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"mr crosby" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:27 min | 2 weeks ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"That we walk in. That doesn't happen again. Good to get out of the system now. Yeah. You know, it's been a while since you know, seeing one not go through in a game. So you know that I don't No, I can't remember one that close that I missed it a long time. So, um, yeah. Getting that out of the system in preseason is in my mind. I'll spin it in a good way. And make sure that uh, that we lock in and get prepared for New Orleans roster position. That is really not even in debates. Mr Crosby back for the Packers. What does it say about Mason Crosby that in year 15. There's not even any competition for that, like they they had a guy, but it was really only two I guess, give Mason's leg and maybe even the drugs machine a bit of arrest during practice, right as it didn't last very long. Yeah, when you kick 100% of your field goals through the uprights, Yeah, you'll, you'll come back for another year. No need to bring in competition for Mason Crosby. The Packers all time leading scorer. He started to creep up on the all time list. I'm talking about all time NFL list. Pretty impressive stuff, and he shows no signs of slowing down. Certainly a pro's pro Packers feel very comfortable with their kicker in Mason Crosby. Now here's the position of having the most trouble with I'm trying to figure out inside linebacker and safety. How does Brian Goodykoontz Go through those two positions and ultimately decide who is going to be on this roster. The locks to me at safety are Adrian a most Darnell Savage. Vernon Scott Henry Black, So I got four. Inside linebacker locks are DeAndre Campbell, Chris Barnes. And I think Thai summers in Orenburg, just based upon the simple fact that they did not play at all today, so if they were on the fence You feel like they would have been on the field playing inside linebacker. But these are two of the Packers, best special teamers and a unit that's been so maligned and struggled with consistency. It's nice to have returning productive members on that side of the ball. It's just It's been a crap shoot for the Packers on special teams. So there I think very important, uh, to the Packers Special teams unit and then I've got Isaiah McDuffie. So he's the sixth round draft pick and we saw him on the field today. I really feel like this rookie class. Is going to have a pretty significant impact. On the roster during the regular season. You're going to see rookies In more areas in more units on this team, Then I think you've seen in years past You will see contributing rookies from the get go on this Green Bay Packers team. The big question is designed their mcduffy. Make it as 1/5 inside linebacker over a potential fifth safety and I've got and it's gains in that spot because of what he does, and special teams. My gut feeling, says Isaiah McDuffie makes the roster. And then gets plugged into special teams as 1/6 round draft pick. I got to find a way to keep on You know, See what he's got Developed him got great size Goodspeed, a bigger inside linebackers. So that becomes an interesting position. But again, especial teams is such a differentiator. For players trying to make this squad You heard Reggie Bagel to talk about it. I don't know if it's going to be enough to get him on the 53. I don't think it is. But the fact that we're talking about Reggie Bagel 10, a guy who caught six passes In three games. As a guy with a shot to make the roster like that just goes to show you how much special teams is considered when it comes to this point you're talking about, you know 46 47 48 through 53. On your initial roster. Another guy who I think is going to be a part of his team. Is Kurt Benkert. Kurt Benkert, the third string quarterback brought in as a guide to you know, compete and earn a spot. He was among a group of quarterbacks that included at one point like Bortles and Jake Dole Gala. Bortles was like, Go. Delgado was let go. Delgado was brought back in when Jordan love injured his shoulder and was ultimately let go last week, just a couple of days ago. Paving the way for Ben Curtain. Jordan Love to take the snaps tonight or today in Buffalo. Kurt Benkert done everything you could possibly do. I think to make this roster. Will it be enough? Here's Kurt Benkert with Larry McCarren. Kurt? Yeah, the pre season is over. How do you feel about your body of work? My failure was pretty good. There are obviously futures here and there that I wanted to have back,.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:59 min | 2 months ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"About his innocence. There is no judgment from the court here about whether the allegations are true or false etcetera. It is only about this question about what the initial prosecutor had promised assured The Cosby team. No. Yeah. The Bill Cosby thing, right? I mean, that seemingly came out of left field. From the Pennsylvania Supreme Court yesterday in in the grand scheme of everything else, Wow. Big news everywhere. Of course, we are continuing to cover the president's visit. As he is being briefed in real time by Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava there with Governor De Santis and the Florida Cabinet and also tropical Storm Elsa. So with the 11 o'clock advisory from the National Hurricane Center, this thing is just booking, so it was already moving fast. It's going even faster now Moving west at 28 MPH. The top one still 45 actually up five miles an hour to 45 MPH, and now the overall track of this thing is pretty much what the five in the eight o'clock suggested doesn't really seem like there's much of a change. That leaves us within the cone of uncertainty. In fact, pretty much The entire state and until you get to the northern portions, where it's not in that five day range within the cone of uncertainty at this point, the bias is towards the golf. You know, we're never supposed to be taken like the center point of a projected past five data out, But if you you go ahead and take a look at the cone while we're in at the bias right now remains to the gulf. More so Into our coasts, and we'll obviously continue to monitor this also a huge part of the consideration coming into play when you take a look at the rescue efforts at Surfside. So, Wow, it's only things right now about Bill Cosby. Joining us to talk about this Brad Garrett. NBC News, crime and Terrorism analyst at Brad Investigates on Twitter and Brad, This was this was something else. You know this decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and then we find out well, it wasn't based upon the merits of the case, but it was actually based upon a technicality. Interested to hear your analysis of the situation. So you know what's interesting is that the former prosecutor, Mr Castor that had made this agreement With Cosby's attorneys that he wouldn't prosecute because the criminally if Cosby would be willing to testify in the civil case, keep in mind that the victim in the civil case The victim in the criminal case end up being the same. But I think Mr Castor, he said this publicly is that he didn't think he could make a case in other words, a prosecutable case where he he could get reasonably get a conviction. Prosecutors do make those calls every day. So he made that decision. He gets defeated by Mr Steele in an election the local election, Mr Steele says. Well, I'm not bound by what some other prosecutor said. So he moves forward now that ultimately in the ends up getting the case tossed or or the conviction vacated because the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania said Well, it is binding. And so that's that's why you get to where we are and to your point. No, it's not about you know whether he's guilty or innocent. It's about this this one narrow issue, which was very smart, I think on his attorneys part to focus on that, as I'll often say, and in the context of a lot of news items that the premise of anything is false ending theme built on it is two. That's basically the situation here. This case is built on a false premise that violated the previous agreement, therefore, really doesn't matter what the merits are, and so that live their lives. The difficult part of that is About the merit. So what do you think about this, you know, doesn't have the potential to have a chilling effect on those that might be victims that are potentially seeking justice, especially against somebody who is notable. Yes. Only because yes, we you and I have talked about it didn't address uh, Cosby's behavior. And but I don't think victims are hearing that What they're going to hear is a very powerful Of super well known person basically called, of course, gets out of a conviction. And now is as free and won't be, at least on those charges Retried. And so they're already reluctant to come forward Bryant. I mean, the estimates are and it's a low estimate that only 25% of the Approximately half a million sexual assaults that occur in this country every year, even ever get reported, let alone the number that actually end up in court. With with with a conviction, so it's a total uphill battle. I've been evolved in these cases, particularly serial, sexual assault, rape cases and convincing the victims to come forward. It takes a lot of time and energy. Um, and you know they have their told at some point. Look, you may have to stand up in court and actually look this guy in the eye and testify against him. It's pretty powerful