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"mike wallace" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"There is video of today's conversation that YouTube link is in the description box of the show. Once again, I'm speaking with doctor Joshua, Bowen. He is an assyriologist. I mean, is that what you would lead with Josh a serialist? Yeah, I mean, if I want to confuse everybody. All right, we're fine. What's in a serialist? Is somebody that studies the languages and cultures of ancient Iraq and Syria. So going back to 3200 maybe BCE and learning Sumerian and Akkadian and putting everybody to sleep as you describe it, all those things. You're just a sick man. Who does this for fun? Who does this for? Actually, I have a tremendous admiration for anybody who could play in that sandbox because it's just intimidating to so many of the rest of us. But, you know, you've done it so we don't have to. Right. Let me just start here in the deep waters. It's funny I was thinking about this old 60 minutes interview that Mike Wallace had done with the Ayatollah Khomeini and he sits down right off the bat and says, thanks for the interview and his next question is, are you a terrorist? So I'm going to pull something a little bit like that right off the bat. I want to say doctor Joshua Bowen. You have gotten really, really, really deeply into the Old Testament into the character, action attitudes of yahweh. Is yahweh, a terrorist. Yeah, that is a, that is an interesting way to frame that. And I think probably a good way to ask that question. One of the things that I think growing up in evangelical Christian did for my method of thinking about things like the Old Testament or the Bible is that it required that I put on a certain set of lenses when I viewed the text. So if I were to say to you, as I did in a tweet, a couple of months ago that there was a man who went into a church or into a place of worship and through a suicide action brought down the building and killed 3000 people and stopped there, you know, people would think, oh my God, another act of terrorism, here we are. But then I followed it with his name was Samson, judges 16. And we don't think about the story of Samson that way. We always think about Samson the hero. Hebrews, the book of hebrews, chapter 11, he's one of the great heroes of the faith. And of course, he's the good guy in the story, and even though he had some moral ups and downs at the end, yahweh used him to drive one last blow to the Philistines. But the reality is that in any other context, yahweh giving him the strength to kill those 3000 people would be an act of terrorism. And so I just wrote a book athe Istanbul to the Old Testament volume two and there's a chapter on there on divine violence and genocide. And commands that yahweh gives to do just these sorts of actions. And I would say that in many contexts, if we view the actions of yahweh, but took yahweh's name off of it, or took God off of the title, we would say, my God, how can someone command the extermination of the entirety of the amalekite people in first Samuel 15, including men, women, children, infants, even the cattle, but once you say God, don't you say yahweh commanded it? Well, then all of a sudden there's this extra layer that we have to factor in in a certain amount of special pleading as an evangelical to sort of satisfy that potential lack of congruity between what I know as my moral center and what the Bible seems to be saying. So yeah, I think that's a good question. It's almost a politician's answer. I mean, no, but I totally get it, but like I look at someone who orders genocide and all of the other things and I think this is an easy one. So you're not hedging, you're saying that it's a double standard. Yeah, definitely. And this is what evangelicals do. So even those that study the ancient near east, and I give some examples of this in the chapter, but if you look at the new Assyrian empire, or you look at the middle of Syrian rule, you see these kings that are boasting on the one hand about how they protect their people and how they look out for the poor and how they judge fairly. But on the other hand, they're talking about how they went and killed and destroyed the enemy. And why did they do that? Why did they go on these conquests? Why did they go march against the enemy? Well, in their text, it's because the enemy was wicked in the enemy rebelled against Asher, their deity. And Asher, their God was extending this really benevolent arm to them. And they spit in his face, essentially. And so the king was just doing what was right. And of course, you know, in the context of Asher and tiglath police are the third or to Colton and norta. Yeah, it's really easy for an evangelical to say, well, I mean, that's propaganda. We can't just take that at face value. But then when you get to the biblical text, you have people like Daniel bloch, who is an unbelievably brilliant scholar, but when he gets into this sort of range, you know, he'll say things like, well, when we look at the violence that yahweh does or the metaphors that are used in the book of Ezekiel, for example, we can't just start with that. We have to start with remembering God's mercy and his grace. And we have to view it through that lens. It's like, but do we? Do we have to do that? He didn't start there with all the other deities. Yes, exactly. Well, you get in, by the way, full disclosure. I narrated the atheist handbook to the Old Testament volume two and doctor Josh and I have been collaborators and so, I mean, some might say we have an agenda, but I really, well, maybe I do have an agenda. I certainly want the book to succeed, but I also think it's a necessary part of the conversation. It's a framing of the Old Testament, at least the section that you address in a way that I think
"mike wallace" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Of all, it's not true. People have all kinds of chromosomes and all kinds of bodies. Women who've had hysterectomies, people born with certain conditions, but that's almost immaterial. Number two, it is a system of oppression, gender is a hierarchy and a system of oppression anytime you can throw tally whacker into a TikTok video. You just got to do it. And I was thinking yes, I watched that guy. I'm like, we got to get Mike Wallace to do some of these. Could you imagine him pretending like he's one of these people? It's made up. It's almost made up, right? Like you can't, you can't sit there and seriously tape yourselves saying that stuff, can you? But here's the thing. It's their words that are being exposed on the Internet. So let's go to the next clip and show people just how insane these folks are. The most controversial way I teach my kids consent is that they all choose their own gender identity because it's every person's right to be who they are. Is that simple? Okay, that's a teacher. And now the last clip is absolutely shocking because it's a teacher who actually sat in the groomers on the lab. These woke radicals say, no, no, no, no, we're not grooming kids to be sexually active and talk about trans issues. But listen in our last clip, what this teacher says about teaching kids of any age about masturbation. You know, like get down with yourself, explore your own body, masturbation is really healthy. And I recommend it to people of all ages. All ages. As soon as my nephews could talk, they were doing that. That's what they were doing. Kids touched themselves. Kids start to ask questions, and we teach them the language for their bodies, right? That your nose touch your nose, showing it to you. You can touch your nose, but muscles are not saying that when they're tugging at.
