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"mcrae" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"To see you gago tower in ten minutes from kansas city. Like it's still not my roots and candidacy even women's tiger. I got back to fourth kansas city a lot during the seasons because of all day like you know ninety five ninety six season. That was as much fun as i had plenty of baseball in trying to get enjoy being major league baseball player in a major city as you can have because during the bulls are going on at that time. Blackhawks was pretty good. It was just a good time to be an athlete in chicago. You know i was. We're close to making the playoffs. Ninety five it's not so much ninety six and i got traded in ninety seven but those two and a half or three years that i've played chicago my family my friends i got to hang out with them for four in joy being big league ball player born. I ever did anywhere else. That i play so when you got to the did you see a marked difference between american league pitching in a nationally pitching because you did put up you saw. I saw a difference in the manners. How they run how they ran. The i'm fired call. And all of those things students. My skill set at the time so in the americas and i thought the strike zone was liberal. The games of the along fast. I thought they played for the beginning as much as they do in the american league. All those things in my favors. And i like the national league city. The city's i visit nationally cities. We're much better fit american cities and it was just. It was just a good fit for me in a in the national league. Did you ever try. Take a piece of the ivy off the wall. I ran into the ivy one. Ninety five my first year and i learned even though the ivy looks like padding on the wall there still brick behind that. I never did it again. It's a smart way to go about it. But i like the first time i went to wrigley field. I i wanted to try to. I wanted to try to lean over and take a piece of ivy as keeps. did you. While you with the covid you ever do they ever let you do that or it probably would never i don't i don't i what i have. I have dirt the infield of wrigley. And that's about it. I haven't much. I've ever really think about it at the time. I i have moderate facts from other stadiums old say forever plus stadium patty misty park in chicago. I was able to some of those parks that were transition last playing. I was able to get some things those parts. But i never would wrigley being my home field. I forgot about getting something for. Ib would have been easy thing to take and put it back. Get to go share. We're talking with. Brian mcrae so after chicago and ninety seven. You get you get traded to the mets and the mets are on the on the up and up at this point. Probably downtime has in the right direction when you walk into that clubhouse what what's your first impression in the mets when you get there in chicago was not very good and i was..
Montana's Governor Says Conceal-Carry Law Bolsters Self-Defense Rights
"Will soon be able to carry concealed firearms on campus without a permit. Yellowstone Public Radio's Kevin traveling reports. Montana State University. Senior Chance kind is on his way out the door of his Bozeman apartment, keys, wallet phone, double checking My knife pens. My pencils Got a Glock has is the case Most times kind is in public. He's carrying a concealed Glock 19 pistol in his jeans. Practically muscle memory for the 22 year old to grab heading out the door. We've interest to get some groceries. Thank you. Yeah, but one place he can't carry a concealed gun, His college campus. At least until June. 1st when the new law goes into effect at state universities, a third generation Montana and from a farm and ranch area kind of grew up around guns. After shopping for groceries, he breaks down in brushes his pistol. Well, looks like we're actually pretty. Clinton's students who carry on campus will need to finish the hunters, education or basic gun safety course. Kind, says he's practice, drawing his pistol in front of his bathroom mirror, something he hasn't had to do for real after carrying for 2.5 years, and I thank God every day for that kind, says his father, a former sheriff's deputy taught him to take care of himself and others to be the first line of defense. In case there's an active shooter situation. For example, you are the hidden protector. You're not looking for a fight. But you're willing to finish it. Montana's new governor, Greg Jean Forte, is a friend to gun rights advocates as the state's first Republican executive and 16 years he's starting to enact long held conservative priorities. The right of the people. Keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. During a bill signing ceremony last week, GM 40 railed against gun control measures recently proposed by President Joe Biden said the new concealed carry law bolster self defense rights. Montana University system, and most Democratic state lawmakers oppose the bill, fearing it could lead to accidents and more students harming themselves on campus. Montana has the nation's third highest suicide rate, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies have consistently found that suicide risk increases with access to guns. So this is like the main lobby area where a lot of people like Tonto Hang out. Do homework knew our worries MSU freshman and dorm resident Daisy Cory, who's loving her college experience, but just the thought of someone having a gun in the dining hall when I'm just trying to eat a sandwich. Good morning. That's scary. If there's a dispute, she says she won't feel safe next fall. Knowing students may have guns in the library or one of her philosophy class is their signs on the front door that say no nicotine. No tobacco, But you're allowing 18 year olds have guns who are drinking on the weekends and are living with a bunch of people. It's totally crazy to me, Corey says. Hearing about the concealed carry bill unearthed trauma from her childhood in Colorado and age 13. She says she was playing Jenga alone with a friend when he took his own life with a handgun in front of her. Now. Cory says she's considering transferring from MSU. She's hopeful the Montana University system will challenge the new law in court, but Deputy Commissioner Kevin McRae thinks that's unlikely. Instead, he says, the Board of Regents will probably implemented law with an eye toward the 10 states that currently allow students to carry guns on campus. But even the areas that we look to for best practices there are different nuances that Keep this sort of uncharted water and knew. For example, McCrae says, Montana will be the only state to allow 18 year olds to carry guns in dorms for NPR News and Kevin traveling in Helena.
Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones review – a murderous Who-dunnit comes alive
"The recent. You know kind of low budget animation. That they've been doing the more cost effective animation. I should say and thankfully we it was released in twenty twenty and finally have a complete story so this is one of the things on my to do list that i wanted to get to as soon as possible when i was making the new schedule. So this story written by david ellis and now the hulk or zydeco the incredible malcolm hulk who wrote a bunch of notable stories from the patrick troughton in jon pertwee eras including will. Hey the war games. Patrick crowds final story the celerion. The first appearance of this larry ins ambassadors of death which was really cool story that we talked about here it also the seat devils a fun story with the master that we haven't talked yet so that's one of those that hopefully we'll get to at some point here on next up. This was directed by jerry mill. This was the eighth serial of doctor who season four nineteen sixty seven starring. Patrick troughton as second doctor. Unida wills as poly right. Michael craze as been jackson in. This is betty polly's last story by the way. And frazer hines as jimmy mcrae. Mid who at the end of the story gets a promotion to main companion after benn polly Exit the tartus closing out the way of heart once and for all so jesse. I know that this is probably your first time watching the story. I'm guessing david your thoughts about it. So i yeah and i'm gonna have a couple of questions we'll get you that i assume you're going to cover in trivia but just in case you want yeah So i settled down to watch this Linda was out of. Linda was spending the night with her sister. Kaya in a many birthday celebration. And so i watched the first dealer yes. I watched the first three on friday. Night and i watched the remaining three on saturday And i enjoy the. I enjoy the last three a lot more than i did. The first three now. I think part of that may have been. I was a little tired. It was today but also think the first three were a lot of setup. Yeah in once the next three you got really a lot of the story and was really well done so overall. I'm pretty happy with this one. I'm glad we got to see it. Yeah and And i'm looking forward to talking to you about it but my question is In you've probably covered this before. But i have slept since then. Why was so much of patrick. Totten's episodes lost and specifically about this. Well there was a purge by the bbc to essentially make space as i understand it and in the process they junked a bunch of old doctor. Who's they didn't think they needed them anymore. In their infinite stupidity and a lot of them were were episodes. From the william heart. Oh and patron eras you know there was in levin and some others that had managed to recover some of those over time because this was believed in the seventies and since then you know there's been a lot of effort by fans to try and recover episodes which have either been somehow scattered to the winds across the entire globe and or just play lost in this story. They'd only managed to recover episodes one in three. That are returned to the bbc archives. Because hey now they want to keep them a what. I what i find interesting. Charles is the seventies relatively speaking. I mean i love. Lucy had been in syndication. So you think people would have realized the Cordao yet and the importance and also. I know that they talked about that. Many of the early tonight show episodes back with johnny carson. The same thing they just re. They didn't keep them. They did because they didn't think they're reporting. And i remember years ago. I talked to someone and he was british. And he's like yeah doctor who it's it's just the it's just a minor kid show. Yeah i'm sure that was the ski. Oh executive thinking yes the super geniuses as wylie coyote super genius exact who made this horrible decision probably thought. Well it's just a kid show doesn't matter you know they. They won't miss it. We've already done Because back in the day dear listeners you used to have summer reruns until you would show an episode twice and and it was kinda done. So i'm sure they were thinking okay. We've already had a repeat time to move on. It's just it's it was just a really bad unfortunate thing that happened to the show because you know like a lot of classic moments are just now lost in presumably. A lot of these are never going to be available in their original format. Now they're going to be like stories like this. That would probably be reconstructed through animation. Or maybe whatever happens in the next ten years technology wise that they could be recreated so now and i guess they had audio right so now the audio either fans have the audio or someone in so that's for steps are recreating it. Yeah thankfully now though. The upside that. I should mention was that through the efforts of fans a lot of kids at home you know. They had their home tape cassette recorders right. Or whatever you know recording real
"mcrae" Discussed on Past Gas
"You can also chuck away tracking troth launch control center deaths and semi automatic gearboxes when the car is on the stage. The fans watching can't tell if it has an auto launch or a semi auto gearchange or whatever. He's a purist man. I love how many ways he has to say. Throwaway chuck away your inner coors. Throw away your superchargers. Toss away gear dispose of the dirt. Senate deaths in the been taught gearboxes flushed down the commode when colin mcrae arrived at the annual goodwood festival. In june of two thousand seven. He was greeted by the crowd. As a rally. Legend collar remained the youngest person ever to win the title of world rally championship. His name was on the cover of one of the most popular racing video game franchises of all time colin mcrae dirt recently taken some time off from competing in world rally to drive in events like the car rally and twenty four hours a mall but he was in serious talks to rejoin subaru for the two thousand eight rally season. The primary reason for his visit to goodwood was to debut car called mcrae are four street. Legal prototype with a two point five liter. Three hundred and fifty horsepower engine and a body that some compared to the subcompact ford. Caa this this car is crazy. It does look like a car. Yeah with z. Headlights almost yeah..
