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Coach George Raveling on This Unique Moment in Time, How to Practice Self-Leadership, Navigating Difficult Conversations, and Much More (#438)

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Coach George Raveling on This Unique Moment in Time, How to Practice Self-Leadership, Navigating Difficult Conversations, and Much More (#438)

"Optimal. Altitude I can run flat out. And start shaking. Question. Now it! Time. Organism living tissue metal skeleton. Hello Ladies and gentlemen. This is Tim Ferriss and welcome to another episode of the Tim Ferriss Show this powerful and unusual episode featuring coach George Raveling, who made his first appearance on the podcast in two thousand eighteen right now I'm looking at a tweet from a Listener Ryan, m who called it his favorite podcast of all time, that type of feedback came in again and again for personally he was one of the most impactful interviews I've ever done. And I came out of it walking on air effectively co traveling is really much more than a coach sports. He is a coach of life and has led many people through difficult decisions. Difficult periods difficult. Difficult transitions we covered a lot of ground in that first interview, including how coach Raveling came to own the original copy of Dr Martin Luther King Junior's I have a dream speech. How has practice team ended up beating the nineteen eighty-four US Olympic Dream Team basketball? How helped convince Michael Jordan to sign with Nike and much much more you can find it by going to teamed up log forward slash George Raveling Rav. E L I N G. I strongly encourage you to listen to that conversation. When you can about coaches, life, philosophies and lessons learned. I invited George back on the podcast to hear his thoughts on everything. That is happening right now. These are obviously very difficult and uncertain times for millions of people, and my heart goes out to each and every person navigating the depths of sadness, anger, fear and many other emotions right now as you'll hear in today's episode could traveling has great hope. He seen many changes in his lifetime, and we can all strive to be the positive change agents that he implores us to be before we get to today's conversation. Here's a very brief bio which barely scratches the surface coach George Raveling on twitter at George Raveling, an eighty two year, old living, Legend and Nike's former Director of international basketball coach Raveling was the first african-american head. Head basketball coach in the PAC eight now PAC twelve on August, twenty, eighth, nineteen, sixty, three at age, twenty six, while volunteering as security at the march on Washington raveling humbly became the guardian of what we now know. As Dr Martin Luther King Junior's I have a dream speech coach Raveling is held head coaching positions at Washington State University of Iowa and USC following a prolific basketball coaching career. He joined Nike at the request of Phil Knight where he played an integral role in signing a reluctant Michael Jordan. He's also been inducted into the night Smith. Memorial Basketball Hall of fame and the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of fame. Please enjoy this timely and timeless conversation with coach George Raveling. Coach I. Appreciate You taking time to record this. Follow up to our conversation. It is June seventh, twenty, twenty, following the death of George. Floyd a lot is happening. How or where would you like to start? I would like to start with a prayer. Please do do merciful God. We come before you on this day. To request you compassionately welcome. George Floyd. Into Your heavenly kingdom! Please restores breath. His heartbeat! He'll is wounds. Allow him to live the lives. He was denied on our. God. Showers, some of your richest gifts on the Floyd family. Give them the strength doing these challenging times. Their God. Answered George is dying requests for his mother. please. Fleas. Tonight, Then one more time. And finally dear Lord. We ask you. To Bring Comfort. And understanding. So the multitude of families. Who have suffered? The. Loss of their own loved ones. During these times of social change. We make this request in your name. Amen. Amen Thank you for that. Georgia I find myself. In a very different place than I normally would in these conversations I typically come in with a long list of questions have typically done a lot of homework on the personnel be speaking with, and we've already had one very very long conversation and covered lot, but this is really. A An afternoon where I would like do more listening than anything else and I just love to hear from you what you're. What you're observing or what you'd like to share about yourself as a way of entering into this conversation, one of the things that you might find intriguing Tim. Is that I have. Had what I call a stop strategy. And I've had this for years and years and years and I feel it so applicable to contemporary times and the things. We're dealing with now I. think each of us are given one life to live. And each was had fundamental responsibility. To protect that vice and protect ourselves from deaths, and when I have conversations with myself. I say to myself. I must never forget. This. Reality! I am black. Forever. And my number one goal. is to stay alive. You know I'm eighty eighty two year old black man. And I drive a a black Alexis as you week. and. Does I feel I have to have a stop strategy? What do I do? If I'm pulled over by police. I've got to turn off the motor. I'M GONNA. Turn on the PLO and I. Add some overt evidence. What took place? I'M GONNA roll the window down. I'M GONNA put my hands high up on the steering wheel so. It'll be obvious that I don't have anything in my hands. I'll be polite. I'll be overly polite. Now say yes, sir, no sir. Yes, ma'am, no ma'am! And there's a request made for my license I'll ask for permission to reach into my pocket and pull it out. I'll give them my dragush license and I'll also give them. An Old Faculty ID card that I had from when I was coaching at USA. And then I'll pray. And at that moment I always have one objective. And that is to stay alive. And Ten. Raleigh. It comes a time when you're. When you, you been a black person. Where we have to be. Funded with this reality in that reality is that? We're black forever. But you know what the burden of being black is something that I've wealth. And hopefully. It'll bring out the best in me. The very best in me, and and when all is said and done. The, only the only true. Validation I see. Is Myself Validation. I've grown to understand that I if it's just senseless for me to struggle for America's validation. If I do that Jim I'm always going to be chasing ghosts. And so that's why as an eighty two year old. Black male. I understand the importance and relevance of having what I call a stop strategy, and have you ever had to use that? Have you used it outside is? Do you have other stop strategies for outside of the automobile? How else what other strategies have you carried with yourself throughout life as a black male? Do any come to mind. As your relationship to be in stopped by a policeman I simple as as I've been pulled over I on Thomson, and and can be totally transparent if it was if I ran a light or I added speeding ticket. I clearly understand that, but I also recognize that there is a protocol that law Westwood has engage in, and so I'm not gonNA. Ever assume that that my life is not at at risk and so I I WANNA BE I WANNA be prepared when when I, if something like that. Happens. Sadly. I feel like. I'd reached a point in life. Where I have to live my life on defense I've gotta worry more about someone else's. deportment our behavior, then my own. and. I realized that as a said. Out Forever be black, so I have to expect that. There's going to be certain preconceived ideas about me as a black male. People's people saying they know me, Tim? But they don't. They don't really know me. and. I can honestly say you in my lifetime. that. Most people have never really tried to know me. They have a surface impression of May and may be one of our challenges is to try to better understand each other I. Don't put an indictment on people, but I feel guilty. That I think I. Need to know people. I need. I need to feel their paying ninety two to to understand that they're carrying somebody else's cross. And you've instant impressions, misconceptions I want to mention for people who perhaps didn't listen to part one because I imagine a lot of people will jump to this very timely as of recording conversation, we're having now, but you own probably more than a hundred thousand dollars worth of black collectibles, including figurines books postcards first addition of Uncle Tom's cabin, and some of these are very derogatory. Black person eating watermelon with a smile on his face on a postcard for instance and some of the notes themselves written on those postcards are very derogatory and I remember from our first conversation. You started to build this historic. That you could have a legacy for your children and their children. Why is that I? Say That one. This story. To. I need a constant reminder. Of of times gone by and how we shall. We arrived at where we are today. I, I I used to go to compose to postcard antique shows, and and now it go and search out the vendors who who sold postcards I. I have over a thousand dollars. And back to the point Tim when you have to put a stay on them. And the one common denominator album all. His derogatory itches on black folks. Eating order melon, big lips smiling like we're the subtle. References, are influences. By the they happy they're, NOT BEWILDERED Look Look, look we. We treat him. Good look, they smile. And then they remind me also. To tell a story of this long journey of inequity and injustice in so I, I collected the cards I mean if you if you were to to read some of the messages on their their abominable. But it show it remind me of the long road. We've travel and the long road that we still have to travel to become who we say. We are I say something to that. That's been a little bit surprising to me, Is And it's somewhat of a personal phenomena. But as addition moment. That we speak. I can I get a report to you that eighty five percent. Of My white friends associates. Five, not call me. And so I think begs some questions to do. I think you're obligated absolutely nuts. And my mad. I'm disappointed no! Do I think it would be helpful. Yes. So then the question is why I think it's another overt example in my opinion is because people don't know what to say. I get it. Most of us are not ready. And, we're not good. At having real conversations, we're not good. At having difficult conversations. because. Real conversations challenge us. Real conversations, and difficult. Conversations in my opinion. They make us stand in our own truth. And they teach us that we have to be to tellers. And we got. We got listened to learn. Not only that I think we, we have to learn check as. Intelligent questions. We. Are Two sided. We are the problem. And we OUGHTA solution. We, you and I have chatted recently, and you've mentioned the importance of honest conversations and one thing you've. You've mentioned to me that I'd love to hear you. Elaborate on as you said on his conversations with others and honest conversations with ourselves. What do you mean by that well? First of all Jim when someone says, Hey, a coach or Georgia. I wanted to meet with you. I WANNA. Can I have a I'd like to talk to you about some to. So immediately. I go. And start to have a conversation with myself and the first thing I say to myself. Is going to be a conversation, or is this GonNa? Be a debate? Because it is totally different. You know. Some people. That they frame it as a as. A conversation, but it really becomes a debate because it's a debate, it's about winning and losing. It's about right and wrong, and I surrender right from the beginning. I'll gladly say you're right. I'm not because I. You get into the conversation and the sole ten is the proved to you that they are right and you are raw. Hopefully they can get you to be who they they want you to be that they like. They want you to think I think. To have a real conversation. But first thing versions got to do. Is they've got the have have the willingness to stand in their own truth. and. They've got to be willing to to tell the truth. And I believe people have to listen to learn and to understand God knows that there is ever in time in our lives, and we need to listen to learn and understand it's. It's at this time right now. And another thing that I think to have a real conversation as That's govern. are talked to listen ratio and go back to put more clarity on the question that you asked. I think. Some of the most important conversations we can have each day or two conversations that we have with ourselves. There's basically two conversations way engage in conversations with others and the conversation with does selves and and I do believe that probably the most important conversations we'll have. It are the conversations we have with ourselves when we listen to our inner voice, and and we talk and many ways I believe right now to the most important words in the English language our way in us as a society. I would really like to see us have more conversations. About? Life and death and writing raw. I really think we do ourselves disturbance when we don't. Deal with the fundamentals in the fundamentals of life, and there's nothing more fundamental than allies. And what gives one woman being? The the Dash T to think that they have the right. It takes someone else's life. What is it? That would make one human being. Totally devalue. And, just respect the life of another human, being regardless of what. Color they are. It's just human arrogance that that one could be so disrespectful of the greatest gift of all the gift of life, and why don't we have conversations around the that fundamental aspect and why is it that we don't have meaningful discussions about? For Riding Long I didn't. As some ways, Tim I think each of us tend see them world to our own lenses. I don't know. Maybe maybe it'd be helpful if we would attempt to see the world through the Lens of others. I know one thing quiz shore. It would give us a balanced perspective of just going to say and I think it also making an attempt to do that. Can defuse some of the reactivity or emotion that can escalate things and caused greater problems and one thing you said to me in our last conversation. Was that an? I'm paraphrasing here, so please feel free to correct. It relates to what you just said you said. If you start white and black or white versus black, black versus white immediately, many people on both sides are going to be in the defensive, and it's going to become like you said earlier a debate, and would it not be more helpful to try to go to a higher level where you can find some? Shared experiences shared Important questions. To to to at least begin the conversation so that not everyone is. In debate form and and reactive so I just wanted to to echo that because it came to mind as you're speaking. A hard call reality is this. That many days we spend more time talking to screen than we do face to. Human being! And I've Kinda grown in the latter years of my life to understand. that. I'm a product of an educational system. That was based on. Telling me. What to do, and what the think? Instead of teaching me how to think. And so much of my time now. Is Meant. Fine to teach myself. How does thing? And There's so much time that I I have to make up. Because of the fact that. I didn't ever really understand the relevance or importance of being able to sing, because someone always told me what does. And in many ways you. As a black person growing up. And a variety of ways there's always someone telling you. We know what's best for you. I don't know what's best for me. Than how to help. Somebody else thinks they know what's best for me If you flashback to the Civil Rights Movement for people who may have. Jumped ahead and skipped. coversation you own the original copy of the what later became known as the I have a dream speech, Dr Martin Luther King Junior handed you this speech himself, as he came off of the Diet because you were, you ended up through an amazing story, which people listen to part one for you ended up working security as a volunteer and were handed this speech, so you've you've been in the thick of so many defining moments in. The history of this country, certainly as it relates to civil rights, what are some of the differences that you see or commonalities that you see when you look back at your experience in the civil rights movement and you look at what's happening right now. I. I think that. I. Keep going back every day and have these inner conversations with myself about. Life. And Death. and. That's one thing that hasn't changed his. For a lot of worse. It's still. Lives and desk. I? Remember watching a documentary on television and. It was about to the lunch counter demonstrations in Greensboro in years gone by. And the leader of the the demonstrators they were having a meeting in church. And at the. Of, the meeting. The leader said. Two demonstrators, he said. Before, you all leave. I need you to do something. I need you to. The HUG everybody. In this room. And tell them that you love him. He said. And I want every one of you. Can do it. No matter how long it takes! and. I want to tell them goodbye. He said. Because tomorrow night we'll be. Some y'all ain't going be here. and. It's goes back to that same thing. Our lives. And I. This day I'm so startled. At the courage those students had. I don't know. When I was eighteen or nineteen or twenty. And I was a student at will over. If I would have the courage. To put my life on the line. And No! Tomorrow night. I might not be bad. And Tim so much as We would like saying. It's about black and white it is. But, it's it's about life. It's about human life and. I I see. I don't know if I could have done it. I don't know if I. If I if I had to I'm sure I would martin, Luther King used to say if a man or woman hasn't found something in life. They're willing to die Ford. And maybe they're not fit to live, and there comes that seminal moment. Every one of our lives where we have to say to is so. I live. For? Do Are I. And so it it's tough. You know you something just popped into my mind. You're asking me about about the selections in that and. Something popped in my mind I just I think if we don't understand our past him in our president. Then, there'll be no future. And so there's symbolic. Evidence of the past. But, if I don't understand my pets and my president I have no future. When you think about building a future, and it's crafting a path towards a future that is better than today. One distinction that that you've drawn in our previous conversations is group leadership versus I think you put it a self leadership. Could you speak to what that means. If, you were to go into the vast room in my house right now him. In the middle of the the mirror in the mirror, not in in the main bathroom is is probably six well, maybe not sixty raving four four feet long, and that's a very rectangular. And in the middle of it I have signed up there. And I watch too. So I have to see every day every morning and every evening. In Times throughout the day in the signs simply says. Practice. And then the underneath it. It has to statements, south leadership. And Self. And I don't think that there's. Any more. Vulgar on court with time. In practice those. Would he say in rightfully so that we're lacking leadership? I've asked numerous in my friends over the last few months. Tim this question. Tell me who you think are the five grade is leaders on the globe right now and none of can be a corporate executive. And I have not had one single person who could get past three days. And, so I say that it's over evidence that. That are in the midst of leadership. Crisis de-emphasis. But I do know. That if one were to go to the Library Congress and look books on leadership, then we'd be over three thousand books written on leadership, but those both. All speak to group, leadership Three or four books on self leadership Robert Greenlees Focus, probably the most competent This is This is the forty eight laws of power by Robert Greene. Not Robbie greeting. This is a book of I certainly. And it's on self leadership. And so to me. If, you can't lead yourself. How in the world are you going to lead anybody else? And For many of us the only person wherever you're GONNA get the leaders ourself in so I can. Continue to say we have bad leadership. We lack leadership chat. But I have a responsibility to lead myself in these times of turmoil. and. Then the second part of that signs is to be self disciplined. And Show I think. If nothing else I have to serve as they. Over example I'm someone. Who? Recognize the need for leadership and recognize that I can control myself leadership and I can exercise myself. Discipline and so so much of my life as as never changed him. Most of my life. Has Been Governed by a simple form would. Survive. And Thrive. I mean if I could take him back. To, June, twenty seven. Nineteen thirty seven. And a little, a little black boy! Was Born in the basement of his segregated hospital. In Washington DC. and. The gave that baby the name George. And he was born in. The basement of the segregated. It'll. Call, Garfield and there was an in Florida adding it. Blacks were only could enter. The hospital from from the back and they had to go down to the basement. And so the first breath. As a human being that that breed. Was Air from the air. On segregation. And from that point on. I've had. Throughout. How do I? Survive when I was growing up in Washington DC. The city was seventy three percent black. Today, it's forty five percent black, the lowest it's. It's slipped under fifty percent for the first time in fifty years. When you hear of people used connotation chocolate city. Washington DC was a original. Chocolate city with seventy three percent of the population. And so, this black boy child Georgia Raveling lives over. A meat market and Auburn League market on the second floor. There was three apartments and none of Madda a bathroom. There was the bathroom at the end of the hallway. That had a commode. Sink. and. There's three. Families who lived in those apartments? We had to learn. To be so this glint. We had the practice of leadership. We had to figure out how three families could use one Komo one thing. And one bad. But we made it. We made it work. and. Then we we lived on the corner of Florida new in church yet no and You Walk. From from there to what is now the university? But at that time when I was young boy. Washington had a baseball team called the Washington. Senators and people were fond to say and I in war first in peace and last Sunday Merck and Lee. But they play their games in Griffin, stadium and I walk to Griffin Stadium from my where I live. And, so I used to walk up there. And I got a job selling scorecards. And the old days in baseball. He didn't have the technology and so forth, and so that the fans would have scorecard, and they would keep this data and the and the score on his scorecard, and so what you did. She stood outside the stadium us and US soul scorecards in pencils. And I also tried to deliver or did delivered newspapers to make. some little extra money. In those days tim? If. You were black. You didn't have the luxury jury something. When you're located, you dream every dream you're GONNA be coaches. So even for a black person in those days was the luxury. You got up every morning and you look out world and the toast stands, and you've tried to figure out. How can I survive? You had no dreams you had no owes. It was literally all about surviving from day to day. And here I am. At Age. Eighty two. and. I still. Grapple with the same thing. How. United Survive. And how? Can I drive? Here I am in the reality, is this. I'm an eighty two year old. Black male of former basketball coach. And so the challenge for me is. How can I remain relevant? Changing world. And what is it that I don't know? But I need to know. Stay relevant. is different times and different faces in different places, but. The. Fundamental has change. How do I survive? and. Thrive, and and you are A. Voracious reader I mean your your nickname. Which people might remember from the first conversation is the the human google you you have read. Thousands upon thousands of books, and just to just to clarify you mentioned the name Robert Greenleaf is that the books are just pulled it up here. Servant Leadership Subtitle A Journey Nature. And the House, a journey into the nature of legitimate power and greatness which. Has. Has Been a classic. It looks like for twenty five years at this point Are there any other books that have helped you in developing your own ability to self lead or to improve self? To any other. Resources or practices come to mind that you found particularly helpful. One of the books that I found helpful, and and when I say helpful is I. Read something in a book that causes me to change my behavior then I feel I really found something unique and special. I. Read a book many years ago by mark McCormick caught things. They don't teach at Harvard Business School. And? It's always been one of my my favorite The true believer by Eric Hoffer was another book. There's tons of books I could name I. Tell You this. Book on Reading Right now I would. As all of our listeners to divide this book. and it's called. Show me who you are. It should be mandatory reading for anyone who wants to understand why we are in the situation. We are today not from the pandemic. And all of the other areas of inequity in our social system. I don't want to come. Too much about the book written by two women. Physician. Extraordinary Book and and I thought I knew a lot about racial injustice I thought I understood a lot of things. About the least of God's choking. But when I read this book. It's very hard for me to read more three pages and I. Don't start to cheer up. But if you buy this book? Fight with the intent to learn and understand. Otherwise if you're just buying it for entertainment, don't buy it. It's a book that's going to cause you to have difficult conversations with yourself as a book. That's going to reveal what I call the other America. There's a actually was a book written that which was the the emphasis for the war on poverty was a book written called the other America by Michael, Harrington and So I borrowed that phrase the other America. There's ING America out there that we don't know. But we need to know about. I. Don't go to let young ladies. Who wrote the book I I I'm not trying to promote. or sell books. I'm just trying to tell you if you really really want to understand. And you want to learn. You gotTA. Read this book. and. You don't have to read it all at once. Cuts. It's GonNa, be hard to do because. The because you cry. You're. GonNa feel guilty. You'RE GONNA. You'RE GONNA. Say Wow, how one person shreen another person like this! The tell me who you are is spy WINONA. Chico and Preah Volta I'll certainly linked to that. In the show notes for this this conversation as well so people will be able to find that at tim dot blogs slash podcast and just search your name. The question I'd love to explore. Georgia's what you would say to people right now. Who are really angry? Because as you said you some of these first person accounts, certainly, many people have had personal experiences. That are just reflective of such gross injustice. Such mistreatment and you have a lot of people right now. Who are angry of of all different colors and creeds? Would you say to people who are feeling consume by anger at the moment I would want to. Ask questions and I WOULD WANNA listen. I would want to understand in greater depth. Why they're angry, because I don't want to assume the obvious, the obvious, never the obvious. The problem is that we think is never never thought once you attack the problem what you've got was. The real problem was never the real problem once you get going, discover the real problem so I. WanNa. Listen and I want to understand and not assume that I know why. This person is angry and. I think. In many ways. All of us date to be angry and we need to be befuddling that. because. I truly believe that. We live in the country. And we we live a lot. And what I mean by that is. Is You pick up our paper currency. It says United States of among. If you go back to the framer. The framers say we the people. But in many ways we're living a lie. Because we're not. Who We say we are. We're not united. And it's not about the people and. These lies Kim that. They're just going to hold, US hostage. But the truth. Will free us and to me. The system is built. To separate us. Not just by raise, the system is built. To marginalize us. We talk about red states and blue states and foreign Belton, rust, belt, and Democrats and Republicans, and Conservatives and tea parties, rich people and We're all. These boxes that someone wants to put us in an all these labels. America needs to world labels. Everything's gotta gotTa have a label on it. And so my fundamental question is this. Why Does there have to be vox. Boxes have, four wall. And at some point they solo with four walls limits my movement. So why? Do I have to operate from a box. The first thing intelligence tells me if I'm in a box, it impedes my ability to reach for my out or sissy human being. So if we allow people to keep us in boxes, how will one ever reached their outer limits? How will? Ever! Be Able to answer the question who am I? I don't get a chance to explore my out of limits. How do I know who I am? And why I'm honored. And what is it that I'm capable of being so in many ways? In this country. Where living a lie. We've gotta get back to a point where we are who we say, we are where either united or not united. It's either about we. The people are not about weed the people. Has in common language of America. became. Not an English but money. Art Language. Should not be the line with a money. And I just get. I! Say to myself that I. Do really believe this at eighty two years old. I'm finally got my. To do I want to give them when I wanted to do it and how I wanted to do it? I'm freed it. To try to. Discover my outer limits I'm to be. Cool. God meant for me. I honestly and truly believe. that. The last couple years in my life. I can honestly. Kind of CEO. What Martin Luther King. Said when he spoke at the steps of the. Lincoln Memorial. Free at last. Re as Thank God money I'm create lights. There's the first time. That in my existence on this planet that I could authentically believe. that. I'm afraid human being that I can pursue. My outer limits. What changed why? What was the catalyst or the realization realization was? That the system is bill to. Create average people. You go to school. You get an average education. You get an average You live in an average neighborhood. You live at average amount of time. and. And the world. Is populated. Way Average peak. and. I'm so glad that I live long enough. That I could feel. The necessity to be on calm. In some ways, maybe board. As one God the least of his children. But. I've been truly blessed beyond this planet. For eighteen years. and. I'll be able to die. Knowing? that. I didn't die. In the societal box. That was a free enough. Try to reach for my my outer limits, and to explore that phrase a bit exploring your outer limits. I it seems to imply to me both in awareness of the box that you've been put in or put yourself in a willingness to try to transcend that. What does that Look Lake? Does it look like broad reading? Does it look like uncommon action for you? Personally what has? Your outer limits looked like it's all. Built around. A fundamental question that I have to ask myself time and time again. What is it? That I don't know. But I need to know. What is it that I don't know? But need to know. When I was a student at zone over and and was on basketball. Scholarship are are closer to towards one time in. And they'd be left an indelible mark on my brain with this quote. First sign of intelligence is to admit that we don't know something. So I'm trying to find out. What it is that I don't know. But I need to know. Sorted I can have relevance on remaining time I'm here. On, the Globe and That's simple process. You've gotta take the fences down around you because as long as people can fences around you thinking. Keep you where they want and they want you to be average. And I don't WanNa. Be I. WANNA be uncommon. Is Part of. A leading question, but I'm curious. Is Part of. Keeping those fences down, not applying to many labels to yourself. I just think I'm thinking back to the list that you gave earlier liberal progressive this that a versus B. C. Versus de because I've never I don't think I've ever heard you use. Any of those labels applied to yourself. At least in our in our conversation that we've had. I don't know if that's just because of the nature of the conversations that we've had But. Are there other ways that you? Keep the, fences down. Yeah, because the first thing is to recognize, that is offense. people in Sam when when someone is quick to put a label on you and encourage you to live in this box. The first thing he's got a real start to do is start asking. You have a conversation with yourself and start asking. Questions. And so. To me. I'm aware of these fences and and I I. To allow US someone to build a fence around the. because. Intentionally or unintentionally I'm about to come to a standstill, because the more people that are in that box them the the less my mobility is. And I think. We also. What the thing that I've been telling myself about. What is it that I don't know? But I need to know how. I've come to recognize that. I need to. Develop, twenty first century skills. Strange, when you get to be eighty two and you start thinking about this, but once again when I asked that question. How can I stay relevant if I'm going to be relevant? I've got to be able to develop twenty first century skills and. Unanticipated you saying well coach! What our twenty first century skills are I think you have to develop the skills. That are transferable. and sustainable in the twenty first century there's there's so obviously leadership and communication, and just all communication, but written communication relationships. As long as we live, there's going to have to be leaner shifts. We're going to have to communicate. We're going to have to have relationships problem solving decision making information literacy critical big tests. Are we go on? The teamwork analytical thinking. What I try to do is take one of those. And for six months read as much as I can about what? Soda can better understand. How I can quit myself because I've. To take the vincents down, I gotTa have I. I gotTa Call Down or or our. And I. Looked down. I got to get rid of forever and so. One side, take those fences down I can't. Pop the Cork and they want. All of this is free of my ability of of movement. And so now I got an I've got a a quick myself with these twenty first century skills particularly. At eighty two years old. because. The last thing. I want to be as a relic. And and protect myself from becoming a relic. I, got I got to be able to compete. And ended twenty-first-century I gotta be able to compete with young people, not all. I need I need to compete with young people. I. Mean Understand Young People these young people. Are Huge. And I feel bad for our young people because. They're the ones that again inherited dismiss. And they're the ones that are going to have to. Fix It. And I I feel so bad for our our our grandchildren and children, and and generally these young people. were, leaving a mess on. And they and they're gonNA. They're gonNA. Have to excel these skills. because. They're the ones who are GONNA. Have to figure out. What to do this mess that we must on doors to. What one of the one of the things I enjoy about? Our interactions. Georgia's that you're you're a man of ideas and concepts, but you're also of action. You do a lot and it's. It's informed action. There are millions of people right now. I'm sure probably tens hundreds of millions who are unsure of what to do, and perhaps also afraid of doing the wrong thing and. I'd be curious to know. If you have any advice for people who are. Feeling a need to do something, but don't know what to do. Of course we see. We've seen a lot of statements that have been issued. If you have any thoughts on statements what form, they should take if any just love to hear your thoughts for those who feel like they should or need to do something, but are unsure of what to look two days one. What can one do just be simple? Just let it start with yourself. Start with you and and do your part. I want I'm going to. Come back to this public statement thing, but what what? I would like the as. And you this is is a partial energy. To what can we do? I would. Like the as each of those who are listening to. This Interview. Take a pledge. I would like you to write this down and take display if you WanNa know what you can do. Is this. And the pledges I encourage. I'm going to encourage each of our listeners to do this and the pledges I will fully commit. To being a positive change at. A positive difference maker. And in many lives as possible. Doesn't take money and it doesn't matter what race you are. Is just a simple pledge is got to start. Correcting the wrongs have to start with our behavior. And as say that again I got if you ever wanted to do something. For me, just take this pledge and live I will fully commit. To being a positive change agent. A positive difference maker, and then and as many lives as possible. He don't have to be rich you. It doesn't make any difference if your core doesn't make any difference if you're black or white. You can control. Nobody can take this away from this Nobody can take this commitment away from you to be a positive change agent to be a positive difference maker to be kind of people. It might not change the world. But if you say one might. That one life will have a rippling effect, and it'll save another license another life another life, and before you know, it will wake up one morning. And, we will have made significant change into into world. In this place. We call America. That's what I would not do as you say. What Can Persian Jew? That's my answer to that that the public statement thing honestly I'd kind of grown, were of corporate and organizational speed got enough. In my attended most of its insincere anyway and blacks and substance coming. These statements are really solution based. In a so called statements to me in many ways are very evidence of our. Inability to tell the truth What what do you? What do you mean by, is it? There's a there's a difference tim between his statement and the message see that's the thing everybody runs around. I can't believe how many corporate is executives organizational people feel like they have to make a statement I've had friends called and say hey. I gotTa make a statement. What should I say? And and the ones who ask you that I said the first thing is, don't make a statement. Give Up. Make a message. Message is color story that that data resignation with the listeners. Messages are a commitment. You know. all. When it's all said and done. Our words must be manifested with in our behave. Anything shorter that. And we live in a lot. And I just think. At some point. We can make all statements we want. But the reality is that we have to rise to a higher moral level. As corporations. Today. I don't know. Me Personally I I appreciate. Their their their paper occurs. But what I really think that society trimark Mark Corporations. is their intellectual. Currency I think history is. Replete with evidence that throwing money at the problem Israeli. GonNa, be. Dissolution one of the questions I have with with his money. Part is comma. Summit will be specifically used. To enrich the lives of our young people and their futures because we're leaving leaving them From a magic, the clean up. I think that. What I would like to to do is to tap into the intellectual. Currency. Of of Corporate Americans and and they they've got some of the most elite thinkers on the planet. incorporations and so. A group of corporations come together in a collaborative manner. and. Create. Programs. To help enrich the lives of our young people and help prepare our young people to successfully deal with this mess that we're lean. Can corporations create. Mentor program, so somebody's are raised their hand. Say We have one. Can they create intern programs. Can they utilize their intellectual currency to help young people develop these twenty first century skills Can they provide? Technology. And the technology tools. Such as laptops and computers for young people. Can we teach young people how to they? God knows if there's ever something that we could do. That would help young people is to teach him how to think stop teaching them. What thing teach him? How thing? We've got some of the greatest minds on the planet house in these corporations. and. I just think that they have. A moral obligation. To target the lease God's children. I think are young children out there. There are pregnant with possibilities for greatness. But we gotTA help discovery. Came in my in my lifetime in this is not an indictment on my parents. There was never a time in my life when my mom, my dad, my grandma and said to me shortage when you grow up. You're going to go to college. La Never finished school how they gonNa things that your son I mean their their child legitimate of going to college it was it they black. People couldn't dream like that in those days. But we, we H-. There's so many undiscovered. Young folks out there. They need somebody to say a simple phrase. I. Believe in you. You. Know, how many kids have never had, a human beings say to them. I believe in you. Corporate America can put together all these things. and. They don't just have to say. I believe in you, but they can put the programs together that allow that person to believe in themselves. I will. Never fully buy into throwing money at it. It's the answer. He just made me think George that if I. IF I try to canvass. Everyone I've interviewed on this podcast. Close to five hundred people now I would say the. One of the commonalities would have to be that at some point. Someone said I believe in you. Maybe it wasn't in childhood, but at some point some mentor some. father, figure, mother, figure or supporter said. I believe in you. Of raises a lot of a lot of questions and also brings to mind a lot of possible actions. for as you. and to it's not sufficient say. I believe that you. Don't don't let your your your and then you'd behavior. To to reflect what you just said I believe that there's definitely than mentioned of goodness in an intellect and all of us, but. I. Don To Villanova. I wasn't in charge. Nominate I found myself intellectually. How do they know who I was I didn't really understand how important it was to be. Go nowhere to be a student and learn I remember it so vividly. By Sophomore Year I? Because when I went to Donald, you had to wear shirt and tie that class and you and you had to sit by Alphabet, Saudi. Temporal Road and Graduated with a BS economics, but It wasn't until my sophomore year I started to find myself intellectually I. Hear You, you say. That guy's really smart man. He. He should get him to help you and. And there would be. A number people in my is that people would get. DINOVITE is being really smart, and so I would listen to them, and I would have served them and honestly. Tim and myself talk. There were a number of times when I said. So I think I'm as smart as him. And now is the beginning. of May trying to discover myself intellect showing. I didn't have a frame of reference. No one ever told me that I was smart. No one ever told me that I. only way I ended up in college was because the fastball on the scholarship? I didn't really understand it all. I if there if I had to do it all over, I honestly believe I could have been honest. I didn't understand it. I didn't know that I could get. Education could take me to place it and helped me. Learn how to be a better human being. He took a long time I. I, kind kinda been running from behind. Most of my life of Guy told me one time for man gets behind in a race. He must forever remain behind her run fasted in the man in front, and then I've been on the run for about the last forty years. It's an incredible life story. I mean I know how you have managed. To to Cram so much into your lifetime, which granted is eighty two years thus far, but it's still a blink blink of the eye in some respects it's. It's really just incredible and Info for those people who are. Listening who are say parents of kids in difficult circumstances. Maybe, they themselves don't have many resources aside from the I, believe in you and behavior to support that besides the the pledge. which you mentioned earlier about being a positive change agent and positive difference maker. would you have any advice for those for those parents for people who are trying to raise their kids and enable them in the greatest way possible so? They it's it's so difficult to be a talented today. Because at one time I used to think it was just black problem. But today I think it's a societal problem. We live in society of day. Where most? Of the young people. Are raised in a single parent House Fausto. My nine years at USC. I only coach two black players. Who came from a dual parent house saw. So? Diverse issue. Is. The, parent? And when we say is usually going to. The mother, because like judicial system, the court use the. Award child to the mother. And so does with mothers are true so-called American heroes. They were two and three jobs. Most parents will do things for their children. They would never do for themselves, and so it's essentially enormous challenge now. Can raise the child. And they that you just have to try as hard as you can should provide. the best for your children, and and teach them a sustainable value system of right and wrong. perseverance. I don't know I mean I. Don't know if I'm equipped to say because I trying to raise myself. What are your your hopes? For what could come of this turbulent time? These turbulent times I should say certainly that are really. Sort of exhibiting and showing US ruptures that have existed for a long time. What what are some of your hopes for what can come out of this? And what are some of your fears of what might come out of this if you have any? My Hope. Is that. We will be who we say we are. All of us that. We are the United States of America, then we. Can Start? To limit. And and not continue to live alive. That is my hope. as we, we proceed that. As I said earlier in the conversation. We're the problem and where to she and. We are the problem and we are the solution. WE'LL! George I wanna be respectful of your time. We've covered a lot I'm not in any rush. I can continue to go as long as you would like to go, but is. Is there anything else you would like to to say or Share at this point we. Touched a lot of the sensitive nerves and that when we conclude I would just like to include the the same way we started, but it maybe you. There's some things that that you. marriage some discussion. I'm open to it. I think we've covered a lot of ground I. Think we've both and by we I. Mean You you have offered. Some some direction, a lot of recommendation. You've offered resources like. Tell me who you are of. Course will link to all of these things. You mentioned Robert Greenleaf and leadership. As far as resources go many different. Takeaways that people can I think apply or at the very least think about? But as you mentioned if we put words into our heads or out into the world, what matters is the behavior that follows those and the practice like you have on your. On your. Bathroom Mirror of self, leadership and self discipline since you need to lead yourself. Before you can hope to lead. Any type of group and I I. Think we're at a good place where we could, we could end the way we started for now. Show. I would just like to the. Should conclude with. The way I started with the per and my prayer is their God. Please, help us united as a nation. Please I'll. BE Who We say we are. A United States of America Amen. Thank you so much for taking the time to to share your the breadth and richness of your life experience, also the insights that you've come to after eighty two years on this planet I really appreciate you taking the time George. I appreciate. The opportunity and more importantly I. I appreciate this Lynch. Thank you so much and you are such a positive. Change Agent and I think as as you said if you save one life that has ripple effects. I. Think your positive impact. On so many people. Has a a real. Incredible ripple effect so I would just say. Please keep doing what you're doing I I really appreciate you. Thank you and to everybody listening? We will have links to everything that we discussed in the show notes, and you can find that as always. Tim Log, Ford Slash podcast and simply search for Georgia's name, and in fact, what we'll do is create a short link, which will just be Tim d- Log forward slash George in that will take us all to the resources specifically for this episode and until next time. Thank you for tuning in behind. Be Safe and always strive to be the person you say you are. Thank you. This is tim again. Just a few more things before you take off number one this fiber at Friday. Do you want to get a short email from me? Would you enjoy getting a short email from me? 