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Fresh update on "murray" discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"Okay, I think we spent long enough talking about this. There's no new news here. And it'll just be kind of fascinating to see what direction the next go in. This is league, altering, this will be a league altering trade whenever it does happen. Wherever Katie goes, whatever the nets get back, the fallout, the reverberations, it'll all be really fascinating. We'll cover it later. Briefly want to mention before we get into the signings, the Jade Murray was traded. To the Atlanta Hawks, it's a humongous deal. We'll be covering that at some other time. There was just a lot of activity and because of how we kind of schedule this podcast, we didn't have a rapid reaction pod for that move. So we'll cover that at another time, but I just want to acknowledge it because that's kind of I don't know if it's been overlooked already because of the activity, but that's semi seismic move right there. It definitely has a fascinating one. Yeah, fascinating fascinating trade that I have so many thoughts on that have shared with you and Rohan and our colleague Jeremy whoo and our text thread. So we'll open up about that a little later, but let's get to winners and losers now because this is where it gets fun. And literally, Chris, as we are talking, as I am talking, I get a text notification that John wall has officially signed with the Los Angeles Clippers. So there's stuff flowing in left and right. As we record, do you have a do you want to kick us off with a winner from yesterday from this morning that you saw just perusing online scrolling through Twitter? You want me to cut your should we start obvious or should we go a little bit deeper into the weeds and then workers? Let's start big. Let's start big. So one that's not obvious then. Okay. To me, to me, the one I had a team on the fence and I moved them firmly into the winter circle as of like and hour and a half ago after they made this move..
2-time Wimbledon champ Murray loses to Isner in 2nd round
"And Emma rata were eliminated in the second round of Wimbledon Murray disappointed the crowd by losing to American John Isner in four sets Isner had been zero and 8 versus the two time Wimbledon champion Radio can who was asked by Caroline Garcia in straight sets Three time defending champ Novak Djokovic and number 5 Carlos alcaraz won their second round matches while number three Casper Roode fell Women's second seat at net cultivate and number 9 gardenia muguruza were defeated I'm Dave
Fresh update on "murray" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"I think the spurs probably do see this as selling high. And I think that's deliberate because if you look at San Antonio's recent history, where they really got run aground is they waited too long. On Kauai in particular, on trying to resolve that situation and figure out a way out of it. And as a result, they had to take a trade return that didn't really get them anywhere. This gets them somewhere. I think if anything, if you're looking at this from a kind of a global perspective, that's a lot of picks to give up for Dijon Murray, a fringe all star who, to your point, I don't think is going to be as prolific, probably not as successful in terms of box score stats or production as he was in San Antonio in Atlanta. That's just not going to be what his role is. But maybe he can get them over the hump that they need to. A great teammate, a great guy to play with and energizing player. I think they're banking on some of that stuff to help clean up whatever it is that kind of went wrong for them last year. It would make me nervous of San Antonio was like, yeah, we trade them. Just in principle, it's like, wait, $17 million a year. He was an all star replacement in the All-Star Game last year. This guy was good. He averaged nearly a trip. Why are you so anxious to trade him? I weirdly, I like the trade more for San Antonio. I don't mind it for Atlanta because basically they turn gallery and a bunch of future stuff that may never amount to anything into a real guy. A guy who is, I don't know, I had him like 34th or 35th of my trade value list. So I like the trade for both teams. I wonder for him. Is it the right team for him? I think it's a fair question. The fit for him will make sense as we're watching it and how long that's going to take. But I thought it was a really fun trade. I was into it. All right, rob Mahoney. Good to see you. Hopefully we'll have some more fireworks. Thanks for spending Thursday with us. Anytime, thanks, Bill. This episode of the Bill Simmons podcast is brought to you by air table. When a team isn't coming together, it shows their game suffers. It can cost them their entire season. You've got to play together as.
Grayson Murray's Love Hate Relationship With Twitter
"Why do you feel you get heat for throwing and snapping clubs when other people just get a free pass? I mean, so this is why I don't like Twitter. Does I feel like I'm always defending myself, all right? Like I always look like the bad guy. You know, they got these 5 guys. Whatever, we keep talking about they try to paint this picture to these guys, like these really good tissues, whatever. This image of the tour. They always post pictures of Rory signing autographs or whatever, like all the rest of us are out there signing as well, you know? So I'm always defending myself. It makes me look like I'm the world's against me. And I don't believe that. I don't think the world's against me. So that's one reason why I got rid of Twitter, but I mean, I don't know. I think I'm an easy target, like I think people just, they know, I'm going to respond to them, so they want to say some shit out there and they want to get a little bite from grace and Murray, which I give it to them. So Rory McIlroy is not out there tweeting to these guys like what they're saying to him and, you know, I think it's cool to be able to talk to your supporters and haters, you know? At a level, they can comprehend it. Like we're all just freaking human at the end of the day. Like these guys that make all this money, you think they're invincible and not human and can't relate to the rest of the people. Well, that's bullshit. I mean, the world for the people pod, right? We can all
Fresh update on "murray" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"These spent on a pick, something like that. I think they're going to have to trade them. Is his new contract. I think it's four years, 60 million, something like that, kicking in. And I think that's a possibility, but out of all the Atlanta trade pieces now. Colin seems like he's going. And who else would who would your money be on if you were like, this is the next Atlanta trade? It's a great question, because I think the only guys who I would bet on to be locked in. Obviously you have dejante Murray now. You have Trey young. I think a kongu is pretty solidly there. Hunter and hunter, I think maybe they'll work out some with an extension for him. Other than that, nothing would surprise me. If you told me Clint capela gets traded in a week, would not be shocked by the Donovan. Bogdanovich would not be shocked by that. So I think everything else is on the table for them, which leads you to some interesting places with herder and kind of reimagining what the future of that team looks like. But it's going to be tricky for them to get to get from right now they're really interesting with Murray. I really like that fit. How do they climb the mountain from there? Is there a path to another guy or does hunter become kind of your third star in that construction in a way that can make you more of a contender versus just a really interesting playoff team? Well, the fun thing for the south is they could just take her in Atlanta could just cut that salary off. So they could get pretty creative with whatever trade that is. I spent a lot of yesterday studying that Murray trade. I just have some lingering questions. Why would the spurs trade a 25 year old and everybody say it eventually went to the same place? This is the new version of tanking, right? You basically chop your leg off and they're like, I can't walk. Oh my God, what's going on? I can't believe I can't walk anymore. At the same time, I do wonder if the spurs felt like they were selling high on this. And I don't have a dog in this race. I don't care, but he put up a 21 8 9 and everybody's like, oh my God, those stats, Jesus, you know, almost a triple double. Didn't we make fun and triple doubles constantly there in the rest of West Virginia? Like his team was playing team. The biggest game in his career was that playing game against was it in New Orleans? Yes. And he sucked. And I just wonder if San Antonio is look at this. We have two years left with this guy. He's definitely going to leave. We don't want to pay him $40 million a year. Let's cut the bait now. We get these picks. We're getting like two really great unprotected picks from Atlanta. It's basically a junior version of the drew holiday trade from a team that is much more volatile. So I actually see it from the San Antonio side from the Atlanta side, I don't know. I don't know what type of guard can play with Trae Young and still be as good as they were on the old team. I worry about Murray in this situation, just not having the ball a lot and trying to fit into Trey, who I think is kind of a hard guy to play with. That's successful, has he was two years ago, but he is the ball a lot. And I just wonder, are we going to be in like December? Watching Murray standing off to the side on another possession and be like, oh man, this is a guy who used to have the ball in his hands all the time. And now he's over there on the side. Like this is an awesome. So I don't know. So you liked it more than I did. I just like that pairing, the idea of putting Murray. If I were trying to think of what kind of guards I would want with Murray, it would be someone like Trey. And vice versa. I think they compliment each other really well. But you're right that it's going to take time for Murray in particular to figure out how to do it. Because he is not a guy who can stand in the corner in space while young runs pick and roll. It's not really in his skill set. He almost weirdly enough has to be kind of a guard John Collins for them. When he doesn't have the ball. And we've seen John Collins have some difficulties in terms of adjusting to the constant and fluctuations of that role. I think what makes Murray promising is he's just such a good defender. And he's such a good rebounder in such a good athlete for his size. I like that kind of pop that they're going to get from that. But I'm with you that.
