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Fresh update on "memphis" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:49 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "memphis" discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"And we're going to get to that as well. All right, 8 four four 747 88 68 Todd stern's dot com folks while you were there. I know you're doing your Christmas shopping. And now is the time to head over to our website. We have some great Christmas gifts for the conservative loved one in your life. You can get yourself all sorts of great things, including coffee mugs, tumblers, and autographed copies of all of my books at Todd starnes dot com. We'll be right back America. Grace baker, I'm trying to multitask here, and I'm not having much luck at it. It's okay, Todd, it's hump day. No, it is, well, it is hump day, but it's also the big, it's the big Todd star show Christmas dinner. That's true. And we're excited. And a lot of these radio stations. They'll get a subway sandwich, and nothing wrong with some. Well, I don't like subway. I don't like it. I'm a Lenny's guy. Me too. You know Lenny's is a hometown company. Oh, I did not know. Did you know that? Nope. Right here in Memphis, Tennessee. That's cool. Yes, it is. So anyway, where we're taking the whole crew down, like 40 of us, to Ruth's Chris. I know, that's why I've been pacing myself not eating a lot today so that I can put a lot tonight. Good, good, yeah. It's all beef. Somebody said, it's a gluten free. I'm like, of course it's beef. It's true. I have no idea. No, it is. Meat's gluten free. Gluten is like bread. The subway sandwiches. I like everybody. I really, I really do. We like to poke fun. But I gotta tell you, the gluten free crowd, they're even more like, they get more riled up than the vegans do. Oh no. Do they, I don't know, the vegans are pretty pretty passionate. Well, then you got to pee to people. Oh, that's a whole other story. They're just idiots. We're going to go to Steve going just about what I do want to go to William in Memphis, Tennessee, listening to us on our flagship station, kwa. Hey, William, what's on your mind? What's up Todd? Hanging out, William. No doubt. Big difference from yesterday, this cold weather sell The Rain everywhere. That last Trump should have learned something from his previous thing. You know, I love Trump's policy, him as a person necessarily, like the old man, I wouldn't actually invite him to eat dinner. But I do believe his policy. I believe we need him, oh, definitely going to need him more than ever, you know, similar to reggae coming after Carter, Trump coming after Biden even more than we needed him before, but the point is, if he didn't learn, we've got to get independence to vote for him. And, you know, this meeting, I don't know what the purpose was. But he's got to think a little bit more about what he's doing because he's not just trying to get his followers to keep we're going to follow no matter what pretty much. We've already seen the so called worst or whatever. We know how he's aggressive and we like that. We want that from him. But some of these independents, he needs to make a point he's a thing more because we've got to have independent voters to vote for him..

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Over 20 Shoplifters Still on the Run After Storming Local Walmart

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:43 sec | Last week

Over 20 Shoplifters Still on the Run After Storming Local Walmart

"By the way, last night, a Memphis Tennessee. Our war torn city that is controlled by Democrats 2022 or 25. They had almost two dozen thugs armed with guns and they stormed the Walmart on Elvis Presley boulevard. And they stole all these TVs and electronics. If it wasn't bolted down, it got taken. And the police say the guy's escaped in 20 different cars. A lot of them were infinities. I know, no surprise there. So we'll keep you updated on it. I'm telling you folks, Black Friday, black, Friday is already started. The shopping is already started. At least in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Grizzlies beat Thunder, but Morant leaves with ankle injury

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Grizzlies beat Thunder, but Morant leaves with ankle injury

"The grizzlies finished their one 21 one ten win over the thunder after John morant left with an ankle injury Morant came out late in the fourth quarter with Memphis up by four without him the grizzlies went on a 9 zero run to clinch the victory There was no immediate word on the extent of the injury Jaren Jackson had 25 points 12 rebounds and three blocks for the winners Just rhythm wise felt a lot better out there I was able to just get my feet under me and my legs again to my shot just in one motion Morant and John contra each had 19 Morant finished with 11 assists in Qatar had ten rebounds Josh giddy led the thunder with 20 points and 11 assists I'm Dave ferry

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin in the NBA where Jayson Tatum scored a game high 34 points as Boston defeated Denver one 31 one 12 His night and day the way that we're playing the start of this season compared to the start of last season But whenever we made that change I just feel like we haven't looked back and for the most part we got the same group One or two new guys but they really know how to play the game In New York RJ Barrett scored 30 points for Tom thibodeau as the Knicks down Detroit one 21 one 12 The thing that was different about this game is we still didn't shoot the ball great But I thought we made a lot of plays on selfish place to help get high quality shots Elsewhere Oklahoma City had 8 players in double figure scoring running past Toronto by 19 Memphis had three players over 20 points beating Minnesota one 14 one O three and Golden State got 40 points from Steph Curry one O 6 one O one over Cleveland turning to hockey Washington defeated Tampa Bay as Craig heist reports Darcy Kemper made 28 saves and helped kill off a 5 minute power play in the second period as the capitals beat the lightning 5 to one Sonny Milano had two goals and an assist Anthony mantha Alexi protest and Connor sherry each lit the lamp Kemper missed out on the shutout when Nick permits scored in the third More importantly I think just as a group we came together with the urgency that we really wanted this win and you could see it in our play right from the start and it was nice to see everyone get rewarded College hoops the top 5 teams in the country all in action with number two Gonzaga squeaking out a one point victory at Michigan state Meanwhile number one North Carolina three Houston Ford Kentucky and 5 Baylor all were comfortable winners baseball news the Houston Astros fired their GM James click after he turned down their one year contract to offer and football buffalo quarterback Josh Allen he's questionable for Sunday's game against Minnesota with a sore elbow I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Morant, Bane help Grizzlies beat Spurs in overtime, 124-122

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Morant, Bane help Grizzlies beat Spurs in overtime, 124-122

"John morant and Desmond baine each scored 32 points Devin bassel missed a three point attempt at the buzzer and the Memphis Grizzlies beat San Antonio one 24 one 22 in overtime Wednesday night The grizzlies opened the extra period with an 11 to two run before San Antonio reeled off 8 straight to pull within one Moran hit one of two free throws that proved to be the difference Every player on his team every coach on the staff you know no you know when it's that time that I want the ball in my hands and you know I love having that pressure on me you know what I go do I just take what the defense gives me and try to get us a win But sell and yaka purtle paste the spurs with 22 points apiece Roy Flores San Antonio

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Caller: How Could Anyone Support John Fetterman?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller: How Could Anyone Support John Fetterman?

"Say, it's unbelievable to me again. You know, I couldn't believe mulroy, we went here to Memphis, prime example, 20, 25% of registered Republicans got off their buds and went and voted in the important election. Let me get in get the win. So I thought, okay, maybe we'll learn a list. So now let me not necessarily tend to say did okay. But look, I mean, and maybe there was something going on in Pennsylvania. But you know, if my dog ran against John fetterman, I would have to vote for my dog. I mean, there's no way, how could anybody with half a tenth of an IQ vote for federman. Number one, and Robin even though the stroke, his policy are exactly what killing this country right now, and he's even farther left than those policies. And Pennsylvania, fracking capital, and he's against it. They need lives to everybody in their faces like y'all are idiots. What did they just say, oh, okay. I guess we found the truth. He changed his mind. I mean, I don't even understand it. I just don't know, and I mean, there's obviously no time to panic, so to speak, but whatever we need to figure something out, I'm talking about blaming everybody. Trump, I'm a Trump. I'm a Trump fan. I don't worship him. I believe in his policy. And I believe in Rhonda santas. You know, I went to Florida during COVID. I'm telling you when I went down there. It was like I was literally in another country. You are a man if you wanted to. Mother tonight, you didn't have to wear a mask, restaurants were open all hours of the night. You could do whatever you wanted to. It was unbelievable. Literally, I didn't know what had happened. Did I fall into a portal or something? But I mean, we've got to figure something out. This is unbelievable. I mean, is there some of the Democrats? Is there a different price they pay at the gas bomb? Or it's a grocery store than what we pay? Bill,

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Bane's 28, Morant's good finish lead Grizzlies past Wizards

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Bane's 28, Morant's good finish lead Grizzlies past Wizards

"Desmond bane and John Moran carried the grizzlies to their third straight win one O three 97 over the wizards Bane scored 28 points on 9 of 16 shooting for the grizzlies who squandered a 23 point lead Morant shot just 9 of 27 but still finished with 23 points 9 rebounds and 6 assists He had 6 points and a 9 zero run that gave Memphis some breathing room Monte Morris had 18 points for the wizards who played with that Bradley Beal due to health and safety protocols I'm Dave ferry