stuff. This is a guy that's been sexually assaulting you. And now you're going to have to testify against him, and it's just too much for some victims. Yeah, that is the most concerning aspect of this from my perspective. Now you have Cosby. This was one specific case. There are numerous allegations and outside of the state of Pennsylvania as well. And while this particular case cannot be retried Do you think in part Because of what we're talking about here? There will be other prosecutors that tried to build an and, you know, pursue separate cases. I think the problem there is Statue of limitations. If you look at the 60, plus women that came forward Early on in this case. Claiming to be victims of of being sexually assaulted, Mr Crosby. And they're all beyond the statute of limitations, and they barely made the statue of limitations on this case. Uh, I think they were within months, if not a year of the statute running out limitations running out, So I think of the cases we know about Bryant, I think The remedy is going to be a civil case, if, in fact they choose to pursue that, and I wouldn't be surprised if you see some of those But I'm pretty sure that's maybe as far as this will go, Brad. The other case that comes to mind that is very different, but similar in terms of the attention applied to it, and the people involved. Harvey Weinstein. There were similar tactics from the prosecution used to call an additional witnesses that were not direct to the specific victim in the case that was being tried. Do you think this has any potential impact on that case also tried to separate state. Oh, maybe You know, maybe I think you've got some fairly strong. Victims in Weinsteins case. Uh, I think there's more documentation. Uh and or evidence in Weinstein's case than you had in Cosby's case, generally speaking. Um, yeah, And you know he because there are so many cases brand potentially get him to do fall. Inside that your limitations. It's given prosecutors around the company country as we're witnessing, uh, the opportunity only the ability to charge him. Well, remarkable turn of events. Um, yeah, I take it You didn't see this one coming, neither, huh? Well, I knew about this issue with what Castor had said several years ago to Cosby's defense team. Uh, And you know, it's interesting when you look at some of the leader legal scholars I've read in the last few hours. You know, they sort of split about whether this is actually legally accurate. That are prosecutors. Former prosecutors are the new ones bound by what the old ones did. You know, I saw? I don't know. So there's that whole issue here. We'll have to see how it comes up in other cases. Brian. Thank you very much for the time of the analysis very interesting. Are you're welcome. Take care of Brian you as well Bred cared. ABC news, crime and terrorism analyst at Brad Investigates. All right. So the news around the state and I mean what?.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:33 min | 5 months ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"This is the Joe Piscopo Show on a 9 70. Yes, sir. From California to the New York Island from the redwood far to the Gulf Stream waters. This land was made for you. Let me as I was walking one that little bit of highway way I saw above me that endless skyway I saw below me that Golden Valley land was way way. Thanks to let Ryland sure my Khan is beautiful Bride got us that record. We love that from anything patriotic. And Mr Crosby, Bing Crosby. You're young Google. Bing Crosby was huge. Back in the thirties for crying out loud. Hey, what I'm gonna do. I'm trying to teach others how to speak English. Say you got to say I love you, buddy saying. That's good. I I I love you. Good. I, uh good. Good. Good. Good. You could cook who look escapes formulating in English. I love you. There you go, buddy. One which I love you Good. E. I have a little treat. My energy gets it one more time. I love you. All right. Okay, just to be clear. Just how you get around America. Moo chul glasses. Let me hear you say that macho about you kick like a teaching Me goes first little piece of status. Maybe Italian. My big bear. This dog is so big and I think I have the dog with me. I love my dog. And he goes. That's the end of the driveway. As you saw. I posted it. Anyway. Turn that trained him not to go off the property and Alice of my son. He said. Oh, he shouldn't be left out like that. We already relax. You know what I mean? It's like, you know what I mean? They go out. I want the dog to have free rein. But he knows not to go. He does. And not that he always does. That knows not to go on the road. So we wait for me. Wait for me, and I'm not gonna take the dog jogging with me with the most dangerous thing you could do. Is to have the dog on a leash and get on your bike and go bike riding with the dog is not fair to the dog is dangerous for you because God forbid the dog runs after an animal or something like that. You go down, so I have a great great dog here. I'm trying to just teach. Teach the dog English a little bit. That would be because otherwise, But I guess you gotta be bilingual in America these days, so I should take him a little bit of Spanish duty and C C with taking the dog making me not to. On the cat. You could teach a capital. Please, please see, you know that with a Catholic, I go speak Spanish. I don't know about my doggie, You know? Hey, Jo, On the radio Al out comes out. The al comes out my neck of the woods. I'm gonna boondocks out in west yours, You know, correct? Yes. So yesterday he names that Saturday. Oh, Saturday when you know Hey, things like that the minute away. He's and he goes. He's right by Captain Frank, my buddy Captain Frank and we we could have done a tour of the farm. We get a gun around and you've got, but we're still in the middle of Cove in I was with other people, so I don't know how comfortable it would have been people with you. Yeah. I don't know that We had another couple with us. It was me and my wife doesn't want me. I have no ditches, right? I know exactly exactly. You met these people already? So I mean, you don't remember, but you met him. Yeah. You met him at one of your performances on Staten Island. And she's the woman who tried to get it was trying to get you to come to our church. Toc Father, Phil, But Father Phil is no longer there isn't a different Paris now. Yes. Yeah, he left. He went to another parish. They have a couple of different priest. What do you do that they change like, Listen, They're like every company good employees. They move them elsewhere. Tell works way. The best priest. I know it differences. They Have a higher calling God comes down and goes this guy. Move him. He's better over here. All right? Yes, Your Eminence. They need to do with money. How much they would have raised in the parish. And if they done well, they move into another Paris, right? Could be. I mean, Mel Brooks of the last supper. There he was. Jesus. Yeah, Shoot us. What? What's that, like? Well, I know we had a nice man. I swear to goodness gracious. I nailed a 35 minute Mass this weekend. How about now? We drove past now. Now, let me ask you a question. We drove past on the way to Pennsylvania after we stopped at this at the site of farm. We headed up the eastern. That was this old guy in the road. I said we'll do Sinatra for food. No, no, no, no, no. We did see a sign for a drive in mass. Is that the mass that you go to every once in a while driving one area? That awful 1 73 heading towards 78 were actually 20 to zap diamonds from the half 25. That's a boy. Were you with a couple in the car? Yes, I drove. Yeah, man. So rather than take two cars, we took one car. Alright. You wear a mask when he tried to know, Three of the four of us have been vaccinated, so I don't feel the need to wear. I'm still kind of have that fear little bit. Everybody feels I don't people who are just afraid to go out of the house and do anything anymore because of what they felt she fear, you know. But I have a little of that. I must admit, if I'm gonna call it somebody that could tell us a little mess cover. There's something, you know. Yeah. I mean again. I think I've only half of us were vaccinated. I probably would've wore a mask. But because 75% of us were vaccinated already. I didn't feel the need Good. Well, listen you you Well, that was a good that was a good of if you get it. He dropped that It's all right. Don't worry about it. See now, Joseph. Delia, are you young producer apparently was diagnosed with with this CCP virus with the Wuhan virus. He got it. Remains on. Don't tell you This is what gets me mad. It starts in the woman Institute of our ology. And then it goes all the way to Europe because the communist serving northern Italy and then I think from Europe. I think this is my opinions. What happened? And then the virus came in from Europe to America, and then it comes due to each and every one of us, And I think Communist China should be responsible, and they should pay for this, because now we got Joe's doing great, by the way is doing good night. He's gonna beat this. He doesn't have a fever and no chills or anything like that, Joey. Nothing like that. Right? No chills, no fever, But let's not get ahead of ourselves. And I'm gonna beat this. I'm looking forward. Maybe two point it together a little little memorial or something, you know? Did you pick? You pick that your coffin already? You said Mike, I picked out the suit. I picked out the lining of the coffin. All right, All right. Listen, You know what, though, but you are honestly and more seriously..