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All of that was canceled due to the novel Corona virus she moved back in with her parents in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. So instead I took calculus to definitely a bummer. covid nineteen is canceled many internships study abroad, opportunities and typical funds. Summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment. Many schools in Illinois have seen a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students tried to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade, the University of Illinois at our banners, Champagne and the University of Illinois at Chicago both saw summer enrollment numbers jumped twenty five and twenty, seven percent respectively from last summer Alina. Callous. Is An incoming freshman. At Loyola, university Chicago. She decided to get a head start in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially double major. I would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future I want to study abroad and things like that, and I just WanNa. Make Time Loyola and other local private universities say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to. For those lucky enough to keep their internships it's now from the comfort of their homes Indiana resident Joe Grazziano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships they'd secured in the fall canceled and he was worried his paid internship with the risk management company. A on would be too. He plays baseball, for Butler, university and dedicated previous summers to baseball heading into senior year his resume was pretty thin. So I, kind of really needed this I'm gonNA live. Got Cancelled by resume would have been Mike Baseball Club not very filling and depends heavily on its interns. Traditionally, they hire nearly two-thirds every year permanently. So they mailed laptops home for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Grazziano says he misses the in person interaction. It's difficult to make a good impression remotely. There's a wide you can get from even just small talk at the office and sometimes video calls Kinda hard to like to get across my personality is I want to I. Don't know it's like hard to like trae myself to you over video still feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen year old man Manny Gonzalez who is studying computer science and engineering at Harold Washington College in downtown Chicago he was involved with the group Genesis works in high school, which helps students in underinvested communities connect with employers for job. And internship opportunities, he was able to quit an overnight job at ups and start working at a data analytics company downtown, which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed income that's also helping him build toward his career I. Honestly feel like I'm lucky because you know not everyone gets this opportunity especially and my age having these big corporate companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing but even with his job, he's being extra productive this summer he's tacked on summer classes. So he can finish his associates degree early and transfer to a four year school to earn a Bachelor's Kate Mickey Wbz News. In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations. Peter Madeline W J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to the new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive she. Wally Patel is the director of Justice for student survivors at the national. Women's law center. These rules kind of in total religious turn Ted on nine on its head as a civil rights law says, they raised the threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for twenty years if a student isn't outright denied equal access. To a program or activity that might not be enough to that means some students would be forced to endure repeated an escalating loveless of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment that happened off campus. Now, they'd have to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications. For online harassment too especially as many schools move to more virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no, you're nine. She says if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered A. Northern Illinois University Title Nine Coordinator Sarah Gardner says they do have procedures to help students we have the opportunity to see. Okay. Even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we can address it as university but as faith ferber says, the problem is that places like you could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to. Protect students either we can't count our schools and we can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student our to really make a difference and holder schools account well at nyu students held protests last year on the basis of the universe was mishandling investigations and that the process was slow apathetic the university hired another coordinator. Garner. Says they're much. Better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves fit in the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long is so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the changes are needed and respond to public comments she. Wally Potala says, there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So there was significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sarah Gardner, and in I you were one of the many schools that sent in comments and harshly up. Our concerns made it into the Final Regulations Patel says, the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the. Survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the School Patel says that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another change that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title changes. Are In conflict with Illinois State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross examination in a live hearing and as Sarah Gardner at says, we have state law that says, you cannot cross examine one another. This is the element providing sexual act. However now, the federal regulations say you must cross examine each other in public comment. It stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be. Subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General Quamrul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect Garner says, they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth, there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation I'm Peter Mullen. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach Lou Hinson has died. He was eighty eight. He coached Illinois from nineteen seventy, five through nineteen. ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty three wins the most in program history back in twenty. Fifteen. Hinson. Spoke with member station W. I l. l., and he talked about being offered his first head coaching job at Hardin Simmons University in Texas in the early nineteen sixties and I said well, I have one thing that bothers me and and I'll probably Sept- his job, but you'd have to do one thing I've have to agree to Tame I've had black by coach black players all the time and I'm not gonNA. tote coach Total White Tame. Henson led Illinois to the NC Double A. Final four in nineteen, eighty nine and a big ten championship in nineteen eighty four he was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of fame in two, thousand fifteen that was the same year the floor at the state farm center was named. Lou Hinson. Court in his honor. The thirteen years after the University of Illinois at our banished champagne retired their native American themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere and there is some support to bring it back. The Mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the character. Lee Gains With Illinois newsroom has this report. On February twenty, first two, thousand, seven thousands of watched as a white man dressed in native American regalia danced hiked and jumped across the University of Illinois at her banish campaign basketball court while a marching band played, he wore a better s and blue orange and white face paint. As the performance came to a close the crowd cheered and some had tears streaming down their faces. Walks off the court for the last time at the University of Illinois. The event was benched the end of a tradition which dates back to nineteen twenty six, and it came after decades of calls for the university to retire the race space mascot. But some traditions don't die easy today thirteen years after chief Allina whack was officially retired by the U. OF I. The symbol indoors people dressed like the mascot still pop up at Games. There are facebook groups with thousands of members calling on the university to reinstate the Mascot and merchandise. With chief Allina weks image is still sold. I'm not certain that the university cam move beyond she lying wick anytime soon that's Matthew Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert he spent thirteen years as an American Indian studies professor at the U. of I, and now heads the Department of American Indian studies at the University of Arizona Sokaiya Stuart. Gilbert saw chief Allina wack perform at a football game in two thousand six a woman next to him asked what he did. Then she asked if he was an Indian and I said, I'm Hopi Indian from northeastern Arizona. And I always remember what she told me. She says, why don't you go down there and be the chief and you know then everything will be okay by that time that she had become an extremely divisive issue on campus, the university was fighting to retain the mascot while the NC Double A. was pressuring institutions to get rid of racist native American Imagery Debbie is a Pueblo Indian who taught at the university at that time she's an expert in native. American imagery and children's literature. Reese remembers protesting the chief outside football and basketball games. Lewd. Goethe. Silent protests at the Games where you do put yourself at risk of being spat upon of being yelled at of being cursed at those were always very uncomfortable things but we felt important. So we get them re says, the chief is a misrepresentation of native people. The honoring that people say they do with mascots like this is not honor earning it's integrating. It's demeaning. And it's an insult, the intensive of chief Lana work was always to. was to hold a culture in reverence encouraging people to learn about it. Dan Maloney was the last person to officially portray chief align whack on that University of Illinois Basketball Court back in February two, thousand, seven he was a graduate student then Maloney says, the reverence chief fans have for the character is one of the reasons it has endured long past its official retirement when that's removed especially when it's such a strong. Of Inspiration to many many people over many many years, it can be tough to tough to to move forward and many who oppose the chiefs say the university is to blame for its continued presence because nothing ever replaced it. It's basically for a lot of people still the mascot of the University of Illinois that's Vikram Sardana. He graduated from the U. OF I last year, and he served on a commission intended to heal the chief Allina wick divide. Surdana says the university should have created a new. Mascot years ago and I think that the lesson people should take from this is that not acting can make a problem worse than it needs to be that at some point, you have to rip the band aid off a spokesperson for the University of Illinois. At champaign that administrators are working on a plan to move the campus forward, which will include a process to establish new traditions but Matthew Sokaiya Stu a Gilbert is skeptical that a new mascot can end the years long controversy and he says that's Because of all the alumni and fans who still cling to chief, Allina? Wack I think this will continue to be a controversy. This will continue to be a burden on the university. Especially, the native students have to deal with this on a daily basis enrolled at the university psychiatrist UA Gilbert says time may prove to be the ultimate solution to the chief align awake problem as years go by there will be fewer people who remember when a white man in a feather headdress and face paint danced. Across the university's basketball courts and football fields at halftime, I'm Lee gains staying on the sports theme. The head of the High School Association says, much of the upcoming sports season remains fluid as it tries to protect against the spread of covid Nineteen Executive Director Craig. Anderson says the I Jesse has moved football boys, soccer, and girls volleyball from the fall to the spring. The says of COVID cases rise in the fall more sports could get shifted to the spring and winter sports could be put in jeopardy. We'll stay with US next on statewide. You might be itching to go somewhere after months of staying at home. We'll have some tips for staying safe if you decide to vacation during the pandemic. Back, on statewide I'm Shawn Crawford still to come as we near the seventy fifth anniversary of the atomic bombs being dropped on Japan will learn more about the work done in Illinois that changed the world forever. After spending months isolated in homes some are wondering if it's possible to take vacation safely during the pandemic. Shayla. Farzin spoke with an infectious disease specialist Dr Christel, Budo about ways to stay safe during the summer travel season. It's inevitable that. Psychologically people are tired and it's only natural to want to get away and go out. The first step is really homage risk. My willing to tolerate in that has to do with our own health conditions, but also the health conditions of the people around the. So even if we get sick in, we have mild you know coal symptoms in in muscle aches and we get better. Can we potentially take that back to somebody who may? Not so well. So based on what we know now about the virus, are there some forms of travel that are safer than others like is it safer to drive somewhere instead of flying I? Don't know that we can easily say one is less risky. It's young women really that determines that goes if you go into a road trip, for example, in have Bej of other people with you in a because then it defeats the purpose in I know for example, when we talk about flying a lot of. Companies actually, most of them have had requirement please for mask wearing they do health screening but the risk of flying with people that we don't know is higher than the risk of driving in a car with people that we do that leave with a lot of families are planning to take road trips this summer, what kinds of precautions should they take they really going into a place that has lower case to make sure that they know taking the infection with them. So one of the best ways to do that easy to two weeks prior to travelling making should that they themselves weren't in themselves as much as possible. So watching whether going. Staying in close quarters as much as possible to gain avoid the risk of them getting infected in intaking that infection where the going the shorter distance you have trouble debater. Especially, if you familiar with young children, you have to think about stops you have to think about Gino bathroom breaks in while you're going to be taking those and also stopping to eat right can you bring your own food potentially all? Limit yourself to drive the muzo outdoor spaces. But what I sees really for families traveling and how many stocks have to make along the way. Again, increasing the chances of them getting exposed to individuals who may be infected that they can keep trucco time. What about hotels you know I've heard some recommendations that you should be sanitizing things and stripping off the comforter when you arrive because it's less likely to be washed you know what about that? So I would definitely recommend wiping down commonly you surfaces like doorknobs always. Something that get touched counters species high touch surfaces differently should be cleaned. Other things that people may forget you clean active phones that come close to the face TV remotes. Also something that people don't think bud as far as the bedspread I don't know that I have personally seen evidence dad bathing or cotton fabric surfaces routine various but I do know for surfaces hard surfaces in highly officials that that's something that can be cleaned in why down to limit the exposure during. We've seen cases increasing again across the country is that something that people should be thinking about when they're deciding when or wear to travel definitely look at being flexible in your time line also being flexible in your potential final destination avoiding a busy places crowded places especially places that have the incidents of the Ridge going higher would be recommended on at this point the things that I've seen woke. For people not easy if you can do more secluded areas. So for example, going to small resort. So cabin in the woods or things like that way that none icily popular destinations that this initiative that don't cater to thousands of people. That's Dr Crystal Budo and she spoke with Shelagh Farzin, you might wonder why it could take a while to get your Cova nineteen test results governor Jay Pritzker says. The state has done a good job at increasing the number of tests being performed, but he says he's worried about the laboratory capacity to analyze those tests. The points out Illinois has only three state run labs which can handle about sixty eight thousand tests per day. Since about forty thousand tests are being performed on a daily basis, commercial labs both in and out of states are being utilized at. Labs across the nation there are only so many machines they're only so many technicians who can run those machines for so many hours during the day Pritzker says, commercial labs are being overwhelmed with test from states that have seen big spikes in corona virus cases. The end result could be longer wait times for results which the governor points out will make it harder to determine outbreaks and take quick action. Support for statewide comes from Aarp Illinois providing information to help you and your family as the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart or information at AARP dot org slash near you. Will next week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of atomic bombs being dropped on Japan. One of the most controversial decisions in US history research that resulted in the weapons of mass destruction took place at several locations but Chicago became one of the main science centers. I. Spoke with writer Terry McClellan mcandrew about the work done in the state and the reasons Chicago was a Manhattan Project Site. Well, there are several reasons wine. Wise. It was the home of Arthur Holly Compton who was a physicist who was already working on some of this. Chicago is also seen s centrally located in the country so that other Manhattan project scientists around the country could access it fairly readily also the University of Chicago. Approved of being a Manhattan project site and supported it this work going on people in aware of it in a very busy location in a major city it's dangerous. It does doesn't it? It was a secret project and secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the Manhattan project. There have been some oral histories taking of people who worked on the project and one was of William Jane Nicholson who helped create the pile as it was called. That was what became the nuclear reactor that developed the first self sustaining nuclear reaction at the University of Chicago, and he talks about this need for secrecy and how it was drilled into all of the staff there there were known. Agents the German government in and around the University of Chicago. and. We were told that. And, that We were not to reveal anything of what you do. Don't take up with strangers if you're having a sandwich someplace or a beer or whatever watch out that people who may engage you in conversation. would be. Damaging to the war effort. And that the they may actually be the enemy. So one huge question that comes up about this Manhattan project site at the University of. CHICAGO. In the in the middle of this metropolitan side is where danger was there a danger to the University Chicago Illinois? West region and the physicists I spoke to said in essence no, the nuclear reactor that the scientists were developing at the Chicago at Chicago. was very low powered. In comparison to what we see today at most, it could have powered a two hundred watt lightbulb. Therefore, it was not putting up the kind of radiation that one of our nuclear actors today could could do in there for the harm was not significant. Now, there was some danger to the people who were in the room where that nuclear reactor was working. One of the dangers although the scientists in charge had done innumerable calculations to make sure the danger was very small. Still, a worried that the nuclear reactor could get out of control. And they took protection against that and they had what they called the suicide squad two to three men who stood atop the nuclear reactor with the cadman solution so that in case it did run away and start to melt down they would pour this over the pile and hopefully it would stop. But as one scientists told me, the suicide squad would not live to tell about it. The first nuclear reaction took place there, and it was momentous especially when you think about it in terms of what would come later. But at the time from what I read in your story to those folks was sort of matter of fact, it was a big deal, but the reaction was a bit anti climactic. They basically broke out a bottle of Chianti and all signed the basket that the bottle of Chianti was in and that was pretty much it. The physicists I talked to you said that the lead scientists on the reactor and Rico Fair me was so sure he had done endless calculations. He carried his slide rule around with him for those who don't know what a slide rule is. That was your pre computer calculator in the days and he carried that around with him he did endless calculations to make sure he knew what was going. To happen with this nuclear reactor, and so it went exactly as planned and in essence while it was an enormous event, it changed our lives, it changed science and international relations forever, the scientists there just pretty much congratulated. Each other broke out a bottle were the scientists concerned about the the use of this technology going forward I mean from the time they were working on this had they had some idea in their mind that they could be unleashing something that they will never be able to put back in the bottle so to speak. The folks I talked to said that the Of course are smart people. These were literally some of the greatest brains of the twentieth century. Scientists at the top of their field. They knew the potential of the science that they were working on and. They. Did they know immediately that they were working on a bomb. It's kind of unclear. They certainly became aware of it as their work went on during the Manhattan project. and after. It became clear that there would be a bomb developed from their work. Some of them became very concerned about that, some of the Chicago scientists especially, and they developed the bulletin of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago to work on trying to control the use and thoughts and opinions about this new power they had unleashed after the Matlab in Chicago achieved its goals of creating plutonium and creating the first self sustaining nuclear reactor, both of which were essential for developing atomic bombs for the war purpose I'm some scientists continued the work on the possibilities of this new nuclear power, specifically some of the peaceful purposes of it and they continued that work at. The National Laboratory in Lamont, which still exists and still works today. We talked about the concerns that something could go wrong possibly may be dangerous to people around it at the same time. They're also concerns that the Germans especially would find out that this work was being done there in Chicago could become a target. During the war that that is something that was drilled into people as well. Yes. In fact. Some of the Chicago scientists working on the Manhattan project. were. Refugees from Fascist Europe. And I spoke to a physicist who wrote a book related to the Manhattan Project and he talks about. They had feared that the Nazis would bomb Chicago specifically because of the work in because of the refugees there. Here's physicist. Stanley word. They felt quite rightly that the Nazis basically wanted to kill. Them. Interesting little note in the Argon. Archive many years ago said ineffective course. The Germans must know where here when they haven't atomic bomb, the first one they'll drop began Chicago. That was the risk that they foresaw to Chicago area at the terminal. On. So. We knew that people high up in the military I'm guessing with known about all of this work and in the President Administration maybe would have known about what was happening here did everybody at the University of Chicago even the administration there know what was taking place the Manhattan project was extremely Secret Ultra Secret I've read in one place that even Truman did know about it which I have a hard time believing that Congress didn't know about it again, I haven't verified. In the big question even today is did the University of Chicago President Robert Hutchins know what was going on in his own backyard almost literally beneath his football stadium. And it sounds like there's a lot of disagreement about that. Now I have since read the Robert Maynard hutchins a memoir by Milton mayor and he says he absolutely knew about it but was very was under instructions that when he told his deans and trustees number one, he could not even mention the word uranium. And that when they asked him, if there was any danger to the university, your city, he said unlikely but he couldn't he couldn't rule it out now. Here's what a physicist at the University of Chicago current physicist whom I interviewed said about whether or not he thinks the president knew. It was only three blocks from his house two blocks. Historians can debate it but I'm sure he knew about it. He just couldn't officially know about it because you can't they said you can't. Ask, can I make a nuclear chain reaction on your campus in the middle of having? That physicist is Dr Henry Frisch and historian very interesting because he is literally Los. Alamos. Baby his parents worked on the Los Alamos project and that's where he was born today there is monument that's at that site that recognizes that work talk about that, and is it something that people on the campus p a lot of attention to remember that this took place there is this just something of the past people have mostly forgotten. That's a great question. Yes. There was a sculpture placed atop the site where the nuclear reactor. was. It's right next to this beautiful new library they have and the sculpture is very abstract. Looks like a nuclear mushroom cloud. Some people says, it looks like the human brain. I think that was intentional on the sculptors part and when I interviewed Dr Henry. Frisch again, a physicist currently at the University of Chicago and literally a Los Alamos baby himself, his parents worked at Los, Alamos he said that the University of Chicago has kind of split feelings about being the site of the first self sustaining nuclear reactor in the world. He says that they have celebrated the seventy fifth anniversary of that nuclear reactor going critical. But there are some people who feel very uncomfortable about it because, of course, how that power ended up being used and what has done today to your international relations and potential war. That's writer Terry McLaughlin mcandrew. You can read her story about the role Illinois played in the Manhattan project that's available at her website statewide show dot com. This. Statewide. What is it? going. To a restaurant to eat what turns out a lot of restaurant workers have concerns as well. We'll hear from some of them that story is on the way. Last week, we told you about the reverend CT Vivian who recently died mccomb its final respects to the civil rights leader who grew up in the western Illinois community. He was ninety five. Richer. Lugar has this report on the local memorial service more than one hundred people attended the outdoor service held on a hot and Muggy July afternoon Dr j. q adams was the featured speaker. He's a former professor at Western Illinois University and he conducted several lengthy. Interviews with Vivian Adams recounted. One of Vivians best known moments from the American Civil Rights Movement Vivian was in Selma Bama in nineteen, sixty five to push for voting rights. He was stopped on the steps of the Dallas. County courthouse by sheriff. Jim Clark who punched Vivian in the face in front of reporters and protesters we still see you struck in bloodied not to your knees and we still see you rise up not with contempt but with love. Because Sat says it takes radicalled love to overcome radical evil and says he visited with Vivian three years ago he says right up to the end the Reverend's passion for the civil rights struggle remained alive and well, the service took place at the site of CT, Vivians. Boyhood home. The loudest is now vacant though there are plans to build a center of Civic and social engagement as well as a small park at the location. Rich Agar reporting. The federal government has paid billions of dollars to keep the food chain running. That's included in part sending direct payments to farmers and ranchers. But as Dana Cronin reports for harvest public media, not all farmers are seeing those benefits. When you walk into Cindy Ashes Barn, one of the first things you notice. Besides the sheep is a huge burlap sack, practically bursting at the seams with mole look at that big bag, right there were sitting at about six pounds of wool from when they were sure last and that's been sitting there since they were Sheridan. March ashrams, Jubilee Farms in Clinton Illinois, where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for wool to be turned into yarn. Not, many people are buying premium yarn in this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened, but there's really no point in us. Dollars or process will that we can move right now. So which is part of what the CF AP was. Hoping to help with CFA P that stands for corona, virus food, assistance program, and is run by the US Department. Of Agriculture, it's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and ranchers but it hasn't been helpful to farmers like Cindy ash doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers It seems like the program was really designed for horny soybean. Or large livestock producers in we are we don't do any of that in addition to wall ash usually sells produce at the local farmers market, which was closed this year due to the krona virus. So she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application, which requires you to list each crop you grow and an estimated loss. If you're listening to every crop that you weren't able to sell it a farmer's market this year. You literally depends how big farmers and how much you're going, but you could have hundreds of crops here to list the USDA recently added to their of eligible crops. But some of the items ash cells still don't qualify including things like eggs, and for those that do qualify Usda pays wholesale commodity prices usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars. USDA would only compensate her about two hundred. Sonam Czar Draymond is the federal policy director for the National Young Farmers Coalition. She represents a lot of specialty crop growers, the details of how it's laid out, make it hard for them to see. An amount of funding coming out of the program that really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to put in to calculate all those things and have all the paperwork tobacco up in twenty eighteen specialty crops. For about a quarter of all US crop proceeds. But as of late July specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. As Farm Service Agency Administrator Richard Four dice says it's a matter of timing that is he says, the program is based on losses incurred between January and April that was not really a time when when we saw you know every state would have had would have had specialty crop production happening at that time. So I think that's I think that's one reason why we're seeing a little smaller percentage. Recently, lawmakers sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program by basing it on total losses rather than on individual crops. But four nights says that would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on a farm. Cindy ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the USDA I would say that not just this year but overall they need to. Pay, much, more attention to diverse farmers, produce farmers, people that are doing something other than traditional. Corn beans enlarge livestock. She says, it's more than likely. She'll take a loss this year a year she hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm Dana Cronin harvest public media. The statewide. Governor Jay Pritzker Restore Illinois plan highlighted contact tracing is a key part of the state's fight against the novel Corona Virus Peter Midland talked to a newly trained contact tracer about what goes into the job. Reynolds FA was one of the millions of Americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic he needed work but he's also at high risk I'm sixty one years old. Actually A. Renal transplant recipient. So I my A suppressed immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question. But then he stumbled onto an article about Illinois community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracer from home interesting because I'm a people person. So I'm going to be able to talk to people, but I'm also well, that'd be able to help people which I think a good. Governor Jay Pritzker. Since to agree with that last part, he's called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain corona virus jofre enrolled in a four week course at college into page and due to demand. The college even had open up extra sessions he's just finishing. So he's in the process of looking for employment, which he says will be the easy part since the job is in such high demand some local health departments like in Cook County are offering position starting at twenty dollars. An hour to face says he seemed jobs offering between thirty, five, thousand and fifty, thousand A. Year I'm not going to buy my second yacht working this job, but it'll put food on the table keeping the had some pretty heavy with it. The work of a contract tracer has been likened to a detective or a game of clue but Jay says he sees it much differently. Typically, you're going to call someone up they recently tested positive and or they've been in contact with someone tested positive and it could be you know Kinda scary. He sees himself as more a resource than a private eye. You then calculate their date of infection as the standard is two days prior to the. First symptoms appearing he says depending on the symptoms they'll know if they have to self isolate or seek medical attention and the contact tracers Jeff is not only to ask people about where they've been and who they've seen. They also needed direct them to any medical help or social services. They might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the. Virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating around the Internet if the person needs quarantine and around their own tracers can also help coordinate food for them or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk, a contact tracer may follow up with a person every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hasn't. To talk at all to develop some sort of a relationship with this individual because the other part of it is they need to give you truthful Information Illinois Public Health Director in Gaza Ezekiel acknowledges that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups. As he says, the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable talking. With health officials contact tracing has been pushed into many people's Mokaba lately but it isn't new public health workers have been doing it for decades to combat infections like to burke, Yellow Sus and sexually transmitted diseases, but it's just not normally done on this massive scale right now Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand. A viable employment opportunity or years, and then after you know I'm I'm. Of Hope for years now we've Kinda Lik the Kobe thing or there's always going to be need for contact racers just not quite me volumes that we need. and. got. A lot about constructors on most valuable tips. Concerns about how those? Threatening their, health. Call with member station wbz in Chicago has this report one restaurant worker says every time a customer walks through the door. She feels a flash of anger no matter who they are or what they're ordering every person who comes into the restaurant I see them as a potential threat she doesn't want to be identified. So WBZ had an actor rerecord what she said she says she used to love the job that now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings. I really think the people who go out to the restaurants now are the people who don't care about everyone's safety. Some service industry workers say they're facing an impossible. Choice they're being ordered to work inside were they fear for their health, but they could get fired if they say, no, because their bosses have asked them to come back, they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining, they couldn't survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers this economy need the money, but are we putting servers health at risk? Well, other states have attributed Cova nineteen searches to bars doctors like Benjamin, singer at Northwestern University. Say it's unclear how safe restaurants are. There's so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant, the setup of the restaurant. What's the airflow situation like? And so all these things create a very muddy picture as to the actual risks. A recent Japanese study found your twenty times more likely to catch the virus indoors than outdoors. A Chinese case studies showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning and one restaurant data isn't great for trucking weather restaurant workers are getting Cova nineteen more than anyone else for governor Jay Pritzker says if cases go up much more indoor dining. In bars could be the first to go Lori lightfoot just tightened the city's restrictions on ours they can no longer serve alcohol indoors without a food license. One Chef doesn't think that's enough and actors replacing his voice to I'm not a business owner I'm not gonNA pretend to know you know what that feels like but I am a human and I do know from being on the employee side of it it felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more of the priority. He says he was forced out of his job at a high class restaurant discomfort about working in a packs face many service workers who spoke to Wbz said, they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from Chicago restaurant workers found nine out of ten workers do not feel safe under the current rules and regulations. And the city only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles. Glenn False from agrees with workers so much so that he led us restaurant close. He ran false trumps fresh fish market in Lakeview for nearly seven years but refused to put employees at risk and said so on social media when he closed, you know I, I'm not that kind of person where my businesses. is paramount over everybody else's concern and I'm not GonNa go home at night put my head on the pillow I. two, hundred, fifty dollars, profit today but susie went down sick. He says under current conditions restaurants can't survive much longer anyway Michael Roper at Hopley tavern and Andersonville says he can make it through summer but worries about fall I usually look forward to fall I like fall color. I liked the coming holiday season but this year I am in dread of November that's when he has to start paying back his government p loan and it'll be too cold to seat people outdoors. Hopley is about twenty percent of pre pandemic sales with indoor dining. Taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says, broker says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month, he'd Mothball Hopley until the pandemic was over he says businesses like his will die in less government stops loan and mortgage payments. In some other nations this has worked, but we don't have you know we don't have an FDR in Washington right now we have donald trump our country is not gonna be. The same if we let all these places, go through the McCall wbz news. All the time we have for this week statewide be sure to join US next time we'll have more reports and conversations from in and around Illinois. If you missed any of this week's episode or past episodes, you can find them at statewide show, dot com, and our podcast is available through the NPR one. Third. State wind is brought to you by AARP YELLEN OI providing information to help you and your family when the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart information at. AARP, dot org slash your you. 