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MLB Playoffs Preview
"Okay. Let's get to the American theories start today obviously the headliner is the the series I'm going to be lucky enough to do starting at seven o'clock. Tonight we've got the Indians playing host to the Yankees you got Shane Bieber Garrett Cole a good old fashioned. Of Two aces one guy you know the best pitcher on the planet two years ago versus Shane Bieber's the best pitcher on the planet this year, what are you expecting in this series? Yeah. Mean this is going to be one of the best games of the entire postseason. I suspect you know what an unbelievable matchup shame bieber won. The MLB pitching triple crown wins the are strikeouts I gotta do that since Johan Santana and two, thousand six, and he not even be the most dominant picture in this game was Garrett Cole is pretty good. I looked up any postseason series game would match up and I might have missed one but the last. Game. One. Battle with a lower co by the area that I found was two thousand fourteen Clayton Kershaw as eerie won the MVP versus Adam wainwright who had a two three yards that year. So there's been some great ones we had Sherzer Colin game the world series last year, but this is just Terrific game one matchup for me the key thing in this series, and in this game, tonight is going to be how clean they play and I gotta say having watched the Yankees a lot this year they have not performed well on defense I was looking at defensive runs saved and there's no perfect measure of defensive play but the Indians were tied for second best in the regular season defensive run save they have an excellent defensive team Garrett Cole was talking about yesterday how the the Indians don't make mistakes in on the other hand. The Yankee seem to make a lot of mistakes the key guy for me in this series, labor. Taurus who has not had a good season he is not played well, defensively what about for you just some other factor that's jumping out of you. Yeah. I wasn't good point on the defense I watch Erin Moods game session the other day Friday or Saturday they made a bunch of airs and the look on his face was just discussed. Because that's been a problem on your ankles. Yeah. Obviously, it's the Cleveland offense. Are they going to be able to generate enough runs and I'm intrigued because yet they had one of the lower homerun rates in the majors. The Yankees allow the most home runs of any playoff team. You Know Garrett call had some of those homerun issues you know in the middle of the season not so much as last couple starts, but the Yankees do give up run so. That's to me. CLEVELAND'S GONNA have to figure out a way to knock it few the fence Jose Ramirez of course has been red hot Carlos Santana, great regular season, but he's heated up a little bit the last couple of weeks. So that's the key can Cleveland hit any home runs off the New York pitching and can the Yankees hit on the road the numbers the road splits for the Yankees this year are shocking. Great. Point. In fact, we had a note saying Sam. Millard this one of the twenty largest home roads blitz I. Forget how far he went back. This was history X. number of years but the twenty largest. Were Colorado Rockies, teams, and the other was the two thousand twenty so that yeah. Huge toll roads blitz this year. The. White Sox and Oakland Plankton a Lucas G Lido the obvious pick for the white sox start in Oakland Hey seuss Lazaro gets the start the young left-hander for the Oakland athletics we had serling the podcast yesterday and she mentioned the white sox fourteen in our game started by left-handers Lazardo left-hander. So I was a little bit surprised but maybe that's kind of where Oakland is with their rotation right now. Now, they don't have a clear number one I was surprised because Lazaros last appearance was actually in relief so I thought they might use them out of the end. This could be kind of a bullpen series for Bob Melvin right buster they had the lowest era In relief many team you know really deep bullpen saw even the Lazardo starting I would not expect him to go deep into this game maybe even just one time through the rotation.
"millard" Discussed on Talk with Oliver
"And I look myself when I think of the opposite, I cannot be around this place anymore because I'm not in sync with anyone mentally physically on strangest glory not you obviously here. And Gee just enjoy whatever. But tons of my spirit minded Jay is all around the world with like minded free awakened people and it's like I need to be out there. Connect you with these people and I cannot imagine bait in the same place than. Literally five minutes if I go somewhere in eastern thinking of the next place, because in terms of energy and mass, it always attracts in a takes energy and raises takes energy raise isn't it keeps getting bigger so you don't move to say. A place and then set for life you keep going get early than Hawaii then like Grand Canyon back to maybe Canada and you keep going with the energies all because the people who have been there before you came from somewhere and they went somewhere else. So if then save journey of kind of when it feels imbalanced, you move on then your different but you're just aware of this pattern before it even happened like you're not supposed to be in the same place trees they say the same and environments stay the same. Undo, she does keep me then. Yeah. I would say There's definitely after having traveled. For the last three and a half years. It's been interesting 'cause it's I haven't been like backpacking haven't been Living like a bull on Gypsy lifestyle but it's been pretty damn close in the last three and a half years I've probably moved at least twenty times and lived with probably at least fifty different people. maybe even closer to like seventy people. Just. Having lived in different communities, spaces, intentional communities, sustainable communities And I would say that it got to a point for me for sure after you know. Living minimalist lifestyle is definitely the best. If you're wanting to travel, you WANNA be able to you know keep your physical belongings relatively. and. Something that I chose to do early on knowing that I wasn't going to be focused on making money was just carrying with me like my quality items knowing that they you have some kind of value and I started giving things away and couldn't onto the universe like, okay I know this isn't like cash money but this is like something really valuable to me and I'm putting it into like my currency into my exchange. Trusting that it will come back to me as it needs to whether it'd be through food or shelter or a ride to whatever location Inside. Just you know had been moving around for like three and a half years of having staff, giving giving it away getting rid of it getting more Steph, giving it away, getting rid of it but also like leaving my belongings at a friend's house getting on a plane and going to the next island. And or even I was super randomly..
"millard" Discussed on Casual Swinger
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"millard" Discussed on Casual Swinger
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"millard" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
"Ahmed founder and CEO of the business of fashion and welcome to be. Oh live. We have a legend with us today for B. O. F. Live I'm pleased to welcome Mickey Drexler. The former CEO of gap and J. Crew and kind of legend in the in the American Retail and fashion world. And I caught up with Mickey briefly on the phone about a week ago and asked whether he would join us today for conversation. Because there's been so much timeouts in turmoil in the American retail landscape over the last couple of weeks I thought it would be really great to have someone like Mickey. Help us all to navigate the changes that are happening and make sense of what's going on and also to paint a picture of what the future might look like as on the other side of this crisis that we find ourselves in so Welcome Mickey to be off lines. Nice to the appreciate it. I wanted to start Mickey Before we dive into the topic at hand if you could just tell us a little bit about how you're doing how your quarantine has been what you doing To keep yourself occupied. I find that everyone is finding new ways to keep their minds and bodies occupant it occupied tile. I'm going crazy I I can't stand still. It's a huge turn for answer. My pants and every day is kind of repeat of yesterday. I have no idea. Tuesday versus Saturday's link. And I get up every morning and not living in a homeless living in a hotel but at such a long story in that makes it less fun. I'M GONNA get up every day. Take a walk with my wife. My kids are one in New York and one's in Sampson and I walked for an hour and a half a long beach here in Miami not on the beach because you're not allowed to and then I come home till the next morning home or whatever wherever I am and life is. I actually like without work. I be dying and this choosing his favorite hobby of mine. My wife is very serious about keeping US isolated Argentine as she should be a so it's it's almost surreal living sway. All of us is just unbelievable. And I don't think