of himself and emails from Craigslist looking for sex in October he was extradited back to Allen county after being arrested by US marshals while being deployed with the military in California his first court appearance was October eighteenth backs bond was set for fifteen thousand which you paid and was released from jail for the nineteen ninety nine Madison kill.
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"Eighteen Addison McGill on cops behaving badly what you just heard is only a from a video shot outside shore ridge high school when an indie metro police officer had a student in the this is a call to the school because of a fight and run to find I. P. as police already had a student in custody officer Robert Wilson is shown in the video hitting the boy with a closed fist in the jaw putting him in a headlock and kneed him in the abdomen in September the family of the boy filed a lawsuit John here reports on attorney Terrence Kennard's response he said pointer son a W. was attacked it short ridge high school by a group of children who had been bullying and harassing him for a week I PS officers responded during their response they detained Mr A. W. while other students continue to attack him he said pointer than trying to get our questions answered by administrators at the school and that didn't happen officer Lawson was charged with battery and striking the student without legitimate concern for self defense the prosecutor Terry curry on September sixteenth curry said Lawson light and police reports saying he hit the boy with an open palm strike fear in the seventeen year old was about to hit him and then another officer saw the voice we get lost in first our next story has not just a police officer in Anderson behaving badly but a police chief to Ashley father with a report from July police chief Tony waters is accused of confronting state troopers as they arrested his son last month prosecutor Rodney Cummings says state police told him waters came up to the troopers and put his finger in their faces during the arrest the chief's son in Anderson police officer is accused of attacking his girlfriend in October interest in mayor Thomas Broadrick junior decided to remove Tony waters from his position because of his interactions with I. S. P. after his son's arrest his last day was on October thirteenth waters wasn't the only team in the hot seat and February Marvel police chief Matthew long had a warrant out for his arrest Kurt Darling explains soon afterwards Matthew long turned himself and charged with theft and official misconduct say Indiana state police long was accused of manipulating a payroll system in order to give himself more hours of sick leave long denied the claims but court documents show that in twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen long added a hundred and forty two hours to his sick bank meaning he received additional sick days and fifteen hundred and thirty dollars and pay finishing off the segment as an officer that goes by many names some may know him as hot Daddy nineteen eleven others as bushwhacker nineteen eleven but his real identity is Andrew back of for Wayne police officer back is accused of trying to have sex with underage girls back frequently sent photos of himself standing naked in front of a mirror and asking his victims if you could tie them up and choked them while having sex he was also accused of being in a relationship with a sixteen year old from Wayne high school in April police found backs thirty seven Snapchat accounts one being bushwhacker nineteen eleven where he made suggestive sexual offers and sage pornographic images of young girls his G. mail hi Daddy nineteen eleven had naked photos of himself and emails from Craigslist looking for sex in October he was extradited back to Allen county after being arrested by US marshals while being deployed with the military in California his first court appearance was October eighteenth backs bond was set for fifteen thousand which you paid and was released from jail on for the nineteen ninety nine that is looking.
"mcgill" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Laurie McGill McGill. Why don't call? You McGill Laura Gill. But I like it. Actually Gill short for your real last name. Isn't it? As. Go patrick. You don't have to say that. I think a no, I think Gill is just a fun. Little short way to remember my name at towns really cool. And a my dad's nickname in high school was guil-, and my brother, nickname me little Gill. And I was calling myself Gill for a very long time. So. No, I love it. The only reason I know that is, is in our car in correspondence with the Lisa because we're setting you up with you know that pay pal account 'cause you live in Canada. At least it said, though, I know Lisa said, wait a minute. Laurie isn't live in Canada. I said, no, I know. She's just up the road. So. I was looking forward to meeting her in person and she's like, yeah. Someday. You know, when we go to. I don't know how that happened. But anyway, what, what is your pick? Ms Gill, Patrick when I fly to come. Visit you? Fly. All you could fly. It's not a long flight out. No, it would take longer just to get to the air. That's right. That's right. When I go flying, I will be using flight tunes and Leo. You probably wouldn't want to see something like this to it's wireless, bluetooth transmitter, which exist in the world. That's not that big of a deal. This wins made by Scotian. They're, they're pretty darn good company. This particular version allows you to pair to bluetooth speakers to any device, that is it only has three point five millimeter checks. So in this case, they're specifically talking about airplanes because they don't you can't get bluetooth on airplane. When you're trying to watch movies, you can use it with, like exercise devices, or even you receiver at home, that, you know, if it's really old in it doesn't have a blue cheese connection like mine, you can plug this into the three point five millimeter Jack and it becomes a bluetooth transmitter for your headphones. This one likes to do it with two sets of headphones..
