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"mr albright" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

08:16 min | 2 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

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Rocket can do a little golf coming up next Shane Bacon, who was out out of wink foot walking the course get the sense of what's what U. S. A U. S A. U S open tomorrow they won This was interesting, so this was kind of out of nowhere. I know he's pretty active on social media. I don't follow him. We said we'd just get Francis's up here. Mike Francesa just retired. New York radio legend, No doubt Um and Mike tweeted something about Odell. I feel like because a lot of people still like retweeted stuff and a couple of websites that basically follow his every move. Still, so I feel like I see I see a lot of mikes tweets. Ah! Let me just make sure Great win for the Islanders aren't something about LeBron Nuggets? Ah or Shelagh? Yeah, He's right there. Shell has become a really good player. Third baseman Aaron Judge back tonight for the Yankees, by the way, Sweet All right, So a lot of Yankee stuff what the local stuff, obviously and I guess he went on. Okay, Here's the one He was going on the Giants pretty. Hardy did not get along well with their GM. I don't know if he knows Joe judge at all. But he says Giants will never win under the leadership of this front office. Guy. I don't think it was anything special, either to be totally honest with you. And then he writes, I guess it's shortly after that. I hear the Browns comma who are clueless comma looking to trade Odell. All right. So over the one thing, Frances, it does not do now. Listen when he was added at the apex, and certainly it at his apex, I mean, he was He was on top of everything in New York, right? But he's not one of these guys who pops on social media and break stories. You know this might happen. I'm here in this that that's that's a little bit out of character. So My personal rule. Any time somebody Put something next to their name that is, you know whether you love Mike or hate him that is a respected Forecaster. I mean Mike's alleging again. I know Mike Mike's a pain in the behind sometimes, but the guy's a legend and for him to do that, to put his name next to it. I think he would just do that. I don't know that Mike feels this need to remain day to day relevant. I could be wrong. I could be wrong. I don't think he's the kind of guy that would just throw that out there because when you're on the air for, you know, basically 30 years in New York and To my knowledge, You've never been called out for just flat out making up a story. We're not being well sourced because, you know, he knows everything that's happening at the garden is obviously piped in with the Yankees knows all those guys. Um, he those Mets order shit very well. Everyone. Tiki broke the story about Stevie Cohen. Mike came in our studio basically basically confirmed it. So Francesa says that He's going to get raided. NFL reporter Benjamin Albright. Quickly tweeted after source tells me report of Brown's actively shopping Beckham is false. All right. There's a little nuance in that statement for Mr Albright, who I don't know. Personally actively. See to make actively. Yeah. Amir they open Tio Ah, 9 1/4 could be the Jets Yellow. Yeah. No. Now, What do you think? In Joe Joe Douglas? Or the Niners? A John? Yeah. Receivers, huh? You've got some issues out there. Yeah, we would be open trade. No, BJ. What you think it? Let's talk You know that's different than pick up the phone and holding them. You're not doing the job If you don't answer the phone when somebody's calling you to talk business, much like I tweeted with Jamal Adams back in April, which is still in my account. Somebody calls you up in his reckless in their pursuit of Jamal Adams, and by reckless I'd find that is multiple first round picks and a viable player. And by all means you got to pull the trigger. Joe Douglas did. The point is Odell Beckham Jr. Whether he's traded tomorrow, which you won't be whether he's traded before the deadline. He could be depending upon where the Browns are whether he's traded this offseason, which he probably will be. Odell Beckham Jr is quickly quickly. Turning into one of the most disappointing talents of all time. That's what he's turning into. He's no longer must watch. He's no longer special until proven otherwise. Not that I think that it's let this body but the production is not. They're just not there. So you know, Here's a guy who, you know, for all the commercials and all the tweets and all the drama, which to be fair to O'Dell has subsided the last year or so, outside of the ridiculous, stupid watch that he wore week one got find Ford Ward again. You know, it always has to make it about himself. But you know, there was going to be 28 in a little bit more than a month, which is not old, but suddenly 28 you know, you only 28 in your receiver, which means you're almost 30 and your receiver, and you're also 28 with receiver. As receiver with, you know, a pretty chequered medical history. Memory pulled this handy right away when he was drafted. He's had food issues. He's missed a lot of games. I guess that would be 2017 only played. Over 13 games. He's had a chequered medical history and you know, I just it's it's mystifying that for all Of the talk the conversation all the love all the run. Odell Beckham Jr gets you look upon his pro football reference Dotcom page, which I just popped up and there's one. Well, there's two I'm sorry. There's two Bolds what is from his rookie year, where he averaged 108 yards per game receiving number one in the NFL, which by the way was 2014. Free Kaepernick. Three Kaepernick kneeling Think about that. How long ago? It's been since Beckham's done anything that led the league in anything and that while the other one was, what is this yard's? Ah Scrimmage yours per touch. Next time Here's somebody referenced that. Give me a call. I've never heard it referenced not saying it's not interesting indicator, but he wass First in the NFL in 2016. So in 2013 2014. He led the NFL yours per game and then a 2016. He's let you lead the NFL than yards per taught you after after catch. I mean, There's that's a whole lot of nothing. For the enthusiasm and the energy. That's spent on Odell Beckham Jr. 2017. Yeah. Here it is. 2017. He plays 12 games. The next year. He misses four games. You know, last year he actually played old all 16. And now this year, you know he's healthy, but all he was hobbled a year ago in anyway, only four touchdowns like I don't know. The guy's had 13 touchdowns in the last three plus years 13 touchdowns in the last three plus years, so I don't know..