Grayson Murray on His PGA Status and Goals
"What are you playing and basically right now? Like, are you are you going full? Are you kind of like half and half corn fairy PGA Tour you back PGA Tour starts or like what's your goal to lead to this season? I'm exempt to the finals this year, so like the cornfield finals. So I don't need to play out there. I got, I'm gonna play in the next four in a row. I don't think PJ tour. I got John Deere, barbasol, barracuda, and then the 3M that I'm gonna get into. So basically just go out there and try to make as much points as I can, many points as I can to get in that side of that one 25. Yeah. Right now I'm like 200. I've only played. I think 6 events. So, you know, I mean, I'd have to have some good finishes, which can happen. But I'm not really stressed and like people were like, oh, you know, you're gonna, you know, this is one thing too. People don't know what the fuck they're talking about on Twitter, so they're always like, oh, you're losing your card, man, can't wait to see you back in Q school. I'm like, y'all have no clue. Hey, as a past champion on the PJ tour, I get into like 6 events, no matter what every year, like for the rest of my life, like why is so and so always in these events, well, he's born on the tour three or four times like past champions like you have at your own category. So I'm never gonna be like on the streets like you don't have a card, but I mean, I don't want to be this guy that's like trying to keep his car every year or bounce around and the corn flare of the PJ. Like, I mean, I'm a legit golfer. I want to be like a top player. So I mean, I have these goals. Like, I'm trying to get my card back and I know I'm good enough. Like, I know I can be top 15 in the world. I know I can win out there again. I'm on the right
Fresh update on "murray" discussed on The Lowe Post
"Right, well, boy, that was a lot. What a day. What a day for Kevin Durant for the Brooklyn Nets for everybody really, Kevin, for all of us in the NBA community. There's part of me that is tempted to chuckle at the Atlanta Hawks, which is the next team we have to talk about for trading three first round picks including two unprotected hawks first round picks plus an unprotected pick swap for Dijon Murray. The day before kept the grant requested a trade from the nets, but I don't think the hawks other than Trae Young have the kind of centerpiece player that the nets would be looking for. So I'm not going to laugh at them for that. I think this is a really fascinating trade before this whole Durant thing blew everything out of the water. I thought it was the most interesting. I thought there was a chance that we would end today as still this being the most interesting move that happened. I've seen a lot of parallels with the drew holiday trade to Milwaukee as Atlanta is looking for that two way two guard who's their final piece of the puzzle. I don't like that comp and that's part of why I think this is an absolutely massive risk for the hawks because I don't think they were in one piece away territory. I actually, from this first perspective, it reminds me a lot of the first drew holiday trade, the one where Philadelphia bailed out of a one time all star when he was still very young to increase to get a whole bounty of draft picks, get themselves out of mediocrity, increase the odds that their next draft pick would be the number one pick in the draft. And obviously there are one in potentially two generational prospects in the next draft. I actually like that comp a little bit better before this trade happened. And when it was rumored, I told, I think Bobby, I kind of don't, I kind of don't love it for either team. It's not as fun for the spurs to get out of a rising 25 year old player who's just gonna get better and better having been further and further away from an ACL tear. And I don't like the hawks getting up so much draft equity. For a guy who's a very good player who will be a rising player, maybe makes a couple more all sorts teams, but isn't an all NBA. Level player and the hawks are not a team that's one piece away from being a title team or a finals team. I don't think. And then the trade happened and I saw the draft equity that the spurs got. And that the hawks gave up. The lack of protections, all of that, and I kind of decided I like it better for the spurs than I do the hawks and it's just such a haul of draft picks for a guy who's and I love Dijon day Murray but he's just not in the class of players for whom we usually see this kind of hall of draft picks traded and I just think it's undeniable that the spurs long term is just a reality of the NBA are in a better position now if you care about winning championships after this trade, then they would be with Dijon Murray and let's say Deandre ayton, which was the other sort of guy that I wanted to pair them up with Deandre dejante Murray. Just have some fun, let's have some fun. Well, now the spurs bailed out of that and they just got a ton of stuff for dignity and Murray, the hawks pair Trae Young and Murray, which we can talk about to me, they're just degrade on this for Atlanta is still TBD because there are so many other shoes to drop as they reshape their team. What's your kind of initial takeaway on this one? This is a fascinating trade. Yeah, I mean, I'd like to go back and check out because even the pics in the holiday trade in Milwaukee are like lightly protected generally. The pick that ended up going from New Orleans to Portland and the CJ McCollum trade and then on from Portland to Detroit in the Jeremy grant trade. And now has somehow ended up in New York. That's top four protected, like there's something to it to give up two unprotected picks and an unprotected swap in between them. Look, obviously the hawks are hoping that those picks are all in the 20s that they're a better team than San Antonio in a swap doesn't matter, but as I said at the beginning of this podcast, this league moves so quickly that I don't see how you can be that confident of anything three years out in the case of the first pick four years out in the swap 5 years out of the second pick. I mean, by that point, you know, gente Murray could sign with another team. You got luxury tax issues that are going to come into play at some point if you do max Dijon Murray out and try to keep this young core together. I went back 5 years because I was curious if I went back in our future power rankings like who are the teams that we were high on because they had kind of a young core 5 years ago that we turned out to be most wrong about. At that point in the summer of 2017, Minnesota just traded for Jimmy Butler was number 5 in the future power rankings. The Washington Wizards were number ten coming off in Eastern Conference Semifinals trip got within a game of the Eastern Conference Finals because we were very excited that 24 year old Bradley Beal in 24 year old Porto junior were coming into their prime alongside 27 year old John wall. So life comes at you fast in the NBA. The luxury tax is just gonna be they are so deep into it now that even if you factor in, they trade Collins for no long-term salary eventually, they let book danovich walk in free agency with herder with hunter's extension with the Kang Wu's new deal whenever after his rookie deal is up, they're going to be in the tax almost this entire time. And I just, I just feel like let's say they trade Collins eventually, which has been rumored for so long that it almost feels like a fade accomplish..
Jay Monahan Only Cares About the PGA Top Players
"If you are running this country, like this is true like liberalism at its finest, I feel like with Jay running this tour right now. I mean, how he does not care about anyone on this tour except for the top guys. And showing right now more than ever. I mean, the fact that he added these events to basically to the top 50 guys in the FedExCup for next year to play in all these guaranteed money events. It's going to be harder for guys the average guide to keep their car now. I mean, whoever is on that pack and who is an average player. I mean, let's take aurora. I mean, there's some fantasy. I mean, the guy has never had to now he's earned the right to be where he's at on the course. But he's never had to grind for his PGA Tour cards. So take a guy who is an average guy who might be on the board, and why aren't they like raising their hand and saying, what are you doing for us? Because as I can see right now, they're doing nothing. They're making it harder. And I mean, yes, we don't sell tickets Greece and Murray doesn't sell tickets like Rory McIlroy does, but at the end of the day, you have to look out for your whole tour. You can't just look out for your top guys. I mean, it's just like in the real world. You have to look out for the small business people. I mean, that's just who runs the country who runs the two door is going to be these small guys as well. I mean, yes, we are replaceable, but at the end of the day, we've earned our right to be on tour. We did everything we could to get there. And we're doing everything in our power to stay there, but you guys are making it way tough for for us. I mean, two perfect examples is the barbasol and the barracuda this year. They added 50 spots for European guys. It's easier to get in the John Deere this year than it is the
Fresh update on "murray" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"To get a little bit more? They're trying to get curry. And then I'm getting curry. I think if he does get traded, I think it's going to be Phoenix because Miami did two podcasts where I didn't even realize this rule. So I apologize, but they can't have two rookie extension max guys on the same roster, which means bam can not be traded. Four KD or billion in trade for him and less Ben Simmons also gets traded. Yeah. Which means that, yeah, could you trade bam adebayo and Jimmy Butler for Ben Simmons and Kevin Durant? You could would anyone to do that? I don't know. But that's what that's kind of true to have to be. There's a Zion possibility that I think would be pretty complicated because he's still on a rookie contract. Everybody in their brother is trying to get the Jalen and Daniel Tyson picks thing going, which I'd love to throw my body in front of. There's a Trae Young, I think the paper, once you get into July 1st and I'm making up right now, I'm not recording, but since they have Murray and if you're Atlanta if Brooklyn just came to you and it's like, hey, what about trade for KD? What would Atlanta do? And then the only other one I have would be the AD one. And it's funny. The AD, you know, there's an AD Westbrook, KD Kyrie, but I just don't think the Lakers can throw in enough from their end to make that worth it for Brooklyn. If I'm taking Westbrook back, you better give me some fucking assets for $47 million. And some other stuff. Katie's better than AD. So they would be giving up the first and third best players in their trade and taking back an albatross contract. And I don't think the Lakers have enough. My point is, I think it's Phoenix, and I think that's who if this happens in the next day or week, that's the team. But do you feel good about.
Is McIlroy's Pent up Aggression Aimed at LIV Golf?
