17 Burst results for "Michael Teach"
"michael teach" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"To a republic? When it fails to believe in its own rubrics. What happens? We have an example in Rome. Michael Leo's Johns Hopkins is here and Michael and I. For many, many months years I've been talking about what is happening to our country, The Republic The Redeemer Nation of 1945. And one possibility is that it's becoming an empire and imperial and in the hands of the senators, we have one running right now for president. He is the elite and he represents the elite, including the elite media that Eyes representing him as a decent guy is a savior. For all of us. It is not believed by the other half. That support a man who comes from the senatorial class a billionaire Now, One version of this is the populism. Rises up and pushes Thie senatorial class the elites away and then the elites come back. That's one version. Another version is that a dictator arises a hero, a man whom the populace see as the only answer to the senatorial class. And where do they get such a person? They get him from the Senate. And now I'm telling the story of a man who became a very conquering general. His name was quickly Sulla. He had a long Roman name, but they called him Selah. And he marched on Rome. He defeated the senatorial class. He defeated the popular class. He presented himself as a hero of the Senate and the populace. The popularizes Michael teaches me to say at the same time, And yet he was a dictator. Michael. I raise this because I'm not first to this to talk about a dictator in America. But that is a possible outcome of the dispute that we now see before us what we have Ah, structural. Dictatorship leading to a true Constitutional empire underway right now, I believe, um, the current president is in many ways more of A popular leader like Marius, and less like a true emperor. But Cella Fundamentally changed the nature of the Roman constitutional order and reformed it in ways that cut out the people and that strengthen the Senate, but ultimately what he brought to the table with the fact That he was able to dominate because he had the army and in effect, I think this is the the way things are moving in in the United States today. It's not the army in the old Roman sense, certainly not a Pretoria in guard, but it it should be noted that people have written just weeks ago about how The active duty American military may be required to march on Washington to expel the quote unquote defeated president and in fact, that's exactly what solar did. The march to Rome and completely defeated the popularity and then completely destroyed what was left of the Roman constitutional. Michael. I want to introduce the possibility that that letter that Joe Biden boasted about having from intelligence officials 50 of them. Saying that it was Russian disinformation. Us these days and army also includes intelligence officials and their cyber colleagues. Michael Well, yes, And that letter is a perfect example of Marshalling of the op Tomatis because all of the signers of that let letter are powerful, deep state aristocrats and I know several of them personally, and the truth of the matter is that solid was so successful. Because the op Tomatis realized that they had to find a way to control the entirety of society and and the way ahead, was there. And all you needed to complete. This was a formalization of what seller had, in fact initiated. Although he then renounced, you know by retiring, But the fact was, he created the president for a leader. What's that, Michael? He retired. Yes. You remind. All of us is that is that something we could imagine in the year? Say, 2022. Michael, could we imagine that retirement? Well, he created the president for an emperor on that. That was the way at Joe Biden. Is the emperor retiring Michael, Wouldn't it be a noble step turning I'm turning it over to his colleagues, right, Michael? Yes, Absolutely. And you know, that's why in a very quickly after cell, a quote unquote retired, you had Crassus, Pompey and Caesar, the first triumphant And then everything was clear. The way ahead had been, you know. Ah, trail blazed as it were. And here we are in London. IAM sentimental, sentimental about the loss of the republic, but not really, Michael. Because we prefer having just one half God Emperor, Don't we? Michael In Rome, Mike of Lighthouse. Of Johns Hopkins is just a game. It's not the future. It's the past. It's roam the Republic of Rome became an empire. How My job. Armstrong and Getty with Dennis Takada. Weekday morning 6 to 10 on news talk 5:30 a.m. k u g n dot doc Station. These are some weird times. I hope you're tuning into the Armstrong and getting show every week day. How does this sound all the news you need about the corona virus in the lock downs and the social distancing in the science and the politics plus some good American sarcasm about all the dumb stuff that's happening really life mixed with the economics and the virus itself on the Armstrong and get issue..