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"mr albright" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"This was interesting, so this was kind of out of nowhere. I know he's pretty active on social media. I don't follow him. We said we'd just get Francis's up here. Mike Francesa just retired. New York radio legend, No doubt Um and Mike tweeted something about Odell. I feel like because a lot of people still like retweeted stuff and a couple of websites that basically follow his every move. Still, so I feel like I see I see a lot of mikes tweets. Ah! But let me just make sure Great win for the Islanders aren't something about LeBron Nuggets? Ah or Shelagh? Yeah, He's right there. Shell has become a really good player. Third baseman Aaron Judge back tonight for the Yankees, by the way, Sweet All right, so a lot of Yankee stuff but the local stuff, obviously and I guess he went on. Okay, Here's the one He was going on the Giants pretty. Hardy did not get along well with their GM. I don't know if he knows Joe judge at all. But he says Giants will never win under the leadership of this front office guy. I don't think it was anything special, either to be totally honest with you. And then he writes, I guess it's shortly after that. I hear the Browns comma who are clueless comma looking to trade Odell. All right. So what think Francis. It does not do now listen, when he was added at the apex, and certainly it at his apex, I mean, he was He was on top of everything in New York, right? But he's not one of these guys who pops on social media and break stories. You know this might happen. I'm here in this that that's that's a little bit out of character. So My personal rule. Any time somebody Put something next to their name that is, you know whether you love Mike or hate him that is a respected Forecaster. I mean Mike's alleging again. I know Mike Mike's a pain in the behind sometimes for the guy's a legend and for him to do that, to put his name next to it. I think he would just do that. I don't know that Mike feels this need to remain day to day relevant. I could be wrong. I could be wrong. I don't think he's the kind of guy that would just throw that out there because when you're on the air for, you know, basically 30 years in New York and To my knowledge. You've never been called out for just flat out making up a story or not being well sourced because, you know, he knows everything that's happening at the garden is obviously piped in with the Yankees knows all those guys. Um, he those Mets order shit very well. And when Tiki broke the story about Stevie Cohen Mike came in our studio basic basically confirmed it. So Francesa says that He's going to get raided. NFL reporter Benjamin Albright. Quickly tweeted after source tells me report of Brown's actively shopping Beckham is false. All right. There's a little nuance in that statement for Mr Albright, who I don't know. Personally actively. See to make actively. Yeah. Amir they open Tio Ah, 9 1/4 could be the Jets Yellow. Yeah. Now, What do you think? In Joe Joe Douglas? Or the Niners? A John? Yeah. Receivers, huh? You've got some issues out there. Yeah, we would be open trade. No, B j What do you think it? Let's talk. You know that's different than pick up the phone and holding them. You're not doing the job If you don't answer the phone when somebody's calling you to talk business, much like I tweeted with Jamal Adams back in April, which is still in my account. Somebody calls you up in his reckless in their pursuit of Jamal Adams, and by reckless I'd find that is multiple first round picks and a viable player. And by all means you got to pull the trigger. Joe Douglas did. The point is Odell Beckham Jr. Whether he's traded tomorrow, which you won't be whether he's traded before the deadline. He could be depending upon where the Browns are whether he's traded this offseason, which he probably will be. Odell Beckham Jr is quickly quickly. Turning into one of the most disappointing talents of all time. That's what he's turning into. He's no longer must watch. He's no longer special until proven otherwise. Not that I think that it's let this body but the production is not. They're just not there. So you know, Here's a guy who, you know, for all the commercials and all the tweets and all the drama, which to be fair to O'Dell has subsided the last year or so, outside of the ridiculous, stupid watch that he wore week one got find Ford Ward again. You know, it always has to make it about himself. But you know, there was going to be 28 in a little bit more than a month, which is not old, but suddenly 28 you know, you only 28 in your receiver, which means you're almost 30 and your receiver. And you're also 28 with receiver as receiver with, you know, a pretty chequered medical history. Memory pulled this handy right away. When he was drafted. He's had foot issues. He's missed a lot of games. I guess it would have been 2017. He only played Over 13 games. He's had a chequered medical history and you know, I just it's it's mystifying that for all Of the talk the conversation all the love all the run. Odell Beckham Jr gets you look upon his pro football reference Dotcom page, which I just popped up and there's one. Well, there's two I'm sorry. There's two Bolds what is from his rookie year, where he averaged 108 yards per game receiving number one in the NFL, which by the way was 2014. Free Kaepernick. Three Kaepernick kneeling Think about that..

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"mr albright" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:06 min | 2 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Rocket can do a little golf coming up next Shane Bacon, who was out out of wink foot walking the course get the sense of what's what U. S. A U. S A. U S open tomorrow they won This was interesting, so this was kind of out of nowhere. I know he's pretty active on social media. I don't follow him. We say we just get Francis's up here. Mike Francesa just retired. New York radio legend, No doubt Um and Mike tweeted something about Odell. I feel like because a lot of people still like retweeted stuff and a couple of websites that basically follow his every move. Still, so I feel like I see I see a lot of mikes tweets. Ah! Let me just make sure Great win for the Islanders aren't something about LeBron Nuggets? Ah or Shelagh? Yeah, He's right there. Shell has become a really good player. Third baseman Aaron Judge back tonight for the Yankees, by the way, Sweet All right, So a lot of Yankee stuff what the local stuff, obviously and I guess he went on. Okay, Here's the one He was going on the Giants pretty. Hardy did not get along well with their GM. I don't know if he knows Joe judge at all. But he says Giants will never win under the leadership of this front office. Guy. I don't think it was anything special, either to be totally honest with you. And then he writes, I guess it's shortly after that. I hear the Browns comma who are clueless comma looking to trade Odell. All right. So over the one thing, Frances, it does not do now. Listen when he was added at the apex, and certainly it at his apex, I mean, he was He was on top of everything in New York, right? But he's not one of these guys who pops on social media and break stories. You know this might happen. I'm here in this that that's that's a little bit out of character. So My personal rule. Any time somebody Put something next to their name that is, you know whether you love Mike or hate him that is a respected Forecaster. I mean Mike's alleging again. I know Mike Mike's a pain in the behind sometimes, but the guy's a legend and for him to do that, to put his name next to it. I think he would just do that. I don't know that Mike feels this need to remain day to day relevant. I could be wrong. I could be wrong. I don't think he's the kind of guy that would just throw that out there because when you're on the air for, you know, basically 30 years in New York and To my knowledge, You've never been called out for just flat out making up a story. We're not being well sourced because, you know, he knows everything that's happening at the garden is obviously piped in with the Yankees knows all those guys. Um, he those Mets order shit very well. Everyone. Tiki broke the story about Stevie Cohen. Mike came in our studio basic basically confirmed it. So Francesca says that He's going to get raided. NFL reporter Benjamin Albright. Quickly tweeted after source tells me report of Brown's actively shopping Beckham is false. All right. There's a little nuance in that statement for Mr Albright, who I don't know. Personally actively. See to make actively. Yeah. Amir they open Tio Ah, 9 1/4 could be the Jets Yellow. Yeah. No. Now, What do you think? In Joe Joe Douglas? Or the Niners? A John? Yeah. Receivers, huh? You've got some issues out there. Yeah, we would be open trade. No, BJ. What you think it? Let's talk You know that's different than pick up the phone and holding them. You're not doing the job If you don't answer the phone when somebody's calling you to talk business, much like I tweeted with Jamal Adams back in April, which is still in my account. Somebody calls you up in his reckless in their pursuit of Jamal Adams, and by reckless I'd find that is multiple first round picks and a viable player. And by all means you got to pull the trigger. Joe Douglas did The point is Odell Beckham Jr. Whether he's traded tomorrow, which you won't be whether he's traded before the deadline. He could be depending upon where the Browns are. Whether he's traded this offseason, which he probably will be, Oh, they'll Beckham Jr is quickly quickly. Turning into one of the most disappointing talents of all time. That's what he's turning into. He's no longer must watch. He's no longer special until proven otherwise. Not that I think that it's let this body but the production is not. They're just not there. So you know, Here's a guy who, you know, for all the commercials and all the tweets and all the drama, which to be fair to O'Dell has subsided the last year or so, outside of the ridiculous, stupid watch that he wore week one got find Ford Ward again. You know, it always has to make it about himself. But you know, there was gonna be 28 in a little bit more than a month, which is not old, but suddenly 28 you know, you only 28 in your receiver, which means you're almost 30 and your receiver, and you're also 28 with receiver. As receiver with, you know, a pretty chequered medical history. Memory pulled this handy right away when he was drafted. He's at foot issues. He's missed a lot of games. I guess that would've been 2017 only played 12 or 13 games. He's had a chequered medical history. And you know, I just It's it's mystifying that for all Of the talk the conversation all the love all the run. Odell Beckham Jr gets you look about his pro football reference Dotcom page, which I just popped up and there's one. Well, there's two I'm sorry. There's two Bolds what is from his rookie year, where he averaged 108 yards per game receiving number one in the NFL, which by the way was 2014. Free Kaepernick. Kaepernick kneeling..

