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"nagel" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
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Are Beans a Protein or Carbohydrate?
"Hello and welcome to the nutrition. Diva podcast. i'm your host monterey nagel and in this episode. i'm going to answer. The eternal question are being of protein or carbohydrate food. Vegetarians and vegans lean pretty hard on beans as a source of protein. And even those of us who sometimes eat meat but also enjoy plant based meals will often build our meat free meals around some sort of legume and that's because they contain more protein per serving than most other plant foods but the nutritional profile of legumes is very different from animal protein sources eggs meat fish and chicken get anywhere from fifty to ninety five percent of their calories from protein with the rest usually coming from fat leg. Hume's on the other hand only get about a quarter of their calories from protein and the rest is mostly carbohydrate. Soybeans are a bit of an exception being higher in both protein and fat and lowering carbohydrate than other legumes. Peanuts which are technically legumes are another exception. They're even higher in fat than soybeans and lower in protein than most beans. Perhaps because of this peanuts are generally categorized as nuts for the purposes of dietary guidelines despite their botanical classification. So can you get enough protein from beans well. Although we think of beans as being a protein food the truth is that they provide a lot less protein per serving and per calorie than animal proteins. A three ounce serving of cooked chicken breast for example provides about twenty six grams of protein and about one hundred and sixty calories. The standard serving size for beans is a half of cup of cooked beans and that provides just eight grams of protein for around one hundred twenty calories so we would need to eat a lot more beans to get the same amount of protein as we get from meet. It would take two cups of black beans. That's about four hundred and eighty calories to get the same amount of protein as you'd get from three quarters of a cup of chicken breast for example so for every gram of protein and beans. You're also taking in about three grams of carbohydrate and a lot more calories now although beans are relatively high in carbs these are some of the healthiest types of carbs. The carbohydrate portion of beans is a combination of fiber and starch but about half of the starch in beans is actually what we refer to as resistant starch that means it resists digestion and absorption in the small intestine and goes on to function much like fiber in the gut the fiber and the resistant starch in beans feed the beneficial bacteria in the gut. They promote regularity they helped to modulate our blood sugar response to food. They also increase our satiafaction and society after meals helping us feel full with fewer calories. Perhaps that's why people who eat. More beans generally have healthier body weights and lower waist. Circumference beans also contain fido sterols. These are plant compounds that are shaped so similarly to cholesterol that they can occupy the cholesterol receptors in ourselves and regular being consumption is linked with better cholesterol profiles. So beans have a lot going for them. But let's talk about how they fit into your diet because when we build a meal around beans instead of meat which is a great idea. We may need to make some other adjustments to our plates because beans contain both protein and starch. It might make sense to reduce other sources of starch to compensate for that. So if you're having black-eyed peas instead of blackened catfish for dinner. Perhaps you skip the bread or the potatoes. Beans and rice of course are a classic combination in part because of the complementary amino acid profile. But you could have a smaller portion of rice with your beans instead of half a cup of beans and a cup of rice. For example you could switch the proportions on that double up on the beans ordered to bump up the protein and reduce the rice to half a cup and keep in. Mind that if you're trying to match the protein content that you'd get from meet. You may not have as many calories to spend on other foods due to the extra calories that are riding along with that plant to protein.
Are Beans a Protein or Carbohydrate?
"Hello and welcome to the nutrition. Diva podcast. i'm your host monterey nagel and in this episode. i'm going to answer. The eternal question are being of protein or carbohydrate food. Vegetarians and vegans lean pretty hard on beans as a source of protein. And even those of us who sometimes eat meat but also enjoy plant based meals will often build our meat free meals around some sort of legume and that's because they contain more protein per serving than most other plant foods but the nutritional profile of legumes is very different from animal protein sources eggs meat fish and chicken get anywhere from fifty to ninety five percent of their calories from protein with the rest usually coming from fat leg. Hume's on the other hand only get about a quarter of their calories from protein and the rest is mostly carbohydrate. Soybeans are a bit of an exception being higher in both protein and fat and lowering carbohydrate than other legumes. Peanuts which are technically legumes are another exception. They're even higher in fat than soybeans and lower in protein than most beans. Perhaps because of this peanuts are generally categorized as nuts for the purposes of dietary guidelines despite their botanical classification. So can you get enough protein from beans well. Although we think of beans as being a protein food the truth is that they provide a lot less protein per serving and per calorie than animal proteins. A three ounce serving of cooked chicken breast for example provides about twenty six grams of protein and about one hundred and sixty calories. The standard serving size for beans is a half of cup of cooked beans and that provides just eight grams of protein for around one hundred twenty calories so we would need to eat a lot more beans to get the same amount of protein as we get from meet. It would take two cups of black beans. That's about four hundred and eighty calories to get the same amount of protein as you'd get from three quarters of a cup of chicken breast for example so for every gram of protein and beans. You're also taking in about three grams of carbohydrate and a lot more calories now although beans are relatively high in carbs these are some of the healthiest types of carbs. The carbohydrate portion of beans is a combination of fiber and starch but about half of the starch in beans is actually what we refer to as resistant starch that means it resists digestion and absorption in the small intestine and goes on to function much like fiber in the gut the fiber and the resistant starch in beans feed the beneficial bacteria in the gut. They promote regularity they helped to modulate our blood sugar response to food. They also increase our satiafaction and society after meals helping us feel full with fewer calories. Perhaps that's why people who eat. More beans generally have healthier body weights and lower waist. Circumference beans also contain fido sterols. These are plant compounds that are shaped so similarly to cholesterol that they can occupy the cholesterol receptors in ourselves and regular being consumption is linked with better cholesterol profiles. So beans have a lot going for them. But let's talk about how they fit into your diet because when we build a meal around beans instead of meat which is a great idea. We may need to make some other adjustments to our plates because beans contain both protein and starch. It might make sense to reduce other sources of starch to compensate for that. So if you're having black-eyed peas instead of blackened catfish for dinner. Perhaps you skip the bread or the potatoes. Beans and rice of course are a classic combination in part because of the complementary amino acid profile. But you could have a smaller portion of rice with your beans instead of half a cup of beans and a cup of rice. For example you could switch the proportions on that double up on the beans ordered to bump up the protein and reduce the rice to half a cup
Biden and Harris address country from Wilmington, Delaware
"Has gathered on stage with his family with Kamala Harris is family. In a river front parking lot in Wilmington, Delaware. Fireworks. Continue on ABC is Molly Nagel is right there in the middle of it, Molly. I don't know if you can hear me over the fireworks but by his family and his family, his grand hunter son. Up here with him, and Joe Biden is just watching all of this play out as the fireworks display comes to an end, an American flag hangs in the sky through those drones. NBC's Molly Nagel in Wilmington, Delaware. We're joined also from Harvard by ABC News contributor Doctor Leah. Right Trigger on what You heard from Joe Biden and Kamala Harris tonight, professor So I think the first thing to point out is that different from what we've heard over the last four years that we heard a lot of sleeping going, You know, Big vision. About America about unity about that. There's no Red America. There's no Blue America. You're all one America in kind of a gesture towards the other side or across the aisle. There was a lot of talk about unity. But then there was also a lot of talk. About. You know what? Make not only what makes America great penpal of America to be a better place to be a visionary. But we heard you use the black women that carrying two carat, you know, a sliding For the White House. He heard an acknowledgement of trans a transgender individuals in there right way heard, you know, a reference systemic racism from both from both biting and tearing. As an acknowledgment about what's left to do And what what effect that we've heard all of the things in conjunction with a bidet in Paris administration's attempt contrition, releasing documents released data thing, what they do on day one. I think part of what Stark was a layout and kind of community making moment, but also any knowledge of what is necessary and what has what kind of work needs to be done in the future. Thanks to Dr Leah right rigor as Joe Biden and Dr Jill Biden are waving to familiar faces in the crowd there and Wilmington, a reminder of how long Joe Biden has been in public life. These are by and large friends, family. It also the people of Delaware who had known him since he was first elected senator on this day in 1940, 1972. 48 years ago,
"nagel" Discussed on KGO 810
"That's right, Aaron. And you know, as we've looked at this, the campaign has stayed consistent in their message. They want to continue to count these votes and let the process play out in its entirety. And you know, have people just remain. Calm and collected while that happens, But in the meantime, I think we are starting to see the former vice president as he's saying he feels very confident he's going to win this race move forward into what the next steps Of being president elect would be, which is that idea of governing and moving into, um, policy and transition. So this is a briefing that he has received sporadically over a month since March. He and Senator Harris for their today receiving that briefing on Cove, it and the economy and it just shows you know that they're there. They think this election is over. Once the votes are all counted, they'll move ahead. But Already now starting to look into those policies maybe sees Molly Nagel covers the Biden campaign I wantto turn to ABC is Karen Travers, our White House correspondent as Joe Biden implores his supporters and really all Americans to stay calm. Reminding all that the vote is sacred in this country. We've heard a different message coming from the White House on the Trump campaign. Very different message. I mean, the president has been a constant drumbeat today, making unfounded claims of voter fraud. He's been pushing for states to stop counting ballots. The president said today that any vote that comes in after election day should not be counted. Which, of course, is Not how it works. The president's team has also been out there today in several states. They're really trying to do a blitz of lawsuits aimed in some places. It's stopping ballots from being counted. Someplace is aimed at having monitors set up to watch the ballots being counted. And they're also just making some claims that these there are sacks as they call them. You know, big batches of balance that they claim are being found across the country and Erin. They're suggesting Is this foul play that's going on something nefarious. That's helping Joe Biden and hurting the president. We have to note because I think people are seeing that out there or seeing tweets about it. There is no evidence that that's happening. And the campaign has been asked every which way to provide evidence of this, and they're not doing that to back it up on. You know, I think it has been notable today that there have been Very few of any Republican, prominent Republican elected officials who are willing to get in line with the president on this one and say, Yeah, this is happening out there. One thing we've noticed over the years is that Republicans like to say they didn't see what the president said. So it's certainly easier for them to just not comment on things, but I do think it's striking. They're not backing him up on this right now. No one infect the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. Took to Twitter to excoriate some of those Republicans for for not doing more and not be More vocal in the aftermath of the election. Yeah, he did you know, referring to them as the 2024 GOP hopefuls, he said, there's a lack of action from all of them. Now you can read this a couple different ways. One frustration that the prominent people in the party are not getting behind them on this message, claiming that there's widespread fraud happening. The other part there is that I mean, the votes haven't been completely counted. Yet. The president has not yet been president hasn't lost this race yet, But Donald Trump Jr could already be looking at the next race when there's been many people talking about him running someday. So here he is separating himself from those other members of Congress. Other prominent Republicans who've You know, kind of danced around the idea of maybe running in four years and putting them on notice essentially that they're not standing with the Trump family. And right now it's still Donald Trump's Republican Party, and you're either with him or in their minds. You're against him. Baby sees Karen Travers, our White House correspondent. We have just finished hearing very briefly from Joe Biden. Who said that he had an update from his team on covert 19 on the economy, but he was there to plead for calm, and he said, We have no doubt that when the count is done Senator Harris and I will be declared the winner's ABC is Molly Nagel covers the Biden campaign. Where are they putting most of their hope right now, Molly? Well, I think you've seen the campaign talk about how they think they have multiple pathways here, too, that to 70 number. They have to win Arizona and Nevada and those two states could get them to.