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Didn't mention these couple of things as I. To mention all the scores and I'll run through some of the big things that obviously happened in week six of the NFL Kudos congratulations to the Tampa Bay rays in the La Dodgers as they will be meeting in the world series and then Lopez what an amazing fight taking. Loma just incredible stuff from that Guy Twenty three year old kid doing his thing youngest for belt champion, the history of boxing just just incredible. So Kudos to all those people for what they did. Let's get to the scores man titans beating the Texans forty, two to thirty, six final that one in overtime a crazy game I'll get to it. Again, the theme for me from week six is I'm GonNa tell you right now before I run through these scores coaching terrible decision making I'll get after all of it. After I get through the scores Titans forty, two, thirty, six in overtime cults thirty, one, twenty, seven over the bengals fell CNN's forty, two, twenty three over the Vikings Eighteen to twelve broncos over the Patriots giants twenty two nineteen over that Washington. Team Ravens Thirty Twenty eight over the Eagles steelers thirty, eight to seven dominating the browns. Bears Twenty three sixteen is they hold on over the Panthers Lions did not lie down thirty four to sixteen over the Jags jets go down twenty four to nothing to the dolphins tool gets in there has a few plays fits magic. Dolphins are in the thick of things book and nears all over the packers thirty eight to ten forty niners beating the ran's twenty, four to sixteen. So man, oh, man just a bunch of wild things that happened with these games all throughout the day just just madness the bengals were crushing the colts. They're they're up twenty one nothing and then before you know it the colts early. Dare down early, twenty points. In that second quarter, they come back make it a three point game at halftime wind up pulling off that victory You know. Joe Borough played a fantastic game. So not his fault just just maybe score do quickly and had just too much time on the clock to let Philip rivers and the colds get back into that game. And find a way to win it man I impressive the titans and the Texans. I gotTa talk about this a little bit because the theme for me from week six was a couple of things but the but the major wanted me coaches dude, how does some of these people have jobs the way that they go out and manage games late down the stretch? I don't get it I really really don't get it two point conversions. It's fool's gold man I'm telling you what you go for that stuff late ballgames, and this is the perfect example I'm gonna I am going to give this to you people again challenged me talk to me about this. Tell me your feelings about it one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine he'll be up on twitter we can discuss it there. It's door font sports on twitter I. Mention Texans go down late in the ball game, they score a touchdown, they're up seven points. Hear me up there up seven points. Kicked the extra point you go up eight points you force the titans to not only have to score a touchdown, but they also have to give in the end zone for a two point conversion. All right. So that's the situation Texans do their job they score a touchdown they're up seven kicked the extra point you're up eight you force the titans to have to score six and score to to get that two point conversion. Well Romeo Cornell. This is what the genius does. He says, I'm going to go for two points because I wanna be up nine points not eight. I won't be nine because I. Don't know if if if we if we have an eight point lead that may not be sufficient, which let me tell you something the analytics on this one. Are Not in favor. Of, going for this two point conversion. And here's how slim the margin is on this one, which is insane. They're they're both ninety, eight percent but one is ninety, eight, point one and one is ninety eight point to. The the kicking the extra point is the ninety eight point to the ninety eight point one is going for that two point conversion look man when you're talking about inches and that that's what we're talking about here at the end of the day this was a terrible decision this cost, the Texans this ball game in my humble opinion. It was one of those decisions that gets a coach fired. I'm sorry but this is a move that gets a dude fired. And there were several bonehead plays being made by coaches. Under Day in the NFL in week six that was unlike any that we've had so far where there were tons of. Underdogs coming up and really having good things happen for him. Wild Day, in week six of the NFL. Another situation where something like that came into play is the Ravens and the eagles. Okay. So the Ravens fell asleep at the end of the day, that's what happened here. The Ravens fell asleep there big in this football game there seventeen nothing they're cruising coasting. And then all their twenty, four nothing maybe to be honest with you but I know seventeen nothing. And then all the sudden. They Kinda let their foot off the pedal. The Eagles creeping their way back in the game? They get touchdown lay the ballgame. To bring them within two points. Okay. So now at this point with very little time left, you gotTA figure out a way to tie this game because you have Mamo on your back in, and she is carrying you at this point for the Philadelphia Eagles and this could be a seriously this could have been a season changing victory for the Philadelphia Eagles. But they call a play where Carson and back run into each other. That can happen at this moment in time I'm sorry can't happen. In The Washington game. Again man okay. So you have a chance to tie this game if you kick the extra point, and then if you make this decision like raw vera does and you decide to go for the win because your team is so good, right? No they're terrible man you kick this thing you put this thing in overtime and Utah You roll the dice and you take your ten chances with a young Daniel Jones and a giants team. That's absolutely pathetic I'm sorry but. They do so many damn bad decisions for by coaches in these. Games late down the stretch that that had a direct impact on the outcome of the game. And this is another example of that. So I've given you three examples of where coaches. were making absolutely terrible decisions laid the ball game and in each case. It costs their team in the eagles case, it costs them the opportunity to the game in Washington. It costs them the opportunity to tie the game and get into overtime. I, again. How in the world can you trust Kyle Alan and the rest of your guys on the Washington football team? It doesn't make much sense to me I'm sorry doesn't make much sense to me. So so one of the big teams, one of the big takeaways that I had from week six in the NFL. Coaches you gotta be Batterman. You gotta be better. You gotta put your teams in a better position to have things could happen for them not bad. People's careers are on the line. And you're not doing them any justice you're not helping guys out. Make good smart decisions. It comes from the sidelines I. All right. I hear that music I know I gotTa take a break I'm gonNA continue rapping and yapping about week six from the NFL because it was insane man it was absolutely frigging insane alright week six, Nfl want style right here I'm Eddie door from the world famous sports overnight America. 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Know You're happy though I'm anti dwarf it is the NFL rewind week six style on the world famous sports overnight America by the way you could always catch the door font sports radio. EXTRAVAGANZAS, we like to call it or the door font sports radio experience in Phoenix Arizona Eighty eight point seven, the pulse download the APP Pulse Radio Dot F. M.. Just. Get that APP pulse radio eighty point seven pulse radio on your APP on your phone and take me anywhere I. Guess Mondays and Fridays Nine to eleven. Am Arizona time always catch me on the world famous sports overnight America ten PM Pacific Standard Time as I. Take you into the wee hours of the night. Week six man Oh man did not disappoint what what a crazy week. Like dead freaking series. I saw some of the most bizarre things. On a football field. And most of them had to do terrible. Beyond terrible decision making. Coming from. Coaches. Just. Disappointing. Really disappointing. Bad. Performances too. Don't get me wrong. Aaron Rodgers, what the hell happened him. Dude was off dude off for sure. When he threw that pick six. and. Then came right back two or three passes later throws another Paek almost basically another pick sex to be honest with you they got down really close to the end zone and they didn't deserve to be in the position talking about the Tampa Bay buccaneers to actually be. Winning football game at that moment in time but. Somehow some hell of the way it happened, and then from that moment in time. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay packers offense pathetic. donuts after the first quarter man. Just couldn't get together. Just. Looked out of SYNC. Just, like a bad day. Issues was a bad day. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay buccaneers. In my opinion are starting to filled some chemistry. And we know at least I. DO I know at the end of the day At the end of the year. Tom Brady the Tampa Bay buccaneers. They're going to be in the mix man. If you don't think they're going to be in the mix. Fooling Yourself. You have what I call hatred and you man. And you are Hayden. The greatness that is Tom Brady. dudes that good. He really is when he gets guys Baghad win. Evans they're back. But when these guys are one hundred percent healthy. And they get that running game just going crazy if for net can give them anything Ronald Jones is is really good too. And the defense. This is a playmaking defense. Rob Gronkowski got in the mix rob. GRONKOWSKI GOTTA The action. I think you should start. You should start worrying about the Tampa Bay buccaneers. This could be a team on the move. Could be a team on the move. I firmly believe that. And I love when people count Tom Brady out. How stupid do you feel at the ended at the end of the day? How how stupid as someone? WHO counts, Tom, Brady, outfield. Never Count Tom Brady out and for that matter, don't count the packers out. This might be a good thing for the Green Bay packers because I think that Aaron Rodgers was starting to believe his own hype. And it's it's been I'm not GonNa lie it's been extremely good. What I've seen so far with the floor and. Aaron Rodgers, this season. But The Tampa, Bay buccaneers that that was a setback. That was legitimate setback. But maybe at the same time. humbling enough that you get back to the drawing board a little bit. And you work out some of those kinks and. You figure out why a guy that doesn't throw a lot of interceptions had a pick six and damn near another six packs a pick six he had one for sure. The one that they got to the goal line, which again, basically in essence to pick six. For the Tampa Bay buccaneer defense. Against a guy that just he doesn't throw interceptions and he sure as hell doesn't throw picks six just doesn't happen. So maybe not bad for the packers on that note what about the bears? They just keep winning ball games man did they win ballgames? It's not pretty. It's a very effective. Big Nick, foles he starring to build some chemistry with those receivers. And we forgot about Mac on the other side. Dude is making a lot of place. We're talking about air down all the time for for the rams who by the way they stumbled and took a setback. And we were talking about the forty niners to maybe being a team that was. A little bit hanging over from the Super Bowl. Loss. Maybe. They got their Mojo back a little bit. Brought the the rams back to Earth a little bit. On the rams coming into that game a lot of people myself included. We're day man seriously we're day in the NFL. How does Adam Gay still have a job I don't get it. I'm sorry. I think it's because nobody wants that freaking job with the new. York football giants know anybody that smart knows don't go to the jets don't do it just just you're gonNA ruin yourself that in Cleveland. Which one's worse I was starting to buying a Cleveland and they made me look stupid. Shame on me shame on frigging me. I can't stand Baker Mayfield. We, get their forum I'm saying Hey I think that this is a spot where Cleveland could come up with a big victory. Who the hell was I Katie Man. Who the hell was I kidding. Baker Mayfield Baker Mayfield man. seriously. Big Big Ben. and Big Ben is shown out so far. Like the numbers aren't extremely Gaudy by any means. But Dude, that's Big Ben feel like if you need to make a play, this guy can do that for you. There's a certain comfort level that you have with Big Ben. Running things for your quarterback? Mike Tomlin I for what a coaching job we did last year. steelers one of those teams still undefeated. Think we're we're a little bit surprised about it. Cleveland Oh man. They almost had me like going into them and the way that I thought they would do things make noise was less of Baker, obviously more of everybody else and mostly that that running game which by the way. Where the hell was their running game. That's usually very good. I don't a Chubb. Now, playing that that that definitely affects things for sure. That's got to affect. Thanks. Kareem Hunt though that, that's a guy that has shown in the past. He's pretty good. So, this was one of those days where. Baker can get things going couple interceptions struggled. You saw Odell Beckham have. Some issues on the sideline. Not Being happy with guys. This is one of those days where it was. A moment of time for them to make a statement against the Pittsburgh steelers and it didn't happen. Didn't happen. FLAT OUT DID NOT HAPPEN FOR THE CLEVELAND Browns So. Some some some guys kind of let. Some some players didn't come up with the goods on a day where it was important for them to do that. And again, this a perfect example where Baker could've come up big against Ben Cam like dude, you gotta played by Drew Lock. And you are supposed to be a guy that can make a difference. This is an MVP guy a couple years ago. All. Right. To hear the music I know what's going means take another pause for the cause. I'm GonNa do that obviously come back. Continue, talking about week six from the NFL. It's a crazy week insane week week six of the NFL NFL rewind with me here Eddie Fund the world famous sports over in America I'll be back everybody. Second down and. Five. Philadelphia we'll take over. This is sports overnight America. Warning. If you're drowning in debt, you can't afford do not let the credit card companies trick you into thinking. 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This dude is a beast. This dude is gonNA knock you over and this dude is going to carry the Tennessee Titans extremely far and Ryan Tannehill man say what you want about this guy I don't care if you love him. I. Don't Care If you hate them dudes a Gamer. Okay and AJ, Brown, that guy's a hell of a receiver They're better than people give them credit for that's what I'm saying okay. This is a good football team in on any given Sunday, they can beat you. Kansas City Chiefs Take Notice Baltimore Ravens take notice the Tennessee titans are legit they're real. I feel bad for Shawn Watson. I feel terrible for this guy, he's out there playing his ass off. All right dead serious. He's Twain His frigging tail off. Making plays left and right. Willful or have a huge day. During felt having a big day. Brandin cooks having a big day. Randall Cobb doing his thing. You hero those names because all those guys caught touchdowns from D. Wa. And yet, they don't win the ballgame because you're coach. Makes a bonehead play a bonehead decision? It kills me. It kills me that the theme. And the tone that was set in week six of the NFL. Is that coaches can make or break the day the week. The win or the loss. I gave you three examples. Of where really really hurt teams You gotta be better man. You just gotTa be better. And I'm talking about the coaching. It's got to be better. I sit here. I talk about quarterbacks lousy. They are speaking of which the jets. Dude Sam Donald can't get it done. Joe flacco can't get it on frigging the best quarterbacks in the world can get it done with the jets. I don't care who's taken snaps. Tom Brady would stink if he was on the jets. It gave you hear we talking about players not performing. Coaches, you gotta be better man you gotta be better. God that bothers me. I hate when people feel bad for guys get fired when guys that make bad decisions should get fired. So many examples of that from week six in the NFL. What what the Hell's going on with the Vikings. They stink. That's a bad football team. Gideon rid of gigs. It is killing them. Kirk cousins he's he looks awful. The offense looks awful. The Falcons are pathetic football team and they came in and they whipped your tail. You should be embarrassed Minnesota. You should be embarrassed about that effort. If that doesn't bother you, there's something wrong. I'm wondering. which coaches getting fired I. which coach getting fired I from all the bad decisions they made this week. Tired of feeling bad for for coaches that make bad decisions. Man. I'm. GonNa keep it moving and talk about some other things. because. You Hear My tone I'm disappointed. Because? I feel that by around the mid part of the season. We should be getting better results we should be seeing different things. So let me go through some of the good that I'm saying I do like Joe. Borough I do. I I'm worried that his safety could be. He could be in harm's way each and every time he gets out there but I do like what I see from him. This kid he can play the game, he can throw he he can make every pass. Stands in the pocket. He's tough. Can get the QB sneaking, get those tough yards if they need them to. Offensive Line is a little troublesome. So, I worry fear for him at times. But I do like him there. There's some. There's some positive there for for the bengals there really is. I'm waiting to see how Philip rivers. Winds up making or breaking the colts because I'm scratching my head I'm questioning whether or not. They pulled the trigger on Jacoby. A little bit too quickly. and. Maybe they should have stuck with that guy. And maybe that this swing that they're taken with Philip rivers. In, hopes that late in his career. He can find a magic for team that that a lot that a lot of people feel. Good. And Defensively They're supposed to be a good team and through the first few weeks of the season. They were pretty good. Last couple of weeks that they've shown some kinks in the armor. But again. What will fill rivers do? What what will be? The difference that he can make. For the Indianapolis Colts. And Will it have? A positive effect. On what happens for them in the playoffs if they make I, think they are a playoff football team. I really do. Speaking of that I I I'm GonNa Kinda run through the standings just fill people up. Up, to speed what's going on AFC East. It. It's a lot more interesting because. It's the buffalo bills. Division now to win or lose. Kind of a difference there. and. You take the jets out of the equation right away every teams getting two victories that plays the jets in that division. Dolphins aren't that bad. Like this team could make a run. This could be fun to watch actually. But Buffalo is definitely the class of the AFC east right now. Pittsburgh reasserting themselves. After how they were able to manhandle the Cleveland browns. And the Cleveland Browns at foreign to. Not, a bad football team ravens and steelers both five five wins. Ravens have the one loss Pittsburgh still undefeated. One of the only teams that are undefeated. THEM IN THE TITANS IF I'm not mistaken the only teams that are undefeated and the sea hawks who had a VI- week. So, only three undefeated teams left in the NFL. Titans steelers. And the seahawks were on a by But I do like the way that the steelers are reasserting themselves. Reestablishing sales maybe the the team to beat in the AFC north like that. The Titans. I've seen them in the colts the Texans definitely taken a step backwards and that's not a surprise. No. Lack of weapons for D Wa Terrible. Decision. Making from the coaching staff. ADDS up to you know what he? Kind of season. Starts with an asam ends with a Y. Just just terrible terrible decision making. Not, helping Romandie wadded all. Kansas City we know they're the class of the AFC West but what what are the raiders going to be? Kinda gotTA. Figure them. Out Still. Wondering. Where they're going to be in Three weeks. Next three or four weeks I think we'll tell us a lot about the raiders. I I think it was good for the chiefs to take an l. a week ago. It it Kinda helps them. To understand that you know what this is supposed to be. Difficult this is supposed to be a challenge you're you're not supposed to just run through everybody and have. Patrick Mahomes make a look at easy. At the end of the day? That's the truth. Really is. So I I think that the Kansas City chiefs are very good. They should be in a position to get back to the Super Bowl. Absolutely. But look out for Tennessee look for Pittsburgh look out for the Ravens potentially look for the bills potentially. And then we'll see what happens with some other teams. The. It shouldn't even be talked about. It really shouldn't be talked about. I don't think team is going to be five hundred and win that division. That's my going to be my bold prediction and earnings growth. That's a bold prediction because these teams lousy. These teams are awful. These teams are joke. I question whether these teams are trying to win or not. I think the bears of the surprise of the NFL right now I gotta say it man I'm impressed with what the bears have have brought to the table six weeks into the NFL season they look like a team that is absolutely destined to get to the play offs and potentially make some noise when nobody thought that the bears were going to be any good and thank God they got nick foles, right Tampa Bay buccaneers I'm telling you man don't don't worry about Tom Brady don't worry about this. Dude he he's. He's been a wind up doing things that helped the team be in the mix and be there at the end of things guaranteed. No doubt in my mind. New Orleans Saints I. Wonder About Them A Little Bit Carolina. They took a little bit of step back but I think that they're going to be a greedy gutty team in a tough test. We can week out I love the Seahawks and You know what? Sometimes the best thing About being a team is having a Bi Week and you you obviously can't go down anything. You'RE GONNA wind up vein able to. Keep your stock and Russell. Wilson may have even actually improved his MVP stock to be honest with you. The Rams, they took a step back. Forty niners. Themselves back in the mix a little bit. I know I gotta take a break I. DO I'll I'll do that. I'm going to wrap things up here. I'll come back obviously on the other side I'll do it. I always do give you my parting shot and break things down final time to week six of the NFL rewind Amanda door for everybody keep a close it's the wool famous sports America, I'll be back everybody. In. The wildcat I from the two, there's the snap that they. See No kitchen and the right? Detainee usually walking in a touchdown for the Pittsburgh steelers. 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Overnight America can run through the scores real quickly, and then give you my parting shot like Oh we do forty niners beat the Rams Twenty, four, sixteen buccaneers all of the packers thirty eight to ten dolphins twenty four to nothing over the jets lions thirty, four to six teen over the. jags twenty three to sixteen. That's the score for the bears over the panthers steelers thirty eight to seven all over Baker Mayfield the browns thirty to twenty eight the Ravens beat the Bank of the Eagles in the battle. The birds giants getting a one point victory twenty, two, nineteen over that team from Washington Broncos beat the Patriots. Eighteen. To twelve vikings. Go down to the Falcons Forty two, twenty, three colts thirty one. Twenty seven over the bengals and the titans a really, really fun one in overtime over the Texans. All right. Here's my take away from week. Six of the NFL people for you here on the NFL rewind sports overnight America look coaches you gotta be frigging better man. You can't put your players in that kind of a position late and ballgames you gotta be better. You absolutely gotta be better. We hold players accountable. For going out there and make him plays. Well, we sure as Hell fedor whole coach is accountable who's getting fired who's gone how the hell does. Adam. Gates. Have a job how some of the other people have a job it boggles the door man's mind for Scott I'm saying peace I'll check you later people next week right here on the NFL rewind, Aman? DORF. And this was the world famous sports overnight America. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network. Live at Hartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on facebook twitter and. Service joy newscast a cope of the nineteen, twenty twenty. 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Go down to the towns in a wild one crazy decision decision making they're not sure what happened I'll be honest. I'll break it down. It was absolute insanity colds pull off a shock while with the bengals that was fun. Falcons beating the Vikings Man. Oh, man that was. Pretty interesting as well because the vikings have been just abysmal all season long man just terrible same with the Falcons but they were able to pull it out patriots. What happened to their man broncos kind of spoil the party for them as camp gets back in the action giants finally getting a victory. For them. You feel bad for teams. They can't victories ravens can slide by the eagles. That's okay. But better be ready to play teams when things mean something in their more important to be honest with you but able to slide by those eagles steelers beating up on the Browns I'll get into that a lot that'll be a fun when to talk about because Fig van looked pretty sharp and the steelers look like they're not ready to give up that division. So quickly and people better start talking about the steelers that defense and Big Ben Panthers Man Oh. Man. The bears I don't think people really expected this out of them, but they're shocking us week in and week out. So a ton of things to dive into in week six and the NFL the battle, the bays, Green Bay and Tampa Bay tom gets the better of Mr. Aaron Rodgers the forty niners Kinda get themselves back and things too. I like what I saw from them. So a ton of things to dive into from week six in the. NFL. Right here on the NFL rewind with me and door on the world famous sports overnight America, I'll be back everybody. Addition interest. 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Welcome back everybody Andy Tour of coming at you with week six of the NFL rewind here on the world famous sports overnight America you can get at me, follow me on twitter at storefront funds sports call me up if like time if I can get you in one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine, I'd be remiss if I didn't mention these couple of things as I'm fought to mention all the scores and I'll run through some of the big things that obviously happened in week six of the NFL Kudos congratulations to Tampa Bay, rays, and the La Dodgers as they will be meeting in the world series and then Lopez what an amazing fight. Taking. Loma just just incredible stuff from that Guy Twenty three year old kid doing his thing youngest for Bell Champion, the history of boxing just just incredible. So Kudos to all those people for what they did. Let's get to the scores man titans beating the taxes forty two to thirty, six final that one in overtime. A crazy game I'll get to it. Again the theme for me from week six I'm GONNA. Tell you right now before I run through these scores coaching terrible decision making I'll get after all of it. After I get through the scores Titans forty, two, thirty, six in overtime colts thirty, one, twenty, seven over the Bengals Falcons forty, two, twenty, three over the Vikings. Eighteen to twelve goes over the Patriots giants twenty two nineteen over that Washington Team Ravens thirty, twenty, eight over the Eagles steelers thirty, eight to seven dominating. The browns bears twenty, three sixteen is they hold on over the panthers. Lions did not lie down thirty, four to sixteen over the JAGS jets go down twenty four to nothing to the Dolphins Tula gets in there has a few plays. Fits Magic. Dolphins are in the thick of things bucking. Here's all over the packers thirty eight to ten, forty, nine beating the rams twenty, four, sixteen. So. Oh man just a bunch of wild things that happened with these games all throughout the day just just madness. The bengals were were crushing the colts they're they're up twenty one nothing. Then before you know it the colts early. Dare down early twenty one points. In that second quarter they come back make it a three point game at halftime why to pull it off that victory A. Joe Borough played a fantastic game. So not his fault just just maybe scored do quickly and had just too much time on the clock to let Philip rivers and the Colts get back into that game and find a way to win it man I impressive the titans and the Texans I gotTa talk about this a little bit because the theme for me from week six was a couple of things but the major one to me coaches dude, how do some of these people have jobs the way that they go out and manage games late down the stretch? I don't get it I really really don't get it two point conversions. It's fool's gold man of telling you what you go for that stuff late and ballgames, and this is the perfect example I'm gonNA. I, GonNa give this to you people again challenged me talk me about this. Tell me your feelings about it one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five to nine. He'll be up on twitter we can just discuss it there. It's door font sports on twitter I here's the situation. Texans go down late in the ball game they scored a touchdown they're up seven points hear me up there up seven points. Kicked the extra point you go up eight points you forced the titans to not only have to score a touchdown, but they also have to get in the end zone for a two point conversion. All right. So that's the situation Texans do their job they score a touchdown, they're up seven kicked. The extra point you're up eight, you force the titans to have to score six and score to to get that two point conversion. Well Romeo Cornell. This is what the genius does. He says, I'm going to go for two points because I wanna be up nine points not eight. I want to be nine because I don't know if if we if we ever point lead that may not be sufficient enough, which let me tell you something via analytics on this one. Are Not in favor. Of. Going for this two point conversion. And here's how slim the margin is on this one, which is insane. They're both ninety, eight percent but one is ninety, eight, point one and one is ninety eight point to. The kicking the extra point is the ninety eight point to the ninety eight point one is going for two point conversion look man we're talking about inches and that that's what we're talking about here at the end of the day this was a terrible decision, this cost, the Texans, this ball game in my humble opinion. It was one of those decisions that gets a coach fired. I'm sorry but this is a move that gets a dude fired. And there were several bonehead plays being made by coaches. Under Day in the NFL in week six that was unlike any that we've had so far. We're there were tons of. Underdogs coming up and really having good things happen for him. Wild Day in week six of the NFL. Another situation where something like that came into play the Ravens and the eagles. Okay. So the Ravens fell asleep at the end of the day man that's what happened here. The Ravens fell asleep there are big in this football game there seventeen nothing they're cruising there coasting. And then all twenty four nothing maybe to be honest with you but I was seventeen nothing. And then all of a sudden. They Kinda let their foot off the pedal. The Eagles are creep in their way back in this game. They get a touchdown lay the ballgame. To bring them within two points. Okay. So now at this point, we're very little time left. You gotTA figure out a way to tie this game because you have Mama Mamo on your back and she is carrying at this point for the Philadelphia Eagles, and this could be a seriously this could have been a season changing victory for the Philadelphia. Eagles. But they call a play where Carson and the back run into each other. That can happen at this moment in time I'm sorry can't happen. In The Washington game. Again man okay. So you have a chance to tie this game. If you kick the extra point and then if you make this decision like Rava Ron, Rivera does and you decide to go for the win because your team is so good right? No terrible man you kick this thing you put this thing in overtime and you know what? You roll the dice and you take your chances with a young Daniel. Jones and a giants team that's absolutely pathetic I'm sorry but. There were so many damn bad decisions for by coaches in these. Games, late down the stretch that that had a direct impact on the outcome of the game. And this is another example of that. So I've given you three examples of where coaches. were making absolutely terrible decisions laid the ball game and in each case. It costs their team in the eagles case it costs them the opportunity to tie the game. In Washington's case, it cost him the opportunity to tie the game and get into overtime. I mean again, how in the world can you trust Kyle Alan and the rest of your guys on the Washington football team it doesn't make much sense to me. I'm sorry doesn't make much sense to me. So so one of the big teams, one of the big takeaways that I had from week six in the NFL coaches, you gotta be better man you gotta be better. You gotta put your teams in a better position to have things good happen for them. Not Bad. You People's careers are on the line. And you're not doing them any justice you're not helping guys out make smart decisions. It comes from the sidelines. I all right I hear that music I know I gotta take a break. 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And then came right back two or three passes later throws another pair almost basically another pick six to be honest with you. They got down really close to the end zone and dating deserve to be in the position talking about the Tampa Bay buccaneers to actually be. Winning football game at that moment in time but. Somehow somehow the way it happened and then from that moment in time. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay packers offense prophetic. donuts after the first quarter man. Just couldn't get it together. Just, the data sink. Just look like a bad day. Issues how was a bad day? Tom Brady and the Tampa. Bay buccaneers. In my opinion are starting to build some chemistry. And we know at least I, do I know at the end of the day? At the end of the year. Tom Brady the Tampa? Bay buccaneers. They're going to be in the mix man. If you don't think they're going to be in the mix. You Fooling, yourself? You have what I call hater eight new man. And you're hating. The greatness that is Tom Brady. dudes that good. He really is when he gets guys bag Godwin. Evans, what they're back but when these guys are one hundred percent healthy. And they get that running game just going like crazy if for net can give them anything Ronald Jones is is really good too. And the defense. This is a playmaking defense. Rob Gronkowski got in the mix Rob Gronkowski. Got On the action. I think you should start. You should start worrying about the Tampa Bay buccaneers. Team on the move. Could be a team on the move. I firmly believe that. And I love when people count Tom Brady out. How stupid you feel at the ended at the end of the day how how stupid to someone? Who counts Tom Brady out feel. Never Count Tom Brady out and for that matter don't count the packers. The this might be a good thing for the Green Bay packers because I think that Aaron Rodgers were starting to believe his own hype. And it's it's been I'm not GonNa lie it's been extremely good. What I've seen so far with. Moore and. Aaron. Rodgers this season. The Tampa Bay buccaneers that that was a setback. That was a legitimate setback. But maybe at same time. humbling enough that you get back to the drawing board a little bit. And you work out some of those kinks in. You figure out why a guy that doesn't throw a lot of interceptions had a pick six and damn near another six picks a pick six he had one for sure. But one that they got the goal line, which again, basically essence to pick six. For the Tampa Bay buccaneer defense. Against a guy that just he doesn't throw interceptions any sure as hell doesn't throw picks just doesn't happen. So maybe not bad for the packers on that note what about the bears? They just keep winning ball games man did they win ballgames? It's not pretty. It's it's a very effective. Big Nick foles he starting to build some chemistry with those receivers. And then we forgot about Mac, on the other side. Dude is making a lot of places we're talking about Donald, all the time for for the rams who by the way they stumbled and took a setback. And we were talking about the forty niners to maybe being a team that was. A little bit hanging over from the super bowl loss. Maybe. They got their mo-jo back a little bit. brought. The end of the rams back to Earth a little bit was a little bit high on the rams coming into that game a lot of people myself included. We're day man seriously we're day in the NFL. How Does Adam Gates a job? I. Don't get it. I'm sorry. I think it's because nobody wants that freaking job with the New York football jets know anybody that's smart knows don't go to the jets don't do it just you're gonNA, ruin yourself that in. CLEVELAND. Which one's worse I was starting to buying in Cleveland and they made me look stupid. Shame on me shame on frigging me. I can't stand Baker. Mayfield. Yet their forum. I'm saying Hey I think that this is a spot where Cleveland could come up with a big victory. Who the hell was, I Katie Man. Who in the hell was I? Kidding? Baker Mayfield's Baker Mayfield man. seriously. Big Ben is Big Ben? And big vanished shown out so far. Like, the numbers are extremely Gaudy by any means. But. Do that's Big Ben and you feel like if you need to make a play, this guy can do that for you. There's a certain comfort level that you have with Big Ben. Running things for you at quarterback. I mean Mike. Tomlin. Ice For what a coaching job we did last year. steelers one of those teams still undefeated. I think we're we're a little bit surprised about it. CLEVELAND. Oh, man. They almost had me like buying into them and the way that I thought. They would do things make noise was less of, Baker obviously and more of everybody else and mostly that that running game, which by the way where the hell was their running game. That's usually very good. I Nick Job now playing that that that definitely affects things for sure. That's got to affect. Thanks. Kareem Hunt though that, that's a guy that has shown in the past. He's pretty good. So. This is one of those days where. Baker couldn't get things going couple interceptions struggled. You saw Odell Beckham have. Some issues on the sideline. Not Being happy with guys. This was one of those days where it was. A moment of time for them to make a statement against Pittsburgh? And it didn't happen. Didn't happen. FLAT OUT DID NOT HAPPEN FOR THE CLEVELAND Browns. So so Some, some guys kind of let. Some some players didn't come up with the goods on a day where it was important for them to do that. And again, this a perfect example where Baker could come up big against Big Ben Cam like dude, you gotta play by Drew Lock. And you are supposed to be a guy that can make a difference. This is an MVP guy, a couple of years ago. 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How crazy? That's right. Go crazy with me here on the NFL we wind sports overnight. America had north coming at you and what a huge day for Derrick Henry Man twenty two carries two hundred yards, two touchdowns the play in overtime to seal the victory for his team Just a tremendous effort from this guy, and we learned last year in the postseason that this dude is for real. This dude is for Rochas this dude is a beast. This dude is going to knock you over and this dude is going to carry the Tennessee Titans extremely far and Ryan Tannehill man say what you want about this guy I don't care if you love them. I don't care if you hate them dudes a Gamer. Okay and AJ Brown that guy's a hell of a receiver They're better than people give them credit for. That's what I'm saying okay. This is a good football team and on any given Sunday, they can beat you. Kansas City Chiefs Take Notice Baltimore Ravens, take notice the Tennessee titans are legit. They're real. I feel bad for Shawn Watson. I feel terrible for this guy, he's out airplane is ass off. All right dead serious. Each. Twain his frigging tail off. Making plays left and right. Willful or having a huge day. They're in. Having a big day. Rain Cooks having a big day. Randall Cobb doing his thing. You hear all those names because all those guys caught touchdowns from D.. Y.. And yet they. They don't win the ballgame because you're coach. Makes a bonehead play in a bonehead decision? It kills me. It kills me that the theme. And the tone that was set in week six of the NFL. Is that coaches can make or break the day the week. The. Win or the loss. I gave you three examples. Of where it really really hurt teams. You gotta be better. You just gotTa be better. And I'm talking about the coaching. It's got to be better. I sit here I talk about quarterbacks in how lousy they are speaking which the jets. Dude Sam Darnold can't get it done. Joe flacco can't get it done frigging the best quarterbacks in the world can get down with the jets. CARE WHO's taking snaps Tom Brady would stink if he was on the jets. It can you hear me talking about players not performing? Coaches you gotta be better man you gotta be. Better. God that bothers me. I. Hate when people feel bad for guys, they get fired when guys that make bad decisions should get fired. So, many examples of that from week six in the NFL. What what the Hell's going on with the Vikings. They. Stink. That's a bad football team. Getting. Rid of. Gigs. It is killing them. Kirk cousins he's he looks awful. The offense looks awful. The Falcons are a pathetic football team and they came in and they whipped your tail. You should be embarrassed. MINNESOTA. You should be embarrassed about that effort. If. That doesn't bother you that there's something wrong. I'm wondering which coaches getting fired I. which coaches getting fired I from all the bad decisions that they made this week. Tired of feeling bad for for coaches that make bad decisions. Man. I'M GONNA keep it moving and and talk about some other things. because. You're like, my tone, I'm disappointed. Because I feel bad by around the mid part of the season. We should be getting better results. We should be seeing different things. So. Let me kind of go through some of the good that I'm saying I do like Joe Borough I do. I am worried that his safety could be at Har he could be in harm's way each and every time he gets out there but I do like what I see from him. This kid he can play the game he can throw he he can make every pass. Stands in the pocket. He's tough. Can get the QB sneak and get those tough yards if they need them to. Offensive Line is a little troublesome. So I, worry fear for him at times. For, but I do like him there. There's some. There's some positive there for for the bengals there really is. I'm waiting to see how Philip rivers. Winds up making or breaking the colts because I'm scratching my head and I'm questioning whether or not. They pulled the trigger on Jacoby chat a little bit too quickly. And maybe they should have stuck with that guy. And maybe that this swing that they're taking with Philip rivers. In hopes that late his career? He can find some magic team that that a lot that a lot of people feel it is good. Defensively. They're supposed to be a really good team. Through the first few weeks of the season. They were pretty good. Last couple of weeks they've shown some kinks in the armor. But again. What Will Philip Rivers do? What what will be? The difference that he can make. For the Indianapolis Colts. and. Will it have a positive effect? On. What happens for them in the playoffs if they make I, think they are a playoff football team. I really do. Speaking of that I'm going to kind of run through the standings just fill people up. Up to speed on what's going on? AFC. East. It. It's a lot more interesting because it's the buffalo bills. Division now to win or lose. Kind of a difference there. And you take the jets out of the equation, my way every teams getting two victories that plays the jets in that division. Dolphins aren't that bad. Like did this team could make a run? This could be fun to watch actually. But Buffalo is definitely the class of the AFC east right now. Pittsburgh reasserting themselves. After how they were able to manhandle the Cleveland browns. And the Cleveland Browns at foreign to. Not a bad football team ravens and steelers both five five wins. Ravens have the one loss Pittsburgh still undefeated. One of the only teams that are undefeated. THEM AND TITANS IF I'm not mistaken the only teams that are undefeated and the seahawks who had a bye week. So only three undefeated teams left in the NFL. Titan steelers and the seahawks were on a by. But I do like the way that the steelers are reasserting themselves. Reestablishing, sales. The the team to be in the AFC. North. The titans that mean them in the colts the Texans definitely take a step backwards and that's not a surprise. Not Lack a weapons for Wa Terrible Decision Making from the coaching staff. ADDS up to you know what? Kind, of season. Starts with an SM ends with a why Just just. Terrible. Terrible, decision making. Not Helping Mamane de watered all. Kansas City. We know they're the the the class of the AFC west. But what what are the raiders going to be? Of got to figure them out still. Wondering. Where they're going to be in. Three weeks. Next three, four weeks I. Think we'll tell us a lot about the raiders. I think it was good for the chiefs to take an L.. A week ago. It it Kinda helps them. To understand that you know what this is supposed to be. Difficult. This is supposed to be a challenge. You're not supposed to be eligible run through everybody and have. Patrick. Mahomes. Make a look that easy. At the end of the day that's the truth. Really is. So. I think that the Kansas City chiefs are very good. They should be in a position to give back to the super. Bowl. Absolutely. But look for Tennessee look for Pittsburgh look up with the Ravens potentially look out for the bills potentially. And then we'll see what happens with some other teams. The NFC east, it shouldn't be talked about it really shouldn't be talked about. I don't think team is going to be five hundred and win that division that's going to be my bold prediction and earnings growth. That's a bold prediction because these teams are lousy. These teams are awful. These teams are a joke. I question whether these teams are trying to win or not. I think the bears of the surprise of the NFL right now I gotta say man I'm impressed with what the bears have have brought to the table six weeks into the NFL season they look like a team that is absolutely destined to get to the play offs and potentially make some noise when nobody thought that the bears were going to be any good and thank God they got nick foles right Tampa Bay buccaneers I'm telling you man don't don't worry about Tom Brady don't worry about this dude he he's he's GonNa wind up doing things that helped the team be in the mix and be there at the end of things guaranteed no doubt in my mind. New Orleans Saints I wonder about them a little bit Carolina. They took a little bit of a step back but I I think that they're going to be a greedy gutty team in a tough test week in week out I, love the seahawks and. You know what? Sometimes the best thing. About being a team is having a Bi Week and you you obviously can't go down anything. You'RE GONNA wind up vein able to. Keep your stock and Russell Wilson may have even actually improved his MVP stock to be honest with you. The Rams, they took a step back. Forty niners. Are they going to get themselves back in the mix a little bit I gotta take a break I do I'll do that. I'm going to wrap things up here. I'll come back obviously on the other side I'll do it. I always do give you my parting shot and break things down final time to week six of the NFL rewind a man door for everybody keep a close. It's the will fables sports overnight America I'll be back everybody. In. The wildcat I, and from the two, there's the snap the. Kitchen himself over the right. Detainees linking in touchdown for the Pittsburgh steelers but terrific second opening drive. It went seventy five yards and ans up with a two yard touchdown run in the wildcat Jaylen Samuels steelers, you're listening to sports overnight, America?

