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"mike dunn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"mike dunn" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

06:03 min | 9 months ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Penn Fed, insured by and see way. Always John Sullivan still in jail. John Sullivan is in jail at home now, so a judge has allowed him to return home, provided he stays within his home and has a bunch of other parameter credit to the prosecutors, the prosecutors said. We want him to Remain in jail. Is that correct? That is correct. Almost universally. Prosecutors were upset with the decision from this judge that allowed him to return to John Sullivan is currently not in prison, but he is awaiting His trial, and I guess he pled not guilty in his original indictment hearing. That's my guest. And so John Sullivan is not in jail where as many other people who participated were We don't know what that judge was thinking. But the prosecutors are pretty upset about that. However, there are many different actors and people involved as well as this guy that we talked about at the end of last hour by the name this is Alicia Po, who wrote this really? Fact, just a really well detailed article is really well done on DIT Is this guy here? Mike Dunn, who took credit for being involved that he had forces involved. Reveled in it. And so I love our listeners Hear the Charlie Kirk Show and Sic Semper tyrannis is what John Wilkes Booth yelled before. He shot Uhm Abraham Lincoln. And so thank you guys for reminding me of that. And I think that there was a Seinfeld episode about that at some point, but I could be totally wrong. Obviously not nearly as critical are important. Ls there a G? I think there was I think there was it was the guy that was stalking Elaine. Yeah, Yeah, that s so he did say that, okay, not nearly as important, but there's a lot of good history and Seinfeld that time's awesome television show s O this guy Mike done at the end of all of his communications signs, things saying, Sic semper tyrannis. Which I think is some form. I don't know what he means by that. But I think we know what he means by that, Which is that he's trying to say that he wants to see people in power no longer be living, which is a pretty disgusting, reprehensible, reprehensible thing. And he admits in his own social media posts that he goes to be alone protests. He goes to trump protest. He goes the gun protest, basically wherever there's a crowd. These guys go into it, and he said in his own parlor post, and he called Trump a tyrant's this guy, he said in his parlor, post quote. Any moment to use to throw middle finger to tyranny should be capitalized on yesterday when presented with that moment, undercover boys b o I s went toe work the hype up the people. Something that we thought, you know, might be happening that there was agitators there people screaming things. They're people that were saying things That otherwise wouldn't have been thought or said, but also in other people start to react to it. And there's a wonderful book. I kind of think of it came out in the 19 sixties was a psychological book, just observe, observing how people operate in crowds. It's phenomenal and actually and culture did a political book on this called demonic 10 years ago, and I'll get the right citations. If the names escape me, But basically, there's this. Really thoughtful psychological analysis that has been done that when you're in massive crowds, you actually can fall susceptible to doing things you never otherwise would have done in your own individual state, and so we'll get the right citations and stuff for that, anyway. So, he said, hype up the people working alongside of others. Last sons not being solely responsible for the events that took place. Ah, breach was made into the building, which is rightfully ours to walk in, as we please, because our taxes paid for it. Not the way that works. The video posted is peace from several of our boys who provided Overwatch along with direction. The video does not incriminate anyone of ours and was sent to us anonymously by the last sons of Boogaloo Boys. This is our footage. Mike Dunn. And so Mike Dunn eyes definitely putting himself out there, and he said that we won't bend fair game now. Feds drew first blood years ago on so he is going kind of on this continual narrative. And then he also posted on Twitter saying that he, he said, We were not Real Maga. We were infiltrators. That is what he responded to on Twitter. And so again, you kind of had this mess right of all sorts of different forces. Is that fair Isabel, different forces, different ideologies. Different reasons for being railroaded were just so many moving pieces, and I think ultimately it's going to take a lot of time to unpack what happened last Wednesday at the U. S Capitol. But Ainsley to answer your question. I think it's convenient for the media and certain political actors. Blanket coverage this as some form of white supremacy and white nationalism because it's scary, and it's effective to get people to be terrified of what happened last week and let me be clear what happened last week is not okay in any way, shape or form. We've been very clear about that for the last week and a half or so, but just to blatantly assume that all people were there to exercise some sort of motive that was driven by white supremacy or racial tension, I think is intellectually just not all there. There there. Some laziness to that argument exactly right, simply because there were so many groups president the captain. It's chaos. Right? It was. There were groups that definitely came with plans and we went through Pink Cat Lady last week. She she's still at large. Right. Isabel Pink Catwoman is still at large. We're still trying to find her. S o. I want to go to clip here Which, as we've added to this, I also you know what? Let's go to yet. Let's go to cut 13 1st. Okay, let's go to cut 13 and I wanna be very clear. We denounced what happened to the capital immediately. And yet the left was perfectly OK with this as it was happening. Remember this play cut 13..

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"mike dunn" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:51 min | 10 months ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on Pantheon

"Better than anything else Anything on the f. t. album minutes better than the duck dynasty album. So yeah actually got us labs. Just just regained a little bit of trust in corey taylor from that christmas song. I shouldn't because dog shit and this song culture head is so fucking ridiculous. And i will say that like despite the fact that i hate slipknot and i have never defended them like mike dunn. Put this like way way way higher up in the worst list for me. I guess again i. I think it reminded me of trapped that it was like toothless. And i'm not man even though he's trying to trigger me like i'm just extremely bored but it is very strange. I mean he has an out. He has a song here with tech nine. What does he do that. One fucking sucks. That was in the running. I honestly i should've sent you the list of three. Because i thought it was for sure this one because the lyrics but that technique one is fucking crazy bad and there's the single from the album is fucking terrible to the album is is post grunge mixed with glam metal black guys. Rock lack is blue. No glam beer van halen but rock. It's this very eighties worship but rock. Yeah i mean. I would rather not listen to any more. So why don't we just go ahead go a culture head with that. Sorry it's stupid. Aera go like you. I guess third man us. Blue haired harpies out here. Fucking sinking are sinking. Are clause burning burden corey taylor at the stake entirely relevant culture maker culture head. I'm sorry goes. Culture headmaster corey taylor. I'm just dying waiting in the wings to take down a pig fucking idiot. What an idiot other got us pegged our generation does love to bitch bitch bitch. Stay offended in your niche news. What we do we stay offended. Our niche niche niche. We're bringing everyone down. One star reviews. Say well what star reviews are outweighed by the fact that again we're gonna get one hundred thousand fucking downloads from this year and that means we beat green day so foot. Corey taylor this. This whole album is like it's it's really embarrassing. But it's interesting that him and beats slang both went to eighties route. I mean why not. Let's go to another solis. Era of self-indulgence zero self reflection and just like reckless consumption. Why not but with none of the charm and none of the coke to make you think that it's charming. It's just it just sucks. It's got the the energy of a guy who just like obsessively pores over every issue of guitar world and learns all the tabs and like loves velvet revolver dave navarro scott weiland like it was scott weiland and guns and roses guns roses with scott weiland instead of instead of axl rose but for some reason instead of sending guns and roses..

