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"michelle leader" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

06:52 min | 3 months ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Late in the summer of two thousand fourteen. Michelle organized a charity softball game called homers for Conrad. Some of Conrad's friends founded strange that she chose to host it in her hometown of Plainville nearly an hour away from Conrad's family and the Mattapoisett area when one friend. Tom Questioned Michelle about it. She claimed the event would be too difficult to organize if she held it. Outside of PLAINVILLE. Tom Offered to organize it himself and she snapped at him. It has to be here. This was my idea. The game was held on September. Thirteen two thousand fourteen. The day after what would have been Conrad's nineteenth birthday. Michelle enlisted her friends and family to participate. She was thrilled with the turnout boasting leader that they had raised over twenty three hundred dollars. It wasn't just the money. Michelle was happy about the event in portent. She liked the fact that people saw her as an advocate for mental illness. Michelle leader claimed that a suicidal girl had seen the facebook announcement for homers for Conrad and have reached out to Michelle for support. She bragged I helped her. And she said I saved her life. Michelle's friends heaped praise on her following the softball game calling her brave and amazing for working so hard to raise awareness. One friend texted. Conrad is one hundred percent proud of you. Everyone is the public opinion of Michelle would soon change by that fall. Police had reviewed the contents of Conrad's phone he and deleted nearly all of his tax except for a single thread going back to the week before his death between him and Michelle Carter police all the multiple messages encouraging. Conrad to commit suicide. They realized they might have a criminal case on their hands on October. Second two thousand. Fourteen police went to Michelle's highschool to question her during the interrogation. She told them that she had been speaking with Conrad on the phone. The night he died. She said we were talking. And then the phone hung up but I didn't really think anything of it. Her techs would reveal a different story. Police had arrived ready with a search warrant. Granting them permission to take Michelle's phone. Michelle seemed reluctant to hand it over asking the police if she would get it back. They told her they'd return it eventually. Searching the phone Michelle's messages only cemented. The theory that she had played a role in Conrad's death four months later on February fourth two thousand Fifteen Bristol County grand jury indicted Michelle Carter on charges of involuntary manslaughter. Although she was seventeen at the time of Carter's death she was charged as a youthful offender rather than a juvenile youthful offender is a category reserved for minors between the ages of fourteen and seventeen who commit a crime involving serious bodily harm while juvenile offenders. Don't serve sentences beyond their eighteenth birthday youthful offenders could face the same maximum penalties as an adult Michelle's manslaughter. Charge carried a potential sentence of twenty years in prison. She was arraigned the following day and released on a twenty five hundred dollars cash bail. The indictment was made public on Thursday February twenty six and the media immediately latched onto the story. Reports of Michelle's text messages appeared in newspapers. Around the country. Conrad's family was shocked. His aunt later said it was almost the same feeling as finding out that he died once they started making headlines even those closest to. Michelle were appalled. One student interviewed at Michelle's High School said a lot of people who think she's guilty are disgusted with her on social media and Internet forums users called Michelle Manipulative Evil and a psychopath. Many were particularly outraged when facebook picture surface showing Michelle at her senior prom hanging out with friends and taking a trip to Disneyland after her indictment while she awaited trial. Michelle was banned from using social media but her mother had posted these pictures on her own account. Several media outlets characterize the post as callous Conrad's aunt commented on the situation. It just doesn't feel like she's grieving and that's really confusing for us. In any case negative public opinion would not be enough for the prosecutors attempting to convict her in order to prove involuntary manslaughter. They would have to show that Michelle had committed reckless or wanton behavior that resulted in Conrad's death involuntary manslaughter. Is a charge often. Apply to actual physical acts which caused harm to the victim. But in this case Michelle wasn't present for Conrad's death. She had been home at the time. Almost fifty miles away. The prosecutors were arguing a novel legal case and they knew it would be an uphill battle. The case also gave rise to constitutional concerns. Legal experts were divided on whether the District Attorney's office violated Michelle Carter's First Amendment rights by prosecuting her in the article for Cosmopolitan author and attorney. Jill Filipa Vich summarized the problem facing the District Attorney's Philipovich wrote even as Carter. Seems like a young woman without a moral compass depraved and cruel person who acted appallingly and should find herself legally penalized for something. Manslaughter seems to be a step too. Far olding someone legally responsible for another suicide criminalizes speech. That while bad should not be illegal. Michelle's lawyer Joseph. Cataldo felt the same way. In August of two thousand fifteen cataldo filed a motion asking the court to dismiss the indictment or alternatively charger as juvenile rather than a youthful offender. However the judge rejected his motion Cataldo appealed to the state. Supreme Judicial Court months went by as Michelle waited for their decision. Prosecutors were concerned.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

11:26 min | 3 months ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Michelle. Carter was born on August Eleventh. Nineteen ninety-six by all accounts. She had an unremarkable childhood. Her Father David was a sales manager and her mother Gail worked in real estate. Michelle grew up on a quiet cul de sac in Plainville Massachusetts a suburb located about twenty eight miles southwest of Boston friends and neighbors in the community described Michelle as a kind well and thoughtful child but from a young age. She's struggled with mental health issues. She reportedly suffered from violent night terrors. When she was little she later told a friend. I used to bring my head on the walls and scream and when I woke up I had no idea what happened when she was only eleven years old. Michelle developed an eating disorder before I continue with Michelle Psychology. Please note that I am not a licenced psychiatrist or psychologist but I have done a lot of research for the show. The causes of eating disorders are not fully understood but eating disorder therapist. Jennifer Rolin has said that people struggling with eating disorders often turn to their eating disorder behaviors in an unconscious effort to try to help themselves feel better and a co with difficulty motions. Rolling added that disordered eating is a self soothing behavior and response to feelings of anxiety. Sadness or loneliness in two thousand ten. Michelle's parents admitted her into an inpatient program at a psychiatric hospital. Michelle's medical records indicate that the fourteen year old way just eighty six pounds. Her blood pressure was dangerously low and she had chronic liver dysfunction as a result of her anorexia in February of two thousand eleven. Michelle's primary care doctor prescribed her PROZAC as a part of her treatment plan. The drug seemed to help Michelle gain weight but it didn't eliminate Michelle's disordered eating patterns. Michelle's mother reported that the teen was prone to episodes of binge eating followed by compulsive exercising. Michelle also told her peers that she felt suicidal at times and that she struggled with self injury she described herself as lonely. Although she wasn't unpopular she had trouble making close friends. She once confided in a classmate that she didn't feel like she had any real friends and that nobody ever asked her to hang out after school. She texted another friend. Stop telling me how wonderful and beautiful I am because beautiful girls get invited to parties and their friends call and want to hang out. They don't spend Friday nights alone. Clinical Psychiatrist Peter. Bergen later said. There's no question that Michelle is always asking people to love her. A lot of her friends couldn't reciprocate because she's two desperate. She so needy into whole. No one can fill. Dr Bragan believed that Michelle behave this way because she suffered from anxiety and depression. Michelle self esteem issues. Were not necessarily uncommon. In a study commissioned by the Dove Self Esteem Fund researchers found that seventy percent of teen girls feel about their looks performance in school and relationships with friends and family members. But even if Michelle's feelings were common they still cost her significant distress and she used unhealthy coping mechanisms such as disordered eating and self injury to cope with her insecurity. All Michelle wanted was someone who understood her and in February of two thousand twelve. She thought she had found that person that winter