"mcrae" Discussed on Past Gas
"Yeah yeah he looked at. Wrc like monster trucks. Although mcrae and magnum arrivals on the course they seem to enjoy each other's company off it for example the night before the rally finland event tommy invited colin to his property to in collins recollection. Do some enduro racing. Tommy tore down a road and colin followed sticking with them for two hours before tommy finally pulled over his destination. A local cafe. Were tell me when in order to beer aware that it'd be racing the next day. Colin tried to order water but tommy insisted that the scotsman drink with him colin knew that tony was trying to wear him out before the race but his pride got the better of him. He had the beer and the two drivers drove on through the night. Dude finns know how to drink. Visit both finish. I've never met him but yeah yes. I like oslo because he drives like a rally driver. Funnily enough fredricka is a formula drift driver. But his style is like he's just so fast and so precise but when you watch him drift to me it looks like rally driving wonder if that has anything to do with like experience ice racing. I think it does dude. He spends a lot of time on ice in the offseason. that's cool. yeah. I wanna do that. Videos are so sick. Do you remember that video of like the go. Carts like souped up go-carts on the river. Yeah frozen river. I want to do that so bad and it sounds really fun. I'll pay whatever to make that happen. I would pay three thousand dollars experience yet to fly up to finland or something and ice drifting. Yeah yeah anyway professionally. Things weren't so breezy for colin mcrae after the close contests of ninety six and ninety seven mcrae lagged behind both mac and signs in the standings in ninety eight if in doubt flat out or in the case of the nineteen ninety. Nine.
"mcrae" Discussed on Past Gas
"By the end of the collins legacy looked like a batter trash can but incredibly despite the four crashes. He'd ridden it to an eighth place finish. That's one of the coolest things about watching rallies when they just like flip over and then they're like maybe get out to look at their car for a second and then just drive off yes so cool for the nineteen ninety. Three seasons subaru unveiled the new impresa. Which came along with a now icon co scheme electric blue paint with bright letter. Five five five letter. A british tobacco sponsor splashed across the hood. The car soon known as the impressive five. Five five triple five baby. Pollen drove the cart. Who is first world rally victory in new zealand. Over the years the island nation would become collins favorite race specifically for the roads which he praised as fast and fluid. Ooh yeah next year still driving the impressive five five collins set his sights. On an event eluded his father's grasp the royal automobile club rally of great britain which has an official world rally than eclipse the british rally championships in prestige. The event hadn't been won by brit in nearly twenty years. Ever since roger. Clark one in nineteen seventy. Six colin had actually led the race at points for the previous three years in a row but crashes had meant that the winds would instead go to to you can kooning and carlos sainz the latter of whom was now his teammate on subaru This year it was. Carlos would crash out of the race. Roger clark himself presented colin with the trophy. There you go broadcast brought it back to good jolly ringling there. My net or eight british emma on scottish the next year nineteen ninety five would be a trying season for rally. The previous year's championship had been won by cancun kankkunen. Jeez this is a name. Da oreo oil of the toyota team who had dominated in points total. It wasn't however but collins teammate. Carlos sainz who had got off to a hot start winning two of the three events in monte carlo and portugal colin. Now got off to a slow start being forced to retire and monte carlo and sweden. It wasn't until the fifth of eight events in new zealand that colin started to get out after carlos withdraw from the race after hurting himself in a mountain bike accident. Colin rather took his first win in the season. He followed this up with a second place. Finish in australia or carlos who had previously been at. The top of the points was forced to retire. All this lead up to the penultimate race of the season and carlos his home country of spain. The two teammates had managed to outperform toyota's favored drivers in at the top of the point. Standings despite their dominance a scandal diverted attention from the budding inter team rivalry. I know where is going. The faa which is the sanctioning body of the wrc mandated that each car run with restrictor plate on their turbo to limit the amount of air that can be drawn by the engine in spain however it was discovered that toyota had secretly modified their restrictor plates so that while appeared perfectly normal upon inspection when it was installed a set of hidden springs created a five millimeter gap between the restrictor and the turbo allowing as much as twenty five percent. More extra air into the engine. In response toy drivers who f- i determined were unaware of the cheat were stripped of their points and disqualified from the remaining two races. That doesn't sound like something. Toyota would do but they did. It's one of the most Ingenious cheats of all time. I can still not really conceptualize how it works because it can only work when it's installed like you can't really see how it works. That's how genius this engineering machining there. Yeah so these are the circumstances going into the rally at catalunia that led to colin refusing to back down from contesting the race against his teammate. Carlos which of course recovered at the beginning of this episode two were neck and neck and points and with the toyota disqualified. No other driver was even close to the two leaders in the end. Colin ended up listening to the advice of his dad and allowed carlos to win the event. The final event of the year was the british rule. Championship collins started the race. Mad still heated from the events in catalonia two days into the event he and signs yet again neck and neck but a tire puncture dropped mccray backed by minute still collins. Aggression kept him in the race in the forest stage. Colin was stopped by a bent suspension component. But fans helped him lift up the car. So that mcrae and his co-driver derek ringer could bang the part back in shape with a log. Nice by day three. Despite the setback mccray had started to build a commanding lead motor sport magazine. Compared it to another great driver in different discipline who's famous for his aggression flow saying that mcrae had entered the same quote quasi spiritual zone that ayrton senna had spoken about only a few years earlier in monaco. Quite simply nothing could stop him in the end mcrae signs by thirty six seconds winning eighteen of twenty eight stages colin mcrae had done it. He had achieved the promise he had made to his girlfriend allison years ago but he had not yet performed the consistency of his dad but he had one on a bigger stage than jimmy in fact he had surpassed not just as dad but all of his fellow brits becoming britain's first ever world rally champion wow over two million came to watch him win. As one journalist described it quote bagpipes through the mountains of wales as colin drove through stages where spectators lined every mile. Only was he the first uk winner at the age of twenty seven and one hundred nine days. He was the youngest man ever to win the title. Besting ua tonkin's record by about four months. And i'm very sorry that butcher. Us name. It's just a lot of continents in the words of pro drives subaru owner david richards quote each think. I gave him a break but he gave us a big break. Colin hadn't just one aggravates me of batman call in japan just one rally. His passion and joy for the sport had elevated to a new level. people had questioned. What would come for the sport. After groupie ended in there is no longer. The attraction of seeing most powerful cars compete the answer. That question was fine linked clear. It was colin mcrae next week on pass gas. We'll talk about what came next. Recall mcrae as he continued to race. Rally help launch one of the most popular rally video games ever and help build a legacy that will one day come to an abrupt and tragic end boy. Great episode love love colin steel mcrae colin steel mcrae baby lying scotsman the missile crystals baby missile of the thistle. Love it. i'm a. I'm rooting for carlos. Sainz in this. Whoa just came. Just just to.