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Jeff Katz: Preparing for Election Coverage Next Week

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jeff Katz: Preparing for Election Coverage Next Week

"It's going to be an amazing night. We're doing 6 hours of live election coverage here in Memphis and I'm curious about you, what is it going to be looking like on election day for Jeff cans? Well, we will certainly be busy and I say we not not in the regal we, but we've got a lot of folks at wrv who obviously are following things that are going on here in the Commonwealth. We got two huge congressional races that, I don't know, fingers crossed are going to go the right way. So it's also going to be a long, long day. But I think we're all going to be happy about it. You know,

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Joe Brown: Stacey Abrams Has Always Attacked Black Men in Her Career

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | Last month

Joe Brown: Stacey Abrams Has Always Attacked Black Men in Her Career

"Now, I'm curious to know the statistics. How many people in Georgia have actually been pulled over because they were driving while black. How many people I seriously wanted to see the numbers. You know, you keep hearing people like Stacey Abrams, who's a professional race agitator, and her job is to get out there, and she has a problem with white people, and she's got a big, but what's fascinating about Stacey Abrams. Yeah, she's got a problem with white people, but she has a bigger problem with black men. And this has been very well documented. I was listening to a great interview on kwa flagship radio station, Ben dieter of the anchor had judge Joe Brown. Remember judge Joe Brown, he's our official voice of a CNN here on the Todd stern's radio show. Crying Negro network. Yeah, that's judge Joe Brown. Judge Joe Brown is a great man. He had the big TV show. He's running for mayor of Memphis Tennessee. And he's even been pulled into all of this and he was talking this morning about how Stacey Abrams has made it a career to go after black men. And so this is one of the reasons why she's doing so poorly in the polling data is that only black women seem to be supporting her campaign. That and the pajama boy snowflakes. So anyway, now she's declared war on the sheriffs of Georgia, folks, I'm telling you, believe what Chucky Schumer said on the tarmac to Joe Biden last week, they're in trouble the Democrats are in trouble in Georgia.

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Dalton Glasscock: Remember to Go Out & Vote!

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:47 min | Last month

Dalton Glasscock: Remember to Go Out & Vote!

"I was hoping to be there to celebrate. This looks like we're going to have to go next week. So just make sure you're well rested. I know 55 can take a lot of your energy out. Pretty quickly. You know, it's funny because I've been taking balance of nature and I'm feeling great. I've got a little pep in the step. Hey, I've been taking a balance of nature as well. And I must feel the same as you. I love it. Dalton real quick before we let you go, how are things going there in Kansas? I know you're deeply involved in politics there. You guys are expecting a big turnout on election day. Yeah, they're going well and actually calling you between door knocking today. So I took the day off, sorry Todd, to make sure that we can save democracy. It's going to be, I think, a very competitive race here in Kansas. But it's going to be fun and it's really comes down to turnout. I know people hear that again and again. But if we don't turn out the base and we don't turn out our voters, then we are not going to win this election. And so I think it takes everybody if you haven't knocked a door of the cycle, if you haven't made a phone call with cycle, head over to your local county office, go to the Shelby county party. If you're there in Memphis or go anywhere across the country and I guarantee you they're going to welcome you. Yeah, absolutely. And that is so vitally important again Dalton, we're seeing the polling data and we know we heard the hot bike comments from Chuck Schumer so the Democrats know that they're going down, but that's only going to happen if we get out the vote and get people out on election day. Yeah, it is that it all comes down to turnout it also comes to convincing your family and friends to make sure to invite someone to come to the polls with you. If you have an elderly parent, make sure you go and pick them up because a lot of people forget to vote on election day and closing at 7 o'clock while it's too late. So make sure to go pick up your parents, go pick up your kids, make sure to go out and vote and make sure it's a family experience when you're going out there as well.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

The latest in sports

"AP sports app check Freeman The Chicago Bears used a big second half and quarterback Justin Fields did some damage with his arms and legs lifting the bears to a 33 14 win at New England fields through for a 179 yards at a touchdown He ran for 82 and a TD both teams down three and four the beers scored 23 unanswered points to finish the game The Indianapolis Colts are making a switch at quarterback Matt Ryan goes to the bench Sam ellinger has been promoted to the quarterback spot for the rest of the season according to indie coach Frank Reich In the NBA's a big performances on tap in the Memphis Brooklyn game John morant Desmond Bain each scored 38 leading Memphis to a one 34 one 20 home win over Brooklyn in the NHL Las Vegas Phil kessel tied an NHL record for consecutive games played at 989 And broadcaster Jim nantz will call his last final four this April and Houston Nancy Betty more time with his family The reason for stepping away from college basketball check Freeman AP sports

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Dinesh D'Souza: Understanding Election Fraud Versus Voter Fraud

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Dinesh D'Souza: Understanding Election Fraud Versus Voter Fraud

"I think he was trying to make the case that there have only been a dozen or so convictions of election fraud. And I was trying to get him to admit, you don't need a lot of election fraud to upend an election. The brilliant devious diabolical talking point from the left has been, well, there wasn't widespread election fraud. 2000 mules shows, first of all, there was, but second of all, you know, how much fraud should be acceptable to the American people if it's a little bit of fraud and Biden wins by a little bit as he did in key battleground states, it does the trick. Yeah, I think that Adrian is confusing voter fraud with election fraud. So voter fraud is let's just say that some guy in Tucson who says I'm going to vote three times. I moved from three different places. My name is on the rolls and all three places. I can get away with voting three times. That's voter fraud. That's not going to tip an election. Election fraud is an organized mechanism. Typically in so called swing states. Why? Because those are the ones that tip the balance. So the other point about it is that the court cases and convictions are an infinitesimal reflection of what's actually happening. It's not only saying that what 12 drug convictions and Memphis, therefore, only 12 people in Memphis use drugs. I mean, this would just be absurd in any other context, yet somehow the same kind of recycled nonsense is asserted about election fraud. Election fraud cases are notoriously difficult to catch. And law enforcement traditionally doesn't look there. You know, they're looking for people who rob banks and they're looking for embezzlers and they're looking for and obviously looking for Jamie ray 6 protesters, but they're not looking to see ways in which the election system is manipulated.

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 Morant's 34 points lead Grizzlies to OT win over Knicks

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Morant's 34 points lead Grizzlies to OT win over Knicks

"John morant carries the grizzlies to a one 15 one 12 overtime winning against the Knicks The season opener for both clubs Morant furnished 34 points and 9 assists for Memphis which went ahead on a three pointer by tyus Jones in the final minute That's why I got my teammates You know it's a team game It's not just me out there I had a lot of guys you know step up and put us in position to win And that's how we know we came out with a win tyres came in hit a big time three for us to put us up You know we finished it out from there Sante aldama had 18 points and 11 boards for the grizzlies Came reddish had 22 points for the Knicks including a three pointer that forced OT but he missed a three point try at the final buzzer I'm Dave ferry

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Todd Starnes: Tennessee Has a Good Chance of Beating Georgia

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | Last month

Todd Starnes: Tennessee Has a Good Chance of Beating Georgia

"Know we weren't like worst. I mean, that's a Vanderbilt. But from worst to first, it's a great story. Tennessee now ranked number three in the country in the coaches poll. In the APK and the AP poll, the coaches poll number four and you know, I think there's a good chance we could beat Georgia. I think there is a chance. I think the good lord is wearing orange. No. I do. I think that sexist. Well, probably, but it could be the gospel. It is all that anybody's talking about this week. So we were at this glamorous I forgot to tell you the reason why I wanted to talk about the food and wine. So it's a high brow kind of an outdoor event. You got the jazz, and everybody gets so wine glass or the baptist martini. And so all of a sudden, I hear people screaming. And I'm like, oh my gosh, we've got an active shooter. It is Memphis, Tennessee. But it wasn't. They were actually watching the game on the smartphones. And people were gathered around. It was like it was, you know, idol of some sort of a big national news story breaking news and it turned out it was the football game. Yeah, I gotta say, I was Adam Memphis pizza cafe, a local joint here in Memphis for the game. I was watching the end and I watched it, couldn't believe it, then this woman runs up behind me, grabs my shoulder and starts shaking me and she's got an old miss or dawn. She's like, I don't like Tennessee, but bam, I just lost and she's like screaming and jumping around and we're just like, oh my gosh, the entire world shook. I was getting messages from people. Congratulating me as if I was literally on the football team. Like Jeff. I think Todd, it's just that you've had so many years of bad football. You know what it was? We did the nation a great service. You may not be able to do this. It had to be done. It just had to be done. You had to