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"mike dunn" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on Pantheon

"I don't know yeah. Morris feel like i don't think his music is that notably bad. I just think people really love writing terrible reviews about him because he's such shit person. The album was ho-hum. I thought and i didn't really feel like i didn't feel like talking about morrissey that much. Either that's fine that's fine. Well i think that you all all you precious loyal stop will. I don't wanna be satisfied because this won't leave you with any closure in any way but you know. I think i think the selections that mike dunn made are are quite on point. And i'm sorry for your brain. I'm really sorry for your brain year. You do this and every year. i'm glad i don't have to so banks. It's fine. I'll just have to listen to some more blood brothers throwing crimes for five thousand time in my life. There are worse things i suppose. Okay so what did you say. Should we get into this fucking nightmare. Okay so number. Ten the tenth worst. They're not even good at being bad. Raps has a album that they came out with that sold approximately six hundred copies to the argument. The highest selling artist on pandora. They've sold more albums on pandora than anyone else that is what does that mean pandora. Does it sell. i hope. uh-huh also shout to dora because still are fucking afro man like christmas. Episode is still somehow wildly popular. Have no idea what middle aged moms are out there like rocking out to us talking about lick my balls but whatever particular type of person that just loves our ephron episode and loves traps and just love straight out of the so They came out with an album shadow. Work and this song is called. Tell me how you really feel. So let's give it a listen visible listens to be motion. These secret through is.

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"mike dunn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Man. Just about made it through this, Uh, five minutes and we're gonna be into the noon o'clock man. Third, our climate radio. Our number four gonna be way better than this hour. Greg joins us on the program. Hi, Greg. Yeah, a path. This is Greg. Mark. How you doing? Good, great. Good. Good. And Danny, were you in business with Mike? Mike Dunn. You have done well? Yeah. Mike, Mike, my brother in law. He married my baby sister and we were best friends. Good. Yeah, well, you know, you should find the mine. Yeah. Yes. Oh, yeah. Good, great guy men into an organization you he works for, But But, hey, I'm calling, you know you guys mentioned. Oh, well, you mentioned Christmas pound of any human being being being visually impaired, So it kind of clicked in and I'm totally blind, but But, pal I I. How many people would you say? Come to your stores for those trains? I 30 40 30 40% of the people that visit your stores during Christmas. Come from those pranks like that. Well, we Yeah, our passengers last year was right around 35 36,000 people. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Okay. What about those trains of those model train inside? That's a that's a big draw. You know, It's kind of interesting, Greg because moved us here. We moved it. We're moving it because we're trying to do is make things we can for safety. And there's such a crowd of people between the miniature train right by Central station where they get on the real train going to the North Pole that we moved it. About 75 ft away just to try to spread out the crowd. So the my God, my train? Yeah. Did you ride the Did you ride the Sullivan Express last year? Um, you know, I did not, but but I got I got to get to get on there with my grandkids. Do tell you what? Yeah, Yeah, that's the play. Call me Sammy. Greg, I'll hook you up. Seriously. I know a guy I know a guy know about. You know, I'm gonna call you. All right. I know I would do that. Okay. Now I have a question. So way recently. We recently moved. And we have much to my wife's happiness. We have this. Why now? 1948 Perfect condition train which were much smaller place and I think that train would look really good at solving time. So here's the deal. I'm working on it. But for the blind for the blind, I'll give a cue for 800. All right. That sounds I am. I am in on that. And you know what? We only have five seconds left. Say goodbye to you. You're you. Ah, you did good. We're coming right back. 93 w A B. C a. Denny Smith. Sundown Gardens. Fall sale is here We were there a couple weeks way weeks ago for the fall festival it is continuing on and there's a sale on all prison shrubs, including the balled and burlap evergreens. Bring sundown gardens fall. So you're going to say 20% on all those trees and shrubs, so save now plant during the milder weather, you know, come spring, they'll be ready to grow when the sun hits. Um sundown gardens has ornamental grasses,.

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"mike dunn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The home of the Bolts welcome back to the Daily Dive weekend edition. Finally, for this week, you might have heard about the Boogaloo Boys, a group of Hawaiian shirt wearing anti government insurgents there, hoping for a second civil war and often organizing gun toting militias. Nice news father, Mike Dunn, a 19 year old man organizing against gun control and saw how he rose into the boogaloo movement. The movement evolved from an obscure Internet mean to national security concern in the span of just a few months. More on the boogaloo movement will speak to Tess. Oh, in senior reporter Advice news. I would have an insurgent antigovernment movement that as you say it pulled in an array of ideologies from hard on libertarians undergone extremists on some white promises. That pretty new. It's more of a kind of a movement rather than a structured group on DH. Move you ahead. Is it sort of that kind of mean to refer to a bond uprising or a second civil war? The only French talk to the Internet? And then about six months ago, it kind of had started growing into this movement, primarily on Facebook on DH. I think the first time that anyone had even heard of a baby boy was Interestingly rally in Virginia in January, a big gun rights rally, and most of them were kind of regular gun owners, a militia types, and there was one group there who had patches on their jackets, saying Boo to your voice. And logos that we now associate with the movement. Now those were kind of like a first fighting movie boys in the wild, I guess, but at that time, I think a lot of extremism experts really heard of them. They weren't on the radar. And then, as you said, I think they resorted to kind of come out moving from the engine into the real world. First, it was in response to lock down cave in 19, and so they started showing off these anti lock down protest with Dan. Or they were showing up, for example, to quote defend businesses that doesn't stay open and defiance of lock down orders offered stores in Minneapolis Band The Boogaloo Micaela last onto the Black Lives matter. Protests. And he started showing up. You know, in that Hawaiian shirts with guns and people didn't really know what to make of them. They couldn't tell whether they were there to protest against has not, And I don't think it was fairly clear. Some groups I think have seen themselves or the position themselves as allies whether or not So without or believe it and then others, it seems like more there to just exploit the unrest to advance their own vile agendas, which in some cases was they wanted violent standoff with police or helped prompt one side the other into shooting. It's interesting, really, to try to pin them down, and it's very difficult as we were saying the ideologies are all over the place to main themes that I have picked up on our opposition to gun laws and also this kind of notion of anti police or anti government action or overreach. And in that case, that's why some of them tacked on to some of the George Floyd protest because it was against police brutality, So it's tough to pin them down on the ideology and we'll get to that a little bit more in a minute, but You profiled Mike done. He went to the military. He got involved with some of these groups and he started organizing militia groups. And then he full on there was this kind of evolution that you noticed in him. After talking to him over the course of a few months or so. And he finally admitted. Yeah, I am a boola boy, and he kind of rose into this movement here. Tell us about him and how it happened. Back in February, I was working a story about political polarization on Paris gun dealer in Virginia and how that was galvanizing militia activity across the state on DH, some militia event to be in the South West Virginia where the uptick in the militia activity or appeal, organizing counting militias was really happening, and it was in part, I think, because of this black Because of the polarization like a spiritual risk of that happening in Northern Virginia, which is increasingly wealthy liberal in the Southwest, which is poor, more conservative and more rural. And anyway, a few weeks after I got back, I have a 19 US world turned upside down for a table the story on people unsure if it would ever be relevant. And you know, a post or during the 19 world. And then a few months later, talking with one of my main characters through this 19 year old Mike done, Teo I'd interviewed in February. And he had gone from being been right back to this on organizing these local militias to being loud and proud of in this movement. I've been writing about the beauty of movement, and they knew that the movement had pulled in tens of thousands of people online network. It was quite strange, a face on it, and I don't understand what have joined him in and we'll see what some of the nuances were between his identity as like a militia guy, which many people still quite extreme. And as a booby a boy. And for Mike, How would he define his ideology in this? What draws him to the boogaloo movement and makes him want to where the Hawaiian shirt carry the gun. Go to these events where the militias are gathering like, what is it for him? Well, I think that you know, he said he was a Marine, and he was medically discharged. You don't know you know, heart condition on the day he learned a lot about gun on DH, you know, before I was born, and she sort of being interested in the politics of firearms and done right And then shortly offer he got out of the Marines. He's part of this group called the Victim tonight, which is a local militia group. But I think one of the things that was important for me to remember was that even back in February It was kind of a generational divide happening between Mike and his young and some of the kind of like older, traditional maleta tight and you know, it was pretty clear that 2nd February Mike Guns pitch envisioned for militia. Was actually robbing some people the wrong way on some of the older generation I spoke to, basically their vision was something more along the lines of like a glorified Boy Scout unit. Who could you know they could organize against any gun? Those they seemed unfair. But if someone needed that roof Parks during a flood making help, But Mike's vision with a lot more paramilitary. Even then, and.