How Victoria's coronavirus response became a public health success
"Tastier. Victorian and a great for the rest of the country because of what Victorians have been doing for the last weeks on end it's been an extraordinary lockdown and people making sacrifices for themselves for each other for their families for Victoria and for all those people who are not in Victoria, they'd be making sacrifices for the rest of the country to get this under control because it's an important thing to do for. The whole nation not just for. Victoria absolutely. So I mean we've been for cost about the coronavirus for the past few months if you haven't been paying attention and doing that, you can get a bit stuck in the weeds and we've been focusing a lot on Victoria and the spread there and the restrictions there, and the tired of that sort of taking it as a whole could be seen as quite negative but. Really it's such a success story when you think about the fact that are at hundreds and hundreds of cases just a few months ago and over the weekend, they only had one or two cases a day and it's it's due to individuals hard work. Yes. The said many many times over the months on corona cast. There's really only when you're when it's out of control, there's only one thing that you can do. That social distancing in the extreme, and that becomes a lockdown and that's what they've done. Victoria and it has brought under control as broader under control as well. If not better than any other country in the world, just looking at some of the statistics before we started this, and if you look at Singapore, which is what accorded the other day with really quite a bad outbreak in their dormitory areas for the migrant workers. That average several hundred a day. But as far as I could see. Whilst, they got two but nine, hundred a day in the first wave of the pandemic. The never got that high in the second wave. So it was steadily three, four, five, hundred a day but never seven hundred day we're got to in Victoria. They too are down at a single digits, but only Justin single digits some they've been in double digits in Singapore prior to the last few days. So Melbourne at least equal Singapore in fact, exceeds it. South. Korea's done pretty well with some significant outbreaks but again, that got up to like three, four, hundred a day, not seven, hundred a day, and that's in a country of fifty one million on their trucking along about seventy seventy today not single digits admittedly in country. That's. Eight or nine times the population of Victoria. So incredibly well by any standards and something that. Should be proud of any grateful to torrens for absolutely and of course, we're not at the finish line yet Victoria's well the whole country's and out of the woods yet in terms of the virus, and also there's still their way to go in terms of lockdown restrictions in Victoria. But it's a huge relief short for the people who live there and I'm for all of us to sort of see that Nagel really shifting down now. Yes. Some people will be saying, well, why couldn't we have gone further? Since we're a handful of cases we are recording this corona cast before we know what today's numbers are from Victoria but. Know they will be low unless there's a small outbreak somewhere and why couldn't we have gone to the same level as New South? Wales which is actually got on average more cases than. Victoria. And I think that the reason is that Victoria is still in mop-up phase and the number of mystery cases in other words cases where they don't know where you'll have caught the virus I think yesterday where the premier said, it was random about fifteen cases are still unknown that means they're still a fair bit of virus around you could possibly double that for the real number of mystery cases.
The Anti-Cancer Revolution
"I'm here with Ryan Stir Nagel who is the founder along with his wife Teddy of the stern method, a platform informing and inspiring families going through cancer to succeed on all fronts in May of twenty fourteen, their son Ryder was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma childhood cancer of the nervous system just eleven days before his first birthday through an integrative approach leaving nothing on the table today writer is thriving along with the stern method website and social media. Presence Ryan hosts the anti-cancer Revolution podcast and online conference, and is the creator of going into creative a step-by-step course for cancer patients, parents, and Caregivers Ryan. Welcome to the show. It's such an honor to have here with us today. Meant, the really really good to be with you. Well, that's quite a story I'm sure you hear this all the time every parent's nightmare to go through what you have been through with your son Ryder I'm so happy to hear that he's thriving today and not only that, but you've taken that journey and you've turned it into an opportunity to. Pass things on past things forward. So not just going through what you've done for your cells and healing your son, but turning around and helping other people go through that journey themselves and being a support for people. So just wonderful work you're doing and I couldn't be more happy for the existence of your story because it's helping. So many people I'm curious after writer was diagnosed. How long after that point? Did you start using a more integrative approach wasn't like right away or did it take some time to get to that point? We were very, you know I don't know. A million different words come to mind but alternative minded going into it even when my wife was pregnant with or even before she was pregnant with rider, we really started. To clean up our act in terms of we had been out of college for a little while, and of course, we're living the standard American Diet Slash College lifestyle right you know. But then you know we got married at nothing better do but watching documentaries and. Started started, find out about getting healthy. So we were we were already experimenting with different diets eating all organic food getting rid of chemicals in the house already. Getting rid of. Not using, Wifi or anything like that. So we were we were already going down that rabbit hole. We'd seen several integrative alternative cancer documentaries just kind of out of general interest I. Guess We'd. We'd bought stuff on the Gerson. Therapy and the Brzezinski documentary in the so yeah. When when Ryder was diagnosed we already had a very firm handle on the direction we wanted to take in looking ahead I already perceive the fact that we were going to have trouble because of everything I knew about the way the conventional medical system is set up set up particularly when it's when it's your child, you find out pretty quickly when your kid gets guide diagnosed and and hopefully nobody's kid listening to this gets diagnosed but the conventional medical system and the in the state don't necessarily consider your child yours. You know when you're going through a cancer diagnosis and especially it's not a big deal for a lot of parents that just kind of roll over and just do whatever they're told. But for parents like us that really wanted to do everything we could for our child in knowing that everything we could do meant a heck of a lot more than than everything that we were offered in the hospital and perhaps not doing everything you're offered in the hospital. Yeah. Yeah. That led to that led to some real real ugly situations and actually moving
Election 2020: Biden, Harris Appear Together in Delaware
"Harris share a stage for the first time since the primary debates at DuPont High School in Wilmington, Delaware. We're going to share their vision for defeating President Trump's leading the nation through a pandemic. ABC is Molly Nagel covers the Biden campaign. She's in that high school gymnasium. Now bit of an unusual debut, Molly, You could see this in front of a boisterous crowd, but or covert. Yeah, that's right, where we usually see a massive roll up for the vice presidential pick. And that, uh, are the Democratic nominee. That's not gonna be the case here today. We're in a gymnasium that is Currently just looks like all press and staff here. We're all seated in folding chairs with socially distant circles, Place around the perimeter of our chairs to ensure that we're socially distance and you know we're seeing. We're all just waiting here to see the first time that this ticket will come home and address the press together for the first time. We have about 55 flags. It appears in the background of our of the shot for the vice presidential nominee and the presumptive Democratic nominee. And we're all just eagerly awaiting on this rainy day and Wilmington to see these two together for the first time in public and really debut this ticket, ABC is Molly Nagel, who covers the Biden campaign. ABC is Mark Hamill artist there to outside that gymnasium. Did anybody show up to see this moment? Mark? They did Aaron. Interestingly enough, as Molly mentioned there it is on has been a times very stormy and down, pouring here, and if it wasn't storming and down pouring, it was Oppressively hot and humid, but a few 100 people still showed up at this high school. I talked to a couple of them and basically they said, Hey, I heard it was here, so I walked down to see I have no idea if I can get in. And as Molly said, it doesn't appear that they're going to be allowed in. Nevertheless, they showed up many of them holding campaign signs for Biden won home made sign read. Representation matters. Camilla, obviously alluding there to Camilla being the first woman of color on a major party ticket. This event has been delayed several times. Today. We understand that the power went out, perhaps due to those storms. So perhaps that's why this was pushed back a little bit, but we understand as well. We're going to get a preview here of what these candidates are going to talk about, and they're going to draw a contrast, a campaign official tells ABC News between the Trump campaign in their campaign, which they say They represent experience. Compassion, justice and leadership in the Trump campaign represents quote, chaos, division incompetence and failure.
"nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Nagel. Outbound in northwest Indiana. Slow traffic eastbound on 94 between the Indiana toll road and state route to 49. The forecast from the WG and Chicago Weather Center meteorologist Mike Hammer, Nick. Partly cloudy, breezy, cooler and less human. On this Sunday, a cool front sweeping across area will deliver Canadian air to Chicago land for a couple of days. Could be a leftover scattered shower across the southern suburbs in northwest Indiana. But most of us are going are going to stay dry. Look for high 79 degrees. Temps will range from 75 of the beaches. 2 81 of south West Suburbs north winds 12 to 20 miles per hour. Partly cloudy Cooler tonight Low 64 for tomorrow. Partly cloudy, seasonal high 83 Tuesday Partly sunny, warmer high 89 A chance of storms returns on Wednesday. Partly cloudy, warm and humid high of 88 chance of storms on Thursday, very warm and humid with a high of eating night from the WG and Weather Center. My camera Nick, 23 people have been shot two of them fatally in Chicago this weekend. One fatal shooting in humbled Park, the other in the Avalon Park neighborhood, both taking place last night yesterday, state representative LaShawn Ford and clergy from Chicago's neighborhoods as governor Pritzker to form a Midwest. Impact that would share information on gun sales. The way the law is now there is no communication between the border states. Ford cites a University of Chicago study that claims one of every five guns used in the area in Chicago have been sold in Indiana in Florida this weekend. They have reported the largest single day increase in positive Corona virus cases in anyone state since.