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"mr crosby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Call make zach games go. There's a call in my head. They forgot to do so so end. They call his dad. The groner is we remove everything. Dallas mr crosby. Just what was wrong with you. Nothing that's right. I just wanted to be on television. Hello dad island. I'll be right home arabia. I'll here is edgar bergen. And now it's time for another bit of sage advice from.

"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada Canada's Lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John Crosby in his cabinet. One not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Maruni at the podium. Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country as a whole and he offered up a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the the birth of CBC Newsworld commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. Funny I never saw any of it so here. We are at another Cabbie batmobiles a little while later and the Minister of communications came in with a project to create the new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the CBC saw. The debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'm going to try. What the Hell you put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his hand and he said Prime Minister? May I say something I said. Sure John what is it he said as I understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion million dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right Prime Minister I said well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called newsworld and we are going to give the CBC another two hundred million dollars so they can savage usque twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime minister. I said well I think Soja you said we'll prime administer. I'm GonNa need your help. You're a very smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I WANNA ask you to to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people of Newfoundland to convince them a little bit because they have never heard of anything thinks oh stupid in their entire lives.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada Canada's Lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John Crosby in his cabinet. One not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Maruni at the podium. Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country as a whole and he offered up a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the the birth of CBC Newsworld commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. Funny I never saw any of it so here. We are at another Cabbie batmobiles a little while later and the Minister of communications came in with a project to create the new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the CBC saw. The debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'm going to try. What the Hell you put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his hand and he said Prime Minister? May I say something I said. Sure John what is it he said as I understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion million dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right Prime Minister I said well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called newsworld and we are going to give the CBC another two hundred million dollars so they can savage usque twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime minister. I said well I think Soja you said we'll prime administer. I'm GonNa need your help. You're a very smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I WANNA ask you to to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people of Newfoundland to convince them a little bit because they have never heard of anything thinks oh stupid in their entire lives.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada Canada's Lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John Crosby in his cabinet. One not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Maruni at the podium. Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country as a whole and he offered up a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the the birth of CBC Newsworld commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. Funny I never saw any of it so here. We are at another Cabbie batmobiles a little while later and the Minister of communications came in with a project to create the new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the CBC saw. The debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'm going to try. What the Hell you put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his hand and he said Prime Minister? May I say something I said. Sure John what is it he said as I understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion million dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right Prime Minister I said well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called newsworld and we are going to give the CBC another two hundred million dollars so they can savage usque twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime minister. I said well I think Soja you said we'll prime administer. I'm GonNa need your help. You're a very smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I WANNA ask you to to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people of Newfoundland to convince them a little bit because they have never heard of anything thinks oh stupid in their entire lives.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada is lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John on crosby and his cabinet one not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet having a minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Mulroney at the podium Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country entry as a whole and he offered a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the birth of CBC News World Commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. I never saw any of it so here. We are at another cabinet meeting a little while later. And the Minister of communications occasions came in with a project to create a new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the BBC. So the debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'M GONNA try. What the Hell he put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his and and he said Prime Minister? May I say something back. I said sure John What is it. He said as I understand understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right prime minister. Well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called news world and we are going to give the CBC she another two hundred million dollars so they can savage us twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime administer. I said well I think so. You said well prime minister. I'm going to need your help. You're a very are you smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I'M GONNA ask you to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people with new from them to convince a little bit because they have never heard of anything so stupid in their entire lives..

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"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada is lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John on crosby and his cabinet one not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet having a minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Mulroney at the podium Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country entry as a whole and he offered a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the birth of CBC News World Commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. I never saw any of it so here. We are at another cabinet meeting a little while later. And the Minister of communications occasions came in with a project to create a new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the BBC. So the debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'M GONNA try. What the Hell he put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his and and he said Prime Minister? May I say something back. I said sure John What is it. He said as I understand understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right prime minister. Well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called news world and we are going to give the CBC she another two hundred million dollars so they can savage us twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime administer. I said well I think so. You said well prime minister. I'm going to need your help. You're a very are you smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I'M GONNA ask you to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people with new from them to convince a little bit because they have never heard of anything so stupid in their entire lives..

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"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If a Prime Minister of Canada is lucky and I mean really lucky he gets to have a John on crosby and his cabinet one not too. That's how former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began a tribute to his late friend and colleague in Saint John's earlier today dignitaries dignitaries and politicians of all stripes including Justin Trudeau and former prime minister. Joe Clark gathered for Mr Crosby state funeral in the provincial capital. Mr Crosby served as a cabinet having a minister under both Mr Clark and Mr Mulroney at the podium Brian Mulroney honored his friends fierce advocacy. Not only for his province but for his country entry as a whole and he offered a tentative impersonation of John Crosby in this story about the birth of CBC News World Commentators have discussed the crosby sense of humor. I never saw any of it so here. We are at another cabinet meeting a little while later. And the Minister of communications occasions came in with a project to create a new instrument called Newsworld and to fund it with a further grant to the BBC. So the debate went around the cabinet table and finally John put up his hand now. I can't imitate them but I'M GONNA try. What the Hell he put up his hand and you know many of you know that when he was trying to make an important point he closed his eyes so I knew it was going to be important because both of them were bat shot so he puts up his and and he said Prime Minister? May I say something back. I said sure John What is it. He said as I understand understand it we are presently giving the CBC a billion dollars a year so they can savage us eighteen hours a day. Is that right prime minister. Well John is just about right and he said this I understand we are going to create an instrument called news world and we are going to give the CBC she another two hundred million dollars so they can savage us twenty four hours a day. Is that right prime administer. I said well I think so. You said well prime minister. I'm going to need your help. You're a very are you smart man and you're a great speaker prime minister you're very eloquent. I'M GONNA ask you to come with me to Newfoundland and speak to the good people with new from them to convince a little bit because they have never heard of anything so stupid in their entire lives..

