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"michael hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Well U N Y c. I'm Michael Hill after months of not being allowed to watch their favorite teams in person during the pandemic, sports fans are back at stadiums and arenas and so is bad fan behavior. Last week. A Knicks fan spit on Atlanta Hawks player at Madison Square Garden is one of several recent examples of fans misbehaving and perhaps abusing players. Professor A mirror Rose Davis teaches history in African American studies at Penn State University and Co host the sports podcast. Burn it all down, she says. To understand what's going on. We did look at the racial dynamic at play, and she joins us now by Skype. Hi, Professor Mirror. Rose Davis. How are you? Welcome back to W. N Y. C. Yeah, happy to be back and morning. Good morning. There's a speculation a lot of speculation that fans were misbehaving because they have all this pent up energy from being stuck at home during the pandemic. But Carrie Irving, the Brooklyn Nets guard who had a bottle thrown at him over the weekend, says the problem is much deeper than that. Them that way in history in terms of entertainment performers and sports for a long period of time and just underlying racism and just treating people like they're in a human zoo. Professor. I'm curious. How do you look at these incidents? Yeah, absolutely. I mean, I think that there is certainly idea like, okay pandemics over rowdyism his bag. Everybody's finally outside but understand rowdyism without understanding. Racial dynamics also leaves a huge part of the story out to Kyra's comments. I think that there's a long history of black athletes talking about Fan abuse what they hear from fans, things being thrown at them on Dat is not just happening right now after the pandemic, and it's been a conversation that has been coming up more frequently over the last few years as athletes continue to speak out about their experiences while trying to perform their jobs in various arenas around the country. Is there one way to curb this? In the New York case, understand the Curry Irving case, a fan was actually arrested law enforcement stepping in and saying, Look, the law is the law. One of the things that we're seeing is, arenas in teams are taking steps to ban fans, not just injecting them that day, but giving them lifetime bands. We've seen enhance fan code of conduct rolled out in the last few years. Right now in the NBA postseason. At least five venues have increased. What they are monitoring in terms of fan behavior, But we see a lot of this is reactive, and it hasn't really been as effective in stopping this behavior. One of the models perhaps we might look to is in the Premier League in the UK how they're trying to combat racism was actually disrupting play. And so the first warning they make it announcement the second morning again. And then if it happens a third time they stop teams leave the pitch. The game is in jeopardy. And so thinking about Proactiv things are like actual consequences. Besides, one individual, I think, perhaps, is ah, larger picture that might be able to be drawn about the situation's going on because they keep rejecting people, but it keeps happening. It's one thing to have some physical activity take place, spitting on the player throwing the bottle. Those of physical things lately. Fans have been in one instance one of the stars of the league. Pointing out that this this young star is balding. Where do you stand on on fancying something that could be seen as offensive or hurtful. Look in some of the athletes? Yeah, I think that athletes himself threaded needle here where they know that it comes with the territory to hear both the cheers and the booze to hear certain comments being made. One of the consistent places that they draw. The line is racial abuse or things that feel like that, Whether it's saying boy or saying statements that we saw in two years ago in Utah wins, a fan told Mr Westbrook Toe Get on, get on his knees like he's used to, um and or especially if they're going after their family members, whether they're yelling something at their family. Harassing their family. Those air the incidents that most see athletes speaking up about so I think that you know, the kind of stuff about balding certainly is a conversation. But those are things that I think athletes have been conditioned to just kind of take on D even when they speak up about more severe harassment. Um, and abuse often times, it's responded to by saying Well, this is part of your job, right? You just have to take it and that is what is really being pushed back upon which is like, okay, the lei jokes. Come with the territory, I suppose. But this is the line that you cannot cross. And there's the N B A. Is inference instance. Baby Stewie was seen in the playoffs. We have 15 seconds here. Is the NBA doing enough to say Okay, don't do this enough of this. Yeah. I mean, I think they're trying weather. It's enough remains toe be seen, but what is very clear going into next season? It need to be more proactive and not just reacting to incidents as they happen, but being prepared Professor, A mirror Rose Davis teaches history African American studies at Penn State, and she also called host a podcast. Burn it all down, Professor. Thank you. And please come back to morning edition, WN Y se. Thank you..
"michael hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Y C. I'm Michael Hill. Pro Palestinian groups have been organizing rallies around the region for years, but the activists say they've noticed a difference in the crowds over the last year. Since George Floyd was murdered and in how people perceive them. W in my Ci's race and justice reporter Joseph Jenny, Um reports on the influence of George Floyd on the protest. Rania Mustafa has been participating in pro Palestinian rallies since she was a child in North Jersey. She could always recognize the faces in the crowd because only a couple 100 people demonstrated. Most of the Arab American, so we always called any protest that we had in Paterson. Kind of like talking to our echo chamber. Mustafa is now the executive director of the Palestinian American Community Center in Clifton, New Jersey. And she says that after George Boy's murder sparked thousands of protests last year that all changed. So this is the first time that I saw a lot of people coming out in large numbers from many different groups from many different walks of life to support in solidarity, she says. A recent protests was the largest in Paterson for Palestinian cause. At least 4000 people gathered the biggest crowd they had before that wasn't 2014 when 1000 people marched to protest the war in Gaza. What happened after the killing of George Floyd really woke up a lot of people specifically the youth and had them started thinking critically about their position. Al it e and their privilege. Kendall Thomas is a Columbia law school professor. He says the George Ford Rally's put a spotlight on human rights issues and inspired people to engage with events around the world. We saw demonstrations in Paris and Berlin in London. We saw the name of George Floyd and the story of what happened to George Floyd. Literally travel around the globe, he says. People watching began connecting the black lives matter marches with conflicts in their own communities. I could make sense of what's happening to me as someone who lives in New York City. Or someone who lives in Ramallah that I couldn't make before because I can watch and listen to stories about events that are similar to and resonate with my own experience. So Har Izzy's is a law professor and Middle East legal expert at Rutgers University in New Jersey. And like Palestinian organized Iranian Mustafa, she says the faces in the crowd are telling the ones showing up to rallies and protests in the last year are no longer just the familiar faces. It's not simply people who are of Arab heritage or people who are Muslim, she says. It's African Americans, Latino Americans. White Americans and Jewish Americans. Joseph Jerry in W. N. Y C news. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well King Good morning in the military commanders and not prosecutors pick which serious criminal cases will go to trial. New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says that system does not work. She now has bipartisan support for legislation that would change how criminal cases are handled for service members. But one Democrat is standing in her way. Here's NPR congressional reporter Claudia Chrysalis Night after night. Last week, Democrat Kiersten Gillibrand took to the Senate floor to ask for passage of her bill to reform the military's criminal justice system. I rise today I rise tonight to once again, I rise on behalf of the supporters of this bill. And night after night. Her Democratic colleague who chairs the Armed Services Committee, Rhode Island, Senator Jack Reed has said no, I would object. I object, preserving my writer Jack. It's the latest chapter in a battle that has been years in the making. Since 2013. Gillibrand has sponsored legislation to remove criminal cases such as sexual assault from the chain of command and put them in the hands of trained military prosecutors. I asked for a vote in 2016 2017. 18, 2019 and 2020 and I was denied every single time. But this year, Gillibrand joined forces with Iowa Republican Joni Ernst Ernst is a sexual assault survivor herself before she later became a better in combat company commander in Iraq. It is time we take new action to stop these attacks. To bring justice for the victims and to prevent these actions going forward. Now, the bill has more than 60 co sponsors, a majority that could approve the plan on the Senate floor today. Ernst was a former hold out on the bill, who is now fed up with the military's climbing criminal case Loads. I was tourney We have not seen improvement. Reed wants the legislation put through the committee process for this year's defense bill, which would start later this summer and the top Republican on the panel overseeing the military agrees. When it comes to important issues like this, we should not rush That's Oklahoma Republican Jim Inhofe, a long time opponent of the proposal. Some skeptics have said other serious crimes such as murder and manslaughter should be kept in the chain of command. But supporters of this bill say that would be a move to water it down. Whether it's in the military or whether it's outside the military. A crime is a crime. And it ought to be punished. That's Iowa GOP Senator Chuck Grassley, who has co sponsored the legislation with Gillibrand since it was first introduced. We've been waiting almost a decade. There's no.
"michael hill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"michael hill" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"It's the superbike show last two here. Hello good evening and Yeah four four amazing. The shows on so quickly tonight is Without some amazing people on talking about amazing stuff We almost need a show Michael to talk about tonight show to talk about all this stuff that we said only. Because i'm like well who suffered loss and apology and everything else yet. Let's we'll have to do the show. You're gonna have karaz. Let's get through some prep By the way. I'll i'll thirty minutes before you sit normal carryover what we've been doing for the past few years we servant about. Oh yes. I'm lows not should have him on the show. Jeez yeah I was getting a bit nervous in that race for he was going to do it for a well. Yeah to renew dropped back. Some most three seconds three second apple when he's was clearly nugget may snobby. Let's just concentrate on what he's going to get automate. Some simon is losses. And said yeah. I'll be third in the championship. Now we will did was incredible as well. I'm in officially a min- wanted him to win it. I mean not taking away from from what you actually do with. The painting was in the injury that yet was i mean he was doing police. It wasn't doing a weekend in qualifying and practice. He could only do it for like a single lap. And then you could save the pits. I know that face the covering the pace when he is leaning against the boards and you could tell he was in agony act industry. I i honestly don't want to. I don't want to say that this is the wrong way and take anything away. I i know when. I'm probably going to know the laws family for called all much but with twenty years now and and help someone alex when they were kids and got lots to me but then will the donut. She can drink like kim fish. I've seen weather etchings of come from she will never give you never that woman. The dot is another level of drinking a what they put into that drinking assumes a into their race and i know that they will never give in so that some rolled through that race with a broken wrist was absolutely no surprise to me. Walk so ever because not family. I just note secrets. Dan alex and some soups great. Lots and the question you could see why when i talking about when they were kids to think that. And that's what sean. Three one on. Sunday and i think it the fbi met an award for the british right at the season. Then somebody going because he. He came into the garbage on sunday volley after his brother alex's doing account i simply out ride i cannot raise his vital digital myself owner. The ride and alex wayne cam met senate. Let's get the saw and just go as far as you come on. I think one of these classes slots was pointing. On on one of the one of the law slops to make kind of cancer it could make time but a port one of his less fussy slaps on the last lap so it just shows the the mom the strength of the month the courage of the month. That's just hope he wins the championship. Next season. i'll go down to lincoln keys us. Smokers came jake anyway. Him or jay did you say did you see his hand that he well. Yeah that was nothing. Nothing quite tops. The post that called it earlier in the year there. Did you see that one decision. I'm very squeamish. No sonal pitcher. Status is the counselor at the day after it counts sprawled himself because customs brand new pm. Dopey i think you've council. No bucking knocking too much. There's been a couple of comments throughout the show. Thank you very much if you have been in touch with us apologies for not reading out messages. Just because we've been literally it's been like a conveyor belt of interesting guests on the show tonight boxer regarding going back to the super spy factory triumph and who might be riding that well Someone suggested michael. That maybe you might be involved and then someone else shot you down on the idea of that happening. I think he was terri stride. Who suggested that you should just stay on the collingtree and the billions the we've got enough chips and gravy to which dave turner who suggested in the first place said that's quite true. He couldn't wanna a bath. Well there's a guy he can kiss my screen. This clock and i need to go on a buff. What we'd all be so you can keep come see south and asked to the thanks for listening guys right. Honestly company cracking me. So then you go. Michael warning the Triumph team i or at least we think he knows who will be no idea. I have no idea. But i think on escapes without really even know it. Prochains sewing for manny. Well go back and listen to that again. I'll go back and listen to that when i'm editing. It and i think he did suggest he did say that. He thought he had conversations with that. Was his words. Yeah the person and then then you talk about that for some reason Michael let's let's get onto talking about something else. I'd be like no tell us more who who dropped in tenant situation army south australia china move under. I don't know what was worse. That or wa- max cook one of his bucket list mrs that we think it is in the show citing. The song wanted to three some time. These past ten o'clock end of the show. Tyra think okay. Thank you for tuning in if you want to see at all our nonsense and just listen to any of the individual interviews are will be till four. Am editor in the mall in on the internet. Were just shut them out. And you can also go on our website. We've got a website. Mostly dot radio. Pestle michael our website which you are currently on motorsport dot radio if you want to go back and listen to any of the interviews. Just.