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"mike dunn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Edition. Finally, for this week, you might have heard about the Boogaloo boys. A group of Hawaiian shirt wearing anti government insurgents there, hoping for a second civil war and often organizing gun toting militias. Vice news father, Mike Dunn, a 19 year old man organizing against gun control and saw how he rose into the boogaloo movement. The movement evolved from an obscure Internet mean to national security concern in the span of just a few months. More on the boogaloo movement will speak to Tess. Oh, in senior reporter Advice News, I was was an insurgent antigovernment movement that as you say it pulled in an array of ideologies from Harbor libertarians. Undercover extremists on sunlight promises that pretty new, It's more of a kind of a movement rather than a structured group. And move you beheaded sort of kind of a mean to refer to a bunch of uprising or a second civil war on the only kind of fringe part of the Internet. And then about six months ago, it kind of had started growing into this movement, primarily on Facebook on DH. I think the first time that anyone had even heard of a baby boy was Interestingly rally in Virginia in January, a big gun rights rally, and most of them were kind of regular gun owner a militia types and there was one group there who had patches on their jackets saying, Boob you boys. And logos that we now associate with movement. Now, those were kind of like a first fighting moving boys in the wild, I guess, but at that time, I think a lot of extremism experts really heard of them. They weren't on the radar. And then, as you said, I think they really had to kind of come out moving from the Internet into the real world. First, it was in response to lock down taking 19. And so they started showing up at these anti lock down protest with Dan or they were showing up, for example, to quote defend businesses that doesn't stay open in defiance of lock down orders. Offered sorts towards death in Minneapolis Band The Boogaloo movement last onto the black lives matter. Protests on God showing up, you know, in a Hawaiian shirts with guns, and people didn't really know what to make of them. They couldn't tell whether they were there to protest against has not, And I don't think it was also a fairly clear some groups I think have seen themselves or the position themselves as allies. Whether or not how far you gonna go without, or believe it and then others, it seems like more there to just exploit the unrest to advance their own vile agendas, which in some cases was they wanted violent standoff with police or hoped prompt one side the other into shooting. It's interesting, really, to try to pin them down, and it's very difficult as we were saying the ideologies are all over the place to main themes that I have picked up on our opposition to gun laws and also this kind of notion of anti police or anti government action or overreach. And in that case, that's why some of them tacked on to some of the George Floyd protest because it was against police brutality, So it's tough to pin them down on the ideology and we'll get to that a little bit more in a minute, but You profiled Mike done. He went to the military. He got involved with some of these groups and he started organizing militia groups. And then he full on there was this kind of evolution that you noticed in him after talking to him over the course of a few months or so. And he finally admitted. Yeah, I am a boola boy, and he kind of rose into this movement here. Tell us about him and how it happened. Back in February, I was working. A story about political polarization on Paris done was in Virginia and how that was galvanizing militia activity across the state on DH from militia event to be in the South West Virginia where the uptick in the militia activity or appeal, organizing counting militias was really happening, and It was in part, I think because of this black because of the polarization. I'm like a spirit to risk that happening in Northern Virginia, which is increasingly wealthy liberal on the Southwest, which is poor or more conservative and more rural. And anyway, a few weeks after I got back to the 19 US world seemed kind of down and a table. The story. People can sure if it would ever be relevant and you know, a post or during the toga 19 world. And then a few months later, I was one of my main characters resist 19 year old Mike Dunn. Teo I'd interviewed in February on DH. He had gone from being been right back to their on organizing these local militias to being loud and proud of in the movement. I had been writing about the beauty of movement. And I knew that the movement had pulled in tens of thousands of people online network. It was quite strange, a face on it, and I don't understand what have joined him in and also what some of the nuances were between his identity, as like a militia guy, which many people still quite extreme. And the Buddha boy. And for Mike, How would he define his ideology in this? What draws him to the boogaloo movement and makes him want to where the Hawaiian shirt carry the gun. Go to these events where the militias are gathering like, what is it for him? Well, I think that you know, he said he was a Marine, and he was medically discharged. You don't you know a heart condition on the day he learned a lot about gun on DH. You know, before I was a Marine, she sort of being interested in the politics of firearms and done right. And then shortly offer he got out of the Marines. He's part of this group called the Victim tonight, which is a local militia group. But I think one of the things that was important for me to remember was that even back in February There was kind of a generational divide happening between Mike and his young and some of the kind of like older, traditional maleta tight and you know, it was pretty clear that In February. Mike Dunn pitch envisioned for militia was actually robbing some people the wrong way on some of the older generation I spoke to, basically their vision was something more along the lines of a glorified Boy Scout unit. You could you know they could organize against any gun those they seemed unfair. But if someone needed that roof tar during a flood may help, But Mike's vision with a lot more paramilitary, even then,.