"mike wallace" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On the next primary show what comes next now that the Supreme Court has ruled the federal courts can review the Texas abortion law and what happens now that the near total abortion ban remains in effect while the judicial gears grind Also how to be a good bystander on social media how to intervene when you see hate speech or cyberbullying The Brian Leo show weekdays at 10 a.m. on WNYC It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin And I'm Steve good morning Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace surprised his audience by saying he's leaving the network I want to try something new to go beyond politics to all the things I'm interested in Hours later it was learned that Wallace will join CNN's new streaming service His departure says a lot about the direction that Fox has gone and where it's going And Pierre's David Falk and flick reports As he revealed his departure Chris Wallace told viewers part of the network's pitch to join 18 years ago the bosses here at Fox promised me they would never interfere with a gas guide book or a question I asked And I kept that promise And that appears to have been true What Fox News executives reward however involves what Fox News viewers demand And that's shifted greatly Wallace's father was the legendary Mike Wallace at CBS's 60 minutes Chris Wallace himself had distinguished density ABC and NBC He covered The White House hosted meet the press that is to say he arrived at Fox with stature no scandal and no notable ideology known as the phrase goes for asking tough questions of Democrats and Republicans alike Fox viewers however did not prove eager for tough questions of Donald Trump Mister Trump it has not escaped anybody's notice that you say that the Mexican government the Mexican government is sending criminals rapists drug dealers across the border This was from the first Republican presidential debate in August 2015 on Fox News Mister Trump I'll give you 30 seconds I'll give you a 30 seconds to answer my question which was what evidence do you have Trump called into Don lemon's show on CNN the very next night to denounce Wallace And the sun is only a tiny fraction of Mike Believe me there's a big difference between Mike Wallace and Chris Wallace As president Trump demanded loyalty of his supporters and of Fox News stars And for the most part he got it Goosing the ratings of Ardent supporters like fox's Sean Hannity and Maria bartiromo by showering them with interviews Figures who were skeptical of Trump left the network including former correspondent Carl Cameron and anchor shepherd Smith Wallace stuck it out Sometimes he contradicted his fox colleagues false claims about Trump last year in the midst of the pandemic while his fact checked Trump repeatedly during an interview at The White House When you talk about mortality rates I think it's the opposite I think we have one of the lowest mortality rates in the world On social media and in hateful private comments many Fox News viewers trashed Wallace There seemed to be an absence of leadership from Fox News executives Many of fox's stars peddled Trump's lies about COVID and the 2020 election the network dismissed two top political editors who supported the Fox decision desk call that Joe Biden would win Arizona Box is now fighting two multi-billion dollar defamation lawsuits in court Then came Tucker Carlson's three part series embracing lies to claim the January 6th siege of the capitol was harmless and also a hoax Traffic and all manner of innuendo and conspiracy theories that I think legitimately could lead to violence That's longtime Fox News analyst Jonah Goldberg For Goldberg and another conservative commentator Carlson series was the last straw They quit Fox three weeks ago On the air Wallace and Fox political anchor Brett Bayer contradicted Carlson's claims off the air they both denounced Carlson's series to Fox News.
"mike wallace" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Are we going to get rid of racism and stop talking about it? I'm going to stop calling you a white man. Yeah. And I'm going to ask you to stop calling me. A black man. I know you as Mike Wallace, you know me as more of a family. You want to say what? I noticed 5 guy named Mike Wallace. You know what I'm saying? Black history. I just think that's really poignant. That's been around for years. And I just saw it today. It's not an uncommon. Take at all. And frankly, some of the liberal and left wing pushback against that video, which has been around for a long time. And the idea of fighting it is what gave rise to the Candace Owens of the world because if you attack that kind of baseline sort of normal sentiment that we're all Americans and that everybody equally shares of this. And we should always strive for that. But then tribalizing months. I mean, pride was a day than a week than a month now there's it's a rotating series of months that it becomes tribal holidays. It'd be acclamation of tribal holidays in that regard. And that's what he was sort of pushing back against. We all take real participate in them. And we are all equally Americans here. Again, you can't find American on 23andMe. You can't. And you shouldn't. And you shouldn't argue that it should be. And that's what white supremacists do. So saying one month. And again, I understand what the purpose of coming up with black history month in the first part is that we can have a time when everybody can focus on maybe the erased or forgotten history of that black Americans contributed. The problem is, that's something you do temporarily until people get it is the idea. And the problem is, and then if you go if you don't do it past that, if you don't stop at at some point, the idea is that it's always separate. And there's no way you add something to the calendar like that and remove it without a huge explosion. So what happens is that it basically corners the conversation around a month a year and then and then you get all the people who you're trying to reach, that's not us. That's not three of us. People you're trying to get to understand the depth of the intertwined struggles of all people in the American experiment. The people you're trying to convince are going to go we pass it. We do that in February because I'm forced to talk about it in February or I have to listen to it in February. But since I have to listen to it February, I don't have to listen to it any other time. And PS it's bullshit. That's the response you've gotten over the last 20 years of black history month. Unfortunately, I'm sorry, Peter. I don't know what you thought about, but thanks for the 5 bucks. You know, it's hard for me to listen to how and read what everybody's saying. I'm sorry. And Richard, let me ask you guys another question and.
"mike wallace" Discussed on Scale The Podcast
"I'm not hearing any specifics. I'm just hearing these cliches now. This is not me theoretically saying. That's what i would do. That's what i did do with the guest. I specifically said what you're saying is cliches. No specifics your if that's what we're here to do and called it out and it's totally fine to call it out and to say to the guest afterwards. Are we both agreeing. That is not going to go over. Well let it go In my case. I just published it. Let the world see where i struggle. I love it all right well. What else This framework is really interesting. I'm sure i'm i'm personally learning a lot. What happens when you give put it in other people's mouths so there's sometimes things that are really hard to say and it yourself you create antagonism in a in a conversation like to say to a potential customer your site is ugly is not going to win them over even if their site is ugly so i wonder how you say things at that point then they start to argue they feel insulted all these emotions that are human that used to bother me because they're so human. Why can't you be more rational. These things happen. I have to accept it to the question is how do you deal with it so again. I go back and study my transcripts. I went back and i studied. Transcripts of faints history's over the years. And there's this famous that everyone talked about mike wallace talking to ayatollah khameini and apparently he called them a call him a lunatic calm lunatic. This is right. After committee takes over and has takes hostages american hostages and he goes over and call them a lunatic and it turns out as i listened to the video. And i look at the transcript. He didn't calm lunatic. He said i told you. Forgive me not my words. And he says the president of of egypt says this my words but he called you. Forgive me a lunatic. What you say to that and you can see an uncomfortable situation even though he said that this is the president of egypt. Who said this. And then i told her response and continues. The conversation mike wallace gets to get on a flight and come back to the. Us without insulting the ayatollah khameini who was holding who has no problem holding american hostages and the thing that i took away from. That is a lot of times we think people are saying they are saying something live but by just putting it in someone else's mouth it softens the blow now. Is this a like. Is this soft thing to do. Maybe would it be more manly to say. Your website sucks tola. You are lunatic. Yeah would be but you know what people do have emotions if we pressed the wrong button. We do piss them off and we lose them. It's much better to have these things that these conversation techniques to soften it and so just putting someone else now apple so what i would say you know what i've heard. I went on a lot. I went online and i saw a couple of people. Were complaining about your website. I went onto right and so it's not you complaining. Now it's you've done a little research and you say. I see here that there. A couple of people complaining about your site and calling it ugly. Now what do you do. I had that situation with ryan. Holiday ryan holiday created product count. I wanted to say to him. They're not enough women on product. Aunt not blaming him. I don't have enough women on my podcast. I see the issue. But i to say and i know it's one of those things that when you say to someone you don't have enough women they feel like what do you call me..