"michael hill" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Palmer. Race live in jones storms. They say Charlie atkins almost Jamie davis most of kids now are in six four on the. Yeah yeah with. Being in the nervous class i guess yeah. Yeah next on If you could go back to any a or rights in so atp well-supervised air would you have liked to have race in. Who would've your lights raced against a lot to with like kevin schwantz. Yeah yeah everyone says boy. Do you want to hundreds what was it now sees trials on rod about. Say you've been on a few track days on thousand that you enjoy. I'll see you in our troy. Coast love the power power. Ask yeah well we. That's pretty young was not legal to be on the thousand a year age yet. I'm on the super bowl. How great a very question. There wasn't legal basically anyway this actually this was gonna be a question for probably a question for you the future of race in and you like the looks of the electric acheson's do you think have you ever had the johnson gets arrived on yet or would you think you would enjoy broad one but fun. I feel like they'll be looking toy and not like a mother by a man i think. Do you think you'll miss the sound of the bikes things. That points do eventually go to electric. Yeah won't be the same with it won't be as maximum. That will my questions for me today. right then well there you go Good good questioning. Sorry cotton alone is always doing something else. I was actually just gotten some comments just to say because i know a few team bosses tuned in listening to the show and While it seems like a few bucks. Yeah i was goes so many male exactly so yeah they Bought maybe just. Maybe we'll see you Riding again doing something in europe all wherever just quick thing. If max is struggling to find rallied. I'm looking for some more team really does for my Free take series of maxine. Yes hi max interested in doing some endurance race and he's more than welcome to come join sayed. Yes i'll be there in you. Want to pay him. Yeah i think that's appropriate a few teams The might be interesting now. They have you heard of the pretext series max v seen. It wasn't yeah. I remember seeing. Yeah you were there. Because eddie was rolling in money yet. Charlie atkins eddie marauding in it so we did the mallory park race as just absolutely county. One hundred bikes on the grid falls called shit. Yeah country and also. Don't forget fab racing as well. The occasional bike race. Or whatever you want to do their wow easy. Dot com for aces totally fun. Now bring my one day off so excellent word from you. Max and Well maybe we'll talk again over the winter aurora early in the new year after you've announced a superstar big ride somewhere a doing something glamorous and yeah thank you know as max jesse a fantastic. Thank you very much. The superbike show will continue right now. Show on motor sports radio on balkan. I am thome sites who is motor sport. Radio yeah brilliant. Sue from max cook eight is on the show eight sir hello and evening news going to be sort of thing happening so yes still on the show with his jay kink j. He's been a fast paced show so we don't really have much time to talk To just on anything else We were talking about earlier. Boy is your to carry keystone goal. Obviously steps should talk mind would be suspicious minds by presley. Obviously oh and do you have to have a few drinks before we get on the or is it me. Yeah yeah the jets. We need tomorrow. Boasted wouldn't be busted actually is a living on a prayer on jay fake wash. It could've gone through. I by the one time i was a little bit. Not roy had enough to get up on there. I think it was some guilt. Beautiful by james blunt. Oh gee i was joined by people. I i wasn't just on my. Let's learn something about roller of courses heights. All off. what are you talking about. You say the acdc all the bg's to say see say all the bg's you could not be different dopamine. Fox whatever. But i won't tell but i won't tell menu with with my singing abilities even though has been Singing quite a lot this week. Mostly so the new acdc album which i actually purchased with money for the first time in like ten years actually bought an album. Ooh does that instead of just like screaming. Anyway that's beside the point. Because i wanted to respect music and the guys alike in the midst. Well before we get lots about this the very last over my was online and he was. It cost me ten eleven and it was an obama girl. The one who brought eight hundred seven so. I'm not really all favored by music integral looking up. Whatever dumpsite better you had is one in.
"michael hill" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"For one. Five cenex payments. Yeah no some valid points definitely And this i've been thinking about that since the phone around britain I've rust in rushed into any sort decision either just so ho- hold and away and Just see what's available all in getting different opinions as well to be there About a points which show definitely well. You've heard it here first. Michael howarth is going to become brought jones new mountain into twenty twenty one. And if you thought it's all about world supersport. Because i mean we've seen you do a couple of orcas i think it was also with With macadam is that something you're thinking about how definitely hundred sent the past To make it happen to go this year. I wanted to be in world through this year. You've seen over the last year. Twenty nine thousand nine. We did while cod at donnington with the odds which was really good. Yeah rate enjoy yourself. Tha-that's why the will be set up the riding. It's talk the team talk at the end of the end of last year. Just again the bit more experienced guests dealer into the product. But i think it's been discussed on the show before it's just the money in bulbs ago was boys just restrict saying he's no way i can raise a hundred fifty to two hundred thousand quid. You know no way. So it wasn't for the money with definitely have been been this year said but it's just the money And it's it's never engineers you one or two good gears mostly boy seems to be. You need to pay a lot money radio. A guy wins the world championship. You will sleep. Responses said that the after fine thank quarter million quit. It's a great it's just insane added is just yeah i just i just don't found it unites scholley be you know they've got been sensitive Especially brits only ever nationalities to go that but when it costs that so a money to do it the no one's gonna do of but maybe with the new the new so rules regulations that come into the suit forecast maybe that much and not bit more back from the manufacturers themselves which which which watched which is what we need of their. I mean this not speaking at a certain. It's no secret that when you go to world superbikes world superstar for three years seem get subsidized by the championship. You get paid for this things get paid for your transportation thing so gherardo right well. Have you go. Solid gives students ariza quitting. You go you like a bit of a p tank relief when any man. That's running the top of a championship. Then goes us. Government goes to find that. So i can understand maybe twenty thousand euros so i'll see with the cost of certain things. He's traveling things because ended table is a business but to be asking a man that's want wanna jump in for two hundred grams. A justin obsolete ridge and off. Yeah just extortionate you end up ends up coming down to the with one you money. Not not you not you know. It's it's always the way that you feel like it puts a barrier between you and the threat. Where because you don't feel like you'll get what you fans exactly and just never works really worth that with That the economic climate is hard explained to me that can bring paints would same. Why not seem go find that two hundred thousand exactly. Yeah the questions to be asked but it seems to have been this way for the last few years. At least you know and shame. And that's why. I think we now see in a lack of brits coming up through bull into by gpa. You'll see yourself like we were talking before that you will. Once the likes of people going through well superbikes. You