"Look at Rory slammed his club in the sand and they think it's like, oh, it's just the U.S. open. He got a free pass. He passed, but I think his club is in freaking the bottom of Doral's Lake. Yeah. That's right. It is. You're right. I mean, Trump got it for him. And we haven't seen. We hadn't seen emotion like that out of Rory in a long time. And I think a lot of it's boiling over because of the Liv golf because of Liv and his and Rory stance on live every stance has been Rory stances. He's taken the PGA Tour and be like, all right, it's my turn to lead the charge against Liv. And I think part of that pent up aggression towards Liv came out at the U.S. open when he was playing so well Thursday, Friday, and then when he made that 6 from the greenside bunker on that one hole. And I think a lot of that had to do with him kind of being this torch bearer for the PGA Tour against
Magic take Banchero 1st, Holmgren, Smith follow in NBA draft
"Paolo banchero was the first player taken in Thursday's NBA draft The 6 ten forward was chosen by the magic after leading duke to the final four as a freshman This is one of the best moments of my life I'm super excited And I couldn't be happier you know to be a member or no magic Bon Carroll averaged 17.2 points 7.8 rebounds and 3.2 assists for the blue Devils Going second overall to the thunder was Gonzaga's chat holmgren a 7 footer who averaged 14 points and ten rebounds in his only season of college ball The rockets picked up auburn forward jabari Smith at number three The kings used the fourth selection to grab Iowa forward Keegan Murray and the pistons took guard Jayden ivy of Purdue with the 5th pick I'm Dave
Magic go with Duke's Banchero as No. 1 pick in NBA draft
"Paolo banchero was the first player taken in Thursday's NBA draft The 6 ten forward was chosen by the magic after leading duke to the final four as a freshman Bon Carroll averaged 17.2 points 7.8 rebounds and 3.2 assists for the blue Devils Going second overall to the thunder was Gonzaga's chat holmgren a 7 footer who averaged 14 points and ten rebounds in his only season of college ball The rockets picked up auburn forward jabari Smith at number three The kings used the fourth selection to grab Iowa forward Keegan Murray and the pistons took guard Jayden ivy of Purdue with the 5th pick I'm Dave
"murray" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"That's right. Well, this is the thing. I mean, actually, I want to ask you before we go further. Where do you Douglas Murray come to be where we are today? Ideologically, were you raised in a home where these ideas were prized? Because obviously, you know, in the academy and in the world of journalism and publishing today, you and I would find ourselves in the minority. So how did you come to think these things or to be public about them? Well, everything I believe is what everyone believed until yesterday. It's only because people have been cowed and subjected and terrorized and bullied into having to set a set of new platitudes and banalities. I think that most people, by the way, I mean, often you hear this talk of a silent majority. I hate that phrase. Why the hell should a majority be silent? It's such a weird thing for a majority to be. But increasingly, I realized that, you know, although your ideas, for instance, my ideas might seem unusual in the American academy. It's not us that's unusual. It's the American academy. Everything that I say is simply an back everything up is what we have is good. And by the way, everybody almost everybody realizes that. And one of the reasons I can say that with confidence is everybody knows that America today is still in all UN data proves this. The number one destination people in the world want to come to. If that's the case, there's no way that America can be the racist slave owning colonialist country that it's portrayed as. This is all froth. This is all this is all, this is all chatter. People don't break in to countries that would impress them. So all of the evidence shows us that the countries we live in in the west are by any standards, including the footfall standard. The fairest, least racist, most just countries on earth. No people crossing the southern border by the day, bump into Texans trying to flee to the safety of Venezuela. So we all know this. So a lot of this is mere charade and frivolity and posing. And I believe that the majority are absolutely aware of this. They are absolutely aware that they're very, very lucky to be born in the west. They could have been born somewhere else. But I just add one thing that is not just luck. We are where we are because men and women before us made good decisions. They designed the west well. And that's why the world wants to come. There's so much you say that I want to respond to. First of all, I agree with you and I rarely hear anyone say this, but I've said it many times and you just said it that most people know what's true. Most people know these ideas are preposterous. Ideas. The idea that three minutes ago, we discovered that there are an infinity of genders and you think we have centuries of science from where did you get this idea and why must we exceed to it as though you have some kind of empirical proof? It's sheer will. It's the will of the people on the sides of these things. And I think most people and again, you referred to the silent majority. I think it's the increasingly less silent majority. And I think this is the good news. And it's thanks to books like yours. But I think that when things get as bad as they've become, finally, people wake up and say, wait a minute, I was silent because I thought everything was running well enough. And now I realize if I don't speak, we're going to hell in a handbasket. We'll be.
Where Have All Grown-Ups Gone? Author Douglas Murray Explains
"Back. We're talking to the author of a runaway bestseller the war on the west Douglas Murray and Douglas you were just about to say something when we went to the break. Well, you made it very important point just that Eric, which is about the grown-ups. One of the questions I've had repeatedly in recent years is where have all grown up gone. Where have they gone? When somebody who doesn't know anything and is 18 or 19 and has a complete comprehensive theory that they have been told that they've just downloaded. Where have the adults got? Where have the adults gone in America? I mean, God, you know, I love this country. I live here now, but where have the adults in America gone, the people who should stand over the culture and say, excuse me, you've got this wrong. You've got this country wrong. You've got this nation wrong. You've got our history wrong. You've got our inheritance wrong. Where are those people? All we have is this attempted cultural revolution from as it were the ground up from part of the youth up. And the adults don't even bother to correct it. I saw recently I give examples in the culture chapter in the book, which is just horrific some of the details. It was a way in which every art collection every theater tradition in the west, everything. The same remorseless thing, guilty of connection with slavery, colonialism, racism. There was a seminar recently again at the globe theater in London, which is set up to only to do one thing to have Shakespeare's plays in the settings at the site where he himself had his place performed. A couple of two bit American academics gave a decolonization of Shakespeare program recently in which one of them said the amazing revelation of this rich Shakespeare uses language of light and darkness. She of course said this was racist like everything else. And she said, this talk of Shakespeare. I mean, his language is all over the place. You know? Until today, we thought that Shakespeare was quite a whiz with
The Spectator's Douglas Murray and Eric Discuss the West-Hating Left
"murray" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
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"murray" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Well, that's absolutely right. I mean, I say in one very enjoyable, if I say so myself, section of the book, very interesting to notice the things they don't do this on. So for instance, I explain. All of the founding fathers in America have been done over in recent years for connections with racism, slavery, colonialism, same three sins, always thrown out there as if no other people on earth ever committed any of these crimes, of course. It's been all of the enlightenment philosophers have been attacked for connections to slavery, racism, colonialism. Abraham Lincoln, north and south in the American Civil War. Connections with racism, slavery, colonies. So I say at one point in the book, I say, who isn't this done again? And one of the most important thing is it's not done against his Karl Marx. Nobody's trying to pull down statues of Karl Marx. In fact, statues are car marks, are currently still going up. One went up in his native Germany, just a year ago, a paid for by the benevolence of the Communist Party of China. But Karl Marx in his private correspondence as I show in the war on the west is incredibly racist in his letters to engels, he repeatedly uses the N word usually hyphenates it with the word Jew. He has horrible views on slavery, horrible views on colonialism as shown in his published writings in the American media in the 1850s. But I hear nothing from the left about the need to cancel or tear down Karl Marx. And since I pointed this out, by the way, it's been very interesting to hear marxists running to the defense of their prophet. One thing they've said is Douglas Murray is being very unfair. Karl Marx was a man of his time. Well, sure, you mean like everyone else. You mean like all George Washington and tell him, you know? And so why did you go for Franklin? And Jefferson and Washington, but oh, skipped out marks. The other thing they say is, well, we don't go to Marx. Douglas Murray is being unfailed because we don't go to marks for his views on race. We go to him for his views on economic theory. Put aside from home, this is a bad idea to go to him for that as well. We don't go to the founding fathers for their views on ownership of slaves. We don't go to Winston Churchill for some of his Victorian attitudes about other peoples around the world. We don't revere him for those attitudes. We revere Winston Churchill for standing alone against fascism. But yet they want to bring down Winston Churchill they want to cancel Winston Churchill, but the same principles, the same ethics, the same judgment, is not exercised against Karl Marx. Well, I think that tells us something very, very interesting. And useful. It tells us that part of this war against the west is coming as always from the Marxist direction. People who want to say, we're going to tear down the whole thing. Western sievers got to go and in its place we've got, oh, hey presto, what have we got? Oven ready, Marxism. That's one of the things that's waiting in the wings. I just want to say ladies and gentlemen, the phrase hey presto has never been used on this program before. It may never happen again. Cherish it. And we'll be right back.
The Left Pushes Western Civilization as 'Fundamentally Bad'
"Liberals already in the 80s, they were pushing this then and of course they've had great success. They're pushing this idea that western civilization, the west, as you're calling it, is fundamentally wicked. It is a bad thing. And they lump it in with colonialism and manifest destiny, whatever they need to do to make it seem bad. And they say western civilization has got to go. So, of course, you and I know that Shakespeare, classical Greece, everything that has contributed to create the most free culture in the history of the world, which is to say the United States and parts of the west comes from these traditions. So I think we need to start by saying that the folks pushing this agenda, they're being dishonest. In other words, they have an animus against something and they don't really care what they need to say or whom they need to lie about to push this agenda forward. Well, that's absolutely right. I mean, I say in one very enjoyable, if I say so myself, section of the book, very interesting to notice the things they don't do this on. So for instance, I explain. All of the founding fathers in America have been done over in recent years for connections with racism, slavery, colonialism, same three sins, always thrown out there as if no other people on earth ever committed any of these crimes, of course. It's been all of the enlightenment philosophers have been attacked for connections to slavery, racism, colonialism. Abraham Lincoln, north and south in the American Civil War. Connections with racism, slavery, colonies. So I say at one point in the book, I say, who isn't this done again? And one of the most important thing is it's not done against his Karl Marx.