Denial of Rebirth
"I will argue that the Buddha taught rebirth. Now. He was either right about rebirth or he was wrong. I let us be clear about the fact that the Buddha taught rebirth. On the night of his awakening, the Buddha said I recollected my many kinds of past lives with features and details. This was the first knowledge which I achieved in the I watch of the night on quote. And just to be clear, it's wrong, too, so that he taught rebirth just for cultural and pragmatic reasons alone. The. Buddhist said quote, and what is wrong view? There is no meaning in giving sacrifice or offering. There's no fruit or result of good and bad deeds. There's no afterlife. Notice the Buddhist said that that was wrong view. There's no afterlife. The first component of the noble eightfold path is right view, and the denial of rebirth is counter to this. The teaching of rebirth rights be boaty crops out almost everywhere in the Pali Canon. And is so closely bound to a host of other doctrines that to remove it would virtually reduced the Dhamma to tatters. Was the Buddha wrong about rebirth. The Buddha has three insights on the night of his awakening the first, which we just read about was the recollection of his past lives. The second was the KARMIC death and rebirth of other beings, and the third was a complete grasp of the four noble truths. Now if we accept the four noble trues, why should we deny the other two insights? Psychologist Robert. Wright has written a book entitled why Buddhism is True. In it. He gives evidence that quote. Buddhism's diagnosis of the human predicament is fundamentally correct. And, that it's prescription is deeply valid urgently important on quote. But like so many modern people. He accepts the psychology of Buddhism while rejecting its metaphysics. I used to do this myself when I was a secular Buddhist. But. How could the Buddha be so right about human psychology and so wrong about the nature of reality? Was the Buddha right. In my opinion, it seems more probable that the Buddha was right about rebirth. But someone object. There's no solid scientific evidence for a berth. Remembering. That Buddhism teaches that we have six senses. The usual five plus the mind that respond. Scientists based on what the five senses tell us, but ignores the six sense of the mind. Without all our senses, we cannot know all of reality. It is like ignoring the sense of hearing, and then concluding that sound is not real. There's a name for this fallacy. It is scientism. Bryan appleyard defines it as the belief that science is or can be the complete and only explanation. Scientists Limited to the physical world, because it ignores consciousness it ignores are six sense. As Philip Goff states, nothing is more certain unconsciousness, and yet nothing is harder to incorporate into our scientific picture of the world. The problem of consciousness began when Galileo decided that science was not in the business of dealing with consciousness on quote. Pan, Sai Qasem tries to correct this error. Quote Pan psychics believed that consciousness is a fundamental and ubiquitous feature of the physical world on quote. Thomas Nagel argues if any two hundred pound chunk of the universe contains the material needed to construct a person, and if we deny both cycle, physical reductionism and a radical form of emergence, then everything reduced to US elements must have proto mental properties on-court. That means that consciousness is weaved into the very fabric of the cosmos. The great physicist David Bohm hypothesized that reality is incorporated. Of An explicit order and an implicit order which is unfolded. Consciousness would be part of that in folded implicit or That
Representative arrested for money fraud, had gambling debts
"Long time state representative David mangle facing charges of fraud and embezzlement more from WBZ's Kim talentless David bangles vowing to fight the charges against him he was released on secured bond after pleading not guilty to siphoning seventy thousand dollars in campaign funds to pay off his head the gambling debt that money was also allegedly used to pay for personal expenses like rental cars to and from casinos and do is first golf club US attorney Andrew allowing alleges there was also some quid pro quo going on Nagel also receive services from private area businesses that he did not pay for putting work by teens for a contractor on angles home kitchen bathroom that contractor was later awarded lucrative bids for instruction projects for which Nagel has secured state funded mangle is also accused of lying on tax returns and obtaining three hundred thousand dollars in fraudulent
Boston: Lowell state rep pleads not guilty to federal campaign spending charges
"Not guilty pleas today in federal court for a long time Massachusetts state representative mall Democrat David Nagel was accused of using thousands of dollars in campaign cash to fund the personal expenses charges include wire and bank fraud mega rod in the courtroom in handcuffs and ankle shackles and an officer took those handcuffs off as he entered the courtroom and put them back on to escort him out Nagel ordered released on twenty five thousand dollars unsecured bond with several conditions including being barred from gambling while on pre trial release Michaels also forbidden from traveling outside Massachusetts except for brief trips to New Hampshire but his attorney said are necessary to care for his girlfriend's dogs
Boston: Mass. Lawmaker Facing Federal Charges That He Used Campaign Funds Illegally
"State rep David Nagel a Democrat charged with using campaign funds to pay personal expenses and other federal charges we're standing by for ten thirty news conference over at the federal courthouse in Boston mangle was arrested at his home by the FBI and IRS special agents again state rep David Nangle arrested this morning at his home charged with campaign finance violations Nagel serves on the house committee on
Oklahoma tribal jurisdiction problem
"And here with us at Ann Arbor Michigan. Today is Riyaz. Kenji partner with Kenji and Ketson he is currently representing the Muskogee Creek nation. In mcgirt case that we are talking about also here is a partner with pipes. Tin Law Mary Catherine Nagel and she's a citizen of the Cherokee nation. She joins US OUT OF DENVER. Colorado thank you both for being here and Riyaz before the break you were talking about The significance of the history. And just where we got to today and of course. There are more Things that you'd like to share just paint this picture fully. Please do and also open up. Why we're even talking about any of this about where land exists and it doesn't under tribal jurisdiction in how it applies to this case Go ahead continue your thank you You know where we got to where we are. Today is a really interesting question. So it Congress An axe the statutes and the in the very early part of the Twentieth Century Paving the way for Oklahoma statehood as I was saying before the break. None of those statutes Say Anything about just establishing the creek reservation but what happens is in nineteen o seven. Oklahoma becomes a state. That's right around the same time that oil is discovered in Oklahoma and you have this tremendous influx of settlers The Creek Allotment Act which was passed in nineteen. O One Took the what was communal. Ownership of the creek. Nation parceled out Lots to creek members almost exclusively to treat creek members. The land of the reservation was divided up with the idea being that Consistent with federal policy of the time. That the creeks were would own their land in individually they would learn to become farmers they would be acculturated but it would still be their land But we all know what happened What's been described as a orgy of plunder and exploitation with that land having all of a sudden become incredibly valuable because of the oil deposits. There was all manner of Fraud Cheating and worse. Outright murders To dispossess the creeks of their land so in a pretty short amount of time. A reservation that under federal statute entreaty was still meant to be controlled by the creek. People in terms of landownership Ended up having a very large proportion of non Indian ownership and because of that confluence of factors over time. Sort of the argument welled up while there's not even a creek reservation here anymore. Look at look at it demographically. It's largely Non-indian and what this litigation is really about is reaffirming the rule of law which says that even despite what happened in terms of this orgy of plunder and exploitation and the transfer of land title to a largely to non Indians Congress disestablished the reservation boundaries and those remain intact so that the creek nation while it might not own much of the land within the reservation just as true for my say my home state of Michigan which does not own most of the land within Michigan's borders that those borders still still exist in talk to me a little bit about the authority of the courts. Mary Catherine especially Intertribal nations when it comes to all of this and we think about where jurisdiction lays plenty of issues when it comes to policing as well as Crimes committed anything more. You want to share just to make things clear when we talk about Why murders even claiming this happened on indigenous land? Sure yes one thing. Very clear right Anyone who studied federal Indian Law Understand that it is. You know a giant complex network when A crime is committed within the borders of a reservation on tribal lands or against the native victim or by native perpetrator. There is a huge complex jurisdictional analysis that law enforcement that You know a potential prosecutor whether there'd be federal state or tribal. Everyone has to undergo an this crazy analysis right and at the end of the day And we can agree or disagree with this law but the law is that you know and again I can come up with some exceptions but by March if the victim is not native and the perpetrator is native. Even if it's on a reservation in most instances the state right is going to have jurisdiction and so at the end of the day you know we know right now. Creek. Nation has a reservation. That's never been disestablished. It exists let's say regardless of whether the status quo is maintained changed really not going to alter whether or not Oklahoma has criminal jurisdiction over over the majority of the crimes committed within the borders of what we understand the the creek nation reservation today. Why because federal law is crazy it that way and we can debate it but at the end of the day. Oklahoma is going to maintain its jurisdiction over. You know the majority of population is very point out is not Indian and they're going to maintain jurisdiction over the majority of those crimes however Tribes ever in nineteen seventy eight. The Supreme Court eliminated tribal criminal jurisdiction over non Indians who come under tribal lands and commit crimes. And that's been very unfortunate and Indian country and a lot of our are made of women understand that this is contributing to wide native women suffer the highest rate of domestic violence sexual assault and murder in the United States. Today it's the Department of Justice is noted majority of violent crimes committed against native victims are committed by Non Indians. Congress has taken action to address this vision all from nineteen seventy eight and twenty thirteen restored tribal criminal jurisdiction acts criminal acts of domestic violence dating violence in violation of protection whereas committed by Non Indians so our lives today can protect their citizens living on travel and some those crimes but if you look at volatility thirteen statute very clear that those categories of non-indian crimes the try to prosecute them if the crime is committed on quote Indian country and that is a very a term defined by Congress to include a treasure ovation. So if you have a reservation today which not just create nation. That has this issue right. You've got tried to sue or standing rock or you know Fort Birth hold or Tulalip. Who have reservations that have survived statehood and have survived allotment right but if Oklahoma wins and Oklahoma gets to say no no no if your reservation was created before the state came into existence. You can no longer have a reservation today regardless of whether Congress ever just established you then all of a sudden those types who may have already or may seek to implement Vala twenty thirteen's restore criminal jurisdiction will now be put a law where they cannot protect their own tribal citizens against these three categories of non Indian perpetrated crimes anywhere within their borders. And instead they'll have to go under undergo and even more complicated analysis About the individual status at that parcel of land is that individual personal of land and restrict status. Is it in trust status. Is it non Indian fee lands In which case it would not be Indian country under the statute and so it. Actually the court's decision this case could have far reaching implications for the ability of tribal nations to implement vase restored criminal jurisdiction. And that's something. Oklahoma doesn't want to talk about right because really what's at stake here is not Oklahoma sovereignty but the sovereignty of our tribal nations. And that's really I think important to keep in mind and something that you know. Certainly Oklahoma won't be spreading in their conversations about this case. And so I WANNA get your your take to just thinking of the justices who are GonNa be hearing this and what you just explained. How deep is their knowledge on on? How tangled all of this is especially when we come to Violence in our nation's in I do want to let folks know that we did reach out to the state of Oklahoma In and invited them to be on the program. Today we did not hear back from them In America for Neagle tell me about The analysis of you know the knowledge of the point. You just brought up in how verse justices are in all of that. Well you know and I will defer to answer this question too because certainly the supreme court is his area of expertise but justice course such as a as an intellectual heavyweight when it comes to federal Indian Law You know historically a lot of the justices on this court did not study Indian law in law school. It's an area. They're very unfamiliar with. We're very fortunate that just gorsuch will be hearing this case. And if you've looked at the precedents. He has written his the decisions he wrote in the Tenth Circuit and since he's gotten to the Supreme Court it is clear that he in a very intellectual way under stands federal Indian law the complex framework of Criminal Law on tribal lands Dealing with tribal citizens. Both you know in reservations offers divisions rush. You know he understands all of this in a way that I think few other justices can parallel I think there are few other justices on the Supreme Court that have done a lot to educate themselves on these issues. Like justice. Sort of your