"mcrae" Discussed on Past Gas
"Rally driver for halloween really nervous. Oh yeah oh you know what. These are cool. Yeah there's a. There's a version of this car. I i think lotus cosworth built the engine of course and made it really fast. It's enforced a horizon foreign fact you like. What would you guys do. If i came to all right. Listen i'm going to get into rally. Let me borrow your car if you buy me new transmission maybe few installing there. You're going to break that transmission. I've never driven a rally car. In fact i just got my license. Let me borrow your car. The sunbeam only cost eight hundred fifty pounds chief even for the time especially compared to the ten or twenty thousand pounds. You could easily spend on a more powerful rally car. There is no turbo fuel injection system or any bells and whistles still. Jimmy stressed to his son. That was crucial for colin. To understand the value of the car. He drove it was a classic lesson in scottish frugality and colin learned it. Well same as honda motorcycle. Colin kept the talbot his entire career. It's value decades later measured not in pounds but precious memories. That's a good. No fear shirt you not is not measured in pounds put in memories. No fear. No fear on the dirt. Colin quickly proved worthy of the mcrae. Name racing club level. He had a huge advantage given that his dad had a full service crew that can help out whereas the sunday drivers was competing against had to work in the cars themselves. It's a bit of a lineup. That being said and was very hands on with his cars quickly became a respected mechanic. And his own right. Colin quickly developed a signature style. Best summarized by his frequently quoted racing motto. If in doubt flat out in the world of rally speed is often seen as an impulse that must be tempered with technical precision and strategy while column was definitely a well rounded driver. He quickly developed a reputation and fan following for his willingness to throw the balanced approach out the window. Instead his goal was to start fast middle fast. Finish fast and win. That's how i approach everything. Yeah finish fast. Next up for colin was his first entry in the scottish rally championship where he would place a respectable eighteenth impressive stuff for teenager. Who couldn't get legally order pint. He was also awarded the flying brick award given to the driver who raced the hardest trial while it's unclear exactly what was meant by the hardest trial. It's safe to say that involves some sort of aggressive maneuvering and the fact that is oh talbot also looked like a brick might have helped not award off the track. Colin displayed a similar level of quiet confidence at the age of eighteen. He was writing along with his buddy and a landscaping truck when he saw local girl named allison hamilton driving on the road ahead of them call and asked his friend who happened. To be allison's brother to catch up with a teenage girl had them. And when they did colin and allison's recollection quote hit me with a few good up. Whatever those lines were they worked and the too soon started dating. that's cute. Alison found collins confidence extended beyond the realm of cheeky. Bents the young mcrae. In allison's recollection always had a great belief in himself like we mentioned in the opening colin still. A teenager boldly told his girlfriend that he would one day. Be world rally champion. Nobody yet new whether that assertion was factor folly but collins confidence was undeniable before he could be world rally champion however colin would. I need to prove that he could compete. And win. at the highest level of the sport actually found the chat up lines Yet we're talking about. Yeah did you. Yeah he got he says i love. You always have you. Wow yeah that's yeah. That's one hundred percent confirmed real. In the legacy of a family it's traditionally the son who shares carries on the mythology of the father when that natural or is inverted in the is the one sharing the story of his son. You know tragedy must be involved. We'll get to the sad final chapters of collins life in the next episode. But i this is colin as his father remembered him early on in his racing days. I actually co drove for colin. At the start of his career on the galloway hills rally in his thirteen hundred nova. He probably frightened me. But i realize pretty quickly that he had talent but it wasn't just his speed. It was his mechanical sympathy towards the car. That was really special particularly when you consider how quickly it was going. That marked him out. As did the results he got with the nova. I really liked the phrase mechanical sympathy. Yeah yeah that's the name of our band yeah. The donor side project The nova in question was collins. I big borrow rally car thirteen hundred. Cc terror made by jimmy sponsor. Vox whole the nova was vauxhall's spin on the opel. Corsa a front engine front wheel drive car homologated for group a rally while it would pale. In comparison to the more powerful cars collar would soon be driving. The nova fit a modest amount of power into a tiny frame. Just like bridget. It had ninety three horse here. It is an zero to sixty time of eight point nine seconds but more so in rally than any other motor sport. It was what you did with it. In collins words straight roads or for fast cars turns are for fast drivers. So great quote. That's love that. Yes got some good quotes. All drivers do somehow race car. Driver just says the tightest stuff risk mclaren had some really great quotes episode of course Head guys the guys in the The isle of man for sure. I think it's something about like that speed. And like the way that your brain operates where you're just like you have a different meditative state or changes you. You just see things differently. Yeah different different no fear. It was nineteen eighty-seven in sweden that colin now eighteen would drive the nova in his first official world rally championship of he wouldn't have to do it alone as ian grindrod collins. Dad's navigator volunteered navigate for his teammates. Kit things got off to a rough start however as on the recci. That's rally slang for a reconnaissance run. Colin collided with a saab on the course and the resulting impact broke port. Ian grindrod stern up. Of course you're going to run into a saab in sweden horse. They're frigging league. They're like here. In florida controlled hunt him or else. They're they're beautiful but their past are. There are a lot of deer in florida. I think like dearer pests in a number of places. Did you hear about all the like horse meat. That is being sold on the side of the roads in florida. The like repackaged or like you know this beef but it's actually horse meat. What i'm not going to buy beef from the side of the road. You that beef. I.
"mcrae" Discussed on Past Gas
"Listen and subscribe to it. When colin steel mccray was dating his future wife alison. He'd often tell her as he worked on his car that he'd one day be world rally champion for anyone but colin. You'd call it his dream but for the laid back yet. Utterly determined scotsman dream was too soft a word. It wasn't collins dream to be the world rally champion. In the stony crags of his scott psyche title was his destiny so when that destiny was the rail at the rally be catalonia nineteen ninety five. The twenty seven year old was understandably. Enraged racing for subaru in spain holland was only a couple of wins away from securing the championship heat foretold to alison years ago but subaru wanted colin leading the rally event. Thus far to ease up and take a loss allowing teammate spaniard. Carlos sainz to win in his home country. Colin refused on the second to last stage. A couple of team managers literally stood in the road waving to colin to slow down begun to glue impress a straight at them forcing them to jump out of the way. You could wake up from a dream. But destiny is a movable. Subaru had told colin that he had to take time penalties in the last stage or he'd be out of job still colin when. Listen there's only one man left who had a chance of changing his mind collins. Dad jimmy himself. A living rallied legend. Jimmy talk colin everything. He knew not just about rally but life. He told his son to take one for the team. Colin had winning and his blood but now his own blood. His father was telling him to go against his instincts. Loyalty the very trait. Colin felt subaru. Now lack was the only true value above winning colin. Begrudgingly took the loss. That day the championship would now come down to the final race of the season. In great britain two million rally fans most of them drawn to rally because of colin and his dad would head to the dreamlike misty. Woods of wales chairman. But this was no dream. The sound of collins subaru could wake the dead. This was destiny. On today's pass gas the flying scotsman. The missile of the fistfuls the deacon of dirt colin steele mccray in israel to the world rally championship forward Colin steele. let's let's stop god. We're going to do two part series and colin mcrae. Finally we've got a lot of requests for mcrae. You're asking us to do something on colin mcrae for years right. Been saying you don't have a podcast but when you do do it on com- cray he'd been wanted a up to speed for a ever on and i just we just didn't feel like it was a long enough format so now that we have this long format we talk about something for two our straight. Its due diligence diligence. And at this point the podcast. I feel like we're We're good enough at podcasting now to do the story justice so now we're doing it. We're getting we're getting there we're getting it's it'll be it'll be a hard fought game but there's a chance that will do the story justice. Yeah i think so. The missile and the thistles is like the most bad ass yet most european. It's fissile 's michelle michelle of the fish oils. Yeah this is what you're eight in. Winnie the pooh. Yeah so if you're unfamiliar with mckree he's basically the reason That you know what. A subaru is He's the that's a bit of a stretch but he definitely made the the classic blue and green livery so iconic blue and yellow blue goals like a green. It's like a it's like a neon yellow green. Yeah he is like Yeah column cray is a subaru. As a michael jordan is nike. yes absolutely He also but he didn't he didn't race every he didn't do every race in a subaru. As will learn He's also the reason that the dirt series exists. These the reason. That james and i are in a video game because you know i. There is colin mcrae rally and then colin mcrae dirt and all that Yup very I tonic figure in the world of rally. I think it's amazing. Just from i think the most amazing part of the intro was that two million people showed up to a race to a rally. That is a ridiculous amount of people. That's got to be up there for like most you know if you would call this a sporting competition. Yeah most people attending a sporting competition like how many people fit into the staple center not million between ten and a hundred probably why what is so fi is they're going to have any rally rally competitions maybe like xbox or xbox x. games will now that seems now the grc's done they had the x. Game or they had x. games rally rally cross at the coliseum. Yeah it ended there right. That was like i mean. We'll save this for the next one but that was like a big win for him right i don't. I don't remember if he won or not but yet call mcrae race there in that golden hawkeye subarea. I believe sponsored by no fear at the time. oh a he flipped over and then he kept driving. That's right yeah. No fear taught me. That pain is just weakness leaving the body. Oh that's a When i was in seventh grade crush on this girl and she had a shirt that said that i had a shirt that said that no fear. Yeah and i remember walking out of mr canopus math class and be like a cool shirt any i think it's interesting that Seventh grade girl was wearing a shirt. That said pain is just weakness leaving yati. Was she a power after looking back on that. That is a strange shirt. Choice for sure i had a no fiercer. Said pain is just a weakness leaving the body in like fourth grade. Who knows about pain in your old boy like when you fall on your rollerblades weakness leave as watt is. That's that's not your bone leaving your body that's just weakness when you trip and fall on your when you're rollerblading on the tennis court because it's their smooth same places the first loser i know. Fear i maybe it's just because i've maybe maybe formula one is coming the dominant summer sadie. Numbed me to expecting a different winner every time but like i'm totally cool with getting a podium position rather than winning outright but you prefer that over getting a first place finish. I do not prefer that. That's not what i'm saying. I'm just saying like yeah i. Did you say that you prefer that. Somebody's get into it. How fear shirts her weird. It's not the pace of life that concerns me. It's the sudden stop at the end. Fear are you know what never had any weird toxic. Masculinity is big dogs. That was always very supportive. Yeah all right. Let's let's get into it. Colin mcrae collins. Steel mcrae rather was born in lanark scotland on august. Fifth nineteen sixty eight to margaret. And jimmy mcrae. They were a working class family. Collins granddad was a blacksmith jimmy. His father was a plumber. It was papa. Jimmy who had unknowingly changed the trajectory of the mcrae clan forever and rally history by extension by proven once. And for all that super. Mario.