anyone really knows what it's going to look like on the other side but it is what it is and I can't wait normal. I do facetime with my grandchild. Some getting to know she's a year and a half and that's my relationship with are in. That's that's like it's not. It's not eas- house. There's a daily routine. I think that we're all developing. I guess it's about injecting moments of connectivity moments of exercise moments of reflection and an moments of work and mixing that all but while being in the same physical space which is kind of challenging. Because it's hard to transition between all of those different but I. I was really excited to talk to you because obviously you know as a as a media publication that covers the global fashion industry of which the the American market still plays an incredibly important part watching from over here in London. What's happening in the retail environment in the United States? It's been harrowing. You know some of the big titans of the American retail landscape are teetering on the edge of bankruptcy some have already filed for bankruptcy some are planning for liquidation including two of the companies that you used to lead an you know. The gap has been withholding rent payments. Furloughing its workers trying to reorganize and restructure its operations and J. Crew has obviously filed for bankruptcy as a way of doing a restructuring of the organizations and they're not alone right this is J. Crew Neiman. Marcus is the gap is his Lord and Taylor as you look across the American retail landscape. It's it's pretty grim out there and so the first question. I just wanted to you to ask you you know. How did we end up here? That so many of these big American retailers find themselves in a position where you know there are teetering because you know the the companies that seemed to be surviving seemed to be seemed to be kind of getting through at least up until now are the ones that were strong going into this crisis. But many American retailers were already Suffering before this all started and this is kind of become the kind of final you know the the proverbial Straw against the camels back so talk to me a bit about how we ended up here in the first first thing I'm GonNa say is Speak to a lot of people every day to work and do whatever most people will say. I have no answer to your question. I mean I have one opinion on how he ended up here with. Most of us don't know what the other sides could look like in my own opinion on and I think statistics There's been for twenty years or so to many retailers too much inventory and I think what's happened because of a corona virus in one short sue. What probably could've happened ten or fifteen years ago. Too much out there to choice to inventory drove down prices drove down margins increase of price. And they're well if you look at Tj. Max I think the biggest most profitable department store in America if not the world and they have a great merchant account rich wanting running at night. I think the great were cheap or is also part of it. I think this just too much square footage for human being in America. It always has. That's one thing. Lack of creativity I think is another thing although with too many stores into choice of what you get is just a deflationary trend in retail nights. We've been going through that. Very simply stated is too much assortment out there too much goods not enough special. Not Enough unique. Lots of commodities Amazon certainly influenced a lot of this and that's life end so could add twenty or ten years ago because I always ask the question an I didn't know none of us knew about this while some people that Bill Gates I guess sold coming is what you do. Then you've named companies if solemn so didn't exist would you miss them and there was so many no. I will miss them if they weren't here anymore. Now what's happening is a lot of going away either. Unfortunately because they have no cash they're running out of cash in. They might be good at what they do and the rest. You just won't miss them and the balance sheet was week when you say their balance sheet was weak you mean they were heavily indebted right overly indebted or plus an I. Don't you know right now? Sitting with all these empty stores with huge Will push people over the edge if they might have survived longer than they probably would discount. It cleans up the landscape of Aqua Lung. Markdown companies and others who sadly will go away because you know maybe they just undercapitalized. And they might be run. Creatively have nice goods. The the report cards not in yet. I don't think it's close to being so if that's the question if if there are too many stores and I think you know there's one statistic that's you know frequently cited that there there's more store space in America. Her customer or per person than there is anywhere in the world by a long shot. So there's too many stores is too many malls. There's too much product There's too many brands. How did how did they all last this long? My first place you know. We'll explain that to me because I don't understand how that can happen. What the the answer. I always get free money out there for everyone. I'm not an economist. A merchandiser in what free money means as maybe lower interest rates are money plus a venture capital like. Oh here ten million years fifteen million. Let's think shot I kind of Bedding in dark half the time I. I sat in Venture Capital Office for my first year at J. crew and I visit with companies and it wasn't very hard to get money who's actually quite easy just to fancy. Dan Presentation Sound. Like you know what you're talking about a with great confidence have no experience. Oh we're going to invest in. You know what I've learned is if they hit one or two or three ten. They're very happy and don't says that they'll talk about it. But I'm not blaming venture capital maybe blaming too much cash around America to take a shot and when I look at the companies are known to be critical. I am like very few things impress. And I'm saying you kidding. You're going to invest in this when his so many of that but I think free money betting taking a shot. I guess in the two Twenty that the deal is makes it very attractive to buy company sell companies and it got us to place where we are in a to a degree. And you know you weren't looking at these with a sharp. I may be in my world in Tarot. It's amazing how people might evaluate opportunity without Kinda doing the surgery you know doing whatever before and money people are different than operate. There were very much different. They probably make more money in a sense because playing money in the not Clinton with and I don't think the playing vision and I don't think they're playing with a down. The road shot now. Drafting said is more start ups and I don't know what's GonNa Happen is my own personal opinion. All this is how many of them are actually going to survive. How many will make money? I'm used to and I started made. Well started old navy. A while I was running. It was a matter profit not a matter out big. Could you get how much volume two right? So basically what you're saying is there's been a lot of capital floating around cheap capital either in the form of debt. That's you know coming from. The capital markets are very low interest rates that enables big investors to take bets on an industry that they don't really understand and so they're artificially in a way propping up some of these retailers that without that kind of you know we talk about. Smart MONEY. Maybe we'll call it not smart money with that. Not Smart Money. It kind of it extends the life of these retailers. Maybe beyond what they would have had if they didn't have that money. And then the people taking ownership of these companies don't really know how to operate them a you. Just you just called yourself a merchandiser right. And I think that's a really important a role for everyone to understand because the role of the merchant as also kind of faded in the in the last few years. There's been a lot more merchandising by numbers and algorithms and data and less instinct and taste and differentiation. So when you walk into stores many of the department stores everything kind of looks the same not just within the store from brand to brand to brand but also between stores so talk to us more about the fundamental importance of the merchandiser and operator in making a fashion retailer successful. Well I do call myself a merchant and that's what I do for living in fact someone said to me the other day we have beautiful stornoway really love Alex meal and they said this ten of us and to people said what we need to work at. What you do is they said. Because you're working like you're you're looking at everything you're working at such a detailed level and don't want someone to help you. I said I'm doing the same thing and looking at every style for forty years. Why should it change now will older now than I was when I started running companies? But that's what I do for a living. I said I look at every style and actually like doing that and I look at every email and I look at every this. I am a huge micromanage. And if you're not a micro manager I don't think you're doing your.