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"Ajan newstalk five sixty. The answer airs saturday mornings at eight. Am and then again. Sunday at three pm. You can search sources with knowledge on any place. You go to find find podcasts. And my day job. I am the director of communications for the act institute for the study of religion and liberty. Bruno beran my name is bruno paradigm with the heartland institute. I'm the senior fellow on education issues focusing primarily on education reform. And when i'm not doing something. Education reform actually flipping houses for jesus through my church where we're trying to flip a town Mostly rental to mostly ownership and bring back a sense of social network flip account for jesus that sounds like can't it should but you know i don't know if hdtv gopher that easily Let's go to calls bonnie in crown. Point indiana is calling us. She's a regular listener to this program. Bonnie what words of wisdom do you have for our panel this evening. Well i'm i'm a little confused. I heard the phase the phrase to stomach racism and institutional racism. And i'm i think they're kind of the same So when you talk about schools for example i think that when you have failing public schools Know that republicans the conservatives talk about giving school choice and getting kids out of crappy failing public schools that are you know local school. But you know there's also that thing support from home My mother is a many many year retired state public school teacher. She taught in oak park river forest and She she remembers. Having african american students who had their mothers worked very hard to move over the border into oak park. Their kids could attend the oak park school and she would remember that you know a kid would be working really hard. And then one of his classmates would say. Hey you're acting white. You know so part of that cultural part of that has to you. Know a lack of support from home it has to do with failing public schools which you know. The democrats are all about public schools And and so you know. So there's that and then if you talk about the institutional racism i mean what institutions do we have. We got hollywood that you know liberal democrat. You've got sports. That's liberal democrat. You've got the media. That's liberal democrat so exactly if all the institutions are liberal democrat. Well there's your institutional racism right there. No mark to settle. Speak to bonnie's point and how how with all of those institutions that bonnie has identified as liberal democrat. How can they possibly have a conversation about race if they wanted to be a monologue. Not a dialogue well so ambani's calling from crown point indiana and people around the nation. Who aren't familiar with the area. That's a good example of What bruno speaking to about the disproportionate funding of education. I'm crown point indiana. Just down the road from gary indiana and The property tax pace of gary had been depleted as as businesses and economic activity and residents fled from gary as it became predominantly african american and as the steel mills closed down and lake county southern lake county Dot resources that. Gary indiana to this day doesn't have and so there's an example where that would be what i would consider systemic racism through the property tax based funding of education. That county. I would disagree that the media wholeheartedly is our whole cloth is liberal. I certainly Grew up listening to bruce and And other moderate pundits and conservative pundits on the radio rush limbaugh zeman broadcasting very successfully. Probably one of the most successful broadcasters for decades. So i don't think we can you know cast with a broad brush and hollywood certainly You know is in an ivory tower of its own the same way that academia but the if media. Thank you very much for your comment. But if media wanted to lead such a discussion and and they wanna keep off the table they wanna keep up. Keep off some of the cultural things that bonnie reference they. They don't want to bring those things up because Some african americans might be offended by part of the conversation. They may not want to acknowledge a portion of the things that bonnie is referenced and so Their voices is not heard. How real is that conversation. Well i would say. Let the african american community lead that conversation. You know so often it comes from a a reporter who's outside the community who's outside Coming in and speaking to these issues. But let's let's have a conversation. Let let's let the african american community lead a discussion Which they've been trying to do but so often it gets reduced to soundbites and Conflict and heartbreak But i think you know the african american people i know they're just simply call it. The struggle This is the struggle of their life is in part of the discussion. I want genie. But this point. Bring her in the conversation. That's why get back to you. know what. What suburban input is there in that. I'm in another part of the diversity that i would like to see is. It's just in recent years that there's a there's a diversity of thought articulated in the media by african americans. You see a number of conservative republican african americans that appear on on on television. Most of them are on fox. There's no question about it. But at least they're there you never you. Never you would never hear those conversations on any of the big three networks ever jeannie your your your thought on that. No you're absolutely right. And i know you've had a good friend of mine who is actually helping my campaign stephanie's trussell she's a a great conservative black voice In the chicago media market really usually on. Am five sixty or something like that. She does not get any. She doesn't get the the plum spots to come and represent the the black the black conservative view on any of the big network stations so it is interesting But i tell you what. I think this rate this this election is gonna be really interesting to see where the black vote goes. Because i think. I i've seen a whole lot of people walking away from the democrat party. Many of them are black. Americans who have had enough and they've seen what's happened to chicago's particularly and they wanna way. Bruno barone said earlier in the program that he believes that One of the one of the side effects of an election. If joe biden wins he believes that the radical left which have really been taking over a lot of streets and of lead to some street demonstrations and violence that he thinks that they will move their venue to the suburbs Since most since your district includes virtually all of suburbia what is your take on on the on. The involvement of perhaps of violence or violent demonstrations emerging and heading towards Your neck of the woods ginny while the honest with you if they wanna try that that game here in the suburbs at least with our current state's attorney and prosecutors in our local police force they will be shut down. You're not tolerated. You will not have a revolving door like kim fox. Hasn't cook county that just let's offenders off a we're going i. I would suggest we're going to take the ron to santa's approach and basically slap on charges. That are going to stick and put them in jail. In fact miss you know in in terms of just general crime here where i live in the suburbs. We prosecute the client crime. You put them in jail. We give them a high enough bail that especially if it's a serious armed offense. Were not letting them out In just offer my house. There was an armed home invasion Just you know. Not that far away. There was a Armed carjacking so it is happening the crime from cook county. Chicago has over into the suburbs. But we have not seen you know. We had some little looting. And rioting in naperville. Very little back tamp down and i think if they want to bring their games to the suburbs. I think up here in the suburbs. Where i live. We're not gonna take it. Eric do you think the law and order is going to emerge as because maybe a deciding factor with a lot of people in the closing months of the campaign. I don't think so. And what i think is interesting about that is The washington post poll and there was one other show that joe biden was outpacing. Donald trump on the law and order arguments. I by about ten points So the whole idea to make this about law and order from the trump campaign side does not seem to be resonating again. We've got thirty some days to go. We'll have to see what happens. But i don't see it really resonating at this point. I want to hear bruno's response when we come back. I'm bruce dumont. One eight hundred seventy three eighty to eighty nine from coast to coast and border to border one more segment. And we've got some callers on the line f. Pick up on that conversation guys. Were having during. The break was birth. So basically eric and i have this disagreement and you know we. We have a very very similar viewpoint on. Donald trump probably very very similar viewpoint on the fact that america needs to find a way to come together again or at least talk to each other again. My beef is with the viewpoint that says oh well. Donald trump is so horrible that we have to get rid of them with the while ignoring the stuff. That's going on the other side of the aisle and the what's going on the other side of the island. I kind of wanted to get into this. And i don't wanna get too arcane but if you want to find out more about you can go to a website called new discourses dot com by james lindsay or just look up james lindsay and his conversation with the joe rogan We have what has happened in. What's been going on in this country. We have a takeover of all the institutions and the caller previously mentioned about the news. The sports the corporations we live in a country where you could be sitting on zoom call with your corporation and you could say well. I think all lives matter and you're fired now. I can discuss the beef about whether you want to say black lives matter all lives matter. I've told my conservative friends. There's nothing wrong with saying black lives matter. It isn't a marxist comment or anything like that but if you live in a country where you're corporation can simply fire you because of a a literally a psychological fever that is going on in this country right now and you're seeing it in sports and you're seeing in academia and you're seeing it everywhere that the moment you live in a country like that where you can laugh all you want you can say it's being a catastrophic or hyperbolic we are on the border of a a social meazza. We are and if you look at the left the they are much closer to the jacobin of the french revolution. And they are much closer to the medeiros and the hugo chavez's of the world in terms of policy than they ever have been anywhere near barack obama so joe biden first term. Isn't going to be barack obama's third term it is going to be a or hugo chavez. I turn this is where their policy is going on. I won't let eric respondent. I know mark's got the the the idea of joe biden as the ultimate bank shot when they could have put bernie sanders. Who actually believes all of these. Things is really interesting theories there's a difference at all in the in the in the in the in the platform affable bernie sanders supporters. Aren't they a lot of the people that are in the streets but my point with bruno it what we were talking about Before we came back on the air is that my problem with trump law and order. Message is that you know you see this. Meme with amy barrett's lovely family and this is trump's america and then all these antifa protesters and this is biden's america that's trump's america to it's happening wall. Donald trump is president and we can point out all of these horrible of the left and it plays out the same conversation i had over and over again in two thousand sixteen where people would give these diagnoses of all these problems that we have and get to the therefore trump fallacy therefore donald trump should be president. The i'd states and that does not follow jeanie. I'm gonna go to jimmy. I let her way in. I miss Erica's just suggested that a lot of the bad things that are happening in some of these cities like portland and seattle. I mean donald trump is still the president of the united states. And they're happening. I yeah. I know and all those places are run by democrats and and at least donald trump understands federalism and says you know. I'm i'm offering my support but you have to invite me because that's what federalism's about do you think it would be. It would be lost jamie. Do you think it would be different after election day. Donald trump have a different interpretation of. What you've said is federalism if he wins reelection Will these Rioting will it's still the one in portland or seattle or will those folks realized that A the jig is up and they're about to get their head smashed in. I guess it really depends on how big of a victory he he gets I think that that's the biggest decision. I think that the writing. We'll still continue. I think the waft is unhinged. This point. I think that there's been narrowed. I mean every single democrat refused to condemn the defend. The police movement. That's where we are in congress. Okay and i'm not okay with that neither most other people law and order is a big issue. I will tell you that as somebody who is actively campaigning in here's from it from the grassroots so in the suburbs is an issue And here's you know. I think that federalism still stands these democrats Rerun by democrats and if the laws since will continue But i would think that there should. I have said here job number one is to restore on order across the nation is so important. How how do you do that. This federalist that he'll only go in if he's invited they're not inviting him in. So how is that done. Well i can answer that. I could go. Let's actually bring justice. Let's talk about the issues. Let's let's solve this problem to bruno's point. I don't disagree with them. That things may have swung too far where it's much easier attack somebody for their political speech than to unravel this problem. We're facing as a culture and as a nation but there is a real problem here and so the question isn't how many. When are we going to send in the national guard to break skulls. The question is when we bring justice. When are we going to realize that. Militarizing the police has maybe not the way to go. I don't think the libertarians in this group favor militarized police forces in our streets martial law. We don't want that kind of civilization. And i think you get there these are. This is good trouble. John lewis said or or or reverend. Johns when you see what people are. But what's the legitimate demand mark. What's the happy ending in portland. Oregon and seattle. The happy ending is as a nation. We start addressing this. Maybe with a congressional committee could jeannie jeannie. A problem across the nation is just not true. It is a problem primarily democrats cities where they don't have the proper justice policing going on or justice being meted out. That is the problem here and to to how many more people died before. It's a national issue. You're impugning the rest of the nation for for really places run by democrats and we're all in this nation together jeanie. You're in the same community democrat a little more careful on what the democrats want to do when they get an office. They would like to federalize every single decision because they know it's easier to control one half of five hundred thirty five legislators and make their everything a federal issue. A madman moment. genie out of time. Genie i've she is a congressional candidate in illinois six congressional district. She is a republican. Running against sean capstan. Also with us this evening we've had mark asao sallow and we've had in studio bruno baron and erico. I'm bruce thanks to andy miles for his assistance in the production of this program until next week good night from evanston illinois. What is hope. Hope to me was just that he would get to come home. I had no idea how hard it would be once he got back. I wish you'd stop drinking so much. She thinks it's helping but it's a hope she's that soon i'd like i don't care if you come to my games but i hope he does. I used to hope he find happiness again now. I hope our mexican grandpa will help. He thinks it's too late. 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The move came one day after the gamecocks drop their third straight game of fifty nine forty two defeat against old miss falling to two and five thus far this season in his fifth season as head coach must champ had compiled a twenty eight and thirty record with the program leading them to three bowl appearances in his first three seasons before falling off two four eight last year athletic director. Ray tanner said in a statement. That offensive coordinator mike. Bobo would serve. As interim head coach for the rest of the season. South carolina scheduled play misery next. Fox's ryan mayor. I'm mary core city and this is fox news. Today's news got your head spinning. Try head space head. Space offers a daily dose of mindfulness with guided meditations in an easy to use app. Go ahead space dot com slash fox for a free one-month trial. This is the best deal offered right. Now that's head. Space dot com slash fox welcome to statewide reports in conversations from in and around illinois. I'm shawn crawford coming up. We discussed the lingering controversy over the former university of illinois mascot chief allina wick. We'll hear from restaurant. Workers concerned about their health. Now that customers are coming back next week. Marks the seventy fifth anniversary atomic bombings of hiroshima and nagasaki japan. Some of the scientific led developing the bomb took place in chicago although not many knew about it at the time secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the manhattan project. We'll find out more about the role. The state played and giving the world a bomb. That's ahead on statewide. Statewide is brought to you by. Aarp illinois providing information to help you and your family when the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart more information at aarp dot org slash near you welcome to statewide. I'm shawn crawford on the wave restaurants now offering indoor dining once again but those who work in those businesses say they have some concerns about the risk to their health will also find out about his role in the manhattan project and more than a decade since it was retired. We'll here by the university of illinois mascot chief allina awake won't go away at least for some that and more this hour on statewide i this week. The pandemic has changed a lot of summer. Plans for college. Students like internships trampled jobs. Keep mcgee with. Wbz tells us how some students are still trying to make the most of their summer rice university student. Kathleen matthews had big plans. The summer she was going to spend eight weeks in argentina studying public health and working in clinic then. She was heading to israel for a traditional birthright trip for young jewish adults. All of that was canceled. Due to the novel corona virus. She moved back in with her parents in. Chicago's lincoln park neighborhood. So instead i took Calculus to definitely a bummer copen. Nineteen is cancelled. Many internships study abroad opportunities and typical funds. Summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment. Many schools in illinois have seen a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade. The university of illinois at urbana-champaign and the university of illinois at chicago votes saw summer enrollment numbers jumped twenty five and twenty seven percent respectively. From last summer alina callous is an incoming freshman at loyola university chicago. She decided to get a headstart in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially double majoring. I would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future. I want to study abroad. And things like that. And i just wanna make time loyola and other local private universities say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to for those lucky enough to keep their internships. It's now from the comfort of their homes. Indiana resident joe grazziano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships. They'd secured in the fall cancelled and he was worried. His paid internship with the risk management company. A on would be too. He plays baseball for butler university and dedicated previous summers to baseball heading into senior year. His resume was pretty thin. So i kind of really needed this. I'm gonna live got cancelled my resume. Mike baseball club. Not very filling and depends heavily on its interns. Traditionally they hire nearly two thirds every year permanently so they mailed laptops home for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Grazziano says he misses the in person interaction. It's difficult to make a good impression remotely. There's a lie you can get from even just small talk at the just and sometimes video calls kinda hard to like to get across my personality is i want to. I don't know it's like hard to like. Trae myself to you and over video still feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen year. Old manny gonzalez. Who is studying computer. Science and engineering at harold washington college in downtown chicago. He was involved with the group. Genesis works in high school which helps students in under invested communities connect with employers for job an internship opportunities. He able to quit an overnight job at ups and start working at a data analytics company downtown. Which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed income. That's also helping him build toward his career. I honestly feel like. I'm lucky because you know not. Everyone gets this opportunity especially and my age having these big corporate companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing but even with his job. he's being extra productive this summer. He's tacked on two summer classes so he can finish his associates degree early and transfer to a four year school to earn a bachelor's kate. Mickey wbz news in may the department of education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations. Peter madeline w j reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting. The new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet the new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. She wally patel is the director of justice for student survivors at the national women's law center. These rules kind of total religious. Turn ted on nine on. Its head as a civil rights law says they raised the threshold of what schools can choose to ignore and it's a departure from guidance. That's been in place for twenty years. If a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough to that means. Some students would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment. The happened off campus. Now they'd have to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment. Too especially as many schools move to more virtual instruction during the pandemic faith. Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no. You're nine she says if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in zoom classroom. That wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern illinois university title nine coordinator. Sarah gardner says they do have procedures to help students. We have the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we can address as university but as faith ferber says the problem. Is that places like you could ignore those cases that they choose to and says the education department isn't there to protect students either. We can't count our schools and we can't count on the government so all we can count on is students and student our to really make a difference in holder schools accountable well at nyu students. Held protests last year on the basis of the universe was mishandling investigations and that the process was slow and apathetic. The university hired another coordinator garner. Says they're much better equipped to handle their case load now. The new regulations are over two thousand pages. Two thousand thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves fit in the last thirty or so the reason the document is so long is so that the department of education headed by betsy. Devos is trying to justify why the changes are needed and respond to public comments. She wally potala says there were more than a hundred thousand comments. Mostly opposing the rules. They were school principal. There were mental health. Experts over nine. hundred trauma. specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the role so there was significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward. Sarah gardner and you were one of the many schools. That sent in comments and harshly. Not many of our concerns made it into the final regulations patel says the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule so they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or transferred. Or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted. And they don't plan to re enroll and colleges could dismissed cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school patel says that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light another change that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title changes are in conflict with illinois state law one forces those going through an investigation under cross examination in a live hearing and as sarah gardner at says we have state law. That says you cannot cross. Examine one another. This is the element providing sexual Asian act however now the federal regulations say you must cross examine each other in public comment stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to demeaning inappropriate and irrelevant probing there waiting for the illinois attorney general quamrul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the education department block the final rules from going into effect garner. Says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance. On august fourteenth there are countless other issues advocates. Say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation. Peter mullen the former university of illinois. Men's basketball coach lou hinson has died. He was eighty eight. He coached illinois from nineteen. Seventy five through. Nineteen ninety-six is four hundred. Twenty three wins the most in program history back in twenty fifteen hinson spoke with member station w. i l. l. and he talked about being offered his first head coaching job at hardin simmons university in texas in the early nineteen sixties and. I said well. I have one thing that bothers me and i'll probably accept his job. But you'd have to do one thing to integrate to agree to tame. I've had black by kosher black players all the time and i'm not gonna tote coach. Total wide tame henson led illinois to the nc double a. final four in nineteen eighty nine and a big ten championship in nineteen eighty four. He was inducted into the national collegiate basketball hall of fame in two thousand fifteen. That was the same year. The floor at the state farm center was named lou hinson court in his honor. The thirteen years after the university of illinois at urbana-champaign retired their native american themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere and there is some support to bring it back. The mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the character lee gains with newsroom. Has this report on february. Twenty first two thousand seven. Thousands of people watched as a white man dressed in native american regalia danced hiked and jumped across the university of illinois at urbana-champaign basketball court. While a marching band played he wore a feather yes and blue orange and white face paint as the performance came to a close. The crowd cheered and some had tears streaming down their faces walks off the court for the last time the university of illinois the event the end of a tradition which dates back to nineteen twenty six and it came after decades of calls for the university to retire. The race spaced mascot but some traditions. Don't die easy today. Thirteen years after chief allina wack was officially retired by the ua vie the symbol indoors people dressed like the mascot still pop up at games. There are facebook groups with thousands of members calling on the university to reinstate the mascot and merchandise with chief allina x image is still sold. I'm not certain that the university can move beyond she lying wack anytime soon. That's matthew sokaiya stuart gilbert. He spent thirteen years as an american indian studies. Professor at the u. Of i and now heads the department of american indian studies at the university of arizona. Sokaiya stuart gilbert saw chief allina weck perform at a football game in two thousand six. A woman next to him asked what he did then she asked if he was an indian and i said i'm hopi indian from northeastern arizona. And i i always remember what she told me she says. Why don't you go down there and be the chief and you know then everything will be okay. By that time that she had become an extremely divisive issue on campus the university was fighting to retain the mascot while the nc double a. pressuring institutions. To get rid of racist native american imagery. Debbie is a pueblo indian who taught at the university at that time. She's an expert in native american imagery and children's literature. Reese remembers protesting the chief outside football and basketball games lewd goethe silent protests at the games. Where you do put yourself at risk of being spat upon of being yelled at of being cursed at those. Were always very uncomfortable things but we felt important so we get them re says the chief is a misrepresentation of native people the honoring that people say they do with mascots. Like this is not honor. Earning it's integrating it's demeaning and it's an insult. The intent of of chief. Lana work was always to was to hold a culture in reverence. Encouraging people to learn about it. Dan maloney was the last person to officially portray chief align attack on that university of illinois. Basketball court back in february two thousand seven. He was a graduate student then. Maloney says the reverence chief fans have for the character is one the reasons it has endured long past. Its official retirement when that's removed especially when it's such a strong of inspiration to many many people over many many years it can be tough to tough to to move forward and many who oppose the chiefs. Say the university is to blame for its continued presence because nothing ever replaced it. It's basically for a lot of people still the mascot of the university of illinois. that's vikram sardana. He graduated from the u. of i. Last year and he served on a commission intended to heal the chief allina wick divide sardana says. The university should have created a new mascot years ago. And i think that the lesson people should take from. This is that not acting can make a problem worse than it needs to be that at some point you have to rip the band aid off a spokesperson for the university of illinois at urbana-champaign says that administrators are working on a plan to move the campus forward which will include a process to establish new traditions. But matthew sokaiya stu a gilbert is skeptical that a new mascot can end the years long controversy and he says that's because of all the alumni and fans who still cling to chief allina wack. I think this will continue to be a controversy. This will continue to be a burden on the university. The native students have to deal with this on a daily basis enrolled at the university psychiatrist. Ua gilbert says to be the ultimate solution to the chief align awake problem as years. Go by there will be fewer people who remember when a white man in a feather headdress and face paint danced across the university's basketball courts and football fields at halftime. I'm lee gains staying on the sports theme. The head of the high association says much of the upcoming sports season remains fluid as it tries to protect against the spread of covid nineteen executive director. Craig anderson says the i jesse has moved football boys soccer and girls volleyball from the fall to the spring. The says of covid cases rise in the fall more sports could get shifted to the spring and winter. sports could be put in jeopardy. We'll stay with us next on statewide. You might be itching to go somewhere after months of staying at home. We'll have some tips for staying safe if you decide to vacation during the pandemic back on statewide. I'm shawn crawford still to come as we. Near the seventy fifth anniversary of the atomic bombs being dropped on japan will learn more about the work done in illinois that changed the world forever after spending months isolated in homes. Some are wondering if it's possible to take vacation safely during the pandemic shayla spoke with an infectious disease specialist. Dr christel budo about ways to stay safe. During the summer travel season. It's inevitable that psychologically people are tired and it's only natural to want to get away and go out. The first step is really homage risk my willing to tolerate in that has to do with our own health conditions but also the health conditions of the people around us so even if we get sick in we have mild cold symptoms in in muscle aches. And we get better. Can we potentially take that back to somebody who may not so well. So based on what we know now about the virus. Are there some forms of travel. That are safer than others like. Is it safer to drive somewhere. Instead of flying. I don't know that we can easily say one is less risky. It's young virement. Really that determines that goes if you go into a road trip for example in have bej of other people with you in a because then it defeats the purpose In i know for example when we talk about flying a lot of companies actually most of them have had requirements peaceful for mask wearing digital health screening but the risk of flying with people that we don't know is higher than the risk of driving in a car with people that we do. That will leave with a lot of families are planning to take road trips this summer. What kinds of precautions should they take. They really go into a place that has lower case to make sure that they're not taking the infection with them so one of the best ways to do that. Easy to two weeks prior to travelling making should that they themselves weren't in themselves as much as possible so watching whether going staying in close quarters as much as possible to gain avoid the risk of them getting infected in taking that infection where the going the shorter distance. You have trouble debater. Especially if you're familiar with young children you have to think about stops. You have to think about gino. Bathroom breaks in. While you're going to be taking those and also stopping to eat right. Can you bring your own food. All limit yourself to drive the muzo outdoor spaces But what. I sees really for families traveling. And how many stops have to make along the way again. Increasing the chances of them getting exposed to individuals who may be infected that they can keep trucco time. What about hotels you know. I've heard some recommendations that you should be sanitizing things and stripping off the comforter when you arrive because it's less likely to be washed you know what about that so i would definitely recommend wiping down commonly you surfaces like doorknobs always something that they touched counters species hiker surfaces differently should be cleaned other things that people may forget you clean active. Owns that come. Close to the face tv remotes. Also something that people don't think about as far as the bedspread. I don't know that. I have personally seen evidence. Dad's bathing or cotton fabric surfaces routine various. But i do know for surfaces hard surfaces in highly officials that that's something that can be cleaned in why down to limit the exposure during we've seen cases increasing again across the country. Is that something that people should be thinking about when they're deciding when or wear to travel definitely look at a being flexible in your time. Line also being flexible in your potential final destination avoiding a busy places crowded places especially places that have the incidents of the ridge. Going higher would be recommended on at this point. The things that i've seen woke for people that are not easy if you can do more secluded areas so for example going to small resort so in the woods or things like that way that none necessarily popular destinations that this initiative that don't cater to thousands of people that's dr crystal budo and she spoke with shelagh farzin. You might wonder why it could take a while to get your cova. Nineteen test results governor jb. Pritzker says the state has done a good job at increasing the number of tests being performed. But he says he's worried about the laboratory capacity to analyze those tests the points out illinois has only three state run labs which can handle about sixty eight thousand tests per day since about forty thousand tests are being performed on a daily basis commercial. Labs both in and out of states are being utilized at labs across the nation. There are only so many machines. They're only so many technicians who can run those machines for so many hours during the day. Pritzker says commercial labs are being overwhelmed with test from states that have seen big spikes in corona virus cases. The end result could be longer wait times for results which the governor points out will make it harder to determine outbreaks and take quick action support for statewide comes from aarp illinois providing information to help you and your family as the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart or information at aarp dot org slash near you will. Next week marks. The seventy fifth anniversary of atomic bombs being dropped on japan one of the most controversial decisions in us history research that resulted in the weapons of mass destruction took place at several locations but chicago became one of the main science centers. I spoke with writer. Terry mcclellan mcandrew about the work done in the state and the reasons chicago was a manhattan project site. Well there are several reasons wine wise. It was the home of arthur. Holly compton who was a physicist who was already working on some of this chicago is also seen s centrally located in the country. So that other manhattan project. Scientists around the country could access it fairly readily also the university of chicago approved of being a manhattan project site and supported it. This work going on people in aware of it in a very busy location in a major city. It's dangerous does doesn't it. It was a secret project and secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the manhattan project there have been some oral histories taking of people who worked on the project. And one was of william. J nicholson who helped. Create the pile as it was called. That was what became the nuclear reactor that developed the first self sustaining nuclear reaction at the university of chicago and he talks about this need for secrecy and how it was drilled into all of the staff there there were known agents the german government in and around the university of chicago and we were told that and that We were not to reveal anything of what you do. Don't take up with strangers if you're having a sandwich someplace or a beer or whatever Watch out that people who may engage you in conversation. would be damaging to the war effort and that the they may actually be the enemy so one huge question that comes up about this manhattan project site at the university of chicago in the in. The middle of this metropolitan side is where danger. Was there a danger to the university chicago illinois even the midwest region and the physicists. I spoke to said in essence no the nuclear reactor that the scientists were developing at the chicago at chicago was a very low powered in comparison to what we see today at most. It could have powered a two hundred watt lightbulb therefore it was not putting out the kind of radiation that one of our nuclear actors today could could do in there for the harm was not significant. Now there was some danger to the people who were in the room where that nuclear reactor was working one of the dangers. Although the scientists in charge had done innumerable calculations to make sure the danger was very small. There was still a worried that the nuclear reactor could get out of control and they took protection against that and they had what they called the suicide squad two to three men who stood atop the nuclear reactor with the cadmium solution so that in case it did run away and start to melt down. They would pour this over the pile and hopefully it would stop but as one. Scientists told me the suicide squad would not live to tell about it. The first nuclear reaction took place there and it was momentous especially when you think about it in terms of what would come later but at the time from what i read in your story to. Those folks was sort of matter of fact it was a big deal. But their reaction was a bit anti-climactic. They basically broke out a bottle of chianti and all signed the basket that the bottle of chianti was in and that was pretty much it. The physicists i talked to said that the lead scientists on the reactor and enrico fair me was so sure he had done endless calculations he carried his slide rule around with him for those who don't know what a slide rule is. That was your pre computer calculator in the days and he carried that around with him he did endless calculations to make sure he knew what was going to happen with