Houston-area real estate agent who went missing found unconscious in car in Louisiana, brother says
"Real estate agent that was found unconscious in her car in Louisiana is now in intensive care and unconscious in Saint Patrick Hospital in Lake Charles, according to her brother, one that is the current status of violent McRae's. It remains unclear how she ended up in Louisiana and the animated movie The
"mcrae" Discussed on Let's Be Real with Sammy Jaye
"What are you most excited for. And what is your dream. Venues dream venue would be like madison square garden. That's managed off that. Let's put it out in the universe massive square garden. god definitely. i'm just excited to see people again. I think i'm getting you know so sick of being my piano and being in my room. That energy in a crowd when you're performing at a concert is undescribable. It's literally the most like so much todd in your body you're literally dislike. Don't even remember it after the after the show's done and it's the best willing in the world than just it a lot. That sounds the thought of just like having that much serotonin just because we been in a pandemic for so long. Sounds like so strange. You're so you're a songwriter. You're really good with your words. If you had to like describe just the feeling how would you describe it. I think the biggest thing is you like. I think because i walked into my last tour like at first i was like all right guys. Why are we going on tour. It's knocking it. Knows gonna buy tickets knows gonna show up and then no one's gonna know the words in have him. It was crazy to me when the total opposite thing happened mentally just felt so overwhelmed with love and support and every single person in the crowd new lyrics so it was just like screaming at me at all. So happy like. I don't know it's kind of like a you. Go through a lot of emotions as a teenager in. You're like. I worked so hard and spending so many hours for what you get on stage. You're like this honestly. That's so much better than going into it thinking you're gonna get all that and then get none of that. -tations saves me every time. I like to ask some times. Because i get interesting answers. Would you ever be on. Broadway wanted to broadway for the longest time. When i was younger. It always been. I'm kate and you're gonna see me on broadway. That was my line by line. That was yeah it was. It was my. I'd being serious. It was why you to buy off for solid five years. That's incredible I kinda like that. I don't know. I always wanted to be on broadway. And then i actually realized that the repetition of broadway. I think it's incredible. But i would. Just i don't think i'm the type person to be stuck on one stage for so long songs. Save songs you know. I'd like let's go. Let's go like super fast. Super quick always ready to do a new thing in super creative. So i think i would get like a little get a little repetitive. But i mean some people rock at it and can kill it every single that make it. Look like they've never done it before. Do you have a dream. Broad or favorite broadway. Show that you've seen. I saw hamilton and it was amazing. It's incredible it's definitely my favorite show of all time and speaking of hamilton. A main theme throughout the show is legacy. What would you want your legacy. What do you want to be known for as an artist. Honestly i just wanna make sure at the end of the day that everything i said was real everything i said i wanted to say. I think there's so many people who tell you what's right and what's wrong and everything you should be doing like there's a step by step process of how to be successful and i think it's all bullshit. I do literally think. I've seen this tiktok. You literally need to be your own person and you need to be proud of yourself at the end of the day if i hate asong. I'm always gonna hate that song like. It's just a thing if i and that's why like riding on my songs all my opinion my ear but i've released songs before that been like. Why did i have to release that. Like there was no point. In that i am not proud of it anyway. I don't love it. And i think i just never never wanna feel like that because it's at the end of the day like no one really cares it's Everyone has their own lives to figure out and everyone has their own lives to live. You're just like a little little spec. So i mean that's completely true is there. Is there anything coming up that we can look forward to say. No you just release a single but is there. Is there anything else you can you can talk about. I'll be releasing hopefully a new single within the next month and then in the new year have a couple of collapse which i'm very look then honestly just like rolling out all that i would writing in putting out singles so twenty twenty one Manifesting great years knocking at like twenty twenty though twenty twenty was just rough year. We'll get over it. It's almost done. it's almost done in twenty twenty one. We could maybe meet each other in person said of doing. Virtually this meet more music. I think that's what's going to happen. Perfect i mean i will put it out into the universe. Another thing that i'm doing for my podcast is that i feel like many others. I've been feeling very helpless and so this year for the season. I want to have an artist promote charity. That they're passionate about. Is there any charity that you've worked with or that. You love that you might talk about. It's funny because i'm just doing this thing where every month. I'm doing like a new charity for youtube. All single whole bunch of live songs. Piano and i'll pick a charity. There's this livestream thing. So i mean i'm still trying to figure out what i'm gonna do for the month of november but i think i'm gonna go for like Either mental health awareness award cancer research. I mean i'm like it was a big part in my family. My mom's mom died of cancer. So i always always up to support cancer research for sure so i will have. We'll find senate.
Mental health 911 calls will be handled by experts, not NYPD, in new program
"New york city mayor bill de blasio and his wife shirley mcrae. They've announced a new pilot program for parts of the big apple that will see mental health teams deployed instead of police officers in response to some emergency calls now. They're saying they're going to do this right now. This pilot program in two high need communities. They didn't say which communities those actually are. They didn't specify that saying in emergency situations involving a weapon imminent risk of harm. They will send us mental health team along with an officer. But if that's not the case then they'll just send this mental health
"mcrae" Discussed on WTOP
"McRae way dot com it's ten forty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks lunch for delays in Maryland on the beltway this is the outer loop of the beltway in prince George's county between Allentown road in Pennsylvania Avenue the work remains along the left side eastbound fifty also very slow near sandy point trying to get onto the eastbound span of the bay bridge today the work on the bridge takes the right lane actually the left lane of two it is the right lane that's getting you by westbound all your lanes are open fifteen northbound and southbound in Frederick definitely seeing the backups due to work south out of Monterey Avenue a single left lane gets by northbound your Rosemont Avenue it is the right lane that's getting you by north bound to ten at a crawl is between swan creek road in Palmer road you're staying right to get by the paving project we had the earlier wreck effecting stony run road east of aviation Boulevard or one seventy due to an accident involving an overturned truck watch for the police direction in Virginia fifteen year Braddock road in all the traffic alternates for the work so no major delays elsewhere ninety five three ninety five in good shape as a sixty six in the district it is I. two ninety five northbound before MalcolmX Avenue work is taking a lame with a bit of a delay main street banks advanced technology delivers safe fast and convenient banking is it M. street bank dot com mainstreet bank bank where you breathe I'm reading Kessler WTOP traffic we've got our storm team four four day forecast now with a million draper well out there today will have partly to mostly cloudy skies but warmer than yesterday really get out and enjoy it.