Millard Drexler: I've Learned That Growth Is the Enemy
"The first question. I just wanted to you to ask you you know. How did we end up here? That so many of these big American retailers find themselves in a position where you know there are teetering because you know the the companies that seemed to be surviving seemed to be seemed to be kind of getting through at least up until now are the ones that were strong going into this crisis. But many American retailers were already Suffering before this all started and this is kind of become the kind of final you know the the proverbial Straw against the camels back so talk to me a bit about how we ended up here in the first first thing I'm GonNa say is Speak to a lot of people every day to work and do whatever most people will say. I have no answer to your question. I mean I have one opinion on how he ended up here with. Most of us don't know what the other sides could look like in my own opinion on and I think statistics There's been for twenty years or so to many retailers too much inventory and I think what's happened because of a corona virus in one short sue. What probably could've happened ten or fifteen years ago. Too much out there to choice to inventory drove down prices drove down margins increase of price. And they're well if you look at Tj. Max I think the biggest most profitable department store in America if not the world and they have a great merchant account rich wanting running at night. I think the great were cheap or is also part of it. I think this just too much square footage for human being in America. It always has. That's one thing. Lack of creativity I think is another thing although with too many stores into choice of what you get is just a deflationary trend in retail nights. We've been going through that. Very simply stated is too much assortment out there too much goods not enough special. Not Enough unique. Lots of commodities Amazon certainly influenced a lot of this and that's life end so could add twenty or ten years ago because I always ask the question an I didn't know none of us knew about this while some people that Bill Gates I guess sold coming is what you do. Then you've named companies if solemn so didn't exist would you miss them and there was so many no. I will miss them if they weren't here anymore. Now what's happening is a lot of going away either. Unfortunately because they have no cash they're running out of cash in. They might be good at what they do and the rest. You just won't miss them and the balance sheet was week when you say their balance sheet was weak you mean they were heavily indebted right overly indebted or plus an I. Don't you know right now? Sitting with all these empty stores with huge Will push people over the edge if they might have survived longer than they probably would discount. It cleans up the landscape of Aqua Lung. Markdown companies and others who sadly will go away because you know maybe they just undercapitalized. And they might be run. Creatively have nice goods. The the report cards not in yet. I don't think it's close to being
"millard" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast
Dellen Millard and the Murder of Laura Babcock
"Was a kid that was shunned and pooh-poohed over at the country club at a lot of people in that world new Delon as the rich kid who throws parties for burn outs and high schoolers. Rumor has it that Delon takes things to another level when he brings out a black and yellow toolbox filled with party drugs whole basement set up for youngsters for parties. Tried to make it look club in what takes place. They solders xbox Diet. Tv's and stuff like that so joan. There ain't drugs or some folks down there to grow it from. The police ever attended there for these couple years. We had one get out of control. We had to call the police to GET PEOPLE. People usually usually. It's twenty anyways that night. It was more or something was something posted on. Facebook just one. That's the new airplane hangar in Waterloo. Well sometimes a source of tension between father and son slash president and vice president of Malardier was generally a pretty sweet deal for Delon until any contracts were finalized. It was essentially a place for Dell in the store. His hot rods jeeps and jet skis. It also gave access to mechanics and engineers who would gladly tinker away at whatever projects Dylan through their way. All you had to do was keep the place clean and organized. But he couldn't care less about that. More toys were stored at the sprawling. Millar to state. Police I arrived the night of Wayne. Millar it's death. They noticed none of the fifteen vehicles parked on the property were missing. Most of the mansion gave the impression of a messy. Frat House adorned with airplane memorabilia. Save for Wayne's master bedroom sadly smelling of multiple cats and unchanged litter boxes but in the interrogation room when the conversation turns toward Wayne's physical and mental well-being being in the months leading up to his death delon casually hints at what life had been like since he moved back in with his father over a year ago. Yet depression him. He carried some pretty sadness within throughout life. I never really never really wanted to share it with me. The death of Wayne Millar is eventually ruled a suicide albeit a strange one as the coroner suggests he's never seen someone kill themselves with a shot through the eye as the interview with Dell includes. It's clear they've taken. Everything is told them as absolute truth but for grieving son gives the impression of a tired traveller being mildly inconvenienced by the TSA. Of course looking back on it now knowing the full story at all makes sense because Dell and Millar is a master manipulator the new CEO of Millar who will quickly closed the book on his family's legacy and throw it into the fireplace one year later it's February twenty eleven and twenty six year. Old Sean Learner is throwing a surprise party for his then girlfriend. Laura Babcock also in attendance Dylan Millard. An ex boyfriend of Laura's that Sean does not personally know as the party ends several people including Sean and his girlfriend. Laura go back to Delon's apartment. After limited conversation. Sean describes his impression of Delon as sketchy at a certain point. Sean Witnesses Delon giving Laura a pill unprovoked as a birthday present ecstasy he assumes which makes him a bit uncomfortable. Laura Babcock who has felt lost in life since graduating with degrees in English and drama at the University of Toronto has begun seeking treatment for mental health issues that have taken over her life undiagnosed and with increasingly more erotic behavior. Laura is asked to leave her family home after an incident where she threatens her mother with the wooden spoon sometime during the next year. Sean and Laura break up although Sean still loves and cares for he watches from the sidelines as Laura moves in with a new boyfriend eventually ending that relationship and having him arrested for assault as well as the sexual assault of a friend still concerned for his ex-girlfriend's wellbeing and realizing that she's headed towards a downward spiral. John makes arrangements for Lara to stay at a local days. Inn Motel they convene at a nearby food court. Where Sean Learns? She's recently began working at an escort. Service he loans her an Ipad to help her find a safer more permanent living situation. It is the last time they will ever meet in this same period of spring. Twenty Twelve Dylan Mallard is secretly juggling relationships with at least three women including his ex fiancee and the eighteen year old. He was cheating on her with Christina. New Christina Nude Ga is friends with Laura Babcock. Well I guess the more accurate term is frenemies as much as it pains me to use that word. Both of them have slept with Dylan at one time or another and Lars Birthday Christina decides to text her something along the lines of happy birthday. It was a year ago that I I slept with Delon to which Laura replies. That's fine I slept with him a couple of weeks ago to which an upset Cristina remind. You is the one who started. This mean girls exchange in the first place texts back. Did you miss your medication? Today you're a crazy psycho bitch trying to get my boyfriend. You had him and he lost him give it up Christina. New is a delight a role in all this is far from over but it begins in April of twenty twelve following the birthday text. Meltdown now. A flustered Christina texts her permit skuas Boyfriend Delon whose bruised ego once again for every turn of kindness you showed her. She took it and threw it in my face making me discouraged. Fuck she's like a virus like herpes always there but only shows up once in a while with a whole lot of annoying lesions. There's a difference herpes. You can't really get rid of. It just feeds off you until you die. I. I'm going to hurt her then I'll make her leave fancy myself something of an undercover doctor. I think with the right treatment. These herpes can be gotten rid of well. Dr Millard. How do you propose to remove the infectious disease? I think we're being harmed in irritated by toxins released by a parasite removal of the parasite should alleviate the irritation. I will remove her from our lives. Delon reaches out to a friend of a friend and purchase a wooden handled Smith and Wesson Handgun and on July third twenty thirteen. The day of removal has arrived. Want to just do. This is the last footage of Laura Babcock taken by a friend. Who Finds Laura's private joke of meowing and public amusing and wants her to see? Just how silly she looks. She's been telling him about an upcoming trip to Las Vegas. And when he drops her off at a bus station. July second he feels like she is excited for life while. Nobody's there to see it. The signal that Laura Cell Phone Sends Ping's off nearby towers explains what happens next the following evening July third. The map suggests that Laura is very. Near to Dylan's location. The information won't be revealed for many years data records then trace Laura and Delon's phones as they travel to Delon's home. The two phones move together the next day as well until suddenly LAURA'S PHONE STOPS RECEIVING MESSAGES.
"millard" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"To you finally ready to have you here Millard I understand your aggravated with how I praise credit unions all the time is that accurate well kind of I've heard you go on rants about the evil mega banks know that now and giant monster mega bags exactly and I couldn't agree more I'm proud to say that I'm with the small locally owned banks with less than a dozen branches and very very happy they've been great to me but here in my community which is a metropolitan area of nearly a million people we're dominated by America credit union and it's very very hard to get away from them the smaller credit unions are farming off some of their services to the large credit union so that we get caught in the same loop of no customer service that the big banks have been offering for years are you are are bringing up a very valid point credit unions are going through kind of an awkward adolescence and it's for a specific reason their credit union industry is having to have it because people who are in their twenties and thirties only want to do banking on their smartphones and setting up really really sophisticated apps requires huge money and a lot of smaller credit unions don't have enough funds to super serve there are people in their twenties and thirties who were never going to bank like maybe I did growing up and so to their credit unions are having the bulk up in is they become larger or as they go into these cooperative efforts with other credit unions they become more bureaucratic and not as personal as the experienced people been use to well the problem that I had the large credit union who was that I left them because of problems servicing my mortgage and I refinanced at a much better rate a couple of years ago to my local credit union only to find out that my local credit union was outsourcing all of the service for the mortgage loans to the mega credit unions so when you talk about a mega credit union there is only one shy norm credit union in the country that's a nother Clark term and that is navy federal but even navy federal is like one twenty fifth the size of one of the giant monster mega banks and so the larger credit union and may have some bureaucracy to it it's still relative to the size of even a regional bank right smaller entity and I'm sorry that you felt you weren't getting great service from them but you made the decision and you did another great decisions you went to a small local bank and that's another great choice so I I do support that you are letting your feet walk to where you were happy and where you're getting the best service and that's a great decision on your part and you know credit unions the way they're structured we're going to be generally a better choice than a bank but credit unions are not a monolith they can be good ones bad ones in in between just like there are with banks you're listening to the Clark Howard show this is a commercial announcement newsmax TV is your best source for the latest on the coronavirus story even president trump says he likes newsmax newsmax TV is already the fastest growing cable news channel in America now newsmax is also doing a poll asking Americans if they support president trump's handling of the crisis so take part in newsmax is national poll on your phone just text the word open.