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"mr albright" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

Yesteryear Old Time Radio

07:09 min | 4 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio

"Now let's get back to the. Great Gildersleeve is made careful preparations for this evening's festivities, taking care of both the outer and the inner man forties exterior a new suit for his interior. He is insisted on blending Mrs ransom services of Birdie for the evening now his cup of joy filled, and splashing over yielders approaches Leila's house with Joanne pipers arm tucked snugly through his own. This is where she lives. Right next door to my house. Oh, I didn't know that we're good friends. Neighbors that is I, think you like Ms. Ranson I'm sure I will she so kind advice me? She's an older woman of course, but she's a darn good sport. Leila's lots of fun. Did. You mean I? Think so somebody. It'll be long the minute. Help Birdie fancy finding. You hear good evening, sir, good evening Ma'am good, evening Birdie. May I have your rat man? Thank you. Why so formal Birdie you act like you never saw before. Mrs Ransom told me not to get into any conversations with the guest. Take your coat Sir Code Oh. Yes, yes, yes, thanks! I just hang in here in. The new. Afternoon. I, never saw it before mine. Sean US you British. Mr Gives me by. You. Oh. Shoot my mouth. Mandate here. Do, hope. You'll forgive me good evening. Hall Ngo Joanne High for. show glad to meet I. Would acute fresh that had used? She looked down. Well thank you. I can't tell you how much I appreciate. Your invitation. Mrs Ran All. I'm delighted to have you actually. It's exciting to see a new face Tom Athena. Lead talk go into the Polish. Excuse me, MS RANSOM! You want me to serve them little doodads now. The canopies. Yes, but you may shares them canopies. Down in Shabana, everybody shows. You wouldn't think of having a dinner party without canopies. Sudan, won't you? Miss Pipe book banning wire. On the Couch Joanne, it looks awfully comfortable. That's a good. How do you like Shama Theo mich- Piper I think it just sweet little town, don't she? Everyone here has been so nice to me. I'm crazy about it was the same way with me when I came all I down home. Everybody was show kind especially. You thrive, Ma. Ella neighbors you know have to be on good terms with the neighbors. Mr Gildersleeve it's been very kind to. Brand of Dr. Him is a friend of mine. Joanne lives with Dr Nita Leila's. Now I just loved. AFTENADIR. He's darn. I meant to go to church on Sunday but I was still quite tied for my trip. You might if he should is I'm sure he won't. I don't think he keeps track Betty knows just the same. Arrays with a canopies. I do hope you like them at Piper thirty. Doorbell I'll get it Leila, please. Can I injury? No reason to get panicky if you take panavision patch them that he can go to the bell. that. Give me the TRAE Birdie Yasser Shall I bring him right in. Just his hat and coat, Baddie and then math. Canopy Madam La Nursey at. Booz welcome. Leila better. Go and greet Ma gashed. Who is it anyway? She's awfully. He's true. Blue Leila's. Why did you tell me she was? She's older than you are low. That's what I meant I meant. I wouldn't think of her as old particularly. Both about the same age she. US. Present Leonard Algebra. How do you do what you do is Piper. Jealously, Mr Albright do how are you Mr? Go to sleep seems to me I've seen you somewhere before. Of cars you. At the Bank Michelle Rod. Is it the first national I couldn't think that's where I met you when I opened the count last week I remember Ms Piper. Ma You get into pass. The canopy show Mr Albright would like one. Oh sure. Where to go. These smoke tramps with tease missed our ride. I hope you like them ventilation. Thank you I believe I have another one rock Ma. Damaged Iraq won't anyway. There's plenty of room here on the couch. My seat. You can shit here by me Throckmorton then we can both reach the smoke shrimps but I. Really are pretty good. You're at the bank say O'Brien yes, sir. Well I guess I'm one of your biggest customers. Not Personally, but my department together sleeves the wild. Commission A missile bride. visit distinguished policy mich- pipe, a public official and a bank. A bank could give Dinna potty rare distinction, don't you? Oh, yeah, well. I'm just an assistant cashier of course. That doesn't make any difference. Oh, it must be so exciting. Canton ten dollar bills all day long. been there very long. Have Y'all bright. No I have that is A. I was in office, boy at the bank and forty one, and then I went in the army. Oh, what did you do in the I was in the air, corps? You're GONNA be seventeen. How thrilling! Thrilling Glad to be back in a nice safe, but did you fly over Germany? Were you ever shot down over Germany? We'll sort of. It was over the French border we. Don't think Mr. Alright wants to talk about Johann. Veterans don't like to remember their wartime experiences. Oh, I'm sorry I didn't realize. Speaking, flying I almost crashed myself once. What's? Not It, no, you never been up in applying one time I was considering flying, and if I had taken the plane I thought of taking I remember the day the seventh the May. The ship ran into a terrible storm and almost crash. Tissue might've been killed. That's right. I am flown..

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"mr albright" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's a tough job that being said all right is one of more Eric good guys in the business again I'm just better than you all right you're the worst NFL reporter with the blue check mark on this website I guarantee I know more about the league view just by watching it for twenty years well first of all the check marks are white the backgrounds are blue and you might know more than me do you think you can handle this job come take it from me Benjamin al bright is things can who can't handle being intellectually you know live by a stranger intellectually he alive you misspelled my last name with that right in front of you like the L. is right there also your sense doesn't make any sense because it's missing two words you know cool you totally bested me in that battle smarts home the response that I wonder if you did a poll of people that want to punch you or didn't I wonder what the results would be a hundred percent match rate the face absolutely right in the face somebody ran a poll in or would you rather plastic I sent that tweet for me thank you the pretty tough to be more hated biased Broncos podcast extraordinaire Albright you are a clown I get to do so on the one hand or stand by for the Broncos on the other hand they sent a biased against the Broncos won just pick a lane and let me know which one it is and then I'll be your clown about that Bozo all all break blocked me you just broke my heart LMAO grow up little I mean are you if anyone would care and obviously you're not blocked because I'm looking at your account right now as I do this yeah okay snowflake can suck it so if we can suck it no I'm not gonna suck you suck it this is morning yes but that Mr Albright you squabble like a four year old how did you get where you are by being very good at what I do I think that is it for this edition of mean tweets try to be more creative next on these were boring there you go well done well done yes there's a lot of editing.

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"mr albright" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

06:01 min | 6 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Conversation still here returning your grades don't now who do we have on the phone line this one apologize for early I get furloughed so so then they brought me back we got Isaiah from ATO are there go head Hey a brother Robert can you hear me yeah he just won all right great great show up first on say man the true measure of a man it's not how will he have handles braver but how will he handled adversity so the first caller you know he had a adverse position being you and probably many folks who happened to be black hair and I really admire the way you handled it in obviously you know the lack of gas you had had a different opinion but it the issue from my perspective if the jury I think you know the community has done a great job and helping to bring forth an indictment and it starts there it starts with having the right people you know in the prosecutor's office the DA's office you know on the bench all that's very important but we have to understand the problem that we have in the community is the jury selection so that that's when you can good evening that the people can be completely in the world but if the jury finds favor with them for any reason they go at a mall you know so in the did the jury in that particular town with people make better relax all that good turning with band may be true in order to get you all that you made the same may be true but the juries make the big to want to send a message to other people lack a mark in the community Hey don't cross the line but we don't know that we hope that that doesn't happen but it could happen so I think that's something that we have to add that as the people you know more to gain more leverage in dealing with jury in jury selection you know so I think that something important real quick another thing I want to say you had another call the call about boycotting and I think that that's something that we have to do you know I've been on a boycott for fifteen years or so of many industries and I I think that we finance our oppression you know anytime you have an issue like did if you can find the people there are the people and for the companies in industries that are important your opponents if you could find a way to boys track them and let it be known that you're boycotting them all you do is we can your appointed opponents platform imposition and anytime you're going to war to happen that you have to do that out real quick you were saying something about with getting in about the mortars and the slave trade and all that and I think that the issue a lot of people have a belief and ideology and you know we weren't there we we have history books and all that but the bottom line their study to indicate that we were here before Christopher Columbus and everybody else came in that yeah people who look like the Apache Indian the people who look like you and act you know so what do you call us more than business people whatever you call the from mass that he did indicate that we were calling act just like Africa unified Vietnam I just watched a documentary on Vietnam that was a phenomenal documentary they were colonizer colonized in the meat eighteen fifty bar fridge you know so that happen here they within that there is an up and down the Mississippi River you know to you know confuse that and you know bring up bring about all packed the confusion among our people they did bring the people over here from Africa but from from my study they're not that the fifty Katie who have brought over hands in tens of millions of people from Africa we were already here so I want to I want to touch on one of the points that you are making about juries I think that's a very important point having that's why it is crucial because one thing the Reverend Jackson I rebel pushes done is send a letter to the department of justice demanding a federal investigation into the depravation to add the violation of the laws of the civil rights of Mr Albright and to ask for department of justice investigation into hate crimes charges against the McMichael's because fundamentally much of what you said it is what we think what we've experienced all throughout the history the civil rights movement where you're not getting justice for local juries and therefore you need the federal government to step in and take a look at our Chaney Goodman and Schwerner back in the nineteen fifties there were you cannot get justice for local juries you want the federal government to step in and end that federal civil rights division do you still have a lot of holdover from the Obama administration you have a lot of people were appointed by Clinton and I think we have a better chance of getting a fair investigation and a fair outcome from the federal government they're from the state government look Gerald what do you think about the idea of having a federal investigation they could jump to the G. B. R. prosecution yeah I think we definitely both investigations simply to make sure that justice as a quiet Salih in this case and I do agree with the caller we have to be focused on the jury and that's why at the end of laci P. were pushing a push to register people to vote because most people don't understand that the city of Brunswick is fifty nine percent African American but they're only eight thousand African Americans posted thirty thousand that a red she devotes so we can get people registered to vote we can have a a greater impact on the panel that's going to be selective out of the jury rolls because as you know Robert the jury rolls off from the voter registration so we have more participation in boating we'll have more individuals that.