fifteen year old. Michelle went to visit her grandmother in Naples Florida. There she met Conrad. Roy The third Conrad was visiting his great aunt. A few houses down from where Michelle was staying born. September Twelfth Nineteen ninety-five Conrad was just a year older than Michelle. He was also from Massachusetts specifically the coastal town of Mattapoisett. About an hour. South of where Michelle lived in Plainville Conrad's great aunt was friends with Michelle's grandmother. The two women introduced the teens and encourage them to go on a bike ride together. Conrad and Michelle Road to the beach talked and flirted Michelle leader. Said she liked Conrad right away. She said she could tell he liked to because he asked if she had a boyfriend. When they're Florida trip ended they decided to keep in touch for months. The exchanged messages by text and facebook communicating with each other on a daily basis by the summer of two thousand twelve. They were calling each other girlfriend and boyfriend like Michelle. Conrad also struggled with mental health issues in two thousand eleven. When he was sixteen years old he was hit particularly hard by his parents acrimonious divorce. He began to suffer from depression and social anxiety when his grades dropped in school. He told his parents. It was because he had insomnia racing thoughts and gaps in his memory. His parents took him to therapists. The Conrad couldn't seem to tell them or parents the extent of his depression. He later said he had trouble expressing himself in therapy and he thought even if he could explain how he felt. He didn't think anyone was capable of helping him any way although his family knew he was struggling they didn't know that he was experiencing thoughts of self harm and suicide conroy. Didn't share these thoughts with Michelle either. At first their relationship was still fairly casual. In fact. Conrad wasn't the only person Michelle was interested in in the summer of two thousand twelve while she kept up her online relationship with Conrad. Michelle developed a bond with another girl on her softball team Alice. The girls texted and messaged each other constantly. They frequently spent the night at each other's houses according to Michelle although Alice later denied it. This was more than a friendship. Michelle said I thought it was a phase at first like I thought we were just really good friends but we started talking like people in a relationship would flirting and stuff. Michelle also said that. Alice was her first kiss but Alice's mother. Kelly didn't like the girls spending so much time together. Kelly later said she felt suspicious of Michelle. Right away something about the girl seemed phony. She reasoned no kid. Is that Nice at one point. Kelly tried to confiscate his phone to keep the girls from texting each other allies. Try to trick her by handing over an old phone. Kelly also discovered that Alice had made a secret facebook account so that the girls could continue to speak finally in the early fall of two thousand twelve. She forbade alice from seeing Michelle. Alice obeyed her mother. She blocked Michelle on social media and stopped responding to her calls and tax. Michelle was devastated. She later texted a friend. I never cry about things but I cry over her. I cried telling my therapist about her. Today I don't know why she has such a big impact on me. She just does. Michelle told another classmate that she hadn't felt happy. Since the friendship ended Alice's rejection had heard her more than anything. But Michelle didn't appear to let on to Conrad Roy that. She was depressed about Alice in messages to him around this time. She sounded upbeat and relaxed. They bantered and slung teasing insults at one another. They spoke about their favorite music. He chatted about his rowing team. She talked about basketball practice. There was little in these messages to suggest that both teams were in an intense amount of pain because Conrad was also in a dark place in the fall of two thousand twelve despite therapy his suicidal aviation had increased in October. Seventeen year old. Conrad waited until his mother left. The house then swallowed two bottles of tylenol plus a bottle of nyquil however he immediately regretted his decision. He texted a friend Arianna and told her he was sick. He asked her to call his mother for him Conrad's mother. Lynn returned home and rushed him to the hospital. Conrad promised his mother that he would never try anything like that again but he still felt depressed alone and scared. Conran didn't know how much longer he could go on. It was agony trying to live each day. As if everything were normal it would be a relief to just let the mask fall and to let everyone see who he really was but he was afraid of what they would think if they saw the real Conrad maybe they would hate him as much as he hated himself. Conrad ached for relief for understanding for salvation. But he didn't know where to begin looking for it. Perhaps it would help if even just one person understood him. Maybe that would make him feel as if he had something or someone to live four on October. Ten and two thousand twelve Conrad's Michelle facebook message. He asked do you care what's been happening to me. She responded immediately. What's been happening with that? Conrad opened up to her about his suicide attempt. He warned her. I'm not the person you thought. It was as if preparing for her to reject him but Michelle. Didn't she called him? One of the most amazing is she'd ever met telling him how happy he made her. She told him that she wanted to help him get better. That intense conversation signaled a shift in their relationship. They became each other's confidants sharing their darkest thoughts with one another. Even though they were miles apart dealing with a world of pain now they were in it together.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

09:19 min | 4 months ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Up next. Police began to suspect foul play as they continue their investigation into Conrad's death podcast listeners. I am beyond excited to tell you about a new podcast original series if you enjoy stories about crime mystery and the unexplained. You'll absolutely love supernatural with Ashley. Flowers it's hosted by Creme Junkies Ashley Flowers and you can hear new episodes every Wednesday. Most mysteries can be solved by looking at the facts but sometimes the facts don't lead to a logical explanation and the truth lies somewhere in the unknown in supernatural with Ashley. Flowers Ashley takes a deep dive into the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences each week. She'll dig into a different crime or mystery fitting theory isn't always the most conventional from exorcisms to solve murders to alien abductions. Ashley will take on. The tails challenged the unexplained and dissect the facts with a heavy helping of skepticism and rationale. So are you ready to get to the bottom of history's most peculiar events? Follow supernatural with Ashley Flowers. Freon spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story on July thirteenth two thousand fourteen police discovered the body of eighteen year old. Conrad Roy the third in the cab of his truck. He died by suicide after breathing in a lethal amount of carbon monoxide. A few people knew that he was having suicidal thoughts however he had shared his plans with his girlfriend. Seventeen year old. Michelle Carter in the week before his death. She had encouraged even badgered him into going through with the act after he died. Michelle acted heartbroken telling friends and family. How devastated she was and how much she loved him. She posted a number of messages on social media about his death beginning on the same day he died that night. She tweeted such a beautiful soul. Gone too soon. I'll always remember your bright light and smile. You'll forever be in my heart. I love you Conrad. Many would later speculate. That Michelle enjoyed the attention. She got from playing the role of the grieving girlfriend. Although all human beings need attention for some people it can become a compulsion neuroscientist. Billy Gordon wrote that. Some people crave drama in their lives because as he put it. Drama gets attention drama. Causes the Petur Terry Glenn An hypothalamus to Secrete endorphins? Which suppress pain and induced pleasure? Because of this some people can become addicted to drama in the same way. They become addicted to opiates. Gordon says like any addiction. You build up a tolerance that continuously requires more to get the same neurochemical effect in the case of drama. You need more and more crises to get the same thrill for years. Michelle had struggled with an eating disorder and self harming habits which she confided to her friends. Conrad staff gave her and even more dramatic basis for gaining their sympathy. Late in the summer of two thousand fourteen. Michelle organized a charity softball game called homers for Conrad. Some of Conrad's friends found it. Strange that she chose to host it in her hometown of Plainville. Nearly an hour away from Conrad's family and the Mattapoisett area when one friend. Tom Question Michelle about it. She claimed the event would be too difficult to organize if she held it. Outside of PLAINVILLE. Tom Offered to organize it himself and she snapped at him. It has to be here. This was my idea. The game was held on September. Thirteen two thousand fourteen. The day after what would have been Conrad's nineteenth birthday. Michelle enlisted her friends and family to participate. She was