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"mike dunn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You might have heard about the Boogaloo Boys, a group of Hawaiian shirt wearing anti government insurgents. They're hoping for a second civil war and often organizing gun toting militias. Vice news father, Mike Dunn, a 19 year old man organizing against gun control and saw how he rose into the boogaloo movement. The movement evolved from an obscure Internet mean to national security concern in the span of just a few months. More on the boogaloo movement will speak to Tess. Oh, in senior reporter Advice news. I was an insurgent antigovernment movement that, as you say, pulled in an array of ideologies from harder libertarians and undercover extremists on some white promises that pretty new, it's more of a kind of a movement rather than a structured group on DH. Rubio After headed. It's sort of that kind of mean to refer to him by an uprising or a second civil war on the only kind of friends part of the Internet. And then about six months ago, it kind of had started growing into this movement on early on Facebook on DH. I think the first time that anyone had even heard of a baby boy. Was interestingly rally in Virginia in January, a big gun rights rally, and most of them were kind of regular gun owner a militia types and there was one group there. Who had patches on their jackets. Things move you boys on logos that we now associate with movement. Now those were kind of like a first sighting of boys in the wild, I guess, but at that time, I think a lot of extremism experts really heard of them. They weren't on the radar. Bandannas, You said. I think they really had to kind of come out moving from the engine into the real world. First, it was in response to look down, taking 19. And so they started showing off these anti lock down part us with done or they were showing up, for example, to quote defend businesses that doesn't stay open in defiance of law and order. Offered sort. Ford's death in Minneapolis Band of Movement last onto the black lives matter Protests Andi started showing up. You know, in that Hawaiian shirts with guns, and people didn't really know what to make of them. They couldn't tell whether there was there to protest against. That was not so I don't see. It was also a fairly clear some groups that have seen themselves or the position themselves as allies. Whether or not how far you gonna go without, or believe it And in others, it seems like more there to just exploit the unrest to advance their own vile agendas, which in some cases was they wanted violent standoff the police or helped prompt one side the other into shooting. It's interesting, really, to try to pin them down, and it's very difficult as we were saying the ideologies are all over the place to main themes that I have picked up on our opposition to gun laws and also this kind of notion of anti police or anti government action or overreach. And in that case, that's why some of them tacked on to some of the George Floyd protest because it was against police brutality, So it's tough to pin them down on the ideology and we'll get to that a little bit more in a minute, but You profiled Mike done. He went to the military. He got involved with some of these groups and he started organizing militia groups. And then he full on there was this kind of evolution that you noticed in him after talking to him over the course of a few months or so. And he finally admitted. Yeah, I am a boola boy, and he kind of rose into this movement here. Tell us about him and how it happened. Back in February, I was working a story about political polarization on Paris gun dealer in Virginia and how that was galvanizing militia activity across the state on DH militia event in the southwest Virginia, where the uptick in the militia activity or appeal, organizing counting militias was really happening, and it was in part, I think, because of this black Because the polarization I'm like a spirit risk of it happening in Northern Virginia, which is increasingly wealthy liberal on the Southwest, which is poor, conservative and more moral and anywhere for a few weeks after I got back to the 19 US world seemed kind of down on the table, the story on the people then sure if it would ever be relevant. You know, a post or during the Cocotte 19 world later talking with one of my main characters of the 19 year old Mark done, Teo I'd interviewed in February on DH. He had gone from being been right back to this on organizing these local militias to being loud and proud of in the movement. I had been writing about the beauty of movement. And I knew that the movement had pulled in tens of thousands of people online network. It was quite strange to put a face on it, and I want to understand what have joined him in and also what some of the nuances were between his identity, as like a militia guy, which many people still quite extreme. And a boot boy. And for Mike, How would he define his ideology in this? What draws him to the boogaloo movement and makes him want to where the Hawaiian shirt carried the gun. Go to these events where the militias are gathering like, what is it for him? Well, I think that you know, you said he was a marine, and he was medically discharged. You don't you know a heart condition on the day He learned a lot about guns on you know, before I was a Marine, he sort of being interested in the politics of firearms and done right. And then shortly offer he got out of the Marines. He's part of this group called the Victim tonight, which is a local militia group. But I think one of the things that was important for me to remember was that even back in February There was kind of a generational divide happening between Mike who his young and some of the kind of life older, traditional maleta type, and you know, it was pretty clear that back in February, Mike Guns pitch envisioned for militia was actually robbing some people the wrong way. And some of the older generation I spoke to..

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"mike dunn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Home of the Bolts welcome back to the Daily Dive weekend edition. Finally, for this week, you might have heard about the Boogaloo Boys, a group of Hawaiian shirt wearing anti government insurgents there, hoping for a second civil war and often organizing gun toting militias. Vice news father, Mike Dunn, a 19 year old man organizing against gun control and saw how he rose into the boogaloo movement. The movement evolved from an obscure Internet mean to national security concern in the span of just a few months. More on the boogaloo movement will speak to Tess. Oh, in senior reporter. Advice news. I would have an insurgent antigovernment movement that as you say it pulled in an array of ideologies from Harvard libertarians, undercover extremists on some white supremacist. That pretty new. It's more of a kind of a movement rather than a structured group on DH move you as head of this kind of mean to refer to a bon uprising or a second civil war on because the only French talk to the Internet And then about six months ago, it kind of had started growing into this movement, primarily on Facebook on DH. I think the first time that anyone had ever heard of a baby boy Interestingly rally in Virginia in January, a big gun rights rally, and most of them were kind of regular gun owners, a militia types, and there was one group there who had patches on their jackets, saying Boobies voice And logos that we now associate with movement. Now, those were kind of like a first fighting movie boys in the wild, I guess, but at that time, I think a lot of extreme is an expert on even really heard of them. They weren't on the radar. And then, as you said, I think they resorted to kind of come out moving from the Internet into the real world. First, it was in response to lock down taken 19. And so they started showing up at these anti lock down protest with Dunn. Or they were showing up, for example, to quote defend businesses that doesn't stay open and defiance of lock down orders off stores in Minneapolis band The Boogaloo movement last onto the Black lives matter. Protests. And he started showing up. You know, in that Hawaiian shirts with guns and people didn't really know what to make of them. They couldn't tell whether they were there to protest against has not so that I don't think it was also a fairly clear some groups I think have seen themselves out of position themselves as allies, whether or not how are you going? So without or believe it and then others, it seems like more there to just exploit the unrest to advance their own vile agendas, which in some cases was they wanted violent standoff with police or helped prompt one side the other into shooting. It's interesting, really, to try to pin them down, and it's very difficult as we were saying the ideologies are all over the place to main themes that I have picked up on our opposition to gun laws and also this kind of notion of anti police or anti government action or overreach. And in that case, that's why some of them tacked on to some of the George Floyd protest because it was against police brutality, So it's tough to pin them down on the ideology and we'll get to that a little bit more in a minute, but You profiled Mike done. He went to the military. He got involved with some of these groups and he started organizing militia groups. And then he full on there was this kind of evolution that you noticed in him. After talking to him over the course of a few months or so. And he finally admitted. Yeah, I am a boola boy, and he kind of rose into this movement here. Tell us about him and how it happened. Back in February, I was working a story about political polarization on Paris gun laws in Virginia and how that was galvanizing militia activity across the state on DH from militia events in the South West Virginia where the uptick in the militia activity or appeal, organizing counting militias was really happening, and it was in part, I think, because of this black Because the polarization I'm like a spirit risk of that happening in Northern Virginia, which is increasingly wealthy liberal on the Southwest, which is poor, more conservative and more rural. And anyway, a few weeks after I got back, I have a 19 us. The world has turned upside down for a table the story on people unsure if it would ever be relevant. And you know, a post or during the 19 world. And then later on, it was one of my main characters through this 19 year old back done, Teo. I'd interviewed in February on DH. He had gone from being been right back to this on organizing these local militias to being loud and proud of in this movement. I've been writing about the beauty of movement. And I knew that the movement had pulled in tens of thousands of people online network, but it was quite strange a face on it, and I don't understand what have joined him in and we'll see what some of the nuances were between his identity as like a militia guy, which many people still quite extreme. And as a Buddha boy. And for Mike, How would he define his ideology in this? What draws him to the boogaloo movement and makes him want to where the Hawaiian shirt carry the gun. Go to these events where the militias are gathering like, what is it for him? Well, I think that you know, he said he was a Marine, and he was medically discharged. You don't you know a heart condition on that He learned a lot about gun on DH. You know, before I was a Marine, he's not being interested in the politics of firearms and done right. And then shortly offer he got out of the Marines. He's part of this group called the Victim tonight, which is a local militia group. But I think one of the things that was important for me to remember was even back in February. It was kind of a generational divide happening between Mike who his young and some of that kind of like older, traditional militia type, and, you know, it was pretty clear that In February, Mike Guns pitch envisioned for militia was actually robbing some people the wrong way on some of the older generation I spoke to, basically their vision was something more along the lines of like a glorified Boy Scout unit. You could you know they could organize against any gondolas. They seemed unfair. But if someone needed that roof tar during a flood making help, But Mike's vision with a lot more paramilitary Even then, and then..