won't see that brace dominated anymore. All throughout the to take you to a welsh saying now exactly you know. His visit drought. Come indefinitely for british reuters But you know luck of said you know maybe the soup sport if if the manufacturers comply bit more money into the spore in a help bath thumbed it then maybe we will see you know some more time come up for exhibiting obey is using in getting in the right places in the corruption. We've spoken about it and we'll spoil quite a bit gino on last week and he was talking about. Is this something that from your experience. Anyway translates into british as well in terms of cost in british. Yeah yeah it was the british for you. Know is is expensive to engines and ties and everything but yeah it's difficult. I think people come up through now. The route seems to be you know maybe junior super bowl. Time cup Doc sick so you know it's a different route but to do superbowl on your own. You know as as a privateer would be a lot of money and to be competitive in british under the current regulations. It is quite expensive. We've electronics than taught. Is i say a difficult one. But other than their how the rule who base out with a new the new rules coming place thing here and beyond i am. I have no qualms in. Let's say a dozen the lots even cheaper spoiled. They're to like you. Say the the cost of the by ties. The entries made custom. And let's split should put a figure grundy grundy make a smoke 'cause less but then if it seemed that said loving set to their father if you can meet seventy five. Next year we will run your. We will ruin amazingly. I have qualms with because he'd say is domestic championship and you can see conceit. Maverick right figures. I think okay not kind of work that's to do give my love. 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"michael hill" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Thank you very much for tuning coming up in the next couple of hours. We do how they packed. Show foy we have News all the brand new factory Triumph and who may be running that. Now that's coming up later. Michelle also live interviews right here coming up in the next couple of hours with india offer. Max cook Michael hill shortly and brad jones. A bit later on and your comments and questions that you've got for all those people because we all live. This is wednesday night. It is the superbike show. It is motor sport radio stealing conversation. Contact the show on twitter on facebook and on our websites thought radio. Wow that we go so thank you very much if you just tuned in and you are with us. We have a four panel a really full show this evening. Thank you very much to j king back once again. Good evening j. today less than how's it going. Good amazingly we just about on time as we've been i think it's gonna be all thank you. Thank you also joining us as well as tristan finocchiaro. From the if you don't know of course. He's racing exploits most recently in the National superstock six hundred class. He'd be there or thereabouts from. I'm going to say next season in twenty twenty one but with what team. He will tease us. We'll find out very shortly. Maybe i don't know maybe even Possibly with the new triumph team in the future that would be a dream. Dot com account announce anything solid got. Nothing i was well joining us back once again. Fresh out of quarantine bought only for an hour on the show tonight. Is michael howarth. Good evening michael. A up good evening. Everybody i miss last week. I didn't realize until stem when you're interesting sit. I'm not being funny bit with my archer accident. There is no way. I'm ever going to try and say your last name. If given a kind. If i'm ever come into country on the twenty thousand people ulcer bach is gonna go very passionate because scope before the law song about names that you can't pronounce. Can you pronounce the supposedly. New japanese reuter at honda. Let's not get into to possible. International incident not believe on on whereas someone sent me screenshots of his instagram. I've ever been on his instagram page. At center says slow on the show that can do all these and sit and smile and and be all nice well like it it completely wrong goats indeed michael hill on the show very very very shortly imminently in the next couple of minutes but yeah just a quick reminder once again because we are live you can put your questions to our guests tonight. We've got loads of guests. Hopefully everyone will turn up on the right time. And they'll be no overlaps because my head i'll explode moving boxes around and things and so we've got brad. Jones lights are on the christmas questions department. He's we don't let not seek route. I mean considering a max cook also going to be here as well tell us what he is doing next season if you don't know whether he's recovered from ease acer pretty big hip injury as well. They add in the season in spain. Racing out there. So that'll be interesting also. Gp talk because well catching up on the latest on that. Sure you probably already watched it. But if you didn't trust in and the gang we'll tell you all about it and also the author on the show a bit later on towards the end so if you've got any questions for any of the guests get him to was at motorsport radio facebook twitter. We're on twitter as well and tonight. I believe we're for the first time ever live streaming on mix cloud yea mixon essays from music people. Yeah okay cool on sure the audience will be streaming through comes now taken off that to be honest of inappropriate use. It comes as quick quick news before we get michael hill on. The show was some interesting. Bits of news in gp. Brad smith apparently back with a chance to be britain's only gp rider next season after he was well. Now's backup aprilia being dropped. He's been given a chance. Testing is ease back with the earliest. Squads you'll still be still be a test drive of their for them as well. But i think the permanent seat is looking like it's going to go. Well there's a few rumors being dropped around. And this these. I think Georamas has been linked to that bid. Zaki was linked to that one point. But i don't think that's going to happen. And there was one of the ryder linked to that one as well but yeah. It's good to see broad bottles. Be continuing with them. But it's not gonna be. It's not to be as a permanent seat right. I don't think it's going to be joe. Robots because. I think i've already seen pictures of him with his new on his instagram. I think so. I think he's out of the question. I'm still hoping chaz agai- going on that now. I mean after i'd send the beginning of last week twice the phone twice each whoever's going to be kind of wings tested with machines an seems semi again. I don't what was on the gaza on the team that no you cannot bradley something after every summit rx riksdag salvador finding out to just go faster and faster and faster so you get the data from the testing where you just got lots and lots of the same. This part works not to seem to me again. Truly regard the march for next year because thanking developed. A no one else com- devoted to ballsy before we get going arrive. You're going to leave home to develop military polish. I'm just leave them. But you ought to be on c. We'll ever all things can happen. That roy is going to be battling for last place in. Gp's they're there to do battle next season and really and even the piaggio green. Don't use that to their advantage loss. Then there is absolutely no point in vain emoji thing because they can the macho everybody got it can develop only it can do whatever they like nobody else come not gives them a chance to become a top ten player once again and not just on occasion when great. Mike ulitsa early to see what he thinks. Well we are actually going to do that. actually bring giving the show. It's about time we got a fresh fresh opinion on things instead of the the todd walton daily bugle. or whatever. Talk talk no no you well. Yeah obviously you welcome on the show tristen. Yes please go ahead and introduce our first guest is going to be talking about. Wilson is the world superbike man himself. What products show host molecule hill michael. Welcome.