"millard" Discussed on WTRH
"Me when I spoke to him it is free from that I think it was gone from me man made black but it's so sad that he is going to continue with it and we can't have a relationship but yeah god has comforted me although all the years I carried that shame and never felt as good as anybody else once I finally was able to speak to him I felt free in did you have anyone to help you well actually before I talked to him I had told my sister and my daughter a great comfort to me the first time I've ever spoken to anybody about it well that's very interesting that's what my age my daughter was yeah no I understand I have a thought we'll come back to teaching children and Millard.
"millard" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Does I was able to pull out a Millard after his franchise record sixty one points he's the sixth player in NBA history with multiple sixty point games Lillard scoring sixty one on Monday that's the most points scored against the warriors since wilt chamberlain drops sixty two back in nineteen sixty six Daimler franchise record eleven three pointers for the record the rest of the team shot three of twenty four from three point range Lillard was eleven from to our level of twenty from three James harden the rockets news to the funder by five harden took seventeen three pointers in that game he missed sixteen of them Celtic so one thirty nine one oh seven pasting of the Lakers on Monday couple Walker had twenty points dodges date about a twenty seven points to lead everybody on the court twenty third game this season for Tatum with at least twenty points matching his single season career high Lakers largest margin of defeat this season tied for the second largest margin in the lebron James era the worst was a forty two point loss to the Pacers about a year ago this one was a thirty two point loss ESPN analyst Tim Legler start the game legs golf eight nothing right off the bat on the block three shots at the rim they get to three danser layoffs it's eight nothing to start the game it looks like they're in a completely different energy level to Boston what changed really was when Brad Stevens inserted in a scanner into the game he was eight for ten in the first half and he destroyed the Lakers on the glass he had six offense rebounds they have thirteen as a team I believe in the first half and I just thought his physicality against the biggest front line in the league because when you put the brought out there you got value out there or Howard and you got Anthony Davis nobody plays front lines that are that big in the league except the Lakers so you have to have somebody that's willing to go in there and willing to throw a few elbows clear some space and go get the ball off the glass I thought can or turn the game with his energy level and his offense rebounding and then that triggered them the rest of the game their pace defensively you know there there want to to chase guys off the three point line how fast they were playing all offensively it was fun for a night to see the balance that we love about this team that I haven't seen enough of over the last few weeks of Jayson Tatum was great tonight Jaylen brown Hey were Campbell all of the players you had great nights the Lakers they just shake it off it's one of a kind he'd said it right there ma'am what and when yeah they try to go in the third quarter and I got the thirty and after lebron came out of the game is just like you know it's one of those I just eighty two games they've been the best team in the Western Conference without question you're gonna have nights like this now it all of this happened on the road against a lottery bounty that this was in Washington or Atlanta tonight maybe don't feels good about it but nobody said Hey this is a team that can get to the finals they were up for us they played great we didn't play very well and when that happens in the NBA with two really good teams you get a twenty or thirty point game you don't have too many of them lebron will get this team back on track ours Lakers hundred third he nine points allowed to their most in any game this season and it comes at a thirty two point loss but the Celtics are larger Mart largest margin of victory over the Lakers in a regular season game since nineteen sixty three he a one eighteen one thirteen win over the kings for Miami their NBA best nineteen and one at home this season the best twenty games start at home in franchise history the kings their fifth consecutive loss tied for the second longest losing streak this season for the nuggets sits another game another way in either.
"millard" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Was able to pull it off Millard after his franchise record sixty one points he's the sixth player in NBA history with multiple sixty point games Willard scoring sixty one on Monday that's the most points scored against the warriors since wilt chamberlain drops sixty two back in nineteen sixty six they lowered franchise record eleven three pointers for the record the rest of the team shot three of twenty four from three point range Lillard was eleven from to our level of twenty from three James harden the rockets news to the funder by five harden took seventeen three pointers in that game you missed sixteen of them Celtics a one thirty nine one oh seven pasting of the Lakers on Monday couple Walker had twenty points on just ten about a twenty seven points to lead everybody on the court twenty third game this season for Tatum with at least twenty points matching his single season career high Lakers largest margin of defeat this season tied for the second largest margin in the lebron James era the worst was a forty two point loss to the Pacers about a year ago this one was a thirty two point loss ESPN analyst Tim Legler the start the game legs golf eight nothing right off the bat on the block three shots of the room they get two free danser layoffs it's eight nothing to start the game it looks like they're in a completely different energy level to Boston what changed really was when Brad Stevens inserted in a scanner into the game he was eight for ten in the first half and he destroyed the Lakers on the glass he had six offense rebounds they have thirteen as a team I believe in the first half and I just thought his physicality against the biggest front line in the league because when you put the brought out there you got you got me out there or Howard and you've got Anthony Davis nobody plays front lines that are that big league except the Lakers so you have to have somebody that's willing to go in there and willing to throw a few elbows clear some space and go get the ball off the glass I thought can return the game with his energy level and his offense of rebounding and then that triggered them the rest of the game their pace defensively you know there there want to to chase guys off the three point line how fast they were playing off instantly it was fun for a night to see the balance that we love about this team that I haven't seen enough of over the last few weeks of Jason Tate was great tonight Jaylen brown Hey were Campbell all of the players you had great nights the Lakers they just take it off it's one of a kind he'd said it right there man what I wouldn't yeah they try to make on the third quarter and got the thirty answer lebron came out of the game is just like you know it's one of those I just eighty two games they've been the best team in the Western Conference without question you're gonna have nights like this now it all of this happened on the road against a lottery bounty that this was in Washington or Atlanta tonight maybe it'll feels good about it but your body so Hey this is a team that can get to the finals they were up for us they played great we didn't play very well and when that happens in the NBA with two really good teams you get a twenty or thirty point game you don't have too many of them lebron we'll get this team back on track ours Lakers hundred third he nine points allowed to their most in any game this season and it comes at a thirty two point loss for the Celtics are larger Mart largest margin of victory over the Lakers in a regular season game since nineteen sixty three he a one eighteen one thirteen win over the kings for Miami their NBA best nineteen and one at home this season the best twenty games start at home in franchise history the kings their fifth consecutive loss tied for the second longest losing streak this season for the nuggets sits another game another way to buy.
"millard" Discussed on WRVA
"Not called the last early sixties and now I don't go up there I'm going to be on my roof tomorrow and I'm not looking forward to it yeah clearly got us out of bad enough yes Sir so what what you do is buy the better callers remember if you buy the collar over them by the collar that there's there's a defect it's on you but you know what you can buy it buy it at a supply house that way you know have the river do it and wait till it gets a little bit warmer in Concord eighty all I do is I you were about you're good we we can hear and good trip I plan on and I better not trip off that roof both of I got a pain some dormers looking forward to this not eight three three eight oh for eleven forty Millard yeah I had a good new year to you thank you we made another one I don't new year's is is arbitrary to may I am I celebrate the new year on may twenty second it would open that would be a birthday absolutely I'm not put and tell people that have people tell me what year it is based on them it's me so what I'm trying to live you life set up some time that I haven't seen the ball drop in will forty years of I was it was terribly boring so don't worry about it well I'm not a Largo so what can I do for you I hear you're told him and also you call on that road rage in parliament there sure is very slow one mom problems real good and I tried to solve the yellow one the problem is if you can think it has a lose all factors and they gave me a generic version of what was originally there and we're going to your area and all of that but it is not working right now as you get any news of of ocean of speak it or one is from a big box store I and now warning do I go back.