"michael teach" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"So you're telling me about his experience that you had visited Reagan, Uh, Wiley's governor in Sacramento. And right now you're being by Frank Sinatra. Nobody. Nobody refuses Sinatra. To be part of putting together this the inaugural of him as governor, so it's around 1970 or whatever it is maybe early. So I just assumed that you went Yes, but I have to finish telling you why I went to go see Ronald Reagan after that program that we saw at the school. The Congress was getting ready to pass a bill. Where Mexican Children had to learn English, which I wholeheartedly agree with. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, they are in a class with all English speaking kids. They're not helping them, and they're treating the little Mexican kids like they're mentally retarded. So we did this film and We said we've got to get this to the governor. I didn't know him. And so We get in. We get in the point and with him and The people that he's surrounded by You know, everybody surrounded. Any politician is surrounded. And they said, Well, he's only going to give you five minutes and I said that's okay. I'm not worried. An hour and a half later. He watched the whole film. He was not aware of the issues with the Mexican kids. That's the one thing about Reagan. He listened. And he did something about things. And he had a sense of humor, unlike some others that don't have a sense of humor. Hey, we shouldn't have to be defensive. Our if you wass defense that he did it with Joe But anyhow, we get on the plane to come back to l A. Yeah. Well, so okay, so we come back. You come back here and see a plane. And she says Hi, Nickie, How are you doing? Ronnie told me he just saw this incredible film and It, Wass. He was so excited about it. Suffice to say the bill passed. You've been very active outside of the entertainment business. I mean, you you have sung everywhere, but it's open doors for you to do many, many things I know I mentioned earlier. You're you're woman of Sincere Christian faith. You know, I want to make sure that I ask you since we're going through such a tough time as a country. Yes, People are scared. How do you deal with lunacy that's unfolding around us. First of all, I don't watch the news. For openers. I watch. Ah e w t n my Catholic radio station. I go to Mass every day. I have spiritual communion because we are also in the big death pandemic where you have to. Cover. Back. Without God in my life, I wouldn't be here. This isn't mine. This voice is not mine. This is the gift. We all have gifts and if we don't use them, he gets upset. Before I would go out to sing. I would always bless myself and I said Well, Dear God, Here I am. Use me. In any way that you want. I always would bless myself on stage on. I would talk about God sounds people would like it. Some people didn't. But that's Not my issue. I love that. Did you? Did you grow up that way, Or did this kind of hit you? You were in show. I came from a very Catholic family. As a matter of fact. The San Gabriel mission, You know that was burned down. It broke my heart. That's where I started my career. I went to school there at the age of four. The mission that was burned down by the mob. Like a few weeks ago, right? I don't know. They haven't really found out that it was a mob. It still is doubtful as to who it wass or it was an arsonist. Just in case you're wondering. Oh, thank you. Yeah, No, I know. You see why I don't watch the news and I What I wound up This father Michael taught me how to sing, but to verbalize all your words have to come out, pear shaped, pear shaped sister Columbia played the piano..