Author Douglas Murray Frames His New Book 'The War on the West'
"We have tried for some time to get my guest on. His name is Douglas Murray. He has a brand new book, another smashing bestseller, and it ought to be. It's called the war on the west. It deals with the war on the west. Douglas Murray welcome. That's a great pleasure to be with you, Eric. I'm so grateful for you and for this book and for your voice. I've watched you talking about this on other programs. Frame it for my listeners because this is a really eclectic program. We don't talk about these sorts of things every day. What is the war on the west? Why did you write the book? The war on the west, as I said, is the war that's going on in our time, which is underneath every other issue. And that is essentially anti western Ness. Now, there are different types of anti westernism. There's Chinese anti westernism. There's Arab anti westernism. The one I'm interested in is western anti westernism. The thing that has grown in all of our lifetimes of a hatred, suspicion, disgust of the west. A dislike of everything that we have created. And a veneration of everything so long as we haven't had it or created it ourselves. It is one of the things that has caused what I describe as the war on our history. The decision to war on everything in our past to criticize everything in the western past as having to do with slavery or racism or colonialism. And ignoring all of the rest of the world and its iniquities and obsessive rapacious attack on everything that we have inherited, including our religious tradition. And a veneration of everything so long as it is not ours. And this is, I think, one of the things that is underneath all of the stories of our day, all the chat about woke, for instance, woke doesn't even approximate the debt, which we need to understand this challenge is coming at us at.
"murray" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Oh boy, do we have an exciting show for you today by you. I mean you, yes, you, if you're listening to my voice, that's you. I'm talking to you. We have tried for some time to get my guest on. His name is Douglas Murray. He has a brand new book, another smashing bestseller, and it ought to be. It's called the war on the west. It deals with the war on the west. Douglas Murray welcome. That's a great pleasure to be with you, Eric. I'm so grateful for you and for this book and for your voice. I've watched you talking about this on other programs. Frame it for my listeners because this is a really eclectic program. We don't talk about these sorts of things every day. What is the war on the west? Why did you write the book? The war on the west, as I said, is the war that's going on in our time, which is underneath every other issue. And that is essentially anti western Ness. Now, there are different types of anti westernism. There's Chinese anti westernism. There's Arab anti westernism. The one I'm interested in is western anti westernism. The thing that has grown in all of our lifetimes of a hatred, suspicion, disgust of the west. A dislike of everything that we have created. And a veneration of everything so long as we haven't had it or created it ourselves. It is one of the things that has caused what I describe as the war on our history. The decision to war on everything in our past to criticize everything in the western past as having to do with slavery or racism or colonialism. And ignoring all of the rest of the world and its iniquities and obsessive rapacious attack on everything that we have inherited, including our religious tradition. And a veneration of everything so long as it is not ours..
Some Democrats voting in GOP primaries to block Trump picks
"Some Democrats have been voting in Republican primaries to keep Donald Trump backed extremists from winning control of state and federal governments In Georgia Diane Murray says it made her feel icky but it had to be done The Democrat voted in the GOP primary for Secretary of State Brad raffensperger to stop a Trump backed election denier from winning raffensperger probably would not have won the primary without people like Murray An AP analysis of early voting records from data firm L two found an unusually high number of so called crossover voters who were key to beating Trump's hand picked candidates dozens of states allow the practice and its playing out in multiple primaries but it's often ineffective In some cases Democrats were too focused on their own competitive races to vote in GOP primaries Sagar Meghani Washington
Joe Biden; The Most Corrupt President in American History
"Promo code prager. Thank you, Dennis, and it's always a privilege. It never gets old, and it's never unappreciated. Dennis is unique, and there's no one else I'd rather fill in for. Many years ago, actually this house started many years ago Dennis said to me, you know, those are pretty big shoes for you to fill in for. Me, meaning his size. What does that Sean a size 12 size 13? What is this where? I don't even know. But he didn't mean his shoes were so big, right, he meant just, well, maybe he did because he told me I thought 12 or 13, I may be totally wrong. We've got to find that out. But big shoes they are because no one in the media is quite like him, including offering the inside he does in so many issues. So I just try to give you my perspective on life and issues and maybe one of these days my own podcast. You know, with all the teaching and everything else I do, it's been hard to get it going, but we will at some point. In this first hour I talked about whether we need a new Declaration of Independence to take back our country from the left. In this hour I want to talk about the specific charges against the king, because I said, right, the founders revolted rebelled against the king of England. As they seek to control our lives and make us into their left wing utopia. That's what they're doing. But if this is important, if you understand their ultimate goal, they're specific policy disasters, make more sense. You think they failed because they don't work. But they think they succeeded because they've created chaos and disorder. Just as with the policies of the king of England, so many years ago. But of course, Joe Biden is no king. He doesn't have a set of principles and he never did. Actually has one set of principle. That's the grow his principle. If you don't mind the pun. He might be the most corrupt president we've ever had. In any case, he's actually more of a placeholder for the left than anything else. And Kamala Harris, my God. Is she over her head? She must have always want to power to make up for her insecurities, of which there must be many. That's my guess. I'm no psychologist. Sean, do you remember the Peter principal? He's looking at me funny. He's just doesn't look that way. Of course. A quizzical look. It was the Peter principal said that you're doing your job well and then they promote you to the higher job and that's where you fail because you were very good at what you did before, but you're not so good in a promoted role. In my other field as a teacher, you wouldn't believe how many bad a system principles and principles there are. They might have been very good teachers. That's kind of what the Peter principal was. But she was an awful senator if you remember that. And an awful attorney general before that. I think Dennis even debated her once. But yes, you know what she was? A good friend of former speaker of the California assembly, Willie Brown. Actually, I don't know if she was a good friend, Willie Brown. You'd have to ask Willie Brown, right? We don't even know if she was Sean, why are your eyes going like cross eyed? You're not saying anything. Neither am I. But we never checked lily Brown about that. It's hard to believe, though, that these are the highest office holders in our country. They're an embarrassment to our country. But again, they're clearly being controlled by the left. Whether it's Obama, that's my guess, is people or other leftists. Do you remember the event weeks ago where Obama came back? I guess for the first time to visit The White House. And he comes back and everybody's around him and he's up mister terrific. And Joe Biden wandered around looking for someone to say hello to hip, just to say, now that was pathetic to watch. I almost felt sorry for him as bad as he is as corrupt as he is. But of course you have to ask this question. Why does Biden's wife and I kind of hinted at it in the first hour, she must be so obsessed with power to have ever cared about protecting her husband's dignity. What about his dignity? You can say, well, if your mean, you say you'd never had any. But in fact, that defines all of them seeking power to make up for their shortcomings as people. That's what I guess. They seek power to define themselves, especially power over other people. That's my best guess. Let me know what you think. One 8 prager 7 7 6. And it includes people on our side, too. Like Mitt Romney, if I had a guess, if you remember his father didn't do well running for president, I forgot the incident that happened on not going to say he cried or something that would have been, that was Mike dukakis, I think, of Massachusetts, but there was something, and all of a sudden he failed miserably in his quest for the presidency. So my guess is Mitt Romney's avenging for his father's undignified loss of the presidency. But, you know, I've apologized. Many times for being a delegate for it. He fooled me too for a while. But Dennis said he met with him and he didn't care about principles. Yeah, that makes sense. And Liz Cheney. Oh my God. Trying to preserve, I guess her father's legacy, whatever that was. If anything, she's tarnished what, with many of her pronouncements, she's tarnished what people thought about her dad, Dick Cheney. I suspect that all these people have deep personal problems, and I never feel that they care what is best first for our country. That they care best first, what's best for them. But they are part of the leftist cabal, whether they know it or not. What did the Russians call them useful idiots? So back to the charges. We had charges against the king and I mentioned in the first hour that's what the Declaration of Independence was about. So what are our charges begin with against this would be president. The stealing of the presidency. They never accepted Trump's victory, and they were willing to stop at nothing to make sure he lost. Including, as you know, the Russian hoax, what, two years impeachments, and the banning from social media. And now they have lawsuits against him and other enemies. Anybody who had anything to do with them. These people have no moral guard rails, except to win at all costs. That's it. And I said in the first hour, they're likely 20 anomalies over 20 that had to happen for Trump to lose. But they did win and Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are in office because of blatant fraud. As the movie 2000 mules demonstrates pretty well itself. So, mister king Biden, our first charge you never should have been declared king because you ascended to the throne illegally. How many of you, you can call me one of the prager 7 6 7 7 6? How many of you listeners like me still cringe when they call on President Biden? I still have trouble with that. It's like calling the person who stole your house, the homeowner. And to add insult to injury, the king had his Justice Department, as you know, throw innocent people into jail, summoned to solitary confinement, as I mentioned, because of January 6th, and they call it an insurrection. I love that. That was an insurrection. I don't think so. Riff raff and all kinds of people maybe, but insurrection, I don't think so. Of course, your edicts at the very beginning like ending our pipelines and drilling the ending of drilling for fossil fuels and discouraging just the scourge leases, just the other week I think it was. But it's part of your plan, see, that's what I said. You got to understand what they're up to. That's their plan to destroy capitalism and markets that we're working here. To this day, even in light of high gas prices, you continue this policy as part of the Green New Deal. And that's going to help destroy our country. So what do they do? They printed a lot of money to assuage the peasants doing my analogy with the king with your trillions of dollars in giveaways. It's a way to make them more dependent on your government. When you make people give them money then they start to depend on the government. It makes me think of a story when I first started teaching. I think it was a fourth grade kid. He's running around the school building wildly. It wasn't my student. And I finally caught up to him. I said, you know, what are you going to do with this? What are you going to do with your life? In fourth grade, he said to me, I'll go on welfare. His family must have been on welfare. He already knew that term. That was his dream, I guess, or that's what he had hoped. So that's what you do with the printing and money. And as you know, with inflation at a control, it won't be long before your Marie Antoinette, Kamala Harris, says let them eat cake. Sean, you do remember Marie Antoinette? In history, if nothing else, Dennis did not debate Marie Antoinette. You don't have to look that up. Debate between Dennis Murray. But of course, I'm confused in two different revolutions. But a revolution we have on the streets through your defunding of the police, you're just less department allowing the left to right and commit mayhem to scare, get this now, the masses into needing your protection. That's what's going on. And of course, we know that the DA's all across this country funded by George Soros of letting them out. I read a story the other day. They can't get police in many cities. Who would want to be a policeman these days? You lock sum it up. They're out in jail before you could even say boo. And just like Putin protesting his liberation of Nazis in the Ukraine, that was a justification. You come up with this phony white supremacy, as the number one problem in our country, and the reason for the crackdown of our civil liberties. I can see all these juxtapositions with what you're doing and with communism and dictatorship. A long, of course, with charges about America being a white supremacist country because you use race baiting at every chance because you have nothing else.