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Ray Richardson: Follow Bonny Eagle HS School Board for Developments

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:26 min | 2 months ago

Ray Richardson: Follow Bonny Eagle HS School Board for Developments

"Just like I suspect a Memphis Tennessee where I own kwa, the local radio station is becoming the platform where parents and others can come and express their concerns because they've been shut out everywhere else. Well, I think that that's true. And here's what I encourage people to do. You know, if you don't live in the disparate, then I don't suspect they will let you speak. But I've encouraged people no matter where they live in Maine, to come to the school district tonight to sit politely in solidarity with these parents who are willing to speak up. We don't want to use anger. I mean, I said this morning on the air, there were 11 members of the school board, statistically, it's incomprehensible that some of them are not Christian. And I ask one of the parents to ask this question to get up and say, instead of it being natives here, what if this was Jesus standing before you? How do you justify this film to him? Because I think it's a question that ought to be asked. So the school board meeting is tonight, a what time ray in case people want to get down there. It's at 6 p.m. and it's 94 Main Street in buxton, Maine, which is a wonderful town. A lot of people know of it. If you watch the movie, Shawshank Redemption. You remember that beautiful rock wall? Well, that was buxton name. It's a wonderful town. I don't know what's going on here. I don't understand why they want to do this. It makes no sense.

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It's flu vaccine time and seniors need revved-up shots

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

It's flu vaccine time and seniors need revved-up shots

"Seniors are being advised to ask for a special high dose flu shot this year Doctors want vaccine where the Americans to remember not to skip their flu shot this year for the first time doctors are urging Americans 65 and older to get a special extra strength kind of flu shot There are three types made with higher doses or an immune boosting ingredient as people get older their immune system doesn't respond as strongly to standard flu vaccinations Influenza specialist doctor Richard webby with saint Jude's children's research hospital in Memphis says the bottom line is the extra strength shots do work better for people 65 or older Vaccinations are recommended for everyone ages 6 months and up flu hit historically low levels during the pandemic but children's hospitals are already seeing an unusually early spike in respiratory infections and Australia went through its worst flu season in 5 years foreshadowing what countries in the northern hemisphere can expect I'm Jennifer King

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Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

"You guys at in the process of getting this implemented? Because I think we need this here in the Memphis area and I suspect a lot of other communities might want to look at something like this as well, but where are we here in Memphis? Currently we just had a public hearing with the state Department of Education. That was on the 22nd of last week. So now we have to wait until October the 18th for the final approval. But the funny thing happened. So, the city of millington approached us, certain ones in the city of militant approached us and said, hey, we would like to entertain a conversation about bringing your facility up here. So we're in talks with that. Unique thing about that is if we build from the ground up, like we've been discussing with millington, we can actually build a facility to service 1800 kids. Wow. Which means we will be the largest military charter academy and North America, and we need a school lady way since blue oval city is coming.

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Antwane Bohanon: What Is the Tennessee Volunteer Military Academy?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Antwane Bohanon: What Is the Tennessee Volunteer Military Academy?

"So I want to jump into this. I've never heard of the Tennessee volunteer military academy. This is what grades 6 through 12. Yes, currently gray 6 two 12. We petitioned with the Memphis Shelby county schools to be able to open up fall of 23, 24, and now we're just waiting back for that approval. All right, so my understanding is that you've been getting some blowback over this to some extent. What's going on, why the problem? Well, one of the problems that we currently have in our city is that there are a lot of individuals doing the exact same things from public schools, charter schools, and now we have something different, which is a full-time ROTC military charter academy. So from that mindset, everyone thinks that we're going to militarize our children. So, and that's my understanding here, the chairman of the local Republican Party was jumping into this because the school board denied the school because of concerns that you were guys were going to want to create a militia or something. Well, not necessarily a militia, but to a point where they weren't quite familiar with how we would actually perform. So yes, Kerry von did get involved and also mister John du Barry, the senior adviser to governor Lee is also on our board. So we're in compliance, now we're just waiting for approval.

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Donald Trump: Republicans Will Release Contract With America Soon

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Donald Trump: Republicans Will Release Contract With America Soon

"Mister president, we broadcast our show for my hometown Memphis, Tennessee, and it's a war zone around here. And now we've got a George Soros district attorney. People are just fed up and they're fed up with the crime and the violence and moving to the midterms, would you recommend that the Republicans unify around some messages may be a contract with the American people? Well, they're going to announce the contract on Friday. They're going to announce, I think it will be very strong. It's a contract with America. The house is doing it. And I think it's going to be very good. But the contract is common sense, right? We want to have strong borders. We want to have strong military. We want to have energy independence. We go down the list. I mean, there's so many different things, low taxes, great education. We don't want men playing in women's sports. You know, a little simple things like that. And you're not even allowed to say that. That's very politically incorrect, okay? True. You even have it on the air. I think you'd say, oh, sir, please don't mention that. You're not even allowed to say men and women sports. You see, do you see the records that are being said in women's sports? They're breaking records at numbers that would have never happened.

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"memphis" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"memphis" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"I think it sends a message that we're going to be soft on crime. I think you're absolutely right there. And as a developer again, folks, if you have been to downtown Memphis, the Carlyle's have revolutionized our city, brand new skyline and more buildings are going up. I have to imagine that's bad for business when you've got a war zone and down in places like downtown. Yeah, look, we are still very committed to the city of Memphis and we'll do everything within our power both from a political aspect and an investment aspect. We've invested in trying to invest close to half a $1 billion in downtown Memphis alone. But the statistics are the statistics. I mean, when you're trying to get builders risk insurance and they do a crime profile and they say, hey, we've had 63 acts of crime within a mile of your hotel. That's hard to explain away. And so we've really, really got to continue to get people to invest, be active, be dense and have the police department out there being a presence. I know that the city council of Memphis, you guys are a nonpartisan. What is the message that other cities and towns need to hear from what's happening on the city council at Memphis? Yeah, the city council has come a long way from defund the police like a lot of other places. And I will say that we held strong through the last few budgeting processes. But they need to know that we're very serious and we have voted for over during arpa $42 million for police. We put another $100 million in for recruiting and retainment. We not only want the best police officers. We want the best to stay with us. And we're very serious about that. All right, chase, I appreciate you coming in today and we appreciate the commitment. Your family is made. The stern's family were committed on the communication of media side, but there are a lot of people that want to make this city great. And it really is the best place to live in America. I didn't, if you're truly committed to seeing the best possible Memphis, don't let this moment go, stay involved, stay active. We have elections coming up in October. We've got elections coming up and this November and the October 23 show up to the polls. 25% of people showed up at the Shelby county elections of registered voters. That's unacceptable. So show up and be a part of the system. Elections have consequences ladies and gentlemen. Chase Carlyle, a city councilman in Memphis, Tennessee, 8 four four 747 88 68. I want we have listeners all across America. And I want you guys to learn from what is happening in Memphis..