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"mike dunn" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on KTOK

"And so, for my sake said that that was really the big turning point for him to about here. A lot angrier on DH like the length death also gave a kind of a shape and a face and a name, too. These grievances that were already just like driving this nascent movement, and it's interesting that you say that or limp and what happened there. He was killed by police at a no knock warrant. And I know that some people in the boogaloo movement have even attached themselves to the Briana Taylor movement. Getting those officers arrested and accounted for because she was killed after the cops went through a no knock warrant. So this kind of division of race and all that stuff is it gets very murky with his group. They're attaching themselves to specific incidences in finding common Found in that at least, But overall, it seems like the boogaloo boys, they find themselves as these younger, more action oriented generation of militiamen, even in talking to Mike Dunn, you know he talks about, well, we're the guys that are willing to go out there and actively defend something. You know we're going to use the guns if we need to. That's why they go out there and display themselves with them as you mentioned kind of paramilitary, and he has that background, any trains others as well, So they're looking for something toe actively star Art and, you know, sometimes they talk about the movement and looking for a second civil war. But this is something they're actively seeking. It seems like Someone like Mike. He's kind of I mean, he was so young and already done, it goes back and forth between being like he's careful little words. But they'll say something what you think I owe that sounds quite radical. Or also, you know, I don't care about the liberal extremist or they got you working on a watch list, said he told me that the FBI In the month of February and then right on their own in July, so I think it's hard to know this is the same with a lot of these movements, right? Be like traditional military movements of the boogaloo boys or Is how many of them are actually serious, or you know how much of it playing dress up? And how much of it is actually that, you know, they do actually want violence? And I think that's one of the most confusing thing. The founders movement is so big sprawling. There's so many guns. And this violent ideology of underpinning it, And you just don't really know the difference between you know who's a real and who's playing test. Oh, in senior reporter advice news. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you so much, Probably. That's.

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KTOK

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on KTOK

"There, hoping for a second civil war and often organizing gun toting militias. Vice news father, Mike Dunn, a 19 year old man organizing against gun control and saw how he rose into the boogaloo movement. The movement evolved from an obscure Internet mean to national security concern in the span of just a few months. More on the boogaloo movement will speak to Tess. Oh, in senior reporter Advice news. I would have an insurgent antigovernment movement that as you say it pulled in an array of ideologies from Harbor libertarians. Undercover extremists on some white promises that pretty new, it's more of a kind of a movement rather than a structured group. On DH Rubio, after headed out of this kind of a mean to refer to a bon uprising or a second civil war on drugs only kind of fringe talk to the Internet. And then about six months ago, it kind of had started growing into this movement, primarily on Facebook on DH. I think the first time that anyone had even heard of a booby boy was Interestingly rally in Virginia in January, a big gun rights rally, and most of them were kind of regular gun owners on militia types. And there was one group there who had patches on their jackets saying Move you boys. And logos that we now associate with movement. Now to those we're kind of like a first fighting moving boys in the wild, I guess, but at that time, I think a lot of extreme is an expert on even really heard of them. They weren't on the radar. Bandannas. You said. I think they resorted to kind of come out moving from the Internet into the real world. First, it was in response to lock down 7 19. And so they started showing off these anti lock down part us with done or they were showing up, for example, to quote defend businesses that doesn't stay open in defiance of law and order. After a short Ford's death in Minneapolis Bandit Boogaloo movement last onto the Black lives matter protests on because I was showing up, you know, in a Hawaiian shirts with guns, and people didn't really know what to make of them. They couldn't tell whether they were there to protest against that I was not there, and I don't think it was also a fairly clear some groups I think have seen themselves or the position themselves as allies. Whether or not how far you gonna go without, or believe it and then others, it seems like more there to just exploit the unrest to advance their own vile agendas, which in some cases was they wanted violent standoff with police or helped prompt one side the other into shooting. It's interesting, really, to try to pin them down, and it's very difficult as we were saying the ideologies are all over the place to main themes that I have picked up on our opposition to gun laws and also this kind of notion of anti police or anti government action or overreach. And in that case, that's why some of them tacked on to some of the George Floyd protests because it was against police brutality, So it's tough to pin them down on the ideology and we'll get to that a little bit more in a minute, but You profiled Mike done. He went to the military. He got involved with some of these groups and he started organizing militia groups. And then he full on there was this kind of evolution that you noticed in him after talking to him over the course of a few months or so. And he finally admitted. Yeah, I am a boola boy, and he kind of rose into this movement here. Tell us about him and how it happened. Back in February, I was working a story about political polarization on Paris gun laws in Virginia and how that was galvanizing militia activity across the state on DH from militia event in the southwest Virginia, where the uptick in the militia activity or appeal, organizing county militias was really happening, and it was in part, I think, because of this black Because of the polarization. I'm like a spirit to risk that happening in Northern Virginia, which is increasingly wealthy liberal on the Southwest, which is poor or more conservative and more rural. And anyway, a few weeks after I got back, I have a 19 us. The world has turned upside down and table the story on the people, then sure if it would ever be relevant. And you know, a post or during the Tok'ra 19 world. Few months later, kind of talking with one of my main characters Resist 19 year old Mike done, Teo. I'd interviewed in February on DH. He had gone from being been right back to this on organizing these local militias to being loud and proud of in the movement. I had been writing about the booty and movement. And I knew that the movement had pulled in tens of thousands of people online network. It was quite strange, a face on it, and I don't understand what adorn him in and also what then some of the nuances were between his identity as like a militia guy, which many people still quite extreme. And as a boot boy. And for Mike, How would he define his ideology in this? What draws him to the boogaloo movement and makes him want to where the Hawaiian shirt carry the gun. Go to these events where the militias are gathering like, what is it for him? Well, I think that you know, he said he was a Marine, and he was medically discharged. You don't you know a heart condition on the day he learned a lot about gun on DH. You know, before I was a Marine, he sort of being interested in the politics of firearms and done right. And and Shorty offer. He got out of the Marines. He's part of this group called the Victim tonight, which is a local militia group. But I think one of the things that was important for me to remember was that even back in February It was kind of a generational divide happening between Mike and his young and some of the kind of like older, traditional maleta type. And you know, it was pretty clear that Come February might done pitch envisioned for militia was actually robbing some people the wrong way on some of the older generation I spoke to, basically their vision was something more along the lines of like a glorified Boy Scout unit. You could you know they could organize against any gondolas. They seemed unfair. But if someone needed that roof part during a flood making help, But Mike's vision with a lot more paramilitary, even then, and then What might said the turning point for hands. And that thing is kind of a personalizing moment for the movement in general, which is in March, the death of 21 year old Duncan limp. Who was killed by Maryland police and no not grade on blimp was known in anti government circles online and he police. We're executing the warrant off. They got a tip that he possessed a legal deduction of weapons. And my commute Duncan Lens They were friends on Facebook on DH lamp has kind of become a martyr. But movement in general, like the movie Boys make pick talks which just pictures of land. On DH. They you know, Facebook pages like that a case of the hand they have that they want to speak out Violence against police officers to avenge death..