Cubs end season-opening 14-game losing streak on this day in 1997
"Twenty three years ago April twentieth nineteen ninety seven the Chicago Cubs finally won their first game of the season after dropping fourteen straight cubs center fielder Brian McRae remembers the feeling it was a relief to get a win but you know in something and wanted something seem like the same after we've gone almost three weeks into the season and and I want to ball game against the New York Mets the cubs first win of the season didn't seem to matter with ms will come to the ballpark we we got a lead we blew it when we hit we didn't pitch when we pitched we didn't hit it wasn't we didn't play real bad baseball as far as booting the ball and throwing the ball run air what we just got beat the cubs finished last in the National League central I'm Greg Echlin
Re-Thinking Church Missions
"All through the history of the Church of Christ. There has been a ceaseless struggle to maintain the truth that is a quote from Alan McRae Twentieth Century Presbyterian Churchmen and Biblical scholar. He learned that quote firsthand. He was with J Gresham Machen as a student at Princeton Seminary in the late nineteen twenty s and when Mason left Princeton in one across the Delaware River over to Philadelphia to found Westminster Theological Seminary. Mcrae went along with them and a few years later in one thousand nine thirty six when Mason. Who was ousted from the Presbyterian church U S and he formed a new church the Orthodox Presbyterian church well McRae went along with him again. So what was the issue in the Nineteen Thirties and specifically in nineteen thirty six mccray is about this ceaseless struggle to maintain the truth. Will broadly speaking. The issue was liberalism and cultural progressivism This had been at work in the Presbyterian Church USA and many other denominations as well at the time from the eighteen nineties on through the roaring twenties. Mason battled it at Princeton and he was battling it. Within the denomination narrowly. Speaking the issue was missions in nineteen thirty to the fall of nineteen thirty two. A report was issued entitled Rethinking Missions. This report was then published fully in nineteen thirty three no fewer than seven volumes published by Harper again under the title rethinking missions. This project was all funded by John. D Rockefeller it had representatives from seven key positions on mission boards. In seven denominations participated. This document had two major parts. One was based on a fact finding mission and just spoke of the state of missions and the conditions of places three places in particular China and India. Japan were studied the second part raised new ways. That mission should be done and challenge the old ways that missions was being done in a nutshell. What this document wanted to promote was to advance spiritual idealism social brotherhood Economic Welfare and Cultural Unity. The rethinking part means that to think of missions as simply the Great Commission the Proclamation of the Gospel to every tribe to every nation that is too narrow and in fact has been wrong headed we need a different mission. Different approach that represents the realities of the twentieth century so missions needs to be rethought well. This deeply troubled J. Gresham mation. He saw in this and denial of the Gospel and he couldn't believe that not only did his own mission board of the Presbyterian Church U s not only did it not refute this document but it had key representatives. Who are part of it and were promoting it. This was also the time of the missionary. Pearl Buck in nineteen thirty two. She had just won the Pulitzer Prize. She was a very significant figure in American culture and she was a Presbyterian missionary. Who denied the Atonement of Christ the Deity of Christ the authority of Scripture and all of this just perplexed Mason and so he challenged his denomination. He wrote a one hundred and ten page pamphlet to go along with an overture that he introduced in his presbytery and he wanted the Presbyterian Church to refute this document. They didn't and so. In one thousand nine hundred thirty three he formed the independent board of Presbyterian foreign missions that eventually led to his ouster from his denomination and so in Nineteen ninety-six once he was defrocked he just formed a new denomination the Orthodox Presbyterian church six months later January one nineteen thirty seven. Mason died but his commitment to the church and his commitment to the Gospel was evident there in that action of standing against the tide of his denomination and standing for the Gospel. He did not want to rethink missions but rather in the twentieth century he wanted to reaffirm the mission of the Church and the Great Commission. Well that was mentioned in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. And I'm Steve Nichols and thanks for joining us. For Five minutes purchased
Report: Wizards trading for Shabazz Napier, whom Nuggets just traded for
"The wizards of jail guard Jordan McRae to Denver ship for ship bass Napier the date years averaging ten points with five assists per game for the nuggets McRae's was netting twelve points a game for the Wiz earlier Golden State agrees to send d'angelo Russell to Minnesota for Andrew awakens in a pair of draft picks Miami gets entering what dollars Solomon hill NJ crowded from Memphis for Dion waiters justise Winslow and James
Five years trimmed from Gregory McRae's sentence
"A serial child rapist who once said he had abused a thousand children has been released from federal prison that is expected back in Spokane Gregory McRae's former victims are speaking out hands como's Carlene Johnson is here with that story of the seventy five year old McCray was released from federal prison last Friday five years ahead of schedule the early release partly because of good behavior they said but also because he was staying at the Medical Center for federal prisoners in Springfield though they've provided no details what is medical condition is the Spokane area victim one of the eight children he admitted to raping can't believe they let him off on early release you told KXLY the court system has failed her he should never see the light of day and even right now he shouldn't even be or is that I'd be stuck in a jail cell McRae often volunteered to babysit for neighbors and friends encouraging children to call him Papa Smurf he pleaded guilty in nineteen ninety nine he once estimated he had one thousand child victims and my eyes this guy's a terrorist federal prison reform act passed by Congress allows for more inmates even seriously convicted inmates like him to be freed early
Transgender people in U.S. still face conversion therapy attempts
"Us for the this show is mcrae game. He's founder of hope for wholeness. It was it is a leading conversion therapy program in the country this week he publicly announced he's gay and renounced all aspects of conversion therapy also with us from toronto. Now is matt ashcroft. He attended his first conversion therapy program in two thousand fourteen at the age of twenty four with the hope of repairing his relationship with his father. He's currently inactive seeking a ban on conversion therapy centers from across across canada matt. Welcome to on point. Thank you samat that. Tell us where you were <hes> emotionally and mentally at the point at which you decided to enter this. Why did you feel it was necessary to do so. And what were you seeking to accomplish so being in a caribbean family <hes> or at least grow growing up in a caribbean family. Being gay is not really a thing balls but specifically jamaican. I didn't really have a good relationship with my dad and i thought that that through the worm hole of the internet that this is the only way that i can re- rebuild or payroll relationship with my dad matt to be clear like you were identifying his gaelic. You knew that you wanted to date. Young men like this is kind of where you were or like. How would you have identified yourself. At that time i would've done defy it as me just going through a lot of shame and just being at a dark place i also did turn to religion <hes> quite a legia agia at eighteen and i also had a lot of shame from religion with <hes> homophobia and homophobic all homophobic preaching so and so you say you go you go online like you go into the interwebs and you're like i am going to find something. That's gonna help me out and this just pops up a you. <hes> it was it wasn't it wasn't that easy of a process. It was more it was more so like talking to people <unk> getting super involved with mike christian faith at the time and just just ultimately just going into fundamental fundamental fundamental. Isn't that didn't <hes> that doesn't work for me. Now i wanna play a couple of clips to give listeners an understanding of what's under girding some of the thinking here the elite joseph nicolosi created what became known as repair to therapy conversion therapy <hes> and he introduced many of the foundational concepts adopted widely by <hes> these these kinds of organizations across the country here nicolosi was in an interview with vice from two thousand fifteen. Everyone's heterosexual the idea that <hes> some people are naturally homosexual. Naturally gay is just a a social construct so when you have an individual who has same sex attraction we see it as something went wrong developmentally and we try to resolve the issue and put them back on the path toward their natural heterosexuality nicolosi nicolosi maintained that childhood trauma possibly exacerbated by domineering mother detached father might lead to homosexuality <hes>. I wanna say that you know the american medical association the american psychiatric association of both sort of thorough statements <hes> essentially disavowing or denouncing the idea of any scientific fecta liquidity of being attached to what they you know the american psychiatric association called psychotherapeutic modalities it said <hes> any such anecdotal reports. It's of cures are counterbalanced by anecdotal claims of psychological harm. I wanna play the clip of <hes> involving the trimmer family. <hes> adam trimmer grew up outside. I richmond virginia struggling to keep a secret from his deeply religious southern baptist parents when he decided to come out to his mother paulette. It didn't go well. <hes> paulette trimmer related this to earn moriarty for c._b._s. Sunday morning last november. I wanted him to know that it's in the bible and you're going against god. Did you hug him at that moment again and i remember hearing him. Tell somebody when i went to a mom and instead of getting love and support. I got religion
HealthTech - The Wearable Reducing Hospital Readmissions
"Today, I want to turn my attention back to health tech. Current health recently announced that he's a powered remote patient monitoring wearable device. Receive class to clearance from the US food and Drug administration, the FDA for hospital care, and this current wireless device provides continuous ICU level patient monitoring, which essentially enables clinicians to better determine the hell trajectory and intervene early an ultimate -ly improve patient outcomes and current health. Ceo, Christopher mcken has been on the podcast before. But I invite him back on again today. So we can discuss the advancements being made in healthcare an IOT and out together, the helping improve patient care so book up and hold on tight as I beam your ears all the way to Edinburgh in Scotland. So we can speak with Christopher mcken CEO at current health. So massive warm. Welcome back to the show. Chris can you tell snooze? Labat who you are. And what you do. Yeah. Hi, Neal delighted to be buying. I'm trust me cannon. I'm the CEO and cool friend or of current health. And I think the last thing we would on your show we were knowing not forty but we've saying helpfully changed name though to not cut it. We health tech company based in Edinburgh and New York, raise the eleven million dollars and employees currently people although were were growing rapidly at the moment. Now, we last spoke on I think it was episode six hundred sixty seven where he revealed your ally powered patient monitor solution and just went on it Mr. episode, can you give them a quick overview of what current health is. Maybe the story behind your rebranding and the problems that you set out to solve a cool. And so my my win by in the computer science and then medicine, and I started the company with my cool brendor actually is a major who shouldn't. And the the problem are our meshing that we had was really simple. We just wanted to help help them to identify patients the at risk of getting that on Ilia point. And Ray, no, the don't really have a way of minting visibility of patient hell on those signing when that patient is stopping to deteriorate on and getting to go and see that patient Elliot here that is both an exact. So we do is winnable on the upper arm of the patient. We monitor them across a whole bunch of ideological matrix where and super high accuracy, so things like oceans accusation and responded to rate, and we integrate with a bunch of other devices are in the body from things like Spiro McRae or wait. And then we take all of that