"mr albright" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Two seven zero three get you involved in the conversation still here also Brandon Tatum so he went over the the trespass of the property we went over the citizen's arrest and why it why I argue that it does not apply to you argue it does apply so when it comes to the shooting itself explain why you believe they can invoke self defense in this situation well this is quite simple to me is that I'm already initiated the contact if you look at the way that he ran around the truck I mean they're parked in the industry Marbury is running on this computer the top side the northbound side in the in the opposite in the south outside so Amman armors running on the southbound side of the road traffic initially he crosses paths the double lines over to the northbound side around the truck and he ends up making contact either at the front of the truck under the driver's side which is near the double payment line so if you look at miss arbors path he takes the roundabout path and he initiated and and somewhat consider attacked Mr Travis Michael and they begin to fight over the saga now Mr Arbury had an opportunity in this is going to come into court I believe we had an opportunity to run backwards left right continue around the throat exited ranges right past seven Marco but he ran and ran directly as well as with Michael and began to get in a physical altercation for the gun and I think it's going to be problematic from a starburst is because they're going to show that he had a reasonable a reason to believe that they were conducting all claiming to conduct a citizen's arrest he noted that he had been involved in something you should've been doing his while he lay it on the unoccupied structure and then multiple witnesses on the case support and people in the community have reached out and and and may statements to me about the fact that there was multiple people out telling him please stop please stop it you know and people were trying to fill in the stock before any of the shooting happened so when it comes to self defense and I think people need to need to realize this and I'll leave the the separatists that you hear and people can draw their own conclusions when it comes to self defense if you're the life is in danger they can conduct of the fence CGA law fifteen dash three dash twenty one if if you support the fence once confronted with a deadly force situation an individual is allowed to use deadly force to defend himself and others let's see we can go to co sixteen three days twenty one dot one George's no duty to retreat law an individual is not required to back away from or submit to an attack so if people can sell the most are very attacked tribes Michael which it appears that you did says Michael has no duty to retreat and if you feel like he's going to die if the individual takes his gun from him you can utilize that a force at the defense consult this is where we have the problems that one you said that Mr Arbury running away from the construction site wasn't indicia of criminality a proof that he had committed something wrong not a felon never wrong I never read it was proof it was reasonable if they develop a reasonable suspicion they said he should ran away wondering Michael's confronted him I don't believe that those things can't be true you just have to carry a gun in past the truck hello I think we're finally clear possibly nine three nine I didn't say that he should've ran for now I'm saying if if Mr arbors defense is that he was fearing for his life at any point I'm not talking about the burglary I'm talking about now that people are presenting to the fans that he's up there for his life you would you would assume that I mean if if you like me to do a run from the direction of danger you would run through an attack a person with a gun when you have many outlets to go through so what I'm saying is that in this instance of self defense it's going to be harmful for Arbor recite the plane he was in fear for his life and it was necessary for the fight the man for his gun and I don't think it's going to be a legitimate self defense on his side but then you you read from sixteen three thirty Aug twenty three one what does a person has no duty to retreat so now you're saying to Mr Albright has a duty to retreat all right away before invoking some so you think the construction site the big hit run but also he should run but he has no duty to run that's not that's not you you're you're you're not taking my argument in the first thing I'm saying that you break you break the law in the house and you begin to run it will create reasonable suspicion that you've been involved in a criminal activity that is separate from a use of force incidents at the street a few blocks away if you're running for a man with a gun and you won at the main now if president Michael opposed him all ran at him with a gun we will be having a different discussion but you have an individual who's running at another man with a gun and initiated physical contact with him that's that's pretty much all the same ability to retreat our service with Michael is standing there Mr Arbor is running at Travis with Michael only person that is in a position to not have to retreat will be Travis Michael in this situation local okay going past that we'll.