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"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"He was outspoken. And controversial and one of Newfoundland and Labrador's most admired and sometimes reviled politicians today people in that province and beyond are mourning the death of former provincial and federal cabinet minister. John Crosbie Mr Crosby entered provincial politics as a liberal but a eventually crossed the floor helping the Progressive Conservatives. Come to power in one thousand nine hundred four but at home. There's a black mark on his decades in office his his decision to shut down the northern cod fishery off Newfoundland and Labrador putting an estimated. Thirty thousand people out of work here are some of those people confronting Mr Crosby. You got a candidate celebration in Babel's in one thousand nine hundred to be it didn't take the from the Goddamn one hotel in two days later. John Crosby defended his decision to as it happens. Host Michael Enright. I don't believe there's any doubt out if we are to ensure the survival of a northern cod as a species at there has to be a moratorium so if you're interested in the survival of the species and if if you're interested in the future of your children and your children's children then you support the moratorium if you don't like the compensation that you've been offered by by the government and you want more than you make a reason case for it and you'll find a recent government that you certainly finding a receptive minister because I am doing all I can possibly do on behalf of the people in the vision of Newfoundland and have been doing this now for fourteen months as minister and I intend to go all all out to see that this situation is dealt with fairly and equitably. Do you think that we're at a point. The Newfoundland here has had a fulcrum here that the life in the province is going to change irrevocably. Because of what's happened to the stock can because of the moratorium because of all of the various factors go on I don't think that at all. I think that Newfoundland is always going to be not in terms of proportion of GNP or GDP not accept it but in terms of spirit and culture. Ethos what makes it tick. In terms of its wro-wrote life is always going to be a fishing gene province. As long as we ensure that there's some fish docks out there to be `cau- from our archives. That's the John Crosbie. Speaking with former as it happens host post Michael Enright back in Nineteen ninety-two Danny Williams was the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador from two thousand and three to two thousand ten. We reached him in Sarasota Florida. Mr Williams what's going through your mind as you hear John Cosby's voice in that clip. It's brings me back to a very very difficult all time and then for Atlanta Rapper. Door there was a lot of people. Were very scared at that time. Virtually Shutting Down Rural New Land Labrador and John had to go into the the storm to face. Angry fishermen knew had their industry closed and the road taken out and underneath them. Now all for good reason was very very brave fearless to go in and face the storm and and he did and then on the other end of the whole ugly exercise you know e- Far badly. Valiantly at the cabinet table to increase the compensation anklets striking about it. Listening to that is his efforts to balance out two two things the survival of the species. He insisted that is paramount. And at the same time doing all he can for the people of Newfoundland and Labrador that balance it so so difficult for politicians to strike. Do you think he did that. He did it he was. He was fearless and brave passionate the laboratory because he he he loved the place But he had a job as a federal minister but he did strike that balance very well you know. He assured the people that look you know. I'm just looking out for you. I'M GONNA be fighting for you. I didn't cause this problem. I had to do this. But we're going to get through it and you know he did and John was very very charismatic character to as well I mean people like them even though that he had to say tough things and they were very angry at that particular day. I remember very vividly but they respect perspective and afterwards even admired him so he was never kinda held as the over who they shut out the fishery miss not responsible for him say say things like that. I didn't take deficient. Gd Water for a lot of politicians that that would be a career ender but he could say things like that. What how could he you get away with some of the things? He said well you know he was colorful. And you know he did have a a great sense of humor but I think that the mass is superior intelligence legit is underneath. The John had a good brain. He was a very very spirited and then telling Bursa so he was able to Kinda couple things that will have a shock effect. We'll have a dark humor or whatever and then on back and people and see hang on a minute here now. There's this is not a buffoon this is a guy who's got eight food brain and who means well so he can get away with it. He had that flamboyance about him that he can pull it off not everybody could do. What was your relationship with them? How did you come come to know John Clasby my father? I'm John Basically practice law at the same time so you know John and Dad. We're good friends and I basically followed a parallel track at a different level. I wasn't directly involved in politics on the front line certainly was involved in the organization side and the fund raising raising and so I got to observe him nothing but a close and then I was governor for a period of time. Well I was premium as well so you know we have to work together at that point and you know. I can't say we agreed on everything. I don't think anyone would expect do personalities like on John. I don't think that would happen. But we certainly got along and respected each other and I remember John Actually coming to step down and he said the kicks because he knows your time is young Williams. I was young but anyway but he said you know Williams. I wouldn't be me. He said if I was moving on to the polls he said uh they'd have to drag me out kicking screaming now. He started in laxly in municipal politics and quickly went into provincial. Politics era of Joey smallwood but then when I went to Ottawa to to sit at the federal cabinet table and to join federal politics. What did he? How did he representing different in Labrador with all those other interests of Canada's were brought to Ottawa well he brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Federal Cabinet table? Indiana's understand whether it had developed before it'd probably had or during his term with Prime Minister Mulroney. They had a a good friendship. And as a result John was able to leverage that friendship to deliver the oil and gas industry didn't Land Labrador Obrador because at a time when Hibernia was in question as being a risky venture on the frontier. You know John Basically delivered that to the province and and you know we could be decades behind which would mean you know at this stage which would've meant a considerable loss of revenue not only to Newfoundland Labrador Canada. What do you think John? COSBY's legacy will be. I think you know he will prove to be one of the most. Prominent new land public figures. Ever and not only did did he bring themselves to the forefront on the line also bought our problems to the forefront and he's legacy from a financial perspective is the fact that he delivered the oil and gas industry to Newfoundland and Labrador during his time as a federal cabinet minister because that was a difficult time they didn't have the support around the cabinet table Meech Lake was happening at at that time and he still managed to pull it off so I would see that as as enjoying a legacy millions early. Appreciate you sharing your thoughts about John Crosbie with us. Thank you know. It's been an honor and under these seconds can call it a pleasure. It has been a face lift. Thank you Danny. Williams is a former premier of Newfoundland and Labrador. We reached him in Sarasota Florida. Of course we cannot forget the way John Crosbie talked to and about liberal real. MP Sheila Copps in the house he told her just quiet down baby and at an event in one thousand nine hundred. He said she reminded him of Bobby Bare Song Tequila Sheila. Despite his behavior they later became friends and the CBC played a part on Valentine's Day nineteen ninety-five CBS's morningside brought the pair together for a different kind verbal exchange. The last time you taught you should be saying a load of each other. I think it's been a long time too long. I think we might as well. Just start. Start Right in here now the fiction back. Are you ready for it. John Crosbie you ready. I think our own lines minds are better than these. We'll go ahead okay. Why did you have to come to Casablanca? There are other places. I wouldn't have come if I had known you were here. Believe me Rick. It's true I didn't know about your voice how it hasn't changed Harris Richard Dear. I'll go with you. Any place will get on the train together. Never stop please. Don't don't Rick I can understand how you feel. You understand how I feel. How long was it? We had honey. I didn't count the days. Well I did every one of them. Mostly I remember the last one a while. Finish a guy standing on the station platform and the rain but the comic look in his face. Because he's inside had been kicked out John Crosby and Sheila Copps playing the leads from Casablanca on. CBC's ABC's Morningside in Nineteen ninety-five on twitter. Today MS COPS posted about Mr Crosby's death. She wrote saddened to hear of the passing of our dear friend John Crosbie a great newfoundlander gender and a great Canadian. His contributions to the province in the country he loved will be long remembered.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