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"mike dunn" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Might said the turning point for hand. And that thing is kind of a crystallizing moment for the movement in general, which is in March, the death of 21 year old Duncan limp. Who was killed by Maryland police and no not grade and limp was known in anti government circles online and the police were executing the warrant. They got a tip that he possessed illegal possession of weapons on DH. My commute sunken lands they were friends on Facebook on DH lamp has kind of become a martyr. But movement in general, like the movie, Boys make pick talks just pictures of lamp. On DH. They you know, Facebook pages like dedicated their hand. They have that They want to kick out violence against police officers to avenge death and so from Mike said that that was really the big turning point for him too about. He felt a lot angrier on DH. Like the length death also gave a kind of a shape and a face and a name to these grievances that were already just like driving this nascent movement. And it's interesting that you say that or limp and what happened there. He was killed by police at a no knock warrant. And I know that some people in the boogaloo movement have even attached themselves to the Briana Taylor movement. Getting those officers arrested and accounted for because she was killed after the cops went through a no knock warrant. So this kind of division of race and all that stuff is it gets very murky with his group. They're attaching themselves to specific incidences and finding common ground in that at least But overall, it seems like the boogaloo boys, they find themselves as thes younger, more action oriented generation of militiamen, even in talking to Mike Dunn, you know he talks about, well, we're the guys that are willing to go out there and actively defend something. You know we're going to use the guns if we need to. That's why they go out there and display themselves with them. As you mentioned kind of paramilitary, and he has that background. He trains others as well. So They're looking for something toe actively start and knows Sometimes they talk about the movement and looking for a second civil war. But this is something they're actively seeking. It seems like Someone like Mike. He's kind of When he wasn't so young, but nobody's done. It goes back and forth between being like we like Erica little words, but I'll say something which I think I owe that sound quite radical. Or also, you know, I don't care about the settlement streaming store not far from the Bush said he told me that the FBI Had visited in the month of February and then write a better one in July. So I think it's hard to know on did the same with a lot of these movements, right? Be like just traditional military movements of the Boogaloo boys or is how many of them are she's serious or you know how much of it as playing dress up. And how much of it is actually that, you know, they do actually want violence? And I think that's one of the most confusing thing they found. This movement is so big sprawling. There's so many guns. And the violent ideology out of underpinning it And you just don't really know the difference between you know who's for real and who's playing. Tess. Oh, in senior Reporter. Advice News. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you so much problem.