information and use it under signed as a patient health trajectory, and can we LA are a health care professional much much jelly appoint than currently possible. So they can intervene L E R, and we rebranded because our or existing name Billick. It didn't really really set with what we were trying to achieve then really mean anything until I actually am. We just happen to the dot com. The name and went with it. So we decided that we would we would try and fight the name that was more fighting for the mesh that we were trying to achieve and we went with Conan hill. I playoffs a fantastic move as well. The difference between snap Fulton and current health. You just know exactly what it is straight away. Yeah. We we think we feel much happier with it. And since we last spoke you recently, an absent your AI, powered remote patient monitoring wells device receive class to clearance from the US food and Drug administration the FDA old for hospital offer hospital care. I mean, that's an incredibly big deal for you. You guys he told me a little bit more about what that means for you at current house. Yeah. I mean, it was an amazing. My also in forest is the culmination of 'em yields of walk on the part of our team, and we're one of a very very small number of and devices anywhere in the world. Weser vacation, and it gives us actor the US market, but it's also an enormous validation point from and one of the world's most most diligent regulate does it was a huge amount of work and photos together, and it was a huge sum Hove stamp of approval for his when we actually go to 'em celebration for the team and all the work that the. It feels like a huge step in the right direction. But how did you see the advancements in healthcare, and I oversee and how to get how do you think that can all actually improve patient care and move to more than like a proactive approach to healthcare all the traditional reactive? Yeah. Well, I think if you will through waned one hundred years the disease that we saw for indict from where different than the RTD and infant mentality was higher and hundred years ago and life expectancy was lore, and we tended to die quick are from shore or Talamo Lucy's whereas today, thanks to the incredible environments and science and medicine, we can all live longer disease that would have been a death sentence one hundred years ago, or no, long-term lovable and chronic. And that's great. But the flip side of that is or health systems are no facing real strain from an older population who have disease that require and more frequent contact on long management. So, you know, shoe
North Carolina Republican operative charged in election fraud scheme
"Charges in the last of the unresolved midterms and North Carolina congressional race. Where a new election has already been ordered by a state board political operative and convicted felon, Leslie McRae. Dallas was arrested Wednesday morning and indicted on three felony counts for election fraud that up ended North Carolina's congressional district. Nine race Dallas is accused of tampering with male and absentee ballots to favor. Republican candidate Mark Harris Harris was ahead of democrat, Dan McCreevy by nine hundred and five votes, but the state did not certify the outcome because of suspicions of election fraud Harris had denied knowing about Dallas's shady past before hiring him. But then cried as his own son told North Carolina's election board that he warned his father
New Election Ordered in North Carolina Race at Center of Fraud Inquiry
"According to MBC news. This is the first time in US history that anew election has been called for a federal office because of election fraud that with Jimmy Williams and joining us Judd leg author and founder of popular dot info. And judd. This is pretty extraordinary because Mark Harris was defending himself all the way to the end. Their point appointed, which it wasn't clear even knew McRae. Dallas the person who perpetrated these frauds, and then his son got up on the stand. It all change. What happens now is he likely to run what happens, and is there going to be any remedy against him for this frog? I think he's very unlikely to run. And here's why there were his sons testimony you played a clip. It was extremely compelling and dramatic, and essentially he breaks down the idea that Harris had been talking about since the election that he didn't know anything about Dallas. Or the fact that Dallas was involved in legal activities because I was warning him not just for weeks. But for years that Dallas was trouble. But the real problem, and the reason why I think he may not run again is that he was also exposed the fact that he did not turn over to the investigators the emails that establish these conversations with his sons, and then was lying on the state under cross examination from the lawyer representing the democratic candidate, Dan McCreevy that he had told his younger son that he didn't expect those emails to come up, so sort of know ille- withholding information from the investigators. So I think the combination. Of all that it just looks too bad for him. I don't think Harris will run, although he hasn't indicated definitively their way.
North Carolina Republican's son says warned father about operative's past
"North Carolina State board of elections. Just finished a three of a public hearing that it's trying to get to the bottom of what happened in the states ninth congressional district last year the outcome of that race still hasn't been called state. Election officials accuse a political operative named McRae. Dallas of running an illegal scheme to collect absentee ballots. He was working for the Republican candidate Mark Harris in what was very tight race NPR's miles parks has been at all three days of this hearing, and he joins us now. Hi miles. So understand today's session revealed tensions within Harris's family over the decision to hire. Dallas. What happened? Yeah. We heard some pretty compelling testimony from Harris's son, John Harris, who's actually an assistant US attorney in North Carolina. He testified that he had looked at previous election results from two thousand sixteen and noticed a disturbing pattern of results based on somebody who is hiring this political operative this McRae. Dallas basically he saw public records. That indicated ballots were being returned for this candidate in batches leading him to. Believe that somebody in bladen county where this investigation is centered somebody there was collecting ballots, which is a legal. So then his father in two thousand seventeen comes in and says he's thinking about hiring McRae, Dallas. And he really has an issue with that investigators show an Email where he even forwarded the North Carolina statute that said collecting ballots is a legal North Carolina to his father. What have we learned about this scheme that investigators say Dallas was running? So for the past three days. Former employees of Dallas described how they collected ballots and one employee even said she filled in multiple ballots down ballot races, which is a legal North Carolina. Again, it's illegal even just to collect ballots, North Carolina. They also described how they were instructed different ways to make sure that state and local officials. I didn't get any red flags about the operation, and the consultant who paid Dallas his name's Andy Yates, he said a number of times that he didn't have any warning signs about Dallas. That's even though the state investigated, Dallas and. Thousand sixteen and there were a number of. News reports about that investigation. Harris said that he knew of no illegal activity on behalf of his campaign. So what does today's testimony mean in light of that? Well, he can't really say anymore that he was not warned. Here's how his son John Harris put it I raised red flags at the time. The decision was made to hires Dallas. That's what I did. But he also says he thinks McRae. Dallas lied to his father about what he was doing to get out the votes. Andy Yates, testified that doubts that he was only registering people that he wasn't collecting ballots. John Harris says that he thinks his parents believe McRae Dallas, and he did not. He says also added at the end of his testimony that his father did things in his campaign differently than he would have these hearings were initially scheduled to just last two days. This was three that just wrapped up in. It seems like there's more left to uncover. How long do you think this is gonna last and how long before voters in the ninth district has a member of congress to represent them? So at this point if definitely looks that this could like this could last the the rest of the week if not longer we still haven't heard from Mark Harris, he's set to testify tomorrow morning. And his campaign says he is very ready and eager to do that. If the state board they're going to vote at the end of this hearing, whether or not to hold a new election order certify, Harris, if they decide to hold a new election that process could take months North Carolina ninth district voters in North Carolina's ninth district could be looking at not having representation in the house until late summer early. Fall at the
North Carolina election fraud hearing begins
"For the very first time. We finally have official factual findings in the crazy case of potential election fraud in North Carolina's ninth congressional district. You might remember more than three months after election day. They finally began the state election board hearing today, and it is extremely damning for the campaign of Republican Mark Harris. Here's how the executive director of the North Carolina State board of elections laid it all out. We we were by day show than a coordinated unlawful ace essentially resource as now the scheme operated, eighteen Lashin Laden, Dan Ross. State investigators found at least one thousand ballots were illegally requested by a man named McRae. Dallas whereas employees well over the nine hundred and five vote margin that decided the race Dallas, stepdaughter. Lisa brit. A convicted felon on probation who admitted to illegally voting and the two thousand eighteen election testified she was among the people who collected unsealed ballots from voters for Dallas. So these ballot was not completeness. In the other office. And. Derived June to do that. Michig- Alice, basically, what we would do what would be. Whoever was publican. Do you hear that they were collecting ballots and filling them in for people for whoever was the Republican vest Gators say after Republican Mark Harris has campaign hired red dome consulting, the consulting firm, then paid
"mcrae" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Do you? Remember, the trade and forget about what it turned out to the Mets traded for Brian McRae. And that was. Yeah. Yeah. Turned out to be pretty good play. Okay. Just remember it at the right? So this was Steve Phillips, I trade. And I remember as a kid listening to WFAN. I don't remember. And all they said well who the Mets were getting? That's how it was first reported the Mets getting right Brian McRae. Turk. Wendell who is the third guy in that deal? It was McRae Wendell and somebody else. Can't remember remember Dennis dentist cooking a separate deal different deal. And so what my first reaction is great yawning McRae. Oh, okay. And they said it's for players to be named later and the players started to get leaked out. And I started to hate it. It's I'm like, wait. What? At monster. More Clark is more. The best pitcher for I think maniac grip of the trade went from. I like the hell is going. What's happening right now. I liked it at first this is great. Name is brought up that put you over. And that's it. Yeah. That's it. Please. Oh, by the way, you know, who the third guy was I forgot who tell me, no, real hustle. That's right. You're right. You're right. Melrose. Yeah. Melrose awful. Oh, I remember thinking, you know, row house. He was a bed with the. Oh, yeah. You love her. Joe us out of retired because we're bad next. We'll look at it. All those home runs. Spinning neck back to watching a ball. Go out of the L. And then then when they finally got rid of them they had to bring back Bobby Baena that was the row Haas trading. Get rid of them by taking back. Bobby Baena beneath the second talk the second time they traded here for the five tool Alex's show. That was the first and that was the first time he was great. He did hit for the cycle on. Eric valente? Yeah. That's right. Eric. And it will take you back through history. Very good as my lasting memory of Melrose. And I say this every time we've had Paul O'Neil on. And he knows it. I say Paul. Millrose Games Asia subway series Friday. Absolutely allied us thought that game. Did he something tells me allied has started again, you may be right? And I'm telling you Rojo's came in the first pitchy through Paul O'Neil to left center field into the bleachers. And I think O'neil said to us a few times. All I knew I knew I had him. He was probably all Katie. I got Rollason here. What you know what he was bad? Traded. I don't know, man. It drips on his of this trade is dripping like a bad varsity watercolor memory. The next interview, aren't you? Why don't blame Ernie Ernie? Tell me we can't do it..