thrilled with the turnout boasting leader that they had raised over twenty three hundred dollars. It wasn't just the money. Michelle was happy about the event meter. Feel important. She liked the fact that people saw her as an advocate for mental illness. Michelle leader claimed that a suicidal girl had seen the facebook announcement four homers for Conrad and have reached out to Michelle for support. She bragged I helped her and she said I saved her life. Michelle's Franz heaped praise on her following the softball game calling her brave and amazing for working so hard to raise awareness. One friend texted. Conrad is one hundred percent proud of you. Everyone is the public opinion of Michelle would soon change by that fall. Police had reviewed the contents of Conrad's phone. He deleted nearly all of his texts except for a single thread going back to the week before his death between him and Michelle. Carter police all the multiple messages encouraging. Conrad to commit suicide. They realized they might have a criminal case on their hands on October. Second two thousand. Fourteen police went to Michele's high school to question her during the interrogation. She told them that she had been speaking with Conrad on the phone. The night he died she said we were talking and then the phone hung up but I didn't really think anything of it. Her tax would reveal a different story. Police had arrived ready with a search warrant. Granting them permission to take Michelle's phone. Michelle seemed reluctant to hand it over asking the police if she would get it back. They told her they'd return it eventually. Searching the phone Michelle's messages only cemented. The theory that she had played a role in Conrad's death four months later on February fourth. Two Thousand Fifteen. I'm Bristol County. Grand jury indicted Michelle Carter on charges of involuntary manslaughter. Although she was seventeen at the time of Carter's death she was charged as youthful offender rather than a juvenile youthful offender is a category reserved for minors between the ages of fourteen and seventeen who commit a crime involving serious bodily harm while juvenile offenders. Don't serve sentences beyond their eighteenth birthday youthful offenders could face the same maximum penalties as an adult Michelle's manslaughter. Charge carried a potential sentence of twenty years in prison. She was a rain the following day and released on the twenty five hundred dollars cash bail. The indictment was made public on Thursday February twenty six and the media immediately latched onto the story. Reports of Michelle's text messages appeared in newspapers. Around the country. Conrad's family was shocked. His aunt later said it was almost the same feeling as finding out that he died once the case started making headlines even those closest to. Michelle were appalled. One student interviewed Michelle's Highschool said a lot of people who think she's guilty are disgusted with her on social media and Internet forums users called Michelle Manipulative Evil and psychopath. Many were particularly outraged when facebook pictures surfaced showing Michelle at her senior prom hanging out with friends and taking a trip to Disneyland after her indictment while she awaited trial. Michelle was banned from using social media but her mother had posted these pictures on her own account. Several media outlets characterized the post as callous. Conrad's aunt commented on the situation. It just doesn't feel like she's grieving and that's really confusing for us. In any case negative public opinion would not be enough for the prosecutors attempting to convict her in order to prove involuntary manslaughter. They would have to show that Michelle had committed reckless or wanton behavior that resulted in Conrad's death involuntary manslaughter. Is a charge often. Apply to actual physical acts which cause harm to the victim. But in this case Michelle wasn't present for Conrad's death. She had been home at the time. Almost fifty miles away. The prosecutors were arguing novel legal case and they knew it would be an uphill battle. The case also gave rise to constitutional concerns. Legal experts were divided on whether the District Attorney's office violated Michelle Carter's First Amendment rights by prosecuting her.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

10:36 min | 4 months ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"The causes of eating disorders are not fully understood but eating disorder. Their Best Jennifer Rowland has said that people struggling with eating disorders often turn to their eating disorder behaviors in an unconscious effort to try to help themselves feel better and to cope with difficult emotions. Rolling added that disordered. Eating is a self soothing behavior in response to feelings of anxiety. Sadness or loneliness in two thousand ten. Michelle's parents admitted her into an inpatient program at a psychiatric hospital. Michelle's medical records indicate that the fourteen year old way just eighty six pounds. Her blood pressure was dangerously low and she had chronic liver dysfunction as a result of her anorexia in February of two thousand eleven. Michelle's primary care doctor prescribed her PROZAC as a part of her treatment plan. The drug seemed to help Michelle gain weight but it didn't eliminate Michelle's disordered eating patterns. Michelle's mother reported that the teen was prone to episodes of binge eating followed by compulsive exercising. Michelle also told her peers that she felt suicidal at times and that she struggled with self injury she described herself as lonely. Although she wasn't unpopular she had trouble making close friends. She wants confided in a classmate that she didn't feel like she had any real friends and that nobody ever asked her to hang out after school. She texted another friend. Stop telling me how wonderful and beautiful I am because beautiful girls get invited to parties and their friends call and want to hang out. They don't spend Friday nights alone. Clinical Psychiatrist Peter Bragan leader said. There's no question that Michelle is always asking people to love her. A lot of her friends couldn't reciprocate because she's two desperate. She so needy. It's a whole no one can fill. Dr Bragan believed that Michelle behave this way because she suffered from anxiety and depression. Michelle self esteem. Issues were not necessarily uncommon. In a study commissioned by the Dove self-esteem Fund researchers found that seventy percent of teen girls feel insecure about their looks performance in school and relationships with friends and family members. But even if Michelle's feelings were common they still cost her significant distress and she used unhealthy coping mechanisms such as disordered eating and self injury to cope with her insecurity. All Michelle wanted was someone who understood her and in February of two thousand twelve. She thought she had found that person that winter fifteen year old. Michelle went to visit her grandmother in Naples Florida. There she met Conrad. Roy The third Conrad was visiting his great aunt. A few houses down from where Michelle was staying born. September Twelfth Nineteen ninety-five Conrad was just a year older than Michelle. He was also from Massachusetts specifically the coastal town of Mattapoisett amount. An hour south of where Michelle lived in Plainville Conrad's great aunt was friends with Michelle's grandmother. The two women introduced the teens and encourage them to go on a bike ride together. Conrad and Michelle wrote to the beach talked and flirted. Michelle leader. Said she liked Conrad right away. She said she could tell he liked her too because he asked if she had a boyfriend. When they're Florida trip ended. They decided to keep in touch for months. They exchanged messages by texts and facebook communicating with each other on a daily basis. By the summer of two thousand twelve. They were calling each other girlfriend and boyfriend like Michelle. Conrad also struggled with mental health issues in two thousand eleven. When he was sixteen years old he was hit particularly hard by his parents acrimonious divorce. He began to suffer from depression and social anxiety when his grades dropped in school. He told his parents. It was because he had insomnia racing thoughts and gaps in his memory. His parents took him to therapists. The Conrad couldn't seem to tell them or his parents. The extent of his depression he later said he had trouble expressing himself and therapy and he thought even if he could explain how he felt. He didn't think anyone was capable of helping him any way. Although his family knew he was struggling they didn't know that he was experiencing thoughts of self harm and suicide. Conrad didn't share these thoughts with Michelle. Either at first their relationship was still fairly casual in fact. Conrad wasn't the only person. Michelle was interested in in the summer of two thousand twelve while she kept up her online relationship with Conrad. Michelle developed bond with another girl on her softball team Alice. The girls texted message to each other constantly. They frequently spent the night at each other's houses according to Michelle although Alice later denied it. This was more than a friendship. Michelle said I thought it was a phase at first like I thought we were just really good friends but we started talking like people in a relationship would flirting and stuff. Michelle also said that. Alice was her first kiss but Alice's mother. Kelly didn't like the girl spending so much time together. Kelly later said she felt suspicious