Brandon Tatum
"mr albright" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:49 min | 6 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Four nine two two seven zero three gets involved in the conversation joining us now we have officer Brandon Tatum all the line Brandon how are you doing no I'm doing well Sir how you doing I'm doing great so we've had this dust up on social media and so I wanted to get you want to we can talk about it like some grown folks because we we both have different positions on the Ahmad Aubrey shooting as well as the use of self defense generally at least as of the rest long Georgia so I want to give you an opportunity uninterrupted just to kind of lay out what your feelings are on the case okay some will go off of the information that I had before today because a lot of information to come out and I think it's prevalent but we're going to talk about the video that you made a response to include a video that I made with the information at the time so the end I'm just pretty much going off of what the loss is a kind of with the justifications are and the protections under the law in Georgia Mr Arbury within a dwelling within two jobs a lot of dwelling it means that any building or structure portion thereof which is designed or intended for occupancy for residential use but he went into a dwelling the Pepsi was witnessed going to the dwelling he was witness running from the dwelling of multiple people in the community the Nick Michaels saw him running from the dwelling and they were under the impression that he committed a burglary whatever their justification is will be handled in court but that's what they claim to the police but with that being said a burglary in Georgia is a felony according to the civil rights laws if you are pursuing someone who you believe committed a felony you have a right to pursue them and arrest them and all this real quickly I'll read the citizen's arrest law in Georgia so is the scene the O. C. G. A. seventeen dash four dash sixty if anybody wanna look it up a person may arrest an offender at the Flinders committing and is present or within his immediate knowledge if the offense is a felony and the offender is escaping or attempting to escape a private person may arrest him upon reasonable and probable grounds of suspicion so with that being said with their claims it appears that they fall under the statute of citizen's arrest they are also able to according to Georgia law carry firearms in their motor vehicle I'm I'm not gonna spend too much time I can read we can get into it later but that does all Georgia laws once they got their guns they got into the car they were believing that they were conducting a citizen's arrest they stood in front of the roadway Mr Arbury was one in a direction I don't know if he was escaping the guy that was recording or not but I saw the Gregory and Travis Michael in the middle of the road says mark within an hour open carrying a chaga Starbird ran ran around the truck and B. line directly at president Michael calls in them to get into altercation or a fight over the saga there is self defense laws that or seems to be in the favor of drives me Michael after the two individuals are now fighting for a rifle or fighting for a shotgun and as it stands today and at the time I made a video of that it is very unclear right now based off the residents who actually calls the shots to go off but the ambiguity is somewhat leads to justification for self defense on Mister Michael side and if people want to make a claim of self defense all harborside they can make that claim but all of the things are addressed in a very simplistic manner is leading to what I believe that the the laws are gonna pertain to areas of the proceeding court here in the future let's see this is where I think the controversy comes in because what the facts as we saw them at the time we knew that one Mr Barbary did not have burglary tools it without entering a dwelling at night he had not broken into the dwelling so there really wasn't probable cause for a burglary there was no indication that a burglary had taken place they're the criminal trespass maybe there could be a theft by taking maybe but if you look at sixteen seven one of the official Georgia code it lays out clearly the classifications for a burglary at the end that you just does not meet what we saw on video either the video inside of the what are some of the construction site or the video from the cell phone to indicate their burglary had taken place well let me let me explain our request that you because I think people need to read it and and get their own interpretation and and of course in the court of law they'll be able to bring this out and there will be a defense and there be a prosecution make an argument but according to Georgia law the one that you cited sixteen seven one of subsection B. if if a person commits the offense of burglary in the first degree when without authority and with the intent to commit a felony or they're they're in here she enters or remains within an occupied or unoccupied or vacant dwelling house so another or any building vehicle and it goes on to talk about other other elements today if if this person is guilty of a felony and they will be convicted the the less than a year and no more than twenty years in prison so my argument is that if this about the intent of what individual and flight is is somewhat of a measure which in fact can be developed so if we get individual answers into a home that does not belong to him he's in there for three minutes and neighbors are calling the police people are observing him once he's identified people see him he's caught on camera he began please former location now as a citizen if you recognize someone fleeing from a location that the vacant house that you've had reports in the past people burglarizing of people taking things bomb or even trespassing on their property a reasonable probable suspicion could be developed and that's what the make Michaels and other neighbors because people don't realize is there's multiple neighbors who called and there were more people who showed up at the scene of the incident to verify that it was in fact missed our very own other tapes that were present but I believe according to the law that they make Michaels could have developed reasonable and probable suspicion that the gentleman answered the property into the dwelling with intent to pay something now on the side of the role as a police arrest them or whatever the case may be that the facts the proof of it it's not going to be evaluated on the side of the road it's going to be evaluated in a court of law and I think that's where the confusion is happen is that people think you have to prove that he burglarized in order to conduct a citizen's arrest you only have to have a reasonable and probable suspicion and then from that point on there be an investigation and if there is probable calls the police arrest them and being in court they will be able to argue the legitimacy they will be able to bring up case law and different things like that and see that this is where I think the the biggest point of the case comes because one there was no reason to believe that there was a burglary we've seen video they have come out since showing multiple individuals going into that house I have a common occurrence in that community we have the statement from the homeowner that Mr Aubrey had been in the home before and there had never been anything but taken we have the information where we know that Mr McMichael encountered and confronted Mr Albright two weeks prior all the same issue and there was no weapons present there was nothing stolen there was no burglary that took place so doing Michael's knew that Mr Albright was not burglarizing the property sold when you say that they can say that they formed this belief or idea that there was an intent to commit a burglary all the evidence says that none of that happened secondarily about Ballbug secondarily this is why people are calling for that prosecutors stepped down at the other prosecutor also stepped down.

Brandon Tatum officer
"mr albright" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:21 min | 6 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Though more to the community call in for four eight nine two two seven zero three gets involved in the conversation so before the break we were talking about the fact that that more information has come out on the big Michaels are in the intervening weeks since the arrests were made Mister Michael the elder lost his post certification in twenty fourteen lost his ability to carry a firearm in a law enforcement capacity in twenty nineteen the younger Mr but Michael had applied to become a police officer on multiple occasions and was rejected and we do not know the reason for that we've learned about systemic corruption in the Glynn county police department and prosecutor's office that dates back decades and we learned about the text messages between the elder Mr make Michael Glynn county police were Glynn county police out fourth law enforcement telling neighbors to contact Mr make Michael if somebody was trespassing I don't want to come to they say if somebody was trespassing for him to hunt them down and have his son shoot before shot gun we also heard from two Blaine county commissioners who said that the police officers wanted to make an arrest but we're not allowed to buy local prosecutors so this is all adding up to a very clear case against the McMichael's and I favor Mr Albright but on the hour we'll have Reverend Jesse Jackson on to give us his thoughts no no let's go to the phone line so we got on we had a couple people on here and good afternoon to you to Robert good afternoon to you we got let's go to getting for some words of wisdom we are going to go ahead right first look at this from a practical standpoint and I think that what we do this and this whole scenario is one thing about our people unfortunately isn't that we are reactionary rather than proactive in a proactive it went out what I mean by that there are many YouTube videos about Morris and the Morris play and the apple tree logs so sedated with our our sovereignty and the people who are under particular flag having legal rights that go beyond that of a Negro black color whatever you are African American and these are the things that you are a legal manner I'm not shelling out people about a year you've got a lawyer coming all disagree wearing the white man's name is you wearing the white man's name clouded that European culture celebrate a holiday holiday and they show you time after time after time that they hate you you want to move into their neighborhoods and and eat the foods that they eat so that it almost didn't go everywhere what part of Africa do you live in what part of Africa do I live in I know you already have the white man right so what part of Africa do you live in well I've been offered land in Nigeria but say what you are all for it I said where do you live at since you were criticizing folks here all right but I live among black folks that's what I'm saying engine and also your talking about the moors yeah what evidence do you have that you have a genetic lineage to the moors because those were north Africans most people who came over here chattel slaves came from West Africa what what what more have to do with you they have everything to do with the so called Negro in America there are descendants of the Hebrew Israelite people our people migrated throughout Africa and out of Africa it and well over here as a matter of fact the indigenous people or black people in the history of the headstones the knowledge that demonstrate the disciple about characteristics that are specifically black related so what I'm saying to you as a reaction what I'm trying to understand is yes why not instead of learning more about your actual west African culture your west African history why are you making up these fanciful tales about being descended over one the black Hebrew Israelites told the moors who word north African Muslims and then three the Olmec civilization central and South America why are you trying to grab on to all these other cultures instead of learning about the mastery the the traditions the idols are religions to history to traditions of the actual people you come from what your that's that's great I mean you bring us some great point and the point that you're meant not making though just because Damore's practice the religion of Islam they are were not necessarily that nationality did not didn't know their religious connection what I'm trying to tell you it from a reactionary perspective the legal system and the lawyers who are have been put on the front line prop people and the leadership are all about reaction rather than being proactive in protecting our people based on their nationality to culture having embassy having laws that are set up and just like when you were talking to the young brother from Florida who's very intelligent I thank you to treat your last week and you would he was talking about revolution and that was elders many people long al Sharpton still saying we need to do something different it is I can't I can't advocate violence Hey there at the end of the day they're not advocating they're promoting violence owner and because we not only don't have laws we don't have an identity getting a hold on Getty you're talking about revolution right now now how many acres of land do you own R. this is a great point and the point you don't own anything in America that's the point you Lucien you know what I mean because what you tried to do was talk about it he said yep there are other countries that will have to sponsor you but you forget about Nick Brian Nichols Christopher Jordan Dorner you forget about the brother who was that when a white boy would invest in a waffle house shooting went and grabbed the gun you forgot about Malvo and of course the young male the young shooter who Malvo was training only about terrorist I'm I'm sorry are you talking about terrorist people want to read more about losing their is a white man told you they were terrorists they were reacting to a corrupt system a new room the same system of violence that was being perpetrated against.