"mike wallace" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"And already welcome back. Mike wallace legal. Financial guys mike flick in studio with us. Certified social security claiming strategist. We have an awesome guest. We have dr paul alexander. Who's going to be with us. He's on the live line here. He was so incredible last week. I'm like we have to get on. Kelsey tracked him down. So kelsey redmond in studio with us here now and i think kelsey for doing that. She went on a haunt. You were like an fbi agent. So we did. We did dave. We were able to track dr paul alexander down and get him on and with no further. Ado mr dr alexander. I thank you so much spending some time with us here. I know your schedule is crazy. Busy you were your health. You have like. I'm gonna just try to read some of this but not all of this. Health research methodology. Avidan based medicine clinical epidemiologist Former whol p. h. h. o. And us health and human services. Evidence evidence consultant. I mean the list goes on and on so way smarter than myself. Way more degrees than me but paul. Let's see if we can start off. Let's talk about what makes you nervous about Let's start with kids. You have said. And i've read some reports that you said kids are cove immune and what do you mean by that. Well i mean first of all. Thanks very much for having me and Yes i did work prior to. Who power who in washington dc as kubik consultant for evidence based Sensitive medicine and i also worked in the prior administration health and human services on the on the president trump as a corporate pandemic adviser. Now the issues that children brings such statistical zero risk to the table in terms of their capacity. Talk quiet infection and implicit please. Their ability to spread to other children Vanishingly low risk spread to doubts ticket home or become severely little die from covert and got stable data. That's the evidence you've collected for fifteen months now across the world and the cdc or the nih all fda all forty wolinsky francis collins. If anyone says differently they actually misleading the public and deceiving public. And i would say they're lying to the public. Data's clear children are are basically the bump up against this day would write us out on walkaway and i've recently written an op-ed where i made the argument that we should consider children globally effectively and effectively vaccinated already and reason so this is for several reasons one if you already immune in the sense that you've had kobe before and the evidence indicates that once you cover nuclear virus and you have natural immunity now It's a very dangerous thing to layer of vaccine on top of that You're naturally immunity is the best immunity that you can ever have particularly for this passage and It's very broad. It's very comprehensive and robust and durable and in some instances lifelong. There's some pathogenic kick boxing for that. You have immunity for the rest of your life. You don't have to take any other vaccine again. And the fact that we have this team program where the you have not even finish some people getting one shot a second shot and now they want wanna go to shot and israel. You're talking about a four chart all all under one year when you have a vaccine being boosted less than one year you know that vaccine is failing and it has failed. This vaccine is feel particularly towards the shelter. And there's no question about that so the reality is when i said the children effectively vaccinated already. I mean that when we look at research. I looked at the evidence To see well okay. There's such low rates and children The ability to become infected and you can spread it and even seattle. So i wanted to know why because the is showing us. This must be a reason..
"mike wallace" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Come on my show, and I'll read his book closely. When yet, but now I will ask him if I ever have the chance. Do you trust everybody less when your CIA director countermand your explicit order and briefed members of Congress Because if you're a future president You're going to say Obama couldn't trust Panetta to keep a secret. How the hell do I get anyone to keep a secret? Well, you know, it's a legitimate question. You know, it's a fair. It's a fair question. I guess. On the one hand it all worked out. But I can tell you Obama was met when Donald and goes back after the march Worth meeting and tells President Obama These tech, too, And he has Donlan call Panetta's chief of staff, Jeremy Baptist, that you tell me, everybody that I talked to in this story. It's You know, As I say, it's a history thriller. You think you know the story and there are new nuggets. Also one quick thing. The guy who was the operational head of the hunt a fellow we call Gary Not his real name. Who was the head is your name Pakistan. Afghan department had never talked to anybody. And he talks to us for the first time and gives a lot of insight into what went on behind the scenes. There's I have two more questions. I'm taking you along. Chris. I'm sorry. Tony Blinken on page 23. Tony Blinken President Joe Biden, National Security adviser was skeptical. Yes, it wouldn't have been brought to the president's attention if there wasn't something there, but they'd seen so many false leads over the years. That's the last time we see Blinken in countdown bin Laden. Did he ever change his mind? Like Bob Gates changed his mind and endorsed the mission. Joe Biden didn't change his mind. Didn't blink can never change his mind. No, I don't think so. And remember, Blinken was the national security advisor to the vice president. And, you know, I didn't specifically ask that question. Frankly, I didn't care that much with Tony Blinken bought, but, uh, you know, the fact is that Biden, his boss goes into that meeting on April, 28 says. No, we shouldn't do it. The last question, Chris, I know you're in heart out. President Trump was take your time. Okay. President Trump was my guest last week. Um, your name came up. He's not a fan. Now. I've got my set of tough tattoos. I was wondering, Did you hear him talking about you behind your back and me talking about you behind your back? No. All right. I'm going to play it for you, Chris. I'm going to play it for you. Here it is. Donald Trump. Be great and and play would be great. Portnoy would be great. You shouldn't use it. Chris Wallace. He's terrible. He was terribly had no control of. Well, Shouldn't we get rid of the presidential debate Commission? It's a terrible thing. I would say yes, I would say yes. They do Dinner. It totally biased. When I do, you know, four years ago, I complained. I said, you put all Clinton people up here. And, you know, obviously it worked out very well for me. I think these debates were very good. But I will tell you this. Chris Wallace was so biased. It was disgraceful. And all he would do is complain that that Biden wouldn't go on a show. So I figured Hey. He can't stand Biden because Biden wouldn't do a show. Biden was afraid to do a show so Biden wouldn't do a show. So why would they pick? You know why would they allow Chris Wallace to do it? And yet? His true colors came out. Look, Chris Wallace, his father was a good friend of mine. His father did me in 60 minutes. It was actually a very good job was very happy with it. But Mike Wallace was a legend. Chris Wallace wants to try and be like his father. But he doesn't have the talent. Chris Wallace should not be doing debate. She was horrible. He wouldn't let let me ask. The question is why did the mayor of Russia's wife the mayor of Moscow? Why did the mayor of Moscow as wife give him Them to Hunter $3.5 million. Why didn't China How come China was able to give him a billion and a half? How come Ukraine gave him all that money? Chris? Well, said. That's not pertinent to this debate. No Let me just tell you, Chris Wallace did a terrible job and he shouldn't be doing any more debate. Now, Chris Wallace. I cut him off then because I don't debate people I interview people I let them get their piece said I did not prompt that. I do hate the presidential debate Commission. I think it ought to be over, but I want to give you a chance to respond to what the president said. Well, you know, a couple of points. I guess I'd my first of all I'm a little You know, I feel like for a landlord as Donald Trump is, I'm I'm really doing well, living rent free in his brain to that extent. Where were you know what it was? That was in September, and we're now almost a year later, And he's still that obsessed with what happened. Secondly, you know that he talked about rewriting history. Do you know how many times he interrupted? Forget me, but interrupted me. But more importantly, Joe Biden in that debate with some poor Fox staffer had to look it up 145 times I All I wanted was a good even handed debate as I did in 2016, which he loved between him. And Hillary Clinton. You know, I think, frankly, he made a terrible mistake in that debate strategic debate because I if I were he You know, And we're all kind of frustrated politicians or political advisers. I think most people who are political junkies, I would have let Biden talk because the more Biden talks, the more Biden gets in trouble, So if I'm Trump Let Biden talk, get in trouble and then counterpunch in sight. Did Junior what he just said. But instead, he kept interrupting Biden so much that he kind of propped up. Biden, which I think was exactly the wrong thing to do. Chris Wallace I organized and produced and laid down the rules for a governor recall debate at the Nixon library three weeks ago. And Hughes rules are everybody gets, Uh, questions cannot be longer than 30 seconds..