Why Is the West So Intent on Punishing Itself?
"What's so interesting is this question of why are we doing this to ourselves? It's a question that Douglas Murray asks in the phenomenal book war on the west, which I encourage you to read and we had him on our show a couple weeks ago and I listened to the book very carefully and I read it. I listened to books too. It's easier when you're working out and doing things. And Douglas Murray makes the argument, and he asks the question, why is it that the west is so intent on punishing itself? It's almost this continual and relentless campaign. Of self laceration. It's not about justice. It's not about improvement. It's not about introspection. It is about trying to harm the west because you feel as if either were too strong, too powerful, it's inequitable, and you want the civilization to crumble as a way to trying to even out the playing field. And that plays perfectly into what Joe Biden is doing in Geneva the World Health Organization, which is that it's our own government that is proposing that America becomes less powerful, less free, and less sovereign. It's our own government. It's not as if that the World Health Organization is doing this to America. It'd be one thing if the World Health Organization in Geneva was meeting and they were conspiring against America. But what's so perplexing? Psychologically and otherwise is that we're the ones that are asking the WHO to make us less powerful.
Dems' bid to secure Roe v. Wade falls to GOP-led filibuster
"An an an an effort effort effort effort by by by by Democrats Democrats Democrats Democrats to to to to codify codify codify codify roe roe roe roe versus versus versus versus Wade Wade Wade Wade abortion abortion abortion abortion access access access access as as as as federal federal federal federal law law law law failed failed failed failed in in in in the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate it it it it was was was was an an an an almost almost almost almost party party party party line line line line vote vote vote vote the the the the Acer Acer Acer Acer forty forty forty forty nine nine nine nine the the the the nays nays nays nays are are are are fifty fifty fifty fifty one one one one which which which which means means means means the the the the motion motion motion motion is is is is not not not not agreed agreed agreed agreed to to to to I I I I am am am am angry angry angry angry and and and I'm I'm I'm disappointed disappointed disappointed Washington Washington Washington Democrat Democrat Democrat Patty Patty Patty Murray Murray Murray says says says Senate Senate Senate Republicans Republicans Republicans will will will not not not override override override women's women's women's voices voices voices a a a man man man spoken spoken spoken out out out today today today they they they may may may feel feel feel they they they have have have one one one today today today but but but women women women of of of America America America it's it's it's time time time for for for us us us to to to stand stand stand up up up and and and fight fight fight and and and that that that is is is exactly exactly exactly what what what we're we're we're gonna gonna gonna do do do Texas Texas Texas Republican Republican Republican John John John Cornyn Cornyn Cornyn says says says this this this goes goes goes way way way beyond beyond beyond the the the status status status quo quo quo it's it's it's the the the abortion abortion abortion on on on demand demand demand to to to act act act without without without restrictions restrictions restrictions without without without limitations limitations limitations you you you Republican Republican Republican senators senators senators spoke spoke spoke in in in favor favor favor of of of ending ending ending abortion abortion abortion access access access but but but they they they embrace embrace embrace the the the filibuster filibuster filibuster to to to block block block the the the bill bill bill from from from advancing advancing advancing and and and Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington
Biden blasts 'radical' Roe draft, warns other rights at risk
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Douglas Murray Unpacks the True Nature of the War on Whiteness
"If you were to tell any minority group in society, that they are evil from birth, evil because of the color of their skin, have nothing good to be said about them, must spend their lives cringing and apologizing for things they didn't do that people who looked a bit like them in history may have done. If you said that about any minority group, would you think that that minority group would go along with it? I would suggest almost certainly not. If you did it to a majority group, why would a majority go along with that? White westerners are the majority in America, in Britain, in the other countries of the west. So these people who are waging war on us in our own societies from our own societies are doing to the majority. And isn't it though Douglas that it's this kind of like waspy polite culture though that is now being used against us. You have this line in the book that I thought was so amazing and it says the people of the west have been polite. They've been encouraged to talk themselves down and talk everybody else up. This will not necessarily last forever. And you see this kind of embedded in white Anglo Saxon Protestant circles where it's not you didn't win the championship. Your team won the championship, right? It's that. You're arguing, this is not sustainable. In fact, it's now turned its transformed into a form of suicide.
The War on Whiteness With Douglas Murray
"Let's talk about this war on white people. That's a thought crime Douglas. You're not allowed to say you're obviously welcome to say it here. We agree, we believe that all forms of racism are evil and awful. But the one type of racism you're not allowed to talk about, of course, is a war on people that look like you and I. Why is that? Does it have something to do with how they view racism only to be a power struggle if you have more numbers, therefore you can't be racist. And Douglas, you said something, and I've repeated it many times and I give you a credit about half the time, just so you're just so we're clear. When you were on this conversation with Dennis prager and you just said, we have a supply and demand problem with racism in the west. I said, that is one of the smartest things I've ever heard anybody say. Navigate us through that. So, as I say, there's a supply and demand problem. But there's a demand for racists and thankfully small supply in countries like America, very few people are actually white supremacists. Dennis breger said, he said, I haven't been met a white supremacist ever come across one. I mean, there are some out there, but I mean, it's not like American life is riddled with. Among the contrary, most people in America are very decent, very open minded. All the stats show it. And it's a profound smear on this country and its people to pretend that everyone is racist. But here's the thing. As you say, and it's a thought crime in many places, I don't care. I'm committing it anyway. There is a war against white people. The only permissible racism of our time is racism against white people. And if anyone doubts that. If anyone doubts it, try any of the following phrases, these pathologizing phrases used about white people. We've had white fragility. Imagine if we had a New York Times bestselling book called black fragility. We've had white tears imagine if you had black tears. Imagine if instead of laughing at white women's tears, we talked about black women's tears. Imagine if instead of white rage, people said, oh, I think there's a thing called black rage, and imagine if the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff Mark milley testified in Congress and said, I want to look into black rage.
"murray" Discussed on Unreserved
"Your title super long now. Is it like honorable. Mister justice. murray sinclair. Did i miss anything. Well you can go by that if you want Tell people call me. The justice thing is an honorific that some judges maintain. And i'm still referred to a senator but again that's not something you can claim but if others want to use it then the titles all the titles all the titles. Titles not mine. Well the last time we spoke you were still in the senate of course. Now you're retired. How is that working out for you. Retirement worst decision. I ever made I am working harder now than i did before because people now believe i have time for everything as opposed to. I'm so committed to the senate that they don't have time for them. So i'm working on a law firm. I'm working with young. Indigenous lawyers primarily Who are just developing their careers and they have lots of questions about the kinds of things that run into that challenge them psychologically from a cultural perspective And i like mentoring and they do a lot of speaking. Engagements work of my memoir. Are you doing any traditional retirement. Things golfing gardening taking up the ukelele. Maybe the one hobby that i had for years and still have it Is wood carving. That sounds lovely. I somehow can't picture you whittling on the porch. However whenever i'm out here the problem with with the working with wood out here is of course create some Cleanup but more importantly We have three dogs and they're constantly wanting my attention so you go play. Fetch all day all day long all well. That's a good retirement hobby to have the dogs. Yeah although it doesn't really fit on a resume very very well fine. Doug pitcher assistant can add that to your many titles murray white. What keeps you so inspired to keep doing these things doing so much change it's needed and it needs to be done at so many levels and that's probably the major factor. That influences may to say yes to something whether it's a speaking engagement. Cbc interview or a newspaper interview. Anything it's about the opportunity presents to me to change one mind. And that's really what i wanted to change one mile range one mind is that the is that the thought you you you walk into every room with. I'm here to change one mind. I do When we were writing the thc report one of the questions that the team was challenged with. And i post to them. Was the writing team as i said you have to think about. Who's your audience. Who's your audience. And they immediately got into a big dialogue around while there should be. Somebody can read at a great seven level or a great ten level so we have to write it at that level. Nick sure that we can articulate it in a way that people can understand. And i said you're missing the point. The point is that we are writing a report so that we can arm the reasonable people out there. We need to be able to give to people out there who want to fight for the cause. Reconciliation the tools the knowledge and the references that they need in order to be leaders for reconciliation in their particular circles. And that's why the the theme of the writing team for tnc report was We're writing this to arm the reasonable. Do you have a big sign in the office. I told them they were they. Were all forbidden to make me a shirt darn..