"michael teach" Discussed on 710 WOR
"R. On your fishing boat. And what comes up and says, a lo- a great white shark jaws, and it's all caught on camera. We'll have that in just a second first before we get away from the, the Trump rally. I've been saying things like well same old, same old themes from the president, Mark in Norwalk disagrees. Hey Mark, what's up? Morning. Fricken natalie. It only takes fifteen seconds. I look all thank you, by the way for what you do. But he'll only fifteen tickets on it is rhetoric because it's a pep rally. We're all those, we know it's a pep rally. The point is we skip over important things that are said and I know Michael taught and I know Jill so it such as pilgrims and Trump in what she's doing because the president had a brother Fred, that was another holiday that is often talked about. We have to do something with prison performing. There's something that was mentioned last night that we forget to mention. Grants where money can train somebody to be automotive repairman recruiter conditioner repairman. Not everybody can go to university. So we to people to rescue and save them in the fridge. If Fred died of a whole listen and don't talk knows through seeing his brother died that we need, save people and help people put a safety net out for them. That's not democrat or Republican. I love, thanks Mark throat reshape the call. But I think for the most part, it was a lot of the familiar themes. So we'll discuss we have some more coming up. He's open in the line of attack. And this is where Democrats are vulnerable. They have gone too far to the left. They are embracing socialism and Trump is absolutely right to bring that up. And that is a, that's a very good stick with which to beat up Democrats. I'd like to see a speech without mentioning Obama without mentioning Clinton. Yeah, look forward. Why do we always have to look? I'd like to see a speech from the Democrats. They don't mention Trump. I would like that to agree with you. I'm not going to happen. Disagree with you not going to happen. All right. Here's what happens on these guys are off. Manus Kwan, New Jersey. And happened. Monday afternoon era. They were part of a, a fishing tournament a Mako shark tournaments and they're coming back and all of a sudden they spot a friend comes up on the phone, a great white shark..
"michael teach" Discussed on Minority Korner
"I wanted to have spoken about short. I'm not saying the story is an important. It's very important. And it also worries me at the same time because I just because you're able to talk about your trauma does not mean that other people are ready to face their own trauma. So like, I just wanna make sure that as as producers when they start creating these like taking Michael out of it when you start creating these shows like and putting the marketing out there like are, you are we being as are we being responsible and acknowledging guess is important to be heard. But like what about the other people that it might be triggering like the reason why I haven't watched it is because it is triggering. I was like I don't wanna go down memory lane in my own personal life. So it's like, I'm. I'm just worried about this. What I mean to say that I'm worried about this new culture where we're highlighting traumas, and who is benefiting from that. I think that it's healing to have these stories told it's something that is done in the shadows. When your child in an happens. It's confusing. There's not language about it this documentary and Oprah even says it she did like two hundred shows two hundred hundred shows about sexual abuse on her show. You said this documentary was the first one to really say what she had been really trying to say. Well, what what are they saying? Like, I mean, it's four hours. So it says a lot, but. You know, there's a grooming that happens, especially when we're talking about children sexual abuse. There's a grooming on that happens. I will say this to I don't walk away from the documentary saying fuck, Michael Jackson, murder him. I think that what we need to live more into is a gray area of things. I see someone who was abused themselves. Hurt people hurt people. It's true. It's it's triggering. Yeah. And it hurts, but that's what healing. That's what happens when you have a surgery and your cut open, it hurts and to say, I don't feel comfortable talking about want someone that isn't here anymore. You know that this is my thing. Someone was isn't here anymore and some- and a topic that I don't know like I just don't feel like if no one if it's very one sided and no one there's no one from the family was able to say, and they explain why Michael taught me how to dance to. I remember where I was when Michael Jackson died. It's a great area. Michael Jackson is a talented amazing, man. And he also had a file we're. Going to hear his music..