10:30 min | 1 year ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"He was outspoken. And controversial and one of Newfoundland and Labrador's most admired and and sometimes reviled politicians today people in that province and beyond are mourning. The death of former provincial and federal cabinet minister John Crosbie. Mr Crosby entered provincial. VINCA politics as a liberal but eventually crossed the floor helping the Progressive Conservatives. Come to power in one thousand nine hundred four but at home. There's a black mark on his decades in office. His decision to shut down the northern cod fishery off Newfoundland and Labrador putting an estimated. Thirty thousand people out of work. Here are some of those people confronting Mr Crosby at candidate celebration in Bay bowls in Nineteen ninety-two Mr Crosby. It didn't take the Goddamn Water Hotel in two days later. John Crosby defended his decision to as it happens. Host Michael Enright. I don't believe there's any doubt if we are to ensure survival of the northern cod as a species at there has to be a moratorium. So if you're interested in the survival of the species and if you're interested in the future of your children and your children's children and you support the moratorium if you don't like the compensation that you've been offered by the government and you want more than you make a reason case four and you'll find a recent government that you certainly finding a receptive minister because I am doing all I can possibly do. On behalf of the people in the vision of Newfoundland happening doing this now for fourteen months as minister and I intend to go all out out to see that this situation is dealt with fairly and equitably. So do you think that we're at a point. The Newfoundland here has had a fulcrum here here that the life in in the province is going to change irrevocably. Because of what's happened to the con- stock can because of the moratorium because of all of the various factors that go on I don't think that at all. I think that Newfoundland is always going to be not in terms of proportion of GNP or GDP the exception but in terms of its spirit and culture. Ethos what makes take in terms of its wro-wrote life is always going to be a fishing in providence. As long as we ensure that some fish docks out there to be caught from our archives. That's the John Crosbie. Speaking with former as it happens host Michael Enwright back in Nineteen ninety-two Danny Williams was the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador from two thousand and three to two thousand ten. We reached him in Sarasota Florida. Mr Williams what's going through your mind as you hear John Cosby's voice in that clip. It's brings me back to a very very difficult. The landman rapid door there was a lot of people. Were very scared at that time. Virtually Shutting Down Rural New Land Labrador and John had to go into the eye the storm to face angry fishermen who had their industry closed and the road taken out and underneath a nel. All for good reason was a very very brave very moment. He had to be fearless to face the storm and and he did and on the other end of the whole ugly exercise. He fought badly certainly at the cabinet table to increase the compensation anklets striking about it. And it listening to that is his efforts to balance out to due to things the survival of the species. He insisted that is paramount. And at the same time doing all he can for the people of Newfoundland and Labrador that balance. It's so oh difficult for politicians to strike. Do you think he did that he did he was he was fearless and brave. You know he's a passionate ever ever doing because he he he loved the place But he had a job as federal minister but he did strike that balance. Very well you know. He assured the people that look. You know I'm looking out for you. I'M GONNA be fighting for you. I didn't cause this problem. I had to do this. But we're going to get through it and You know he did and John was very very very charismatic character to as well I mean people like to meet him though that he had to say tough things and they were very angry at that particular day remember very vividly but they respect recco and afterwards even admired him so he was never kinda held says the over who they shut out the fishery Mr responsible for when you hear him say do things like that. I didn't take deficient. Gd Water for a lot of politicians that that would be a career ender but he could say things like that. What how could he get away with some of the things he said well you know he was colorful and you know he? He did have a a great sense of humor but I think that the mass a superior intelligence. It's underneath the John. Had A good brain. He was a very very spirited and then television burst so he was able to couple things. That have shock effect or would have a dark humor or whatever and then on back and people will then see. Hang on a minute here now. This is not a buffoon this is a guy who's got a you could brain. And who means well so he can get away with it. He had that flamboyance about him that he could pull it off. Not Everybody can do. What was your relationship with them? How did you come to know John? Crosbie father I'm John. Basically practice law at the same time so you know John and Dad. We're good friends and I tasty followed a parallel track at a different level. I wasn't directly. Involved in politics on the front line certainly was involved in the organization side and the fundraising using it. So I got to observe him. Nothing for but a close and You know then I was governor for a period of time while I was premium as well so you know we have to work together at that point and you know. I can't say we agreed on everything. I don't think anyone would expect do personalities like myself. I'm John I don't think that would happen. But we certainly got along and respected each other. And I remember John Actually coming to step down and he said the kicks because to me at the time young Williams I was very young but anyway but he said you know winning is I wouldn't be me boy. He said if I was moving on to the polls he said they'd have to drag me out kicking and screaming now. He started in actually in municipal politics and quickly went into provincial. Politics era of of Joey smallwood but then went to Ottawa to to sit at the federal cabinet table and to join federal politics. What did he how did he represent present different in Labrador with all those other interests of Canada's that were brought to Ottawa well he brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Federal Cabinet table? The understand whether it had developed before and it probably had or during his term with Prime Minister Maroni. They had a good friendship. And as a result you know John was able to leverage that friendship to deliver the WANNA gas industry didn't land labrador the door because at a time when Hibernia was in question as being a risky venture on the frontier you know John Basically delivered that to the province. And you you know we could be decades behind which would mean you know at this stage. which would have meant considerable loss of revenue not only to the Labrador but a deep to Canada? What do you think John? COSBY's legacy will be. I think you know he will prove to be one of the most prominent public figures. Ever and not only did he bring himself to the forefront of the line make also brought up problems to the forefront and he's legacy from financial perspective is the fact that he delivered the oil and gas industry to tune Newfoundland and Labrador during his time as a federal cabinet minister because that was a difficult time. They didn't have the support around the cabinet table. Meech Lake was happening at that the time and he still managed to pull it off so I would see that as as enduring legacy appreciate you sharing your thoughts about John Crosbie with us. Thank you well. It's been an honor and under these seconds that I can call it a fisher. It has been a facial. Think very thank you Danny. Williams is a former premier of Newfoundland and Labrador. We reached him in Sarasota Florida. Of course we cannot forget the way John Crosbie talked to and about liberal. MP Sheila Copps in the house he told her just quiet down baby and at an event in nineteen ninety. He said she reminded him of Bobby Bare Song Tequila Sheila. Despite his behavior they later became friends and the CBC played a part on Valentine's Day nineteen ninety-five CBS's morningside. Brought the pair together for a different kind of verbal exchange. The last time you to talk you should be saying to each other low dean a long time too long. I think we might as well. Just start start right in here I can. Are you ready for it. John Crosbie you ready. I think our own lines. Sure better than these will go ahead. Okay why did you have to come to Casablanca. There are other places. I wouldn't have come if I had known you were here. Believe me Rick it's true. I didn't know it's funny about your voice how it hasn't changed uh-huh Within Harris Richard Dear. I'll go with you. Any place will get on the train together. Never stop please. Don't don't Rick I can understand how you feel. You understand how I feel. How long was it? We had honey. UH-HUH I didn't count the days. Well I did everyone of them. Mostly I remember the last one a while. Finish a guy standing on the station platform that form the rain but the comic look in his face because he's inside had been kicked out John Crosby and Sheila Copps playing the leads from Casablanca on. CBS's he's Morningside in Nineteen ninety-five on twitter. Today MS COPS posted about Mr Crosby's death. She wrote saddened to hear of the passing of our dear friend. John Crosbie a great newfoundlander and a great Canadian. His contributions to the province in the country he loved will be long remembered.