"mike wallace" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"Understanding at a deep level how fundamental conspiracy is to everything we look at. I think is absolutely central to this. Yeah i would. I would actually start my analysis of the ladies book with from the perspective that she's probably engaging in a conspiracy. I mean that is so preposterous that you have to wonder. If there's an agenda and pack of it what what is she trying to get me to believe you know it. Set it and that's where we have to talk because that's a whole other topic of conversation because are the original guy who really woke us all up to the lifetime player and so another topic that we need to spend whole hour on is the subtleties of the different players. On the field. Because i'll tell you what sara gorman she is not smart enough to be that she's just she is useful idiot. She is the classic useful idiot she is. She is in the position. She is because she just organically spews nonsense. That is useful for what people are trying to do at some level. Well but the people who you know would be able to to determine she would be in the media. I have have perhaps they would be the origin of the conspiracy. But i just think that it just strikes me as silly that position and i. I would wonder if it's not organic. You know you talk about the lifetime actor. I just wanted to give like a a real quick and easy to verify way of kind of seeing how it works aldous huxley. He gave an interview with mike wallace. Which is online anyone can go and look at it and he talks about how dangerous the government gaining technology. That could control. The mind of the people is and he gave all he comes across as the kind of left wing eldest well-known under being. Okay so that's that is the public perspective of him and then it as it turns out There was a documents discovered in the cache. Of mk ultra. Which listed him as organizing it and specifically creating experiments for the very purpose that he had gone to the public and warned us about i'm he gave jolly west instruction of what kind of experiments wanted to control people's memory through the use of lsd and of course into jolly west that he's just couldn't be more malevolent individual and everything that he did from kale true. It's you know with pseudo belt. Mind control so that the government could have robotic control. Could turn us into these biological robot so that but the point is by denying. Shouldn't by by being the person to bring the idea of this being evil huxley was creating a complete perfect camouflage himself whatever yes of doing this because he's the one who actually brings these ideas to us as being dangerous so this is but you can see how hard it is to be a citizen in you see Tough because.
"mike wallace" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Why answer it. Because knew him and his message was something. I can't repeat but he wanted to beat my button and We haven't spoken stance you know but You know we. We went from morgan mcclure. We went to Jim smith's car seven-nation rent car. Mike wallace was floundering around again. And i got an ear and stepped up. Had stupid things fall off. The car will spacer screws back off. Lucent wheel dump stuff but we had fast forward and all of a sudden get fired and they put jimmy spencer in a car. Same mike between spencer and skinner myself. We played the roulette wheel. My biggest break and i was close so close was dragged forever him he added nine in the nineteen. Casey was really really struggling. And so ray. Call nieto's we're going atlanta says i want you to come to the Shop in watch set to car said in the car we're going. We're going to drivers slop during practice. Changes seatbelts because obviously she shorted me. we've justice. Turn we took all these measurements. So when i got to the race track atlanta. I wasn't driving down there our Going down there to be a relief driver reggae radio. They brought the truck driver. Brought me radio and ray gave me the code. After the first practice second practice to go over because the car would be ready doing this change over in casey's looking at what's going on makes you walk over and casey's watch and see if we put tires on or not lie. Did i put same tires on tarzan. They just have all. They wanted me to go out due to lack qualified. When i was six tenths quicker. So i got out of the car casey got in the car went back out. He was horrible. So ray call me monday. And he does I want you to come to rockingham. He says. I think casey would be done well. They ended up having a big court. Battle and Ray couldn't get rid of casey that easy. I don't know the whole detail. But i went down rocking in for nothing. He no but.
"mike wallace" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Going to ask you to stop calling me. Black man. I know you as Mike Wallace. You know me as more than friendly Wow. So first of all, just the degree to which Mike Wallace was utterly stumped and Couldn't get a word out. When Morgan Freeman asked him, you know, where is your history month? You know, where's white History Month and then? Wallace fumbles around fumbles around fumbles around and this says, Well, I'm Jewish, which, by the way, is itself very, very interesting. It shows that a certain percentage of American Jews either them themselves. Don't believe or know that other people don't perceive Jews. As being white, which is really weird. I mean, I'm Jewish, but I am super white. And I can tell you that, you know, I'm sure across the street in my ancestors village in what was I guess Belarus. Back in the back in the day. Across the street. There might have been a Kaminsky with an eye to end their last name instead of Hawaii, right, which would have been a Christian version more of a Polish leaning Christian version who might look just like me. Right. So that was kind of an interesting thing to me. When Mike Wallace was asked What about White History month and he said, Well, I'm Jewish. As if I mean not every Jew is white. There are African Jews. But most Jews are white. So that was interesting. And then Well, you heard the rest. I don't. I don't need to repeat it, but I loved it absolutely loved this bit. How are we going to get rid of racism and stop talking about it? Hallelujah to that. Isn't that exactly the problem that we face in America today that there's this whole Jain enormous industry of race grifters, and it's not just what it used to be, which it used to be Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton and just black people shaking down white businesses. Saying, pay US x thousands of dollars or we're going to call your business racist and ruin your reputation. That was a pretty straightforward kind of extortion, and everybody understood what it was and and those guys got rich off of it. Okay, so it's bad, but we all we all got. It's much more insidious now. Right because The broom candy and people like that. And then the very white Robin D'Angelo are are writing books and selling, You know their presence for an hour to be rate white people for $20,000. They are not just on Uh, they're not just using a tactic of saying such and such a company did a thing that could be construed as racist. So if you don't bribe me I'm going to call your company racist. What they're doing is they're calling every white person racist and claim and and setting up Does non falsify a ble construct where a white person's claim not to be racist is proof of his or her racism. It's insane. It's like the It's like the scene in Monty Python and the Holy Grill, where they determined that the woman is a witch. It's It's just like that this is which burning In the 21st century, and we shouldn't tolerate it and the way we make these people go away as we refuse to take the bait, and we should not talk about racism on a daily basis, as if it's actually a big problem in the United States, because the only thing that is increasing Racism as a problem in the United States of America is the fact that we let all of these leftists talk about it, and we don't slap them down. I mean, this started at least with Barack Obama right with the Cambridge, Massachusetts police when they arrested that professor and and Obama came out and said the police acted stupidly. And then he said, If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon like this is there's been going on at least since Obama where liberals And especially blacks have been increasing the amount of racism in the United States of America for their own political and financial purposes, and we need to stop letting him do it. One more great clip from Morgan Freeman. This is Morgan Freeman with Don lemon, a really, really bad CNN anchor who is one of these people that is doing exactly what I just described. He is a racist of the first order, and he is making a living by doing it, But he wasn't always as bad as he is now. For example, in this conversation with Morgan Freeman You can kinda here don the gears and don Lemon's brain start to crank a little bit as he thinks at least a little about what Morgan Freeman has to say. Do you think that race plays a part and wealth distribution or either a mindset that you can't not know? I don't know. I don't know. You and I were proof. Why would race have anything to do with it Stick? You put your mind to what you want to do and call for them. Good excuse for not getting there. Yeah, you know, I said, it's probably get me in trouble, but I said to some of my colleagues recently PSA, so I know that it's an issue. I've been, it seems like every single day on television. I'm talking about race and because of the news cycle, it's in the news, but sometimes I get so tired of talking about it. I want to Want to just go. This is over. Can we move on? And if you talk about it, it exists right? It's.