"mr albright" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"mr albright" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Yester year well the camping trip has been temporarily canceled it is now evening and Mr green the prospective client is visiting Mr Albright I am a strong right I like please come your client then again I don't know you were in good company then again show your competitor yes yes yes that's true all right thanks to you a moment please of course excuse me with the green up what is in this is that I'm getting impatient that conversation flows like much he tapioca one of my going to do you can make up his mind that he's a hard man that's the sooner we can leave home with green is he's a slow thinker only make up his mind a little faster you might be able to make him think after talking about things maybe it'll speed not always worth a try plan the interruption Mister green that we will E. I was saying is how I'd like to be your client but I don't want to rush it seems and then yes yes I know I missed a green we're living in an age of speed quick decisions and you realise commercial airliner zip along the Florida miles an hour and jet planes if pressed the speed of sound now what do you think of that I think that's wonderful really remarkable everything is rapid motion message received in the twinkling of an eye guided missiles fly thousands of miles an hour why so fast they're almost invisible I don't you think people should keep pace I certainly don't want to change the way people waste time time is money might have to make up their minds exactly so fast we have to do is everything's going faster faster faster now what is your split second decision about doing business with my firm.

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"mr albright" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:22 min | 1 year ago

"mr albright" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Little Margie's Daren Gaels star Charles Farrell transcribed in Hollywood. Sometimes the only way Margie can get her father to do something. She wants to trick him into it. And it looks like tonight is one of those times as we look in on the alright apartment. We find Margie hatching a plot with their friend and neighbor. Mrs Odette misses the idea is to persuade my father to go away for a few days to silver lake up in the mountains and naturally. We wanting to take us with him. Of course, we all enjoy. But how do we put in that? We'll have to soften 'em up. You think you can do it. Oh. When I get through with him, you'll be so so when he walked, she'll squish. Well, that's fine. You'll have to call him gooey. Laughing at. Just thinking, poor man. They haven't got a chance against us. Women. Yeah. Stockers. Honestly. I think he. Quiet. I think I hear dad coming. Hi, this is debt. Dad, it show. Nice to see you come here, sit down and your favorite chair. I think you'll enjoy it more than ever tonight. I will a why I've been sitting in to warm it up for you. It's a warm evening. Mogae I don't think I'll be comfortable sitting in a warm seat stand aside. All right. I'll blow on it and cool. It off. Never mind. Mrs. Oh, debts. It's a chair not hot shoot. I'm not used to all this attention now come on. What's this all about? Well. All right. We wanted you to go away for a few days to silver lay you need a rest. There's nothing wrong with me. I feel fine. Now look girls. I'm much too busy to take a few days off. That's the very reason you should you're keeping your nose to coast to the grindstone. Yes. You won't have anything left the turn up that your neighbors. All right. What brings you around glass of water, but whiskey's quicker? Oh, no, no. When I tell jokes. It makes me feel better L. It isn't that you feel better. You just seen that way. Because everybody else's sicker. Your boss Margie, what ails this hour put trying to get him to go up to the lake for a few days, but he keeps repulsing us pretty repulsive. Why don't you go? All right. What am I going to do with that lake stuck up in the mountains somewhere, my going to have any fun? No, I guess not, you'll get one out pulling those big fish. You're going to catch. Yeah. And you'll probably be bored sitting on the beach all day watching all the bathing beauties parading around. Oh, you know, Marty, I was just thinking, what about open a longtime site throughout a line, and hook anything. Southborough bathing beauty. Come on my dad's. Let's get all this stuff pack. You've got up can't hear sleeping bags kerosene stole hunting knives. Axes. What's the big idea, why decided to make a camping trip out of it? We'll go to the other side of the lake in rough rough it. Yes, I'm the rugged type I like to drink my coffee out of doors. Don't Splendors in your lips. What's the fun of putting up a hotel? Let's get out and commune with mother nature. Hi, everybody. Ready boy. Well, well, very Wilson himself in the flesh. I wear it every time I go out. And that's what I wish you do. Don't be hard with Freddie. He's only a boy or no boy, what? So help us now. That's a good idea. You'll find some things in the other room. Bring them in pleasure Margie. I'll be right back. Mrs Odette Tammy those blankets, and I've got room in this trunk Leo bathing suit to oh going winning. I've been up to Silverlake before the swimming narrows awfully dangerous. But the water isn't rough at all. It's not them. I like to float of night that and people kept docking their folks on. She's only kidding dead. Fagor bathing suit. Okay. Oh, Mr. Albright. What is it, Freddie? Have you got a good memory for faces? Yes. Why do you ask I just broke? You're shaving mirror. Anybody can make a mistake. Okay. Okay. Margie. You'll find a little folded up square rubber in the closet. Get it for me. Please. You mean this thing, that's over like package? Yes. What is it which collapsible rubber boat? I wanted a warship the store. I'll let me have it. Button on it or you push to inflate the boat. Oh, Mogae by don't touch it. Study. Don't be scared. Margie just grab one of the yours enroll yourself. Well, let's not stand around the hall Mogae. We all set to go. Yes. Dad, the windows are closed. The blinds drawn the door lock. Well, we're all set provocation. Oh, by the way, mogia, how about the milkman. I'm sorry. You'll have to go on his own vacation. Well, come on out with the steamer trunk to put lockers in the duffle bags in the trunk compartment of the car, and the three suitcases and the hatbox in the back backseat, and we three will right up front, where will I ride Mr. Albright you? You're not going. Okay. Margie. What do I do without you? I'd only be gone. Three days, Freddie. Margie I can let you go leaving me all alone without someone to lean on, it'll be a big shock to me to suddenly have to face the world. It's going to be quite a shock to the world. The by Freddie, give me one more second Margie, let me drink in your perfume. Go ahead Mogae. Get him a couple. Oh, I hate to go without you. Oh, fred. Oh, margie. Come on. Come on. It's getting late. And I want to did you phone this role? Right. Who it is? And then we'll go. Hello. Oh, yes. Yes, it is. Oh, Hello, miss degreen. Yes. Yes. Uh-huh. Oh, yes. Fine. Who was it? Oh, Mr. green from Cleveland, I haven't trying to get his business for six months. He said he just came to town, and he wants to come over this evening and talk to me. So what do we do? We'll Mogae remember what you said, when you pick this steamer trunk that through footlockers duffle bags in the three suitcases and the hatbox. I said, if I ever had to one pack and then pack them again. I'd scream. Well, let a fly baby. I've got my fingers in my ear. Reduces wrinkles? Your skin can make twenty years younger with all the hype. How do you know what the best supplements are to improve your appearance?.