"millard" Discussed on Crime Junkie
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Now police and the medical examiner were called to the scene and their brief investigation ruled the death. A suicide Wayne was lying in bed. There was gun on the floor next to his body open and shut they said but now investigators wondered if maybe it wasn't so open and shut. Maybe they'd made a mistake. Because maybe Wayne Millard had found himself on the wrong end of his adult sons. Killing spree. Delon was after all the one who found his father's body that morning and when questioned at the time he told investigators that he was staying with a friend of his father's death and of course you won't be surprised at at all to know that the friend that he claimed he was staying with was mark. Of course. Now here's the really interesting part. I think at the time of his death. People in Wayne Circle like employees employees and associates were actually told that his sudden death was the result of a brain aneurysm. They had no idea that it was ruled a suicide so there wasn't even even anything for people to be suspicious of his employees and associates. Didn't even realize what had really happened until Delon was charged charged with Laura's murder and then Wayne's murder and that's when the people close to them learned like the truth about what really happened to him and I think if they had known like the real you'll cause of death like maybe his employees could have raised alarm bells a little bit sooner because the story among employees when they actually got talked to was was that Wayne was threatening to cut off his son financially. Like basically they knew that Dylan was spending way too much money not taking any responsibility for the family business snus and like kind of trashing. This family business that his father and grandfather had worked so hard to build up Wayne had basically gotten to the point where he wasn't GonNa sit by anymore and watch. His only son ruined the business that he worked so hard to build so he was about to cut him off again. All of this is going on and nobody really knows that because at the time police were like open shut and then everyone decides to lie about how he died so like the right. People weren't connecting now once investigators reopened this this case. Luckily they did have physical evidence to revisit. Specifically there were these X.. Rays that showed the bullet and its trajectory through the eye and police had kept the gun that assumed weighing used when like the death had happened when it seems like it was a suicide will. Wouldn't you know it. The gun had Delon Alan Millard. DNA on yeah and more than that Dylan had purchased the gun like it was the one that he had bought in the days before Laura Babcock's disappearance disappearance and probably I don't know this for sure but probably the same murder weapon and you know it's so interesting when I look at this specific case because recently I I was talking with a retired state police investigator from another state and he had some really good insight. He said you know back when I was running my squad like I taught every investigator investigator to treat every death scene like a homicide. I like. It doesn't matter what it is like old guy in a nursing home woman found the side of the highway or even a scene. That looks a lot like a suicide. Treat it like a homicide. I because it's so much easier to like back down from a homicide to a suicide than to go the other way around right. So as a part of the reinvestigation the coroner who ruled the death as suicide at the outset admitted that it was the first time he ever seen someone die. Hey by suicide with a gunshot through the eyes so he was new to him I guess but like he said it seemed clear to him at the time fine but he could like see looking back on it that maybe was his inexperienced. Here's the part that like I can't chalk up to inexperience. Apparently even at the time like Nick even though they thought it was probably a suicide. They tested his hands for gunshot residue. There was no gunshot residue on Wayne's body like anywhere of course there wasn't so yeah I guess like I don't know how you rule that a suicide like I'll never figure that part out it doesn't make sense. It's to me so during his initial questioning. When police like originally investigated Wayne's case and decided it was a suicide Delon told police that his father was was lonely? He drank too much he was having problems with the business and like some of that was true. Wayne did have known issue with alcohol but at the time he was in a new relationship relationship it was going. Well they had this spin off aviation business that he spent years building for his sons and was close to opening doors to the customers alike. Yes he might have had some problems with alcohol but like everything else in his life seemed like it was on the upswing right. The morning his dad had killed himself dylan was cool as a cucumber. Speaking to police like on the morning that he supposedly found his dad dead comb collected. I mean I guess. Not so calm that it raised flags but he was like definitely cool. Definitely collectives enough to be notable. Yeah well he has so much so that police didn't really question him because as far as I could find they never tested his hands for any kind of gunshot residue because if they would have they likely would have seen something there in the end Delon and mark were tried an convicted in two separate trials for the murders of Timbo Zeman and Laura Babcock for their crimes. They'll serve two life sentences back to back with no possibility of parole for fifty years for the death of his father. Delon was found guilty and was given a third life sentence with no possibility of parole for twenty five years to be served consecutively. After his other sentences total he'll serve about seventy five years before he's eligible for parole and when that time comes he'll be one hundred and two years old. Okay so there's just like one thing that's kind of still unresolved for me so I feel like we're all reasonably sure that Delon Ellen himself was responsible for the death of his father and for Laura Right. Yeah I'm I'm pretty sure okay but Tim. Bozeman was a complete stranger ranger to both guys like. What was the motive and for that matter like who actually pulled the trigger if they were both convicted? Yeah see that's the thing the evidence it doesn't tell us who pulled the trigger but the crown didn't necessarily have to prove that in court Bay said that those details like who actually held the gun who fired and it didn't matter. It only mattered that Dylan and mark both knew what was happening that night and that they were basically in it together overall the case against both of them World largely circumstantial and tied together with like this digital footprint of texts and calls and web searches and photos like all that stuff that they left behind. It's interesting because at the trial they pretty much admitted to killing Tim Bozeman but each of them were pointing the finger at the other. The majority of the defense's case was is built on exactly this kind of finger pointing Delon said that he was surprised when mark fired the gun from the backseat of the truck. During test drive that basically like mark was high a and he was shooting on accident and mark said he wasn't even in the truck when the gun was fired he was falling behind in. Dylan's SUV like the whole trial is like this back and forth and back and forth finger anger pointing finger pointing but when mark eventually went to trial like these were separate trials. The courtroom also heard from two young men like high school students who had bought drugs eggs from mark. They said that mark actually confessed to them later that summer and according to those kids mark told them that he had killed girl burned her her body and threw her in a lake so to even go back to your thing like hey we think Dell and killed his dad and Laura. I don't even know about that heat. Mark might have had a a bigger role in Laura's death as well but we will never for sure. No which is the truth or what. The full truth is and as for motive people people really struggled with this in the early days of Tim Bozeman investigation. And frankly I'm still struggling with it now like sadly it seems like the motive was simply a truck a truck dylan. Millard could have easily purchased with cash if he wanted to. But if you're looking for a better why and it's hard not to. There really really isn't one to be found here but I would say you know. It's hard to find upside in all of this. I would say like Tim died senselessly but it was his case and the diligence. Everyone who worked it that I think stopped a monster who knows where his succession of thrills would have led eighteen or how many victims he would have taken in.