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"memphis" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

05:46 min | 3 months ago

"memphis" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Welcome to the Todd starring show sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com. That's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Life from the Liberty University studio in Memphis, Tennessee. It's common sense conservative commentary from Todd stars. That's right. I love this American ride so with that in mind, it's worth remembering that a hundred years ago Memphis was one of the richest best organized cities in the country that had a booming economy. It had beautiful municipal parks a lot of them more than a hundred. It had one of the most modern sanitation systems in the world, something we take for granted now, but when yellow fever was real, no one took it for granted. Memphis was such a big deal that, in fact, was the informal capital of an entire American region, the Mississippi Delta. But not anymore. In fact, by the last year, if you went to Memphis, it was hard to believe that any of that had ever been true at any point because by that point and now Memphis had become a husk and a highly threatening one. In 2021, according to federal statistics, Memphis Tennessee was the most dangerous city in the United States. Last year it recorded a total of 342 murders. Now how many is that? Well, by comparison, San Antonio, Texas, which has more than twice the population recorded fewer than half as many murders. So by any measure at all, Memphis was absolutely falling apart. Welcome to the Todd stern's radio program, ladies and gentlemen. Last night on Fox News channel, I was rather surprised to hear Tucker Carlson talking about my hometown. And right now, if you go on the Fox News website, which I don't encourage you to do, I want you to listen to us. But if you do, you would see that Memphis Tennessee is the number one story right now at Fox News and it's the number one story that people are talking about all over America. This horrible murder and kidnapping that occurred in my hometown. The place where we broadcast this radio program. And I wanted to start out. We talk about politics a lot on this program. We talk a lot about culture. But I want to use what's happening here in Memphis as a jumping off point for what could happen and what will happen in your town in your city in your community. And we have seen this play out in New York City in San Francisco in Chicago and Philadelphia, Baltimore, Los Angeles, and it's hard to, it's hard for some of us to wrap our heads around what's going on. Because it's easy to just dismiss. What's happening in New York? Well, it's a big town. They got what, 15 million people. It's New York City. They're always shooting people up there. But when it happens in a place like Memphis, population 1.3 million. It resonates with folks. There's something about that. Because Tucker is right, Memphis used to be a crown jewel of a city. And it's been decimated. And it's been decimated by Democrat policies. We have been under the control of the Democrats for decades. We have been under the control of progressives for at least the past decade. And it has nearly destroyed our city. Do you realize we have what? One major shopping mall and it's nearly empty here. They call it the galleria. People don't even want to go there. It's too dangerous. And that's in a good part of town? We live in constant fear and if you want, but if you walked out on the street and you asked somebody, they would not tell that to you, but subconsciously we all do. It's where you get your gas. You know we're not to go at night. You know that when you do get out of your car, you've got to immediately lock your car, you've got to look around. When you're waiting for the gas to fill up your tank, you're constantly looking around your head is on a swivel, praying you don't get carjacked. And by the way, God forbid that happens, what you do, ladies and gentlemen, is you take that nozzle out of your car and you hose down the bad guys with the gas. That's what you do. Just try to be helpful here. Offer some pointers. But this is what happens when you allow Democrats complete control. And it was a horrible thing that happened in our town. Over the past year or so, as I've gotten acclimated and react limited to living back here in Memphis, I came to understand that the old money controlled the Republican Party. The country club Republicans. And they don't like Trump, they don't like maga. They don't like conservatives. They're just old school Rockefeller Republicans. They don't want to rock the boat because they want to be able to get contracts. They want to be able to get business deals with the Democrats who literally control everything in this town. And if it means that true conservatives don't get elected, they're okay with that..

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"memphis" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"memphis" Discussed on Fore The People

"It's fun, man. I think Memphis is Memphis commissary is a good spot. I've been to Memphis more than anything for that God dang U.S. open 36 whole day than actually playing in the saint Jude tournament, but of a good I have a good time there, man. It's freaking usually hot as balls. I can only imagine how hot it is in July this time of year. That maybe that's why scores are scores are low. Maybe it's like I know that it rain ball enhanced situation. I think they have zoya, perfect zoya, but Bermuda greens that usually get kind of firm and fast. We got to drive it. I don't think the course favors anybody. I mean, what do you think? It's like, I don't know, you can be not the longest guy in an accurate iron player and good, but a few holes it's worthwhile, but you can't make devs and trips out there in the city. No, you got a crock pot of winners out there really over the last 20 years. You got anyone from Dustin Johnson Harris English to Fabian Gomez. If you play well that week, you can win. It doesn't favor anyone. But the thing that I love most about that, and you mentioned the U.S. open qualifier there. They used to have, well, it was a mainstay, really, because Memphis was the tournament before the U.S. open for, I don't know. 30 years, something like that. It was a ton. Make this one far from Baton Rouge. And I have no status in 2012 flamed out in the first stage of Q school. So almost down to my last dollar, figured I'd try the Memphis PGA Tour qualifier, but that's back when it was a Sunday qualifier. So because the Monday qualifier for the U.S. open was the next day. So you had a Sunday qualifier before the tournament and then the very next day you had the Memphis U.S. open qualifier. So that was a great situation for guys that were actually in the Memphis U.S. open qualifier, but myself being that just a few months prior to that was snubbed by the USGA and the walker cup committee. Of course I go to my third site, and that is in Springfield, Ohio, which if you try to get to Springfield, Ohio, after you've played 18 holes in Memphis, to try to play the next morning at 8 a.m. 36 holes in the U.S. open qualifier. It's quite impossible. So I qualify for Memphis. I don't know, I don't know what remember what it was, 66 or 67. It's got to be my first Monday qualifier. I get through super pumped. I'm not going to be broke if I make the cut. That's good. So then I try to figure out how to get to Springfield Illinois. And that is a hell of a trip from Memphis. I could have driven. It would have been about 9 or ten hours, and that would have put me in Springfield about 30 minutes before I tee off, and the U.S. open, or I can go to Memphis airport, try to connect through some jabroni airport somewhere and get there with maybe two or three hours of sleep. That's what I ended up doing. 35 E situation back in the back. Living by the bathroom made it to a host house that I stayed with a year before, also in that tournament that I played with you.

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"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So that was a dream come true for him. So lorenzen ends up playing 5 seasons with the Memphis Grizzlies in his hometown, but during this time, Lisa. How would you describe what was going on with his personal life? Well, he was having a very successful professional basketball career and his personal life was also you would say successful as well. He was married to his high school sweetheart, her name is Cheryl Robinson. They were married, had 7 children, listening to their children, talk about the early years of their marriage and their childhoods, especially shemar and Lamar, his twin sons. They talk about it just being kind of like a storybook. All the good times, all the family vacations, the christmases that they spent together. I'm Taylor camera what you get. That's what mommy in bed. Lamar told me. We were always having a Christmas tree and make sure everyone's that green that tree, like music playing. And I was like, just the beginning of it. Shemar said it was always good vibes or just good times when my parents were together. Merry Christmas. You ready to count with me now? One of lorenzen's children, his daughter Lauren. She says our parents were always kissing and hugging all that gross stuff that kids don't want to see. They are just like happy and kissing and all that nasty stuff as a kid. You're like, they were loving and in love and they were my mom and dad. They were always together. So from the outside looking in, this was the perfect family. Unfortunately, that didn't last..

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"memphis" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