"mike wallace" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Purvis. Ken schrader ken. Schrader steve unbelievable robbie stanley del. Fishline kevin lepage. Dave indies tim steele in stevie reeves. Now that's a pretty good feel the car to have a race. The guys that make the race that would have been one heck of a last chance race and look at those name. And it'd been the heck of shauna said and a sidebar on the bush race. Actually it felt like a slow lap. You really don't know because you don't have radio. Communication with crew. All the thoughts that went through my mind were negative ones usually. That's a good son. Joe name a check qualified second and he later gave sean rose to commemorate the big event. Here's how crazy qualifying was that day. Her me sadler failed to qualify his car. Despite running second at the time in the busch series standings are hard and he was the first bush series regular at elton sawyer was six that time and the fourth busch series regular in the standings kurmi wound up starting the car qualified by sterling. Marlin a gaba name mike. Laws crashed his car during practice and he didn't have a backup. So team loaned him their backup. And when elton didn't qualify fast enough in his primary car to make the field. He took his backup back for mike and started it. Did everybody pay close attention that 'cause there will be so steve. Everything was awesome right up until turn three of the first lap of the race and mike wallace went three wide into turn three under shawn joe and that was the end of that. Where pretty ride and going to cut it. Now's the time. Timeline grits situation like that but Gee whiz look at the irony shawn. Owens zippo. Joe is next to her. They start one and what happens. Both of them are not out of the race in the first lap. Shun the poll. Winter and joe playing the gentleman. Dave arose what irony three wide on. The last lap may be bit. I don't know about you. I like i said earlier. I wasn't driving the car. So i don't know what happened. I don't know who was fall. But while at that point i don't know afterward. Joe was pretty blunt when he said about mike wallis. He told a lot of people before this race started. He was going to take some air off her smaller and get her lose. They told me. I should be careful. He did exactly what he said he was gonna do. And then there was shawna. She said it wasn't that he went low on the inside of me. He hit me he flat hit me and there's a mark on my car to prove it now for his part mike went on to finish eleventh and he responded doll criticism by saying. I didn't touch anybody. I didn't do anything wrong. I don't know why anybody's blaming may for anything. Look at my car. Look at their cars. The right side of my car.
"mike wallace" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Is an interesting thought for you. Going back to super bowl forty five a heartbreaker for us steeler fans see the steelers pulled drive off in very reminiscent fashion super bowl forty three. What if ben were to just target. Mike wallace ben stat. Line for that game you. Two hundred sixty three yards. Two touchdowns two picks mike wallace at that. Point at the end of the game nine receptions eighty nine yards and a touchdown saying that lasts sixty yards all thrown awards. Mike watkins the game at one hundred. Forty yards two touchdowns ben. Three hundred twenty yards three touchdown passes picks. Do you think they give it to big ben in super bowl. Forty five mike. Wallace's way it goes to number seventeen and the reason being one. There still enough of a bias against ben there but those two interceptions against two touchdowns with mike wallace. You know if if that's zero plays off in one hundred and forty yards yet at that point. You've got to do that. San antonio homes with one that mvp award based on one drive but he was spectacular in that. Drive the so. That's really the way it would go there now. If something happens that mendenhall does something great there too. You know i mean doesn't yeah i. I'm not a huge mendenhall fan. But i am an apologist for that fumble he. I defy many running backs to the way he was sandwiched on that. Play clay with us. Yeah it's clay matthews. And i thought was aj hawkins in that. But it wasn't i. Because i looked at it the other day. He got tattooed in many backs. Even the best bax are having a hard time holding onto the ball because the ball was hit. I mean there's he was clutching well and he was not a guy that fumbled that was just a million dollar hit. Yeah much like one jerome. Bettis fumbling against the colts in two thousand five. So history just goes goes to the victor really so minimal definitely doesn't get the best look from steeler fans will drone data will love him forever and it didn't help that right after that he just spouted off nonsense on twitter now he meant. It was a very he. He was a very intelligent guy he he had very good grades at the university of illinois. He was a scholar. Actually i mean not. He's not a josh dobbs scholar. And he's now writing for ballers in well ballers is over. But the show baller he ballers he was not just the the football coordinator for that he wrote for that show too and so he was really well read guy but he came. I don't know if you know the story. But on after in may of two thousand eleven after that super bowl only months after that the big fumble he came out and said why are we celebrating. The death of osama bin laden and that was that was on twitter. It was not. It was not meant to be anti-american but it came out very non patriotic and just the wrong move at that time so he came out as an american and he said look. I was just coming out. I'm just looking for a different point of view. And i'm i'm thinking and i'm encouraging people to to debate this because it is a human being but you. He missed he. He missed the mark on it completely. Yeah fumbling in the super bowl and coming across unpatriotic is not a good way to try to turn face especially in this market yet. The other bit of steelers news that we should also bring up from Today really peter. Schrager appearance on the pat mac v. Show and he was also asked about the question about ben rothlisberger in being in great shape and basically what he brought up. was that The steelers in general are a very hungry bunch. There are team. That's trump at the bit They there were definitely bitten by that loss. And its effect some guys in the locker room. They wanna come back hungrier than ever. Is that something that excites you. Are you liking that. That's kind of the vibe in the steelers locker room. Yeah because i see that. That's something i really see with these guys. You know you. You put aside the shenanigans that happened on on tiktok and all of that stuff they they come across as a fun loving. Maybe an immature bunch. But that's not what happened. That's not what this team is. And a lot of devon bush's comments that came out about the tiktok situation was don't group me in with those guys and don't group other the rest of the team and with these guys so that that's kinda what that was all about in my mind. And i feel that even the guys that that do enjoy their branding and their tiktok their serious when they're on the football field and they and you sure yeah. The corvette dances back. I guess that just came out the other day that the court juju brought corvette back. But when he's on the field business. And i really feel guys like kevin dotson and najji he just comes in and he brings in just a good culture coming from the university of alabama and he comes in with a work ethic like crazy where the running backs coach has to tell them. Hey fella it's time to go home you know. That's so there's a lot of pride on this team and you're going to tell me that a guy like cam heyward and a guy like hayden and.
"mike wallace" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"Your book built a sell out of nowhere. So this is this is a dream come true thanks for coming. How're you doing today. i'm good how are you good. Good doing great really really excited to dig into your trilogy of books and how you've approached a a really cool kind of area for business owners that are are looking to sell are looking looking to get their business to be sellable one day. Of course we're gonna lots and lots about business so naturally i want to ask you about something. That is absolutely nothing to do with business. If you had not gotten into the business world at all what do you think you'd be doing. You know i probably would. I will be sending in the media. I was as a kid was fascinated by sixty minutes. I used to watch it. I loved it when mike wallace. The old know grizzled reporter would put somebody on the grill and like absolute skewer. The some used car dealer. Who's rolling back. the odometer. Some someone who's doing something nefarious and he would be the one fearlessly going. After the the person that i used to love that and so i actually went to university for communications and realized that it was tough way to make a living. But i think i'd probably be doing that if i wasn't doing what i'm doing today. Are you envisioning like a sixty. Five minutes starring john warlike your own. Tv show. what do you. What do you envision that will look like. It's so funny. Because i sort of come full circle and someone pointed this old mentor by pointed out to me recently. My first business. This goes back. Twenty five years ago or more scary was a radio show that i got nationally syndicated up in canada. Today's entrepreneur. i interviewed a different entrepreneur every day for three straight years and now the majority of my time i spent on something built this on radio. Which is a podcast interview entrepreneurs about the sale of the business so like literally twenty-five years on i've gone full circle and continue to interview in this case instead of used car dealers entrepreneurs about their exit..