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"mr albright" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr albright" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Victoria. Oh boy. At the bottom of every hour, you come racing back out of breath, and usually eating something. So we just know what to expect now, and then we get about thirty seconds and Doug. Yeah. Can't breathe. He can't talk he can't swallow. I was eating a piece of chocolate fudge that good. Thank you very much for giving me in through the JV show with general horn Victoria, Keelan Kerr show, the story of Chad Albright is worth some time. Chad Albright was a college student. He went to college in Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania got out of college. He had a thirty thousand dollars student loan to pay off his family had convinced him borrowing money for college was a good idea. Sound financial decision? And so he went with it signed on the dotted line. And when he got out he owed thirty grand he couldn't find a job and he couldn't find a job and he couldn't find a job. And he was expected to make a four hundred dollar loan payment every month, but. He had no money, no, sustainable income no job prospects. He said, college ruined his life until he decided to after reading books about the American dream, he decided that he would take his dream to China. So he bought a one way ticket to China. Eleven years ago. Again, Bill was thirty six thousand one hundred ninety three dollars. And he went to China. He used his English to start teaching Chinese students how to speak English. Been there ten years found somebody else over there doing the same thing, and that's how he has lived his life. So what does that say? That story. What does it say to you Jennifer, just out of curiosity? What Mr. Albright said he couldn't find a job here. So we went to China. And I think it's pretty sad. I and I don't know. You know, everybody walks different path in life, but it is very hard for me to believe that he couldn't find a job in the United States. Good work at McDonald's. He said that he could find better circumstances in China of all places that communist nation. So to me, it seems a bit like there's something doesn't pass the smell test in, in all of this. It doesn't seem to make a whole lot of sense. I haven't heard a lot of people who are pursuing the American dream of capitalism, going to communist nation to get there. It just doesn't make sense to me. I think he has a point that I was just reading the article on one of the. Millersville university. Go ahead. One of the things that he says, is that when he grew up, he was kind of led to believe that going to college is what you were supposed to do. And then you would get a job afterwards. And I think for a lot of generations that is true that you went to college, and then after you're guaranteed a job that is not the case anymore, not even close. And I think people think student loans are the normal thing to do, and that nobody really explains what student loans are when you're in high school applying for colleges, and then you graduate college new of a ton of loans and you don't know what to do now. China, be my solution to getting a job probably not. I don't know if he applied to, like two different jobs all around the country, but paying for a flight to China is pretty expensive. I don't know if he had a job before he went over there. I can't guarantee so it just I don't know. Maybe he was online and there were a bunch of Chinese girls that were into him. But I can't understand why out of all places that you would go, go to China. It's just a pretty far away. And then if you go over there and don't get a job you're kind of even more screwed aren't you is the moral of this story. Is he a millionaire now? And somebody's life, any lights living in China. And. Yeah. A little too high here anyway. I like Victoria's punctuation on and shows her voice drops off, like you're dropping off over a cliff and then show have that laugh that chuckle. And we know it's time then to move on because the final pronouncement has been made. All right. Servic. Toria. Different street where you please. Sure. Well, let's go to New York City. There is an update on that helicopter crash that happened on Monday and the pilot who was his eyes been identified as names, Tim McCormack, he died in the crash. And this, of course, this is when he landed crash landed on top of a building in Times Square. And so now the FAA has started their investigation. They have a few things right away that are there pointing to as possible causes for me, the weird thing about this, though, is that he flew he flew around battery park, which is the most southern part of Manhattan, where the statue of liberty is, so he flew around that way up the west side, and then he cut into somewhere in the forties. He, he started veering towards midtown Manhattan. I don't understand why he didn't just follow the river back around the other way to the East River, because it's so it's easy to just go right back down where you were avoid all the buildings. So there are a lot of questions. Unfortunately, we will never know the answer because that was the last time that he had had checked in with air, traffic control. So. The building the fact that he was in a helicopter rotor could've gone into the side of a building and take so much worse. Up next. We focus on food here on the JV program. Even in my own home, I had my own designated space to smoke..