05:33 min | 11 months ago

"memphis" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Like the top players in the league is like a totally different conversation than what's actually going to happen. But morant in year three has we were talking about the way this team was built. Do you think that there are any, I've heard some kind of commonalities between I said this scene reminds me of like kind of the 1415 warriors in it's a young not in terms of I don't think that they're going to accomplish what the warriors did. I don't think so. Maybe they'll prove me wrong, but they remind me that it's a hater John needs Kyle. He needs to be a negative energy. I'd love to motivate you, Jo, go ahead, put that on your billboard, however you get it down here, Baltimore. But in terms of a team that is ahead of schedule, but it also just that it's a team that they're league has looked at them and thought, well, they don't necessarily fit our ideas of what a traditional star driven team would do in the past. It's like a cohesive unit that does something really well. You brought up another team though that they remind you of. Yeah, to me, they're less still warriors and they're more the suns. Like with jaws Nash, not that these are all and if these are always a very rough comparisons, right? For sure. I looked at them like they're at their best when they have Jared at the 5. They're spraying the core and running. So he's kind of like the Amari type jaws Nash. And I think what's going to be key for them to go back where time up before is that wing defense is Deshawn Marian type. Do they have enough wing defense from Clark from Brooks? And I think it's possible ultimately, they have to use Jaron in that role. As your wing stopper. I think that might be kind of the ceiling for this team. Could you start game planning out if they play the Lakers in a series? Who's actually going to guard LeBron James? They play the Mavs in a series who's actually going to guard Luka Dončić. Well, that's the thing to throw at him. Yeah, I mean, they have a bunch of good team defenders too, which is interesting like Kyle Anderson I was telling you that he just is so what a luxury to have like a guy who is a converted point guard who's 6 foot 9 that you can just plug in there. And a shot that just defies everything in my basketball DNA. The way he shoots, I just can never, ever get used to it. But quickly before we do that, I think what I'm kind of talking about too with the team thing is like, those teams all sort of like predated like a paradigm shift in the NBA. I've wondered a little bit if the rule changes have benefited Memphis like mentality and style of plagues we've talked about. They love to defend. They defend as a team. They're smart. I don't know that. I don't know how often you're going to see a paradigm shift like you saw in like 14, 15 with the warriors that people didn't see and it caused mass mis evaluation of players. I don't know if we're seeing that, but Memphis does seem like they're on to something with how they accrue talent. Quickly, I want to jump through Desmond Bain. Most improved player what do you think about that as a related to that? Sure. I had given most improved player to second year players because they're supposed to improve. That pisses some people off when you say that I felt the same way. When Luca made that jump to MVP level, I was like, well, yeah, he was right there. I don't know. That's a funny irritates people when you say that. I say it too, so I know. Most improved to me is kind of a made up award anyway. It's kind of like a low key disk, because that means you used to be really bad and now you're good or something. I never liked that award. I always thought it was reserved for people who were like, coming from off the radar a little bit and they jumped onto a path that we didn't expect. Because you know what else every player is going to say. I was always this good. I asked to get the opportunity. Like a 100% they're all going to say that. Yeah. Bane, bane this year, I think we saw some of the playmaking, those things are going to come in time. I think we saw those in summer league a little bit of the regular season a little bit different. I think Kyle just give them the stats. Bane has had a massive jump statistically this year. Well, yeah, in terms of his counting stats, he's way up. I mean, he's got he went from 9.2 last year to 17.7 this year, and he's up to 2.4 assists as a defender. He's basically up to close to a plus defender. I mean, we've sung his phrases a hundred times a 100 million times on here. I mean, he's a great relocating shooter. He can and if he's going to be able to hit those dribble pull ups, that's another wrinkle that you can throw in there. I think he's a pretty underrated passer, honestly. But I think more like creating and getting to the rim, his size, because he's not like a super explosive athlete, physical driver, but doesn't get over the ram, things like that. I love bane, but yeah, anything else you want to add on Bain before we move on? I mean, you look at Desmond Bain. You get the success he's had as the number 30 pick. And then it's like, man, Boston was at 14, and they drafted Aaron nee Smith. For the exact same role and you said, okay, Memphis got a much better player 16 picks later. That to me says, whoever in the Memphis front offices, I expect they're gonna start going around the league. I'd expect some guys from that front office to get GM job was pretty soon. Because what they've done top to bottom speaks for itself. Yeah, it's kind of you see like a ripple effect from innovative thinking. You know, we saw that with more, maybe maybe we'll see that from this Memphis how they're approaching things for sure. Just some other guys that I wanted to just bounce around talk here a little bit about. You talked about Stephen Adams kind of finding his groove again..

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"memphis" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

07:18 min | 11 months ago

"memphis" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Single item at regular price can not be combined with any other offer. All right, so the Memphis Grizzlies are on a tear right now. They have been on a tear for the past little bit. They are 19 and 5 since December 1st. I went through, you know, we're not totally sure who the playoff teams are, but 15 of those against perceived playoff teams. Third in the west behind Golden State in Phoenix. What in the world is clicking for Memphis right now? I mean, everything, right? They're probably the biggest story in the NBA, I would think. And we figured we are a young players podcast pretty much all their success is powered by young players. So let's talk about their whole team. They're relevant to us. We'll be the 50th podcast talk about the grizzlies. Hopefully we can put our own unique spin on it. But yeah, they've been dominant. It's been interesting because they've had John one, then ja went out for a while. They still kept wanting. They're just winning almost regardless of who's out there. It's pretty incredible. What did you think about the conversations that I know we briefly touched on it? I know how I feel about this, but what did you think about the John morant? They played better with jot without jaw for that brief time. What did you make of that conversation? I think the important point to make is sometimes when a team elevates like this, we want to give all the success credit one player because we're such a star driven league. So it's easy to look at because I've always said the most relevant stats, it always comes back to points per game and wins and losses. So when you score a lot of points on a team that wins a lot of games, you get all the credit for it. And I don't necessarily think it means all that much that they won without job. So they were ten and two without them. What it tells you is it's not just jaw. This is a team wide rise. And I think if you're a Memphis fan, that's the most encouraging part, is that it isn't just one player. It's three and four and 5 young players all rolling together at the same time. That's a nice segue to something that's interesting about this Memphis group. Now we can go down the itemized player by player development discussion that I want to do that quickly, but something about their culture that you and I talked about that was interesting and relevant kind of jutting off of the cam reddish thing that's relevant is how they go about Memphis is a team that over the past few years has had some picks. They've used the picks pretty pretty phenomenally. I think we could agree on that. And what was it you texted me the other day about how they choose their personnel. What do you think just from afar? I don't have any more speculating about speculating about this. I don't know anything specific. What is it about they pick players do you think that's showing up in the product this soon? That's already working this soon. Is there anything that jumps out to you? I think when you look at the players they draft and I really do think sometimes we make things more complicated than they actually are. And what Memphis does really well is there's obviously this very long conversation that goes back to 20 years now. I test versus stats, analytics for scouts, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But Memphis does, as they say, if you're a really good player, you should leave some kind of statistical impact on the game at the college level. It might not be the statistics that necessarily points rebounds, steals assists. But there should be some inkling on the court that you're impacting the game. And they're not just going to draft the guy based on his stats, but they're going to use stats to help themselves find players. So not to get too far down into a rabbit hole. But the guys like Brandon Clark, the Anthony Melton, Desmond Bain, these are all late first round picks early second round picks. They were all advanced stats darlings in college. And what they all had in common was they lacked the ideal physical dimensions that teams look for. Brandon Clark is 6 foot 8, really more of a center. The Anthony mountain's 6 foot two, more of a shooting guard. These don't necessarily fit your prototypical dimensions. Desmond. 6 foot four very short arms. So those guys lack the statistical things teams look for. What Memphis says not statistical. They like the physical traits. Memphis said, hey, yes, they might lack certain things, but they all suffer certain advantages that they have in the court. Clark phenomenal athlete. Desmond Bain phenomenal shooter. The Anthony mountain really, really smart player. And that allows them to have an impact on the game more than their physical tools might suggest. So we're just going to grab them. And I think what makes Memphis so interesting is you go up and down their roster. They have like 13 good players. 14 good players. It's that depth. When guys go out, they just keep rolling. And then there's guys like, John kancha. He was an advanced stats darling. He's a 6 foot 5 post player from where Fort Wayne or something. Fort Wayne. And he basically, if there was a guy who had crazy advanced stats numbers in college, but NBA scouts wrote him off. He probably wound up in Memphis. Yeah, I think that's very true. Now they do have a couple freaks. Darren Jackson junior was yet 6 11 with 7 foot 6 wingspan, ten inch hands, ten by ten inch hands. I mean, he's just a physical freak I want to talk more about him. But I think something else that I've noticed too is that there is a sort of commonality between these players and their ability to create disruption defensively. Now they're all like smart. I do think that they have a collection of pretty smart players in my opinion, but they have a lot of guys who can create disruption in the form of live ball turnovers. And we can see that because this is the number two in the league and deflections first and fast break points. And the other thing too, is that a lot of these players stylistically I've noticed that Memphis really embraces the middle game. They not just pull up jumpers, but they embrace the floater game. No team is shooting as many floaters as they do. Brandon Clark is incredible at it. John morant's incredible at it. They have a lot of guys who like to take that shot. But the defense is key. I think the floater thing is important. Here's why the photo thing is important. Because the Memphis lives at the intersection of guys who impact the game efficiently without ideal physical tools and that intersection exists, a lot of those guys use floaters because the floater allows you to play bigger than what you are. So I don't think that necessary target guys use floaters a lot. But if you use a floater, if you're not someone with ideal physical tools, you should probably have a floater in your game. And that's why Brandon Clark is a good example of the floater and how powerful it can be for an undersized big man..