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"Kim man has become the majors highest ranking woman in baseball operations hired by the Marlins as their general manager the club said eng is believed to be the first female GM in the fourth major north American professional sports leagues she's won three World Series rings while spending twenty one years in the front offices of the white Sox Yankees and Dodgers and becomes the fifth person to hold the Marlins top position in baseball ops she succeeds Michael hill who was not retained after this past season I'm Dave very
Miami Marlins, Jeter Part With Exec Michael Hill After 19 Seasons
"So I don't know what the hell the marlins did over the weekend because they seem to have their first good since what two, thousand three and we were all wondering what Michael Hill was doing still with that job early on in that regime, and now they finally have a good season and they don't bring him back now he's not technically fired his contract expired. They're not renewing it for people who don't know. Michael. Is the GM for the Miami Marlins and what are you guys billy what do we make of this? Like what is doing here where we finally have a good season and then we get rid of Michael. Hill I mean I think before the season no one would have been surprised if Michael, Hill, wasn't there at the end of the season his contract was expiring. You wasn't part of this regime. person they inherited kept. So they you know made them an offer they couldn't come to an agreement and that's it. Now, they'll bring in their own person and that'll be that they did actually make an offer that well. Let me give you some clarification on this because David. Samson. Actually talked to Mike Ryan during during the segment that they do that is always informative and he if you were listening to that actually. What happened is exactly what he said was going to happen which is the Marlins were going to make him You know I'm using this term figurative figuratively, but also literally a token offer because he's one of two black executives in the league with that kind of power it's one of the reasons that he was still there even as they gutted the entire franchise because it wouldn't have looked good and quietly during twenty twenty after a playoff season. They needed to look like he turned down the job. So David Sampson said it was an embarrassing. He predicted an embarrassingly low offer that Michael Hill couldn't accept and that would he would have to walk away from and so what they said in the press release is mutual parting of ways.
Miami Marlins to Allow Players to Report to Summer Training
"Months after coming to a screeching halt. Baseball is back with teams reporting to what's being called summer camp or spring training 2.0, ahead of workouts on Friday, Miami Marlins president of baseball operations, Michael Hill says with every team time for first on opening day 23rd 24th. He likes They're versatile, Deep 60 player roster over the course of 60 games. We're going to take advantage of that, and you know, pitching will be a big part of it. Stand healthy or be a big part of it, and hopefully we'll be able to take advantage of all of those areas. While the majority the Marlins and raise players will warm up at Marlins Park and Tropicana Field, others had to Jupiter in Port Charlotte. Still, fans not allowed.
"michael hill" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Twenty three in Alberta one fifty two and for about two miles approaching one twenty eight twenty four north bound slow Bracht into the merging Randolph Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the three little far again clouds in Boston now sixty six degrees we will see some early sunshine today by showers by this afternoon along the south coast and Cape around eighty for the high cloudy sticky overnight sixty five to seventy very warm and humid tomorrow some early sunshine giving way to clouds the afternoon to bring you some showers or thunderstorms highs around eighty five degrees feeling like the low nineties this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good morning I'm down below learn here the five things you need to know at six forty five to shooting scenes overnight in Boston Dorchester in Mattapan police say at least three people were taken to Boston hospitals sixteen people injured when a bus crash to rand off last night police say the driver was attacked by a passenger punch for not making an extra stop the bus had a car and a utility pole investigators on the job in el Paso and date now after the weekend mass shootings in the hunt for clues to the death toll is now thirty one red Sox finally win one they beat the royal seven to five last night charges for disgracing our R. Kelly this time in Minnesota prosecutors in Minneapolis accuse Kelly of prostitution and solicitation here's correspondent Jeff Wagner while on tour in July two thousand one court documents say Kelly held an autograph session at the city center in Minneapolis where he would meet a seventeen year old fan but instead of just his signature he gave the girl his phone number she called and was directed to a downtown Minneapolis hotel we're Kelly was staying then ushered up to his room she was over two hundred dollars take her clothes off in the dance she accepted two hundred dollars they proceeded to dance court documents say Kelly then gave the seventeen year old V. I. P. seating at his concert at the Orpheum Minnesota charges are felonies Kelly is also facing child **** charges in Chicago final respects there Sir sure Kennedy held a twenty two year old died at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis port last week she was a daughter of Courtney Kennedy and Paul Michael hill and grand daughter of Bobby and Ethel Kennedy her funeral was yesterday in Centerville.
Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter dies at family compound in Massachusetts
"And Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter search the Kennedy hill has passed away at the age of just twenty two the Kennedy family releasing a statement last night following reports of a death at the family's compound in Hyannis port Massachusetts the spokesperson for the family releasing that statement further details not released hell was the daughter of Robert and apple Kennedy's get child Courtney and Paul Michael hill was one of four falsely convicted in the nineteen seventy four Irish Republican Army bombings of it too
"michael hill" Discussed on KGO 810
"I recommend that. You check them out. Michael hill, sakers name. He does a lot of great stuff. It's of course, it's wealth britney's Pulitzer prize winner. But it's really an sort of an inventive. Take a clean take on a lot of things. I want to get to the pro-life administration of Donald Trump killing a program on children's health out of the EPA, but Michael hill, sake, welcome to k- geo. I, I, I wanna get to. I what I thought was a really clean, take that you made on that billionaire at Morehouse college of paying off the student debt for an entire graduating class and you sort of put it up against the in the same week this Joe millionaire who buys that expensive coons art piece for ninety one million dollars. Right. Well, the the contrast is really compelling. Is it not? It's it's, it's ridiculous. You, you make the point. I think so well, that, you know, there is a billionaire class, apparently in America, some of whom are doing things of the sort that was done at Morehouse college, and then some of whom are doing things like buying that, Jeff Koons piece for ninety one million which, as you point on your piece could've been could've a paid for a lot of graduating classes. Well, that's right. Well, you know what we have is love Smith. Who is America's richest black billionaire, Richard, even than than Oprah who gave the commencement speech at Morehouse college traditionally black university. And in the course of the speech, he announced that he was going to cover the student debt of the entire graduating class and that's going to cost an estimated forty million dollars. Right. In other words, somebody could have done to these gestures and so had eleven million dollars. Leftover for the price that. That some billionaire when a hundred percent sure. Which one it is paid for this Jeff Koons artwork. Which was ninety one million the week before, of course, the the deal with for the Kuhn's piece for ninety one million looks as though it was engineered by Steve Mnuchin dad, who of Lucan, who former Goldman Sachs, executive now hangs out shingle as high end. Dealer. He