"millard" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Now. Police may have a suspect in custody. But they still don't have Tim Bozeman. Tim's family and friends. Even investigators were hopeful but the mood had started to shift. It had been five days since that test drive. No one had heard from Tim if he was is alive somewhere. Like what kind of shape would he even be in at this point now. Police weren't speculating publicly about the outcome but their actions spoke volumes volumes. The case was being led by the Hamilton police homicide squad and when reporters asked if this meant that it was a murder investigation police would only say. It was as a missing persons case with unusual circumstances. The community did all they could to like surround and support the Bozeman. Police would say that in total over seven hundred. Tips came in from the public about Tim's disappearance and many of those tips did help inform the investigation. Now one of those tips led police to the home of Delon Miller's mother whose name was Madeline Burns now when they pull in the driveway of this like well appointed home home they notice one thing immediately a giant vehicle trailer parked in the driveway and when they look inside the locked vehicle trailer which which was registered to. Dylan's family business. They find a dodge Ram pickup truck. The Dodge Ram pickup truck. Tim's pickup truck ironically enough though when they find it it's Sunday may twelve mother's Day and this is when they find it on Dylan's mother's property now inside the truck police find shell-casing gun powder residue and fingerprints belonging to Dylan sprayed with luminol and viewed under a black light. They could see blood evidence and signs of cleanup now again. This is great. We have more evidence however still still no ten. Yeah and we're getting less and less hopeful now because I mean we have tim struck. We have tombstone. Don't have ten. But we have signs of someone shooting shooting a gun and cleanup so the police again not releasing this to the public are more and more concerned. That what they're looking for at this point is a body now. During this time they were also searching other properties owned or associated with the family and Delon himself owned four properties. A house farm land into condos. Police were at the farmland property when they ran into this guy named Chaz main now this guy liked to like bomb around the property on his a t. v. and according to an Brocklehurst reporting chas didn't know or had in fact never met Dylan even though Delen had owned the property operative for several years that he was like tool around on his ATV wet but even though he didn't know him. This guy was valuable to the investigation. He tells police he's that he'd seen some strange stuff on the land. Not Creepy strange just strange strange like heavy equipment equipment including an excavator stuck in the middle of a swamp and what he called a redneck smoker in the woods. So police are like okay. Why don't you show us what you're talking about? So chaz takes them to this clearing in the woods where he'd last seen what he called that rednecks smoker. You're just a day prior and it was a decent description like it certainly looked like basically a giant barbecue but it wasn't it was six feet tall ten feet long connected to a one hundred pound propane tank like this is not the kind of machinery that you see every day or maybe even ever. I've never seen anything like this in my entire life. I've I would. Maybe say that. I've possibly seen something like this at like a butcher. who also does barbecues on the weekends? We literally did like a hog roast years and years and years ago my family did and we had like this metal. Hello container thing. And it was still wasn't even that big like it's massive and so on this massive thing there. Is this like metal tag that reads needs small and large animal cremator -t's a- product southern breeze fabricators. So this isn't just like a barbecue. You this is a cremation device and on the side in red letters was something that it looked like delen had put on. He had named the device. He named it the eliminator now given the size of this machine. Police had the same concerns that you and I just did like like. This isn't made for a barbecue. You could fit in entire person living or dead inside so with a little trepidation. Then they check inside but it was empty however not entirely empty inside. The incinerator. were several very small tooth and bone fragments now unfortunately when they take those to be tested there wasn't even enough there to test for for DNA and even if there was the high temperature in that incinerator basically destroyed everything but even without usable DNA. Once the experts arrived they were able to confirm that the bones were in fact humid not some kind of animal bones so once the police knew that they were dealing dealing with actual human remains. Police called in one of Canada's leading forensic anthropologists Tracy Rogers right away in fact it was she who climbed climbed into the eliminator to sweep out every last bit of bone and ash and she's actually the exact same person who several years prior had led the team of experts. Experts and students to identify remains found Robert Pickton's farm who we talked about like a month or so back so this lady like the professional the lady in the area now now the sum total of what Tracy pulled from the incinerator weighed about like five hundred and three grams or just over one pound and police were certain this was all that remained of Timbo Zeman so the scene inside the truck and the remains within the incinerator told a frightening story of Tins. Last stay alive investigators. Were now sure that he had been murdered that his remains had been destroyed. And that Delon Millard was responsible for all all of it after notifying Tim's wife and family. Police announced that their search for Tim. Bozeman had come to a heartbreaking conclusion and that Delon Millard would be charged with first degree murder on May twenty second two thousand thirteen. Hundreds of people gathered at the Hamilton Church to remember Tim. Bozeman and lay his remains is to rest and throughout all of this the people of Hamilton and throughout the province of Ontario. We're just dumbstruck. Like was this man really killed over a truck by two complete strangers. one of whom again didn't need money at all and the biggest question though is there were two stranger so we've got one of them behind bars. But where's the other guy who is the other guy. At least one of the public's lingering questions was answered later for that very day when police announced that they'd made their second arrest in this case a twenty five year old man they mark Smith he liked delon in Millard would be charged with first degree murder now. Mark couldn't have been more different from his friend who he called Delon. The Felon Mark was a high school dropout. Who Gotten by from the money that he made selling drugs his chosen job got him into a good deal of trouble with the law? This guy was like not an upstanding citizen and in this documentary called the devil had a name produced by the CBC one of the People Interviewed said that mark quote clung onto and looked up to de Lillard and based on everything else that I've read about this guy that's a pretty apt description for their relationship. Being around Elon gave mark access to things he would have otherwise never had money Moseley but there were other like comforts and thrills that like money can't buy that like delen Ellen had access to. He was just one of several hangers on that swirled. Around Ellen Miller life what police learn is that the two had spent the last several years ears stealing vehicles and equipment at random sometimes just to destroy it. It's not like they were even selling this or using it or just the thrill oh it was for the thrill all while flying completely under the radar so that was kind of the question. Police were asking like was Tim's death and unfortunate result of a vehicle. Theft gone wrong. Or was it the culmination of what one friend of the two men called a quote succession of thrills us now at about the same time. The police were arresting mark and charging him with murder. They got an interesting tip about a cold case that would take their murder investigation and blow it up into something much bigger..
"millard" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"On the evening of May six two thousand thirteen Tim. Bozeman put his two year old daughter to bed and began into pace. He's waiting for this guy who's supposed to come by to test drive his truck they plan to meet at seven but by now it was nine o'clock doc. Now he knew they were coming. They called around like seven thirty to say they're on their way from Toronto. But now it's almost dark and like he's like let's just get the show on the road already so while he's waiting for them he's kind of talking to his wife bought the people coming over and he's asking like do you think I should like go with them for the test drive or just like give them the keys. He's let them do it and she's like yeah. Of course you go with them like we want our truck to come back. Don't you don't give a stranger so finally well. After nine o'clock to men arrived for the test drive and it's no wonder they were late because they show up on foot and this is a little unusual usual in general. But you know like they're there to buy a car maybe they didn't have one of their own fine. But what makes this feel. Extra strange was was that Tim and his wife Charlene lived in this. Like Very semi-rural area. That's an hour outside of Toronto. So this isn't a place that you typically like get to on foot but whatever like any kind of worries or just brush off their finally here and the bones were hopeful that their truck was finally going to sell it was costing more than they're willing to pay repairs and upkeep and they really needed the cash so Tim Bozeman smiles at his wife and says he's going to be right back he gets into the truck drives away and the time starts to pass a little more slowly and when an Our passes and Tim still hasn't returned. Charlene begins to really worry like this was just a test drive even if they wanted to take the truck on the highway. It wouldn't take this long. Something isn't right and she knew that he charged his phone that evening when he got home from work so the fact that she was making calls to him and they're rolling straight to voicemail is making her even more concerned like she knew was charged. He should be picking up but yet every single one was going into voicemail so she starts calling around to friends and family but no one has seen or heard from Tim. Her bad feeling begins to grow and she couldn't sit sit around and wait anymore so charlene reports her husband missing to the Hamilton police. By the time the Sun comes up on May seventh. Police were already starting their ground search urge