this nuclear reactor and so it went exactly as planned and in essence while it was an enormous event. It changed our lives. It changed science and international relations forever. The scientists there. Just pretty much congratulated. Each other broke out a bottle were the scientists concerned about the the use of this technology. Going forward. I mean from the time they were working on this had. They had some idea in their mind that they could be unleashing something that they will never be able to put back in the bottle so to speak the folks. I talked to said that the of course are smart people. These were literally some of the greatest brains of the twentieth century. Scientists at the top of their field. They knew the potential of the science that they were working on and they did. They know immediately that they were working on a bomb. It's kind of unclear. They certainly became aware of it as their work. Went on during the manhattan project and after it became clear that there would be a bomb developed from their work. Some of them became very concerned about that some of the chicago scientists especially and they developed the bulletin of the atomic scientists of chicago to work on trying to control the use and Thoughts and opinions about this new power. They had unleashed after the matlab in chicago achieved its goals of creating plutonium and creating the first self sustaining nuclear reactor both of which were essential for developing atomic bombs for the war purpose. I'm some scientists continued the work on the possibilities of this new nuclear power specifically some of the peaceful purposes of it and they continued that work at argonne national laboratory in lamont which still exists and still works today. We talked about the concerns that something could go wrong possibly may be dangerous to people around it at the same time. There also concerns that the germans especially would find out that this work was being done there in chicago could become a target during the war that that is something that was drilled into people as well yes in fact some of the chicago. Scientists working on the manhattan project were refugees from fascist europe. And i spoke to a physicist. Who wrote a book related to the manhattan project and he talks about. They had feared that the nazis would bomb chicago specifically because of the work in because of the refugees. There here's physicist stanley word. They felt quite rightly that the nazis basically wanted to kill them. Interesting little note in the Argon archive many years ago. Said in effect ineffective course. The germans must know where here when they haven't atomic bomb. The first one they'll drop began chicago. That was the risk that they foresaw to chicago area at the terminal for dropping a bomb on so we knew that people high up in the military i'm guessing would have known about all of this work and in the president administration. Maybe would have known about what was happening here. Did everybody at the university of chicago. Even the administration there know what was taking place. The manhattan project was extremely secret. Ultra secret I've read in one place. That even truman did know about it which i have a hard time believing that congress didn't know about it again. I haven't verified in the big question even today is did the university of chicago president robert hutchins know what was going on in his own backyard almost literally beneath his football stadium and it sounds like there's a lot of disagreement about that now i have since read the Robert maynard hutchins a memoir by milton mayor and he says he absolutely knew about it but was very was under instructions that when he told his deans and trustees number one he could not even mention the word uranium and that when they asked him if there was any danger to the university your city he said unlikely but he couldn't he couldn't rule it out. Now here's what a physicist at the university of chicago current physicist whom i interviewed said about whether or not he thinks the president knew it was only three blocks from his house two blocks from his house. Historians can debate it. But i'm sure he knew about it. He just couldn't officially know about it. Because you can't they said you can't ask. Can i make a nuclear chain reaction on your campus in the middle of having. That physicist is dr henry frisch and historian very interesting because he is literally los alamos baby. His parents worked on the los alamos project. And that's where he was born. Today there is monument. That's at that site that recognizes that work talk about that and is it something that people on the campus p a lot of attention to remember that this took place there. Is this just something of the past. People have mostly forgotten. That's a great question. Yes there was a sculpture placed atop the site where the nuclear reactor was. It's right next to this beautiful new library. They have and the sculpture is very abstract. Looks like a nuclear mushroom cloud. Some people says it looks like the human brain. I think that was intentional. On the sculptors part. And when i interviewed dr henry frisch again a physicist currently at the university of chicago and literally a los alamos baby himself. His parents worked at los alamos. He said that the university of chicago has kind of split feelings about being the side of the first self sustaining nuclear reactor in the world. He says that they have celebrated the seventy fifth anniversary of that nuclear reactor going critical but there are some people who feel very uncomfortable about it because of course how that power ended up being used and what has done today to your international relations and potential of war. That's writer terry mclaughlin mcandrew. You can read her story about the role illinois played in the manhattan project. that's available at her website. Statewide show dot com statewide coming up. What is going to a restaurant to eat what turns out a lot of restaurant. Workers have concerns as well. We'll hear from some of them. That story was on the way last week. We told you about the reverend. C t vivian. Who recently died. Mccomb pitas final respects to the civil rights leader who grew up in the western illinois community. He was ninety five richer. Has this report on the local memorial service. More one hundred people attended the outdoor service held on a hot and muggy july afternoon. Dr j. q adams was the featured speaker. He's a former professor at western illinois university. He conducted several lengthy interviews with. Vivian adams recounted one vivians best known moments from the american civil rights movement. Vivian was in selma bama in nineteen sixty five to push for voting rights. He was stopped on the steps of the dallas county. Courthouse by sheriff. Jim clark who punched vivian. In the face in front of reporters and protesters. We still see you struck in bloodied. Knock to your knees and we still see you. Rise up not with contempt. But with love because sat says it takes radical love to overcome radical evil and says he visited with vivian. Three years ago he says right up to the end the reverend's passion for the civil rights struggle remained alive and well the service took place at the site of ct. Vivians boyhood home. The loudest is now vacant. Though there are plans to build a center of civic and social engagement as well as a small park at the location rich agar reporting the federal government has paid billions of dollars to keep the food chain running. That's included in part sending direct payments to farmers and ranchers but as dana cronin reports for harvest public media. Not all farmers are seeing those benefits. When you walk into cindy ashes. Barn one of the first things you notice. Besides the sheep is a huge burlap sack practically bursting at the seams with mole. Look at that big bag right. There were sitting out about six pounds of will from when they were sure last. And it's been sitting there. Since they were shared in march ashrams jubilee farms in clinton illinois where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for wool to be turned into yarn but not many people are buying premium yarn and this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened. But there's really no point in us. Paying thousands of dollars for process will that we can move right now so Which is part of what the cf ap was hoping to help with. Cf ap that stands for corona virus food assistance program and is run by the us department of agriculture. It's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and ranchers. But it hasn't been helpful to farmers like cindy ash doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers It seems like the program was really designed for corn and soybean or large livestock producers. We are we. Don't do any of that. In addition to wool ash usually sells produce at the local farmers market which was closed this year due to the krona virus so she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application. Which requires you to list each crop. You grow and an estimated loss if you're listening every crop that you weren't able to sell it a farmer's market this year You literally depends. How big farms and how much you're growing but you could have hundreds of crops here to list the. Usda recently added to their list of eligible crops. But some of the items ash cells still don't qualify including things like eggs. And for those that do qualify. Usda pays wholesale commodity prices. Usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars. Usda would only compensate her about two hundred. Sanaa's demand is the federal policy director for the national young farmers coalition. She represents a lot of specialty crop. Growers the details of it's laid out. Make it hard for them to see an amount of funding coming out of the program. That really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to put in to calculate all those things and have all the paperwork to back it up in twenty eighteen specialty crops for about a quarter of all. Us crop proceeds but as of late july specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. usda's farm service agency administrator. Richard ford dice says. It's a matter of timing. That is he says. The program is based on losses incurred between january and april. That was not really a time. When when we saw you know every state would have had would have had specialty crop production happening at that time so i think that's i think that's one reason why we're seeing a little smaller percentage. Recently lawmakers sent a letter to agriculture. Secretary sonny perdue asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program by basing it on total losses rather than on individual crops. But four nights says that would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on a farm. Cindy ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the usda. I would say that not just this year but overall and they need to pay much more attention to Diverse farmers produce farmers. That are doing something other than traditional corn beans and large livestock. She says it's more than likely she'll take a loss this year a year. She'd hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm dana cronin harvest public media this statewide governor jay pritzker restore illinois plan highlighted contact. Tracing is a key part of the state's fight against the novel corona virus. Peter medlin talk to a newly trained contact tracer about what goes into the job reynolds. Fa was one of the millions of americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic. He needed work but he's also at high risk. I'm sixty one years old. Actually a renal transplant recipient. So i my Suppressed immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question but then he stumbled onto an article about illinois community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracers from home. It interesting. because i'm a people person. So i'm going to be able to talk to people but i'm also well that'd be able to help people which i think is a good thing governor. Jay pritzker seems to agree with that. Last part he's called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain corona virus jifei enrolled in a four week course at college a page and due to student demand the college even had to open up extra sessions. He's just finishing so he's in the process of looking for employment which he says will be the easy part since the job is in such high demand. Some local health departments like in cook county are offering position starting at twenty dollars. An hour to face says he seemed jobs offering between thirty five thousand and fifty thousand a year. I'm not going to buy my second yacht working this job but it'll put food on the table and keeping them from the head so i'm pretty happy with it. The work of a contact tracers has been likened to a detective or a game of clue but jay says he sees it much differently. Typically you're going to call someone up. They recently tested positive. And or they've been in contact with someone who tested positive and it could be. You know kinda scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private eye. Then calculate their date of infection as the standard is two days prior to the first symptoms appearing. He says depending on the symptoms. They'll know if they have to self isolate or seek medical attention and the contact tracers job is not only to ask people about where they've been and who they've seen they also need to direct them to any medical help or social services they might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating around the internet. If the person needs quarantine around their own tracers can also help coordinate food for them or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk. A contact tracers may follow up with a person every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hesitant to talk at all the develop some sort of a relationship with this individual because the other part of it is. They need to give truthful information illinois. Public health director in. Gaza zeke acknowledged that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups as he says the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable. Talking with health officials. Contact tracing has been pushed into many people's mokaba caballero lately but it isn't new public. Health workers have been doing it for decades to combat infections like to burke yellow sus and sexually transmitted diseases. But it's not normally done on this massive scale right now. Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand a viable employment opportunity or years. And then after you know. I'm i'm of hope for years now. We've kinda lik the tobin thing or there's always gonna be needs to contact tracers just not quite me. Volumes that we need and rescue workers about constructors most rally on tips concerned about how those threatening health amendment call with member station. Wbz in chicago. Has this report. One restaurant worker says every time. A customer walks through the door. She feels a flash of anger news who they are or what. They're ordering every person who comes into the restaurant. I see them as a potential threat. She doesn't want to be identified. So wbz had an actor rerecord what she said. She says she used to love the job. That now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings. I really think the people who go out to the restaurants now are the people who don't care about everyone's safety. Some service industry workers say. They're facing an impossible choice. They're being ordered to work inside where they fear for their health but they could get fired if they say no because their bosses have asked them to come back. they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining they couldn't survive with. This comes down to is really money and risk owners workers. This economy need the money but are we. Putting servers health at risk while other states have attributed covid nineteen surges to bars doctors like benjamin singer northwestern. University say it's unclear. How safe restaurants are. There's so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant the setup of the restaurant. What's the airflow situation like. And so all these things create a very muddy picture as to the actual risk a recent japanese study. Found your twenty times more likely to catch the virus indoors than outdoors. A chinese case studies showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning. And one restaurant data isn't great for trucking weather. Restaurant workers are getting covid. Nineteen more than anyone else for governor. Jay pritzker says if cases go up much more indoor dining in bars could be the first go lori. Lightfoot just tighten the city's restrictions on bars they can no longer serve alcohol indoors without a food license. One chef doesn't think that's enough and actors replacing his voice to. I'm not a business owner. I'm not gonna pretend to know you know what that feels like. But i am a human. And i do know from being on the employee side of it. It felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more of the priority. He says he was forced out of his job at a high class restaurant over discomfort about working in a pack space many service workers who spoke to. Wbz said they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from chicago. Restaurant workers found nine out of ten workers. Do not feel safe. Under the current rules and regulations and the city only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles glenn false from agrees with workers so much so that he led us restaurant close he ran false trumps fresh fish market in lake view for nearly seven years but refused to put employees at risk and said so on social media when he closed you know i. I'm not that kind of person where might businesses is paramount over everybody else's concern. I'm not gonna go home at night. Put my head on the pillow. I two hundred fifty dollars profit today but susie went down sick. He says under current conditions restaurants can't survive much longer. Anyway michael roper at hopley tavern and andersonville says he can make it through summer but worries about fall. I usually look forward to fall. I like fall color. I liked the coming holiday season. But this year i am in dread of november. That's when he has to start paying back his government p loan and it'll be too cold deceit people outdoors hopley is making about twenty percent of pre pandemic sales with indoor dining taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says roper says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month he'd mothball hopley until the pandemic was over. He says businesses like his will die in less government stops loan and mortgage payments in some other nations. This has worked. But we don't have you know we don't have an fdr in washington right now. We have donald trump. our country is not gonna be the same if we let all these places. Go the mccall. Wbz news all the time we have for this week statewide. Be sure to join us next time. We'll have more reports in conversations from in and around illinois. If you missed any of this week's episode or past episodes you can find them at statewide show dot com and our podcast is available through the npr. 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I got absolutely no clue what time it is for you. I just know it is the world famous. Nfl rewind we ten of the world. Famous nfl rewind. Right here on sports overnight. America with me andy doors. Welcome in everybody week. Ten did not disappoint once again. Just amazing stuff happening on the football field and you might think the most amazing thing was the fact that the patriots and cam newton pass lamar jackson and the ravens and a sloppy wet mess out there on the football field but no no no no no cuyler. Mercury was not to be outdone out dude in the desert josh allen because wow you wanna talk about drama you wanna talk about waiting until the last second. You wanna talk about making something happen when you do not think it's possible. That's what my man murray did for the arizona cardinals and catapulting guys with a victory thirty two to thirty great past de hype and what a seriously you cannot talk about a better transaction vendee hop has been for the arizona cardinals Unbelievable so yeah. That's going to be a lot on the door of man's mind here on the nfl rewind. We tend style. Can't believe we are this far into the nfl season only a awake two months left. It's insane when you think about it. All right so Packers they kind of stumbled a little bit not in an impressive victory. excuse me by any means over. The jaguars says something about them in the sense that even when they don't play well they will get it done so gotta like that buccaneers while they kind of lit the The panthers up and as soon as teddy bridgewater went out of the game that that kind of seem to get away from them in quick fast in a hurry and speaking of that. I got to get the heck out of dodge to a break real quick class in a hurry. 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Eight zero seventy one. Sixty seven paid for airtime media to the players. Reality is one against one move and counter move nowhere. This conflict more evident than at the fringe of battle where the receiver and cornerback match. Glare here coming and speed determined the one on one the battle where the loser leads alone on an open field. Now bore the rewind right here on sports overnight america. Welcome back everybody. And you know bringing the nfl rewind. We ten of the nfl rewind right here on sports overnight. America get at me. Follow me on twitter at door funds. Sports follow me on facebook at door funds for check out the post two comments engaged with us there. It's fun to leave me. It's a it's a blast. It really is but speaking of a blast man. You would've thought another story line would be that. The steelers remain the only undefeated team in the nfl. But again i just think the kyla murray situation pretty much trump's just about anything for lack of better words. Um with what i just said but just so happens to be true. This dude is playing ridiculous out there on the football field and Just just an amazing place so mesmerized. By what that kid is doing in only his second season seriously man just incredible gonna run through the scores for you and then get the standings as well. Patriots beat the ravens. Twenty three to seventeen steelers remained undefeated. Like i said thirty. Six ten over the bengals saints twenty seven to thirteen over the forty niners. And i'll tell you what that might be the start of the end for the forty niners i will. We'll talk about a lot of stuff. Believe me we'll break it all down rams twenty three sixteen over the seahawks and again russell wilson and those guys stumbling a little bit and now we got ourselves three way tie because The cardinals got a victory thirty two to thirty over the bills. That was a great game once again. Just a fantastic game at literally. Came down to the last seconds of the game. And don't look now to a time in miami looks to be working pretty well. Twenty one twenty nine. The dolphins beat the chargers downgrade as they continue to play extremely well at least in my mind thirty seven to twelve. They beat the broncos like i said buccaneers tampa. Tom in the boys. Got it going Thought they would especially after what happened to him against the saints. Buccaneers forty six twenty three over the panthers. Giants twenty seven over seventeen Twenty seven seventeen over the eagles and what that divisions lousy it's terrible and It's kind of a hot mess. So in a weird way. I'm sorta looking forward to see who comes out of that thing because they don't deserve to but someone's going to packers twenty four twenty over the jaguars lions do not lie down. All the way made a real close but they do win. Thirty twenty seven over that team from washington and then the browns get tight. One over the texans and thank god for nick chubb coming back because he made a huge difference on the ground and the rushing attack attack is back for the cleveland browns. And like i've been telling you the recipe in my humble opinion for success for the cleveland. Browns is less of one baker. Mayfield more of nick child. More of kareem hunt. You get the picture. Okay so i do want to run through the standings for you as well get you caught up to speed on what. I'm thinking kind of playoff picture as well this that and the other okay. Buffalo bills miami dolphins. This is going to be fun. Made josh allen young up and comer got. You're obviously this guy has been thrown into the mix and so far so good he and fitzpatrick magic to of magic and fitzpatrick. Magic have put together a five win streak for the miami dolphins the bills Seven three they're six and three. The patriots keep themselves a little bit of mixed because they got the victory at foreign five and the jet s jets had jets. They just absolutely stink owned nine. If you lose to the jets you might wanna think about losing your man card like no joke. All right steelers only undefeated team obviously getting a little bit of room in that division now over baltimore with their loss to the patriots. Steelers will ravens six and three cleveland. Six and three. That'll be fun to see that race right there. Cincinnati out of the mix too and six colts six three leading that division with the titans at six and three but Colds coming off of their win and titans coming off of their loss. Houston texans two and seven jacksonville. One in eight kansas city on their by week They are eight and one doe raiders. Six and three broncos chargers both not in the mix Three and six and two hundred seven respectively eagles still on top of that division as bad as it is three and five and one. Is there mark jets. I'm sorry giants the other lousy team coming out of that neck of the woods. Three and seven washington and the cowboys. Both two and seven green bay. Packers seven and two bears in minnesota. They got game on monday night. So we'll see what happens there for five and what's interesting about. This is that they put themselves back in the mix as far as at least playing it. At least playing a spoiler in the mix of things. 'cause they're good enough to beat anybody but bad bad enough to lose anybody if that makes any sense to you okay Look mattie stafford can late yup. My stafford can throw the at times so not exactly. Sure what you're going to get out of the light outs. But foreign five making them interesting. And i'm telling you what if the vikings can keep it rolling. Look out for the vikings they could get hot saints seven and two fucking nears right on their trail at seven and three filkins and carolina both added this thing at three and six now the best division in all of football is definitely the nfc west where we have a three way tie myers own a car. And i'm claiming them. Because as you listen to the show it tells you country from phoenix arizona. I can claim to teams green bay packers born and raised in the great state of wisconsin living in arizona. Obviously now and i do follow the team very closely. And i do like this team. So i've got two teams. I can claim. And i'll tell you what this is. The best team the best division in all of football three teams three teams are six. Three one team is four and six and they're playing with a backup quarterback and they're still out there competing week in and week out but cardinals rams seattle all six and three definitely the best division in all of the nfl. Well okay. So what is my thought about. What i'm seeing league because i know it'd be going to a break a moment or two again. Get at me on twitter store funds. Follow me on facebook or fund. Sports like the fan page getting engaged. Talk to us buffalo bills. I like them but they're not listen. I'm not a super bowl. team guy. Mcelhatton miami dolphins. I like them. I don't think they're super bowl team but their team. That could shock you an upset. You okay pittsburgh their steady as all hell. That's what i'm learning their steady as all hell baltimore okay. I'm gonna say it. I'm gonna i'm gonna come out and say because you know i love lamar jackson but i'll you what i don't love. I don't love the fact that i've seen this guy progress in the way that he needs to to be able to help that football team be a legitimate super bowl contenders. So i'm worried about the baltimore ravens cleveland. They continue to stay in the mix. Okay the colts. They built some stock because they were able to beat the titans. So i like that. I really do the chiefs sometimes. You can gain stock by not playing. Football did the raiders. They built some stock with me to. I'll be honest with you. I like i like what i'm seeing. How to derek carr and these guys. The eagles nfc east. It's a joke. It's a complete joke seriously. Green bay packers that they are legitimate. Okay whether you think. I'm a homer or not. I happen to tell you the truth as to when i have to be objective. If they stink. I tell you they stink. When they're pretty good. I tell you they're pretty good. And you know what the green bay packers are pretty good. I think we'll find out if the bears are any good on monday night. That's what i think. We'll find out the saints. I think they're good i think. They're legit buccaneers legit. And i'll tell you what you can make a serious argument that everybody in the nfc west besides the forty niners are legit. Are they take a break. I'll do that. A man detore listening to the world famous. Nfl rewind right here sports overnight. America this is sports overnight. America are you sixty plus and love to travel introducing the senior travel discount network brought to you by low cost airlines. Call us anytime day or night and save up to seventy five percent on your airline and hotel reservations. 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Always obviously talking about the nfl and things along those lines. One of the good things we have out there now is a top ten list of running backs you can chime in and give us your opinions on the door. Funds sports page on facebook again. Twitter store funds sports and back into week. Ten of the nfl because Hard to believe seriously very hard to believe we are past the halfway mark. Kinda getting down to the point where we're starting to see who the pretenders are and who the contenders are and once again. I'm just gonna call it way. Asiya for the most part. There's obviously going to be exceptions to every rule When you look at who is manning the colts. It's philip rivers a old crafty veteran. When you look at who is manning the packers. It's obviously aaron rodgers. One of the greatest. When you look at who's doing it for the tampa. Bay buccaneers it's tampa town and need i say anymore. I don't have enough rings or enough finger enough fingers for the rings. Dudes guide on one hand. So enough said the raiders. We got jerry car guy that i think is pretty capable. And then you'd look at the dolphins with two other than you're gonna say we'll doesn't make sense. Well i know. I said there's some exceptions to the rule and quite frankly to a is a little bit different in the sense he played obama. The guy is relatively seasoned in the sense of he seeds some big dudes come adam before and he does know how to handle. And quite frankly. I'll tell you what the dolphins defense has done a hell of a job for this kid so i i haven't. I don't think we know enough yet about this guy to quite quite frankly to judge them. So i'm going to leave it as incomplete but you'll see the theme here and again this another one of those exceptions because both these teams have younger guys and the cardinals and the bills but cuyler you know obviously came out with a lot of high hopes. Same josh allen for that matter so to see these guys playing well. It's not surprising or shocking. In if you listen to me week in and week out usually have a theme about what i'm talking about. Not quite sure what. My theme is yet but last week the theme was is that the younger guys are starting to step up in moments and be able to beat some of the older guys. And all i can say. Is that carla. Murray and josh allen are both real quality quarterbacks and up in commerce that can absolutely take the mantle and run with it They can go man so i. I think the game is in a good place that that's the point but again the saints who's their quarterback well case hill. Sometimes when they let that dude get a few snaps it was funny. I'm watching the games with my dad. And i go. Drew drew brees here. I'm like no dad That dude is just so good and you hear me talk a little bit about him You can put him anywhere and he's going to hurt you. Taste of hill is bad ass. Sorry no other way to put it. Dude is bad ass makes plays makes people myths runs. You over hurts you. Compla- quarterback compla- wide receiver running back. You name it man. He's a football player. That that dude is a football player. You hear people talk about football players older guys. That dude is a football player. Love that guy on the real. Look their quarterback. Drew brees steelers quarterback. Ben roethlisberger are you getting the lined. I mean come on now so in those sometimes things change. this is the theme. here's the theme. Even though sometimes things change in the sense of. I know these dudes are ready to take over like a keiler. Murray or josh allen or maybe a two who looks really good. So far matt sold on this daniel jones guy. You what that guy looks pretty good for the jags right now. So far Good to see. Alex smith by the way back on the field for the washington team that was good to see but now truth be told that these guys are capable but at the end of the day. Here's a theme usual suspects man. Until i'm telling you man. It's going to be aaron rodgers and tom brady or drew brees. Tom brady or tom. Brady and aaron rodgers drew brees aaron rodgers one of those comments. And it's sad that somebody out of the east opportunity to even play in the playoffs. I'm sorry but that's sad. Shouldn't be allowed when you're that utilize. What almost caught myself. Man almost said when you're that lousy you don't deserve to be out on a football field playing and getting paid way that these guys get paid. Yeah said it. There's a few things i'm gonna say man today. That are absolutely truthful. And that's one of them who've that's embarrassing. The jetsons embarrassing gays. How how the hell. How the hell does that dude. Avid job still. It's crazy absolutely crazy man. I'll tell you what it's gonna be the usual suspects. The colts earned a lot of respect for me. 'cause they took a step back and then they steadied the ship by going to the texan or the titans. I'm sorry and beating that team. And and honestly like derrick henry that the guy that we talk about week in week out of being a beast depending on whatever cooked us. I'll tell you a double cooks guy. W cook is my dude. That's my guy man. I think. I think he's the best running back in the league. I really do. And i changed my mind. I think that devante adams could be the best receiver. And i still do think he could be the best wide receiver. But there's a big down there because he's got to stay healthy like it even came into play in the game with the packers against the jags on sunday because he was unable to stay on the field the whole time. Yeah he kept playing. And i know. He scored a touchdown but he he was unable to keep going ahead to keep him out so if he could stay healthy yeah he could be the best wide receiver. But i'll tell you what i'll tell you who i do. Think is the best running back. And i do think that is dalvin. Cook the best running back in the game as dalvin cook derrick henry. You don't wanna see that dude running at you but either one of those guys can carry it like twenty to thirty times and do it. We can a week out and have no problem and tell you what since. I said i thought the davante adams could be the best wide receiver. I'll tell you who is the best wide receiver. I saw him play against the cardinals today. And i'll tell you what you really really good. It's not diop. Who had a fantastic game. Don't give me give me going. Because i love to and people probably do. Did you see that catchy. I saw the catch. It was freaking amazing. The throw was ridiculous. The catch was probably even more ridiculous. The play outstanding amazing. It's y you play the games for sixty minutes. That's why you do it okay. But but here's the deal. I did see who i think. Is maybe the best wide receiver in the game. Right now. truth be told and again. Not deandre hopkins. Who had a beast of a game seven catches hundred. Twenty seven yards the touchdown the one at the end of the game. But it's my dude man. It it stefan digs like that guy is really really good. Really good so i think stefan digs is maybe the best wide receiver in the game right now or at least josh allen is finding that guy the most and putting them in the best position to make plays week in week out so to me. He looks like the best wide receiver in the game. But there's a lotta guys man. You can make an argument. I get it. Don't wrong. I get it but maybe maybe that's kind of the theme. Is that even though. Some things have changed with ya. These dudes who are ready to take the torch and run with it like a collar. Murray or josh allen maybe even a to maybe even a guy like justin. Herbert who obviously that. The chargers lost but they plan to and the dolphins right. You know these guys are ready and wanting to take that next step. It's the usual suspects man. You're going to have to like seriously. 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You gotta stop putting smash everybody to pay front of stand now. The one right here on sports overnight america. Welcome back everybody and vang and out with you here on the famous fell week. Ten of the nfl rewind on sports overnight. America and i left you at the break. And i said i was going to talk to you a little bit about amar jackson because i i've learned a little bit about this guy and as much as i love the way that he throws himself around on the football field. I'm going to go out and said this guy won the mvp a year ago. And he's definitely taken a step back. And i would say that keiler. Murray is a better version of what they envision lamar jackson being able to be and is only in his second so just kind of let that it for a moment. We're all over lamar jackson. The dude already won an mvp and this year he has taken a serious step back at least in my opinion And there's a couple of reasons for it. Okay it's not all on the mar first and foremost Do you know who any of their wide receivers are. If i told you willie snead the sixth. Or whatever if i said mark andrews who you would know because he's a really solid tight end if i tell you devon devon. You're gonna look at me and say dude. I don't know who these guys are door. And i'm say to you i get it and to me. That's the biggest problem for lamar jackson and for him to take the next step into being a quarterback that can throw the ball downfield. Have that be something that you're afraid of which are afraid of live with lamar. Is him beating you with his legs. And quite frankly eleven carries fifty five yards and for the team. Twenty eight carries and one hundred fifteen yards. That's not gonna do it. I'm sorry that ain't gonna do it on the other hand. You look at what the eagles are. I'm sorry the new england patriots were able to accomplish one hundred seventy three yards on the ground cam. Newton didn't have to do much guy had thirteen of seventeen hundred eighteen yards. One touchdown no-one receptions That's big but but again. Lamar jackson is not going in the right direction. Not exactly sure all the reasons but one of them is definitely. This doesn't have enough weapons. Need a guy that he can go downfield to and you can't have it be mark andrews. Your tight end. It just can't be that guy. He can't be your best wide receiver. So i think that they need to go out and get him some help. What what we saw from that guy. Last year was the fact that nobody had enough tape on the mark jackson and therefore he was able to run rampant. All over the nfl. Now they've they've been able to shut or midnight that shut it down because you're never gonna shut it down. But they have been able to minimize. What lamar jackson is able to do to you on a regular basis therefore minimizing what he can do on the football field because you try to make him go out and pass the ball and he winds up throwing interceptions and he doesn't have the ability to hurt you with passes down the field need to get this guy some help that's another takeaway another big takeaway from what i'm watching. 