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"mike dunn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Billions in San Antonio. Texas. Night, Number 55. Shut out. The Braves continues this KNBR classy. Lincecum's 14 strikeout masterpiece in 2010 and L D S K N B R 1045 and six Sports leader sponsored by Dignity Health, the official healthcare provider of the San Francisco Giants. We're back here in San Francisco for the bottom of the eighth inning. Coors Light, great grab of the game. It was a grab and a tag and a safe call The benefit of the Giants Buster Posey stolen base to set up the only run So far, he was taken off on a 32 pitch. Batgirl swung and missed the tag. Well, hey, looked out, but he was called safe and we're gonna make that cores like great grab the game presented by Coors Light, the world's most Refreshing beer. It's the 234 spots of the Giants order trying to add to a lead a new pitcher for the Braves. The righthander Peter Moylan, in front of a crowd of 43,936 game won the Giants three outs away, but their lead is just 11 Nothing as Freddy Sanchez stands in, Peter Moylan, Lii, hard throwing right, andr. Is that the belt and the pitch to Sanchez is a called strike You may not be is part of a thrower is Venter's, but he does throw from different angles. Any. It makes it tough to hit. Here's the deal, one on a big bouncing ball to Derek Lee. At first he backs up. He will underhanded turmoil and covering in Sanchez's retired That's what you're going to see Peter Boyle a lot of ground balls, and he's got one of best seekers of the game. It will go higher these low nineties with the sink, heart slaughter. It's a strikeout pitch change up. Bobby Cox is coming out. And we're going to get a new picture. So Moylan Hands the ball to Bobby Cox when it's time for a change. Thanks, Speedy oil change in tune up here. Oil changed tune up in smog experts Milon faces just Freddy Sanchez. And Mike Dunn is the next left hander for Bobby Cox. Nobody is that brave pulpit doesn't come at you with good stuff. Done. No exception. He goes a bit nineties with pretty straight fastball. A good, hard slider. Mike Dunn of the year is two and a 1.8 90 are a 25 games 1918 50. It's allowed 17 walks this 27 strikeouts, so When he finds the strike zone, the guises nasties integrated on staff. However, he will get a wild hair up his nose heaviness by the Almost one walk reveal any was 17 walks in 19 innings. It'll be Aubrey Huff. The face done. Bobby Cox now has another right hander up in the bullpen. So who knows? This could be a one hitter, and then we'll see a right hander for Buster Posey. Yeah, I would think that would be likely. It is Craig Kimbrel, who was up earlier. He's the dynamic card throwing right Andr rookie Brave, sometimes described Kimbrel is a mirror image of Billy Wagner Wagner from the right side with great step in a smaller kind of package, although he's pretty well built, but that's for Posey. Right now. It's done against, huh? The Giants still leading one to nothing. So Dunn is in B is 26th appearance. Again with pitching changes. The umpires will let everybody know way could start. And now stands in Aubrey Huff. Is over two with a walk. It is done, and the pitch enough takes a strike at the knees and its own one first pitch Slider bang 86 miles an hour strike. Buster Posey to follow. And the pitch to Huff and Puff takes Breaking ball low and away on the appeal, No swing. And the count is even at one ball in one strike. Mike mentioned 43,936. Great crowd. 11 type toe. Aubrey Huff, two balls, one strike. And the electricity receipt. All aboutthe September and October has carried right into tonight. The fans here have had a ball there just Great place to play pitch to Huff, Huff swings and misses. It looked like you got a bit of a hanger, and he may have gotten a piece of it held on by McCann. It's two and two more pitches, force ladders. One, nothing Giants. It's been that way since the fourth inning off waiting on done Braves lefty throws and it's a shot up the middle aboard with a base hit with one out here in the eighth inning. Here goes Bobby Cox. So Dunn will not face. Buster Posey. When it's time for a change. Thanks, Speedy oil change in tune up your oil. James tune up that smog experts. Instead, it will be any fantastic. Young right hander Craig Kimbrel was drafted in 2008 in the third round. So the same draft that Giants selected Buster Posey in that obviously, a draft that has changed this giant's franchise. Well, Braves field the same way, although maybe not as impactful they love Kimbrel anything he's got closer potential, and he really helped this team down the stretch. Kim role has been almost untouchable over the last month or so 21 appearance is a 210.44 E. R A and just under 21 innings, he's given up nine hits and struck out 40. Those are just amazing numbers. You guys may have mentioned it. It was so loud in here without my headset on him. I could not hear a thing. But I think it is also notable as the Braves bring another pitcher in the bullpen. Temporal face Posey chains. Bullpen is very quiet. There's nobody down there so It looks like Tim Lincecum unless something really changes. Looks like Lincecum is gonna come out for the night. He has pitched eight scoreless. He has struck out 12 He's thrown 105 pitches. And the Giants may be leaning on their ace for the ninth inning to try to finish what he started. Kimbrel the right andr gets loose, He'll face Posey with buffet first and one away. Kimbrough's a hard thrower. Not a big guy. Being 5 11 about £210 built like a outside linebackers. You talked about his strikeout totals. And anyway, he gets use a fastball. It'll go bid to hide night He's had a hard slider. Third round pick by the Braves 2008 draft came to monitor next very quickly. Basic strikeout numbers, almost a 2 to 1 strikeout walk ratio. Almost to strike out. Parading ratio. Just 22 years old. Here's Buster Posey, Buster Posey, a single and a double and thrown at first and he nearly threw it over the head of Barrett Leave. We wasn't so tall. Of all would have been over his head. Inderal just airmailed it first. It's not likely up is going to go anywhere. And the first pitch to Posey. Posey takes a fast ball for a strike at 97. He is not a big guy put together but not a big girl. Oh, and one to posie and throw to first on his back. Would believe that if Posey were to make solid contact is going to be to write few. Schuerholz is on death. And the pitch to Posie and Posey takes low one ball in one strike. Ah,.

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"mike dunn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Like or look like June seventeen we have some really dark clouds out there. It's a little on the cool side. And we're getting some weather rain and lightning and possibly some hail out there, too. So watch for that. And it looks like it's going to be like this again, tomorrow and tomorrow night as we had a cold front, come through, and cool everything down and destabilize the weather a bit. So we have a full show tonight. The Rockies are off. And it looks like they could use a break after that week, at least to give their pitchers a chance to rest up. They ran out of pitchers that, that was and historic weekend for the wrong reasons. It was it was unlike anything that I've ever seen in watching a ton of Rockies baseball since they first started playing in nineteen Ninety-three. I never seen that over four game series at the major league level. Was it like historically in modern baseball history? They broke a record or tighter record for runs scored by two teams. Most run since nineteen twenty two I think, Charlie Blackmon becomes the first player in the modern era. Fifteen hits at a four game series. You know, it's but still they they've got a chance to sweep that series, so the three games over five hundred right now. They win the games in which they had sizable leads. Obviously do the math, they'd be seven games over five hundred for a team that one point was nine games under five hundred. They would have made up sixteen games, basically. But instead of that they blow an eleven. Two five lead in the ninth on Friday night and ultimately lose. And they blow a three run lead to the ninth yesterday. Yeah, this is starting to look a little like the chorus field games in the nineties when the players were juiced. And so is the baseball's the humidor was the humidor. This is pre humidor and they say there's rumors that the ball is juiced this year. They're probably going to break a record for home runs in the league. And you know, and then you combine that with the chorus field being a launching pad. Anyway, they may have to put a little extra water in the baseball's here at Coors field. Maybe get them a little soggy year than there have been they're getting him out of the door right now because you can't have games like this completely wear out your pitching staff. I don't know fans really want to see it. I mean we're talking four or five hour games. I don't know. You know, a more of a traditionalist when it comes to baseball, you know, you love to see home runs and runs scored and all that. But, you know, five threes, kind of good six to four. I'm more concerned about blown leads. It's you got eleven five lead Levin. Two six lead going into the ninth inning. And you can't close that thing out, then you gotta three where lead, you know, yesterday going into the ninth. Some people have found fault with buddy black for bringing Mike done in on Friday night. Listen. Stop with that. I mean. It's eleven to six you mean. Mike Dunn can't get can't can't protect the five run. Was it eleven to six or seven to five? Even eleven to four at one. I'm talking about the ninth inning was it eleven it was eleven to five. Okay. So I'm okay with them not bringing weighed in right there. It's easy to second. Guess done. Can't couldn't get the job done and then Wade comes in. And he, but then, on yesterday they brought weighed in and start the night three run lead. And just didn't have you know what bud black catching some heat for. And that's putting in starter, John gray because they run out of ours. But then having him intentionally walked two guys in a row to load the bases. And then he walks the pitcher basically walked in the winning run yesterday. But San Diego's out of position players. So, you know the pitchers. The pitches gotta hit the picture gotta hit a yeah. But still, you set that up for that to happen. I don't know. I like looking up dead horses as you know died. And you wanna write figure out what killed him if it would work would've went, hey, that was a really smart move by bug. But I don't know. I didn't feel good about unloading, the basis because great first time he's ever pitched in relief in his entire career. You know. So he comes out of the bullpen not probably fully warmed up like normally as he didn't look like it. Here's what I would say in balls in the dirt. And you know what pope pull up the big boy britches and tightened essential little bit. I mean, seriously seriously John gray throw a couple. It's the pitcher. Bryce, you're right. I mean, throw Stryker too. I mean that that's their job. This team is so. And this to me is a little bit. It's not a little bit. It's pervasive in a lot of cases in professional sports. That now we just have to worried about guys psyche and can this. I mean seriously man come out. I know you're starter come out and get us out of this jam and get us to extra innings. But instead, I mean to me again hindsight, if he doesn't walk two men, intentionally in one of those guys gets a hit which breaks the tie, then I'm okay with that with everybody saying a but really what are you doing? You got the picture, you know the pitcher has to hit and he can't hit. He he'd still be up there. So I don't know. Bad. We, how's your Father's Day for crying out loud. I had a good one. Did you? Yes. I did. Damn it. Yeah. I know. You did something positive. Yeah. Yeah. No kidding. That was that was a strange strange weekend, of course field one like we've never seen before. And we've seen some weird we have a Coors field. That was really bizarre. Let's check traffic out. I told you this sketchy weather out there. John John really is sketchy. I mean it is hitting the metro area hard. I see slowdowns on all the highways. I five.