Oklahoma tribal jurisdiction problem
"This is native America calling. I'm Taraji would the. Us Supreme Court is again looking at a case that involves a crime a citizen of the Muskogee Creek nation and whether or not someone should have been tried in federal court. Jim C mcgirt was convicted of raping a child in Oklahoma State Court. He received a life sentence plus five hundred years. He maintains a conviction is invalid because he should have been tried in federal. Not State Court. Mcgirt is citizen. A federally recognized tribe the cases similar to a claim made by Patrick Murphy. A citizen of the Muskogee Creek Nation. He admits he murdered a man in nineteen ninety nine but he maintains he should have been tried in federal court. A ruling in his favor could up in his death sentence. The question on both of these cases is over land and Oklahoma's unique status with tribes and whether Congress properly disestablish reservation boundaries more than a century ago. We are inviting you into this conversation. Did you learn more about it? Maybe you've been following the long and have some thoughts on this. What a decision that would go either way would mean for tribal nation's sovereignty land status go hidden. Dial in our phone lines are open. You can join us today at one. Eight hundred nine six tweet four. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and with us today at a Denver Colorado is Mary Kathleen Nagel A. She is a partner at pipe stem law in a citizen of the Cherokee nation. My pleasure to have her here Mary Kim Mayor Catherine Welcome. Thank you so much. It's an honor to be here. Great to have year Also join us to Ann Arbor Michigan. Today is Riyaz. Kenji in he is a partner at Kenji and Katzen and he represents the Muskogee Creek nation in the mcgirt case. My pleasure to welcome here Riyaz. Welcome thank you for having me. Tara and thank you for being here with us today in Merry Catherine Let's start with more details on this case and just essential things you think. People need to understand When we talk about what this really could mean why headline say Oklahoma Could turn into chaos go ahead and establish a little bit more so I I do have to say as someone who was born in Oklahoma and as a citizen of a tribe in Oklahoma I I find a lot of headlines that Oklahoma has been promoting the incredibly disappointing. And I think Truth Bending is very kind way to describe them and I of course defer to Muskogee Crete nations attorney Who was also listening here in this interview because this is their reservation at stake but the tenth circuit was very clear a couple years ago and it's decision. Congress has never disestablished the creek nations reservation. That means it's still in existence and that's the you know plain simple truth and of course the brief that My Law Firm submitted was on behalf of the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center as well as tribes that have implemented the restored tribal criminal jurisdiction in the Violence Against Women. Act from twenty thirteen and so the points we were making simply Just how chaotic it will be and how troubling it will be for the tribes to have women involved is all of a sudden. A new precedent is established which no federal quarter Supreme Court has really held this. Before that. In instances where. Congress has not just established a reservation. Court should feel free to do so. That would actually create chaos. But I know Oklahoma certainly want folks to think that the sky is going to fall. It is not The reality today is that Christians evasion has never been established by Congress. It would actually be more destabilizing for the Supreme Court to do that. In this instance Then to uphold the tenth circuit decision and say. Actually the reservation has not been disestablished. Congress which is in fact the case and I think Oklahoma sort of grasping at straws here in terms of the different arguments. They're coming up with but the fact that a reservation still exists does not alter the individual ownership of the land within the reservation so non Indian landowners business owners that doesn't change doesn't affect their ownership of their homes or their land or the vast majority of the crimes perpetrated within the borders of the reservation. The state will still maintain criminal jurisdiction over many crimes. It's not It's not as easy stabilizing this. Oklahoma would have you believe in. I do need to make a correction. I was given wrong information In the INTRO Talking about his ruling could up in his death sentence. It's not Fact and we'll get closer into the Patrick Murphy case coming up but Mary Catherine when we think of all of this and Really what a decision in the supreme court could mean Either way let's talk a little bit about them. Yeah it's it's actually if the Supreme Court in this instance and Riyaz can explain this to what we're dealing with now is a bit of a procedurally positioned different case than Murphy Murphy was The state of Oklahoma seeking cert seeking the Supreme Court's Review. After the tenth circuit upheld the continued existence of the reservation since that decision has not been fully Adjudicated on the merits from court has not issued a written decision. This last time they did grant cert on The current case mcgirt. And so you know in that case You know this is coming out of the Oklahoma Supreme Court's decision to hear the The appeal that McGrath had filed the Oklahoma Supreme Court. And you know again. It's the same question of okay the Tenth Circuit has said. The reservation still exists Oklahoma still wants to assert criminal jurisdiction over an air. You know a few flip crimes that are actually clearly left to the federal government into to the tribal government. And that's that's really what's at stake here. It's a small number of crimes and And at the end of the day this is really what sovereignty is about. And there's no other sovereign that has more interested steak right then a tribal nation when it comes to protecting children and its citizens on its own land and at the end of the day You Know Oklahoma has made a lot of arguments. They've tried to make it sound. Like you know half of the state will go back to quote unquote tribal ownership which is not at all the case. the fact that a reservation exists does not alter the ownership of who owns the land inside the borders of the reservation. And that's the case in South Dakota. That's the case in the state of Washington. That's the case with every reservation in the United States right. Now there's a lot of non Indian ownership of reservation land especially the simple fact because of the dog acts and various other federal laws over time so at the end of the day What you know create nation and all of the folks who filed briefs in support of creation like my client the national indigenous women's Resource Center. It's really asking for a maintenance of the status quo. Don't change anything. Oklahoma is actually asking for something that would upend a hundred years of Supreme Court precedent and when completely alter the law around winner Reservation Candy disestablished? And how
Heart Disease in Women
"We only had to worry about men getting heart disease but now we know that one in sixteen women will have coronary heart disease. The most common cause of heart disease for women is actually the narrowing or the blockage of those coronary arteries. That supply. The blood vessels to the heart. It now as a nutritionist. The fundamental question. I believe we need to ask is what is causing this dramatic increase in heart disease and win in and women so listeners. You may be asking well. What causes the narrowing of the arteries? Or what can we do to prevent disease. He's now as a nutritionist. I know that food is very powerful. So we want to share some of the new research about the causes of heart right disease in women and what we can do to prevent heart disease. I'm shelby. I'm a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in nutrition. Shen and I am in the studio this morning with to fund people. Now first and foremost I get to introduce Mel. UH melania Beasley a registered Dietitian with several years of working with clients in a variety of studies including the navy. But the one person that I have in Studio this morning is my dad. How come we're not giving him the Mike this morning? Although he he probably has has lots to say about nutrition after our discussion last night but Malloch just have to tell you briefly I used to go to take your daughter to Work Day with my hi dad and so I thought it was only appropriate that it's Spanish your dad to work day barry appropriate exciting. So we're going to have a fun show this morning. We've we've got some good people here to talk about heart disease now mel you and I both work with clients one on one. We work with clients dance utilizing nutrition therapy. Good word nutrition therapy right. What does that really mean? That means that we are using nutrition to you. Make changes dramatic changes in how people feel and live therapeutic changes exactly now because we're seeing more and more of these clients lance having positive results with real food in balance some health insurance companies are getting on board and pain for the cost of nutrition. Therapy love it so it's nice now. Melania we also teach a variety of nutrition classes in the community we teach luncheon learns for some local businesses. Now Melanie besides all of the things that you do outside of nutritional weight and wellness. I imagine you cook a lot. I I cook all the time but you know shelby you know. I raised a family. I made food from. Scratch my So I like to do things a little bit on the quick side and You can do that in your busy lifestyle. I don't WanNA stand for days on end in the kitchen. But I'm I'm not going to compromise my health anymore so I cook real food. Yeah yeah now on this route real food idea. Of course today we were going to be talking about that connection between real food and heart disease but first we want to look at the research. So how can you tell us a little bit about the research. I I'd like to say to all of our listeners. Good Morning and thanks for listening today. Fifty years ago back in the nineteen in seventies a diverse group of researchers proposed from their research that refined carbohydrates especially sugar and a low intake of fiber. Were major factors causing coronary heart disease but unfortunately as many of you know their research was overshadowed by the belief that saturated actuated fat was the culprit of heart disease And we were able to stop We were told stop eating butter and Lard and dark chicken meat and the skin the poultry. That right there is sad as a southerner I got and of course fatty Cuts of steak pork. Because they were the cause of heart disease. The theory that saturated fat caused heart disease really prevailed from nineteen seventy four to two thousand fourteen and sadly some. Some people still believe I here in clinic. I'm sure you do too. That saturated fat causes heart disease. And the I call it fat phobia. They're really afraid of it right well. That was actually the the cause for much of our discussion. After dinner last night My parents were listening to a nutrition. Talk on their drive up to Minnesota yesterday yesterday and being truly my father's daughter he was asking the question why why has saturated fat Ben Tempur so much in the past so we went through the technical term right there exactly so we did we. We kinda talked through these things but we we know that research since two thousand fourteen has continued to show that saturated fats now listeners. Those are things like butter. Her Coconut Oil Organic Lard. Organic tallow those play a much smaller role in heart disease whereas whereas sugar the grains those process cereals and other carbohydrates are the foods that we actually need to keep our eye on in order to prevent heart disease so shall be talk about. What exactly that means from day to day perspective Well it means that in the past. We were told to eat a Bagel with margarine. Or I can't believe it's not butter and I always