"michael teach" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast
"Liabilities and an auto loans or the new subprime or whatever whatever but people never talk about the acid side of the equation some that we've spoken about earlier but household net worth is at an all time high things are actually doing you know things are actually pretty okay and they show the consumer balancesheet they say total assets is like one hundred sixteen trillion total lie abilities is close to sixteen trillion so again the assets just dwarf the liabilities even though the liabilities are the only thing people tend to worry about these days no it surprised me a little bit about this pension funds are twenty percent of the acid side of the equation that's probably the definitely higher than what a gust right cut that one and a half probably so at our ebay conference a couple of weeks ago they had the guy who is head of or not the head of his part of the illinois teacher pension fund in what did he say their funding ratios forty seven percent or something like that wasn't great and he actually said things are not dire well well for him people are asking like what are you going to do and he's like listen there's nothing we can do this is a political issue not and investing issue so we're just gonna continue to invest the portfolio as we would and there's nothing we can do about the funding ratio because that's not on us that's on the politicians who didn't put enough money in so you can probably chop that one and half and assets would still be pretty good so here hold on on one less thing though low for consumer assets in i corps nine was sixty nine trillion and now it is a hundred and sixteen trillion it's pretty wild so if you're doing technical analysis on this one what would it be telling you oh the clean breakout blue skies ahead the one sixty one point eight v naci extension takes us up to one seventy five all right and that was michael teaching ben technical analysis the one the other one that stood out to me this is a residential real estate slide in show the housing affordability index and this is average mortgage payment as a percentage of household income and looking at this back in the late seventies and eighties it got up to close a forty percent obviously that was a lot of it was the fact that there was fifteen or twenty percent mortgages back then and outset like thirteen percent that the averages close twenty percent just to reiterate that's showing the mortgage payment as a percentage of house hold income and it got almost to forty percent in nineteen eighty that's pretty bizarre that's yeah that's insane so today it's thirty percent i mean all of these residents are real estate charts look really healthy correct until the assets all fall seventy to eighty percent in the next depression and then they don't look so all right yeah i mean the look pretty good this was definitely no one under the an economic slide longterm drivers of economic growth so they broke this down into a few charts one is growth and working age population and this shows of growth from immigrants and native born and both of them are heading in the wrong direction growth has significantly slowed as has the growth in workers in another chart the growth in workers and the growth in real output worker is headed in the wrong direction which is kind of interesting because he would assume the productivity would be increasing because of technology and that's not the case i guess maybe because it is increasing in such a small slice of the population in and i guess this is so this goes back to the idea from bill mcbride his my my favorite economics blogger who says two percent is the new four percent in terms of growth and a lot of that has to do with just the population girl from here this sort of the sort of minds me amid is a bad analogy but i was talking to somebody last year who who's saying that the nfl is in bad shape and look at look at the decline of your ship and it's like yet but look at the previous five years it it skyrocketed so at some point the.
"michael teach" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"That i want them to explore more that it was only a few moments when he kloppers kevin kevin owens gives it everything he has every single time it's amazing and then when he ran into that ladder that whoever to two of them were holding right when he ran through entities right in the middle of like that the best i think kevin owens he's so he's a future holler holler famer hollow famer hall of fame if you him play i he's really he's so good and i think he'll be in the company well after he stops wrestling he just he's got that what is it what was that guy is avi heenan he's got a bobby heenan quality to them now just just noting different people from the wall when now i'm not usual suspects thing i mean he's a real he's a real terry funk ric flair at no no and no vince is you know he's a real yeah i know i don't know van says posters of little people wrestlers many many they look like trading cards or something grand nicolay yep i just i think i think you know kevin no does that painting going up i don't like that it's there it's time is that a printers at the original print to pregnant i didn't realize that it was going to be a print that was stretched not very well so i have a frame but i don't know if it's going to fit in there things are in motion things are in motion cool man ticket to a framing place now i mean i have the frame oh i just don't know if it's gonna fit because i didn't realize how yeah anyway that boxy kind of thing need to go to michael do stretched very well if you if i can show you what to do a michael's coupon situation where you can get like tom sibley are if you ever want to rip off michael's the people at michael's taught me how to do it because they honor coupons from anywhere they'll match them i want to stick to aaron brothers on the air brothers recipe's or they're gone yeah they arose dicks to me when i went in there they were always great to me while you're not as some at an artist practice mela on me yeah i come in there covered in pain i'm a lay person tortured smoking cliff cigarette and they're like campuses are in the back i'm like i know any who's als yeah i think kevin owns is going to is a future hall of famer and how much of an exceeded you watch none none not a moment i didn't get a chance oh man kind of slipped my mind and i am sorry so all the guys who used to be when you used to pwg every month that were there that fucking tag match that opened the show holy shit who is it between betwixt undisputed era which is kyle riley roderick strong and then on the outside of the ring adam cole baby and then they were wrestling with shitting grim the shittiest and he wasn't resting adam cole now he wasn't on the show for whatever reason was he in his rain gear well i mean he was on the show in that he was seconding the tag champs seconding that means he was there for like support but he wasn't rushed to be in the match right until he was a decade for for for stigmas adam giddings stakes to prize from him just eaten shit against only larkin and danny burch oni larkin used to be known as biff buzek yes you remember him as coming out to pennywise yes bro hymn bro hymn nice i mean if you're gonna come out to pennywise do you think any kid ever came out to their parents as gay day like came downstairs the kitchen table put on bro him on cd and just in front of his parents then explain that he's gay you're out of control understand that you're out of control.