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"mike dunn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Pitch swing. And Dr bass the left center field that stores, one Walters being waived in. He will score buckled onto third pulling it first base Trevor story, a two run single Rockies within one five two four Boston After they were able to strike out Nolan are Nado. Daniel Murphy pinch hitting hit a ground ball to the right side to score Charlie Blackmon and tied the game at five. The Rockies bullpen had their moments in this one. There was a scenario of two on and one out for airman Marcus in the seventh inning. So bud black went to his bullpen and the veteran left-hander Mike, Dunn ready now has the sign and the to pitch. Swearing in a MRI got him with the slider, the Mike Dunn does his job, and he's going to be done. It came in got the left handed hitter out with a strikeout. Two outs. First and second. We'll get other pitching change. Carlos systemise will come on. But what gets the ball from Mike Dunn does the job for the second consecutive game. He did and Carlos Steffi's came on and got the Mookie Betts to foul out and keep the game tied it remained that way into the tenth inning. Iraqis got a leadoff double from Nolan arenando in the top of the tenth inning. But some very fine work by Brandon workman. He was able to get a couple of popouts of, of the Rockies Daniel Murphy, and then Rimal tapioca and Desmond drool walk. But a strikeout ended the inning and the rock. Ke's saw Boston score in the bottom of the ninth off, Chad bettas and intending. They win it sixty five Rockies said five men safe at home than this one safe at home. Presented by pro partners and CASA the mission to be advocates for abused and neglected children in the game. The Rockies also had a collision with Rimal toppy a- and Trevor story in the bottom of the ninth inning. Trevor was able to leave the ball game under his own power. If we hear anything on Trevor's situation that needs to be brought out the Iraqis fans. We will certainly do that. If time allows us before we go off the air. That's our game recap..

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"mike dunn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Left-hander, Mike Dunn basis loaded. No outs par to for three in this game. And one of those two hits was against a left-hander. Cal freeland. Par stands in. This would be a spot where the giants might used a pinch hitter. But they are thin today. Doc pitch par hits a high fly ball centerfield should be plenty deep enough. Desmond moves back makes the catch sound of all tags, and he's gonna come in and score. The throw comes to second also tagging panic. He goes to third. The giants have an extra nice job. Geraldo Bara sacrifice fly. It's four to two giants. Why wait around and why mess around just get it done and deep enough to where it sets up another sac fly possibility with Stephen Duggar stepping into the batter's box. Doug got two hits and a run scored in this game two for four and he will stand in against Mike Dunn. I pitch Harare par knocks in Pablo sought of all. So that wild pitch on strike three turns into a run. Done throws and misses inside at eighty seven miles an hour to Duggar ball one. Well that helps with all the power coming up for Colorado that gives Sam Dyson at a giants a little margin for error. Solarte's would be next still only one out here. Belted I panic at third the one oh pitch to Duggar comes in tight. And it almost hidden somehow. He spends out of the way ball too. Selected a switch hitter ondeck Steph as big hard-throwing right hander is now in the Rockies bullpen getting loose. And who knows if he would be the guy for solarte's or if bud black prefers solarte's to hit right handed and a step is getting ready for pillar and Posey. Giants would afford a to lead here in the bottom of the eighth. First and third one out for Duggar. The pitch from done is hit high in the air right field. And that's going to be deepened up. Blackman moves back. He's under it to make the catch panic will tag hill come into score back to back. Sacrifice flies and in San Francisco that gets you big ovation five to two giants Duggar knocks in run. That's just good situation. Baseball, don't get greedy. Make sure you get those runs home. Belt all the while. Stayed put at first base five to two giants. So big to take a one run lead and turn it into a three run lead against this middle of the order for Colorado. So here's still art day. Done will stay in the game. His pitch to select day is outside while one done is a sinker baller. He's the guy they used to get a ground ball. And that's where those two at bats. Look really impressive. Both par- and Duggar finding pitches. They could get in the air keep off the ground. One.

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"mike dunn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mike dunn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Ending home run here at miss being home run by a couple of feet. But that set up the winning rally belt score the winning run. He's at the plate here. The one pitch from oh, bell takes high too fast. Fastball at ninety miles an hour. Oh in last night's game. We told you he pitched a scoreless inning through eighteen pitches. Bumgarner for seven raise Miranda just a spectacular job out of the bullpen to strike out. All three hitters e faced with the tire run in scoring position to keep the giants ahead. They lead three two two belt takes high. It is three. Uh-huh. Three two giants in the eighth Dyson. Getting ready in the bullpen. The Rockies have a left-hander up in their bullpen. I think that's Mike Dunn. We'll check oh. To the plate. And that's all for it was close with called the ball. The bases are loaded with nobody out jets got a break at the start of this sitting on the wild pitch. Which was strike three Rockies. Didn't get the out because he got by the catcher. Now, let's see the giants could take advantage of that. After the panic hit and a belt walk basis loaded. Nobody out for Geraldo par. Here's where the giants. You gotta get something out of this one. Even just one extra run would be huge. The infield will come in. But not all the way in for Colorado, Harare, par and a good day has two hits in three at bats. And I don't think he's going to face some one oh catcher. I in Ed is coming out. I think purely just to stall for some time. Done the left-hander. Going to throw one more warmup pitch and then black. I would imagine his coming out. And here comes the Rockies manager. So we're going to have a kitchen change Iraqis get the lefty on lefty matchup here. Oh, even though he got a strikeout doesn't get credit for an out in this one. That seems sure wrong. That's the way it is basis loaded. Nobody out great chance for the giants to add onto their one run lead. Three two to hear the eighth inning done will take over on the mound. When it's time for a change thinks speedy oil, change and auto service, your trusted oil, change tuneup. And break experts done comes in giants have the bases loaded, and we'll be back right after this. The you have three ex wives and.

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