bought it, he's, he's the purchaser of record for, for one of his clients, the standing room where is that it's Steve Cohn, who's, who's one of the richest hedge fund managers in America, and a collector, and the collector of Jeff Koons artwork. So that's all the connection, you you need. There are billionaires, who do sort of things out. Traditionally with all that money, right? Yeah, not a few of them as I mentioned that might piece Steven Schwartzman. Who's another hedge fund billionaire? He's contributed one hundred million dollars to the new York Public Library. To upgrade its facilities as a result. They named their I kinda forty second street main branch after him now to see Schwartzman building. And many others who who made contributions donations to their own philanthropies or other philanthropies often. They do it without asking for recognition. Sometimes they do it for the recognition, but there's no doubt that many millionaires many American which Americans do contribute. But that still doesn't. Doesn't make any difference. When you think about all the money that actually could be spent on who social advances and social purposes that gets wasted on Benedi projects, vanity purchases. Like, like art work, the high end market globally is worth about thirty billion dollars a year now that's not money that's being spent necessarily with great taste or discernment. It's basically a. It's a rat race to to spend as much as you can and, and show off and we'll move onto the program in a second. But just to just to put a button on this. I think we're talking to Michael Hilter poetry prize winning columnist and Michael, you make a point about the fact that for whatever reason the problem of student debt in America is not one that's being addressed by government. So this dropping all of this money to at least help this graduating class also points up this issue, and it would be nice to see philanthropy, sort of follow that same stream. Yeah. That's true. You know a lot of big high profile donations by millionaires and billionaires go to projects that, that are either covered by other programs government programs non-governmental organisation programs or that are sort of secret payoffs for themselves. We see that in mega donations to Stanford University or Harvard University, which already have the biggest endowments in the nation that don't need much more. They certainly don't need donations that the rest of us pay for through the tax deductions that the donors get, but here's a case, where I think, Robert Smith. Donor at Morehouse did actually point to a problem that, that we know exists Elizabeth Warren has has proposed all sorts of remedies for question student debt by graduating. Higher education students, and the, the nation the government hasn't done anything. So here's a case, where this billionaire is stepping in and he'll probably get tax deduction for. But at least that's something that government should be covering, and should be concerned about now to the EPA program, the pro-life administration as you suggest this is the big thing they thump that they're pro-life, and yet they've just killed this EP program, which is targeted specifically at environmental impacts on children's health. Yes, this is this is unique government program. It was co funded by the Environmental Protection Agency, and the national institutes of health dates back to the mid nineteen nineties, and it is. This is basically government funded research into the environmental hazards faced by Prenton mothers and infants and small children, as I said, it's unique. It's discovered things that we would not have known if the program didn't exist is it's basically uncovering threads from pesticides. Household chemicals has hold goods air pollution other aspects of the environment, and all of a sudden no wheel explanation. Trump's EPA has canceled their participation in this program, basically left the H to, to, to continue it. If they can said, we cannot make up the, the millions and millions of dollars that the EPA was providing we're going to have to change the program. We're going to have to shrink it substantially. We're going to have to cancel a lot. This is fifteen centers at universities and other. And other institutions are going to have to cut that number to five centers. That means a lot of researchers are going to be going to be left without funding. A lot of research is going to have to end. And there's, there's no legitimate reason for. This is a program. It costs three hundred million dollars over the last twenty years. It's nothing but note in the federal budget. Yeah. Absolutely nothing. I mean, it's, it's a rounding error of, you know, in this in this budget, this bloated budget. And you know, this is during a time that the EPA is kind of being court out, you know, the EPA is is reversing bans on dangerous pesticides. So you think this is sort of part is it working in concert with that is that one of the reasons they roll this program back? The Trump administration has shown a great deal of hostility to the sort of research that the EPA criticially has done just a few months ago they reverse. But I'm a administration decision on a chemical called core pre, which is a pesticide that the EPA few years ago, recommended be banned. The ban was supposed to go into effect on January first of this year. Scott Pruitt, the former EPA administrator who left under an ethical, cloud, he reverse said decision. So chemical is is about to be put back on the market. It's known to be a hazard to help, especially it's known to interfere with the neurological development of, of infants and small children. And yet the EPA. Seemingly at the behest of the manufacturer DOW Chemical is going to allow it to be put back on the market. So. The dangers of this chemical were uncovered by this very program by a center, Columbia University on funding from the EPA, and that's the sort of thing that he's that this program has achieved, and that sort of thing that's going to end because the doesn't wanna fund it. He just does not want this research, or Trump does not want this research being done anymore. The EPA was a big source of the money for it. So the EPA is, is cutting back. I mean these are toxic pesticides toxic releases into the environment and EPA as I say it's just being cord out. But when you're talking about children's health, you would think, gosh is, is nothing sacred. As you say, it's just not even any money at all. It's almost literally nothing to continue this program. Yes. Of course, the irony here is that as I said, Trump just the other day, paraded himself as a pro-life president. We hear Republicans when they. Enact these antiabortion law say, well, this is all about pro-life, but it's I pointed out there's an old line about how for these people life begins with conception and ends with birth. So there they talk about preserving human life through to abortion restrictions. But then the moment that child is born. They don't care anymore. They're not gonna fund research into children's health. They're not gonna fund research into the health of pregnant mothers. It's, it's pure hypocrisy. Well, the and the other thing too things happen. And I'm glad you mentioned both of them in your piece. It's not only funding that the taking away. And then, of course, the rollback on these bands these toxic pesticides, but it's also personnel changes. They are getting rid of people at the EPA, who were sort of the watchdogs, and you even mentioned one in, in your piece Ruth. That's all she was all as a pediatrician. She was one of the Lee. Leading lights of the children's environmental health movement. She was in charge of these sorts of programs that she was basically fired, or at least suspended indefinitely last year, she's to this day, she's not gotten an explanation. She's not been replaced. And when women happened of the researchers and investigators at many of these centers, many of these projects, so that they said, this is a sign that EPA has really changed like we needed another side. Michael hill, sick of great stuff. Always. I encourage everyone to follow you and, and read your stuff HIL tease, E, I K and producer. Dave might when I went to the same university, it's hard to believe because he's so much smarter than I. Michael, thank you for joining us. All right. Thanks for having me, Michael is he's a smart dude. Yeah. When we come back, and he writes, very, very well, I guess, that's where they give give the Pulitzer to people who write very well. Yeah. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..