of Michelle. Right away something about the girl seemed phony. She reasoned no kid. Is that Nice at one point. Kelly tried to confiscate Alice's phone to keep the girls from texting each other allies. Try to trick her by handing over an old phone. Kelly also discovered that Alice had made a secret facebook account so that the girls could continue to speak finally in the early fall of two thousand twelve. She forbade Alice from seeing Michelle Alice obey her mother. She blocked Michelle on social media and stopped responding to calls and tax. Michelle was devastated. She later texted a friend. I never cry about things but I cry over her. I cried telling my therapist about her. Today I don't know why she has such a big impact on me. She just does. Michelle told another classmate that she hadn't felt happy. Since the friendship ended Alice's rejection had heard her more than anything. But Michelle didn't appear to let onto Conrad Roy that. She was depressed about Alice in messages to him around this time. She sounded upbeat and relaxed. They bantered and Sung teasing insults at one another. They spoke about their favorite music. He chatted about his rowing team. She talked about basketball practice. There was little in these messages to suggest that both teams were in an intense amount of pain because Conrad was also on a dark place. In the fall of two thousand twelve despite therapy his suicidal idealization had increased in. October seventeen year old. Conrad waited until his mother left the house. Then swallow to hold bottles of tylenol plus a bottle of nyquil however he immediately regretted his decision. He texted a friend Arianna and told her he was sick. He asked her to call his mother for him Conrad's mother. Lynn returned home and rushed him to the hospital. Conrad promised his mother that he would never try anything like that again but he still felt depressed alone and scared. Conroy didn't know how much longer he could go on. It was agony trying to live each day. As if everything were normal it would be a relief to just let the mask fall and to let everyone see who he really was but he was afraid of what they would think if they saw the real Conrad maybe they would hate him as much as he hated himself. Conrad ached for relief for understanding for salvation. But he didn't know where to begin looking for it. Perhaps it would help if even just one person understood him. Maybe that would make him feel as if he had something or someone to live for on October tenth. Two Thousand Twelve Conrad's sent Michelle facebook message. He asked do you care what's been happening to me. She responded immediately. What's been happening with fat? Conrad opened up to her about his suicide attempt. He warned her. I'm not the person you thought. It was as if preparing for her to reject him but Michelle. Didn't she called him? One of the most amazing guys. She'd ever met telling him how happy he made her. She told him that she wanted to help him get better. That intense conversation signaled a shift in their relationship. They became each other's confidants sharing their darkest thoughts with one another. Even though they were miles apart dealing with a world of pain now they were in it together up next Conrad and Michelle continued to spiral as their communications. Become more frequent and more toxic..

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"michelle leader" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The the problem what they're able to in the playoffs is it's it's gonna be a collaborative effort by the dentist he can either play will be found and clean competitor in the cold because they're gonna have to be really good the kicking game your they block the block fear you know there are always great always thought that Sir banister game belt a couple of carbon effort energy to that particular group but the Gulf War you know if if there is no we don't cover your bill he's capable of upper down your number over the last four games Brady's completing fifty one percent of his passes and that was about five point two yards per attempt I mean but those on Brady like numbers so I don't know how you gonna fix the passing game your old people are worried about the pattern people are locked up on the rescue receivers and people are double your net amount of gold that makes things really difficult for Brady but you'll never come up the creature you know we've seen them given the cold season before you saw the last year what they can do I I do still somebody and so I feel my own eyes I would never come up because of Cole's all football we say that about last year last year's team was better than this year's team last year's team could do things that this year's team can't do last year Sonny Michelle rush for four point five yards per carry if you have a running back they can turn around and you can give the ball you can rush for five or four point five yards per carry and then in the playoffs he rushed for four point seven yards per carry okay you had a viable running game you had an above average running game this year sunny Michelle's running for three point five yards per carry so you're getting below average production and people of Boston are very unhappy with what they're getting from sunny Michelle leaders were rich gaining one NFL MVP Brady's completing fifty one percent of his passes over the last four weeks five point two yards per attempt doesn't know if they're going to fix the offense they're not gin production from the tight end in been wants in they're locking up on on on the rookie wideout and all you gotta do is double seem Julian element.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

11:26 min | 7 months ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Receive experience yes my name is and I appreciate you listening going give me a follow on Twitter at sea that airs we're talking about week fifteen in the NFL and the patriots she those are the topics right now if you want to chime in a five five two one two four two two seven let's go to the phone lines George is in Los Angeles he's always rams get the brief down today at the hands of the cowboys it is the pretty disappointing game my friend but it'll surprise me about the rams they seem to be very up and down this year and I don't know the time is past wage jobs back at you know young as prime anymore as far as age I'm not trying to become the guys great coach but he's been around a long time but they just they got gas today and I figured they would lose Beyonce we I figure they're they're just that kind of a team this year there your average at best and well put a nail in the coffin fours playoffs this year maybe next year no that's one no I appreciate the phone call I mean that's pretty much it what happened I think if you were the ray arms you got to try to figure out to be a well a more balanced football team and they've been so far this season now there's nothing you can do about Todd Gurley's contract at this point it is what it is but you have to try to figure out a way to either get him going or try to get some contribution from the running game it's not a coincidence to me that the decline of the ram started with the decline of Todd Gurley started Todd Gurley in my opinion last year was the best running back in the NFL this year he's averaging three point nine yards per carry he's been bad this year and it was obvious to see at the end of last season that Todd Gurley wasn't going to be good this year he's not rush four hundred yards in any game so far this season thank about that how dynamic Todd Gurley was last year he's not rush for one hundred yards and it's been bad it's been a lot of days very similar to today eleven carries for twenty yards he scored a touchdown so I guess that's good for fantasy which I lost forty four to twenty one today they did get gas from the ground Tony Pollard rush for a hundred thirty one yards the kill Elliott rush for a hundred and seventeen yards golf would be a whole lot better if they can run the football effectively they got to figure out a way to do that this offseason again I know they got a lot of money tied up in the Todd Gurley with the contract he got and they can't get out of it yet but that seems just it's not going to work if your going to give Jerry golf the volume in which she is I jerk off he he he he should not throw the ball fifty one times the way he did today I know they were down for the most part so we had to so to get the back in the game that's just not a winning proposition if your goal on the ball fifty times with Jerry golf let's go back to the fall line Justin is in Richmond Virginia go adjusted hearing center okay I'm no talk my friend how's it going it's going man so I heard that audio you played about an hour ago this is of who ever was from the ads he sounded like me if we can back home from high schools but my mom caught me like come on dude let my sixteen year old doctor come up a better excuse than that but I did also want to give a shout out from Boston if you really believe Goodfellas check Brady and craft had no idea what was going on I also have some gorgeous golf front property up in North Dakota just give my hobby to get my number and we'll get it set up yet no the patriots they're on the down because they're like they're on the decline they're not getting any better I hope I hope something happens but knowing knowing get Delano's was in that office they're probably not going to do to too much especially with the hypocrisy of battle gambling situation with the integrity of the shield but you know I'm just open wishin but that's