say what the heck is it. That's right Then we topped. Our toaster are Bagel. Nagel with some jelly or some jam but absolutely no butter or cream cheese. You remember this being in the navy and it was a Bagel with Jelly. Yeah today. We're told to eat eggs cooked in butter with Bacon Yum or sausage an aside of vegetables sauteed maybe coconut oil or ghee which is just clarified butter cutter right You talk about confusing right. Yeah so which is it. Sugar fat that Causes Heart Disease Older research from the Nineteen Seventies. He's found that sugar was implicated. Or perhaps even the cost is of many many diseases right well because of this research in the nineteen seventies about sugar and refined carbs. Their sugar industry became alarmed. They do. They're losing money right so they went out and hired their own. Researchers to say that eating saturated fat caused heart disease right well. The knowledge of this scandal that the sugar industry actually hired researchers who were well paid to point the finger at saturated fat. As being the cause of cardiovascular problems was only brought to light in two thousand sixteen right I think we both Had that article when we did a lunch. Learn one tie and actually for you listeners. WHO WHO WANNA look at this with your own eyes? I Have The New York Times article right here. The titles how. The sugar industry shifted blame to fat and the the date on that is actually September twelfth of Twenty sixteen so just for years ago. Yeah I just googled New York Times sugar article and popped right up so you can read more about that after the show. And it's really it's false is very misleading research. So it's so well ingrained in the minds of consumers that many people I still believe it is saturated fat. They need to avoid. I have clients once or twice a week easily. telling me their doctor said They need to avoid fats. Can I eat tags. How many can I safely eaten a day? So I'm really worried about this and They still believe it's saturated fat that they knew devoid right. Even though the current research research shows that refined carbs and sugar are the leading cause of heart disease you know in Staten Companies. Also the pharmaceutical companies. They they don't WanNa lose money on this either so right now when we think about that major research we're looking at that connection between clean what people are eating long term and how that's influencing their health exactly so another major research study published list in the Journal of the American Metal Medical Associations Internal Medicine Journal. That's a mouthful reported that a sugar Laden Diet may raise is your risk of dying from heart disease even if you are not overweight so this information reported from the research shows does that sugar and refined carbohydrates lead to heart disease. Not your eggs cooked in butter with the site of vegetable oils sauteed it in coconut oil. So here's what else that. That research study found people who ate twenty five percent or more of their calories from sugar. Sugar were more than twice as likely to die from heart disease than those who only eight ten percent of their calories from sugar. So maybe you guys thinking well. How are people consuming all of that? Sugar Yeah I think a lot of people don't think they're really eating the sugar And I think we should talk about that but I think we have to take our first break. If you're just joining us this morning. You're listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness. Today we want to share with you. The scientific evidence that found eating saturated fats of any kind have have no effect on cardiovascular mortality. So if you're concerned about heart disease I recommend you keep listening to our show this morning because we've got some ideas for you. We'll be right back. Welcome back to dishing up nutrition. Here's another conclusion that was made from the review of data from randomized control. All trials diets that replaced saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat do not reduce cardiovascular events or mortality Taliban. We like to put that in real people language which basically translates to what we have been recommending to our listeners on our clients for years even decades is Ethan Bader avoid the margarine from soybean oil cook in coconut oil and avoid soybean in corn canola and cottonseed oils. Of course we love the research but we wanted to help you realize how to use that research to make healthy choices for our listeners. Another radio show that I I love and I will go back to and listen to and I feel it. Explains this very nicely as on October fourteenth. Two two thousand seventeen you can download our dishing up nutrition podcast or search it on our website. is a podcast by Sally Fallon Morale and it's called called why we need animal fats. It's fantastic nation. We had sally On dishing up nutrition a couple of other times but really talking about the importance of of eating those good fats for good health. Yes yeah the quality is important. Though because you had mentioned the four types of oils the four types of fats we would consider bad exactly the corn oil the cottonseed oil the canola oil and the soybean oil so listeners. If you're at home this morning morning going to the cupboard and see what are the types of oils that you're cooking with or pull out that salad dressing from the refrigerator and scan the label if you see soybean gene or corn oil or canola oil. That's not the best choice for your health even some quote unquote healthy protein. You Watch everything right right you really do have to be reading those labels. That's the best way to make sure that you're getting those fats now. One of the reasons. Why we're we're talking about fat this morning Lena's because we're talking about heart disease and we want to talk more specifically about that food connection between what we eat and how? Those vessels also related to our cardiovascular. Disease are working. We don't want the narrowing or the hardening of those arteries that contribute to more heart disease now before we went to break listeners. I gave you a statistic. I want to repeat because I think that it really drives home. This overall idea gray. So here's what the study from. I'm the Journal of the American College of Nutrition Excuse me the American. The Journal of the American Medical Association found People who ate twenty twenty five percent or more of their calories from sugar where more than twice as likely to die from heart disease than those who who ate only ten percent of their calories from sugar and then we asked the question. Well how are people consuming all of that sugar so these were researchers. I found that Soda Energy Drinks and even sport drinks are by far the biggest source of added. Sugar in the average. American's Diet. Now you may be saying to yourself or maybe you're talking back to the radio this morning saying well. I don't allow soda in my House or pop or Cola. Whatever you call it the south? It's so maybe you don't have soda in Your House but what many people drink on are afternoon breaks when they need a pick me up or what drink is served two runners after a marathon or even what are those college students and high school students drink the day after they stayed up to pull an all nighter
"nagel" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Wow that's powerful now apparently he knows that there is no other life anywhere in the universe so why is kids in the know and we should listen to one look as he can they are they are though yeah they are I you know I mean we we had I mean and July Barkal as an angle of saying them alone Nagel she even said that it went over a year and speeches that everything humanly possible has to be done to deal with climate change during the new year I mean okay she's right and you probably got that from the ten year old from Colombia horse liking Nikki or psychic Nikki who had more production get this as if all this weren't enough yet to show you the power of psychic me I mean I've already the house down I want to see with the I'm glad you're sitting because you'd fall over if it if it weren't for the fact that you're sitting right now you still might I don't know you might separate over backwards in your chair when you hear this is going to blow you away she I'm quoting now a lot of people will have their own businesses where no when will that star tac happened businesses government all the how's that possible I think they'll work out of home I don't think there's going to be a lot of stores in the next ten years now wow some people might say well she read the article were ninety four hundred businesses closed last year and she's just extrapolating related to continue because of the internet but no she's foreseen all of this she says get this people are shopping online what stores are going bankrupt I think everybody's going to do it from one master big computer where they can go and do whatever they want or I then she says a lot of people will retire the baby boom will retire earlier well let's see if you're in the baby boom generation there are a retired if you're on the mid to upper end of it you're already retired we were with I'm on the lower in the baby boom generally I don't know dynamic yeah so yeah but they're I mean they're what eighty some of them eighty five hello in the baby boom generation and she says and the next generation their home life will be more luxurious because they're gonna have everything they want right there get this imagine a world like psychic Nikki projects where there won't be a need to go to a movie they'll have it in their home what do you mean like something like on demand what about for US streaming out possible I can't even imagine with a walk I'm not gonna be able to stay at my home town what's what's more he's still you can't promise these things to me and get my hopes up like this man and squash and I hope she's right about this psychic Nikki what are you talking about get this if you want to order food you can get it in your home would you call that like door dash or over its I mean I've just taken stabs in the dark you know I've I've a company called grumble yeah I know that's a silly name it's a silly stupid name but they would just bring food to you whatever you know it's pretty how would they do that though well I see I don't with the island where we asked like because I don't know how this stuff works Hey what's your go online and then you to order what you wanted and you tell him where you were at and then someone will bring it to you there I guess I'll do they make it at their house and then bring it to your house and will it make it from the you I guess I don't know I don't know is it couldn't drive to his store pick it up there and take it to your outlets that allow you just be answers to do just have to call their she's got some numbers to Fauria above your numbers player I don't know what you do with these numbers maybe play the lottery with them but here's what I'm quoting these are quotes I like ten for you I like the number ten I love the number ten but I like the number for which is unlikely is double that of your hand I like the number four which is unlucky for some people but lucky what what what wait what it's unlucky for some people but lucky yeah okay then she goes further thirteen is usually bad luck in North America good luck in Europe I like thirteen yeah okay so so far we've got ten for thirteen and that's what she says I've got ten four and thirteen at but there will be in the lottery for you know well I guess there's more yeah does I love twenty one for you okay socialist twenty one and then I like twenty two about that okay I love nineteen all who on eight days so it's a stupid yeah I mean I know it's your number because that's all you can say bye she doesn't like it for you okay so then there's let's review here there is ten four thirteen twenty one twenty two in nineteen there and I'm further quoting and I like five okay that's my power play five five what was the point ten four thirteen twenty one twenty two and nineteen and she likes five free of all right excellent yeah if you think I'm not playing those numbers you are sadly mistaken I like the number forty six if anybody's interested and forty so you're not Mickey I know so don't even start with me but I do like forty eight for you and twelve I like twelve well I you know what I what I love the people a lot of people don't like eight to you but I've I've got a good look you like it right even though it's on lucky it's like what okay that's so weird so stupid I mean how many times do we have to be shown how un psychic the psychics are I'm sure there are some that are real no are there some of the real good see the future and I know that only the ones with the one nine hundred numbers from years ago members some of those were actually real yes you're okay right yeah all right if you experience pain on a daily basis I know exactly how you feel it can be debilitating it can control your life the aches are easy to understand when it really hurts to do the basic chores emotionally the effects of pain can be just as dramatic I have spoken to so many people in this audience that it started to take relief factor the change emotionally is as dramatic as the physical relief maybe even more as you might know Tonya and I started taking really factor several months ago after about ten days subtle changes started to become significant and I've been able to stop taking all prescription pain medications all pain medications entirely and stop the terrible side effects of those awful drugs.