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"mr albright" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"mr albright" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Victoria. Oh boy. At the bottom of every hour, you come racing back out of breath, and usually eating something. So we just know what to expect now, and then we get about thirty seconds and Doug. Yeah. Can't breathe. He can't talk he can't swallow. I was eating a piece of chocolate fudge. Good. Thank you very much giving me in through the DJ show with general horn Victoria Keenan, kerosene at the story of Chad Albright is worth some time. Chad Albright was a college student. He went to college in Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania got out of college. He had a thirty thousand dollar student loan to pay off. His family had convinced him borrowing money for college was a good idea. Sound financial decision? And so he went with it signed on the dotted line. And when he got out he owed thirty grand he couldn't find a job and he couldn't find a job and he couldn't find a job. And he was expected to make a four hundred dollar loan payment every month, but he had no money. No, sustainable income no job prospects. He said, college ruined his life. I'm too he decided to after reading books about the American dream, he decided that he would take his dream to China. So he bought a one way ticket to China. Levin years ago. Again, Bill was thirty six thousand one hundred ninety three dollars. And he went to China. He used his English to start teaching Chinese students how to speak English. Been there ten years found somebody else over there doing the same thing, and that's how he has lived his life. So what does that say that story? What does it say to you Jennifer, just out of curiosity? What Mr. Albright said he couldn't find a job here. So he went to China. And I think it's pretty sad. I don't know. You know, everybody walks different path in life, but it is very hard for me to believe that he couldn't find a job in the United States. Good work at McDonald's. He said that he could find better circumstances in China of all places that communist nation. So to me, it seems a bit like there's something doesn't pass the smell test in, in all of this. It doesn't seem to make a whole lot of sense. I haven't heard a lot of people who are pursuing the American dream of capitalism, going to communist nation to get there. It just doesn't make sense to me, Victoria, what your take on a story like this. Yeah. I, I mean for me the last resort I wouldn't even be a last resort. If you wouldn't even. Bullock. I don't know. I, I agree with Jen something. Sounds a little. I don't know. He's from Pennsylvania. You said, yeah. Grom pennsylvania. It's weird. I think he has a point that I was just reading the article in one of the other he went to Millersville university. Go ahead. She's one of the things that he says that when he grew up, he was kind of led to believe that going to college is what you were supposed to do. And then you would get a job afterwards. And I think for a lot of generations that is true that you went to college, and then after you're kind of guaranteed a job that is not the case anymore, not even close. And I think people think student loans are the responsible, or the normal thing to do. And that nobody really explains what student loans are when you're in high school applying for colleges. And if you don't have parents, that went to college, then they don't really, they can't really explain it to either and then you graduate college new of a ton of loans, and you don't know what to do now, we're going to China, be my solution to getting a job probably not. I don't know if he applied to, like two different jobs all around the country, but paying for a flight to China is pretty expensive. I don't know if he had a job before he went over there. I can't guarantee so it just I don't know. Maybe he was online and there were a bunch of Chinese girls that were into him. And that's why I can't understand why out of all places. That you would go go to China. It's just a pretty far away. And then if you go over there and don't get a job you're kind of even more screwed aren't you? The moral of this story is he a millionaire now. And somebody's life, any lights living in China. And. Yeah. Sorry. A little too high here anyway. Yeah. I like Victoria's punctuation on Shiels her voice drops off, like you're dropping off over a cliff and then show have that laugh that chuckle. And we know it's time then to move on because the final pronouncement has been made. Right. Servic tori. It takes a different street where you please. Sure. Well, let's go to New York City. There is an update on that helicopter crash that happened on Monday and the pilot who was his eyes been identified. His name's Tim McCormack. He died in the crash. And this, of course, this is when he landed crash landed on top of a building in Times Square. And so now the FAA has started their investigation. They have a few things right away that are there pointing to as possible causes, he did not have the instrument rating that you need to fly in bad weather. So he was not certified to do that, that requires a hundred hours or more of the digital training on top of basic pilot. Training, and it helps pilots learned to fly without any visual reference. So they only use the instruments, and so it's centrally it allows you to fly blind. If you're in clouds, are heavy fog, and he end certification of the airport when there's no visibility they use. And you have the direction of air traffic, control telling you what to do and things like that. And he didn't have the the he didn't have that certification. Now monday. This the visibility was one and a quarter miles in the city that feels like even less because in the city when the especially on Monday when the, the fog was, so heavy you couldn't you couldn't see the tops of the buildings and you really couldn't see down in avenue. So he apparently he took off. And he said that he had it was supposed to be he. He crashed eleven minutes into the flight. When he initially took off, he believed that he had a five to seven minute break in the weather. And so that's when he said he was going to do it. He radioed back to the heliport, though that as soon as he got up in the air that he needed to return. And that was the last communication that they got from him back. Hell no worry was he could grow, where he was. Yeah. No instrument rating. Couldn't see anything. Yeah. You'll clear thing is for me the weird thing about this though. Is that? He flew he flew around battery park, which is the most southern part of Manhattan, where the statue of liberty is, so he flew around that way up the west side, and then he cut into somewhere in the forties. He, he started veering towards midtown Manhattan. I don't understand why he didn't just follow the river back around the other way to East River. Because it's so it's, it's, it's easy to just go right back down where you were and avoid all the buildings. So there are a lot of questions. Unfortunately, we will never know the answer because that was the last time that he had had checked in with air, traffic control. So pretty magic. But the building the fact that he was in a helicopter rotor could've gone into the side of a building and take so much worse. Next, we focus on food here on the JV program. What you do your own personal recruiter to help you find a better job. And they would say, hey, found a company that likes your profile and may even pay you more. 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"mr albright" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"mr albright" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And there were a lot of people who just didn't like the idea that left wing radicals wanted to remove a man from office because they disagreed with his policy. I mean, I think as as history judges that recall in Wisconsin, it's increasingly looking at it as a hysterical reaction from a hysterical left in this state. Oh, you don't like a policy. Oh, and have you heard the latest have you heard the latest hysteria from the national left? This started with. Ezra Klein or joy Reid. This notion that. Because California and New York state have so much larger populations than tiny little states like Montana, Idaho. North Dakota, South Dakota. It is ridiculous that those states should have the same representation in the United States Senate that California does I. Are these people intentionally that stupid about the constitution? Are they really are? They really that. Constitutionally illiterate, we have proportional representation in the house you morons. We have equal representation in the Senate precisely so that smaller states have equal voice in one chamber. But this this is this is where we are here. We don't like a policy. Well, we'll get rid of the guy in office. We don't like the fact that we couldn't retake the Senate. We should get rid of the Senate it self. We should get rid of this idea of equal representation for all states. I mean, it's just stunning to me. Do we have time for another call? Yeah. Sure. Let's go to marry in Milwaukee. Hi, Mary, you're on the show. Hello, dan. I understand that you were talking chasing the thirty four thousand boats challenging, but I am challenging you to take it seriously because as I watch this drama unfold on Tuesday night and wash the Madi language of Mr. Albright. I said boy something funny is going on here. I think somebody should seriously. And I mean seriously trolley from this thirty four thousand votes back onto the wall. Oh, I'm not being tongue in cheek. I actually am planning on investigating this. I am planning on checking. You were being. No, absolutely not. Good for you. Well, I it's my pleasure. And this is what it's I'll be. I'll be totally completely honest with you though. I only have so many hours in my day. That's why I was kind of musing about the idea of having people help me check this in that. Because all I need is a list of names and a list of addresses, and that is a public record that I am able to request. What's going to happen? Clearly is I would be requesting this now get just like Hillary Clinton with her emails. I would get these printed out. No, I would like a PDF or I would like access to all of these names that were re added, and I just I just want to check because I'm assuming I'm not going to find anything. But it's it's enough to raise suspicion, and no I'm not naive. No. I'm not that filled with sour grapes. I understand. In fact, read my Mikhail. Ever institute columnists up at. News talk eleven excuse me, McIvor institute dot com. Facebook dot com slash dano, Donald show and at dano Donald show on Twitter as well. I understand the reasons that Walker lost you had massive turnout. Endanger that was the story. The story was one hundred percent fact Johann Rick who I have said is by far the best numbers guy in the state of Wisconsin. He is the Republican news numbers guru. And I referenced him a number of times in our election coverage. He's at Joe Managua at Joe monopolies, Johann, Rick, and he said, well, there were a lot of factors. The big one was that Dane county turned out a massive advantage that governor Walker simply was unable to overcome in the wild counties. Now this to me points to softness in suburban areas that Republicans are seeing across the country and especially in the upper midwest. This was an issue because every Senate seat. I believe in the upper midwest went to the Democrats, and this is what gave President Trump the election will now we're seeing softness in particularly college educated. Females a group that swung over to Trump, particularly married women. And now the theory is that they're sort of put off by some of Trump's antics, and that they're abandoning the GOP and kind of going back home, so to speak to the Democrats and Hendrik sort of confirms this basically, he says if you're looking for a second reason, besides Dane county look to well as predicted GOP percentage in wild counties went down from two thousand fourteen one could ask what if wild GOP percentage stayed where it was at in two thousand fourteen would that have made up for the Dane margin increase. Well, yes, you're listening to the Dan O'Donnell show pull.

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"mr albright" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"mr albright" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"mr albright" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mr albright" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Get to a solution with north korea and they've bed on china and russia and it has the key players to help them and so i think that we'll see how that happens it president trump may suffer the same fate as president obama he had a he was close to a deal in 2011 2012 and it fell apart so i mean it's it's a very tricky subject in and uh and but the trump administration appears determined to try to solve this we'll but as mr albright the deals me anything with the north korean leadership i mean this has been going on for thirty years what what if they just while the nuclear bomb because thinks he'll that's what they need to be safe said the regime needs that well if if if that's the outcome that i think the us policy should be and and really hand spanned that we're not going to accept their nuclear weapons it's just gonna be more pressure brought to bear and there's a lot of room to bring pressure we we do a lot of work at plans to following north korea's practices of acquiring equipment and other goods for its nuclear program in china hasn't really done much i mean has laws that through sanctions but there's a lot of room to put pressure on north korea rear to stop imports by north korea um it a lot of pressure that can be brought to bear on the financial activities a lot of room short of military options which that's right and i think obviously military option is the last one and i think this current situation needs to be deescalated um ed but it but t political pressure the economic pressure that can be brought to bear on north korea is just really starting at it added hasn't reached anywhere near the level of the pressure that was brought to bear on iran to convince seemed to start negotiations dangerous nuclear programmes david albright to the institute for science and his national security thanks so much thank you and the us territory of guam is in the spotlight after north korea said it studying whether to launch a missile toward the island president trump responded this way let's see what he does with wall he does something in it will be and advance the likes of which nobody seen before or what will happen in north korea yesterday the president spoke to.

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"mr albright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"mr albright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Army he had a he was close to a deal in 2011 2012 and it fell apart so i mean it's it's a very tricky subject in and uh and but the trump administration appears determined to try to solve this will be as mr albright to deals me anything with the north korean leadership i mean this has been going on for thirty years what what if they just one of a nuclear bomb because they sealed that's what they need to be safe said the regime needs that while if if if that's the outcome that i think there us policy should be an end really has spanned that we're not going to accept their nuclear weapons it's just going to be more pressure brought to bear and there's a lot of room to bring pressure maybe we we do a lot of work at my institute following north korea's practices of acquiring equipment and other goods for its nuclear program in china hasn't really done much it has laws that through sanctions but there's a lot of room to put pressure on north korea this stop imports by north korea um it it a lot of pressure that can be brought to bear on the financial activities and a lot of room short of military options which that's raised and i think it's obviously military option is the last one and i think this current situation needs to be deescalated um it but it but the political pressure the economic pressure that can be brought to bear on north korea is just really starting at it and it hasn't reached anywhere near the level of the pressure that was brought to bear on iran to convince seemed to start negotiations take dentists nuclear programmes david albright of the institute for science and his national security sank some much thank you and the us territory of guam is in the spotlight after north korea said it studying whether to launch a missile toward the island president trump responded this way let's see what he does with wall he does something in guam it will be an events the likes of which nobody seen before what will happen in north korea yesterday the president spoke to.

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