really all we can do at this point with with those guys no you're right I appreciate the phone call was appreciate you calling up I want to play this audio for you guys really quickly because we talk about a little bit earlier but I want to play this for you we don't play yesterday I think the answer is very obvious for the patriots on where they stand in terms of being a Superbowl contending team and we simply just don't want to see the information and what we see and we're not trusting our own eyes like if I ask you who the Superbowl contenders OR whoever you think they are maybe a really high Minnesota I'm not maybe I like Green Bay more than you like Green Bay put we've seen fourteen games of all of these two players are from the two teams that play on Monday night I don't question if the saints are good or not I've seen them do it I don't question of Baltimore's good this year I've seen it I don't question Green Day I've seen them do it so far this year I got a lot of questions when it comes to New England so I want to play this every Wednesday on my local show rich gaining comes on he said this about the patriots office right play police the wage earner they're going to get through the rest of the war what they will do in the playoffs is it's it's gonna be a collaborative effort right after he can either play will get the exam and quite a bit better all of didn't have to be really good the kicking game here they block the block if you're young girl always they've always thought that third banister game felt that put a lot of time effort energy to that particular group that the Gulf War you know it gets back to you know we don't cover your bill he's capable of upper down your number over the last four games Brady's completing fifty one percent of his passes and that was about five point two yards per attempt I mean but those on Brady like numbers so I don't know how you gonna fix the passing game your old people are worried about the pattern people are locked up on the rescue receivers and people are double Jornal but I'm told that makes things really difficult for Brady but no never come up the patriots you know we've seen them given the cold season before you saw the last year what they can do I I do still somebody into I feel my own eyes I would never come up because of Cole's local ball we say that about last year last year's team was better than this year's team last year's team could do things that this year's team can't do last year Sonny Michelle rush for four point five yards per carry if you have a running back they can turn around and you can give him the ball you can rush for five or four point five yards per carry and then in the playoffs you rush for four point seven yards per carry okay you had a viable running game you had an above average running game this year sunny Michelle's running for three point five yards per carry so you're getting below average production and people of Boston are very unhappy with what they're getting from sunny Michelle leaders were rich gaining one NFL MVP ladies completing fifty one percent of his passes over the last four weeks five point two yards per attempt doesn't know if they're going to fix the offense they're not gin production from the tight end in been wants in they're locking up on on on the rookie wideout and all you gotta do is double team Julian element like the give the answers to the test are right there in front of us but there's something in the back of our minds I don't know I don't want to bury the patriots okay I feel like this year I think we know who the legitimate contenders OR yeah we know who they're not a we've seen New England match themselves up with the legitimate contenders in the NFL and we see how they fared every one thing if they be Baltimore earlier this season that you think all right Hey they have a play that well but when they needed to kind of show you that they're still New England flexor muscle little bit they could do so they have their opportunity they've played the other league teams in the AFC they've lost what's more bills for seventeen they played Houston there can be by double digits in the fourth quarter and got some garbage time touchdowns lately the city at home they lost their by buffalo leader special teams such gonna be like we've seen them measure up against the elite teams in the NFL I think it's just clear this year that that's just not the kind of team that New England is this season let's go back to the phone line Ryan is in Charlotte go awry Hey Bob did you take a look all again always look for a night so you'll you'll disappear it's always a good show well I wanted to I wanted to ask about Tom Brady also with it and just like mom my main question is I'll give my opinion suit I wanna get yours off on this well with Tom Brady if if these rumors are true that have been circulating all season about how it's baby Tom Brady's last year and you know whether it's going to be retired or what it's going to be with another to go to another place played other able or whatever it is if these rumors are true like what do you think the deal what do you what do you think the last resort was the last thing that happened that is called operation not be happy about at a hearing for I feel I feel like it has a what that looks like I know him a fellow Jack work good together they've definitely proved that with all the way to the resume but I personally think that Bella second great behind the scenes don't have that's racist I'm I'm not sure they get along all that well and I think a lot to do with what Dallas secretary how rob Lowe few years ago I think that if I was like what do you think it might be that part of Brady to feel like you can clear this is that the weapons around a bit is it working part of the organization do or maybe he himself realized that you start to lose that that are on the vehicle your vehicle whether you're required but what do you think it's called if if I was very shocked when I heard he was considering this all season but what do you think might be bill might be called a break I appreciate the phone call us right and Charlene's your question I I think you is very terribly for Tom Brady if he is going to leave the eco system which is the New England Patriots I think he's fairly limited at this point is career does he want to move he's not chasing a rain he's not chasing any accolades I don't really know if there's anything else to prove if you're Tom Brady I think we've seen Brady over the last couple years kind of turned more into a brand at least off the feel with the whole TV T. twelve than the health and all that kind of stuff which he she or he should be doing at this point is career thinking about what's next ram after football I think we're starting to see that I just this is Brady next year want to go to the Los Angeles Chargers for season I guess that would is that really interests Brady I got I don't think so I do agree with you Ryan I do think it was related to so Jimmy Garoppolo I remember this story from South wicker sham I was before last year's AFC championship game I thought it was a very telling thing this is just my read on the situation I don't know I live in Kansas city Missouri I don't know but I did this this is my read on I've always thought that Bella check has been willing and ready to move on from players faster they Robert Kraft says and for the most part I think craft let's Belichick run the team how he wants to run the team but.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on WEEI

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11:35 min | 7 months ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on WEEI

"Fifteen in the NFL and the patriots cheating those are the topics right now if you want to chime in a five five two one two four two two seven let's go to the phone lines George is in Los Angeles he's always rams get beat down today at the hands of the cowboys it is at the pretty disappointing game my friends up but it'll surprise me about the rams they seem to be very up and down this year and I don't know the time is past wage jobs back at you know young as prime anymore as far as age I'm not trying to become the guy's a great coach but he's been around a long time but they just they got gas today and I figured they would lose Beyonce we I figure they're they're just that kind of a team this year there your average at best and well put a nail in the coffin fours playoffs this year maybe next year no as well no I appreciate the phone call I mean that's pretty much it would happen I think if your the ray arms you got to try to figure out to be a well a more balanced football team than they've been so far this season now there's nothing you can do about Todd Gurley's contract at this point it is what it is but you have to try to figure out a way to either get him going or try to get some contribution from the running game it's not a coincidence to me that the decline of the ram started with the decline of Todd Gurley started Todd Gurley in my opinion last year was the best running back in the NFL this year he's averaging three point nine yards per carry he's been bad this year and it was obvious to see at the end of last season that Todd Gurley wasn't gonna be good this year he's not rush four hundred yards in any game so far this season thank about that they well how dynamic Todd Gurley was last year he's not rush for one hundred yards and it's been bad it's been a lot of days very similar to today eleven carries for twenty yards he scored a touchdown so I guess that's good for fantasy but you lost forty four to twenty one today