Ron Burgundy podcast fails to hit the mark for iHeartRadio
"It's the Ron burgundy podcast. Guess what? I got up gas. And you don't Poltrak have published the stats for February two thousand nineteen February included that the much height- Ron burgundy podcast which released its trail on February the first and launched on February eighth yet. I heart radio is figures will actually flat at five point two million downloads a day. Iheart remains the global leader for downloads. Well, NPR remains the US number one based on unique audience and has ever we need to remind you that Padre only measures some US based publishes and their methodology is both proprietary and OPEC. What's the secret to successful podcast advertising, US radio network? Westwood One says that communication is best quote when it's transparent, real direct and tells a story apply that to a podcast, add the company says and the audience will appreciate it. Listen calls itself. The only podcast app built. With multitasking and beauty in minds. The first version features unique gesture based navigation for on the go listening, including a queuing system, and it's available for IOS. Meanwhile, the Iowa's app for Stitcher has also had an update the guardians podcasts are the subject of coverage in digital including an estimate of the total size of the UK podcasting Avmark it from veteran at by a Howard Baram, the figure twenty five million pounds. That's thirty three million US dollars. Guardians daily podcast has eight people working on it. According to the article, meanwhile in the guardian itself, they cover have podcast sold out a critical look at the launch of luminary and similar services. The excellent article interviews, many excellent people who all say excellent things, especially the second person to get a quote. That's me. Edison research is Tom Webster writes about these significant new podcasting stat hiding in plain sight, it's a figure that's flat and you'll find a link to that in our show notes and in our newsletter bay. Based on recent conversations says Nick choir in this week's hot pod luminary has attracted a level of bile. I've never encountered before meanwhile, Pandora's executive creative director Lauren Nagel says that every brand needs to consider sound in a speech at south by south west. The I have published a list of direct brands to watch mcgettigan have examined the list and concluded that four out of ten of them. Have tried podcasting. The podcast at research company says that personal care products are most likely to have added podcasting to their marketing mix companies like our new favorite electric toothbrush company. Quip who joined us today as our newest supporter. They offer perfect oral care delivered available internationally as well. And there are get quip dot com podcast communities are all over the place. And they choose a bunch of different tools speaker looks at eleven of them and how they make their communities a success. We should have covered this story last week. But for the record Maryland's highest court has denied a new trial for Adnan Siad, the subject of cereal in a full three opinion and his job for you podcast audience producer for the economist newspaper in London in the UK. There's plenty more including Twitter's first podcast series. Two of a podcast about religion. A new true crime podcast with a retired cold case investigator, and you thirty part podcast from the BBC thirty animals that made us smarter you'll
"nagel" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"And again, the early works were printed on our kaysville paper sort of beautiful prints and later on versions of them became lithographs. They were printed on cheaper paper. And then the nineties came and eighty started to look ridiculous and Nagel became the poster child literally. Self found the bell became the poster child for that style. And so he fell on the garbage heap of people rejecting the eighties. Also, a lot of those works in you, see this in nail salons a lot of the work the colors of ink. They're very sensitive to light. Yeah. They're always faded. When you see him in a yeah. As the as the colors fade out of them. All you see is the black and white, and and this sort of yellowish cast to what had formerly been beautiful, pastels and vibrant colors. So the work suffered by association with bad knockoffs. What about one the eighties came back? You know, we are. We are living in a moment of eighties resurgents, thanks to stranger things and Ghostbusters and everything's back. Just because it's the same reason at always people remembering when they were kids and hey there. Used to be Ghostbusters. So when the eighties I came back. It was about ten years ago. And there was a resurgence in interest in nail prints. But then that happened just in advance of the economic collapse of the of the late two thousand and usually what happens this kind of nostalgia interest in art. It's the same new money. You're talking about young people who have disposable income, and and have not quite matured in their taste in. Art are like, you know, when I want I want one of those Natal's that used to hang on my older sister's wall, and so the prices of Nichols went up, and then collapsed when there wasn't as much disposable income for art throughout the two thousand ten now there is a renewed interest in niggles work, but astonishingly it can still be had very affordably. And by that. I mean, even signed works from his life. Signed in his own hand and numbered. There is a secondary art market for this. But niggles are have not yet appreciated commensurate with their sort of cultural influence and impact. And so there is an art market for it. And you can buy niggle for yourself worth more than this one. I've been schlepping around for thirty plus years, are you doing this entry into the us in order to prop up the future value of your possession? Right. So I've invested in a lot of single signed niggles since I really started investigating this. And now I'm hoping that every future Ling is like the greatest artists of the twentieth century. What does your daughter think of having a nigger on her wall next to her Princess stuff in her Garfield books, and whatever so I have I decorated her room when she was very young. And I put a niggle in there. I put a picture of Muhammad Ali. I put a big bird and a Linus. It's just like the Dalai Lama shift to choose one of these. But I also found paintings in thrift stores of horses. I have a couple of triple crown winners in there. I have sailing ships and old maps, you know, she was just a little baby. And every few months, I go in her room with her. And I say what art work do you like, and what would you like to replace with something else and overtime little by little? She said, you know, I would like this sailing ship to go because that's for boys. But I want you know, I liked this horse here. I like the tell her women can be seafarers. All I do is tell her what women can do. They can be pirates. She has a very strong feeling about what she is. And she's not listening to me. But the Nagel has never come under her scrutinizing. I she she knew the confirms nor denies she lets just hang..
"nagel" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Your parents make you so some people like me put every one of those checks into a Bank and never ever touched it, and I would sit in and Pau over my Bank book. And every time I earned, you know, ten dollars mowing the lawn or whatever I would put that money in the Bank because I recognize that having money in the Bank was better than anything you could buy with money. But my sister was not this way my sister when people gave us a dollar when we were little kids. I would put mine in shoebox. She would spend hers on candy. And so in the in nineteen Eighty-four at which point we had no a few thousand dollars in the Bank. She was very much in love with Duran Duran. And she bought a Roland Juno. One. Oh, six which was very expensive synthesizer that Nick Rhodes played for herself because she was a Nick Rhodes fan and she wanted to be the Symph player in an all girl new romantic band tour under cover band in Alaska. And then the other thing she did was by Nagel print, and this was immediately after his death. And she bought the first of. Of the post mortem nickel prints, and it caused a thousand dollars, and it and it was sold to her as an investment because this Nagel print the first after his death was going to be an investment grade piece of art such a funny thing for a teenager to buy with their windfall. Yeah. Is fine..
"nagel" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Be made out of truffles. He was he was just in diners. He was a man from an older style. And did not he wasn't a he's still Dayton kid in L. L A even at the end of his that's right. A Dayton kid, and like in a kind of a sort of it's not ironic. It's just unfortunate. He was asked by the American Heart Association to perform in a kind of celebrity aerobics phone, and this was a popular thing at the time. It was well, you know, like the celebrity Olympics or whatever you would put a bunch of battle of the network star of the networks Dr with with. Coked up playboy artists. I wouldn't watch that. So he he along with Wilt Chamberlain participated in this like get out and run. And and do some aerobics to it was not it was not a one on one basketball game. No, Patrick Nagel probably would have gotten the worst of it. No. It was just some. He just did some Heart Association like come on. I'm Patrick Nagel like the famous artists that you've all heard of because you've seen my. Legitimate celebrity you've seen the cover of Rio. I mean, he famously told a story or I'm sorry. His art dealer told the story about the two of them after successful print release. They went to Bergdorf Goodman in New York City to buy I don't know what some fancy wallets, and when he when niggle paid with a credit card the woman account. It was like, it's you can I get an autograph, and he turned to his dealer and said like you did it. You know, you you accomplish what you set out to which is I'm now a household name. So it doesn't seem to us now necessarily like logical that I mean, we wouldn't also have thought of Bosque ought as someone that would show up at an aerobics phone or war Warhol, but I wouldn't leave in a robot on just because Bosc out was there. No. But you're right. You wouldn't assume he'd be there? But in nineteen Eighty-four sure, why not get Patrick Nagel to accompany Wilt Chamberlain, but.
"nagel" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Also now arise in his saleability. And in his his Kerr cultural current was kitsch or was he now the new Warhol where people like, no, no, no, this is just guy paints a flex. No. It was not at will. And fluxes niggled arrived as come to live at the time. He was seen as emblematic of a new a new art. And this is post war halt where the idea of what constitutes fine art has been up ended. It can be disposable looking and still right super expensive, you could just screen print it, and and Nagel in fact, tried to start working on canvas because he had now an interest in his work as potentially painting acrylics, he even dabbled in bronze he made a couple of bronze. Ios a woman standing in front of a kind of backdrop, and then also sort of bust of a woman and with the idea that maybe bronze sculpture was was a growing industry. But you think about the you think about Al Pacino in Scarface, you can picture a niggle bronze on his enormous desk. Sure. I mean, if an areola self-assured it it'll even more selfish shared in three dimensions. What is the less interested in you than LeBron's woman? Like, you could literally hit somebody with that. Yes. I deserve. A and then Hugh Hefner bought a ton of these well and so negative in his lifetime..
"nagel" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Ten dollars artists would get a cat per even then you would see beautifully screen printed posters. Stapled deformed polls. I mean, they were it was still a time when but in in an era in Seattle. Where you could get a room in a house for seventy five bucks a month. You know, it was a different economy artists can actually make a living then, but so Nagle harkened his work harkened back to Japanese Eam as you say, if you especially the eyes of the women, which are very western women, but the eyes are very rendered in a style that feels very Japanese. But as art deco is it becomes sort of the style of the early eighties and mid eighties Nagel is embraced as very much. The graphic artists of the time, and it all comes to a dramatic head. When his when a painting is used as the cover of Duran Duran's Rio. And this is a thing. I think all future links will immediately go ha they just are all started humming Rio because Rayo will survive forever forever. Be dancing on this end. And that picture of that Nagel woman on the cover of Rio set off. Because this was also very early MTV and within the the music videos that Durant produced for the album Rio the women in those music videos, are very Nagel women one on has kind of a broad smile. A little atypical for Nichols work. She has a big smile, but she does not seem in your league. Does she is not a douche smile? No. She is recall. He's having a great time. And it may be because she has her high heel placed on your neck. There's some level of I want a nail woman to punish me. Right. Is that is that a lot of the appeal of the art like, I'm a worm before you. I mean, that's very much of thing that you feel when you're on cocaine like please punish me right now in this bathroom, but us you see then that style just explode throughout MTV. If you think of the Robert Palmer videos, where the women in his band or is fake band are just. Nichols come to life. They're real women made up to look like NATO by pulling their hair back severely and really powder in their faces superlight, and they've been told just to kind of scowl and pow them look impassive and kind of they do this non dance dance where they're they're kind of playing their instruments, but not really, and it was I didn't know this at the time. But I guess it was ironic rubber Palmer is in on the joke. Well, Robert Palmer was a white soul artist who was really like in the seventies famous for his kind of he was a British soul singer. And he's very much in on the joke. I mean, and the the his band is dancing in the exact way that disaffected models or two women who are who are at a club because they're paid to be there. Standing behind a velvet rope and just sort of dancing like completely detached from the erotic thing. People people could think of then was wealthy. Beautiful women who don't wanna be here. Right. Who are like Bowie after party, and they're being paid. They got in behind the line. And this is where you're meant to. I wanna be he's really selling it as a front, man. He's addicted to love as they are not you might as well face it. And it's very funny. But I didn't I didn't really get the joke at the time. I was like what is this? Well, and it became I mean, you saw that mocked. I mean, we it tone Lok used the exact same bandit. The same women. No. But but like very like a direct rip off. And it was irony on top of irony by this point. Then Robert Palmer was in on the joke tone Lok was in on the double triple joke. Maybe didn't know that problem is on the dick. Maybe he's a little less in on the joke. Told Lok seemed like he was really in on pretty much every joke joke. Oh, where's my bell? Oh, because I threw my bell in the garbage because of exactly that kind of of bad pun you. That's when you need it. The most. But Nagel himself saw with this rise of popularity..