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"mr crosby" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are considering removing a controversial new deal era mural, George Washington, high school like the paintings and quite tower the fresco mural by leftist painter Victor aren't off was commissioned under the works project. Excuse me, works progress administration federal our project critics of the mural, which contains images of slavery and a dead native American say it glorifies genocide and his dehumanize. Sizing for native American and black students those in favor of keeping it in place. Worry that removing the mural would create a troubling precedent for other public artworks joining us to discuss the life of the Washington mural. We've got a couple of people who will be joining us vague things here, but I wanna go I von cook. Who is president of the San Francisco board of education and welcome to the program. Good to have you. This morning, Mr. Crosby. Yeah. Please do have you with us. Stephen cook. Again, is president of San Francisco board of education gives us a little historical background. If you could I think committee came to you and was concerned and take it from there. Yeah. So these conversations started years ago, I joined the board and November to November twenty sixteen and throughout that first year twenty seventeen we've got several community groups come into the school district to talk about how harmful the images were. And so from there we school district decided to put together committee, but people to review the mural, and they came back recommendations, which was to which which was essentially that all the meal should be removed. So individuals came to you, and then a committee was established. I just wanna get this sequence of that. Right. And. You're in agreement with this community community groups came harbor community groups organized and they've been doing it for years. Actually, I think it goes back to the seventies. Doesn't it some of these groups? He's actually yeah. Yeah. And I think I mean the attention that the mural has gotten I think is a bit troubling considering all the series issues facing the school district. But you do support you do support the removal of the mural, correct? I support the removal of the narrow and I'm up, and I'm more concerned about what we're doing around kind of guessing T is in what we're doing teacher housing at these really serious issues that the school board should be spending the time on and you know, pennies on the wall is it. I don't think what we signed up to do everyone to join the board of education. So what are we talking about in terms of concern of those parents and those who have expressed concern to you specifically? I mean, you say there are more important issues, but to to a number of people, this is a priority, isn't it? Well, right. It was I mean, the the issue of empowering students and making sure they they represented reflected in a positive way. That's that's the center of our work. So if removing a painting will help us achieve that. Then I'm all for that. So that's why it was very easy thing for me to say yes to removing the mural. All right. I thank you for joining us. That's the von cook who is president of San Francisco board of education. We're talking about a controversy over his school at school mural depicting slavery colonization, let me go to we'll minus who's here with us in studio. He's Stewart of Diego Rivera mural project at City College of San Francisco, why is this mural important? Well, well, it's the precedent. It sets. Art, sometimes is dangerous. Sometimes art is controversial. And we wanna live in a society where only art that's vetted by somebody is allowed to be seen or do. We wanna live in a society where you get your opportunity to see everything and make your own choices. So the concern that you have and we should say your in Shikano. Yeah. Yes. Is that you kinda whitewashing United States history by removing the mural, exactly exactly Victor Arnott off was very courageous he'd gotten the the gig to go ahead and paint this mural, but he chose to. Well, I'm going to paint about Washington. I'm gonna kind of out the country, we had slavery. We add genocide. And in fact, the two issues of our very inexorably connected because if we had MacKillop all the indigenous people, we wouldn't have to go and get black slaves. What about the argument? The children of African Americans in the children of native Americans are disturbed by these images and and hurt by them. Well, you know, right now, we the long-awaited national museum of African American art and culture opened they would have what I think these people would consider disturbing images about slavery. They even have the shackles that were put on young people in their fragile ankles. So this national museum is not trying to promote slavery. It. What is trying to do is let people know what? The history was the same. Same thing with the Choctaw nation has a discussions on the trail of tears where the Choctaw nation was displaced from their ancestral homes and enjoy and sent to Oklahoma and along the way four thousand died these mortars, and I kind of think that the dead body in the mural honors these. Four thousand martyrs so preserved for historical reasons as well as education when artistic but I was reading that their kids have George Washington high school who say I'll meet you by the dead Indian. I mean, these kids have to be educated about what this is don't they that that's one of the issues, and of course, other people have come up with very reasonable. Suggestions very much like what just happened at the national museum. Of natural history in New York where they took a diorama of old New York and had some stereotypes. And so what they did is put a bunch of didactic panels around to explain the stereotypes, and in fact, instead of destroying the murals turn them into an educational opportunity. Let's talk a little bit about the artists in New Zealand is Victor on a tough Bob charity, by the way colleague of mine has a wonderful book about him. There was published by university of Illinois. He was I think if you put it he walked the walk. I mean, he was a leftist. He was a commie. He wanted to show. How terrible American history was exactly so covering it up. Then from your perspective is a mistake. It's a mistake with these are treasures they were paid for by the people of this country. They belong to everybody. Just like the gig Rivera mural that that I'm a caretaker a steward of these belong to the people down through time. And I realize when you have a fresco they can last two hundred years. So I'm a steward. That's all. I am an I'll pass it on to the people that come after. Will you can't pass it on? If you whitewashed it. You think this is perhaps part of this is well intentioned. And well, you know, that's it. It's it's well intentioned. But maybe people aren't looking at a bigger ledger that it's more important. I myself. When I was nineteen got sent down to the south station down there as a marine, and I saw some stuff first hand, the shake my life. Stuff that was terrible. But it allowed me a perspective that a lot of people don't have when President Obama got elected. You can't understand unless you saw that. What a watershed moment that was for the country. We'd broken through a wall that despite all the backsliding over the last couple of years will never go past that again, ugly history is perhaps real history. But at the same time, this is many people's minds dehumanizing. At least what's being depicted. It's and in some instances, maybe even horrifying and history. Is you know, that's why we have holocaust museums. And should you could use the same argument what we want don't want to see that. It's terrible. And in fact, in Germany their streets named after