they did get gas on the ground Sony Pollard rush for a hundred thirty one yards the kill Ellie a rush for a hundred and seventeen yards golf would be a whole lot better if they can run the football effectively they got to figure out a way to do that this offseason again I know they got a lot of money tied up in the Todd Gurley with the contract he got and they can't get out of it yet but that seems just it's not going to work if your going to give Jerry golf the volume in which she is a jerk off he he he he should not throw the ball fifty one times the way you did today I know they were down for the most part so we had to so to get the back in the game that's just not a winning proposition if you're going the ball fifty times with Jerry golf let's go back to the fall line Justin is in Richmond Virginia go adjusted what about hearing center okay I'm no stock my friend's house going it's going man so I heard that audio you played about an hour ago of the of whoever was from the ads he he sounded like meat we can back home from high schools but my mom caught me like come on dude like my sixteen year old self come up with better excuses than that but I did also want to give a shout out from Boston if you really believe Goodfellas check Brady and craft had no idea what was going on I also have some gorgeous golf front property up in North Dakota just give my hobby to give my number and we'll get it set up yet no the patriots they're on the down because they're like they're on the decline they're not get any better I hope I hope something happens but knowing knowing get Delano's was in that office they're probably not going to do to too much especially with the hypocrisy of battle gambling situation with the integrity of the shield but you know I'm just open wishin but that's really all we can do at this point with with those guys no you're right I appreciate the phone call was appreciate you calling up I want to play this audio for you guys really quickly because we talked about a little bit earlier but I want to play this for you we don't play yesterday I think the answer is very obvious for the patriots on where they stand in terms of being a Superbowl contending team and we simply just don't want to see the information and what we've seen and we're not trusting our own eyes like if I ask you who the Superbowl contenders OR whoever you think they are maybe a really high Minnesota I'm not maybe I like Green Bay more than you like Green Bay but we've seen fourteen games of all of these two players are from the two teams that play on Monday night I don't question if the saints are good or not I've seen them do it I don't question of Baltimore's good this year I've seen it I don't question Green Bay I've seen them do it so far this year I got a lot of questions when it comes to New England so I want to play this every Wednesday on my local show rich gaining comes on he said this about the patriots office right play police the wage earner they're going to get through the rest of the season well I mean the problem what cable grew in the playoffs is it's it's gonna be a collaborative effort right after he can either play really get the sense and quite a bit better all three of didn't have to be really good the kicking game your they block the block this year you know there are always great always thought that third banisters game Belcher put a lot of time effort energy to that particular group that the Gulf rentable you know it gets back to you know we told Tom Brady abilities capable of her upper down your number over the last four games Brady's completing fifty one percent of his passes and that was about five point two yards per attempt I mean but those on Brady like numbers so I don't know how you gonna fix the passing game your old people are worried about the pattern people are locked up on the rescue receivers and people are double your net amount and sold that makes things really difficult for Brady but no never come up the patriots you know we've seen them given the cold season before you saw the last year what they can do I I just saw somebody and so I feel my own eyes I would never come up a tree because they have the best coach in all football we say that about last year last year's team was better than this year's team last year's team could do things that this year's team can't do last year Sonny Michelle rush for four point five yards per carry if you have a running back they can turn around and you can give him the ball you can rush for five or four point five yards per carry and then in the playoffs you rush for four point seven yards per carry okay you had a viable running game you had an above average running game this year sunny Michelle's running for three point five yards per carry so you're getting below average production and people of Boston are very unhappy with what they're getting for Sonny Michelle leaders were rich Gannon one NFL MVP radis completing fifty one percent of his passes over the last four weeks five point two yards per attempt doesn't know if they're going to fix the offense they're not gin production from the tight end in been wants in they're locking up on on on the rookie wideout and all you gotta do is double team Julian element like the gin the answers to the test are right there in front of us but there's something in the back of our minds I don't know I don't want to bury the patriots okay I feel like this year I think we know who the legitimate contenders OR and we know who they're not a we've seen New England match themselves up with the legitimate contenders in the NFL and we see how they fared every one thing a baby Baltimore earlier this season but you think it all right Hey they have a play that well but when they needed to kind of show you that they're still New England flexor muscle little bit they could do so they have their opportunity they've played the other elite teams in the AFC they've lost their play Baltimore bills for seventeen they played Houston there can be by double digits in the fourth quarter and got some garbage time touchdowns they play Kansas city at home they lost their way buffalo read a special teams such gonna be like we've seen them measure up against the elite teams in the NFL I think it's just clear this year that that's just not the kind of team that New England is this season let's go back to the phone line Ryan is in Charlotte go awry Hey Bob create you taking my call again always look for a night so you'll you'll listen to hear it's always a good show well I wanted to I wanted to ask about Tom Brady also it it just like mom my main question is I'll give my opinion suit I wanna get yours all on this well with Tom Brady if if these rumors are true that had been circulating all season about how it's baby Tom Brady's last year and you know whether it's going to be retired or what it's going to be with another to go to another place played other cable or whatever it is if these rumors are true like what do you think the deal what do you what do you think the last resort was the last thing that happened that is called operation not be happy about at a hearing for I feel I feel like it has a what Bella second no hit the fella Jack work good together they've definitely proved that with all the way to the resume but I personally think that Bella second grade behind the scenes don't have the best relationship I'm I'm not sure they get along all that well and I think a lot to do with what Belichick very how rob Lowe a few years ago I think that there are there are like what do you think it might be the call of the Brady to feel like he created is that the weapons around him it is a certain part of the organization do or maybe he himself realized that you start the staff are all the your your vehicle with weapons you'll require but what do you think it's called a radio if I was very shocked when are your heard he was considering this all season but what do you think might be bill might be called a break I appreciate the phone call us right and rolling into your question I I think you is very terribly for Tom Brady if he is going to leave the eco system which is the New England Patriots I think he's fairly limited at this point his career does he want to move he's not chasing a rain he's not chasing any accolades I don't really know if there's anything else to prove if you're Tom Brady I think we've seen Brady over the last couple years kind of turned more into a brand at least off the feel with the whole TV T. twelve than the health and all that kind of stuff which he she he should be doing at this point is career thinking about what's next ram after football I think we're starting to see that I just this is Brady next year want to go to the Los Angeles Chargers for season I guess that would is that really interest Brady I got I don't think so I do agree with you Ryan I do think it was related to so Jimmy Garoppolo I remember the story from Seth wicker sham I was before last year's AFC championship game I thought it was a very telling thing this is just my read on the situation I don't know I live in Kansas city Missouri I don't know but I'm just this this is my read on I've always thought that Bella check has been willing and ready to move on from players faster they Robert Kraft as if for the most part I think craft let's Belichick run the team how he wants to run the team but I think Tom's a different and I think that Bella check was ready to move on the Jimmy Garoppolo and I think it was very clear in apparent in that building and Brady was unhappy about it which they made Robert Kraft unhappy about it and I think they had to choose and I think that shows Tom Brady which I think every organization when it shows Tom Brady I think James.