"mike wallace" Discussed on 710 WOR
"7 10 w O R. Mark Simone Show, Mr New York. 7 10. W O R. Well, A lot of people upset about Lou Dobbs Fox business. Supposedly, They're taking a look at Maria Bartiromo. They're looking at Jeannine Pirro all named in this Dominion and Smartmatic in these little lawsuits, and all of that, you know, this is very similar to a couple of years ago, when the MSNBC fired all the hosts who had ever done any of these conspiracy theories about election tampering. Remember Russia tampered with the election? Russian collusion? So remember, they fired Rachel Maddow and all the hosts over there who did that? Which is the more for far out weirder conspiracy theory that the certain cities controlled by Democrats that they over counted the mail in votes or Is that weird? Or what's weirder Russia tampered with the election. Putin and Trump were colluding, which is a weirder theory held by the Trump Putin thing that's kind of far out there. Yeah. And remember, that was you know, if you say Well, there was some election tampering here. The Democrats control certain municipalities. And they way they count you as a crazy conspiracy theory. If you said yes. Putin tampered with the election. Russia Tampin, Russia interfered with the election. Oh, that makes sense. Yeah, that could be Let's hire a special prosecutor. Give me a team of 100. People spend 50 million on a two year investigation. But they'll say, you know, he did. He did find evidence found the three bots that bought six ads on Facebook ones. That was absolutely nothing and let's go to David. Chicago. Dave, How you doing? That's good morning, Mark. I'm doing very well. Thank you. Mark. What came to my attention was ticking clock behind the scenes of 60 minutes by one of its producers, and what really struck me was how Mike Wallace, who was a fierce competitors, stole a story from his son, Chris, and basically said, Oh, get over it, and they didn't speak for a year. Yeah, I know. Thanks for calling Dave. It's a good could you You heard about this book about Mike Wallace, A raving maniac screaming like a nut isn't Hey, was a friend of mine for years. And you know he was on this show every two weeks for years. It was a nicest guy in real life. I didn't work with him in his office on his crew. So you never know. But Joe Barton, you can testify. There are people on the air who, as soon as the mic off are screaming maniacs in the studio. It's just the way they are. Oh, yeah, Absolutely. It's the way the way they work. And when they're not in the studio when they're at home or with their friends, their perfectly fine, But everybody has a way that they have to work in the studio on the air, like some people sues the mic, So if they won't talk, they don't talk there. Quiet. They don't talk to anybody. There's a lot of those. In this other guys, Can we mentioned names? Um, well take. I miss, for instance. Yeah, Soon. Is the Microsoft already screaming for six minutes. Be like a nut for six minutes, then the mike. Remember Ted Brown the morning man. Oh, sure. Yeah. This guy loved head Brown. And it was always good morning. I'm Ted brought it soon As the mike was a few cursing and screaming. He picked up the youngest female intern and scream until she cried and ran from the room. Then he turns it into a nursery school here like this. It was the famous incident we was punching. What was his name? The great reporter Mike whenever they're punching each other blood is coming out of his nose punching Children. The record ends. And also he jumped up. Good morning. I'm Ted Brown. And then now here's the Carpenters Close to Michael. And right back to punching my guys grab. That was the guy. Oh, my God. So yeah, that me that just goes on. So apparently and listen Mike Wallace. I love the guy. He was a great friend and did a lot of stuff for me through the years. What? Maybe he was rough found his own producers. Or maybe it was just this. This guy that wrote the book. I forget his name. And then this guy was mean to him And this guy, you know, it might be him. It's just he worked for a lot of mean people, didn't he? Yeah, but like Katie Couric all these you know, this is not that mean, but I think it's this guy. I think there's something wrong with this guy. Everybody works when they start screaming at him, so it must be him. Anyway, Let's go Toe Vincent in Brooklyn. Vincent, how you doing? Did we lose Vincent? So I was I was there the night stimulant mark.
"mike wallace" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Films, including The Insider in 1999, which you portrayed. 60 minutes Report, Mike Wallace and 2000 one's a Beautiful Mind. 6 55, and it's time for Rush Limbaugh. Well as the coronavirus took hold, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had one of his bright ideas. He moved the homeless from shelters to some of the city's finest hotels to protect them from the virus. No one could possibly go wrong. At Midtown Manhattan hotels, drug addicts flourished, They used heroin in broad daylight, residents were subjected to verbal abuse and threatening behavior. No cops were dispatched, and nobody from city government responded to multiple complaint calls. The homeless migrated into the fashionable Chelsea neighborhood and created their own encampment. They blocked the entrances to local businesses, which were already struggling because of the lockdown. I should say struggling residents became increasingly frightened to walk the streets. Once thriving New York neighborhoods have had their economy shut down by Democrats. Then they had to take the homeless into their hotels with no supervision. No law enforcement to speak of and no protection given to the residents or businesses of these neighborhoods. The problem's gotten so out of control that the idiot Democrat mayor finally says it's time to get the homeless out of the hotels. And back to the streets in the shelters, But de Blasio's providing the timeline on when that will happen. Things were so bad in New York. It almost makes you feel sorry for the people who elected these live almost I said, almost sorry. Rush wraps at noon on W. Y O D Citibank.
"mike wallace" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And that I was on one of the three to have a father in my life, even though my parents were together, But I still had a father who was a gentle man. And a good example. Then they didn't waken playing the system if we want, but they didn't like any of us up at seven. I have the utmost respect for what they do for what our soldiers do that sacrifice their lives, and I just don't care for people that put those kinds of people down. If it weren't for them, we would not have the freedom to complain about what they do. Talking about the police Denzel Washington as we celebrate Black history month with prominent African Americans. And then there was Morgan Freeman. He gave interviews to Don women to Mike Wallace, and then he made some comments on a rioting and looting as well as Obama did. Take a listen to him. Do you think that race plays a part and wealth, just distribution or either a mindset that you can't do that, you know? Yeah. No, you know, No, I don't know. Okay. You and I will prove Why would race have anything to do with it sticky put in mind of what you want to do and call for bad. It's kind of like Religion to me. It's a good excuse for not getting their black history month. You find ridiculous what you're going to relegate by history to him off. Come on. What do you do with yours? Which month? His life? History month? Well, well, come on down. Well, there I'm Jewish. Okay. Which mother's Jewish extremists that there isn't mine? Oh, Oh, Why not? Yeah. You want one? No, no, no, I don't either. E. I don't want a black history month. Black history is American history, how we're going to get rid of racism and started talking about it. I'm going to stop calling you a white man. And when I asked you to stop calling me a black man I know you is Mike Wallace. You know Mia's Mormon family. You know what's to be gained if he stopped him when spit second think.