"murray" Discussed on You Better You Bet
"It's an acosta's and ken barclay on you better you bet from bet q. L. glass was just in session. Ken barclay professor lockers and dropping knowledge on the top twenty five poll valuable beds that we can glean from it. If you missed it. I would highly recommend checking that out in podcast. Form really. good stuff there from ken next hour on the show two days she had good segment title from. You is could stuff by you a preview to nfl teams per day bets. That could be worth making. We'll start in the afc the buffalo bills and the new york jets. James mazzola gonna join us as well. Next hour from the four prompted podcasts. Talking golf this weekend. Northern trust that playoffs all sorts of good stuff golf with jay mas- howard our final hour of the show all our bedford. Tonight major league baseball and some summer league action courtesy of the great our king. Tyler morales but right now. We continue the college football conversation and generally our conversations with our next gustov. We'll go in a bunch of different directions. That are all usually. That is our pal. The great john murray the director of race and sports at the west gate super book out in las vegas. He is on twitter at vegas murray. And he's awesome. You should follow him. John what's going on. Welcome back to you better. You bet nick and ten pecul- tuesday how you doing doing good are we. Doing you guys excited for college. Football throat around the corner man. I mean we're we're getting there. We've been talking about it a lot more on the show john talking about nfl. And i've always kind of curious about this because we could start here. Because like nick. And i will come on the show and we are very very obviously excited about having football back in our lives. People that are in our line of work like gambling. Content radio shows podcasts. All that stuff we need it. We needed here right now. Madden's out hard boxes on like we're really the appetite for the stuff is tremendous for people on your side prefer vacation. I would rather be up every friday for the next fifty two weeks and just get back around august again but for people in your line of work like behind the counter and running sports books and everything like what do you look forward to the start of. Obviously a lot more work a lot more attention paid and everything like how. How are you feeling with football. Only a couple of weeks away. We're ready for it to get here. You know august is a tough very tough month to hold money in the sports book because it's mostly baseball which is not a really great. High percentage sport for us and nfl. Preseason we've usually don't hold very well in the preseason preseason very sharp market lot of sharp betters playing preseason. nfl games and then we just lost that many pack out aerospace junior fight which is supposed to be saturday that i thought was going to be our biggest dentist month..
"murray" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"I can look at it so i tell people all the time. Push pasha progress. So most of us like so. You think about what you're doing push ups right. Brothers always getting to push right. So muslims like obama did schettino. I'm going to twenty five to thirty right. So that's your goal to do. Twenty five thirty my push past progresses. Okay so my goal is twenty five. I'm hitting thirty five because because when you get at you at twenty six to arm start to barn right if you can get between twenty six thirty five. The gist of mental discipline. That goes in that. That barn takes you to ev. You gotta go. i'd like. I live for the opportunity to push pass. Well like i when i present some i do work. I don't really like that's nice. I i like it. But i love the energy in putting it together. I love the energy and being in the studio. You know like this is a reflection of my progress. That's all it is not. I like what you said like. that's i live for. Let me go pass. Let let me let me continue to grind because like for here for the trophy. It's time to talk with people like why don't you just satisfied with x. y. and lake. Yeah i'm not chasing varietal. I don't i don't want that is coming from me. And i'm looking for while enjoying what i'm doing. Well enjoying the process and join conversations like this right ultimately. I'm looking for win. I don't know what makes me satisfy. You don't be sad that they don't be. Your satisfaction is the unsatisfactory. Know like i tell. People be uncomfortable with comfort. I don't want it now. I love that. I eat that up and you got an amazing voice. I was like this guy needs to be on cable something but anyways they appreciate So let's see. I've been accused of this recently. Because we been doing. A few photo shoots my different Co host and people. I'm working with some folks have photogenic others. I read that there there are. Some people aren't read that your background is in. That model developed nate coaching kind of space as well share your observations as a coach or how people can be more photo. I mean i think so. Different people have appealing regardless right so meaning like you see a gentleman. He's very handsome gentlemen. He's middle aged fifty brown skin and got gray hair and grey beard. He becomes attracted right when he was twenty. He might not have that facial hairs and some people myself he looks okay but i think the goal of making people photogenic is making people comfortable who they are. A lot of times person will say about say to you rob. What's your your best side. You put on my right side and most likely if you say you're issue less is never where you say is what you think it is because that's where you spend a lot of time you take yourself. He's on the same side. But one of the things that i i tend to do is So there's a gentleman by the name of jeff row house at new york nets really great photographer and he talks about the different shapes of is over oval blonde. There's a heart shaped phase..
"murray" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"This man is just so passionate like he he. His whole life was about passing. So's malcolm x. bob marley. I love bar molly. I love bar marley. I know i'm a kindergarten. Molly some capacity. I love harriet. Tubman i love of it. who other fluid ounces I'm big banks. Big fan of denzel washington. I'm a fan of his. I'm a fan of how he approaches his work. I love individuals that indulge in their work and and you can see the transformation of from every character. You know from them going through to actually perfect it There are so many entertainers. His mom is one of my greatest influences on. My mother used to out is baby. My mother used to throw a lot of this stuff on me and ice pushing friday and now darling my work. Now like her the sundays when she's played music tall tales about we were celebrating quasi. I'm from new york. So we will celebrating kwanzaa back in seventy five. You know but like all this comes out. So i would say probably more now i. I'm just as much malcolm x. By far john coltrane by far bob marley by four mom. I like harriet tubman. Because i felt like harriet tubman by she was already free and going back. You keep on going back and you. Grabbing people i saw. I like to indulge and people that are like incredibly passionate about what they believe so so speak on like how you got started and drew you to the visual mediums over other artistic expressions. I've had cameras from maybe like two thousand fourteen. I always take pitches prior to that but you know there's a term in photography is that Photographer she'd emmanuel right. I told you. I'm in a fraternity. And i was saddled till mega side fox fox but i would shoot all the events Cameron just shooting. I'm not auto. I'm just getting all the candidates shots pop pop pop and i'm joining. You know here in about two thousand seventeen may one of my friends. Who's much tony by. The his girlfriend was pregnant. He was like y'all. Can you take a portrait. I'm like that's not what i do. He's i i like your work. Just from event photography stuff. I shot him and then the following year two thousand eighteen like can we go back to the same place and can this time do with the baby and did that and there was that moment that like something just turned on so i maybe this was may or june of two thousand eighteen and then i shot someone in june so it was made. I someone in june. I saw someone in july. And i have a mental in new york named shutout to his name is Terence hamilton booth riverside riverside three was nyc riverside three or something like that he I call him. Like i was poking and he was like do from the cop cars right like we. We have a discussing and we started talking. And i was working on a model in new york pitch shoot and he brought me into his studio and i got attracted to light man and after nasimul terrorists i connected with one of my mentors migrate. Metals got matthew jordan smith. He's a world renowned photographer. These big on beauty. He's a portrait fashion photographer. And i i start taking this photography lighting class with him. And i got addicted so i can truly say that tarrant kinda like..
"murray" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Appreciate your having to emigrant so as you touched on earlier the homie alpha connected things. He hit me up and he was like you need to reach out. I was like all right. That's a bad it was really expeditious. So for those who are who are not dip. You're unfamiliar speak on what your work is. I'm going to give that thousand foot view so you just put it out. You describe your working and put it out there for the folks on said you see my shirt. This is like my mantra and says zone in so my work is about a connection is about energy is it's like colors. Instructions is just like that is in a training like creative souls. So i i really think my work is really is really inexperienced. Slash is the moment right. So you're gonna get an experience because we're gonna we're gonna enjoy the music. We're going to join the pos in it's going to be a lot of action Robert frank is wanted to either photographer. I study and he. He's one of his greatest quotes. Is the photographs. Showed the humanity of the moment. that's really important. So my my my pitches you know when you can't you can't really see the humanity your said up staging a pitcher. Sometimes you can't see it. So if i describe workers dislike. It's like an experience in a movement. You know what i mean like. It's not it's not a movement a sense that you know we are going to congress in trying on push a bill but is this a movement of people that really believe his art and his passing it in the open dodge in his works and they really want to put out this work because they got all this work inside of them. So i'm not. I'm not a norm. You know. And i'm not trying to be known but my work is about energy and colors and vibrance and you know just the experience can tell you you know. Yeah i mean even in looking at the fortress behind you on your wall already see the color that's popping even even to what you're aware the tired at your where i see this lakers such.