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:36 min | 7 months ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"My name is and I appreciate you list going give me a follow on Twitter at C. dot airs we're talking about week fifteen in the NFL and the patriots she those are the topics right now if you want to chime in a five five two one two four two two seven let's go to the fall line to George is in Los Angeles he's always rams gift of beat down today at the hands of the cowboys it is the pretty disappointing game my friend but it'll surprise me about the rams they seem to be very up and down this year and I don't know the time is past wage jobs back at you know young as prime anymore as far as his agent trying to become the guy's a great coach but he's been around a long time but they just they got gas today and I figured they would lose Beyonce we I figure they're they're just that kind of a team this year there your average at best and well put a nail in the coffin fours playoffs this year maybe next year no that's one no I appreciate the phone call I mean that's pretty much it would happen I think if your the ray ohms you got to try to figure out to be a well a more balanced football team and they've been so far this season now there's nothing you can do about Todd Gurley's contract at this point it is what it is but you have to try to figure out a way to either get him going or try to get some contribution from the running game it's not a coincidence to me that the decline of the ram started with the decline of Todd Gurley started Todd Gurley in my opinion last year was the best running back in the NFL this year he's averaging three point nine yards per carry he's been bad this year and it was obvious to see at the end of last season that Todd Gurley wasn't gonna be good this year he's not rushed four hundred yards in any game so far this season I think about that how dynamic Todd Gurley was last year he's not rushed for one hundred yards and it's been bad it's been a lot of days very similar to today eleven carries for twenty yards he scored a touchdown so I guess that's good for fantasy which I lost forty four to twenty one today they did get gas from the ground Tony Pollard rush for a hundred thirty one yards EQ Elliott rush for a hundred and seventeen yards golf would be a whole lot better if they can run the football effectively they got to figure out a way to do that this offseason again I know they got a lot of money tied up in the Todd Gurley with the contract he got and they can't get out of it yet but that seems just it's not going to work if your going to give Jerry golf the volume in which she is I jerk off he he he he should not throw the ball fifty one times the way you did today I know they were down for the most part so we had to so to get the back in the game that's just not a winning proposition if you're going the ball fifty times with Jerry golf let's go back to the fall line Justin is in Richmond Virginia go it just what about hearing center okay I'm no stock my friend's house going it's going man so I heard that audio you played about an hour ago of the of whoever was from the ads he sounded like me we can back home from high schools but my mom caught me like come on dude like my sixteen year old self come up with better excuses than that but I did also want to give a shout out from Boston if you really believe Goodfellas check Brady and craft had no idea what was going on I also have some gorgeous golf front property up in North Dakota just give my hobby to give my number and we'll get it set up yet no the patriots they're on the down because they're like they're on the decline they're not getting any better I hope I hope something happens but knowing knowing get Delano's was in that office they're probably not going to do to too much especially with the hypocrisy of battle gambling situation with the integrity of the shield but you know I'm just open wishin but that's really all we can do at this point with the with the gas no you're right I appreciate the phone call was appreciate you calling up I want to play this audio for you guys really quickly because we talked about a little bit earlier but I want to play this for you we don't play yet today I think the answer is very obvious for the patriots on where they stand in terms of being a Superbowl contending team and we simply just don't want to see the information and what we've seen and we're not trusting our own eyes like if I ask you who the Superbowl contenders OR whoever you think they are maybe a really high Minnesota I'm not maybe I like Green Bay more than you like Green Bay put we've seen fourteen games of all of these two players are from the two teams that play on Monday night I don't question if the saints are good or not I've seen them do it I don't question of Baltimore's good this year I've seen it I don't question Green Bay I've seen them do it so far this year I got a lot of questions when it comes to New England so I want to play this every Wednesday on my local show rich gaining comes on he said this about the patriots office right play police the wage earner they're going to get through the rest of the season what are what they're able to in the playoffs is it's it's gonna be a collaborative effort right after he can either play will get the stamps and playing better in the polls I didn't have to be really good the kicking game here they block the block this year you know there are always great always thought that third banisters game belts have put a lot of time effort energy to that particular group that the Gulf rentable you know it gets back to you know we don't complicate your bill he's capable of her upper down your number over the last four games Brady's completing fifty one percent of his passes and that was about five point two yards per attempt I mean but those on Brady like numbers so I don't know how you gonna fix after the game your old people are worried about the pattern people are locked up on the rescue receivers and people are double your net amount of gold that makes things really difficult for Brady but no never come up the patriots you know we've seen them given the cold season before you saw the last year what they can do I I just saw somebody and so I feel my own eyes I would never come up because of Cole's all football we say that about last year last year's team was better than this year's team last year's team could do things that this year's team can't do last year Sonny Machel rush for four point five yards per carry if you have a running back they can turn around and you can give him the ball you can rush for five or four point five yards per carry and then in the playoffs you rush for four point seven yards per carry okay you had a viable running game you had an above average running game this year sunny Michelle's running for three point five yards per carry so you're getting below average production and people of Austin are very unhappy with what they're getting for Sonny Michelle leaders were rich kid who won NFL MVP Brady's completing fifty one percent of his passes over the last four weeks five point two yards per attempt doesn't know if they're going to fix the offense they're not gin production from the tight end in been Watson they're locking up on on on the rookie wideout it all you gotta do is double team Julian element like the gin the answers to the test are right there in front of us but there's something in the back of our minds I don't know I don't want to bury the patriots okay I feel like this year I think we know who the legitimate contenders OR and we know who they're not it we've seen New England match themselves up with the legitimate contenders in the NFL and we see how they fare every one thing if they be Baltimore earlier this season but you think it all right Hey they have a play that well but when they needed to kind of show you that they're still doing live flexor muscle little bit they could do so they have their opportunity they've played the other league teams in the AFC they've lost their way Baltimore they also seventeen they played Houston there can be by double digits in the fourth quarter and got some garbage time touchdowns they play Kansas city at home they lost their way buffalo read a special teams are gonna be like we've seen them measure up against the elite teams in the NFL I think it's just clear this year that that's just not the kind of team that New England is this season let's go back to the phone line Ryan is in Charlotte go awry Hey Bob preset you taking my call again always look for a night so you'll you'll disappear it's always a good show well I wanted to I wanted to ask about Tom Brady also it it just like mom my main question is I'll give my opinion to not want to get yours all on this well with Tom Brady if the rumors are true that had been circulating all season about how this baby Tom Brady last year and you know whether it's going to be retired or what it's going to be with another to go to another place played other team or whatever it is if these rumors are true like what do you think the deal what do you what do you think the last resort was the last thing that happened that is called top rated not be happy about at a hearing for I feel I feel like it has a what that looks like I know him to spell check work good together they've definitely proved that with all the way to the resume but I personally think that Bella second grade behind the scenes don't have the best relationship I'm I'm not sure they get along all that well and I think a lot has to do with what Belichick very how rob Lowe few years ago I think that there are the part like what do you think it might be that part of Brady to feel like you can clear this is that the weapons around him it is a certain part of the organization do or maybe he himself realized that you start to lose the staff are all the your your vehicle with weapons and you'll require but what do you think it's called the great if if that would be a shock when are your heard he was considering this all season but what do you think might be bill might be called a break I appreciate the phone call is running strong is your question I I think you is very terribly for Tom Brady if he is going to leave the eco system which is the New England Patriots I think he's fairly limited at this point his career does he want to move he's not chasing a rain he's not chasing any accolades I don't really know if there's anything else to prove if you're Tom Brady I think we've seen Brady over the last couple years kind of turned more into a brain that leads off the feel with the whole TV T. twelve than the health and all that kind of stuff which he she he should be doing at this point is career thinking about what's next ram after football I think we're starting to see that I just this is Brady next year want to go to.