people who are victims their fessing up to it. They're having to. Admit these wrongs from before. And that's what the victim aren't office doing. He was a head of a learning curve. And now, of course, the common dialogue to bring these issues up in nineteen thirty six it wasn't. He was sticking his neck out. Well, let me open the phone lines now to hear from some of our listeners on this whole question of the murals and the controversy over the school mural depicting slavery colonization, do you think it's hurtful, and if so should it be removed to see idea of that? There's also a question about where to draw the line with this. Because for example, Matt Haney San Francisco supervisor who is in favor of removing the mural also feels that George Washington high school, maybe should be changed in its name. Because she always Washington was was a slave owner. And he's depicted as a slave owner in this mural. It is a part of American history. How do you feel about this and should children be protected, and is that censorship and particularly big questions about whether or not we're talking about censorship of public art or art that should be. Be in school, and those who are post say, well, that's the place that shouldn't be where kids can be harmed by it. Or they can be hurt by these images like the air some thoughts from our listeners, and you can join us now at our toll free number. It's eight six six seven three three six seven eight six. We welcome your calls, and your emails forum kqeDorg is how you can Email us, and you can also post questions or comments right onto our website. It QE dot org slash forum and click on the segment already getting so comments as you might imagine. Let me just read them here. Betsy rights don't whitewash history. Teach it these murals do not glorify Soleil Gorie or native annihilation, they depict it. They are California history tool and should be used to enlighten. Here's no L racer should be a mandatory history lesson for all the students at the school about the context of the mural that was painted during the depression by an artist employed by the WPA, and that they should learn what historians of the time wrote about slavery and native Americans the students can learn that we have evolved from these views, and we need to face our past not cover it up. Writes re contextual ization would seem to me memory can be precious, including a memory of how things used to be viewed. For example, it is important to remember that you jenex used to be so respectable in the United States would now I hope he considered deplorably racist. So we're getting a lot of comments on on your side will, but we were hoping that we could get somebody from the Indian education program involved in this, and I hope that she will indeed appear here. But in the meantime, we're going to hear what some of our listeners have to say, and let me just say that there's another argument this that you shouldn't show are that is from the colonizers perspective. Now, I know we've said aren't a tough was a leftist. He was trying to pick things in a way that showed. Well, how America was backward and enslaved people in detail things, the native Americans and so forth. But I suppose you could make that argument that this is also from the colonizers perspective where do you draw the line? Would you rather live in a country.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And if you have the Lexa, Google home just say play WFAN, and you'll be locked into the fans so hats off to Kenny Atkinson, and Sean Mark says the Brooklyn nets for the first time since two thousand fourteen twenty fifteen they're on their way to the postseason. I know for some net fans they were little nervous. They're all anxious. They're wondering the nets gonna choke away. This chance of getting back into the postseason when I have to worry about that any longer. Taking care of the Indiana Pacers one away ninety six on Sunday, and how apropos for a net team that has it exactly had an easy road back to the postseason. Not having draft picks. Not having the ability to going get the best free agent. That's on the market. Dave had to make some really shrewd smart roster decisions that really shaped the complexion of this thing. The Angelo Russell trade. That's exhibited. Think about the ngelo Russell. And what his narrative when he was leaving the Los Angeles Lakers guy was being labeled a bust. He had all this drama the stuffing, Nick young. And Iggy azalea is performance on the court. It was a nightmare for him in LA. He came to Brooklyn kind of blended into the culture one about his business. And you know what? Now, he looks like the player we all thought he was going to be when he came out of Ohio State. He's an also you think about Spencer Dinwiddie, you'd think about Joe Harris, you'd think about the way they have developed taking talent from one point taking it to a different level. That's what it's all about. That's the sort of winning culture that more than Atkinson had started to build with this team. Now, I read the cut Harris played Spencer Dinwiddie, so well and good, you know, we're not just happy about making a postseason. We wanna make noise in a postseason. Great gluck. Because Brooklyn now will be matching up with either the Philadelphia seventy Sixers. Well, the Toronto Raptors. You compare their playoff odds to what you're going to get with the islanders who now. No, they have home is. And it'll be Mr. Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Starting. Wednesday night. At at.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"With with all your normal professional duties, but then being the social director here as well. Well, we try to take on a little bit of a roll post because we get so many members of our CBS family who who come out, and they just love this trip is or favorite week of the year. And of course, got a lot of friends that are in all with the PGA tour and some of the celebrity field as well that we've grown acquainted with through what this fourth year broadcasting the tournament. So it's it's a special time. It's a busy time coming off the Super Bowl awake ago. And although we took Monday night just to have a quiet night at home starting Tuesday. They were events there was an event Jusin. I winced night Thursday. We kept a low e Friday we had the CBS crew over to the house. Right now for almost twenty five years. I've tried to throw an offense that would be in the spirit of being Crosby. Obviously, there's no one like thing. But just plays a local. Indecision before I became a local I thought there should be something kind of set aside for a portion of the celebrity field that would be a modern day version of like, a clamp or whatever you wanna call it. So that's what some odd years of my wife, Courtney hosting it was last night. We had some golfers there yet. Celebrities. They're like Greg Kinnear. Ray romano's bit every year. Train. Of course, Clint Eastwood comes as our guests every single year. And it's a it's a wine cellar experience with as many people's you have upwards of twenty four people in one conversation. Lots of stories lots of laughs. Oath to Bing Crosby, celebrating the good fortune and blessings that we have the chance to be here to be somehow on the Monterey peninsula experiences. Leak friendship fellowship. All try to bring it together. I think that was the intent originally Mr. Crosby. Anyway, it's been a ball bismuth is in one big party. I'm not going to get you. Yeah. That's great. And I know we don't want to make predictions but Phil's three back plane today in the last group with Paul Casey, another Arizona state grad. I assume Phil was upbeat last night. And in ready for a big round today. You know, he didn't even talk about any strategy regarding today. He knows how to get it around here with four four wins eight top three finishes. I don't know if you know, this you could certainly Google it online, but I made some outrageous predictions for a long time ago that I thought still win the twenty nine hundred US open here. And when I was out down at the PGA show launching clothing line with. I want on golf channel and with Jerry Williams. And I said on the air that was gonna win at Pebble Beach this year meeting, the US open, and somehow it, you know, it's. Whatever a lot of people. Thought that was a wait you're taking a forty eight year old in the US open. Ashley forty nine on the Sunday of glass open while I still think he can't do the double by the way, I think he can win today and he can win. And we went Jack Nicklaus. One in seventy two the US open with one iron off the flagstick. At seventeen he wanted to Crosby earlier that year when tiger won in two thousand. He wanted to Crosby earlier in the year. So I like fills chapters around here every single time mckee's it up to be a lot of fun. Well earlier in the week. He did something you never done before he hit every single fairway used to feel. You know being in parking lots and backyards and other things and and fairway bunkers, but he hit every single fairway. So he's got to do that in June. If he's going to win here damn close to it. Never a dull moment, I think. That's why he's been such a long time. Attraction of the