"michael teach" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Onto renouncing themselves and we called it the melting pot rickenbach changed the spelling of his name the great war hero yes okay now i wanna come one hundred years later because we were leaving kinship aside now and we're coming to where we are now these are the five stages that you've identified we've moved into a place where there's uttering going on what is other ring well uttering is essentially what i've been describing domestic say in world war one germans renouncing their german ness but in the context of those outside it's about identifying the other as the enemy and the celebration of that enemy then becomes the vehicle for celebrating yourself and so effectively what happens in a great american war and you could see this one is that the germans became the other demonized more we demonize the germans in world war one they collapsed and that validated our conduct but the the key here is that there are two things happening and it's it's a little complicated but of course when the germans collapse in world war one we then embraced them because we have this narrative of the redeemer nation and so then a nation that was predominantly german as we were in world war one we embrace germany after world war one and and that is possible just as we ended up embracing japan eventually because of this redeemer nation narrative but the point i think that we need to get to in terms of concert on and divisions in the us today is the great downside of other ring is when the other thing is turned oaklawn on america itself i wanted to i wanted to get to your turning it on your shoulder to shoulder buddies fighting in massage you're turning it on them because they come from new york or they come from texas or they come from california michael vallejo and i are discussing something that's that's impossible to see two thousand years you're not supposed to be able to see it a civil war and what are the makings of the civil war michael's teaching teaching a course this fall at johns hopkins on the steps that we can see in history backwards through epochs of other nations as well civil war when we come back battlelines i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show.
"michael teach" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"John john batchelor show michael vallejo's my colleague of johns hopkins we are examining for some weeks now the new civil war in america michael teaches a course to be offered in these next months in the fall of johns hopkins entitled kinship identity in the past two civil war in which the professor with a reading list identifies the stages of conflict that can be described as civil war after the fact after the fact it is a measure of two thousand years of history of civil war starting with the romans who invented it that countries nations groups regions do not know they're involved in a great civil war as minor civil war until after it's over until it's too late to stop the dialogue the dreaming the narrative all starts beforehand before conflict and michael and i are watching now because there are very strong signs that america's engaged in civil war that rennes us apart not puts his together that we're not seeking answers michael very good evening to you my reading with you in mind these last days has been a new book about the mazaar gone offensive of september october nine thousand nine hundred and a hundred years past when pershing having debated with the french put the american army the af into action alone by itself fighting shoulder to shoulder with other americans famous divisions and just organized divisions african american division the ninety second in the ninety third the forty second division the eighty the seventy seventh division the thirty fifth division all these divisions thrown in a line against the welders established german defences of years past this is in the neighborhood of the battle of verdun that had been fought out in nineteen sixteen the greatest single massacre of human beings ever in conflict but this is now nine hundred eighteen and the americans through them selves into this contest against very good german troops verte burgers and prussians very good troops in dug in positions and in the course of the battle where there's much to speak of pershing's bad leadership poor generalship and the inexperience of the american troops trying to overcome the odds against them in the course of the battle you can see again and again the americans are struck by how they're fighting shoulder to shoulder in the same conflict with men from other parts of the country other identities italian from new york or or scandinavian from minnesota.