'cause they're not going anywhere. They're not winning any super bowls. And i don't know if anybody's winning a super bowl as long as patrick mahomes is playing for the kansas city chiefs so it may all just be for not for everybody else. They may just be playing for second place anyway but again tell. That's a thirty other teams. I think they would tell me. Listen man you're nuts. We got a shot. I i don't know we'll find out. Because i do think patrick mahomes is just that freaking good and it could be the mvp every single year every single year that he goes out as it could be the mvp because he can do things that nobody else can do quite frankly. That's where we're at. So watch that guy. I enjoy that guy and and just watch the greatness. Because it's going to happen right before your eyes. But i'll tell you what another another thing i gotta get to. Because i haven't talked about it enough. You heard me talk about kyla. Murray the play of the day being maybe the moment of the day but man. Oh man that. The steeler team is just so consistent. Okay they they. They play great defense week in week. Out the offense they can hurt. You say what you want man. They got a salad running. Game honor and big ben roethlisberger. This guy's gonna win you a lot of football games and you know what this guy may when super bowl to be quite honest so the steelers. They're legit you know. I said we're going to start finding out who some pretenders are and who the contenders are. The steelers are definitely a contender. The ravens you're going to hear me say a baby. The ravens are pretenders. Yep the ravens are pretenders steelers are contenders in my mind another contender and it's on the other side. That's the new orleans saints. They are a contender and they have a shot to have. And i don't think this means much because there's no fans really in the stands or limited amount of fans in the stands right. They may wind up having the best record in the nfc. Or maybe it's the green bay packers. Who will get to in a little bit. But but the saints are definitely there contenders. I love alvin kamara. man. I this guy is he. He's maybe under appreciate might be the best. Might be okay so christian mccaffrey. In my humble opinion the most versatile guy because he can go out of that backfield and he hurts you running and he can not not the greatest as far as blocking but seems to get the job done but it's just so versatile okay. This guy is another one of those. So versatile dudes seven receptions. He he can carry the ball. He had a couple of touchdowns at least on the day from not mistaken. The guys fantastic right again. Saints have a lot of weapons. I talked about taste some hill. I love that dude again. Watching the game with my dad. Dad's like drew brees. No doubt that that guy's just he's just a bad ass football player that they can play any position. Throw me in the game coach. I'll i'll help you out that. That's what he does seriously guys amazing the saints at their legit. Okay the niners. They started their way to being done this year if they weren't already done. Nick mullins actually isn't terrible but the forty niners. They're a mess. They're just to banged up. And sometimes when you're to bang-up this is the result. You just kind of one of the seasons where you're like okay. We're we're going to battle. We're gonna play hard and we're gonna wind up losing a lot of games though so the niners are definitely pretenders. Rams seahawks all right. This is a pretty good football game for the most part The rams were able to get on top and then they just kind of maintain their lead to be honest with you. Jared goff was solid. Russ russ is my guy because i picked him to be the mvp. But i i have seen some kinks in the armor from russ over the past couple of weeks like when this guy throws interceptions. They kind of come in bunches to a certain degree. So little bit of cause for concern about the seahawks also not sold on defense so but legitimately these two teams are contenders in the nfc. Do they have enough to get them over the hump. Do i think better than new orleans or tampa tom. I don't know. I really don't know and again i don't know if homefield even matters field advantage i don't. I don't think it matters when you don't have that many fans in the stands it's like you can lace them up and let's just see what happens. You're basically playing on a neutral field right. Are the cardinals and the bills. Both just outside of being contenders or are they minimal contenders i think there are minimal contenders and i think what hurts. Both of these guys Teams and the quarterbacks is their lack of experience but at the same time sometimes ignorance is bliss and like kyle grown up. That passed away then. He threw it up. And you know what it was. The health freakin murray. That that got answered man like he must have gone to church seriously like they had an opportunity to go to church in the morning. Maybe he did that before the game. Because it was the hell murray that took place and this guy was able to get done. Hoisting that ball to deondraye. Look the bills. Have a solid defense. The cardinals have solid defense. However both these teams wander putting up points and what makes their defense is. Solid is not necessarily that they're going to hold you to twenty points or less because nobody holds anybody to twenty points or less than the nfl like the the packers had a terrible day. They still scored twenty four points. But here's the deal cardinals and the bills. Both have the defenses that can make plays. They're both like minimal contenders offense. I don't think we have enough yet. To know raiders. They're starting to be on the outside. Just looking at it being a contender. I talked a little bit about tampa tom. They're definitely a contender. Okay we know that again. This is part of the usual suspects tampa. Tom and the buccaneers are going to be there. It's going to be them or it's gonna wind up being The new orleans saints playing the green bay packers most likely a combination of these three in again. If somebody can get hot late will wind up. What happens The green bay packers are definitely a contender. I do think they have some issues stopping the run. I do think they have some issues in the passing game but quite frankly because of the way the league is today. Every team has problems at times defending. And when it's your team it just feels like it's more often than the other teams but quite frankly The green bay packers have known. Rogers this dude is so good. Very very rarely makes mistakes made another one against the jaguars which i think was somewhat interesting but Do their contender. Okay bottomline there contender. Browns they're borderline contenders man. That running game is legit. So that's what is always gonna make them a little bit scary less baker more of nick chubb more of kareem hunt. They've got a legitimate shot to win. Football games titans are aborted line contender. But they're losing stock. I don't think they have big play ability outside the exception of derrick henry. This guy is a gamer. i love him. Give him the ball feed the beast. He can get it done. Colts are interesting and the colts have kind of built a little bit of step in the door of man's humble and i've said it to you for a few weeks now. They went out and they got philip rivers to be. The difference maker will be the difference maker which funny because jacoby got in the game. So he did score a touchdown running and everybody was loving it. It's a weird unique situation there but allegedly they feel like this guy should be the difference maker. I hear the music. I know i gotta take a break and obviously i'll come back like always do role with you in my parting. Shot man dorfman loves the party shot. It's the world famous. Nfl rewind week. Ten of the nfl rewind. Right here on sports overnight america. Have you written a book. 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Ten of the nfl rewind gonna run through the scores on a rapid pace for you real quickly one more time before i get the heck out of dodge patriots. Twenty three seventeen over the ravens. Thirty six to ten bengals. Only team to stay undefeated are the steelers. Thirty six to ten over the bengals saints twenty seven to thirteen over the niners rams twenty three sixteen over the seahawks. We have a log jam in the nfc west because a three weights. High with the cardinals. Winning thirty two to thirty over the bills. Dolphins twenty nine twenty one over the chargers rate as data rate as thirty seven to twelve over the broncos forty six to three for tampa time. And the buccaneers getting another victory giants. Twenty seven seventeen over the eagles if you can tell haven't spoken much of that division. 'cause it doesn't need to be talked about yet get the five hundred. Maybe we'll talk about you. People packers twenty four twenty over the jaguars. Lions thirty to twenty seven over the browns over the washington team leading. The texans tend to seven and then the thursday game colts feeding the titans. So man oh man all right got to leave you with that parting shot. Like i always do look man at the end of the day. We can say we want to say. But i'm telling you right now. It's week ten. And i'm gonna tell you. What making a bold serious bold prediction look out people. it's going to be the usual suspects. Aaron rodgers tampa. Tom maybe drew bees. Patrick mahomes they're all coming back to the party. Check it out if you don't believe me and you know what we'll see how it all unfolds in the next few weeks all right. Thanks scott who makes it all happen for me here on the world famous. Nfl rewind mandatory if it is sports overnight america. Take care of everybody. We'll talk to you next week. You're listening to the hot land. Use feed radio network at live dot hotline newsfeed dot com. 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In minnesota where the headwaters of three continental size water shuts says he would like to see laws strengthened so that developers and regional planners couldn't exploit exemptions this is my clifford for public news service member and listener supported heard on radio stations across the nation and viewed on free speech tv. Now live with a call from phoenix. Your host andy. good morning. Good afternoon. Like i always say to people. I got absolutely no coupe. We'll time it is for you. I just know it is the world famous. Nfl rewind we ten of the world famous nfl wind. Right here on sports overnight. America with me andy door. Welcome in everybody. We've ten did not disappoint once again. Just amazing stuff happening on the football field and you might think the most amazing thing was the fact that the patriots and cam newton pass lamar jackson and the ravens and a sloppy wet mess out there on the football field but no no no no no cuyler. Mercury was not to be outdone out dueled in the desert by one josh allen. Because wow you wanna talk about trauma you wanna talk about. Wait until the last second. You wanna talk about making something happen when you do not think it's possible. That's what my man murray did for the arizona cardinals and catapulting is guys with a victory. Thirty two to thirty great past de happened. Would seriously you. You cannot talk about a better transaction. Then d. hop has been for the arizona cardinals Unbelievable so yeah. That's going to be a lot on the door of man's mind here on the nfl rewind. We tend style. Can't believe we are this far into the nfl season only a like two months left. It's insane when you think about it. All right so Packers they kind of stumbled a little bit not as an impressive victory. Excuse me by any means over. The jaguars has something about them in the sense that even when they don't play well dave to get it done so gotta like that buccaneers. Wow they kind of lit the The panthers up and as soon as teddy bridgewater went out of the game that that kind of seem to get away from them in quick fast and in a hurry and speaking of that i got to get the heck out of dodge to a break. Real quick fast hurry. I got a lot on my mind man week. Ten of the nfl really right here on the world. Famous nfl rewind sports overnight. America with me anti-tory back took off airlines have just reduced their prices even more book thirty days in advance and save big. Want the absolute lowest prices on your airline tickets then. Call the low-cost airlines travel hotline right now for prices so low. We can't publish them anywhere. The only way to access our low rates and save up to seventy percent is to call save hundreds on your vacation tickets by calling right now. You can fly anywhere in the world and paid discount prices on your airline tickets book a flight today to london. Paris madrid or anywhere else. You wanna go and pale lot. 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Sports check out the post two comments engaged with us there. It's fun to leave me. It's a it's a blast. It really is but speaking of a blast man. You would've thought another story line would be that. The steelers remain the only undefeated team in the nfl. But again i just think the kyla murray situation pretty much trump's just about anything for lack of better words. Um with what i just said but just so happens to be true. This dude is playing ridiculous out there on the football field and Just just an amazing place so mesmerized. By what that kid is doing in only his second season seriously man Just incredible. I couldn't run through the scores for you. And then get the standings as well. Patriots beat the ravens. Twenty three to seventeen steelers remained undefeated. Like i said thirty. Six ten over the bengals saints twenty seven to thirteen over the forty niners. And i'll tell you what that might be the start of the end for the forty niners i will. We'll talk about a lot of stuff. Believe me we'll we'll break it all down rams twenty three sixteen over the seahawks and again russell wilson and those guys stumbling a little bit and got ourselves three way tie because The cardinals got a victory thirty two to thirty over the bills. That was a great game once again. Just a fantastic game that literally came down to the last seconds of the game and don't look now to a time in miami looks to be working pretty well. Twenty one twenty nine. The dolphins beat the chargers the raid as they continue to play extremely well at least in my mind. Thirty seven to twelve. They beat the broncos like i said buccaneers tampa. Tom in the boys. Got it going Thought they would especially after what happened to him against the saints. Buccaneers forty six twenty three over the panthers. Giants twenty seven over seventeen Twenty seven seventeen over the eagles. And i'll tell you what that divisions lousy it's terrible and it's kind of a hot mess so in a weird way. I'm sort of looking forward to see who comes out of that thing. Because they don't deserve to but someone's going to packers twenty four twenty over the jaguars. Lions do not lie down. All the way made them real close but they do win. Thirty twenty-seven that team from washington and then the browns get tight one over the taxes. And thank god for nick. Chubb coming back. Because he made a huge difference on the ground and the rushing tag attack is back for the cleveland browns. And like i've been telling you the recipe in my humble opinion for success for the cleveland. Browns is less of one baker. Mayfield more of nick child. More of kareem hunt. You get the picture. Okay so i do want to run through the standings for you as well get you caught up to speed on what. I'm thinking kind of playoff picture as well this that and the other okay. Buffalo bills miami dolphins. This is going to be fun. Made josh allen young up and comer got to Obviously this guy has been thrown into the mix and so far so good he and fitzpatrick magic to a magic and fitzpatrick magic. Have put together a five win streak for the miami dolphins the bills Seven three they're six and three. The patriots keep themselves a little bit alexa because they got the victory at and five. And the ats jets yet jets. They just absolutely stink owned nine. If you lose to the jets you might wanna think about losing your man card like no joe. All right steelers only undefeated team obviously getting a little bit of room in that division now over baltimore with their loss to the patriots. Steelers will ravens six and three cleveland. Six and three. That'll be fun to see That race right there Cincinnati out of the mix too and six colts six three leading that division with the titans at six and three but Calls coming off of their win and the titans coming off of their loss. Houston texans to in seven jacksonville. One in eight. Kansas city on their by week they are eight and one. Double rate is six and three broncos chargers both not in the mix Three and six and two hundred seven respectively eagles still on top of that division. As bad as it is three and five and one is there mark jets. I'm sorry giants the other lousy team coming out of that neck of the woods. Three and seven washington and the cowboys. Both two and seven green bay. Packers seven and two bears in minnesota. They gotta be game on monday night. So we'll see what happens. There lie downs for five. And what's interesting about. This is that they put themselves back in the mix as far as at least playing it. At least playing a spoiler in the mix of things. 'cause they're good enough to beat anybody but batt bad enough to lose anybody if that makes any sense to you okay Look mattie staff can up may stafford can throw the football at times so now. Exactly sure what you're going to get out of the light but foreign five making them interesting. And i'm telling you what if the vikings can keep it rolling. Look out for the vikings they could get hot saints seven and two fucking ears right on their trail. At seven and three falcons and carolina both added this thing at three and six now the best division in all the football is definitely the nfc west where we have a three way tie myers own a car. And i'm claiming them. Because as you listen to the show it tells you a country from phoenix arizona. I can claim to teams green bay packers born and raised in the great state of wisconsin living in arizona. Obviously now and i do follow this team very closely. And i do like this team. So i've got two teams. I can claim. And i'll tell you what this is. The best team the best division in all football three teams three teams are six. Three one team is four and six and they're playing with a backup quarterback and they're still out there competing week in and week out but cardinals rams seattle all six and three definitely the best division in of the nfl. Well okay. So what is my thought about. What i'm seeing league. 'cause i know it'd be going to a break in a moment or two again. Get at me on twitter at storefront. Follow me on. Facebook door funds sports like the fan page getting gauge. Talk to us buffalo bills. I like them. But they're not that listen and not a super bowl team not gonna happen miami dolphins. I like them. I don't think they're super bowl team but their team. That could shock you and upset you. Okay pittsburgh their steady as all hell. That's what i'm learning their steady as all hell baltimore okay. I'm going to say it. I'm gonna i'm gonna come out and say because you know. I love lamar jackson. But i'll tell you what i don't love. I don't love the fact that i've seen this guy progress in the way that he needs to to be able to help that football team be a legitimate super bowl contenders. So i'm worried about the baltimore. Ravens cleveland they continue to stay in the mix. Okay the colts. They built some stock because they were able to beat the titans. So i like that. I really do the chiefs sometimes. You can gain stock by not playing football. That's what they did the raiders. They built some stock with me to be honest with you. I like i like what i'm seeing. Are derek carr and these guys. The eagles nfc east. It's a joke. It's a complete joke seriously. Green bay packers that they are legitimate. Okay whether you think. I'm a homer or not. I happen to tell you the truth as to when i have to be objective. If they stink. I tell you they stink. When they're pretty good. I tell you they're pretty good. And you know what the green bay packers are pretty good. I think we'll find out if the bears are any good on monday night. That's what i think. We'll find out the saints i. I think they're good. I think they're legit ears. I think they're legit. And i'll tell you what you can make a serious argument that everybody in the nfc west besides the forty niners. Are they take a break. I'll do that. Amanda door listen to the world famous. Nfl rewind right here sports overnight. America is sports overnight. America are you sixty plus and love to travel introducing the senior travel discount network brought to you by low cost airlines. Call us anytime day or night and save up to seventy five percent on your airline and hotel reservations. We can help you. Save a ton of money to fly almost anywhere. We have inside discounts over five hundred airlines and five hundred thousand hotels worldwide. And when you call and mentioned the discount code sixty plus we'll give you an extra free night with your qualified air and hotel reservation now. 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Sports and back into week ten of the nfl because Hard to believe seriously very hard to believe we are past the halfway mark. Kinda getting down to the point where we're starting to see who the pretenders are and who the contenders are and once again. I'm just gonna call it way. S for the most part. There's obviously going to be exceptions to every rule. But when you look at who is manning the colts. It's philip rivers old crafty veteran. When you look at who is manning the packers. It's obviously aaron rodgers. One of the greatest. When you look at who's doing it for the tampa. Bay buccaneers it's tampa time and need i say anymore. I don't have enough rings or enough finger enough fingers for the rings dude. Got on one hand. so enough. Said the raiders. We got jerry car. Guy that i think is pretty capable. And then you'd look at the dolphins with two other than you're gonna say well doesn't make sense. Well i know. I said there's some exceptions to the rule and quite frankly to a is a little bit different in the sense he played obama. The guy is relatively seasoned in the sense of he seeds some big dudes come at them before and he does know how to handle some and quite frankly. I'll tell you what the dolphins defense has done. A hell of a job for this kid. So i i haven't. I don't think we know enough yet about this guy to quite quite frankly to judge them. So i'm going to leave it as incomplete but you'll see the theme here and again this another one of those exceptions because both these teams have younger guys and the cardinals and the bills but cuyler you know obviously came out with a lot of high hopes. Same josh allen for that matter so to see these guys playing well. It's not surprising or shocking. In if you listen to me week in and week out usually have a theme about what i'm talking about. Not quite sure what. My theme is yet but last week the theme was is that the younger guys are to step up in moments and be able to beat some of the older guys. And all i can say. Is that carla. Murray and josh allen are both real quality quarterbacks and up in commerce that can absolutely take the mantle and run with it They can go man. So i i think the game is in a good place. That's the point but again the saints who's their quarterback well tastes them hill. Sometimes when they let that dude get a few snaps it was funny. I'm watching the games of my dad. And he's i go of drew. Drew brees heard on like no dad. that dude is just so good and you heard me talk a little bit about him. you can put him anywhere and he's going to hurt you. Taste of hill is bad ass. Sorry no other way to put it. Dude is bad ass makes plays makes people. Miss runs you over her shoe. Compla- quarterback compla- wide receiver. Running back you name it man. He's a football player. That that dude is a football player. You hear people talk about football players. That guy can. That dude is a football player. Love that guy on the real. Look their quarterback. Drew brees steelers. Who's their quarterback. ben roethlisberger. I are you getting the.

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So we're continuing on here just said this points preaching to acquire here but I I I'm you know unless you know unless Biden wins right which which would be an absolute absolute unprecedented disaster for this country I don't think we're going to see much of Joe if trump wins some sort of. Soaking it up right. And I mean, you know what I honestly, the guy, deserves to be made fun of I mean if he decides if this is how he wants to spend his golden years as a call it, right you know going. Doing one campaign events per per day and making a fool of himself on national TV and being the bane of existence of all these media, interns and political interns who have to. Make five different jump cuts for one sentence right for a campaign ad Sorry. I'm just GonNa live it up Yeah and so here we go and since. One of the things that buying a real nasty about was You know race issues in this country. And I think we've got me the most disgusted and angry out of his whole thing was just how So we're sanctimonious he was about himself Talking about how like he I mean his his behavior was like it I mean, it's sort of the same I. I got to same vibes from when Hillary Clinton said that you would. You would think that she was that she should be fifty points ahead or whatever where Biden gets up on stage and instead of talking to trump like he's a competitor for via. L. Be judged determined who the winner will be judged into determined by American people Treated trump is if he was like a pretender right usurp. That he should be the one. Who's you know by his divine right's right. Instead you know instead of divine, it's his you know he just has the he knows what right things to say to get the democratic. Party in the media on his side, he's totally controlled through blackmail and just generally being owned by. The. Deep State. Political. Establishment right you know that goes beyond Ivory Party. It's like they what they say the you could tell you judge a tree bias fruits and Biden is definitely a fruit from the. East Coast political machine, and it's it's rotten. Fruit is discussing a bunch of worms in it. It's all mushy. It's black mold growing on it. It's kind of fruit biden is and so Yeah and so this is some of the The crap that the media lets him get away with saying. Does Joe. Biden and take black people for granted. If you have a problem figuring out whether you're for mayor trump and you ain't black. Charlene the false God and it's so pathetic because I gotta say. In his case it shows a pretty good example of like via duality or whatever you WANNA call it between between the alternative media and the mainstream media where. The mainstream media they covered. Charlemagne. The false God this week saying that Oh he finally came out he endorsed Biden. He doesn't really like Biden and he likes Kamala Harris and you know there's been too many white men in politics and then on the right wing alternative media for writing that Charlotte Guide and admits or said. He conceded as to why he you know y black voters would vote for vote for trump but I mean what? What? An uncle Tom, what a house and I can't can't save a recipe but you know what I mean You know for a overseer on Democrat plantation where Biden makes what's the what's probably most likely be worst gaffe of this campaign on that guy show on his podcast and where he says if you don't vote for if you don't know whether to vote for him, then you're not black. And then he goes out votes for Biden. Anyway. Especially after threat out after Beind said that he didn't really you know call him out or say you know well, that's inappropriate or what the fine I do understand is at the end of the show. But he said I'm going to give Biden on next again and we're going to ask him tough questions and other. I don't think that happened or at least nothing interesting came of it. So very, very pathetic and this is why video. This is one of the many you know many reasons are many things that's keeping the. Black community in this country under oppression and keeping them down our people like Charlene God actually pull up the Malcolm. Is We'll be on twitter. It's the the Malcolm X. quote about liberals. what was it leaders? Black where should I hope if this video? Hero. Kith. Tony Novado leaders that they call leaders, this included Lena Horne, this included Dick Gregory and this included comedians comics trumpet players baseball players. Show me in the white community where a comedian is a white leader show me in the white community where else singer isn't widely Steve Harvey Dancer Trumpet Player is a leading. These aren't leaders. These are puppets and clowns that have been set up over the white community and over the black community by the white community and have been made celebrities and usually say exactly what? They know that the white man wants to hear and that's exactly that's exactly the case with Oprah it's a case with. as I said, Charlemagne to false, it's the case with my way it was Lebron James Jay Z. A. B. on say I mean for all I ever horse to some record company owned by someone who's Who's WHO's not black obviously know in many cases. Or Horse to community like mainly hall freemasonry or via what's the order of eastern star I think and I wouldn't be surprised Kamala Harris a member of that. But I continue poor kids are just as bright and just as towns white kids personal. Actually. That's my dad's favorite log gaffe. I four kids are just as bright and just as towns white kids personal I was actually very it was hurtful. I would have to have like motor question liking the. Old White Men WHO HAVE THE MOST? Okay. Here we go. Yeah. This is this clip I mention of Charlemagne Fall skied racist legislation towards Blackie y the you know the top two front runners when it comes to the blackhawks know Joe Biden and Bloomberg. Prison tunnel trump does not take black people for granted. That's why he's given them billions of dollars of Was GonNA say people's tax money but now mo- most likely money's been a printed out of thin air. Feel about President Trump I'm very grateful that he was assigned for step bag the saints they're interviewing rocks fair to for who obviously support trump. Folks they voted for me voted for president trump because president trump made promises to voters needs keeping the promises. So without any question you look at his legacy, it will be his accomplishments office frankly helping in many many ways, African Americans I heard President Trump's commitment. To the folks have returning home the promise that he made. A bunch of talking heads now so Oh Yeah. Here we go. So now they did the death toll keeps getting higher and higher and part of me wonders if maybe it's like it's not just being stupid or just making a gaffe like maybe they give Kamala. Harris saying that I'm quite a few a lot more people died of a corona virus van you know was is apparently evidence on partly wonders if they give these big number gaffes as a way to like subconsciously panic people. Right where I mean even though it might not make any sense at two hundred, twenty million people died from the corona virus just in the past several months but on the inside, it's just still gives them the message, right so people the the idea that you know like a lot of people more people than than necessary are dying. So here we go. We're looking at over two hundred, twenty, million Americans who just in the last several months died. So two, hundred, twenty, million Americans, who in the past few months died. We're looking at over two hundred, twenty million Americans. Who just in the last several months died and. She says, I, have a smile to. The prime phase of life During which we mold and shape and direct someone to become a productive adult. What's the other thing we know about this population and it's a specific phase of life. Remember Age is more than a chronological fact. What else do we know about this population eighteen through twenty four? They are stupid. Describing. Her voters that is why we put them in dormitories and they have a resident assistant. Make really bad decision. Yeah. Like going to college voting for. These fucking demon, which is like you God man woman invaded. It's like why Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine. Why it's like the opposite I why do they have to get the most unlikable people imaginable to rule over US right at least with Tim Kaine Hillary Clinton it was. 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But I mean if a really is, is indeed a video of Hunter Biden with a kid as a lot of people are alleging. And you know essentially staking for careers on her may maybe not him with a kid but for some sort of child pornography on VAT laptop I you know it's I. think that's the only thing really that'll make a huge difference. Because I mean people know the Democrats are corrupt. You Know Hillary Clinton meeting with Va Russians are. Thinking was her meeting with them on a tarmac or maybe it was muller himself meant Vermont of Tarmac but anyway. So this latest update envy. Laptop from Hell Scandal. So they negotiated for about six months. It's all over the laptop and the eventual deal I can take you through all the Mutation combinations, but the eventual deal the following. Two sets of parts Chinese bites. Three Chinese Communists on one side funding it and Hunter James the uncle and brother of Joe and James Wife I believe her name is Sarah. They're going to be the American parts or vis I didn't know and trump brought it up last night where apparently it's not just Hunter's son of Joseph Hunter who is involved in Biden's. You know corruption it was his brother. It was I think was he said his brother had something to do in Iraq? I. Mean You know what they call it to Biden crime family for good reason. The Chinese are going to put in ten million dollars a year for the Biden's. Plus fifty percent of the profits. Over that. For All to be divided among all the partners and. Provide the office space. Provide cars all the things that go with a very big business. And then there's there's a there's a secret memo. That spells out the real partnership and the secret member is a list of who the real partners are. and. At the very end it says. Ten percent. Dash H for the big guy. So. Now, we gotta figure out WHO's the big guy. If you go to emails later you see A. Email from hunter to the woman who setting up the Office for this joint American Chinese company called Hudson West. And the first key that's ordered is for Joe Biden. and. The second key is for Joe Biden. And the third key is for James by then you go on and on through the partners. So you put those two together. And you say, Hey, Joe's partner here. Right needs. It's from please TV. So Trump brought that up to last night where he said he's like Oh maybe you're a big Guy Joe or maybe not. So I think definitely, trump is onto him should actually I didn't even know. Glenn. Beck. was on twitter. Oh actually, this is interesting. It is not an. But the kind of commission that Robert Wright is describing many on the left want it is not enough for trump to be voted out of office. Americans who put him there must be punished. They don't want reconciliation. This is retribution. Because the left doesn't really simply loathe Donald Trump. The left loathes you you. Know that that sounds very familiar to something i. saw me my saw in some of the cute on people push around where. He Goes Bat. It shows like trump looking at the camera smiling and it says that vernal really after me rafter you, I'm just in the way. And I mean, honestly whatever trump's whatever his intentions are. That is that is accurate to a certain extent because. What law? Got Hillary and do a lot of trouble into two thousand sixteen campaign was when she said that was like half of trump's supporters she puts into something called a basket of deplorables where you know that's about a quarter of a country righty. Roughly or at least a of a country that matters right because they say, oh, majority people don't vote. Well. Okay. Then I mean it's like You not they don't matter as people, but when we're talking about politics. But It's yeah. Yeah. That's of ever. That's my view of it vespas people, right. It's not just you know trump's family or trump's team She said that about the American people so I mean you know maybe let's say if my my my like overall arching. Seventy. Seventy Inter dimensional chess areas, right? Invent trump is just say a bag man not not magnets are a cleaner or a fixer for a child. I mean still I he is timing you know ver is a valid interest in getting him reelected because if left you know to wins and takes over. And they get to you know prosecute trump or you know and have proven reconciliation. Commission's then it's going to be you know it's going to be worse than why Mar America it's going to be like a May it's going to be like after you know after apartheid where you know Common practice in very end. I don't know well, now it's encouraged by the government by some people in the government South Africa to kill whites on. Yeah. It's going to be a terrible situation here in this country for people who care about freedom if the left wins, that's why it's so important that trump. Gets reelected. You know that to be true because you've seen it in those. Progressive Republicans. That promise you one thing and then they go in and do whatever they want, whatever they're told because Bush, they don't think you're smart enough to get it. I do. Oh, Yeah Glen. So yeah. That's go. I haven't heard from Glenn Beck in quite a while actually stopped I actually stopped listening some pitchers. Absurd, you know I saw listening to Glenn Beck when he was when he made a comment about was stabbing trump on stage and then he had his guy who wrote vis vis shitty book Yeah. Actually do remember his name but I'm not gonNA NOT GONNA. Repeat who said that if trump was his back when when Glenn Beck was like really really stumping hard for Ted, Cruz. And this offer, right this Patriot offer cities well, if trump gets in and he starts violating, the constitution is going to be up to a Patriot Patriotic American take them out and Glenn Beck is like Yes yes of course, and he gets another visit from the secret service you know because you can't. You can't do that on VCR. Remember to he said, if he was on a debate stage news via Republican primary debate, he said. He would turn trump and just start stat actually I gotta find it now. Glenn Beck threatens trump. I gotta find that clip. Oh yeah and then I remember when Glenn Beck Went on to. He went on. Hannity with his hand and his hat and apologized for. Shit got got David he can't find anything these days he went on Hannity and he with his hat in his hand and you know Sean was like Glenn. I gotta call you out You say you compare trump to Hitler and his supporters to Nazis and you know, Glenn, Beck, obviously looked very embarrassed And he said well, I miss judge trump. forever thing that he's doing for Israel and you know. This is Ria. while. Jesus released can't find Can't find any bulk anyways. Well, it's unfortunate but. Was stabbed trump. Here we go. Jeez. I know I. Agree. I will not support him as a nominee I. Agree with you. I think the only one that had. An. Okay answer an okay. Answer was Ted because he made it on. He made it on his I. Gave My word. I gave You my word and I'M NOT GONNA go back on my word I. think that was an okay answer. Everybody else was about the party his was about his word but. I, don't know what I would have done if I were sitting in their shoes. I say it that way if I were on the stage, I would've said, have you been listening to him tonight Rice I've been listening to what I say about him. I actually, I. Stadiums, yeah, I. GotTa sit in would be better audio Glenn in their shoes the. Shoes if I were close enough and I had a knife. Really. Stabbing. So. Very go Glenn Beck talking about a presidential candidate on the stage if I had a knife, the stabbing wooden stop. I just want to see if I get quickly find. It quickly fun I I'm I'm not going to be able to find it but. Shit. All right. Well I'm going to take us out to commercial on the I'd save my favorite Glenn Beck Quote of all, Time. You know it took me about a year to start hating the. Nine Eleven, victims families took me about a year. And I had such compassion for them and I really you know I, wanted to help him and I was behind you know let's give him money. Let's get started. You know all of them two, thousand, five by voice stuff and I really didn't you know all the three thousand victims families I don't hate all of them. I hate about probably about ten of them all. 