game. Is he's worth the price of admission because. Yeah, he's gonna hit shots that you can't believe both ways. Great. And not so crazy. But yesterday, they hit fourteen and two uphill second shot. Four iron and stuff it in there about three feet of let the eagle pretty amazing. I mean the club head speed. He still has ideas more than ever right now. He says that was after a three hundred thirty one yard drive on on the whole with zero run out fluid. Thirty one I've got old music. I just so hard to believe having played that whole a number of times myself. That's that's just that's just crazy sub gymnasts. Thank you so much for some time on hey, thanks, man. This is a good way for me to run into the broadcast by getting a few thoughts cobbled together on your great show. I always loved being being on what you. You and when mitch's there, of course, Tommy as well. And I hope you have a wonderful day. Back and enjoys couple peace in all of its lender. Is I look out the window right now. The sun is shining. And they were going to have just a perfect day in the end. There's gymnasts. Visit we had within this morning. Always very generous with his time and fun to to visit with Jim and I see him as sort of the face of this tournament down the line. They've had Clint Eastwood up in the the eighteenth tower today with them, but with Jim living here now, and and really sort of understanding the vibe of what this tournament has been having been involved broadcasting now for thirty plus years and living here on the peninsula. I really I really see him as a a face to this thing at some point down the Rhine the line. He mentioned hosting this dinner with. With print snicker and Mickelson and a few others. And I could see that expanding as well. So so pretty cool stuff in gyms gyms doing a great job with it. So so a lot of fun give you a little scoring update. The the leaders have played down through eight holes. And Paul Casey is still the leader. He's got a two shot lead over Scott Langley, and Phil Mickelson Casey. And Mickelson both. Little tricky four-footers on number eight to make par Scott stallings and see. Well, kim. We're both. I believe tied for second. At one point. They've now backed off a little bit. They're both at thirteen under three shots back. So that's that's happening there. And then you've got a logjam that kind of mix up the the top the rest of the top ten there with Jason day a couple of under for the day. Brian gay one hundred for the day. And max Homa Cal bear alumnus. He is in the top ten right now five under through fifteen holes. Having started on the back nine. So he's got holes number. Let's see would that make it six seven eight nine. Seven eight nine to play. So you know, a couple of tough holes coming in. But a top ten for max would be would be pretty awesome. I don't think he has full status at this point. So that would be a real good one there. Hey, the PGA championship will be coming to Harding park TPC Harding park in the year twenty twenty and we've got the twenty one women's US open at Olympic club in twenty one. So lots of great Goff coming to the bay area including down here in June. We've talked a lot about the US open. There are only four hundred and fifty seven days left before the PGA championship coming to TPC Harding park. How many.

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"mr crosby" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"mr crosby" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"An incredibly busy week for you with with all your normal professional duties, but then, you know, being the social director here as well. Well, we try to take on a little bit of a roll hosts because we get so many members of our CBS family knew who come out, and they just love this trip is or favor week of the year. And of course, we've got a lot of friends all with the PGA tour and some of the celebrity field as well that we've grown acquainted with through what this is my fourth year broadcasting the tournament. So it's it's a special time. It's a busy time coming off a Super Bowl a week ago. And although we took Monday night just to have a quiet night at home starting Tuesday. They were events there was an event choose it. I Wednesday night Thursday. We kept it low e Friday we had the CBS crew over to the house sat right now for almost twenty five years. I've tried to throw an offense that would be in the spirit of Bing Crosby, obviously, there's no one like being but just plays a local decision before I became a local. I thought there should be something kind of set aside for a or Shen of the celebrity field that would. Be a modern day version of like a clam bake, or whatever you wanna call it. So that twenty some odd years of my wife, Courtney Lee hosting it was last night. We had some golfers there yet. Celebrities. They're like Greg Kinnear. Ray romano's bid every year. Pat Monahan train. And of course, Clint Eastwood comes as our guests every single year. And it's a it's a wine cellar experience with as many people you have upwards of like twenty four people in one conversation watching stories lots of laughs owed to Bing Crosby, celebrating the good fortune and blessings that we have the chance to be here to be somehow on the Monterey peninsula experiences. Leak friendship fellowship. All try to bring it together. I think that was the intent originally Mr. Crosby. And anyway, it's been a ball bismuth in one big party. I'm not gonna get you. Yeah. That's great. I know we don't want to make predictions. But. Fills three back plane today in the last group with Paul Casey, another Arizona state grad. I assume Phil was upbeat last night. And in ready for a big round today. You know, he didn't even talk about any strategy regarding today. He knows how to get it around here for four wins eight top three finishes. I don't know if you know that she could certainly Google it online, but I made some outrageous predictions for a long time ago that I thought win twenty nine hundred US open here. And when I was out down at the PGA show launching clothing line with. Defiance. I want on golf channel and with Gary Williams, and I said all the air that was gonna win at Pebble Beach this year meeting, the US open, and somehow, you know, it's. Whatever a lot of people. Thought that was wait you're taking a forty eight year old guy to win the US open insurance forty nine on the Sunday of the US open while I still think he can't do the double by the way, I think he can win today and he can win. We went Jack Nicklaus. One in seventy two the US open with one iron off the flagstick at seventeen he wanted to Crosby earlier that year when tiger one in two thousand. He wanted to Crosby earlier in the year. So I like fills chapters around here every single time. I it up also fun. Well earlier in the week. He did something you never done before he hit every single fairway used to feel. You know being in parking lots backyards and other things and and fairway bunkers, but he hit every single fairway. So he's got to do that in June. If he's going to win here damn close to it. Never a dull moment, I think that's why he's been such a long time attraction at the game. As jazz is he's worth the price of admission because. Yeah. He he's gonna hit shots that you can't believe about both ways. Great. And not so crazy. But yesterday, they hit fourteen and two up hill second shot four iron and stuff it in there about three feet. Let the eagle in pretty amazing. I mean the club head speed. He still has ideas more than ever right now. He says that was after a three hundred thirty one yard drive on on a whole with zero run out fluid. Three thirty one. I I just it's just so hard to believe having played that whole a number of times myself. That's that's just that's just crazy stuff. Gymnast? Thank you so much for some time on a thanks, man. This is a good way for me to run into the broadcast. But if I getting a few thoughts cobbled together on your great show. I always loved being being on what you and when mitch's there, of course, Tommy as well. And I hope you have a wonderful day. Sits back and enjoys couple peace in all of its splendor. Is I look out the window right now. It is the sun is shining. And I think we're going to have just a perfect day and the end beautiful well said as usual and have a great broadcast, and again, your your time this morning awesome. All right. There we go. That's gymnasts. Always great to to stop vying. Visit with us and Jim will be doing the broadcast today starting I believe at noon on CBS, and you can you can switch over from us because we'll be done at noon for the morning broadcasts. We're going to we're gonna take this till noon, and we will be back at three thirty to five this afternoon. So we're going to get back on our schedule. Here. We got a couple of guests that we're going to check in with John Kennedy was San Jose State. And and yeah, we'll we'll hear later Darren recorded. The the prediction that Phil Mickelson will be the winner of the two thousand nineteen use up. And wouldn't that be something on his forty ninth birthday that would be history happening right here on the peninsula hooked on Gough.

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