"michael teach" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Yeah it is a brutal murder that she experienced the whole scene is brutal it's horrific you feel like you're inside that experience and he's freaking out because his fiancee just got killed and they'll say if you want to explain the concept of frigging to anyone you can literally show them that opening it's like this female character who only exist to give the male failings we all we learn about her is that she is pretty in sweden you're going to get married and then she is horrifically murdered so he can have a plot is pretty bad so so jeff was your reaction after you like hey i want to stick around to see what happens if this guy no i think the moment he woke up like he wakes up after that right that's right the moment he woke up and i went that's not tom cruise and this feels like our main character all those things are true yeah so so sensually what happened shortly after that is he infiltrates the terrorist cell that was responsible for the murder of his fiancee like it's eighteen months later in the infiltrates thera cell he accomplishes something that no one in the cia as able to accomplish and he does it by apparently just working out on his own and studying you know terrorists the lor writes that he can kind of walk the walk and talk the talk nobody on the cia thought to do no no the ever they never did think to do that and then sit in the desperately wants to recruit him of course even though he's incredibly emotionally unstable and unpredictable and often disobeys orders so it really feels like a dumb person's idea of what counterterrorism is it was directed by michael cuesta written by steven schiff and michael teach mike very talented guy.
"michael teach" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"So it's when she aided journalists frank play by william hurt and huey played by somebody i don't know so i'm not going to say has meanwhile outreach along with angel expert dorothy andy macdowell aim travel to a small town in iowa to investigate a story they find michael a shovelled man claiming to be an angel but michael is less than and djelic who wrote this like i didn't drink smokes them basks in the attention of women as a group travels to chicago michael teaches them about relationships faith in miracles suggesting that he may be exactly whom he says he is initial release guess you'd or not office raise ironed out like data was early o it was released and nine the seven oh my god so close ninety six to house guy that by christmas day 90s say oh in but staying at a lot of this uh music composed by randy mother fucking newman and directed by andy modern day oh man no dark times for her home town of your your your ballgame who've road area nor road in maryland where i was there carling all away all eu carlos currently developing it is put it during by carlos currently i hate to tell you only stars really and delia ephron wrote the daily movie you know what i said on nothing the aliensmuggling mountain the delia it's our problem narrow as china is trying to trying to direct it yeah our house air.
"michael teach" Discussed on WTMA
"Me you can turn is on by going to your app and enabling skills or just say alexa enable the wtma scale okay tears twelve fifty wtma the ravanell as every traffic in both directions then enjoy the big chartered whenever you say alexa play wtma w g eight the big talker well done i'm john batchelor my keble of this year and we're discussing the idea of civil war is historically historicallybased last two thousand years from the romans but we've plunged into an understanding michael taught a class at johns hopkins and understanding of a checklist of five uh recognitions as you march towards civil war the battling kind we're in the period where were choosing upsides we've torn the national kinship and half red and blue stakes the red and blue states have now decided that their comfortable being enemy parties and the constitution is no longer adequate to the disagreement to the disorder we are now moving into number three which is that we make a compact the each camp makes a compact what would that look like michael well oh what is perverse about the movement towards civil war is fad you you have iromically the two sides who hate each other and who both have come to the point where they think the other is um evil and must be destroyed is that they both actually worked together uh and met two destroying the old order and this is the most worrisome thing that we see today is that people are uh on the red and the blue side especially on the more radical uh ends of of that spectrum are both united.