"mcgill" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"Chris Brown broke. I'm not mad occurs. I think Christmas I think I think both of them kings. But if I had to say who had a Beth army artists of the past ten fifteen years, I'm gonna Galen Chris Brown. Now that's about that's my one in my too easily who no, no. Fuck with trade. But no trade you saying McGill has had more hits McGill than Chris Brown. Don't be racist right now. Okay. Cause all y'all wanna build a wall around r&b and keep Miguel out because he's Mexican all right? Because every meeting that I saw did not have Miguel in the memes, and I'm like how to fuck y'all. Forget about mcgeough. What songs does he had adorn dawn, how many dreams all I got is you quickey wowed heart the shit off fucking shit, the the war and LIZA Al notice it off. Wow dot album NWF with corrupt make Joe he got joints. Catalogue? First of all, I don't is the best arm be song of the past fifteen years. Second best Rb song of the past fifteen years is fuck you back to sleep by Chris Brown is no doubt in my mind. That creek brought him go are the guys that we should be debating over the past ten fifteen years this generation. I don't look at us. This generation. I don't look at all Kelly is this generation. You know what I'm saying? And everybody else has raising their hand is not really even in the conversation. Not in the conversation. J holidays, definitely not j you got mistaken for valley. And then had the nerve to say had the nerve to unmitigated gall to say, I know valley with a Gucci jacket on. Valets make money the average salary valley twenty thousand but they probably make doubled adding tips all.
"mcgill" Discussed on Front Burner
"Why did you choose to go to the head coach about it? And to speak out about it more. You know, I think when something like this happens to person they need to choose how they want to carry it or not carry it. Whether they just wanna bury it should away or whether they just want to deal with privately or whether they want to deal with Bubba Klay. And what I wanted to come out of this was as much as possible to prevent any future. Into incidences of something like this happening again or hazing in general. And the only way to do that was to talk to the coach push the administration, and it was actually some reporters ended up figuring out who I was. And the fact that I was on the roster beforehand, and then not on the roster soon after that they maybe should reach out to me. So I ended up talking to them. Because you know, the people are had known what happened. And so I was just telling my side story still at McGill where the police ever brought in to investigate what happened to you. I was told by the university that if I followed. Charges with the police that they would immediately step away and not do anything would all be handled by the police, which in my mind, meant, no policy change and this systemic issue just remains intact McGill. And so my choice was to where I felt I could make a bigger impact was by pushing the university and making them actually changed the way things worked there rather than having perhaps a couple students charged and that would be that. I felt the bigger impact would be done if I can make the changes university. And so eventually filed a complaint with the university provost, which is basically kind of like the ombudsman, and they provost office launched a full investigation into it and ended up suspending players and eventually ended up canceling the football season. So it wasn't until that. That actually felt that things were changing things were going. And as a result, the university administration at the time created zero tolerance policy towards hazing to to meeting. The entire the entire season of that sports team would be cancelled. If there are any painting..
"mcgill" Discussed on Front Burner
"Eventually got up through the chew toy somewhere into the crowd and went right home and had players tried to stop me saying all a joke in come on. And we'll stop it. Now. No one else wants to go through it. And I was found out later through the process that after I left they realized that they were in a jam and shut everything down and took the other guys out for drinks after. So, you know, they obviously knew this was wrong and calling it an initiation or hazing is trying to use that as an umbrella term to kind of lessen the impact of what people are actually doing these days under that guy's of hazing. So after you left that night what what happened? After I left. I went back and went back to the front. My friends who is staying at and to be honest, Phil berry loan, and you know, it wasn't until the next day that I am appearing from the head coach who asked me to come in and talk to them. And so the next day there. I was walking by all these players who I felt were glaring at me and had to walk into the head. Coach's office which is right writing from the locker rooms. And you know, he told me that you know, he told them not to do this. And they did anyways. And you know, I should feel free to come back and that didn't sit well with me. So I continued to after I left the McGill that day I going leaving Montreal and not. I didn't feel safe there anymore..