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"A white woman after a night of rioting in New York central park. It depicts coerce confessions, overzealous law enforcement and race based prejudice use of Salaam and trauma Cray, Kevin Richardson. Corey wise, Raymond Santana recently recounted their experience with the lease to Marie to wa on CBS Sunday morning, and I'm hearing Corey being physically beaten. In the next role. A judge threw out the convictions in two thousand two relying on DNA evidence and a new confession from another man, but not until after the so-called central park five spent six to thirteen years in prison. Fairstein denies the confessions were coerced and said there were certainly more than enough evidence to support those convictions for the attacks on several other victims that night miss fairstein continues to miss the big picture points attorney, Barry Sheck helped start the innocence project, which represents defendants wrongfully convicted what is the lesson learned here. We have to change these interrogation techniques. Casseus too much coercive interrogation going on till this day there. Sign. Now a bestselling author has been dropped by publisher and is no longer serving on several boards. All since the premiere that Netflix miniseries painful story. Thank you very much. Michelle. Leaders of the southern Baptist convention are gathered in Alabama this week addressing the sex abuse crisis in their church. The nation's largest, Protestant denomination Maria via real is in Birmingham. Brooks Hansen and Kenny Stubblefield. We're just fifteen years old when the two best friends were sexually abused by their youth. Pastor forced me to sleep in the bed with him. And I woke up with the pants they mustered up the courage to report the assaults to their church pastor who was sure that he would handle the situation. Your pastor told you not to say.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"News charges against three Dallas police officers accused of recklessly causing the death of a thirty two year old man have been dropped. Now that was police sergeant Kevin man sale and officers Danny vast was industrial Dillard Rin died in two thousand seventeen in the death of Anthony Tempa. Now, the DA's office says a lengthy investigation into how Tampa died showed that the officers. In fact, didn't behave recklessly and the Tempus separate Hort attack following drug use Santa scuffle with police. Clayton Neville KLIF. New Dallas family is suing atmos- energy for one million dollars after they say they had to start over when their father David Lima's was injured. An explosion that happened in February of last year. Lima's family said they made several complaints about spelling deaths in the weeks prior to the explosion. And each time. Atmos- came out and said there was no problem. Twelve year old Michelle leader Rogers died in the explosion days later on espionage drive that led to the evacuation. More than three hundred homes in northwest Dallas around twenty eight hundred homes had their gas shut off as atmos- replaced steel coated Pike's with plastic gas lines the state house budget writing committee, Monday sent a tentative to you're spending plan to the full house when they gives nine billion dollars to schools, and it's like cost of living adjustment to state workers committee chairman John Zarrella said the budget responsibly funds items critical to all Texans like public education and continuing investment in mental health school, safety and sexual assault prevention, the Bill also includes a reduction of school property taxes will house begins debate on the two hundred and twenty billion dollar package next week. Former President George. W Bush is calling on congress to deliver comprehensive immigration reform in front of a crowd of nearly fifty new naturalized US citizens at the Bush institute in Dallas, former president praised the nation's immigrant history. Borders are not arbitrary and they need to be respected along with the fine men and women of the immigration services and the border patrol forty third. President of the United States said he's confident the US will soon have fair and just immigration. It is seven oh nine times per business update now from net worth.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"Welcome to the met favors show where the focus is on helping you grow and preserve your wealth join us as we discussed the craft of investing and uncover new in profitable ideas all to help you grow wealthier in weiser better investing starts here met favours the co founder and chief investment officer at cambria investment management industry regulations he will not discuss any of care funds on this podcast all opinions expressed by podcast participants are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinion of camry investment management or its affiliates for more information visit cambria investments dot com welcome podcast listeners today we have an awesome different kind of show for you but it might just be one of our most actionable episodes over our guest is an author reporter an sec filings expert she runs a business focuses on scouring the hundreds of thousands of pages that are filled the sec day in and day out sniffing out the actionable details that really mattered your portfolio she's all through the book financial fine print the founder of foot noted welcome michelle leader eight thanks so much show is a former new yorker i mean you've been in los angeles for how long now is gone on five ten years not quite it's five hunched my fiveyear already it was actually my anniversary is february terry that means officially in angelino now i referred to highways is thought to be in 405 well as someone who lives west of the 405 in and lives in any neighborhood nail a you start to learn about the challenges of getting around this this city but it so.

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"michelle leader" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"michelle leader" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We're back with nobel laureate muhammad yunus who was lena vote peaceprize his latest book is the world of threezero said the new economics of zero poverty zero unemployment and zero lead carbon emissions and we'll get to all of those in just a moment luke is published by public affairs to what extent to we identify something is a problem based on our place in the world or societies americans named the economy is the most pressing problem in two thousand nine and now they point to disatisfaction with government would have people in places like your home country bangladesh most concerned about are concerned were the politics he is one of the consent and also the climate change because we had in the frontline of the climate uh we'll woman flooding has been a problem finding is a problem and yet have fled the country so the global warming raises the level of the water goes right inside an displaces people for a from the ads which has serve going into the water because it's almost like a the sea level country and now the ruhengeri show it's a huge number of people coming from men mark because they are being thrown out in the minimum most horrible wave your palm home so long burned their killed here maimed and so on the on this as a move ethnic cleansing which is going on right in front of the whole world so this has become of big problem for us and another refugee issue surely have refugee issues all over the world the door at this one also involves another nobel laureate if indeed that's a travel blade this is the most painful part of it an overload yet causing he's supposed to uphold peace which he has been doing all of her life before she could kim lead michelle leader of myanmar now suddenly she took of data fontan she's a promoting atrocities and so nancy deny it says are now vis a i don't know why dillah living the country this is what you say do you think that sometimes being leader of a country and having to deal with the of the military and all the other institutions does distort people's view of the world that would be very unfortunate because you hold some principles whether is a.

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