"michael teach" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"I'm john batchelor my keble of this year and we're discussing the idea of civil war is historicallybased less two thousand years from the romans but we've plunged into an understanding michael taught a classic johns hopkins and understanding of a checklist of five uh recognitions as you march towards civil war the battling cotton we're in the period where were choosing upsides we've torn the national kinship and half red and blue states the red and blue states have now decided that their comfortable being enemy parties and the constitution is no longer adequate to the disagreement to the disorder we are now moving into number three which is that we make a compact the each camp makes a compact what would that look like michael well oh what is perverse about the movement towards civil war is fad you you have ironically the two sides who hate each other and who both have come to the point where they think the other is um evil and must be destroyed is that they both actually worked together uh and met two destroying the old order and this is the most worrisome thing that we see today is that people are uh on the red and the blue side especially on the more radical uh ends of of that spectrum are both united in the weirdest way the government shutdown michael you saw for a couple hours it didn't last long it's like it's tempting shut but in any event the red states were celebrate who needs it right five is not necessary and and donald j trump representing the red states in the will the red states uh direct admit a director mulvaney of the omb to keep the parks open keep everybody happy people got paid but who needs it and the blue states were moaning about how essential services are going to break down and you can't trust the government in any event consists in the hands of those rascals the republicans and then making a bunch of accusations so we had the breakdown of the government of the government right in front of us and neither side was trying to protect it they were both using an advantage orbit began actually a back in two thousand but it it got very uh in in an and almost razor like the inauguration of of trump where are you um the other side saying he was illegitimate wonder what do they want to replace it with mike.
"michael teach" Discussed on WJR 760
"The michigan bob ranger tied with penn state for third place in these division of the big ten jim harbaugh and company around on the road at two and four maryland now the top game in the east is literally a game for the top spot michigan state at ohio state in a match that paves away to the big ten championship game oddly enough there has been no home advantage in the last few times these to have met robin and now joins us with a closer look michigan in ohio state prepare for their clash to determine big ten east supremacy on saturday there are a lot of factors for both teams could favour other homefield advantage however is not one of them as the road team has split the last six encounters like back in two thousand eleven the spartans would hang on and the good ole fashioned big ten slugfest taking the game tend to seven in columbus michigan state fans would also never forget two thousand thirteen in indy at luca soil stadium with the fourth down stop on braxton miller in wrote to a big ten championship answers that short side right next to the other will run that way now he did not get it he is good really goes lorde good for the big ticket state smart down down down goes laporte guy now the book guys have had their share of big victories emmys lansing wake up forty nine to thirty seven weighed in two thousand fourteen and a seventeen sixteen nailbiter in two thousand sixteen barrett look sluggish change the boy reset to the postal formation early adulthood except the treaty baron crookes ahead off guns off the left side of a vehicle vajgl taught us thirty five thirty forty father on basketball fifty and us martin territory furry touring fifteen tan five touchdown michael taught us as he catches a.
"michael teach" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To go the fourth quarter seats oddson to the dolphins by a score thirteen did nothing what are you look for for this miami defense and try to get the ball back go miami need to three in out they need to do it in a hurry they need to be real aggressive here on defense i would bring some pressure perhaps off the edge with the safety jones with the line sleeping away from him to try to get penetration created negative play on first them so they can control the circumstances through greece certainly expect the vat how does he count that then from his perspective while the saints don't need more play more points what they need is all possession and no mistakes way their defense is playing with a young quarterback you'd have to tell them that you don't have to tell drew brees he knows the game situation i four vision for the saints now hold onto wanna we'd excited boats it's out to the left greece takes the snap ansett off the eight reveal slice to the left side gawpers antics it out so the fifteen yard line brigade at two oh barking or of those with agape situation is to even though there wasn't much yard the game he had that all up there are high in tight the outside arm where it wasn't endanger to the defense the go alonzo andrei branch it all that tackle second at at eight now for the saints approaching nine minutes the goal of the game play kwok is down to twelve restore the huddle for existing want us rich said to receive ratwatte of the left what out to the right offset eyeball high did sabuk up brought greece takes the snap it's a free play he's look at down the field he's gonna throw the fuel but at the thirty thirty five of the forty at spitting out near the forty five yard line is spike taught us by abbe jumped into the neutral zone breeze at a free play eddie felt sabas all why his load some dell the bill although field offside where result thirty yard picking up law that road michael taught us two things that we've seen a lot over the years in the nfl one drew brees is a master of using the snuffed out vaughn count short count heart count the pull the.