"michael hill" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You have to have a good product that people are going to wanna watch because you can go EP factory of the stadium or you can go pink factor appeal factory. You know what I mean? So it doesn't matter. I'm not gonna go to Marlins park just to eat bean show factory because I can do that factory. And I don't have to pay for the name of the stadium. Honestly, I wanted to be insured Mitchell park. I know what you mean. It's hard for franchise to survive in terms of fiscally. It's hard for them to survive in the face of twenty years of losing or a really long sustained period. The Marlins actually haven't had twenty years of losing. There were quite all right in the mid two thousand but they had their other issues. But when I was interning for the Panthers during a lockout, Michael your Mark was turning stuff over and selling things like crazy. You can't have just bad s sales people. I mean look at look at seven ninety survived. I mean, su- God's was taking all sorts of deals even though like early on it probably shouldn't have. So there there are ways around it and Bauer certainly looked the part. I can't wait for David Samson and join us because I'm sure you know, some sort of inside information on what's happened here. And he wouldn't be he won't hesitate at all to tell us. He's he's definitely the fair. One to talk on this. And also ask them what what what the deal is with Michael hill. Because I mean, he didn't he do these trades? Who wasn't any do the Brinson deal? Who was it? Was it David Samson made the joke that he had pictures? Didn't we ask somebody about wise, Michael hill still there? He must have pictures. Wasn't that the joke? Someone may not real though. Oh, it's a joke. But that's like the his point was is. I have no idea. Why is there? It's baffling. It is baffling given that, you know, this organization had I mean kids have executives called Larry buying fest. Uncle Larry like he was family to that team. And they got rid of it would happen. The Larry by says what happened to Larry festive? What had happened to Randy fund? Yeah. What happened rainy fund? I think I think Randy fund didn't want to be working with Riley anymore. Because there was there were some issues over not having any real power by festival. So I think what it is. But I I have not talked. I've literally just overheard that in a couple of places I haven't confirmed that please try to find out what had happened to Randy fund in Michael. And Michael Hill's defense, though, this team has had acquired drafted talent throughout the years. It's not like a hundred and sixty two draft rounds. I I'd hope to God that was saying some Mike Michael hill is not like terrible at evaluating talent that we just haven't been able to keep any aren't these trades port of evaluating who knows who's really making all the decisions on these traits. Well, that's the thing. We're sort of puzzled as soo- who's making the decision. So it really makes it difficult to blame somebody. So I guess when they fire Michael hill as a as a sort of sacrifice to the masses. Then I guess we'll just play Michael hill. We'll take the word for or could it be that the very beginning. This. They told Jeter, hey, you should keep someone around to be a fog like what's more realistic of the two things. I just said that they actually respect it. Look, it might not have been pretty here throughout the years. But this guy knows and can evaluate talent or jeeter. You're going to need a fog. I if it has to be one of those two things I imagine that being like the closed door meetings at Loria and Samson had would Geeta were Jeter s so any sort of advice for me on the way out. Yeah, you're gonna need a fall guy. In fact, you're going to need several I loved that around. I love that as his business card instead of, you know, general manager president, just Michael hill. Fall got twenty seventeen July twenty seventeen he got a contract extension through twenty twenty. So I mean,.
"michael hill" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"It's Friday March eighth two thousand nineteen names Jack O'Brien, aka it seems today that all u c magazine the headlines and Trump on TV aware of those I gang get the hot take somewhere who used to rely lucky. There's a dailies. I guys lucky. There's a podcast second rate, but not less collective conscious. Every time he is Jack O. Thank you. Thank you. That is courtesy of Michael hill. Really did it at Migas solid an-and throw to be joined by my co host, Mr. miles. Miles a second. Rick. Live by the sea and frolics in the gray miss in a land. Call TD's. I wish there were more weed references in that aka, but we can't win. Thank you so much to add blue, I doubt. I hope you're not living in. Well, yeah. You know, that's provided that last, you know. Gift to have when I'm over caffeinated. Yeah. We're gonna say we can't win them. All but you said we can't win which was very please note. Not to criticize your no. Notable. Look just don't psychoanalyze lyrics fan. Like you've been doing last three days of every song from nineteen nineteen right, right? Oh, man. We are. I am. I have one foot in today's guys but another foot in design of nineteen ninety nine because we have our live show coming up this weekend dynasty typewriter where we are going deep like the year nineteen.
"michael hill" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Betta semi to where I want to go. You know, how Mary network like puppets right wing was who is holding the Mary Annette the would at the top. Isn't it? Anthony, Paul Nitz Rich, Paul Rich Paul and by the way, when it's Rich Paul. It's LeBron now Michael Hill's drawn is is pulling. The thing about your theory. Let's play it out. Let's say that Rich Paul says to New Orleans. AD will only sign an LA. That's it. Yeah. Multiple reports Dany wouldn't care. He would trade form anyway and the. Tatum. What I think he might do is then refused to potato in the deal. And if he refuses to put Tatum in the deal, I think the Lakers deal is as good as anybody and that you're drink, but I do want, Michael here's one thing. I do agree with you about I do not think after listening to fifteen people talk about this. I do not think that Anthony Davis will be traded in the next nine days, which is which is being stubborn by New Orleans. Right. I think that there's too that. There's too many things that new warlanes feels would play in their favor if they wait. Let's first what number one they get Boston in the in the mix, but they get forty Forty-six ideal. So Michael if I'm right, and they do not trade him the next nine days. Do you? Let him play. Yes. To just get out. Why? Because Davis wanna play for team. Yeah. He doesn't have to twenty rocket marketability anymore value. Why not pull a Levy on belt? I just don't think that would look good. So at this point if your employer will not so I've been in the spot. Yeah. Mason got the blue flu, right? I got the blue flu stop coming to work. I said my I mean, as my agent said, your your hair hurts your teeth, it you can't come into work. You know, what alternately I was able to pull the trick. And I was able to get what I wanted to in this particular scenario, I'll be Rich Paul be UB. Dell. Dell. Anthony wants traded. Well, that's nice. But we don't want to trade him. Okay. We are going to make things very difficult for you. I don't think you will because that's not Anthony's makeup. No. But it's my makeup. I'm not worried about you know, it's my makeup. I'm the one that's going to make life difficult. And I'm not afraid I'm not afraid to I'm agent, and I'm going to make life difficult for you. And I am going to struct Anthony not to play. I don't think we'll do that. I'm going to I am as agent. I am going to instruct him not to play except my premise, I'm going to start light. But that's not the Anthony Davis. I know he's too much of a competitor respect for his team. The Anthony Davis, you know, wasn't ever going to request to trade, and he's already done that. Why do you? Yeah. It's it is a situation where the pelicans control the pelicans control it and his left the room for some reason. Oh, because he couldn't ago she ate with Rich Paul. Yeah. He couldn't associate with Rich Paul what what Anthony Davis to needs to do is to be very definitive here. He needs to say, the only place I will play is the Lakers, right? We change it ended up stored. But it's it's it's just like like anything else the pelicans control it. And and does Anthony Davis not control it because I can't you do what I just said. Because the I if if I'm the pelicans, it's I control in for the rest of this year. And all I'm not playing the rest of the year. Okay. Players wouldn't do that. You can't do that. No, no. By the way, my finger may fingers are all messed up. I don't wanna risk screwing up my face. Here's what I would say to you. If I can jump in. You're not gonna play the rest here. Okay..