Explainer 140: Floral tributes
"In Flanders fields the poppies blow between the crosses bro on row. Those are the first lines of a poem written by Lifton Colonel John McCrea, a Canadian medic who served with the first brigade of the Canadian field artillery on the western front in the first World War, and who died of pneumonia in France, not long after hostilities ceased after the second battle of IPE in April, and may of nineteen fifteen McRae noticed that the first life to push through the devastated landscape and muddy improvised, cemeteries were scarlet poppies. The flower has since become across the Commonwealth a symbol of remembrance in modern Britain. However, the poppy has become a symbol of something else. A designation of which side you are on in one of the twenty first centuries, deeply tedious culture wars until really quite recently. The Royal British legions annual poppy appeal worked like this sometime in early November you approach to current or former soldier in a train station dropped some change into their bucket. Perhaps parted with a few awkward were. Words in appreciation of this and walked away with a red paper flower into your coat, which you wore until remembrance day, November eleventh or more usually until it fell off sometime beforehand. Money was raised for a fine. 'cause and a gesture of gratitude and solidarity was made it was a humble and dignified ritual. It is now a circus outside novelty poppies appear on the fronts of taxis and tube trains, and with increasing frequency in the lapels of politicians apparently feared that sporting anything list. Ostentatious would be sacrilege the mesmerizing Twitter account of giant puppy watch has this year spotted such monstrosities as poppy face paint, poppy themed pizzas and a poppy. Replacing the kickoff spot on at least one football ground. This has been made worse as has absolutely everything by the toxic combination of tabloid and social media Hughes and cries are raised should some of the public figure fail to sport a poppy last year temple veins, throbbed purple when England cricketer Moeen Ali, not insignificantly to the nine ruckus that ensued. Embiid Muslim will spotted poppy free in eighteen photo by the time Ali explained that his poppy had fallen off. And he just hadn't noticed the horse of confected outrage had long since skate the stable door of truth. It is possibly if I a cly instructive that some of the most interesting reflections on the puppy have come from the few footballers who prefer not to wear. What is now default addition to their kit at this increasingly tiresome time of year stoke city's James McLean is uncomfortable with the poppy ju to his upbringing in Derry Northern Ireland with the British army is not regarded with unequivocal admirations, Manchester United's pneumonia matych has decided he cannot separate the poppy from his memories of his own country Serbia being bombed by Britain among other nations in one thousand nine hundred nine. The annual poppy row like all such four or against Bally Hoos both works and infuriates by refusing to admit ambiguity, this correspondent who is a poppy wear for what that may be worth is personally aware of actual current or former military personnel who prefer not to wear one. And if people who donate generously to the appeal, but believe advertising the fact to be gauche people contain multitudes political discourse. In this cursed age seeks to cleave everything into binary oppositions. This will absolutely not be the last word on the subject, but it should be. It is if you like your cut out and keep poppy route adjudication to be referred to every year when the interim between Halloween and Christmas is consumed by this fact, she was ruckus if the struggles and sacrifices of those who lie in Flanders fields and elsewhere were for any one thing it is surely that you may wear a particular symbol or not wear one for whatever. You choose. And it's absolutely none of anybody else's damn business. Monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew mullet.
Steve Bannon no longer headlining festival after Jim Carrey, other celebs pull out
"How it sounded. In Florida's Marco island is expected to become a hurricane by the time. It reaches landfall later today. Voluntary. Evacuations are underway in Louisiana New Orleans. Resident Roshan Patel is getting ready to SAM's bought a bunch of water and stuff from my family and other than that just kind of letting on my employees now to kind of prepare is you don't know what's going to happen. The Louisiana governor has declared a state of emergency. The National Hurricane Center is warning of a life threatening storm surge in some areas. This is NPR news. This is WNYC in New York at eight o four good morning. I'm Kerry Nolan WNYC has learned that bureaucratic confusion is leaving detained immigrants in New Jersey without attorneys WNYC's. Matt Katz reports those arrested by immigration and customs enforcement in New York have a chance to get a pro Bono lawyer paid for by the city or state. Ice detainees in New Jersey, though likely fight without an attorney making deportation far more likely so in July governor, Phil Murphy, budgeted two point one million dollars to hire lawyers for detained immigrants, but so far not a dime has been spent the process for dispersing, those state funds to legal nonprofits only began last week advocates say after WNYC began asking questions in the meantime, immigration advocates say they've been frustrated and countless immigrants may have already been deported. New York City's first lady has made her first official endorsement sherline. Mccray is backing zephyr teach out for New York state attorney general that's according to the New York Times the endorsement gives teach at one of her highest profile supporters leading up to the competitive democratic primary later this month. The move is also McRae's latest solo foray into politics. Mccray has stepped up her involvement is first lady and has said she is considering a run for office. Her husband, mayor de Blasio has not yet maiden endure. Horsemen in the attorney general's race New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the state will invest millions of dollars in developing the Bedford union armory in crown heights Brooklyn at the West Indian day parade yesterday Cuomo said the recreation and community center will be named after Kerry Gabbay his former aide who was killed by gunfire at juvenile three years ago. Cuomo says the center will provide more opportunities to youth in the community the young people out here need alternatives to the street. That we have to provide more training more recreation more jobs because too many people have lost their lives. The Bedford union armory has been slated for redevelopment for years. The website for developer BFCE partner says it's accepting bids for the recreation building until next week Cuomo's announcement accounts for more than half, the building's square footage and Steve Bannon is no longer headlining the two thousand eighteen New Yorker festival. The ex-chairman of Breitbart and former aide to President Trump was announced as part of the festival's lineup yesterday. The news sparked an immediate and intense backlash several high profile festival guests, including Judd appetite. John Mullany Jim Carey and Jimmy Fallon all said, they would pull out of the festival in a statement yesterday evening editor David rim. Knicks said he had rescinded the invitation and says any future plans to interview Bannon would be in a more traditionally journalistic setting this is WNYC support for NPR comes from TIAA TIAA is committed. To helping those were driven by purpose reach their definition of success, investing advice, banking retirement. Learn more at TIAA dot org. Politics is the story were all binging on. And we'll.
Trump says he’ll sanction Turkey over U.S. pastor’s detention
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein the Trump administration is fast approaching it's court ordered deadline to Rian unite the remaining migrant families separated at the southern border by the federal government but as Texas public radio's Ryan poppy. Reports, at least one congressional lawmakers unconvinced, the administration will meet the goal during, a closed-door meeting US homeland secretary Christine Nilsson told. A group of lawmakers that included congressman Joaquin Castro the administration is on track to comply with southern California U S District judge. Dana sat Ross deadline, I'll be surprised if they actually meet the. Deadline because there are still hundreds. Of people that need to be reunited for them to meet that deadline as she did say that they know the. Identities, of, every, child, and every parent however Castro says during that same, meeting Nielsen also sat the administration had deported four. Hundred sixty three migrant parents without their children? Nielsen told Castro that the federal Government was assigning these children a guardian and would eventually be. Placed in foster care for, NPR news I'm Ryan poppy in Austin attorney general. Jeff Sessions is standing by his deputy rod Rosenstein my deputy, rod, Rosenstein, is highly capable I have the highest confidence in him sessions comment. Comes after a group of hardline conservative House Republicans introduced. Articles of impeachment against. Rosenstein last night they. Argue he failed to provide documents from the Russia probe which Rosenstein overseas sessions is urging lawmakers to focus on more pressing issues the Trump administration is threatening to impose sanctions on Turkey if it doesn't free an American pastor NPR's Michelle. Kellerman, reports on Kara's responding by accusing, Washington of damaging the US Turkey alliance, pastor Andrew Brunson was let out of a Turkish. Jail this week after one and Half years. But it's still under house arrest President Trump says on. Twitter this innocent man of faith should be released immediately and vice President Mike Pence says the US is ready to impose significant sanctions. On Turkey release pastor Andrew Brunson now or be prepared to face the consequences He was speaking of the, State Department I ever, conference to advance religious freedom a spokesperson for Turkey's president calls the threatening language unacceptable n calls on the US to adopt a. Quote more, constructive position Michelle Kellerman NPR news the State Department in one of the, worst single. Day losses in stock trading history Facebook stock. Collapsed today wiping. Out one hundred nineteen billion dollars market value this after a disappointing earnings report yesterday. And in a look at Wall Street in general the Dow closed up one, hundred twelve points at twenty five thousand, five twenty seven this is NPR. And you're listening to WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd Wednesday's elections in Pakistan were just the second time. In the country, seventy year history that one civilian government handed power to another after, serving out a full term but not all Pakistani Amirah Are celebrating the transition as a democratic. Milestone twenty two year old Ali Molik. Works at Lahore Pakistani deli in SoHo. And he thinks the vote count was unreliable I, don't accept these reserve because they one that happen by, election commission the. Accepted and they said these some electronic problems the unofficial winner of Wednesday's election was former cricket star Imran, Khan, PTI party's opposition, parties have cried foul and allege widespread vote rigging in the national election mayor de Blasio is taking another step towards expanding his. National political, profile he's launching a new political action committee he says the money raised, will go. Towards travel costs for himself and first lady. Shirley McRae anticipated. State and federal candidates we have a lot we have to get done for New. York City it cannot be done just here there are things in York seed, needs that happened in all Albany that happened in Washington that cannot happen with the current political status quo Blasios says the pack is different from his controversial campaign for New York, which got large donations from people with business. Before the city that led to federal and state corruption investigations Bossio says. The new pack will limit contributions and banned donations. From corporations LLC's and people registered as doing business, with New York, City and the area around the intersection where a steam pipe exploded last week is almost back to normal emergency management officials say thirty six of the forty five. Buildings initially declared off limits and Manhattan's. Flatiron are, now open nine other buildings do remain closed they're being. Decontaminated for us, best does all streets and sidewalks are. Open except for the area immediately around Fifth Avenue and twenty first street. Currently eighty three degrees and overcast..