with officers and their canine unit. which just goes to prove that you can file a missing persons report as soon as possible? Yeah absolutely like there's no time limit. I mean that's one of the things we've heard over and over cases people being told by police. You have to wait time. I would hope now. It's two thousand nineteen like everyone knows. That's not a thing but if something happens if someone when you know where to go missing you have to wait no amount of time. So when police assigned to Tim's case start looking into his life they find that by all accounts. Tim had been living a totally normal life. He went to work every day. He came home to his wife and his young daughter. They had built this home in an Castro Ontario. Like he's active in his church in his community like literally. According to every source I read for this story from like books to local media national media. He was not the kind of guy to just up and walk away or disappear disappear so when he did disappear people noticed and like I said they start this search right away. In addition to the ground search police also set to work work on getting the public's help to locate Tim's black dodge ram truck like it's big it's flashy. It's hard to miss. They think this could be the best opportunity for someone to find him him. If we find this truck I and it turns out someone had seen the truck in Brantford in this is about twenty minutes from the Bozeman home and at about ten after ten on the night that Tim went missing. And you know what else they found in Brantford. Is it like to hopeful to want them to find him. Well that would make for a really short episode so no. They didn't find him but they did find his phone now. On the one hand the investigation seemed like it was moving pretty quickly like again like the night of the truck spot the next day. They're searching they find the car they find him. He's we're actually developing but on the other finding the phone without Tim mm-hmm meant that he had likely not disappeared on his own. which again I mean people have been saying all along but like that confirmation? I'm sure people were holding out hope that this was all just a misunderstanding uh-huh but they at least had his phone now and they needed to dive into the records they knew from Tim's wife Charlene that the men who had come for the test drive had contacted him by phone at least twice wants to set up the time and then another to basically alert him that they were GonNa be late so police had this number and maybe that was going to lead them to tim so it was super easy to get the number but when police track the number they also get a name Lucas Bait eight so according to live trial coverage by Adam Carter of the CBC police went to great lengths to find this Lucas Bait person they track down where the phone is purchased and they go get surveillance footage but they weren't able to get the surveillance footage so too much time had passed at that point between when it was purchased and when they were looking for it but they were able to get an address for Lucas beat now he's address was one in a nearby neighborhood of Toronto so not too far away but the address led them to somewhere really unexpected it led them to a highschool highschool a high school that had never heard of Lucas beat so of course the police realized this phone is a burner and I'm sure most of our season junkies know Oh what a burner phone is but it's really basic phone with basic service Nobel's no whistles like you have to register it but you can register it in bogus names bogus Addresses right contractor. Anything really official tied to it. I mean you you could just be anyone. It's basically registered to a ghost and this is what the situation is here and unfortunately even though we have this number it seems like the name we have is fake and it doesn't offer any new information. But here's the thing. It wasn't wasn't a complete dead end when police access the phone call history which they could do. They see several other Toronto area numbers burs listed as outgoing calls so the imaginary Lucas Bait led police straight to the man who would blow this case wide open and the man who was the key to this case was named eager. Now it turns out Tim. Bozeman wasn't the only diet with a dodge Ram for sale eager had one listed on line two and it turns out a few nights. Prior to Tim's disappearance eager had taken can two guys on a test drive and his story sounds just like the one charlene Bozeman told her husband now. Two guys arrived at his house now on foot looking to test drive a truck now. The only difference is that Ebor came back and Tim. Bozeman did not okay but like what's what's the difference like why take him but not eager. Well so there's woman named an broker hurt who wrote this book dark ambition and she also covered this for the Toronto Star. According to everything she wrote. Police said quote that he was a very large individual who could easily have overpowered the suspect. So I think Egos Gore was a much bigger guy and presented like a bigger challenge for them than maybe Tim would have so as police talk to eager about his experience. I mean we have now a living witness of likely. The two guys who took Tim eager tells them that one was a smaller guy. In a baggy sweatshirt with his hood pulled up and the other was a taller man carrying a Satchel and sporting a small tattoo on his wrist. That read ambition so now police were actually getting somewhere aware so this is when they take this information and they go to the public to ask for help. Find a guy who carries a Satchel and has an ambition tattoo. They said so within within hours the phones are ringing and not once but twice to other Ontario policing agencies are the ones that are calling though and they say we know who your guy is so on May eleventh. This is just five days after Tim. Bozeman went on that test drive. Police announced publicly that they've made an arrest out of nowhere. It seems they arrested a man named Dylan Millard. When police originally were brought to him mm-hmm Delon looked like he was the last person you would have picked out to kidnap a guy in steel? His truck there's this article from Robin Levinson King being of the BBC that gives a perfect life and times overview of this guy. He was basically twenty-seven he's the heir to a multimillion dollar aviation business during his grandfather. Yeah and then continued by his father at fourteen dollars a record. He became the youngest Canadian to fly a helicopter and airplane Solo on the same day. His life wasn't perfect though like six months before all of this happened this whole Tim. Bozeman thing went down. Dylan's father had actually died suddenly surprising everyone everyone in the community especially those closest to him now his parents had also divorced. Wendelin is really small and it was exceptionally hard on him but as he got got older and like grew into himself Dell became kind of a party boy with this big social circle he would host friends on the weekends. He even moved people in when they needed needed. A hand and like his social circle included no shortage of young women and it would come out later that was like Kuwait the cazenove like dating eating and sleeping with multiple partners. He also owned multiple properties in Ontario. He had like several luxury cars. He usually bought them in cash and his friends would always estimate that he was worth between ten and twenty million dollars. So why is he ceiling trucks. So that's the thing that doesn't make sense right right like he didn't need to he could've walked onto any car lot anywhere and just bought one in cash and it's his friends say that he used to do and again. That's why when and police were like pointed to him. None of this made sense. Why is this guy kidnapping a guy for a dodge ram truck? When he's got like a lot of luxury cars? He has multiple multiple homes. Like it wasn't fitting. It didn't seem like the profile right right. So the night police finally brought Dylan Millard in was like a scene from a movie according to the CBC BBC police surrounded his car guns drawn and placed him under arrest in his front pocket was three hundred and fifty dollars cash and three black latex gloves when they search his car on his key chain were the keys to. Tim Bows Men's truck.
What Is the U.S. Presidential Seal?
"SMART is open open is smart. IBM is combining their industry expertise with the open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential essential. Let's put smart to work learn more at IBM dot. com slash red hat welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartmedia. Hey brain stuff lauren bogle Bam here over the years you've probably noticed the emblem emblazoned on the side of Air Force One. It's also attached to the podium from which the US President gives speeches and appears on official White House stationary and invitations a railroad locomotive painted to honor president didn't George H W Bush is decorated with it. It's the seal of the president of the United States of America the presidential seal look similar with slight differences to the great seal of the United States the official symbol. That's impressed upon official documents such as treaties and commissions the precise design of the presidential seal was detailed an executive order ninety-six forty-six issued in October of Nineteen forty-five by President Harry S Truman. It's specified that the seal depict an American Eagle that's holding ending an olive branch in its right Talon and a bundle of thirteen arrows to symbolize the original thirteen states and it's left while clutching in it's big a white scroll inscribed with the motto Eh Pluribus Unum Latin for out of many one behind and above the Eagle. There's a background of radiating glory depiction of rays rays of light crossed by an arc of thirteen cloud puffs below which there's a constellation of mullet sergeant which are five pointed compass stars that image is surrounded by a ring of white stars symbolizing the current fifty United States and around that another circle with lettering seal of the president of the United States though the presidential seals precise origins are unclear it was clearly inspired by the great seal that national symbol was adopted by the continental congress in in seventeen eighty two after secretary of the Continental Congress Charles Thompson merged ideas from several committees into a sketch that subsequently was modified by Herald Thomas the spartan that's according to the State Department's Nineteen seventy-six official history of the great seal written by Richard S Patterson and Richardson Dougal but at some point. US presidents decided that like the British monarch. They needed their own personal coat of arms as well. We spoke by email with Matthew Castello senior historian for the White House Historical Association. He said that the great seal quote was the official symbol of the United States federal government not the