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"memphis" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"memphis" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Brewery. The best craft beer in the heart of leslie. Bill find him at eleven. Seventy seven queen street east. That's radical road brewery. My name is david less. I'm the memphis bass. Author of book called memphis mayhem story of the music. That shook up the world moscow. A record producer record came out in. May alex chilton with the hi rhythm section. The legacy records live record had never been released for a few other records. That i've a pretty twenty records and several concerts promoting been despite a long time so welcome to the music. Welcome welcome welcome welcome. It's so great to heavy. join us. Thanks thank you. Yeah david what what came. What came first for you. You know you're you're an author producer. Historian what was your first foray into into music. Well i listen to music on his five. I have an older brother shopping alarm ladder. You know all that stuff. I looked nelson all that stuff out. Really really young on but professionally. I guess where. I made a living so assuming i still living or in music was just working on record. When can college a lot of people would. They used to be record store. Yes and and it was a way to get a lot of free records on. Learn a lot about music and make friends and you know. Stay out light. So i i was four. I worked at a short ball. Poplar tunic which is a very famous store here they on the same people on hi records label and people. You know play So you know a lot of activity in popular tunes and that was probably where i i got a real taste of not only being around vinyl at around record but the way. The industry works the problem man. Sales people in you know just just the way it all fell together. So you were at the time we're living through like what i want to this terms of We get into the book is you know it's it's it's race it's social issues it's music. It's all tied up in the one part of your upbringing. That that guy. The book in the of the book well i grew up in memphis and memphis is a place where on black and white musicians particularly coexisted. Make music together. You know. it's part of our history parker. Dna too much with the citizens seat susan but or they And not not many different ways and methods than everywhere. It's not you know but you know we in what i was in high school. Dr martin luther king was assassinated here. Lot change you know a lot train. Stacks records not had been our hometown record company. And frankly i had no idea that anything unusual going on in music year up until i moved away came back new york in the mid seventies prior to that. I just assumed that everybody at w. dia with rufus thomas on the radio you know you could. You could go grocery store. The african aids. You know the you know if you saw bearcat drive ground. Probably elvis. And i didn't.

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"memphis" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"memphis" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Took the basket off her head. Try to talk to her and attempted to find a pulse but found none nora later stated that she touched her mother's arms and face when she found her when her mother did not respond. She kept shaking her but then soon ended the neighbor's house screaming and joe followed her back to the house. Nora said that her mother kept her purse to the left side of her bed. Had a nice cell phone and usually cash wallet. Norris said that her mother usually slept in a big t shirt but sometimes slept in her underwear. Yeah but jennifer's boyfriend mark would later say that jennifer did sometimes sleep in the nude on the hot nights so that could explain why she was nude it responds to questions nor a further stated that she and her mother recently had a disagreement over a party that nora's boyfriend had thrown at their house. And that nora said that jennifer was disappointed with him because she trusted him. She didn't trust nora when asked about that. Cut on her left hand between her thumb and forefinger. Nora said she cut her hand at the italian festival on friday night when she tripped and fell on a broken beer bottle. She said that her mother had purchased new skin adhesive for her to treat her cut. Nora said the cut had not required stitches. But she didn't offer to show detectives the cut and they didn't ask to see it according to investigators. Nora didn't appear to be intoxicated or high. At the time of the interview she signed her statement at nine fifty three. Am on june fifth and after giving her statement she said that some of the receipts from her activities from midnight until the time she found her mother's body could still be in her vehicle photos taken later of nora's hands showing apparently intact manicure and a small piece of white tape with no absorption pad covering the cut on her left hand. It was confirmed that these photos are routinely taken during the investigation of a murder by stabbing. Because if the person perpetrating. The crime hits a bone while stabbing the victim. Their hand may continue to slide down the blade and cut their hand. So nora state at the memphis police station for about four hours that morning talking to them.

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"memphis" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"memphis" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Rachel said on the morning of june fifth that they eventually walked outside to wait for the police. There were times before emergency personnel. Got there when they didn't know where nor was and nor was the last to exit the house when the emergency personnel arrived so we can read. That is saying nora. Had a chance to put that basket over her mother's head. And what do we know about that sort of thing in a murder. It's a personal thing. Yes usually someone that the killer cares about or is a shame to have killed and they don't wanna have to look at their face. Cover it up. So there's another red flag so the memphis crime scene investigation unit arrived at the scene around five forty five in the morning. Crime scene tape had not been put up yet but by six thirty. Am it was officer. David who is the head of the csi team arrived at five. Forty five in the morning and left at three o'clock in the afternoon he documented in his crime scene logged at twenty. Two people entered the house so payment. I walked the perimeter of the residents and noticed what appeared to be blood and glass on the kitchen floor as well as possible blood on the front porch lawyer front door and living room. Floors blood had soaked the sheets and pillows. On jennifer's bed and blood was spattered on the closet door next to her body smeared on the wall by the light switch and pulled on the floor under and surrounding the body so bloodbath officer payment requested that special equipment and three additional officers be dispatched to the scene. The csi unit and police requested that the medical examiner in particular. The blood spattered expert come out and evaluate the scene but no one from the emmys office ever came in an attempt to lift in preserved bloody footprints in the hallway. The csi unit use chemical products. They had not used before and more importantly had not been trained to use. Csi team also used a crime site imager which was a noninvasive body fluid fingerprint detection device. They used it throughout the house. But no fingerprints. With rich details we detected so maybe the same doesn't work as well as it should have or maybe the people didn't know how to use it. Well it's suggested that they didn't know what they were doing with it while it's gotta be fingerprints in the house and people live there well and you have to wonder then about wiping things down in my mind. Can't wipe much down. Well i don't know it wasn't a clean house. There was stuff everywhere. Yeah so there's not a lot of smooth surfaces. I'm just saying it would be impossible to totally wiped the house down so that there's no fingerprints at all. Oh sure you're probably right with that. But in addition to taking over two hundred photos of the scene and attempting to lift the bloody footprints the csi unit documented and collected physical evidence from the scene including a pair of gold sandals. Found in the foyer by the front door to drinking glasses located on the kitchen counter. A knife block found in the kitchen with three empty knife slots one knife found by the kitchen sink. Another knife found farther on the kitchen counter beneath a golf club and a third knife was also collected from the scene so above club during on the kitchen counter. Yeah i know was her blood on the close at one of the murder weapons. Nope there was no bludgeoning that they knew of broker could have been from an earlier. Argument may be defense. Someone was holding it to defend themselves other..

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"memphis" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"memphis" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"She said her face and her eyes were fixed so her eyes were open and staring into space while rachel talked on the phone. Joe nora stay near the foyer at one point nor tried to get to mother but joe held her back. The kitchen floor had broken glass in the door window panel which had been broken. The window had been broken. A odd spot though. It was not broken with doorknob was but broken near loch further up on the door which could only be seen from the inside. So this meant that jennifer's killer had to know about that luck. Well yeah because if you're trying to open a door you're going to break it near the doorknob unless you know that there's that unusual lock up higher on the door. Let gonna be some interesting evidence. I think that's significant. You're now when rachel returned to the sun room. Nora was still rocking and crying. And she noticed that nora didn't have a speck of blood on her which was weird because she was saying that she had gone to her mother. It's true his blood all over the place in their bedroom right so she noticed that nora was very sweaty and the paramedics and the police showed up within five minutes of that. Call memphis police officer. Russell tankersley arrived at jackson's house. At about five fifteen. That morning the house was dark with only a porch light on a few lamps inside nor came outside screaming that something was wrong with her mom. Tankersley entered the house with his flashlight and his weapon drawn inside. He saw blood on the floor. He saw broken glass in the kitchen. Nora came back inside and told him that her mother was in the back. Then she again start yelling my mom my mom and tried to go back to jennifer. Tankersley asked his partner to get nora out of the house. Walking slowly into the dark bedroom tankersley saw blood on the floor. Blood on the bed and blood all over jennifer's body. When he had cleared the house to wait for paramedics he looked at nor more closely. She was wearing a blue jeans skirt and grey long-sleeved sweatshirt and she told him she was tired and she just wanted to go to sleep. Which really was a red flag So michelle hobart. A memphis fire department paramedic arrived in order for her to examine jennifer's body. She removed a wicker basket that was covering her face and head. The basket was covering jennifer's face head and neck and her mouth was filled with blood. Hobart placed a cardiac monitor on jennifer's cheek to check for electrical activity the heart but there was none. She stopped counting the stab wounds at fifteen. She did not take a core temperature but would later describe jennifer's body as cool not cold five eighteen a m hobart pronounce jennifer debt. So why didn't she take the temperature. That something. I haven't been able to figure out current of the rule right yeah. There's no question that this is a murder right so there are some things. I think they should have done that. They didn't do parent a few hundred try to establish a time of death or estimate of time at death. You're gonna take a body temperature. He had just saying she felt cool. Really doesn't tell us anything. Cool not cold. Yeah that's an important distinction. Thanks a lot for that. Yeah so joe and rachel. The neighbors were certain that there had not been a basket on jennifer's head when they went in to check with nora remember rachel had gone in and check jennifer and saw her eyes fixed staring into the ceiling or whatever but when the paramedic check the room the basket was there so she had to remove the basket to examine jennifer..