"murray" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Evaluation or the so called Murray model the group last week estimated eighty one thousand deaths over the next four months with a ninety five percent confidence of the number would be between thirty eight thousand and one hundred and sixty two thousand that's a terrible human toll and would be about three times more fatal than the average seasonal flu but the good news is a metallic forecast is much slower than the initial two point two million that we know that we all got a from the Ferguson model and it's as important as the marine model measures steps or deaths in terms of population rather than confirm cases yeah since testing varies geographically and they go on to basically say that look if from the very very beginning it is statistical models are crucial but not only of but not the only factor the political leaders should heed as they make decisions in the public interest and none of these estimates assumes progress from the new treatments that could reduce deaths deaths and hospitalisation widespread testing especially for antibodies from those who develop immunity is Germany is planning to do we'll also be valuable in planning an exit strategy from the sledge hammer of our national lockdown April is going to be a brutal month for America in the next two weeks especially but it's a bad news arrives it's important understand that the worst case scenario said many in the media trumpets are far from a certainty the fate and the whole point is we need to make sure that we bring out when we say these numbers we need to explain it to the American people yes as I think they're they're really focusing on this week right with the one hundred to two hundred thousand were initially on because we had even question when we saw the two point two million we sign hi how do you how do you get there and I think that's what doctor Brooks is done in terms of the data and what we're looking at I think she's done a very good job at kind of laying that out I think that's probably been right now one of the key roles of those at those pressures at least over the last several days back it it it just explaining and and and and taking us from where we were and what and and what those models were and and what they were based on to where we are now you know it really is about what you don't know and it's also I mean you've got to be able to along the way you've got to be able to factor in what you do know into that equation to find the ultimate answer any antibody testing eventually so important for example group that can give you an idea of what's going on in America because we don't know we don't know how many people are you know a symptomatic and you need to know that yes you need to know that yep eight six six ninety right I with the world on the radio toll free at eight six six zero.
"murray" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Murray has it gets double teamed throws it over your project eight on the clock is a low block again seller loses it gets it back shot clock winding down close enough to Murray fighting the clock here do something fade away baseline the good news was that a big right there it's a great way one second to go the grown up Jamal Murray lifting the nuggets over the Hornets one fourteen one twelve chasing because Mickey at the call on nuggets radio Denver's third in the last two games behind the clippers who won their sixth in a row one twenty to one oh five over the rockets in Houston Kawhi Leonard scored twenty five James harden missed all eight of his three point attempts to finish with sixteen the Sixers snapped their nine game road losing streak they top the kings won twenty five one oh eight college basketball San Diego state get into the mountain west semis they beat Air Force seventy three to sixty the Aztecs will take on Boise state coming up tonight organs now tied for first in the pac twelve UCLA the ducks block cal ninety to fifty six Ohio state top Illinois seventy one sixty three from the NFL gents jets defensive tackle Quinton Williams was arrested after police say he tried to board a flight at new York's LaGuardia airport with a hand gun high now that's not okay no he has a permit to carry the gun in Alabama but not in New York how does that get through security that's a great question to get through security to the catch that security I'm not sure where are you as actually with a gun was found in his possession the elegant Anne's pretzels they're like oh Hey that handgun can't be in here yeah well I was adding extra salt it's somehow fell out of the market rising Williams has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon baseball the angels of reportedly fired their long time visiting clubhouse manager for giving opposing pitchers illegal substances have a cheating case ball even angels employees cheating but for the other to the other team Brian Harkins has been with the angels for more than thirty years I have been yeah name is Bubba Bubba he confirmed ESPN but he was fired but did not say why the NHL star of the night the Rangers because of damage at five goals including the game winner in overtime Rangers beat the capitals of the garden sixty fives advantage it just the second player in NHL history to score five goals with the fifth one being the overtime winner the capitals are now tied for first in the metropolitan division with the flyers who won their eighth straight for one over the hurricanes the Bruins made it four straight wins they topped the Panthers in overtime to to one Boston ninety eight points the best in the NHL eight more than anybody else D. A. very good thank you Brad Brad is in for injured bogus this morning hit us up on the phones at eight five five two one two for CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven or on Twitter DA on CBS Andrew tweets in DA who is set to living stand try Sean yes I was discussing the depth of the Golden State Warriors invention Seth Livingston so quickly did a search on who settling stays there's a guy into it by the name of south Livingston who goes by coach Livvie so I think that's the supplements and I'm talking about who recently tweeted it how much candy corn is Justin Hale eat per year I don't know Justin Hale is either but definitely that's all talking about in terms of the depth of the warriors pardon me thank so we were talking about the warriors as they get set live what's your name we get Steph curry back Chris is next up in Richmond listing on SiriusXM two oh six good morning Chris what's up so my take is I think one thing you guys are families also maybe communicate is that I have a hot pick in this draft and nobody in the NBA draft better than the warriors and nothing to get don Williams at night that would then get a job done another great player great player and he can be a Lexus slowdown Chris there is no Zion Williamson there is no John Moran to this trap this is considered one of the least talented draft in a long time so they can get a double double guy you think well let's see you said they can get a job Moran no they can't get a job right is no job there is no job right I don't think there's any supposed superstars of the trip you're right they are gonna get a high pick but let's not act as though that guarantees anything I mean can they get somebody young to help supplement some depth sure but that doesn't necessarily vaults the warriors into championship status that's a retarded I think they'll be good but I think that the five year window of them hanging banners every single year was a moment in time hello right thanks Chris this draft is considered really one of the least tell drafts in the years and so of all the years of the warriors to be this bad and be this high in the draft this is not a good year to do that eight five five two one two for CBS or on Twitter DA on CBS perhaps they can drop the garlic supplements and when we come back to the cardinals manager already lose his clubhouse getting married in spring training D. 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"murray" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It's the perfect crime though. Because this is honestly probably the biggest thing trae does all year. Right. Like, this is the big night for the NFL. This is the biggest thing in the world every year not just for him for everybody around here. So is he going to risk getting kicked off or fouling it up just to make five bucks? But he did nobody did it in such a delicate way where it's just like what did he talking about? Doesn't matter. The first pictures got drought, and they just keep moving along. Which makes me wonder how many subliminal messages are going on all the time. It's just inside jokes between broadcasters in there. Because that's what he did yesterday. He made us laugh some of us laugh more than others, but he did it in a professional manner. Where there wasn't too much attention drawn to him on it. He did it for our show. Now, the li- might not make sense. But he did it for our audience and our show. He he's a victim of over thinking this after the pig. He could have just screamed Murray in the proper tone, and nobody would have caught on. And then made his point. Everybody's a credit. You think Murray knows happened? No chance right Murray. Our friend Murray. Look, I think if you hear them side by side, you'd realize how disappointing of an effort that this eighty year old friend Murray from Philadelphia as my friend. I mean, he almost got Brinson into the all star game side by side comparison. Here you go, and maybe your opinion will change. Marriage. S totally different guys Murray. Day. Right. But I'm doing a radio show. I am cold calling Murray to get them to vote for Lewis Brinson into the all star game day.
"murray" Discussed on The Jump
"Swift? Doesn't Mason was your favorite place to play. Very likable done. A nice cosigned Tina form. But you got your rhythm going down. Maker MS leave. As he CJ McCollum out running pulls up his tastes chin blows past Paul George for the motor first team defense type player like and high off the glass. I'm anyone press with the runner high off the glass in the hesitant, man. It is I'm gonna say I'm having so much fun watching this series in both directions. But especially watching Dame and CJ kinda show off with twenty eight points in this series. It's funny. He said when I was up there talking to because we're in Oregon, no one sees on TV, people are watching DJ read. Now, MS caution staying for Louis fall rescues individuals to save it who's Gary Payton does not flinch Kobe Bryant met barn style. Well, it wasn't exactly he was going at him. Whether he didn't even like. Grow. It didn't he didn't even acknowledge. Right. Didn't like he's just like, whatever. I mean. I will Westbrook is climbing around behind you. And he's like what? Yeah. And won't smile. Scou- make balance Jamal Murray. Dancing at the top of the key will step back over Derek Whyte. So that's example, one we show then my log now here's in behind door number two Dame cokes. Raymond Felton's beats the third quarter buzzer, so Tracy rate, please who's better who were better. Gotta go with Dane. Yeah. The Murray shot was in a vital portion of a must-win game. So I gotta go with Murray. No offence while it was it was like the kaffir. It's sealed that it made it one of seven to one Malysz. Yeah. Cables already over by this time, David catch quarter. Pretty good. You see ribbon felt walked into the arena last night..