"michael teach" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Second thought we've seen a golf it's defender do a pretty good job all gets the screen and that up it was body mccain but thirdyear ran out of bed push it just got a piece of kabariti trip of off he was really down there an ankle level it was almost like a trip wire that he fell over he fleiss through two ma'am if offensive line than out there on the screed to try to set it up form and he just cut in underneath a hey at five nine he doesn't have to go down very far to get an ankle level pick up a three all the play a little break up third down at log your third down at about twelve yards to go saint standing looking over the sideline waikwok ruddock data the willocks going to take todd out so all the saints will take time to talk it over here with 243 relating give the third quarter catch a new episode of the kurt water quarterback podcast every tuesday is they pro football the favor joints westwood woods capital to break down the weekly happenings other said over the nfl subscribed today at i to work google was so shot made wants to think about this year author down about eleven an app yards the goal for the do would expect to see you're the saints leading lights it and that was a little phrase there was no need for a tight end here other than i mean for a time out other than they just weren't ready to call the play this is third in eleven sure all third downs report but this is it exactly be win the game third down but they were food last time with the dolphins who left the blitz and then pulled out a showed maximum coverage perhaps he's looking for the best play they're not going to give him a threeman rush two times in a row seats needed to get closed bit field for a first out reason it up these set takes the step quick pass at the left side that spot according to the forty five baht at out europe it goes michael taught us and it looks like he's got the first down they ran that little quick street out to taba z went weaving through traffic he takes it out to.
"michael teach" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Aware of that circumstance all year year another story world boxing day though he was a boxer initially yeah i'll us and uh good story oh treatable believable you know i think about that and i'm so mad that i never took a picture of it but it did that in my well i know i can't remember the name at other club the right now we are pictures of it you go on lima guarantee they'll be pitches of it why because they're pitches of everything right everything i asked one of the thing here lemon mick jagger in the boys cancel new york remember that believable with that frankly mice face four between sixty four sixty five and house they were indebted end to the discharge eight and they showed up this is what the stage had just a one one nine in our once deputy michael taught so i want something in that there's no ball i get a duet but mick jagger in have to can't get send satisfaction now he's saying in in a like an right in front of them uh you know once onefoot below and i'm going into way pay with both singing the same sean i think about it today and by the way i can say all his heat outlets selling dollars is okay but the thing should you were kid amy if you try to go away the bosh the guy that you know madison square garden to see if they know as a dollar much more mike can't professional hey ron peter weight and an editor where where they guy and peter i got a question yesterday did he smoked the same cigarettes as you well i never smoked my friend peter that's online from the song oh i'm sorry not not no we can't be a man cozy doesn't smoke the same cigarettes as me i don't get no and you didn't recognize eva's alive from that saw now i'm sorry where you knew what that neither according to you maybe i had so much wind my friend on peter on that note thank you for calling good night and i'll try to squeeze in paul before we have to take cbs news paul thanks for taking the time to call oil got a minute and thirty seconds upon what you right now you've got three minutes and thirty seconds scrawl okay mike coops are up with some you talk about where.
"michael teach" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"I hate to bring it up one last time draymond call lebron to his face about is insulting a word face to face as one male player can deliver to another would you agree with that ivf its somewhere a thirty caught him become powell names and yes he did and walked away kkob meaubrun was by the touching on on thanks so much and then after the finals we had michael taught thompson the obviously the father of klay thompson talk about how lebrun never could have made it in the 1980s nba because of the physicality of it and because his skin is just a little too thin and so many words were exchanged back and forth that were in that same ballpark that he wouldn't have been able to take it because he's always acted too entitled in now we have as as i told you i have a source very close to kyrghiz telling me that cairo wants out the he's completely done with the braun is trying to burn that bridge to the ground because he never enjoyed playing with lebron james and number two an even more damning according to my source and it's a good one corinne never thought that braun took winning quite as seriously as kawhi retook winning that he was more interested in concerned with how he came off how he played what his that line look like as opposed to who actually won the championship so i just gotta say allow me just this this one little aside.