"mcrae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Carmen mcrae sometimes i'm happy ninety three point nine fm wnyc frank sinatra and duke ellington in their one and only collaboration it comes at the end of nineteen sixty seven frank has had a number one hit with nancy for something stupid that year he's with mia he'll he'll sport the occasional nehru jacket he is a man of the sixties this song suited him well i do remember when the sunlight special kind of brightness and the lab yellow yellow would hold me and the smile so come yellow yellow but then came and i heard her say goodbye oh wants to know you go i'm sohar instead of remember yellow yellow but then came wants to know did you go md instead of ten remember though yellow yeah yeah no coleman no no oh oh fortune no oh no keep toy.
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"mcrae" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Mcrae presented a probable cause affidavit and jefferson county district court last week flagging twentysevenyearold chick carrie johnson an employee of the varner prison unit for smuggling illegal drugs into the prison the arkansas department of corrections employee was arrested when she went through an xray machine while reporting for duty last tuesday the machine showed an abnormality and per protocol another corrections employees conducted a strip search mcrae reports a large object wrapped up in black tape and covered with a condom was removed from johnson's genital areas when question johnston admitted to bringing in the contraband and said that she'd been instructed to give it to another corrections officer she said she was going to receive fifteen hundred dollars for that task and she didn't know what was inside the bundles when the bundles were unwrapped officers found fifty eight grams of a white powder suspected to be math they also located four small bundles of suspected marijuana that field tested positive for synthetic cannabinoid weighed about fifty six grams pine bluff has said a ten thousand dollar bond for johnson and charged with furnishing prohibited articles and two counts of possession of a controlled substance connie joe newsradio one or two point nine karn having limited argue facing foreclosure on your house or a repossession on your car don't lose all the things that matter to you and that you've worked so hard for call the law office of brian wilson under the laws today you can file for bankruptcy and still keep all your possessions the only thing you lose is the debt causing you grief paul brian for a free consultation brian wilson will get the threatening phone calls and the letters to stop brian wilson won't charge you up front so.
"mcrae" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"This is a peer male champ and more you can use it to get information as well as receive payments donations customer feedback and much more right now you can go try out form stack for free and get a 25 percent off promo code for your first three months by going to form stackcombeyond again that's forms to actcombeyond thanks again forms to act for supporting this episode of beyond the todo list now enjoy this conversation with ryan mcrae since we give these my privilege once again to welcome back ryan mcrae to the show welcome back ryan is here so i had this crazy notion of having you come back to talk on almost as annual basis now remember you notice layer you aren't alone you originally came on and we talked adhd and you were the fruit jerrisen to come on and talk that topic with may have had since then eric diverse as well as herbert why am i've linking on his name the guy who had the book come out recently man that's bad it's the faster smarter better well over shannon i had peter shakhman on recently or peter grave you've been on twice before or you've if you wanna that was the first time you were on talking about adhd then i think we talked about which i know you were on and talked about resolutions yeah we're exam our resolutions that ended when your stuff yeah that was the beginning of this year or the very end of last year which right me think to have you come on again this right now but then you also.
"mcrae" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"Two bearing hello and welcome back to another episode of beyond the to do list i'm your host eric fisher and this is the show where we talk to the people behind the productivity this week i am sharing with you a conversation i had with ryan mcrae ryan is from the ad hd nerdcom and ryan's been on the show i believe three times before the first time to talk about adhd itself the second time we were talking about a year ago about resolutions and why you should make them and a few months ago ryan came on and talked about taking a productivity retreat this time ryan is on the show to talk about a danish word known as hugo which has a lot to do with not always being on or productive or produce sing i should say because it can be very productive to not always be producing not only that and talking about this time of year these seasons or this season that we are in whether wise time of year wise when it comes to november and december and even january and february but we talk about how checklists can be involved in achieving that state of hugo so i think you're going to enjoy this conversation it's a pretty fun one as you'll be able to see before we get into that i want to say thank you to form stack for supporting this episode of beyond the todo list form stack is awesome because it comes in and it takes care of that one thing that you know you need done really well that can be also a huge pain to do and that is to create and deploy awesome surveys to gather the data that you need whether that's from inside your business or outside your business and you don't need an it team to set it up or to correct it or make corrections make tweaks to it accelere it connects with tons of services like pay pal.
"mcrae" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Visitors ever accused christie of peace conrad mcrae big shower red autry shout out sherman does liz earlier pearl billy owens his family the list goes on and off okay but for the level of success with the damn ruggerio head in college you would have thought that they'd have over that twenty year period multiple players flooding the va what will you look back at the history that it necessarily half i think a large part of that was due to the fact that they primarily plays all decent wow i never thought of it that way well here's what i mean there is a part of me that says use your five players in whatever way you you seen fit to stop this you know what i mean but that it just becomes chaos if you have no defensive three seconds in india discount becomes chaos i get this sort of like the volved into some and it's not necessarily basketball but do you think that you should be an arms length away from your you know the personally regarding the that used to be the rule there's ways to modify but here's what i don't think the reason watt it by the way this is bogus paul gives wadoux americanborn players lee to attend college international prospects could come right into the draft without an issue i have a problem with it never will nope would suv i don't wanna watch high school college basketball were all the rules are so different it hampers the players the lane lined the clock rain point is if the shot clock is the wall is different the shot clock doesn't exist in most cities denies the shuttle thing big there's a shot at this time in high school shuckers pretty much everywhere but the the the college game with the extra seconds on the car shock lag dramatically changes the way possessions work flick use watch the w the most they'll dribble three times kick it back out the jobs that qian qichen back out of the click of a backup call of renew play a second action in one possession it just feels brokered precisely what is so much mbm like you should be able to do that i can't tell you how many times our standing on the court in college basketball and what you just described half in and i'm not here like really by way too long the.
"mcrae" Discussed on My Black Friend
"Mcrae of are calling calling from the world's noisiest bar uh dottie yes how do you how do you balance your orgies glen antonio dodd repair i mean what's it how many people's considered an orgy more than two i think that's the rule all no it's like at least four or five has to be at least a minimum of life no it doesn't now has three is a threesome at still have not an orgy it it really i would accept that as an orgy in my book not ob orgy edward i'll be more than three i think anything more than three iran branding call i hop in hey what's up words the best would be as uh art so i wrote that are brought into google we we we have a web play that says uh what's the minimum number of people required for an orgy to qualify as one and so this guy writes he says he this guy said he actually did a lot of research on this and he says for most people who like group sex three people as a threesome four people is a four foursome and an orgy needs to include five people are more yes five i can take that uh at this however it's just a numbers game if you have say four couples in a room but ali people only have sex partner an hour as his details and sounds boo uh yeah i all right will you go throw the foursome in there but i think in could also include that into an orgy yes i i i mean i guess me i always i've always lumped threesome under the orgy umbrella like i know we have a name board but i still felt like it was it was just an offshoot of an orgy i really gets just a variation of it i think if you tell someone you've had a three sound they're like oh okay here like yeah i participate argies faith think bigger dottie woods the biggest orgy participated.
"mcrae" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Thursday night football eight again that however you want a slice it was a sloppy effort and you know we went into this kind of expec thing but listen on the bear side of the ball you at four turnovers in the game on the packers side of the ball you continue to be one of the worst injured teams in football coming into the game already down i think you're top five tackles with the roster with jordan mcrae getting the start at right tack before you last night having a bit of a tough go you lose time montgomerie early in the game with injuries labelled the chest injury but basically we find out it's a rib injury to a guy was already you're wide receiver turned running back would actually started to become a pretty good option at running back at now we know is going to deal with an injury that at running back probably not one that you're going to get any time soon we always think about this with hamstrings but you're not really built to take the ribcage pounding at that spot the way you might be able to hide a mask in other places so you've got that you've got the brutal hit i've davante adams that will get to coming up in a little bit but that's probably going to leave him side live for a little bit if the ramifications look anywhere near as severe as what we saw and then what's it all of this is to serve as sort of a masking agent to what is really going to be the crux coming off last night and what's going to be the most talked about thing from this game going forward five restrict talk brought to you by straight talk wireless best falls best networks no contracts and we had vina kinds.