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"memphis" Discussed on Premium Hoops

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04:34 min | 1 year ago

"memphis" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"So i think it makes sense. Moving from want show is a good move. I don't love taking on show if memphis but i think part of that for for minnesota was like okay. Well we are just ready to move on from like the maybe that's more just about making salaries work. It's not like his salary's terrible but like it was just not a super impactful. Nba player in my opinion right now so. I love that for minnesota in a vacuum again. What is going to do for them next year. Looking at it from memphis perspective. I like that. They're taking a chance on your call there. The team who. I am not surprised as taking a chance on Call but it's also just kind of murky to me like okay. Let's just talk about it with both colver. I the colver is not a good finisher right now. I mean he's okay at the rim shot fifty nine percent at the room this last year which was up five percent from his rookie year but he has some really bad misses. The craft isn't fully there for him. He's good at getting to the rim. It's just actually finishing their the three was not there. The free throw got better but like it's still bad like he shot sixty percent at the free. Throw line this past season. He's a very legit fender. Like he. a good good wing defender. I believe in him to be an impactful defender. Belykh okay. is there still some kind of with him as a ball handler is. He gonna be able to shoot an attack. Closeouts were a waste from from being able to answer those questions because the the framework just isn't that right now. He didn't get to play summer league because he had an ankle injury that he was still slow rehabbing from from this past season again. I like i understand memphis taking swing on him but also lake. I do struggle with it. Because here's my thing. Like where is jerry. Call playing time coming Is the real question. Because let's just go down the roster right now. They have stephen adams daniel. Oh terror locked up for next year for sure. Those guys are both centers. Obviously jaren jackson junior in the front court wacho behind him. I don't really know how much watchable even play. I would bet very little in there could even be another move for him. Who knows santee. All the mas there. I actually believe he's going overseas though. I mean xavier. Tillman is there as as the backup..

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"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Your dad ever physically hurt your mom. Do make mistakes. I know he wasn't happy with himself when he did it. You know. I know the at the at the end of the day. My mom loved my dad and my mom and we all love my dad as well. So lorenzen insurer. They divorced in two thousand ten lisa and lorenzen moves to atlanta. But he's still comes to visit memphis fairly frequently. Which is what happened on. July eighteenth two thousand and ten from what we learned. It was not unusual at all for lorenzen. Even though he and share were divorced it was not unusual at all for him to come visit. Shera and the kids In memphis which is what he did on. July eighteenth up twenty ten. The twin say they remember that night. They were surprised to see their father but it wasn't unusual for him to just show up. Unfortunately it was the last time they ever saw their father. Alive alls laying. There and i was asleep. He woke me up before he left us. Like I love whatever he gives the kiss on them for the or whatever and i was like i love you too. I went back to sleep after that night. That is when lorenzen wright went missing and he was missing for ten days family members friends. Everyone was contacted. Who knew lorenzen shero right at. The time said that she just assumed that he would show up at some point that.

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"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"And the city religious fell in love with them. Who's just an honor to play for is team. Because he has a great basketball tradition. He played two years at the university of memphis and then declared for the one thousand nine hundred ninety six nba draft simple challenge for the best best ball this momentum and went on to have a not a superstar career in the nba but a solid one. When you mentioned the city of memphis lisa and the ethos and the personality that city embodied and lorenzen embodying that what does that mean well to find out like you really have to talk to people who are from memphis and another one of memphis. Beloved sons has penny hardaway. And when you talk to to penny He says grit and grind. Does that memphis is. We really take pride in everything that you've you've earned him. In a city kind of arsim he was going to make you work all game. Lorenzen wright was that kind of grit and grind player that he wasn't going to make it easy on you during a basketball game. He was going to make you work for everything that you've got and you know they're cities like that around the country that are just about you know. Blue collar hard were Leave it all out there. And from everything that i've heard and read and learned about lorenzen right. That's the kind of ballplayer than he was so in one thousand nine hundred six lease as you say. Lorenzen wright enters the nba draft and this is one of the most loaded draft classes. We've ever seen good evening. And welcome to the nineteen ninety-six nba draft that the content. It's alan iverson. it's kobe. Bryant steve. nash. It's ray allen and at number seven overall is lorenzen wright the los angeles clippers select lorenzen right from the university of memphis so that nba career. How would you describe how a when it was solid but think about lorenzen. Wright was drafted higher than kobe bryant. Yes lorenzen wright. Didn't turn out to be the kind of player that kobe bryant was two players do but lorenzen wright had a solid career. Again he was. He was highly regarded for just his style of play the dirty work the rebounding the defense. He was six ten. He played for the clippers to start. His crew was drafted by the clippers. Then he moved onto the atlanta hawks. He eventually ended up with the vancouver grizzlies. What's interesting about that. Is that the grizzlies. Moved to of course memphis. We're represented for memphis. Only so thank you guys for coming on. And he got this unique and wonderful opportunity to actually go home and play for his hometown. Team now the memphis grizzlies voice trail so that was a dream. Come true for him. Lorenzen ends up playing five seasons with the memphis grizzlies in his hometown. But during this time. Lisa how would you describe what was going on with his personal life. Well he was having a very successful professional basketball career and his personal life was also you would say successful as well. He was married to his high school. Sweetheart her name's sharon robinson they were married. Had seven children listening to their children. Talk about the early years of their marriage and their childhoods Especially chamara and lamar his twin sons. They talk about it just being kind of like a storybook all the good times all the family vacations the christmases that they spent together to get my head. Lamar told me. We always having a christmas tree and make sure why is during the tree like christmas music plan and i'll say just the beginning of it. Shimmer said always good vibes or just good times when my parents were together for christmas got cal. One of lauren's children his daughter lauren. She says our parents were always kissing hugging all that gross stuff. That kids don't wanna see. They were just like happy and kissing and all that like nasty stuff as a kid you like that they were loving and in love and they were mom mom and dad they are always together so from the outside looking in this was the perfect family Unfortunately that didn't last when things take a turn for this story book picture of a family. It was in two thousand and three It was a horrible tragedy. The rights lost one of their children their youngest eleven month old sierra. She died in her crib and authorities said it was because of sudden infant syndrome. We call it sits. It's devastating for any family. But i think for the rights. It really was the beginning of the end for them so this tragedy is reshaping their life. What is lorenzen rights. Nba career looking like at this point so when sierra right died not only was it just emotionally heartbreaking and devastating for lorenzen and his wife sarah in their children but it was also coinciding with the downturn of his nba career and eventually in two thousand nine after thirteen seasons in the league. His playing days were over. And what effect. Lisa does this have on his marriage with shera at this point after the death of sierra right things at home didn't go well for lorenzen and share right. Their marriage had begun to suffer. There were accusations of infidelity on both sides Share claim that lorenzen physically abused her. Although no official reports were ever filed everything kind of came to a head in two thousand and nine when the couple separated in two thousand and ten they eventually divorced so the twins lisa the twin sons of lorenzen and shera lamar shomar. Do they remember any of the physical abuse you reference there in their parents marriage. I asked them that And they were vague with their responses But remember they were young eight nine years old some of their older siblings however say that they do remember Particularly lauren right. The twins older sister. She says that she does remember seeing her father. Physically abused their mother. I mean it was like one instance. When i was like six grade that i was like in the middle of my sleep in that i heard some thumping and stuff and then i woke up and i walked to the steps in. I saw him physically salting her but again when i asked the twins specifically if they had witnessed any incidents of physical abuse they weren't so committal but this is what lamar told me. Do you believe that.