Christopher Plummer, Oscar winner and 'Sound of Music' star, dies at 91
"Christopher plummer the canadian born actor who starred opposite julie andrews in the sound of music has died at the age of ninety one at his home in connecticut. Shakespearean actor was best known for playing captain von trapp in the oscar winning film and won an oscar for his role in the twenty twelve film beginners. His career began on the stage where he wants to tony. Awards but plummer shined on the big screen as well in the shoes of real life character and the people you work for are destroying the most respected the highest rate of the most profitable show on this network. The insider where he played newsman. Mike wallace and franklin delano roosevelt in the hbo. Telepathic
Christopher Plummer, "Sound of Music" star, dies at 91
"Died. His talent agency says he passed away peacefully this morning at his home in Connecticut with his wife, Elaine Taylor, by his side. More in his life from CBS is Steve Caven, Christopher Plummer had complicated feelings about the film The sound of music in which he played Captain von Trapp. Father of the singing von traps. It turned him into an international star. Yet for years, he was critical of the musical. Describing his role as sentimental and gooey. The movie was There were too many nuns and it Plummer preferred character parts he portrayed 60 minutes journalist Mike Wallace in the Insider. You corporate lackey. Who told you your incompetent little fingers have the requisite skills to edit me and Sherlock Holmes in murder By decree, Watson, What are you doing? Steve Cave and CBS News. Christopher Plummer was 91 years old CBS NEWS Special
"mike wallace" Discussed on WTOP
"As we look back at King's life, we look at his career, which included a national radio show that was carried here on W. T O be back when we're on the AM, dial only and joining us to talk about that. Mark that King left in the radio world is Jim Bohannon, host of the Jim Bohannon Show Heard weeknights on our sister station AM 1500 Federal news Network. Jim joined me earlier and talked about Filling in for Larry King before taking over his time slot in the eighties. Yeah, I think back of Larry as a very friendly guy. He was when you fill in for a legend, and he had already become a legend. By the time I filled in for you, you wonder if you're gonna run across Real prima donna jerk. He was anything but he was very friendly, very open. Ah, great self promoter, and I know some would take that. That maybe as a negative, but not really. I thought he was very positive self promoter. He simply wanted to get the word out that he was there at Larry was very inventive, creative and persistent and doing so. So it was. It was great fun looking at Larry's interviewing style. What made him different from all the others? Larry was different because of the fact that he didn't let his opinions get into the picture. He didn't let his ego get into the picture. Larry had a very healthy ego, but not when he was on the air. He asked straightforward questions. Some have accused him of sauce balling it, but I'll tell you something about his softball style. Yes, he was not confrontational. He was not Mike Wallace. He got answers. Because people when they talk to Larry felt comfortable. Larry wasn't out to get them. Larry was not the set them up. And as a result, Larry got real answers that more confrontational interviewers didn't get so I think that his so called softball style really served him and the audience very well. Do you think that was part of the reason he would get some of the guests? Others couldn't? Oh, absolutely without question. He got gifts who simply would not go on other programs because they were defensive or sensitive or or what have you and they Do that. Larry would ask the questions that needed to be asked, but he would not do so in a set you up, got you kind of manner, and he got many guests who would not go anywhere else. That's very true. And as we look back on his life, what do you think his legacy will be? His legacy for? One thing will be that he rescued Radio. I think in a time when radio needed rescuing after World War two, of course network programs that comedies and the dramas had drifted to television, and at the time it was assumed that network radio there was no place really for network radio. Except for newscasts. Larry showed that programs could actually exist at the network level. You didn't have to be purely local, a lot of issues a lot of subjects. Where universal and he did that I know. Many people said that Rush Limbaugh saved a M radio and in some ways I suspect he did. But Larry proved that the concept of network radio was viable..
Her Dark Plans: Stacey Castor
"Talk about Stacey Castor. Who was born? Stacey Daniels and she was born in we'd sport which is a little town just twenty miles from Syracuse. Her Dad was a car salesman. Stacy had assistant brother named Darcy and Jamie off. Three of these kids went to school in the weeds. Port Public School System. His sister became a nurse. Her and her brother worked for large toy company. Now Stacy had plans to become a lawyer or maybe a paralegal but in his senior year in high school. She met and fell in love with twenty four year old guy and that kind of derailed all of her plans. It did so this guy. Is Mike Wallace? This was a good looking guy. Here's the life of every party. And he was the first guy who wasn't turned off by Stacy's height of six feet. Well in her mind yeah in her own. Mind our own mind. She felt like that was really not liked by the guys that she was that tall in. Uh this was a little bit of a strange situation anyway and not just because of the six seven eight year age difference. Mike had been married before he'd been married to Stacy's third cousin. Nancy I had to look up. What a third cousin meant and that is people who are related at the level of their great great grandparents. That's barely related. But anyway that's distant but she did know her. Yeah well I mean if you live in. The same area sure should be acquainted with absolutely now. That can time a little bit Nancy. Who was mixed first wife? She become pregnant with another guy's child in nineteen. Seventy nine is back when she and microbes seventeen so make an answer got married and they raised two children together. When was his stepdaughter renee? And they had a biological son James that Nancy and Mike's Marriage was just disaster. You know you could have kind of predicted that the coach you while they fought a lot and Mike was in and out of jail for his partying ways he had. Dui is and even had domestic violence charges so even though Mike had been abusive to her. Nancy always defended him and she would claim that he had a big heart but he was just raised in a family with some generational domestic violence so basically saying he was a product of his environment. well a lot of times. That's the case not always right right. Hopefully people can break away from that but I think it usually does take some self awareness and some therapy and it seems to me to be kind of an easy way out of things. Yeah you can say well. I'll blame it on my parents or my upbringing. Well it can be a cop out. Yeah for sure so after six years together. Nancy and Mike did get divorced. No big surprise there but it was just in time for Mike to fall in love with another high school senior and that was stacey he barks. O School. Seniors doesn't he. Yeah and it didn't matter if he was a high school senior anymore. He still liked them. Route so stacey and Mike Got Together he was working as a setup operator at mcquaid international. Pretty good job. This company manufactured Heating Cooling and building management equipment right in nearby Auburn so within minutes of meeting Mike. Stacey was already planning a life with him she wanted a wedding honeymoon and then a family with him and she thought they would spend the rest of their lives together but then stacy found out that she was pregnant just months after first. Having sex with Mike and Mike decided he wasn't interested in having another child so he broke up with stacy now of course that didn't stop her from having his child but she lived at home with their parents and she gave birth to her daughter. Ashley. According to friends and family stacy was a good mom in the beginning at least. She was madly in love with her baby. She was inseparable with Ashley and gave her all of her attention. And his Ashley grows up. We're going to see that Ashley. Her mother were really best friends to me. That's not the way to raise a child. Yeah but anyway well. Is there a way to be friends and still be the the parent line through definitely is yeah but if you stop being the parent and your only friend that's bad? I agree or if you're the best friend true true it's really not healthy for the Child. The child needs to go out and make their own friends with their pierce right. Got It but anyway. Stacy found out as many women do that. The bad boy party personality that had attracted her to her baby's father was really a negative when it came to settling down and raising a family together because Mike like to drink and go out with his friends but she was really into him and she didn't give up. She kept seeing Mike showering him with love and attention. And Eventually Mike Did Propose and gave Stacey and engagement ring and she was so happy here. If you look at the photos from Stacey Mike's Wedding Mike Looks Pretty happy pretty carefree. He had that thick dirty blond hair. Kinda longish big huge substantial mullet. Yeah that was one of those straight hair. Mullets that hangs down to like the shoulder. Blades serious mullet. Those were good And Stacey