"michael hill" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"In the wake of the shooting at santa fe high in texas the former secretary of education arne duncan under obama is calling for a national boycott of schools until commonsense gun control legislation is passed are you serious about this stop sending your kids to school katie we have to just take radically different than we ever have as adults were failing to keep our kids safe we have to create a level of tension honestly don't help us breakthrough politically what's happening it's just it's heartbreaking unacceptable we have to do better so if that's what it takes we have to we have to consider we have to consider everything the status quo continue to be complacent for me is what's beyond unacceptable my goodness where do i start headline northeastern this is the university where allen fox works where guy probably done more research on mass shootings are probably any other researcher headline goals are safer than they were in the nineteen ninety s in school shootings are not more common than they used to be researchers say february twenty six twenty eighteen washington post april fourteen twenty fifteen there's never been a safer time to be a kid in america center on juvenile and criminal justice schools are still safest place for kids la times left wing columnists may michael hill who agree to come on the show a couple of times to have debates and i appreciate that headline don't be misled by the publicity on school shootings for kids schools actually are the safest refuge refuges from gun violence march sixteen twenty eighteen yes it was before the two recent school shootings but the stats are probably not altered that much coat research on gun violence in the country is scanty here than it should be but available stats consistently show that for those ages five eighteen schools rank vanishingly low in terms of risk of school shootings from twenty five to twenty ten according to figures compiled by dewey cornell of university of virginia and colleagues there were.
"michael hill" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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"michael hill" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Well you think when do you think i mean maybe i mean maybe is ego would say yeah i can handle the trades but what what proof do we have the derek jeter canova and last but his his ego his hiring people is making all these decisions on who she was hampering is he's not fiery them he's asking someone else to fire them for him i would say that cheater is probably handling the baseball operation so he wouldn't need to talk to sampson because his business guys would be handling that was so he doesn't need interface with them he needs to learn this out of the business from some one that's already there knows organization mike he would probably be that guy if i were to argue that there is nothing sinister here at play if he's running baseball operations he doesn't need michael hill for anything like we need to get advice on the bad players that you've got an trades in the bad farms his mic i don't understand what might not advocating for the firing of the general manager of the marlins i'm confused by white is derek jeter would get a clean start everywhere else but there he there are a million different places where he needs help transitioning that's the weirdest place for me like they're a million different places getting to an office and sitting in a chair with your name on it like these got a million transitions in front of the least complicated to me would be that one but what does he know about brokering a trade especially one of the magnitude of a junk carlos santer but what does he know about anything that he's doing right now he was a bleeping short style i understand and that's a larger problem here a place he knows inaugurals advocate knows nothing and he ah wired himself ordered and fifteen thousand dollars this month.
"michael hill" Discussed on WTVN
"Good yeah he he's he's a ham right now two guys really stood out to be that way i think my played their best gave that though he was one of the defence of front which we got a lot of them and same however i think sandpipers get better every week the right time there's so many guys that are good like taekwong lewis i was just looking at at the careers sack lists that he's up to like number eight in you'll never sugar guy and he's the reigning defensive lineman of the year that'd be and it's not that he's not playing great davis's there's so many guys that are good that's the beauty that rotation and the blue beauty of not wearing them down right you don't wanna wear them down in the first two weeks of october you want to make sure those guys are fresh and ready to go for that stretch rudder big ten championship game and whatever comes after that that's that's the beauty of that rotation is now they get in there get the our steps it when they need to get out and get arrest there's quality it follows rtz follows rent in the footsteps and then inside guys how 'bout draymond jones who is planes spectacularly well until we had that gash on his leg he's i think back he is back and of course michael hill whatever that suspension was he's back i i assume the michael hills in good shape i want to tell you he is a good football player this isn't just a body or just a a guy who kind of plugs a hole he he is someone is capable playing that interior position very very well doing lots of things at a high level and if he can return to that my goodness i know i mean that it's sickening elected be the other team goes looking what what guys are out this guys are coming back oh my grass won't was one guy that is out at least for the first half next week is going to be daenen are net because of the targeting call the correct chartering call in last week's game a bill you mentioned that after the award ejection you paid attention to jeffrey okuda the true fred added that was in the rotation iggy for the first significant about playing time we got a yelled up pretty well i.
"michael hill" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"And it is something we are very bad dealing with an politics and that can't just be wished away so is this a very good michael hill to call him he's a columnist the la times about the the single payer plan and he talks a john gruber that john gruber who is involved in obamacare and then became briefly infamous for weird things he said about obamacare to synagogue but these very smart healthcare economist and he makes his point that it is very hard in politics to take implicit spending and moved explicit spending now should you do it you absolutely shut like implicit spending in general implicit taxation is bad like that is not good the way we do it we are spending all of this money and completely crazy inefficient ways that people don't know what is even being spent they cannot see the cost of their healthcare they do not feel it's there is not reasonable pressure to change the cost like it the whole thing is fucking crazy the reason it has been so difficult to change though is by fracturing healthcare financing into these weird sort of pockets of the system samba gets paid by the employer summit gets paid by the employees summit gets put into a tax breaks was paid by taxpayers i mean it's all over everywhere any effort to childlike paul it together shocks people right it's so big and they're not the they are feeling it but the way they're feeling it is who wages they never god the way their feeling it is who attacks increase the didn't know came because of that the way they're feeling it is by spending being cut on programs that would have helped them but are not there anymore so they don't feel the difference and so.