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"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"And the city religious fell in love with them. Who's just an honor to play for is team. Because he has a great basketball tradition. He played two years at the university of memphis and then declared for the one thousand nine hundred ninety six nba draft challenge for the best best ball this momentum and went on to have a not a superstar career in the nba but a solid one. When you mentioned the city of memphis lisa and the ethos and the personality that city embodied and lorenzen embodying that what does that mean well to find out like you really have to talk to people who are from memphis and another one of memphis. Beloved sons has penny hardaway. And when you talk to to penny He says grit and grind. Does that memphis is. We really take pride in everything that you've you've earned him. In a city kind of arsim he was going to make you work all game. Lorenzen wright was that kind of grit and grind player that he wasn't going to make it easy on you during a basketball game. He was going to make you work for everything that you've got and you know their cities like that around the country that are just about you know. Blue collar hard were Leave it all out there. And from everything that i've heard and read and learned about lorenzen right. That's the kind of ballplayer than he was so in one thousand nine hundred six lease as you say. Lorenzen wright enters the nba draft and this is one of the most loaded draft classes. We've ever seen good evening. And welcome to the nineteen ninety-six nba draft that the content. It's alan iverson. it's kobe. Bryant steve. nash. It's ray allen and at number seven overall is lorenzen wright the los angeles clippers select lorenzen right from the university of memphis so that nba career. How would you describe how a win. It was solid but think about lorenzen. Wright was drafted higher than kobe bryant. Yes lorenzen wright. Didn't turn out to be the kind of player that kobe bryant was two players do but lorenzen wright had a solid career. Again he was. He was highly regarded for just his style of play the dirty work the rebounding the defense. He was six ten. He played for the clippers to start. His crew was drafted by the clippers. Then he moved onto the atlanta hawks. He eventually ended up with the vancouver grizzlies. What's interesting about that. Is that the grizzlies. Moved to of course memphis. We're represented for memphis. Only so thank you guys for coming on. And he got this unique and wonderful opportunity to actually go home and play for his hometown. Team now the memphis grizzlies choice trail so that was a dream. Come true for him. Lorenzen ends up playing five seasons with the memphis grizzlies in his hometown. But during this time. Lisa how would you describe what was going on with his personal life. Well he was having a very successful professional basketball career and his personal life was also you would say successful as well. He was married to his high school. Sweetheart her name's sharon robinson they were married. Had seven children listening to their children. Talk about the early years of their marriage and their childhoods Especially chamara and lamar his twin sons. They talk about it just being kind of like a storybook all the good times all the family vacations the christmases that they spent together to get my head. Lamar told me. We always having a christmas tree and make sure why is during the tree like christmas music plan and i'll say just the beginning of it. Shimmer said always good vibes or just good times when my parents were together for christmas got cal. One of lauren's children his daughter lauren. She says our parents were always kissing hugging all that gross stuff. That kids don't wanna see. They were just like happy and kissing and all that like nasty stuff as a kid you like that they were loving and in love and they were mom mom and dad they are always together so from the outside looking in this was the perfect family Unfortunately that didn't last when things take a turn for this story book picture of a family. It was in two thousand and three It was a horrible tragedy. The rights lost one of their children their youngest eleven month old sierra. She died in her crib and authorities said it was because of sudden infant syndrome. We call it sits. It's devastating for any family. But i think for the rights. It really was the beginning of the end for them so this tragedy is reshaping their life. What is lorenzen rights. Nba career looking like at this point so when sierra right died not only was it just emotionally heartbreaking and devastating for lorenzen and his wife sarah in their children but it was also coinciding with the downturn of his nba career and eventually in two thousand nine after thirteen seasons in the league. His playing days were over. And what effect. Lisa does this have on his marriage with shera at this point after the death of sierra right things at home didn't go well for lorenzen and share right. Their marriage had begun to suffer. There were accusations of infidelity on both sides Share claim that lorenzen physically abused her. Although no official reports were ever filed everything kind of came to a head in two thousand and nine when the couple separated in two thousand and ten they eventually divorced so the twins lisa the twin sons of lorenzen and shera lamar shomar. Do they remember any of the physical abuse you reference there in their parents marriage. I asked them that And they were vague with their responses But remember they were young eight nine years old some of their older siblings however say that they do remember Particularly lauren right. The twins older sister. She says that she does remember seeing her father. Physically abused their mother. I mean it was like one instance. When i was like six grade that i was like in the middle of my sleep in that i heard some thumping and stuff and then i woke up and i walked to the steps in. I saw him physically assaulting her. But again when i asked the twins specifically if they had witnessed any incidents of physical abuse. They weren't so committal. But this is what lamar told me. Do you believe that.

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"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"memphis" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"I wanted to start the beginning here. Who was lorenzen wright. Lorenzo right was memphis tennessee. Anyone who knew him they all say the same thing that he kind of embodied. What the city of memphis was all about each chose to stay in memphis To play college ball and the city religious fell in love with them. Who's just an honor to play for is team. Because he has a great basketball tradition. He played two years at the university of memphis and then declared for the one thousand nine hundred ninety six nba draft challenge for the best best ball this momentum and went on to have a not a superstar career in the nba but a solid one. When you mentioned the city of memphis lisa and the ethos and the personality that city embodied and lorenzen embodying that what does that mean well to find out like you really have to talk to people who are from memphis and another one of memphis. Beloved sons has penny hardaway. And when you talk to to penny He says grit and grind. Does that memphis is. We really take pride in everything that you've you've earned him. In a city kind of arsim he was going to make you work all game. Lorenzen wright was that kind of grit and grind player that he wasn't going to make it easy on you during a basketball game. He was going to make you work for everything that you've got and you know their cities like that around the country that are just about you know. Blue collar hard were Leave it all out there. And from everything that i've heard and read and learned about lorenzen right. That's the kind of ballplayer than he was

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"memphis" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"memphis" Discussed on That’s Strange

"For the west memphis three. And there's some big names peter jackson Eddie vedder johnny depp. I mean people. These are people that put a lot of money and a lot of time into freeing these kids because they saw a little bit of themselves in these kids. This could have been them growing up. Just like ryan said the. The focus now needs to be on solving the murder. That's the only way you're going to get these kids exonerated for for this crime. There's no other way because right now. They're convicted murderers. They're still guilty of this crime. They're still convicted. That's why they can't sue. That's why they can't do anything the yeah. I think it's good going to say yeah. I think it's a shame in it. Really upsets me. I think it upsets a lot of people. It's an absolute shame that that is how this case was quote solved. That that that that's how this was ended is purely. It was a hundred percent to protect the state and its representatives and that is such a shame it's shed such a terrible light for the people that actually know how it ended. I i agree with you that it it just really simple let me put it really simply you have evidence this pointing to a suspect. You have an alibi. That's not lining up and you need to just do your job and look into the sky. You find out that he's clean then he's clean but do your frigging job. Oh man that drives me nuts. Just do your job do what you were either elected to do or hired to do and it needs to be done. The families of these kids need to know what happened to their kids. And you don't have the right story and if you find out you do then you find out you do. And we're done now. We move on but do your job and re look at the evidence man. My my blood pressure is probably prick in two hundred over one hundred and eighty right now but for real really the alford plea are you kidding. Yeah like what a piece of crap on most ridiculous thing i've ever. I've never even heard of the alfred. Play to be honest with you. It's ridiculous i mean it's it's hardly ever used because of a court case where a guy there was sufficient to basically put him in jail but he negotiated and said that he tried to negotiate for a lower sentence and then That they turned that down. But then somebody came up with this weird thing. Based on the case i was trying to read a little bit about it while we were talking. It's just it's very confusing. It makes no sense. How are you supposed to be able to say. Oh yeah i'm guilty but also a medicine right. Yeah and like they can't pursue the case any further. After like to be honest you can't bring it back into the court..

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"memphis" Discussed on That’s Strange

That’s Strange

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"memphis" Discussed on That’s Strange

"Hobbs and steven branch lived three houses down from us on south macauley about six thirty. We came out. The door and steven was in front on his bike and christopher michael running behind him and they zoomed out real fast. I told christopher i gave him. You need to go home. Your brother said to go home. He said. I don't have to do what you tell me. Do at six thirty. The boy sped off on their bikes carlos. Sales who is another witness was a junior high student at the same time as as the disappearance police spoke to him during the initial canvassing. However bob rough. Who's a private investigator who worked on the case for the oxygen show. The forgotton west memphis three claims police reports. Do not in fact show what he said to to police to the show rough interviewed seals. Who told them. I think i may have been the last person to see them before you know the incident and that's a quote seal also told rough that he saw the buyers with his two friends on bikes around five thirty or six that they were carrying sleeping bags. Seals claimed that the boys were going to sleep in the woods going camping in the woods however the sleeping bag part of this story is kind of doesn't make sense because there's never been any sleeping bags that were found and you know i think they pretty much found everything belonging to the boys that they had on them at least so sleeping bags. Aren't something small that you know could just disappear right so to me. I don't. I don't know where i where i stand on this. Let me finish it out. And then we'll talk about it another witness and friend of seals. Bobby posey told rough. That buyers had come to his house around three thirty that day and said that his dad had quote whipped him and he was going to run away now because of these two accounts there they they go against each other right because one saying she saw him in the backyard until six thirty. And now this guy saying that he's seeing him over by the would.

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