"nagel" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"This is like van Goghs discovery that you later see in the Cuba's, and in deco, and certainly Nagel these kind of white faced women against colored backgrounds at straight out of Japanese word block printing it does. Although he never really claimed Japanese Eum. As a as an direct influence interesting. But if you think about how Japan was opened by Admiral Perry in the mid nineteenth century, and that will also be an entry in the omnibus, Admiral Perry's opening of Japan, or changes culture, the Makoto, right? But also in Paris where art really was the language of the time that Japanese woodblock stuff really influenced like tallit trek and Pierre Bernard who also developed the poster as an art form, you know, the screen printed poster became a way of popularizing, art cure has a life without poster. I mean, how would you? You try to get someone to see a movie you'd have to describe it. Imagine. James BOND teams the gun, but he's looking between a woman's legs. It's so sexy. I think what you would do is have sheet music and someone would sit out on the street with a PIN. I'll be like and. Von. He's gone at the view. I mean as a as a rock musician throughout the nineties and two thousands of the screen printed poster of rock show became it was a sign that you had truly arrived when you're when you're band could have posters and sell posters, and it was also an important part of the merch economy, and they were also beautiful. So that how did that Konomi work? I mean, we're they're just so many kids who would give you amazing stuff for cheap. Yeah. Well, poster art was a thing in the nineties that it was an option that you could do if you were in the rock culture design cool poster good your favorite. Bam. Say, hey, you know, can I make a poster for your Bandon sell it at the show for five dollars?.
"nagel" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Episode number has SSN it does that qualify as a Hitler reference. We don't have to make it within the show. I just did. That's got to be the earliest one yet right at the start. Now since we're now out of the closet about what the entry numbers mean s just means song Solomon sexiest part of the. I mean, even sexier than the rest. It's the sexy leather cloud book. But there's a awful lot of titillating materials reason why bibles or black leather. Let's put it that way. Right and paper thin, you can see through the pages. Well, speaking of sex. This is a sexy topic. This is sexy topic weird outdated eighties idea of erotic. Well, now, wait a minute. I take I take issue with that. Speaking of the sexy eighties. You felt like the eighties version of sexuality was was what corny or gross banal. What was it? How did you? How do you perceive because the eighties had a very clear aesthetic that was sexualize. But I think even now we haven't really completely rehabilitated it or do we have a clear understanding of what that sexuality was. It's very it's sleek sleep, it's brittle. It's a little I'm thinking of Nagel here. But I mean, you could try MTV at any year from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety and see examples of this. Right. It seems cocaine fueled Miami vice Miami vice right and a lot of these looks. I have not aged while The the. pastels. And I mean, it's a punchline when you see somebody now with their suits sleeves pushed up to their elbows. Like like, Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas used to do big broad shoulder pads and all the clothes. Sure, the cat and the massive hairsprayed things that will take your out when the woman turns your head or if she does at the shoulder pads that will take.
"nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now, can they make anything of it? I down from the thirteen Larkin in the backfield alongside Clayton Thorson. They bring Nagel emotion fake to give to him Thorson throwing complete to the fifteen to the twenty out of bounce James Prater cut down across the twenty four yard line. I down to a good start gain of eleven pray. They're one of the Wildcats super back senior from Memphis, Tennessee market at the twenty five. So gain twelve first down. Force and looks over that Duke defense, they rushed three. Now they show. Let's snap to Thorson looking down the scene. The pass has caught inside the fifty and saw the forty five Flint Nagel Duke territory down to the forty three yard line looked like he had a wait for the ball to arrive letter. Johnson took him down at a first down at the forty three of Duke, David, absolutely, right. That ball was underthrown is should never been caught. But as Flynn Nagel who made a fabulous catch coming back to that football. I doubt with at Duke forty-three resources big flush throwing to the side dropped drop by Nagel, you rarely see drop a pass you could see him just for a moment shift. Its is the see where the defender was. So it'll be stuck it out. And he was not in the best opportune position either it was kinda squat down tried to come back to low bit. But again, you could see his turn his head. Just a centimeter looking downfield. A thirty two yard pass on one player drop on the next second out in ten the Gilby Jeremy Larkin shakes tackle the backfield stumbles forward to the forty. Mark tripped. Up by rump at brings up third down for the Wildcats penetration from that offensive left side of the offensive line. Someone knifed in right away, really quick. And had no chance he broke that tackle at barely got back to the line of scrimmage cats are sixty seven percent on third down six out of nine third down. Eight at the forty one of Duke with eleven fifty six to go in the third quarter twenty one seven blue devils. Give will be to Larkin shifting back to the right? Looking for a block and slammed down at the thirty six yard line. He got about five but short of the first it's going to be fourth-down porn buckle at Humphries, T-ball, the tackle. At a cats are going to go for it on fourth that as they did twice. Or once rather the first half and failed an incomplete. Pass. It's going to be fourth down. This is a bit shorter fourth grade. We have an officials who is down. The official is down. And I'm not sure if he got hurt what happened? Let's go to Adam Hoge on the sideline. I don't think he got hit. I believe he just sorta went down slowly on his back. I thought he tripped on another player. I thought that was he was kind of running backwards. And I think he tripped on maybe Clayton Thorson's, leg or foot or something. I'm not really sure he's up and being attended to. I'm trying to catch that maybe we'll see a replay. On anything. Graceful fall. I can tell you that. Plus it was a nine point eight eight thank our sideline report. Brought to you by wintrust official back. Northwestern Atlantic sad Chicago's back so forth down for the Wildcats..
Trump criticizes FCC for moving to block Sinclair-Tribune merger
"Time good. Morning I'm Felicia middlebrooks. Welcome. Back Felicien he'll good morning everybody I'm Pat Cassidy down. A gorgeous, forecast compliments. Evacuate today mostly sunny very warm are high Eighty-eight degrees closer to eighty at. The lakefront sixty eight at. O'Hare top local story on NewsRadio the Chicago school board today will consider a nearly eight billion dollar spending. Plan for the coming school year live with details. WB gums Bernie to foia out the proposed school system budget includes one hundred and eleven million dollars more from the state of Illinois and putting the public. Schools on a better financial, footing even. The watchdog civic federation, supports it the sun times says that's. The first time since twenty eleven. The group has given the CPS Budget a thumbs up during this. Election year the school system. Plans to spend nearly a billion dollars on physical school improvements but seven hundred fifty million of those dollars. Will be borrowed money reporting live burning to foia. NewsRadio on one point nine FM memorial service for missing crew member John Santarelli overshadow yesterday's award ceremonies for the Chicago to mackinac yacht race yacht club Commodore. Leaf Sigmund called for a, moment of. Silence after paying tribute, to Santa a rally our crew members. Of our family enduring this race We we Salvi lost one of the best many Thomas skippers, the goblin, and said, he considered Santa rally a close friend. Volunteered for so many things we would, refuse is volunteer effort on on on many occasions You've done too much HAMAs said the loss will. Be felt for a long time Bob Roberts NewsRadio and what I'll find point nine. FM divers have recovered the body but twenty four year old. Woman a day after she disappeared from Marquette park beach in Indiana Twenty-four-year-old, Thira hardy had gone swimming Monday evening with friends after lifeguards were. Off duty hardy was last seen as a wave crashed over her head Gary police say the national, weather, service had issued. A beach hazard statement Monday for strong waves at. Three, to four feet and rip. Currents the, Lake County marine unit found Hardee's body about a quarter mile from, where she was last seen swimming Hardy's friends survived onlookers had helped them out of the choppy water. Michelle Fiori NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM President Trump wants to see, a media marriage move forward but the Federal Communications Commission. Isn't an agreement that has the nation's chief, executive pretty angry and emotion he expressed a tweet Mr. Trump came to the defensive Sinclair broadcast group's propose Three point nine billion dollar media merger with Tribune media after the FCC raised some serious concerns that infer. The companies misled federal regulators WBZ news time six oh aid traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Packy. 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Eight minutes, from ninety fifth into the burn interchange Deva crash on the shoulder, on the Chinatown exit to look out for no outbound delays on the Dan Ryan I fifty seven. Is all clear both in and out the Bishop Ford's. Slow as you approach The, merge twenty one minutes from eighty ninety four. In no outbound. Delays lakeshore drive, both north, and southbound looking okay on the Tri state. Tollway the northbound lanes or slow from Saint Charleston Balmoral but, no southbound delays report onto ninety, four, the Jane Addams in the Reagan both looking okay so far this morning the atoms tapping the brakes as, you approach the Kennedy the Reagan a, bit slow as, you approach the Eisenhower but no major issues for, fifty five route fifty three both, looking all right I eighty both east and westbound in. Great shape and north. West eighty ninety four and I sixty five or looking pretty good but on the Indiana toll road westbound got some issues that US four twenty one that's because of a crash involving, a semi all, lanes remain blocked ninety four is going to be your best, alternate through north west India looks like if. You're westbound the Indiana. Toll road you being diverted off at state road thirty nine right now so I, ninety four much better option heading westbound through northwest Indiana in park ridge earlier crash evolving utility pole down had Oaten closed between western night it is now reopened traffic is getting through.