was thrilled about how the wedding when how everyone looked then. The wedding took place in her family home and there are lots of friends there to see her in her. A beautiful wedding dress. Yes so looks like everything's happily ever after to stacy at this point at this point and even with his ex wife. Nancy they gotta lock. Yeah they did. They even invited Nancy and her two kids over for Christmas. One year and Nancy was welcomed to drop off her kids with stacy and Mike for visits in their home. Mike had been in charge and quite abusive in his relationship with the Ansi but she noticed that he was very different with stacy. Stacy was the one in charge in her house. You know wearing the pants as they say and Mike really toed the line. Stacey was sharp young woman really pretty smart and she knew what she wanted to get done and she did it. Still Mike like to go out drinking and he even did some drugs but it seemed like he was really good to stacey when he was home. Andy worked so he provided okay. I don't know yeah. I think there's still some difficulties if he really likes to go out and drink do drugs matter how he is does wife. When he's home right. Sure Yeah but there's no doubt anyone's mind back. Then that stacy was really in love with Mike. Oh absolutely mean to her. He was like a teen idol and she had a crush on him even after they'd been married for years also. Everyone agreed that Mike adored stacey so even though things weren't perfect it seemed to be working for a while but then now three years after Ashley was born. They had a second daughter named her. Bree now Mike Call Bree his little princess and it was obvious that he preferred gre- over Ashley now. This is kind of strange because he fathered apparently fathered both children right betsy. Some people started to question. If you know maybe might doesn't think he's Ashley's father because we know that one of the two children that he had with Nancy when it had been conceived with another man so maybe he remembered that and showed some coldness towards Ashley. Yeah maybe it was even not even a conscious thing right but later on. Stacey would say that Mike's Preference for bree was very hurtful to Ashley that there was an obvious lack of emotion between Mike and his oldest daughter so obvious that she even pointed it out and family photos. Stacey said that she tried to compensate for the lack of fatherly. Love by spending as much time with Ashley as possible so their relationship really went beyond that of a mother and a daughter and they were more like best friends. But you know Ashley didn't remember it that way. She didn't remember feeling rejected by her. Dad are seeing him prefer her sister. She had happy memories of her dad from when she embry were little girls. So when we think about this when we go into talking about her crimes we might realize that. Stacy was kind of playing this up for her own reasons. If share so when stacy and my gut married she worked as an ambulance. Dispatcher and Mike was a mechanic they managed but they didn't have an excessive amount of money didn't do vacation sir other big indulgences. They lived in a two story house near the junior high and high schools in a nice working class neighborhood Mike Stepdaughter. Renee moved in with them now. Rene was pretty rebellious at this point. She was getting into trouble. Nancy Thought Mike might be able to straighten her out. But that didn't happen. Rene continue to have problems and it became apparent that this living situation wasn't gonNA work out. Stacey insisted that rene go back to her mother's house in her mind she was a bed influence on the other kids Ashley and Bree. Yes as she was definitely giving preference to her own biological daughters. Yeah definitely but rene really remembered her time with the Wallace family quite fondly. She had been growing up in trailers with her mom and the Wallace House. Even though wasn't great was okay. After Stacy sent her away she felt hurt and rejected and there was no further contact in fact she never saw Mike again. And she didn't see Stacy Ashley. And Bree until Mike's funeral by the time Ashley a preteen. The marriage is on the rocks. Both Mike and Stacey had been unfaithful to each other. They fought
Philadelphia Eagles, Vikings and Kirk Cousins discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Kirk cousins made his Vikings debut on Saturday and Denver, and look, radio only played one series, but when a perfect four, four, including touchdown, pass to step on days. Last week we should report put the Vikings number one in their preseason power rankings, and we are now joined by vox NFL analyst and former Viking, Greg, jenning. Thank you for joining us on this Monday. This is an easy question for me, but I like your opinion, is Minnesota the best team in the NFL? No, they are not. No, they're not. Philadelphia Eagles are the best team in National Football League. There are most recent Super Bowl champion. They have not done anything that leads me to believe they did not get better. They did not improve going back to the Vikings. However, if if I were to rank them, I would rank them one to somewhere around there. The NFC is so cluttered at the top right now. There's there's so many great teams that have great potential vite the Vikings being one of them. Obviously, we saw where they ended up last year. But here's why I say that they're not when you take a quarterback in case keenum who let's say he was a b to a b, plus quarterbacks his with his performance with this performance. Then you, you take him, you remove him and you insert Kirk cousins. You don't gain that much. You get better in my opinion, but you don't gain enough to where I can just automatically say you're the best team. Now, when I look at the way they lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in that NFC championship game, if they have Kirk cousins, do they win? I don't think so. So I don't give them the throne just yet. They have to prove it in their schedule will let us know real soon whether or not they can handle being one of the bullies in the NFL right now they have a, they have great depth. I love their coach. Probably one of my favorite coaches in the NFL right now and Mike Zimmer. I think his mentality, his approach his his way that he has shifted the kosher there. It's permeated through every single player. Only the players, but the people within the organization, just his approach to the game in his approach to winning. And I don't think that you can just dethrone the Philadelphia Eagles with the moves that they made in acquiring Mike Wallace lowly, NADA, Michael Bennett. All these other guys, acquisitions, let alone they get Carson wins back at some point this season. And that last point. This is why say yes, gift, because I don't know the health status of Carson Wentz currently, and you look at what Minnesota's done with this. You look at their delight limb Bill Joe's Everson Griffen Harrison Smith Kendrick bar. They're loaded defensively offensively. Now they had they were, I think, pro football focus. Bleacher reports. They had the number one receiving core with the day. Rudolph bring down and cook back down and cope with having an unbelievable year before he went down. Now the the thing that separates them that a no break. Owner, if Phillies line is good, as we got next Dallas, they might have the second best offense of land. I believe Kirk cousins is substantial upgrade over case keenum substantial.
Waffle House shooting victim's mother receives daughter's diploma
"Average in the country and this panel of cities san francisco three seventy three and the low averages batch on rouge at two forty five tom foty cbs news about crash in new hampshire leaves two people dead and two others injured it happened saturday night on the piscataway river when a twenty four foot boston whaler struck a buoy throwing female passenger into the water she was found unconscious in the river and later died as did another female passenger boat operator and another passenger were hospitalized the crash is under investigation posthumous honors for a victim of last month's shooting at a waffle house in nashville cbs's elaine kitano has the story at belmont university in tennessee this weekend a grieving mother accepted her daughters diploma the ebony groves was among four people killed last month at a waffle house near nashville her mother was given a standing ovation as she received diploma her son de ngelo also graduated the university announced a scholarship indiana's honor in other news now the worcester funeral home of graham putnam man mahoney is driving a hearse around the state to protest a takeover of mount ida college by umass amherst wbz's karyn regal spoke to the driver mon ida college has one of two mortuary science programs in the state the other is not at umass that's not the only reason graham putnam in whitney is driving around this hearse with lettering saying umass amherst berries mount ida college students and students are our future question mark on the back stephen lunches driving these are not thousand dollar programs we're talking tens fifteen twenty thirty thousand utah's about life affect how you gonna do that to a family just walk away that's not right the funeral home says it's mount ida students who have nowhere to continue their studies in boston karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty pulitzer prize winning historian edwin boroughs has died boroughs and co author mike wallace spent twenty years writing gotham a history of new york city to eighteen ninety eight an epic overview of the city's early days it won the pulitzer for history in nineteen ninety nine edwin boroughs was.