office of the Presidency Eh as such some president simply used the great seal while others thought that the president should have their own distinct seal. Castilla explains at least several throw presidents in the eighteen hundreds created their own seals incorporating. Whatever flourishes appeal to them James K polk for example used his own seal on the proclamation of war against against Mexico in eighteen forty six Millard fillmore came up with his own slightly different version which he sent to Maryland Postmaster engraver Edward Stabler to make in eighteen fifty Lincoln used a personalized seal as well. A presidential seal didn't actually appear on an invitation to an event until eighteen seventy seven Kevin according to Authors Patterson and Dougal President Rutherford B Hayes who was hosting a dinner honoring Russian Grand Duke Alexis Alexandrovich made the invites look fancier zero by placing them with a seal that featured an arc of clouds raise and stars between the Eagles wingtips but the Haze Eagle was thinner in scrawny than today's robust looking eagle and its head turned toward the bundle of arrows rather than toward the olive branch in Nineteen to President Theodore Roosevelt ordered yet another other presidential seal to be installed on the floor of the White House entrance hall. He commissioned a french-american Sculptor Philip Martigny to create a new one Martigny drew on the Hayes design fine but added a few changes including engraving the phrase the seal of the President of the United States in that circular border Truman who didn't like Martin. He's work had removed emplaced elsewhere in the White House during World War Two President Franklin Roosevelt who was fascinated with insignia asked experts to redesign the presidential seal they came up with the idea of adding ring of stars to represent. All the states and having Eagle Face the olive branches rather than the Arrows to emphasize the desire for peace rather rather than war that design was the one that Truman approved in nineteen forty five and it's been used ever since in nineteen fifty nine and nineteen sixty President Dwight Eisenhower and how updated it by adding stars for Alaska and Hawaii. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake Jake Hydra and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff. It's production and I heart radio. How stuff works for more this and lots of other official topics that our home planet has stuff works dot com and for for more podcasts from iheartradio. 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"millard" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"What is it? Now. How no idea. Wow. I mean, who who is this person Millard Fillmore former around president of the United States, go muehler Allard from I didn't even know this is I know what his full name is Millard Fillmore. So it is a trick question. No middle name. No, just like my mother, Ruth, Cody. No middle name. Uh-huh. You're a trick. Trick question, man. I don't have a middle name either really have often off, you know, I've solicited opinions as to what I should choose as a middle name of. But I started that when I was like twenty two album pick the middleman. No, not Al is the Al Gutierrez. Yeah. Alicea a Goto generic name that I use for everything Al Hamilton album guilty, cutting now mcgillicuddy L Amilton, I can't pick a name that's short for something and not be the full name. It should rhyme with Izzy. That's a great idea is he dizzy. Things that rhyme with Izzy can you can you create your own middle name if you don't have one. Yes. Tire name if I want to you could legally right or aimed at Greg Cody junior and get my FBI or f- PF. I don't know what it is. He FBI PI by the way the institution, and this is also because I'm hungry. I'm just gonna note to those of you who thought that I was complaining about everything in life and Joan enjoy food. I'm going to have pizza with the rest of the group thing about that. You wanted to make sure that we got then crested if you haven't. But it's fun. Do you ever want to make that that Dallas Seahawks pick? Sure, we'll do that next. Let me tell you about Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and begged his mom to let them stay on the ice by some nights. He even slept in its hockey skates. Peach practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven p three lines TI just wasn't that good. So he threw his skates in the trash. But then he heard how DIKO proud partner of the NHL good save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch..
"millard" Discussed on WRVA
"Over to Facebook. You're looking for radio cats on Facebook RA, DIO KABC radio cats on Facebook, and you can see Millard the Mallard in action. I've got him in a posed in a couple of action shots here. The radio factory and already John Reid. Lusting after him. No John wants Millard. And so now, I gotta figure out what I'm gonna do Millard was given to me Nancy came in. Specifically the present me with Millard. She's had it since she was a little girl back in the nineteen sixties. And she wanted me to habit. What to do what to do what to do? Well, I think for the time being I'll simply lauded over John mock him incessantly with it. But you know, Christmas is coming who knows? But if you want to see the pictures of Millard, the Mallard while Millard is still in good shape. Head on over to Facebook looking for radio cats are ADA. Okay. ATC Barbra Streisand has a brand new anti President Trump song outs. And she wants you to know about it. And let me see what she wants you to know. It's an anti Trump song. But it's not really an anti Trump song. But it's an anti Trump song. Here we go. Lection became mortifies kind of an terrified. And so I had to use my creative energy to I had to put it somewhere. And thank God. I have music in my life. So I can. I have a forum. I have a way to express my feelings. And I mean every morning, I literally was afraid to turn on the news. I'm not singing to him. I'm singing about him. And actually, if you listen to the lyrics at first, you know, you don't know who I'm singing to it could be a relationship song. An argument break up the marriage. My lightening me people lie. I've never responded to lies lies. Get me. Crazy. So that's a big motivation for me writing. That's all I'm in shock every day. When I turn on the news. And I hear what he said yesterday at the UN boasting about this is the best presidency. But you see I can only then through my tweets. So when he says things, you know, then I I try to answer. I don't know. But it lets me feel better. You know, if frees me from. I don't even know what from such stress. So all I can do is write about it..
Off Your Mental Game? You Could Be Mildly Dehydrated
"One hour hike if I were hiking moderate intensity for an. Hour I could reach about one and a half to two percent hydration this equates to sweating out a little more than a leader, of water, for an average size. Person and at this level of dehydration the fee Feeling of thirst is just beginning to kick in but already we can be affected in subtle ways from changes in mood too muddled thinking dehydration Qadhafi. Negatively affect performance which is really important and relevant because most people wouldn't even, know or be able to perceive normally that they're one and a half percent dehydrated. So what exactly begins to happen when we're mildly dehydrated Mindy Millard Stafford of Georgia Tech, says it's long been known that this. Affects our physical stamina heart rate tends to be. Higher the core temperature is also greater and then the work just feels. Harder and there's new evidence about how this level, of mild dehydration influences mental performance we find that when people are. Mildly dehydrated they really don't do as well on tasks that require complex processing or in tasks that. Require a lot of their attention, take for Example a recent study that included. A bunch of young healthy, active women somewhere students others have jobs and. They all agreed to take, a bunch of cognitive tests Nina stock and fell of. Yale school of, medicine and the Pierce, laboratory led the research she says during the study. The women restricted fluids for one day they were told to drink no more than six, ounces we did manage to, dehydrate them by one percent just by telling them not to drink for that day one of the tests they took is designed to measure cognitive. Flexibility it's a card game requires a lot of attention, since the rules keep changing throughout the game even in these kinds of tests where there's no. Physiological effects really you can see. With mild dehydration effects on executive, function when they were dehydrated the women. Made more mistakes the complex game seemed to trip them up when the women. Were dehydrated they had about twelve percent more, total errors but after they rehydrate it we were able to improve executive function back to normal in other words to the baseline day When they rehydrated this is, just one small study but a body of evidence points to. Similar. Findings and yukons Doug Kass at thinks it's worth paying..
"millard" Discussed on 101.5 FM WORD
"When you were little you may have walked around in your dad's shoes well as an adult that practice can help you come to the point of forgiveness millard in amy grant share next on keep the faith i'll go say you two two.
Owls Can Hear Sound Beneath Snow
"millard" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"As boys millard fillmore and andrew johnson were indentured servants school in this early form of contract labor the master for all intents and purposes owned the servant for the length of his contract which was usually five to seven years the rights of an individual servant were in many respects comparable to the rights of a slave which were few obviously vilmorin johnson naturally didn't enjoy this type of servitude andrew johnson ran away the taylor he was indentured to placed an advertisement in the raleigh north carolina gazette offering a ten dollar reward for the capture in return of the future president unfortunately for the taylor johnson was never caught and went on to become president of the united states what an amazing i had no idea no you ever heard that straightening note fill more was indentured to a cloth maker and after serving his masters for several years he finally purchased his freedom for thirty dollars which is probably more like three thousand at that time he should look that what would it be whoa in what would thirty dollars be in today's number in today's money in about eighteen twenty also the confederacy at one point actually offered to abolish slavery strange you bet since that was what the civil war was fought over to begin with but they knew the imminent collapse of the government was coming so confederate president jefferson davis in march of 1865 notified england and france that the south would be willing to abolish slavery in exchange for diplomatic recognition.