"murray" Discussed on The Jump
"If I pull him truly believe in me does he have my back. So I had to stay with Jamal maker miss because he's our guy and I care about him. And he came through in a big way. But never wants to think about pulling from the lineup. Very nice. And this time it paid off early in the fourth quarter Murray miss. We'll pull up jumper that opened the floodgates. You got news. Layup, right? We'll step back common. There. We go. Shoot. Finally, had the lead just to be sure. Then over Darren white crowd going nuts. Most teammates going nuts. But Murray was done. He would go on to hit another three in transition. Honestly, the man was so on fire that went in the press conference afterward. He warned NBA jam t shirt with his own picture on it almost understated. So the Murray just saved the nuggets season. We don't know yet. This series is now tied at one one moving to San Antonio where the Spurs had ridiculous thirty two and nine home records here. But I do know this no one is more devastated by a rough start than joe-marie who's already had his share. And no one is more determined to fight their way out of it either. We will now see if the nuggets can follow his lead. So t- Mak did that explosion. You saw in the fourth quarter. You just said it only takes one, right? And then opens the floodgates that change your view of what the nuggets can do in the series. Actually, I'm not encouraged. No because yet again in game two when you you get beat in the first game, right? You have home could have been. So you get beat homecourt advantage on the scene you come back game two and try to make some judgments those adjustments really didn't work. They were down nineteen in his game. Sending Tonio just really lost themselves on the defensive in and gay about thirty eight points thirty nine points in the fourth quarter. And it took a Geraldo effort by God that was struggling for the first you know, game and three quarters to go crazy in the fourth quarter twenty one twenty four points. I'm still I'm not encouraged going back to San Antonio won one. You haven't won in setting Tonio since twenty twelve. That's crazy one in San Antonio since twenty twelve and you think they're going to go in there. Now, I don't think so I think this is really in trouble. Well, boy, Denver when they get going. They look so good their offense a firepower so impressive. Gary Harris had a really good game in this one. It did take maybe the hottest guy. We're going to see. Stretch the whole postseason. Maybe I my mouth, but how awesome that was? And it wasn't settled. I mean wasn't settled until he did that. Okay. Have you heard of Steph curry, I still believe we will see a quarter from Steph sometimes in these playoffs. But. Yeah. Was awesome in that moment. I actually wondered because he had Yokich out of the game. Also during the oh, Oh, I I know. wonder if he's going back to yoga cheap did. But only when got a foul trouble. I respect everything. Mike said that made me think Tracy was that even though the number two, you can even feel with with what Mike said there that it's such a learning experience, whereas the Spurs this is not there. I it is. I mean, and I give Malone in a Denver Nuggets. A lot of credit had these guys wanted to most more improved teams coming into the beginning season. I didn't see second seat so kudos. But when I look at the playoff matchups, they're not a number two seat to me. They're not as strong as a number to see to me in the Western Conference is a bad match for them. San Antonio to me is a better team better will coach team. And I think we're gonna see I don't even know if this upset because this team is a number two seat..
"murray" Discussed on The Jump
"Today's opening tipped wing weight is chugging wine on the golf course LeBron teams and on vacation, Tracy. Do you think peanut butter and jelly or? Luke nation. Like, they want you think that of course, they want to be in the playoffs. Lebron with like. I think when we had his moment he wrote off into that sunset and that sunset includes wine and a doll. That one going lovely rose ahistorical fiftee straight years LeBron and you wanna I seventeenth three year. He said, it's interesting. I I was curious LeBron whether he's gonna watch the playoffs and he told me when we were chatting last couple weeks of the season he did plan to walk. So he's a fan. We'll see we'll see it's going to be hard to watch and not being and welcome to the jump. I'm Rachel Nichols alongside New York Times bestselling author Brian Windhorst new book is on the shelves right now. Go by just saying, oh, look it's two times Corey champion hall of Famer, Tracy McGrady. Thank you, very happy with our crew coming up, Damian Lillard, and Russell Westbrook. Fulco chippy last night. We're gonna talk about who you would rather build a team around the answer may not be what you assume. But first back when Jamal worry was rookie. He started his NBA career by missing his first seventeen shots in a row. I can't really quite imagine. What that feels like to know you are in the top one percent of humans on earth at putting a round ball to a round hoop and yet suddenly. You just can't for some reason. It was particularly devastating for Murray who'd been training for that moment since he was literally a baby seriously. You can go back and read the excellent story ESPN's Jack McMullen wrote on Murray earlier this year where she details. How Murray's father raised Jamal in an almost army like environment designed to create the perfect player at seven years old Jamal had to hit thirty free throws in a row before he could stop practicing for the day when it got cold and Murray's native Ontario journals dad would have him practice dribbling on ice to improve his balance in the Mary house. If that ball, go through the nets you were running some hills sometimes backward. So it's surprise that. Until Murray worked himself out of that rough start he had his rookie. He felt like the walls were caving in. Now, let's force forward to now Jamal third year in the NBA. He was a huge part of the nuggets sweetheart season and was certainly expected to help push Denver pass the Spurs in the opening round of these playoffs except in game one he shot just thirty three percent. From the field missed all six of his three point attempts and also missed that potential. Go ahead shot with ten seconds to play in that game and game too. Well, yeah. See those bricks his first three-quarters about as ugly as you can get he was a minus eighteen in his twenty four first minutes shooting for eight just to assist. Here's coach Mike Malone on what he told them all at halftime. He was so frustrated at halftime and not making shots shots at his made his whole career..
"murray" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Because this was not good. This was the worst comments. I ever got a higher rate quarter manually I've been doing this a long time. Yes leadership. Not good case. Study habits not good the board work below night. Good night good at all on any of those areas. And raising major concerns about what this guy's gonna do. Now people will say, well, we're going to compare them to Mahomes, we're going to run an offense like well homes. We're going to run an offense like Baker Mayfield. It is possible. But those guys are much different. I mean, those guys you'd never questioned about their ability on the board. You're never questioned their leadership ability their work habits. They were outstanding in those areas. This guy's not outstanding in those areas. It showed up in the interview. That is absolutely positively unbelievable. Absolutely, positively unbelievable. Lazy and think about what we're talking about here. The Oklahoma Sooners led by column Murray. Moore's two games this year. They were twelve or two. They lost one game to Texas on October six forty eight forty five. And then they lost in a national championship. College football playoff national champion semifinals to Alabama forty five to thirty four. Kyla Murray is the quarterback for the Oklahoma Sooners. Laser gentlemen. The lowest amount of points. His team scored was twenty eight against army. Or September twenty second in the fourteen games. This offense was led by column. Ary they scored sixty three forty nine thirty seven twenty eight sixty six forty five fifty to fifty one fifty one forty eight fifty five fifty nine thirty nine and thirty four. That's what they did. Column worry.
"murray" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"Yeah. Hello. The name of the show is highly questionable. Because we ask a lot of questions. And because he's always high is he what do you like on the show today? If Mike McCarthy spent his year off filming a reality show. Would you watch it because I would know valid puppy. Hi should color Murray in the NFL draft. I don't believe that I'm qualified to answer this question. I am not the person to ask this. And not just because I thought David Carr was the greatest college quarterback I've ever seen. I'm having more difficulty measuring the value of prospects at this position than I've ever had because of the changing rules because Baker Mayfield goes somehow for walking on in college to the number one overall pick, and they seem to have hit on it. I don't know that I could do this. I do know that this guy feels a little bit like a smaller, Patrick Mahomes with less arm strength. I'm not sure that's a positive David Garay. Yes, David car. They gave you a TV show. I'm sure look I don't know how to assess Kyle Mary, but there are these rumors all of a sudden that even the cardinals would consider drafting a number one overall. And it's kind of interesting that clip Kingsbury is going to be there next coach, and he has said in the past he would draft that dude Cuyler Mary number one overall. That in itself and here, I am avoiding the question. Just like Dan is that in itself is crazy fascinating to me because not only the disorganization show a lack of patience with their head coach firing him after one year. But if they go ahead and draft Cuyler Murray and trade Josh Rosen. Then you're looking at the picture of impatience in an organization, and you're hanging handed Kingsbury all the keys right there. Because you're giving him the quarterback that he wanted. I'm with Danny looked a little small against Alabama. Didn't look like he could just navigate the pocket, especially well, I guess NFL type town that would be a risky go for me. Boy did for him. You know for the Heisman? How about you? I voted for him as well. Yeah. This or two each. I don't have. We shouldn't you discussing this with the three of us. It should just be the two Heisman voters. Has had. I'm geese earned the opportunity to head coach again. It's not Kice Adam gays. His record was sub sub-standard with the Miami Dolphins. But the reason he's been hired for this position. I don't wanna do earn the opportunity doesn't make sense. And of course, it does from this perspective. Not just because at some point this season. You're going to have the jets and the dolphins probably trying to steal the bills coach while the patriots laugh at them because they're doing shell game in the division. This guy has made every quarterback that he's had be the best version of himself. Jay Cutler, Tim Tibo. Ryan Channa hills numbers when he was healthy this guy can help quarterbacks. And that's what the jets want more than anything else when Adam gates made the playoffs in his first season as the dolphins head coach he probably felt more quickly than anybody in that building in that facility to make decisions for that team because that franchise has been a mess for a decade. Plus the next two years riddled with injuries six and ten seventy nine but at the beginning of last year when they were going three zero and Albert Wilson, keen grit were running all over the place. You thought to yourself? Self man that offense does look pretty good. If you give them a couple of pieces, so find the jets, and I'm looking at who has more credibility the dolphins who fired him or Adam gates who made something out of nothing in Miami. I'm gonna go ahead and say, Adam gates is my guy and man the future of Sam darnold seems so much brighter than the future of Ryan tannehill ever did. So I'm with the jets here making this election. It just makes the dolphins. Look even worse. Hey jets fan. Get ready for your.