"nagel" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Will be able to use computers only the classrooms with, graders and other elementary school students have had access to a mix of Chromebooks MAC books and ipads. With a ratio of two devices for every student but after the rollout, of the initiative or six, and eighth graders and discussion, about curriculum and. Instruction district officials decided to expand the program Is writing on, one zero five point nine FM three Chicago. Police officers guided Amanda safety on Monday after he walked into, a traffic lane and tried, to lay down on the pavement before attempting to go on the Kennedy expressway in the union ridge neighborhood. On the northwest side to off duty officers and Lieutenant Anthony Baeau responded to a wellbeing checking the fifty five hundred blocks of north Nagel where they saw a fifty five. Year old man walking north in traffic before attempting to lay down the, Lieutenant spoke calmly to the. Man who took off, running toward a fence overlooking the expressway and, tried to climb up on it but the Lieutenant was able to grab him the man was taken to a hospital for a mental evaluation a mural in western Illinois that once caused controversy because of its depiction of. A freed black slave is at risk of being destroyed the Edwardsville mural in the old city hall, building originally featured a freed slave with Robes dangling from his wrists the building is now vacant and, officials have approved a developer's plan to, buy and, demolish the building, city officials are, considering what to do with a mural now relocating it would cost about one hundred thousand dollars they may display small sections of the mural around the city of Edwardsville or create some sort of reproduction.
Terrell Owens skips HOF ceremony, eyes CFL
"No and king or your wife did yeah we were sitting around trying to think of a name. For like about three weeks after I signed with NBC and every name somebody. Hated we've thought of two hundred names and one day and. King says hey isn't the Sunday night In called football night in America why don't you call your, column, football morning in America And I said. To myself Sam flood is going to like that name We're going to get some agreement on that one right. There I think king deserves a little cut of the KYW due, to I think she gets a little cut All right the topic. Right now in the NFL was what Oh look out We got a spill and I'll six-year. Bill the, topic I, mean I guess unfortunately is Terrel Owens or. Levy on Bill let me start. With, Sarah head Do we know what his gripe is I assume I mean look I I'm assuming that it's the I got into my third year and the way I look at that basically is. That two thirds of the three hundred and some odd people who were? In. The pro football hall of fame got in after? Their first year of eligibility does? That, make Harry Carson and Ron Yeary and Lynn Swann and, Fran tarkenton does that make them less hall of, fame deserving does that make their bus. Different no it's just the silliest controversy in hall of. Fame history, but it's, a controversy so we must address it but. Also this is what he wants I mean Yeah if he went there and, just said thank, you ungrateful and it's great to. Join these these fellow hall. Of famers You know there's there's no I was out in, Tahoe last week that golf tournament. Aaron Rodgers out there but was out, having a drink with a bunch of older guys like people of? Peter king's, generation and one of them said to me does he have any idea. How for the, rest of his life I mean, he's going to be able to make money off the hall of fame now if he this is, the hall of fame is he going. To be able to make money off the hall of fame and this was a this. Was a, very well respected person and so you know the? Hall? Of fame sort. Of shuffles, business hall of famers ways I mean are they, going to do that with Tarallo wins now I don't know it's I that's, not the. Biggest reason or the biggest anything but it just strikes? Me, that he's cutting off his nose despite, his face but, whatever should he have been a. First ballot hall of Famer I mean I've supported him all along I didn't think it was some, grave injustice because I do think there were some things against him Nobody. Wants to hear this but he was a third of a teammate that's all there is to it And he dropped the ball a lot particularly later in his career. I in my. Opinion though without any question he deserves to be in the pro football hall of fame I, supported him I'm glad he's in and I could? Care less whether he's in canton or not in Kim, do we view Randy moss differently than we do. And I think we do because Randy moss. To me I look at Randy moss is a singular, player I don't look at Tarallo Enzi singular player I think Randy. Moss was such an incredible, deep thread so incredibly great stretching the field and dominating games with his speed And his hands deep downfield. He had great hands I I mean I. Look at Randy moss is being fifteen percent better player, whatever the number save and tear allowance also he's grown up yeah Yeah he has Randy moss who's really has yeah yeah he's shirt. And now Tara loans wants to still make a comeback in the CFL I read I just read that this morning on my way up here in teaches own if he wants to do it I will say, this few years, ago when, I. Was running the QB we had CFL week and I went up to two games in the NFL and I met like three. Or four, coaches had long conversation John health, Nagel remember him yeah he was a either a coach or, GM of the stampede IRS state Penn State. Guy anyway as the. Former giants quarterback coach. But anyway they all all these coaches say all these guys come up from. The US and they say..
"nagel" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Agency believes three other fires damage similar projects in oakland in every ville were started by the same person a one hundred ten thousand dollar reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest the north bay wildfires last october took a heavy toll on elderly people kcbs keith men coney reports one east bay city is offering extra help during last year's october wildfires police and caregivers rushed to rescue five women and wheelchair walkers from a care home and coffey park sorry you gotta get in now right now the incident captured here in body camera video obtained by the bay area news group the women got away but not everyone was so lucky the fire claimed the lives of forty four people many elderly and with limited mobility arinda police chief mark nagel says he wants to learn from the experience of first responders during the disaster were looking at those lessons and taking challenges they had and trying to prevent those from happening here one of those challenges he says was a lack of information about where residents most in need of help might be he's now asking elderly residents and those with medical disabilities to register with the arinda police department to provide contact information and information about medical needs anything we need to know so we don't have to do it on the spot if the time comes when they have to evacuate the form to provide emergency information can be found at the arinda police department website he's been coney kcbs coming up on kcbs oakland and.
Why the Women's Final Four was the best ever
"The last three years notre dame wins the nc double a women's tournament title as the fighting irish down mississippi state sixty one the fifty eight last night a rica oaken beloit provided the late game heroics with this three for notre dame last night that westbound is how attack she slapped him after ball look at inbound gotta tariq as she goes down the land put up the shot a tunnel that's the call from bob nagel which should have woke you up if you weren't woke up already courtesy of the fighting irish radio network reggie jackson.
"nagel" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Native women when they see someone in power especially the president of the united states or cultural icon like nicky manashe misuse and abuse pocahontas his name without sharing her story it reminds native women survivors that are stories are hardly ever shared most of the time our stories are silenced and it's not a coincidence that polka hottest the story her real story is not shared and at the same time that viall liens that she experienced back in the sixteen continues today and unfortunately what began as a form of colonial conquest as now transformed into a contemporary cultural norms where violence against native women his practice in accepted in the united states and in fact our native women suffer the highest rates of domestic violence sexual assault and murder higher than any other population in the united states today nagel also commented on the continued violence faced by native american women in the context of another woman missing in the oilfields of north dakota in particular in north dakota where the rates of oil extraction have skyrocketed since two thousand and five in the balkan oil boom as a result of that over one hundred thousand men from outside of the state of heart the kota has moved to the state of north dakota to live in man camps that the oil companies have set up and unfortunately as senator heidi heitkamp has noted as the us it former us attorney for the state in north dakota has noted the resulting rates of violence drug of course and crime and burglary have skyrocketed but also in particular domestic violence and sexual assault including rate and sex trafficking numerous leaders both at the state and federal level have now notice that some of the towns in north dakota with in the balkan boom in within the fort verse hold reservation where olivia is from now have some the highest rates of sex trafficking in the united states that was lawyer and cherokee nation member mary catherine nagel interviewed on democracy now last week democracy now can be heard five days a week on wor t and anytime at all on democracy now dot org oh.
"nagel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"They played at doug that draw and barkley had nowhere to go nate hall really i bought him here's the snap pick delic iq they putter delicate and nagel let it headed hits in the end zone cat's will take it at the twenty with 402 to go third quarter they're down seventeen nothing japan state and they are wildcats with better feel position than they had last tomba they started at the poor let's see if they can pick up a firstdown hereafter forcing of three it out by penn state tori man a minute 25 off the clock so cats really got off the field very quickly without rain rainout gotten himself arrested moon now we got have the offense step on the accelerator or a justin jackson goes in motion at thorson looking over the middle got fled negga let us laugh fighting for the first doubted he got a middle of the field brought out by troy app feet wet along for the ride the last quarter so first downward western nagel the wide receiver from la bought his third catch today first out for the cats up to the thirty one yard lock this time thorson fates the gift drops it off the right flat dickerson can't hand god that the 34 yard line a little floating pass out the right flat at brings up second down in town the coverage there to cabinda yeah he had a guinard over the defense of it that was in his face but then the white backer this safety me like converge very quickly and again he's look down feels going to washed up onto his hands cats antitobacco five wide receiver three to the right side the wide shot of a field and a protect the right under down a ten for the thirty wad of northwestern and thorson quick throw deflected up in the air and enters now let's say was a tip nope hiccup wait we almost intercepted tyrell chaveas is the guy who deflected there password high of the air there were white jersey's a rabbit but noah could haul it lydia with this yep and a.
"nagel" Discussed on KKAT
"Industry leaders please the saw and it was relentless and you know you should know what your kids are doing people you should know what your kids are doing you should what are you kids doing both good and bad what are they receiving what are they saying and what are they putting out there kids are cruel man kids kids a brutal it always that with the kids to the on earth the dr thing no kits are kids kids sometimes are so brutal that they say that thing oblique the myself there and they can't be brutal and you look at somebody like this little girl you would think that she was the one you know the back in the day we look at somebody who get picked on and and and and you know there were nerdy looking as you would go you know the the whole nine i'm going back to the 80s here so they had that kind of feel that you will look at somebody who may get picked on but now man it's different it it is but i also want to look at parents and say you know you're responsible here for your children everything starts at home and they're all situation said no matter what you do you can't save your child whether it be drugs or it be suicide or it be any of those those things no matter what you do not try no matter how many therapy sessions you go to no matter how much rehab you get somebody sometimes people in life are destined to do something that in their life but a lot of times parents telling it starts at home mr nagel talks about that disloyal lawyer bruce nagel representing the family of mallory grossman we are all this and finally of course the country to realize style because this is a little kid now the phone can't kill what people send through the phone can kill i guess if you want to look at it that way you also have to look at the person that does something what's going on i could called names all day were you stronger you're an older you're an adult well as a kid on all of us have dealt at some point in time with police right unless you were the bully but most of us have come in contact with people who don't like now it is much different as.