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Thank you why choose this user and Flat Blagojevich for via donations we have dirk to Salon de Asis. Malcolm X. would want to kill himself at looking at his people nowadays more than any right wing Rockstar Yeah. You know that reminds me from boondocks. Versus episode where Martin Luther King Junior is I don't know exactly how it you know i. i. only saw one clip from the episode but. He's like in present day and he goes to like some you know black church and he's going to speak at it and like you know via Congress refused to turn down their music and her dancing and stuff, and he goes anyways I it was a funny scene from from a great show. But Yeah Yeah, you're right I mean I mean that's the thing that's why that's actually a good good thing that you brought up because that's why they didn't want Malcolm X. around today. and to a certain extent, Martin Luther King Junior to I mean. They killed and L. K. because he wasn't of any use to them anymore and he was probably. Worth more dead than alive compared to Malcolm X. killed him because he was you know he he was starting to see through some of the Shit Nation of Islam was doing also apparently his experience in. Going on behind I think they call it where Muslims you know they have to make this. Make some sort of pilgrimage to the giant game cube. In Saudi. Arabia. When he was fair, you know in the Middle East he saw you know Muslims from the caucus mounds you know blue eyes red hair. He met all sorts of Muslims of different races and realize that people aren't totally aren't two different after all and of course it could have that so they banned the fucking shooting him. Fat Blagojevich says, it's likelier a Texas turns blue and Kelly going read well I. Do have I do have a Fred I wanna read. fucking on my thanks poppy. That talks about that. With with Biden saying that he's plans on doing away with the fossil fuel industry, right? Any Oh trump's really got him into a good corner last night about that because and it was smart to because with states like Ohio and Pennsylvania natural gas is huge. There I. Mean. There's a bunch of like really dirt poor beverly hillbillies style families who you know they they own this piece of land ever since Vm American revolution and. someway somehow you know some land speculator however some company says Oh you have natural gas here we could put a put a well or after what they call it a pump. You don't have to do anything you know and you get a check in the mail once a month for it and yeah, I mean that's bring a lot of people out of poverty and Joe Biden. The Democrats want to do away fat because they You know I one thing but cabal can't have it say strong lower middle class because you know that's they thrive on dominating people so but but. The thing that he said about oil to I, mean that's that's really gonNA kick him in the balls and taxes especially since we're trying to trying to flip it and I mean the only reason why Texas would flip is just because of illegal aliens coming in and. The Democrats coming in from California vs Shithole places that they ruined. Lion Ted was going on to shave ginger. All right. So here we go. So now trump put this out of suffering was would yesterday David debate I will soon be giving a Fr- I in television history full unedited preview of vicious attempted takedown interview of me by Lesley Stahl of sixty minutes. Watch her constant interruptions in anger compare my full flowing in magnificently brilliant in quotes answers to their cues. So He's given a shout out to Q.. Q. And on people. Did you say answer to their cues Mr President nothing will stop what's coming. On. And on on. On Hugh. To cure on. All right. So here go this is her not wearing a mask in the White House. Ever, ever Weirdos or wearing masks, but she's not total total hiatus people I mean. They hypocrisy is a worst out of all of it like at least with Biden and Obama you know you see them in public and they wear masks and shed verses like Faucher you take it off to smear at you. So, there's actually from lucrative. Hausky is getting a lot more based on on twitter. As of late you can't see what your boss isn't overlords don't want you to see Hunter Biden store laptop story it can't be verified said sixty minutes so When I gotta say it is a good idea for trump to record. These interviews because they could edit out of context they could revoke really do do a number on you. So by having your own backup recording, you could prove that you didn't say something and they spliced it or whatever. So if you're ever interviewed by these vultures by anyone really I recommended. The scene and you don't. Want to talk about because he can't be verified. Significant things. Of course, it can be verified. They found a laptop leslie. Listen. What be for. Why you said even the family has. The family on the left of. See. It's funny too when I trump gives look aside it's I mean I wonder if to it is if it's ideas, Mike Pence Malania or You know someone else there it's like he gives a look like you know I. Are you seeing this right now? Are you believing this? Yeah I mean the man has to deal with so much gas lighting and I mean this case in her and just listen to how desperate she sounds like, oh, we can't be verified all. She's like Schultz from of I, think what not to wrap patrol? What was it? It was at. That took place in a concentration camp not fat German guy. I know nothing right and that's that's pretty much what they are what they've been doing any time any time it comes to a democratic scandal they don't know nothin'. He's gone into hiding for five days she's got. These parrot. And five days to prepare I doubt. So. Let's get back to the name on. His name going let's get back to name calling. So apparently, this was released or at least a will be. Played out already. In Yourself. Discredited yourself when you say that. You're not gonNA cover by. You didn't ask him what flavor ice cream me has. Okay. Instead of why did to get three and a half million dollars from US care? Instead of wires an energy company paying your son one, hundred and eighty, three thousand knows a month or whatever they pay. You ever think too. Now that I think about it, they call him no experience hunter because he got a job without having any experience in the energy industry and also where he got kicked out of a Navy which I don't think it was a dishonorable discharge but. If you do get a dishonorable discharge, it's hard even to find work after that for some people so unlike. His office at Biden just pretends it's normal right where he says, Oh, you know my son I had no idea. My son got a job at this company right and it's like, yeah sure. They think we're stupid edge energy. You just yourself. Some shop founded. The source is Steve Bannon. I don't. A. Okay, it's actually this is interesting. Venus for sponsor says you know she? It has been verified is true. Right? I mean it is his laptop. And so they can attack that fact. So what they do is they attack the people who brought it out right? She's attacking Steve Bannon and Giuliani. Trump saying he has no idea about anything about them. Yeah. I mean that actually is a pretty decent response because it's not about them right? It doesn't matter if Giuliani. Tried to have sex of Borad's daughter or whatever stupid retarded a distraction behalf from this what matters is the Joe? Biden was using his position as presidents. To run a racket right to run an international multibillion dollar racket. Gentleman. I worked. It's a very important issue to find out whether or not abandoned corrupt who's running for president who's accepted money from China and from Ukraine and from Russia on the I think that's an important. It's incredible. The way you can try and say this and sit there. We they have not been investigated va laptop which just in the FBI sitting there gathering dust in the FBI for months since. Money is family from Russian. From Ukraine from giant and from other places and his brother who didn't have experience became a big builder in Iraq. Without experience, take a look at what's going on. And then you say that's shouldn't be discussed I'm saying it's the biggest scandal out there leslie. issue. I think it's I think it's one of the biggest handles I've ever seen so. Funny. Now, she's on the defensive. Now, trump is grilling her more of this coming up. Looking, for a great real estate investment consider New Hampshire, which is Ground Zero for the Labor movement. 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Myself a lot of people who vote for him, right his base as they call it. We like it when he's director I, like it when he scrapping and fighting these people. But I mean, you know we talk about these other voters who don't and it's it's like these. I don't know like this mythical milk toasts a conservative soccer mom who's not going to vote for trump because he was rude to an obvious lying. Propaganda is full of Horseshoe I. Mean. So but I think this was a decent move Sincere. Want to talk about because they can't be verified. Insignificant Things. Of course, it can be verified. She isn't it they found a laptop. Leslie listening. What's be just keep repeating it. Oh, they can't be verified it can't be verified. It just repeated it's like it's like a colts. Where they have the mantra Here we go. Yeah. This is what people are focusing on searcy. Why does trump need to use both hands when drinking out of his tiny glass? That was the worst part of Obamacare that's your. All that I. On Unpaid. That's ridiculous who the hell does that. Ridicules these barbarians? Yeah I. Mean that is sort of weird. I mean I know if they think that trump is like a t rex or something where his you know his arms or too small. Yes. I don't know why does that thing for water apart part some people think he does that just to make fun of make fun of them. Let's see here. have. issued. That you brought a lot of subjects. Improperly. began. End Right where people say he stormed out. So let's see. Let's see the truth behind this. Right from the beginning, the first question was. or It'd be tough questions. You set up the you I was president. I happen to me, this is going to be tough questions. I don't mind that. You set up. And say that. You said Oh let's have literally into and then here's what I do. You notice. Joe But. I. Still Your Interview Joel the. Did. A was a joke. They interview sixteen minutes I. See Joe by giving softball after so. It's like you know she she at least it sounds like her response was you know like you said, V. Interview Right a sixty minutes interview job I. Guess She thinks she's sixty minutes or whatever you know because that's and that's The Best Day throw at them. Lose to the shooter. Question that's. nope. She can't. She's like, okay why she she can't she can't deny it right because it's true to say. Okay. Well, let's forget that for and he's like it's like pushing the goalposts, right? Excuse me less. You, I say. Questions. So I mean, yeah. That's that especially with like ninety was like ninety one percents that negative media coverage of trump meets starting interview that way. Unless you, I must he was like you new person for a while and right? Okay. You know if it's like sometimes like friendships between journalists and interview subjects and if it's like, okay, I, like a legit scan. Oviously okay. Can't be just you know a softball interview but to come in and just immediately to be antagonists go being antagonistic. This is the first worrying. Until we have. something. Well. I think. Really. Okay. That's yeah. I mean people are saying. Break Oh he stormed out oh, he refused to finish it. It's like well, if they have five minutes left I, mean you know where she spent literally a minute before Badghis arguing with them about Her her treatment of her behavior and yet I mean it is just it looks like A. I. Mean. I didn't bother watching the whole thing because it looked like your shit show. Let's go for. Very avid so. This is what's been dominating the fucking news for a while actually no I didn't up until debated did but Yeah I mean. So I wonder how many people just won't tune-in To six in wealth I, mean pe- people are gonNA tune in anyways tune in anyway. So let's see here going onto the chat. We have she's got some was going on flat blog Vika making me hungry posted those didn't do nothin'. Fair. Cocaine gives you energy. Oh Yeah. That's right. You know part of me wonders if I didn't think nothing screamed at me adrenal chrome I should have checked his twitter to see of Joe Biden. You know had any ice cream before a debate, but I could have been I don't know what Joe Biden's hearts able to survive. You know snorting coke. Is the interview on Youtube. I think trump put it up on facebook I think check trump's twitter it should he should linked advair. Gosh shaded ginger says she thinks he does it was weird little things on purpose to make his detractors look crazy for calling them out. It's Eight D.. Chessy I've heard that too I mean it's certainly possible I think it's like What was that? We got our our of a friend of his show Jurado Texas claims like he tells people he's Jewish. So when they turn against him and they call him Jewish ver- Liars use some very bizarre thing but. Yet trump playing mind games of these people I mean I got US Africa. That's what it is just because just like to suggest that the man had a stroke because he and you'll trump's been drinking water very he's been you know drinking stuff like. Like like like he's a T. Rex withholding a teacup ever since you know twenty fifteen members so. Okay. Here we go. So now this is from all fifty news and this is key as a on account, but he posted interesting stuff occasionally. Donald J trump lost California by four million, four point two, million votes. To Turn California red. If the same number of people voted, all we need to do is flip the two point one million blue votes to read. So Judicial Watch won a lawsuit against Los Angeles County. Fair, forced to purge one point five, million vote voters off registration. How much you WanNa bet they were ninety percent Democrat voters I. Bet they'd are one hundred percent Democrat voters. Dead or people's pats one point five down in one point three five remove devotes probably going to replace them with. New Fake wants and talk about all of this Russia and Iran Bullshit on the election. Right. But you have judicial watch actually wins the lawsuit right to remove a bunch of fake voters on voter roll in visit I I'm hearing of this. Okay. So in the past four years in California, there's been Antifa rights and destruction wildfires state closures, mask mandates, business closures, increase taxes promised. Promise of fifty eight percent tax rates coming Biden illegal immigration financial hits. At in trump's boat parade in San Diego, which apparently had a lot of people many massive trump parades in the streets of many California cities including prominent blue areas and massive trump's sign sign in California highway. Well, I mean anyone with money could do that and like you know via parades in blue areas, it could just be people from Gerrad areas traveling for blue areas. Would you get California is going red barring no allowable cheating not intended and you obviously bars going to allow at least it looks like bars going to allow the cheating. So. Yeah. I mean really in mind you California used to vote read before Reagan. Why did you move to the Shire? I moved here to the Shire, because there's other people around who take liberty just as seriously as I do I moved to the shire because I saw videos of people challenging authority and thought that I could get support myself. It called to me like do this right now I wanted to be around people like me who got it and once I got here. I neither is nowhere else I wanted to be. I've always wanted to change the world so I, moved to the. Shire to join people who were actually working towards doing the same thing. 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Is pulling and reasoning for why California could possibly go read this You know I don't know I mean I think fraud I mean I think like when I say fraud I mean fraud in two ways one I mean the voter fraud and two I mean the media fraud Inva-. Gas Lighting, and people just being wrong right people voting against trump because they think he literally said that Mexicans were rapists or all Mexicans are rapists or that he called the troops bastards these people who don't know any better. And who follow the media. The media hoaxes and just believe everything they see on the TV. Yeah and even even some you know relatively intelligent people are buying into my you know my mother is by no means a stupid person, but you know she's an immigrant and. You know she She's immigrant from Canada and you know she believes all the shit that's on TV in the new. York. Times and things and it's just like, yeah, it's it's. It's obviously a more complicated than that. But if you're thinking trump lost supporting California in didn't gain support you're kidding yourself how many people are going to come out and vote who didn't twenty sixteen how many are excited for trump? How many for Joe Biden. Let's check out search term trends starting with seventeen be shocked. Oh yes. Seventeen McEwen on number or somebody fourteen, Eighty, eight of Q. People researching it And overseeing that like they're showing all these places that Hillary narrow loss but I mean, I, think Joe Biden is what he's much less capable than Hillary. He's also a lot less hateful so I think you know. So I mean we'll that balance it out or will he get more or you know perhaps less support cheated William Time? We'll tell. Let's compare to Maga. Search term. So. Hillary One, twenty states plus D C Nineteen of Vos Plus D. C. veteran atop thirty-five for searchers for Maga. Interest voted for Hillary and sixteen with New Mexico coming thirty eight all over sixty percent interest. So Yeah Naturally Alaska it's always read. So District of Columbia people are looking at Magi that's probably interns. Pennsylvania New York New Hampshire. Oklahoma. Hawaii I mean to seal the interest in trump and the campaign at least as increase talking about a red wave You know they talked about a red wave back in the was the twenty eighteen midterms and the opposite happened in fact. So now, just have some written articles here GonNa, go her for people who say it's too low. I. Q me just going through tweets and videos and stuff although it's been A. Actually a very big day tomorrow so I thought this was interesting this from spectator my week with obeying Antifa, mob and so. INVA- days when you can still watch a nature documentary without feelings. If you were sitting through a politics lecturer, I saw footage of a pack of smaller predators taking down in elephants at the time I remember thinking why don't you keep running? Why don't you knock verse often keep going strangely I thought about elephant again in a very different. Savannah of Portland Oregon. In recent years the city in the Pacific northwest has become famous for a variety of reasons and none of them. Good. One of as one long term resident said to me last week this used to be very civil town not anymore. Of course, every city in the West Madness had already existed here has been is aspirated by the coronavirus insuring decision to lockdown population and be economy as in cities across the united. Kingdom of businesses here are mainly closed many for good. Some were able to get through one lockdown, but very few could get through multiple lockdown sort depression to come. As a result downtown, Portland is a desolate dangerous place populated by homeless people who flooded into the area over recent decades, incentivized wing administrations, but allowed them to pitch for tents wherever they liked. In the main squares, unattended tables of food and drinks are set out for them to pick at but it isn't just an I think I. Think I knew a homeless person who left that area 'cause it's sucked. But. It isn't just the virus of reaction of the authorities that led to this wasteland but given the giveaways, the status of a few shops that are still open almost all have hard. Board affixed their remaining window. Some have bullet holes INVA- not fired by police the business that still do operate do so as in a city under siege. And you know what? Probably Idiots are still gonNA vote for the same fucking socialist. Democrats. That put him in a situation in the first place. Portland has been the epicenter of confusion that has afflicted a small number of activists in our own country that is taught the taught perception that they live in a patriarchal unequal cysts, Atarot Normative Irredeemable Racist Society. Well, I got to say that sounds like a step up from his current fucking. Children. Lord of the flies society we're living in. In Time has defamation sank in and caused a reaction for years, vicinity has been seeing regular rioting by the far left group Onta in the name of pursuing nonexistent fascists vs activists laid waste diversity dragged passing motorists from her cars hospitalized journalists whose reportings was dislodged de Disa- Blige ing turn vicinity into a first world slum. After the killing of George Floyd at the end of May protests in Portland were among the most violent in the US. It's just an idea of don't worry. So going on. In fact, the left-wing mayor forbade to police in working with federal forties to act meaningful against the writers. Forthcoming may election feeling candidate running against against him as an open supporter of Antifa? So they a pulled down every statue in public monument into city. Not just why not just the racist ones right. The every single one weekend before last it was Abraham Lincoln who fell. They said a monument of an elk on fire and pulled down. few Taurus will be returning for bats. The remaining state and federal buildings are boarded up graffiti over and abandoned. So yeah, I mean it sounds like some you know sounds like a city and in the Balkans right during you know the nineties I mean it just sounds like a total fucking hell on earth and people are happy about it. You know because Vega to sniff around farts and be smug about themselves. The summer of a president sent in federal guards against the wishes of local authorities. Today for remaining federal agents are are among the few targets and have left I joined. ANTIFA activists for a couple of nights this week. I was a fuck gentrification march with no policemen inside the activists, his us for own police force including outriders on motorcycles to block off roads and parade for streets. Screaming through megaphones at customers, the remaining bar bars and residents of an area where they claimed once lived in by blackened indigence families. The people who lived in many of these houses came out and put her fists in Vr or waived in solidarity most had be a lamb or don't hurt me posters in the windows. All were accused of living on stolen land by the mostly white marchers. Who's ever chance included wake up motherfucker wake up. later outside the ice, facility. They tried to burn it down again. anti factor is hurled projectiles at the board facility beating drums to work themselves up into violent frenzy vague crave which they never end up doing. They always run away when the cops get serious whenever variety get within a certain distance of doors only after sufficient siren warnings have been given the law enforce. Okay. So we've covered all this on the show. ANTIFA tactic is to provoke police. Into an act of violence on camera. So the activists men can claim they're being oppressed from every. From everything, I saw the police including being cleared from an alleyway at gunpoint long of a dozen or so anti activists I would say that most US federal agents have patience of saints. Yeah, when it's with the you know the house pets of the you know ver ver masters right. Sylvie image comes to mind of an elephant brought down by smaller predators. America's not being brought low by one beast by a whole pack of them. These predators include for not limited to ignorance educational failure ratio, indoctrination, pandemic poverty, narcissism boredom, and I think those those those two ones vary you know our ANTIFA pathology or whatever it's called Sylvan Narcissism and boredom the disappearance of the adults at belief that law enforcement is the enemy and much more well sometimes. Why America didn't throw off the first attacker and keep on moving a question. 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DOT FM to Dot L. RAN DOT FM. Okay final segment of the night. Let's see how much we get through. This is pleasant. Glenn Maxwell deposition unsealed after court ruling. A court document detailed information about going Maxwell and her relationship of late SEX OFFENDER JEFFREY EPSTEIN WAS UNSEALED COMA, sex as a fucking pedophile flavor. was unsealed on Thursday morning in New York just moments before a court imposed deadline. Max Okay Bill Clinton Prince Andrew Trying to play herself as Z. as victim over sometimes I think of myself as his girlfriend, I'm trying to find the. Here. Under further questioning she added she was a masseuse in Virginia Jefferey and in one form as my job I was to have people who wanted he wanted for various things including Masashi came as a masseuse. And just trying to find a real juicy stuff here. Sigmund mcreilly partner at the Schiller Flexner who represents cofre praise viane ceiling. This is a long time coming welcome step towards revealing the evidence of the scope and scale Jeffrey, obscene and Glenn Maxwell. Sex Trafficking Ring. The public should know today's unsealing is only a small part of the total evidence MacAulay said in a statement. As the evidence comes out, it will be clear why Miss Maxwell numbers who enabled Jeffrey Epstein are fighting so hard to keep it concealed. As our clients, Virginia defray bravely asserts they did not act alone. So yes, she's alleging that maximum obscene pressured her to have sex with. Prince, Andrew. Guy wouldn't evil looking woman here. fucking. Yuck So. Yes. She's trying to protect and cover up Clinton's which naturally the is I mean she she knows what happened to to Jeffrey. So she I don't think she wants to make the Clintons upset at all. Maximum denied ever seeing Epstein have sex anyone in in recoiled at a suggestion court that she had freeway sex with F. Seen in cofre. That is just one of discussing things she added Maxwell said of defray. She explained why she stuck by Epstein after he became a convicted sex offender in Florida before his arrest in New York years. Later I'm a very loyal person in Jeffrey was very good to me when my father passed away she said it very well could be. But her father Barron Max. Press Baron. Robert. Maxwell also molested her he was part of Massad. According to associated. Press obscene largely invoked the Fifth Amendment which protects a person against self-incrimination. Fifth. He replied when he was asked if Maxwell was one of the main women, he used procure underage girls for sexual activities. do you know if Jeffrey Epstein had any relationship with the US government I've ever working for. FBI In his lifetime Maxwell was asked prompting an objection from her lawyer I have no knowledge of at chiltern the answered do you know Jeffrey Epstein has any friends veteran? Or FBI she was pressed eventually saying I have no idea. Are you aware of an investigation of Epstein into the early. Nineteen. Eighties. Relating to the SEC lawyer asked apparently referring to the US shirty scenes. And Are you aware Jeffrey Epstein has told people that he works for the government to recover stolen funds. Afraid lawyer asks maximum denied knowledge. So. Yes. She's just denying Arafat including if he ever to Isreaeli government and you know because the implication is he was a A black male expert, right? That's why he had. His Weird Island and Shit. So now Joe Biden is once again. Trying to buy a votes this time from college students, his free. College. Plan. where Georgetown which is Jesuit Ryan researchers and others claim that Joe Biden's free college plan will pay for itself within ten years and others disagree of course. So his free public college plan would pay for itself within ten years. But station would make it public colleges and universities tuition free for families with incomes below one, hundred, twenty, five, thousand dollars as part of Senator Sanders and Congresswoman Bubbas college for All college for all active twenty seventeen, the plan will help roughly eight out of every ten families. So Yeah He said he will fund he. He plans on funding his proposal by eliminating the stepped up basis loophole capping itemized deductions for wealthiest Americans can take to twenty eight percent. This has also been removed from his website. Be As. Yeah I mean a lot of rich people are happened to be Democrats but Biden's campaign initial estimate of a plan costs seven hundred, fifty billion dollars also removed from the website in March. So they say total price of Am Georgetown claims. The total price act of Abidin plan would reach six, hundred and eighty, three billion in its first ten years of the total benefit of one point two trillion in the same period veisaite increase earnings among lower and middle class Americans which increased tax revenues we well first off, that's not going to happen because already for so few jobs in this country, right I mean just because you have a degree doesn't mean you make money they try and make this bullshit. Causation. Cora was a correlation causation right where they say, Oh, people with college degrees make more money will. Yeah. That's back when for jobs hiring. Right if you have a useful degree. and also I mean, if they start making more money than they're going to have to give more money in taxes. Other estimates were much less optimistic. Yeah. For Instance Travis Hornsby, the founder of student loan planner estimates that free college tuition for Families Making under hundred twenty, five, thousand dollars will cost one point one, nine, trillion. I mean. At this point what what's the point of caring about the price tag when he could just print as much money as they want. So Ovation vague knowledge that enrollment in private colleges could fall by up to fourteen percent v Georgetown professors failed to report on real possibility of private colleges closing their doors. Heartland Institute fellows KRISTA mentioned this possibility Fox's op ED, face it most of America's private colleges and universities could be forced to shut down if Biden's plan is enacted well, I mean I I would save. It's not exactly a bad thing. Now, I hear about it. But the thing is you know V institutions I'll be left to be totally run by the government or you know in the elites pocket ride like Dharma often the Ivy League. Campus Reform spoke with Kiro, who acknowledged that a tax increase will be necessary to fund the program. So very go as long as the tax hikes come in form of Welfare inheritance taxes carnival said that the way he pays for it in the end should not have much of an impact on the economy in the sense that it shouldn't slow down GP. Well, yeah, I mean but it's just gonNA steal from people's inheritances. Or from earnings and really you know the inheritance tax, it hurts people who actually like you know it hurts farms because The way they like you know determined how much land is worth is just totally ridiculous. Unfair. So. Yeah. So this is just you know once again, Democrats trying to buy votes some local news here. This is from the union leader Cova nineteen testing builds keene state community. All isn't as nicer bill or or being united by fear. covid nineteen pandemic has changed just about everything. Associated with a typical college experience from social distancing to online video classes in a keen say college weekly Corona virus testing. What I love. Vaccine. State. This college is trying to be a family as much as we can said, Keane say prison in Detroit well, well yeah I mean I don't want to be part of your family bitch. I don't kick family members out of a house. If you're not wearing a mask every week college chests thirty, four hundred people students, faculty and staff it's ninety nine percent of a college population showing up I as and Fridays for Vertes. So I wonder if it must be a population of people going. Go. Still showing up taking in person classes. if we're if we're opened, we're opening safe toward. We'll said when Elissa Hamilton. decided to come to keep from Connecticut he was partly because of safety protocols being put into place. Oh. So she came to keen because of how strict lockdown is I think the colleges doing pretty good with and cove in general testing does make me feel safer especially because it's stays really consistent is taken very seriously at our school. Hamilton said. treadmill said in the first nine weeks of classes. College had eight positive tests. Constant vigilance is a challenge. She said sounds like something from a ministry of What are they gonNA was the Ministry of Investigation I. Ministry of Truth every time it test result comes back negative. Okay. So the the student or staff member gets bracelet to wear for a week to indicate their safe campus. They have the they have been having fun little games and crafty things to do on the student center longer. Nice to do before getting tested. Yeah. Know I like the Fema camp they gave me a lot of Plato and bubbles even in pandemic were social distancing is crucial V. activities make me feel these people. It's like in the sense of self importance to Oh you know using words like crucial. Oh, you know we're saving lives testing. Folks are proud to be invert troubles. A testing is a big community events, and soon it's going to be all people are proud to get their vaccines. God so very very expecting the school to be opened year round. So I mean, in that case, I will be wrong where I figure they would have shut things down to take money but. Maybe not so. Figuring. Thank you ever so much for tuning in Saturday. My we'll see on L. Oranda big things are coming. Stay tuned. Is Spreading the message of Liberty Crypto currency and peace around the globe worth two dollars per month to you. As you may already know in addition to our Internet Feed L. DOT FM broadcast on free to air satellite across north and Central America as well as sub Saharan Africa, and we've been available on satellite for Free Twenty, four, seven since two, thousand, ten, the L. R. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by us. Follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. Candidates in the final lap I'm Sandy Grasso Fox News former vice president and Democratic presidential nominee Joe. Biden campaigned today in Bristol Pennsylvania acknowledging the role that the key swing state may play in the election grow time it's Game Day. We have ten days left. And it may come down to Pennsylvania. And I believe in you I believe in my state. Choice has never been clear. The stakes been higher was also extremely critical of president trump's handling of the pandemic. Former President Obama spoke in North Miami Florida this afternoon on behalf of Biden. But at a campaign event in Lumberton North Carolina the president hit back on his handling of the pandemic saying that the US is recovering from the covid nineteen pandemic and calling for North Carolina to begin reopening rounding the turn we're doing great. Our numbers are incredible. And despite the fact that they're keeping certain states, North Carolina. Governor open up your state place this guy should be defeated. The president also holding evening rallies in Ohio and Wisconsin authorities have found two girls who were abducted from Kansas home where two boys were discovered dead today at the suspect is in custody Kansas amber alert system reports that the girls were found near Eric Oklahoma. The suspect in the abduction is the girl's father forty year old Donny Jackson Leavenworth County Emergency Management said in a facebook post that. Jackson is also a person of interest in the homicides. It isn't clear how the boys were related to Jackson or the girls at tropical depression formed south of Cuba amid forecast, the system would become a name trouble storm later, this weekend and possibly a hurricane within days. By this evening, the storm had top sustained winds of thirty miles per hour and was moving slowly towards the north northwest. 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The Senate majority whip says that one of the Democrats mean criticisms of Barrett does not hold up they don't like. This justice or this judge I should say hopefully soon to be justice. Because they think she's going to rule a certain way on particular cases and they have no idea about that. The Senate is expected to conclude debate Sunday Barrett's nomination is expected to pass. Confirmed coronavirus virus infections continue to soar in many parts of the US in Europe sorted anger over the government restrictions to try to stem them and to drugmakers that halted testing of their corporate vaccine candidates. Say the trials are starting back up astor's Zeneca had to stop its trial of a vaccine early. September after a study volunteer developed the rare health issue and inflammation of the spinal cord Johnson, and Johnson halted tests on its potential vaccine. 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Some of the scientific worth developing vom took place in Chicago although not many it at the time. Secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the Manhattan project. Find out more about the role the state played giving the world of bomb that's ahead on statewide. Statewide is brought to you by AARP Illinois providing information to help you and your family when the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart more information at AARP dot org slash near you. Welcome to statewide I'm Shawn Crawford on the way restaurants are now offering indoor dining once again but those who work in those businesses say they have some concerns about the risk to their health will also find out about little role in the Manhattan project and more than a decade since it was retired by the University of Illinois. Mascot chief align awake won't go away at least for some that more this hour on statewide. Up I this week. The pandemic is a lot of summer plans for college students like internships travel jobs key with WBZ tells us how some students are still trying to make the most of their summer rice university student. Kathleen Matthews had big plans this summer. She was going to spend eight weeks in Argentina studying public health and working in a clinic. Then she was heading to Israel for a traditional birthright trip for young Jewish dots. All of that was canceled due to the novel Corona virus she moved back in with. Her parents in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. So instead I took Calculus to definitely a bummer cove nineteen is canceled many internships study abroad, opportunities and typical funds. Summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment. Many schools in Illinois have seen a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students tried to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade the University of Illinois at her Champagne and the University of Illinois at Chicago both saw summer enrollment numbers twenty five and twenty, seven percent respectively from last summer. Alina callous is an incoming freshman at Loyola University Chicago. She decided to get a head start in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially double majoring I would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future I want to study abroad and things like that I just WanNa make time. Loyola. And other local private universities say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to For those lucky enough to keep their internships, it's now from the comfort of their homes Indiana resident Joe Grazziano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships they'd secured in the fall canceled and he was worried his paid internship with the risk management company a on would be too. He plays baseball for Butler University and dedicated previous summers to baseball heading into senior year his resume was pretty thin. So I kind of really needed this I'm not gonNA. Live. Because it got cancelled resume would have been Mike Baseball Club not very filling a on depends heavily on its interns traditionally, they hire nearly two-thirds every year permanently. So they mailed laptops home for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Graziano says, he misses the in person interaction. It's difficult to make a good impression remotely. There's a lie you can get from even just small talk at the office just and sometimes video caused Kinda hard to like to get across my personality as I want to I. Don't it's like hard to like portray myself to you over video still he feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen year old Manny Gonzalez who is studying computer science and engineering at Harold Washington College in downtown Chicago he was involved with the group Genesis works in high school, which helps students in underinvested communities connect with employers for job and. Internship opportunities he was able to quit an overnight job at ups and start working at a data analytics company downtown, which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed income that's also helping him build toward his career. I honestly feel like I'm lucky because you know not everyone gets this opportunity especially like my age having like these big corporate companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing but even with his job, he's being extra productive this summer he's tacked on two summer classes. So he can finish his associates degree early and transferred to a four year school to earn a Bachelor's Kate. McGee. WBZ News. In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine Regulations Peter Madeleine with w. j reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet the new standard harassment must be quote severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive. Patel is the director of Justice for student survivors at the national, women's law center. So these rules kind of total religious turn Ted on nine on its head as a civil rights law says, they raised the threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for around twenty years. If a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not. Be Enough. So that means some students would be forced to endure repeated. An escalating loves of abused before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment that happened off campus. Now, they'd have to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment too especially as many schools moved to more virtual instruction during the pandemic faith. FERBER. Is A student engagement organizer with no, your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University Title Nine Coordinator Sarah Gardner says, they do have procedures to help students. We have the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach. This level of conduct how we can address it as university but as faith ferber says, the problem is that places like an eye you could ignore those cases they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools and we can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power. It really make a difference in holders schools accountable at. Students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and that the process was slow and apathetic university hired another coordinator and Garner says they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the. Changes are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally Patel says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma facialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So there was significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sarah Gardner and I you were one of the many schools that Senate comments and harshly not money concerns made it into the Final Regulation Patel says the provisions were largely. Unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't. Plan to re enroll and colleges could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school. But tells says that could include professor who retires who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another change the wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title nine changes are in conflict with Illinois. State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah Gardner at nyu says. State Law that says, you cannot cross examine what another this is the element providing sexual violence Asian Act. However now, the federal regulations as you must cross, examine each other in public comment it stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney. General Quamrul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect Garner says, they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth, there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation Peter. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach. Lou. Henson has died. He was eighty eight. He coached at Illinois from Nineteen, seventy, five through nineteen ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty three wins the most in program history back in two thousand. Fifteen Hinson spoke with member station W. I l.. L. And he talked about being offered his first head coaching job at Hardin Simmons. University in Texas in the early nineteen sixties and I said well, I have one thing that bothers me and I'll probably accept his job but you'd have to do one thing you'd I'd have to agree to Tame I've had blocked by coach black players all the time and I'm not GonNa Tote coach Total White Tame Henson led Illinois to the NCAA final four in nineteen, eighty nine and a big ten championship. In Nineteen eighty-four he was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of fame in Twenty Fifteen. That was the same year. The floor at the state farm center was named Lou. Hinson. Court in his honor. The thirteen years after the University of Illinois at our banish champagne retired their native American themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere, and there is some support to bring it back. The Mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the character Lee gains with Illinois newsroom has this report. On February twenty, first two, two, thousand, seven thousands of people watched as a white man dressed in native American regalia danced kicked and jumped across the University of Illinois at her banish campaign basketball court while a marching band played he wore a feather headdress and blue orange and white face paint. As the performance came to a close the crowd cheered and some had tears streaming down their faces. Change. Walks off the court for the last time at the University of Illinois the event was meant to be the end of a tradition which dates back to nineteen twenty six, and it came after decades of calls for the university to retire the race based Mascot. But some traditions don't die easy today thirteen years after chief. was officially retired by the U. of I the symbol endures. Dressed like the mascot still pop up at Games, there are facebook groups with thousands of members. On the university to reinstate the Mascot and merchandise with chief align weks, image is still sold I'm not certain that the university can move beyond she lying awake anytime soon that's Matthew Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert he spent thirteen years as an American Indian studies professor at the U. of I, and now heads the Department of American Indian studies at the University of Arizona Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert saw chief Allina Weck perform at a football game in two thousand, six, a woman next to him asked what he did. Then she asked if he was an Indian and I said, I'm Hopi Indian from northeastern Arizona. And I always remember what she told me. She says, why don't you go down there and be the chief and you know then everything will be okay by that time that she had become an extremely divisive issue on campus, the university was fighting to retain the mascot while the NC Aa was pressuring institutions to get rid of racist native American Imagery Debbie is a Pueblo Indian who taught at the university at that time she's an expert in native. American imagery in Children's literature, Reese remembers protesting the chief outside football and Basketball Games lewd goater, silent protests at the Games. Where you do put yourself at risk of being spat upon of being yelled at of being cursed at those were always very uncomfortable things but we felt important. So we them re says, the chief is a misrepresentation of native people. The honoring that people say they do with mascots like this is not honor earning it's integrating. It's demeaning. And it's an insult, the intent of Chiesa Lana work was always to. was to hold a culture in reverence encouraging people to learn about it. Dan Maloney was the last person to officially portrayed chief Allina Wack on that University of Illinois Basketball Court back in February two, thousand seven, he was a graduate student. Then Maloney says the reverence chief fans have for the character is one of the reasons it has endured long past its official retirement when that's removed especially when it's such a strong source of inspiration to many many people over many many years, it can be tough to tough to to move forward and many who oppose the chiefs say the university is to blame for its. Continued presence because nothing ever replaced it it's basically for a lot of people still the mascot of the University of Illinois. That's Vikram Sardana. He graduated from the U. OF I last year and he served on a commission intended to heal the chief Allina wick divide Sardana says the university should have created a new mascot years ago and I think that the lesson people should take from this is that not acting can make a problem worse than it needs to be that at some point, you have to rip the bandage off a spokesperson for the University of Illinois at Champaign says that administrators are working on. A plan to move the campus forward, which will include a process to establish new traditions but Matthew Sokaiya Stu Gilbert is skeptical that a new mascot can end the years long controversy and he says that's because of all the alumni and fans who still cling to chief Elena Wick I. Think this will continue to be a controversy. This will continue to be a burden on the university especially, the native students have to deal with us on a daily basis we're enrolled at the university. Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert says time may prove to be the ultimate solution to the chief align awake problem as years go by there. Will be fewer people who remember when a white man in a feather headdress and face paint danced across the university's basketball courts and football fields. At half time I'm Lee gains staying on the sports theme. The head of the Illinois high. School Association says, much of the upcoming sports season remains fluid as it tries to protect against the spread of covid Nineteen Executive Director Craig Anderson says the I Jesse has moved football boys, soccer, and girls volleyball from the fall to the spring. He says of COVID cases rise in the fall more sports could get shifted to the spring and winter sports could be put in jeopardy. Will stay with us next on statewide you might be to go somewhere after months of staying at home. We'll have some tips for staying safe if you decide to vacation during the. Back on statewide I'm Shawn Crawford still to come as we near the seventy fifth anniversary of the atomic bombs being dropped on Japan will learn more about the work done in Illinois that changed the world forever. After spending months isolated in homes, some are wondering if it's possible to take a vacation safely during the pandemic Shayla. Farzin spoke with an infectious disease specialist Dr Christel Abu about ways to stay safe during the summer travel season. It's inevitable that. Psychologically people are tired and it's only natural to want to get away and go out. The first step is really homage risk. Am I willing to tolerate in the has to do with our own health conditions, but also the health conditions of the people around the so even if we get sick and we have mild coal symptoms in in muscle aches and we get better, can we potentially take that back to somebody who may? Not, festival whale. So based on what we know now about the virus, are there some forms of travel that are safer than others like? Is it safer to drive somewhere instead of flying? I, don't know that we can easily say one is less risky. It's young virement really that determines that goes if you go into a road trip, for example, in have of other people with you in a big cod than it defeats the purpose. In I know, for example, when we talk about flying a lot of airline companies, actually most of them have had requirement in peaceful mask wearing in digital health screening. But the risk of flying with people that we don't know is higher than the risk of driving in our couch people that we do that we live with a lot of families are planning. To Take Road trips the summer what kinds of precautions should they take? They're really going into a blizzard has lower case is to make sure that they're not taking the infection with them. So one of the best ways to do that is to expire to traveling making sure that they themselves weren't in themselves as much as possible. So watching whether they're going. to, staying in close quarters as much as possible to gain avoid the risk of them getting infected, intaking that infection where the going the shorter distance you have to travel better. Especially, if you're familiar with young children, you have to think about rest stops you have to think about Gino bathroom breaks. In way you're going to be taking those and also stopping to eat right can you bring your own food potentially all a limit yourself to drive muzo outdoor spaces on but what I sees really for families traveling and how many stops they have to make along the way again, increasing the chances of them getting exposed to. Identify visuals who may be infected that they can keep track over time. What about hotels you know I've heard some recommendations that you should be sanitizing things and stripping off the comforter when you arrive because it's less likely to be washed in what about that so I would definitely recommend wiping down commonly used surfaces like doorknobs always something get touched counters species. Heidrich surface is even do should be cleaned. Other things that people may forget you clean active owns that come to the face TV remote also something that people don't think about as far as the bedspread I don't know that I have personally seen evidence that bathing. Cotton fabric surfaces retained various but I do know for surfaces. Hard surfaces in highly is is that's something that can be cleaned in stone juha limit the exposure, the risk we've seen cases increasing again across the country is that something that people should be thinking about when they're deciding when were wear to travel definitely look at being flexible in your time line also being flexible in your potential final destination avoiding a busy places crowded places especially places that have the incidents of their ridge going higher would be recommended on at this point the things that I've seen work for people a lot easier if you can do more secluded areas. So for example, going to small resort. So cabin in the woods. Things like that way that none is only popular destinations that this initiative that don't cater to thousands of people that's Dr. Christel Budo she spoke with Shelagh Farzin, you might wonder why it could take a while to get your cove nineteen test results governor Jay Pritzker says, the state has done a good job at increasing the number of tests being performed but he says he's worried about the laboratory capacity to analyze those tests. The points out Illinois has three state run labs which can handle about six to eight thousand tests per. Day since about forty thousand tests are being performed on a daily basis, commercial labs both in and out of states are being utilized at labs across the nation there only so many machines they're only so many technicians who can run those machines for so many hours during the day Pritzker says, commercial labs are being overwhelmed with test from states that have seen big spikes in corona virus cases. The end result could be longer wait times for results which the governor points out will make it harder to determine outbreaks and take quick action. Support for statewide comes from AARP, Illinois providing information to help you and your family as the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart or information at AARP dot org slash near you. Next week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of atomic bombs being dropped on Japan. It's one of the most controversial decisions in US history research that resulted in the weapons of mass destruction took place at several locations but Chicago became one of the main science centers I spoke with writer, McClellan mcandrew about the work done in the state and the reasons Chicago was a Manhattan Project Site. Well, there are several reasons. One was it was the home of Arthur Holly Compton who was a physicist who was already working on some of this Chicago is also seen as centrally located in the country so that other Manhattan project scientists around the country could access it fairly readily also the University of Chicago. Approved of being a Manhattan project site and supported it this work going on people in aware of it in a very busy location in a major city it seems Kinda dangerous. It does doesn't it? It was a secret project and secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the Manhattan project. There have been some oral histories taking of people who worked on the project and one was of William Jane Nicholson who helped create the pile as it was called. That was what became the nuclear reactor that developed the first self sustaining nuclear reaction at the University of Chicago, and he talks about this need for secrecy and how it was drilled into all of the staff there there were known. Agents of the German government in and around the University of Chicago. And we were told that. And that We were not to reveal anything of what you do. Don't take up with strangers if you're having a sandwich someplace or beer or whatever watch out that people who may engage you in conversation. would be. Damaging to the war effort. And, that the they may actually be the enemy. Question that comes up about this Manhattan project site at the University of Chicago in the. In the middle of this metropolitan side is, where's their danger? was there a danger to the University Chicago Illinois even the Midwest region and physicists I spoke to said in essence? No the nuclear reactor that the scientists were developing at the Chicago at Chicago was very low powered. In comparison to what we see today at most it could have powered a two hundred watt lightbulb therefore, it was not putting. The radiation that one of our nuclear actors today could could do in there for the harm was not significant. Now, there was some danger to the people who were in the room where that nuclear reactor was working. One of the dangers although the scientists in charge had done innumerable calculations to make sure that danger was very small. There was still a worried that the nuclear reactor could get out of control. and. They took protection against that and they had what they called the suicide squad two to three men who stood atop the nuclear reactor with the cadman solution. So then case it did run away and start to melt down they would pour this over the pile and hopefully it would stop. But as scientists told me, the suicide squad would not live to tell about it. The first nuclear reaction took place there, and it was momentous especially when you think about it in the terms of what would come later. But at the time from what I read in your story to those folks sort of matter of fact, it was a big deal but their reaction was a bit anti climactic. Obey basically broke out a bottle of Chianti, and all signed the basket that the bottle of Chianti was in, and that was pretty much it. The physicists I talked to said that the lead scientists on the reactor and Rico Fair me was so sure he had done endless calculations. He carried his slide rule around with him for those who don't know what? A. Slide rule is that was your pre computer calculator in the days and he carried that around with him he did analyst calculations to make sure he knew what was going to happen with this nuclear reactor and so it went exactly as planned and in essence while it was an enormous event, it changed our lives it changed science and international? Relations forever. The scientists there just pretty much congratulated each other and broke out a bottle were the scientists concerned about the the use of this technology forward I mean from the time they were working on this had they had some idea in their mind that they could be unleashing something that they will never be able to put back in the bottle so to speak. The folks I talked to said that the scientists of course are smart people. These were literally some of the greatest brains of the twentieth century. Scientists at the top of their field. They knew the potential of the science that they were working on and. They. Did. They know immediately that they were working on a bomb. It's kind of unclear. They certainly became aware of it as their work went on during the Manhattan project. And after. It became clear that there would be a bomb developed from their work. Some of them became very concerned about that, some of the Chicago scientists especially, and they developed the bulletin of the atomic. Scientists of Chicago. To work on trying to control the use and thoughts and opinions about this new power they had unleashed after the Matlab in Chicago achieved its goals of creating plutonium and creating the first self sustaining nuclear reactor, both of which were essential for developing atomic bombs for the war purpose. Some scientists continued the work on the. Of this new nuclear power, specifically some of the peaceful purposes of it and they continued that work at Argonne National Laboratory in Lamont, which still exists and still works today. We talked about the concerns that something could go wrong possibly may be dangerous to people around it. At the same time there is also concerns that the Germans especially would find out that this work was being done there in Chicago could become A. during the war that that is something that was drilled into people as well. Yes. In fact. Some of the Chicago scientists working on the Manhattan project were off. Refugees from Fascist Europe. And I. SPOKE TO A. Guy Who wrote a book related to the Manhattan Project and he talks about how they had feared that the Nazis would bomb Chicago specifically because of the work in because of the refugees there. Here's physicist Stanley word. They felt quite rightly that that seems. To kill. Them Right. Thank find it interesting little note in the are gone archive many years ago said ineffective course determines must know where here. So when they haven't atomic bomb the first one, they'll drop the Chicago. That was the risk that they foresaw to Chicago area that the Germaphobe dropping a bomb on them. We knew that people high up in the military. I'm guessing would have known about this work and in the President Administration maybe would have known about what was happening here did everybody at the University of Chicago even the administration there what was taking place? The Manhattan project was extremely secret ultra-secret secret I've read in one place that even Truman did know about it which I have a hard time believing that Congress didn't know about it again. I. Haven't verified. In the big question even today is did the University of Chicago President Robert. Hutchings know what was going on in his own backyard almost literally beneath his football stadium. And, it sounds like there's a lot of disagreement about that. Now I have since read the Robert Maynard hutchins a memoir by Milton mayor and he says, he absolutely knew about it but was very was under instructions that when he told his deans and trustees number one, he could not even mention the word uranium. And that when they asked him if there was any danger to the University of city, he said unlikely but he couldn't he couldn't rule it out now. Here's what a physicist at the University of Chicago current physicist whom I interviewed said about whether or not. He thinks the president knew he had to know it was only three blocks from his house, two blocks from his house. Historians can debate because I'm sure he knew about it. He just couldn't officially know about it because you can't. You can't. Ask can I make a nuclear chain reaction on your campus in the middle of the city answered? No physicist is Dr Henry Frisch and historians very interesting because he is literally Los Alamos baby his parents worked on the Los Alamos project and that's where he was born today there is monument that's at that site that recognizes that were talk about that and is it something that people on the campus peel out of attention to or remember that this took place there is this just something of the past that people if Mostly forgotten. That's a great question. Yes. There was a sculpture placed atop the site where the nuclear reactor was. It's right next to this beautiful new library they have and the sculpture is very abstract. Looks like a nuclear mushroom cloud. Some people says, it looks like the human brain I think that was intentional on the sculptors part and when I interviewed. Dr Henry Frisch again, a physicist currently at the University of Chicago and literally. Alamos. Baby himself his parents worked at Los Alamos. He said that the University of Chicago has kind of split feelings about being the site of the first self sustaining nuclear reactor in the world. He says that they have celebrated the seventy fifth anniversary of that nuclear reactor going critical. But that there are some people who feel very uncomfortable about it, because of of course, how that power ended up being used and what it has done today to your international relations and potential of war. That's writer Terry McLaughlin mcandrew you can read her story about the role Illinois played in the Manhattan project that's available at her website statewide show dot. com. This. Statewide coming up. What is The you light? To a restaurant to eat what turns out a lot of restaurant workers have concerns as well. We'll hear from some of them that story is on the way. Last week we told you about the Reverend C t Vivian who recently died mccomb paid final respects to the civil rights leader who grew up in the western Illinois community. He was ninety five rigor has this report on the local memorial service more than one hundred people attended the outdoor service held on a hot and Muggy July afternoon Doctor J. Q. Adams. Was the featured speaker. He's a former Professor Western Illinois University and he conducted several lengthy interviews with. Vivian Adams recounted one of Vivians best known moments from the American Civil Rights. Movement Vivian was in Selma Alabama in one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five to push for voting rights. He was stopped on the steps of the Dallas County courthouse by share of Jim Clark who punched Vivian in the face in front of reporters and protesters. We still see you struck in bloodied knock to your knees and we still see you rise up not with contempt but with love. Because Says it takes radical love to overcome radical evil and says, he visited with. Vivian. Three years ago he says right up to the end the Reverend's passion for the civil rights struggle remained alive and well, the service took place at the site of CT Vivians Boyhood home. The loudest is now vacant though there are plans to build a center of Civic and social engagement as well as a small park at the location rich Agar reporting. The federal government is paid billions of dollars to keep the food chain running. That's included in part sending direct payments to farmers and ranchers but as Dana Cronin reports for harvest public media, not all farmers parsing those benefits. When you walk into Cindy Ashes Barn one of the first things you notice. Besides the sheep is a huge burlap sack practically bursting at the seams with mole look at that big bag. Right there were sitting out about six hundred pounds all from when they were sure last and it's been sitting here since they were shared in. March ash runs jubilee farms in. Clinton. Illinois where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for wool to be turned into yarn. But not many people are buying premium yarn in this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened but there's really no point in US paying thousands of dollars to process will that we can move right now. So which was part of what the CF AP was. Hoping to help with CF AP that stands for Corona Virus Food Assistance Program and is run by the US Department of Agriculture. It's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and ranchers but it hasn't been helpful to farmers like Cindy ash doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers It seems like the program was really designed for Horny. Soybean. Or large livestock producers and we are we don't do any of that in addition to will ask usually sells produce at the local farmers market, which was closed this year due to the krona virus. So she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application, which requires you to list each crop you grow and estimated loss. If you're listening to every crop that you weren't able to sell it a farmer's market this year. You literally depends how big your farmers, how much growing, but you could have hundreds of crops here to list the USDA recently added to their list of eligible crops but some of the items ash cells still don't qualify including things like eggs, and for those that do qualify Usda pays wholesale commodity prices usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars USDA would only compensate her about two hundred. Sanaa's demand is the federal policy director for the National Young Farmers Coalition. She represents a lot of specialty crop growers, the details of how it's laid out, make it hard for them to see. An amount of funding coming out of the program that really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to put in to calculate all of those things and have all the paperwork to back it up in twenty eighteen specialty crops accounted for about a quarter of all US crop proceeds. But as of late July specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. USDA's farm service agency. Administrator. Richard Four dice says it's a matter of timing that is he says, the program is based on losses incurred between January and April. Really a time when when we saw you know every stake would have had would have had specialty crop production happening at that time. So I think that's I think that's one reason why we're seeing a little smaller percentage. Recently, lawmakers sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program by basing it on total losses rather than on individual crops. But four says that would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on a farm. Cindy ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the USDA I would say that not just this year but overall, they need to pay much more attention to diverse farmers, produce farmers, people that are doing something other than traditional. Corn beans enlarge livestock says it's more than likely. She'll take a loss this year a year she'd hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm Dana Cronin harvest public media. This statewide Governor Jay Pritzker Restore Illinois plan highlighted contact tracing a key part of the state's fight against the novel Corona Virus Peter Midland talked to a newly trained contact tracer about what goes into the job. Reynolds Jofre was one of the millions of Americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic he needed work, but he's also at high risk. I'm sixty one years old. Actually a renal transplant recipient. So My Suppressed, immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question. But then he stumbled onto an article about Illinois community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracer from home interesting because I'm a people person. So I'm going to be able to talk to people, but I'm also. It'd be able to help people which I think is a good thing governor Jay Pritzker seems to agree with that last part, he's called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain corona own virus enrolled in a four week course at college at page and do student demand. The college even had opened up extra sessions he's just finishing. So he's in the process of looking for employment, which he says will be the easy part since the job is in such high demand some local health departments like in Cook County are offering position starting at twenty dollars. An hour to face says he seen jobs offering between thirty, five, thousand and? Fifty thousand a year I'm not going to buy my second yacht working this job, but a little put food on the table and keep them for the head son pretty happy with it. The work of a contact tracer has been likened to a detective or a game of clue. But Jay says he sees it much differently. Typically, you're going to call someone up they've recently tested positive and or they've been in contact with someone who tested positive and it could be you know Kinda scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private eye. You then calculate their date of infection as the standard is two days prior to the. First symptoms appearing he says, depending on the symptoms they'll know if they have to self isolate or seek medical attention and the contact tracers job is not only to ask people about where they've been and who they've seen. They also needed direct them to any medical help or social services. They might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the. Virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating around the Internet, if the person needs quarantine and around their own tracers can also help coordinate food for them or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk, a contact tracer may follow up with a person, every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hesitant. To talk at all the develop some sort of a relationship with this individual because the other part of it is they need to give you truthful Information Illinois Public Health Director in Gaza Ezekiel acknowledges that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups. As he says, the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable talking. With health officials. Contact tracing has been pushed into many people's vocabulary lately but it isn't new public health workers have been doing it for decades to combat infections like to Burke Yellow, Sus, and sexually transmitted diseases, but it's just not normally done on this massive scale right now Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand. A viable employment opportunity or years, and then after you're not a lot of hope for years now we've kind of the Kobe thing. There's always going to be need for contact racers just not quite in the volumes that we need. And Gabrielle Workers Thinking. On most rallying tips contracts. So concerned about how those. Threatening their health I didn't remember call with member station wbz in Chicago has this report one restaurant worker says time customer walks through the door she feels a flash of anger no matter who they are or what they're ordering every person who comes into the restaurant I see them as a potential threat she doesn't want to be identified. So WBZ had an actor record. What she said she says she used to love the job that now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings i. Really think the people who go out to the restaurants. Now are the people who don't care about everyone's safety. Some service industry workers say they're facing an impossible choice they're being ordered to work inside were they fear for their health, but they could get fired if they say, no, because their bosses have them to come back, they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining, they couldn't survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers this economy need the money, but are we putting servers health at? Well. Other states have attributed covid nineteen searches to bars, doctors like Benjamin Singer at northwestern university say it's unclear how safe restaurants are so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant what's the set up of the restaurant? What's the airflow situation like and so all these things create a very muddy picture as to the actual risks are recent Japanese. Study found your twenty times more likely to catch the virus indoors than outdoors. A Chinese case studies showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning and one restaurant data isn't great. For trekking weather restaurant workers are getting covert nineteen more than anyone else for governor Jay Pritzker says, if cases go up much more indoor dining in bars could be the first to go Lori lightfoot just tighten the city's restrictions on bars. They can no longer serve alcohol indoors without a food license. One Chef doesn't think that's enough and actors replacing his voice to I'm not a business owner I'm not gonNA pretend to know you know what that feels like but I am a human and I do know from being on the employee side of it. It felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more of the priority. He says he was forced out of his job, a high class restaurant over discomfort about working in a pack space many service workers who spoke to Wbz said, they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from Chicago restaurant workers found nine out of ten workers do not feel safe under the current rules and regulations. And the city only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles Glenn False from agrees with workers so much. So he let us restaurant close he ran false chins fresh fish market in Lakeview for nearly seven years for refuse to put employees at risk and said so on social media when he closed, you know I I I'm not that kind of person where my businesses. is paramount over everybody. Else's concern. You know I'm not GonNa go home at night put my head on the pillow I. I made two, hundred, fifty dollars profit today. But susie went down sick. He says under current conditions restaurants can't survive much longer anyway, Michael Roper at Hopley Tavern Andersonville says he can make it through summer but worries about fall I usually look forward to fall I like fall color I liked the coming holiday season but this year I am in dread of November that's when he has to start paying back his government P P P loan and it'll be too cold to seat people outdoors. Hopley. Twenty percent of pre pandemic sales with indoor dining taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says Roper says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month, he'd Mothball Hopley until the pandemic was over he says businesses like his will die unless the government stops loan and mortgage payments in some other nations this has worked but. Don't. Have you know we don't have an FDR in? Washington right now we have a donald trump our country is not gonNA. Be. The. Same. If we lot all these places go. McCall. WBZ News. 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Genesis no said being acting. Comments in. Genesis just. Or fill. Silica. Who is that? Paul Simon. FIDDLE, Simon Hey trust with two I, welcome to free talk live is an open phones talk show where you are able to take control of the airwaves. Should you wish to join us here in the? US is me in the Lord Reverend Captain Kick Ass in Bartram? Time to say in that. Well. You know it's not Halloween of course, as you know around Halloween time the Christmas decoration start go for sale at the retail outlets. Right there's always been frustrating to to people because they feel that. The store should wait but they don't call these people Halloween these. People who are upset? No the people who put up Christmas. Decorations before Halloween over. Yeah it seems. I mean I feel like it should go halloween. Thanksgiving. Really that many decorations though for Thanksgiving but. If you're, GonNa, decorate, you should pay some. I think in my opinion, right. If you're going to be a house decorator Kinda guy and put up a display lights and all that stuff, you know you should go. Okay talent. Spooky now take down the spooky put up. I. Don't know like Cornucopia Turkey or something you know. Thanksgiving and then Thanksgiving then put up your Christmas frigging decoration. So I am not against selling Christmas decorations after Halloween because you have to have them available to people to buy before they put them up and obviously, I think a good time to begin for the for the people who really Gung Ho we don't decorate at my house but we might put that one little candelabra in the windows things like one single candle. Fake, candle. In the window, we don't believe you know what that means is not like some sort of Christian or Jewish thing. It's just decoration. Now, there's some history behind that in the juice. Religion Neuro all the. Cutting full of candles. Yeah. This is just one candle. One in each window. Yeah. There's there's there's some kind of history behind. All right. Well, feel free to look that up but you know obviously the the people who want to really decorate I, think they should you know they should be able to start and that we can after Thanksgiving Thursday? So you have that Thursday off and then you have the Friday. Saturday. Sunday off. It's a good time to use that time to put up. Christmas decker. I'm speaking from my gut when I say this is the way it should be obviously the we'll call it voluntary libertarian free market economist answer is the market decides this church it also some people leave the decorations up all year, and that's fine to who doesn't like a house with pretty lights. ESPN annoyed at a family member of the Christmas tree would go up at you know Halloween and it wouldn't come down until Easter. Muster. So I have a ridiculous place where this conversation is going to go. Thanks to Code. But since we since you brought up the candles in the window mark I found myself looking at this recently I think it was earlier this year last holiday season or whatever, and I was like, where does that come from? What's the history of? Elton John's candle in the wind stuck in my head because you said, something here in the United States according to window nation dot com the tradition of lighting candles in the windows of homes during the Christmas holiday was brought by the Irish from the mid seventeenth through the late eighteenth century. The British government created oppressive laws in an attempt to restrict the practice of capitalism in Ireland. During this time of religious oppression in Ireland Renault allowed Catholic priests were forced to hide out in the wilderness in caves. The priests would sneak back into town during the night to abduct Little Boys. Sorry it doesn't say that. Mass. Thus, we have the legend of the Christmas cramp. What is his name? I don't know. During the night to have mass with fellow believers in their homes during Christmas time Catholic families would leave their doors unlocked and candle burning in the window to let the priests. No, he was welcome in their home with the many waves of Irish immigration to America. The tradition took root here and continued to evolve for example in colonial. Times. A Lit candle a window. Let travelers know they had a safe place to stay the candle also served as a signal amongst neighbors that the home was open to receive visitors into light the way for returning family members. So it did have a bit of a religious connotation originally I mean I'm just speaking stereotypically here of the Irish but I would think they would just leave a bottle of whiskey. As an Irishman, I. Look forward to that. If I'm me and I am and I were to drive through a neighborhood I don't know ogling decorations and somebody with a whiskey bottle in the win. Welcome I'd be like Oh they're inviting is my house. Casa So regarding a religious religion and culture basically religion is culture prior to. The. Development of the nation state essential injure. Every tradition is going to have a religious component to it. Well. Santa Claus. I'm sure had a religious origin as well. I don't remember exactly what it was was the Pagans. Nick it depends on where you want to go I mean saint. Nicholas was a an early Christian You know one of the key church fathers kind of thing he was at the Council of Nausea and the Christians rip off everything about Christmas from the Pagans Lots of release speaking they even moved the date. They never knew what the date of the birth of Christ was, which is kind of interesting. Then God walks among man and somehow the date of birth is heinous that detail we just don't know. Well, it's not made or a December twenty fifth or twenty fourth it's definitely not and like. Guy Leaders from around the world come to visit him a while in Egypt on the run from King Herod. But we still don't know like this is a pretty notable. Then you would think that there would be somebody would've mentioned it somewhere. Maybe Mary would have said to Peter. Hell. Yeah. Yeah. He was born such and such a date but no, it is don't have that information. So here's the latest because we've been tracking over the year how this covid insanity this fear surrounding Covadonga government crackdowns has ruined all fun that could possibly clauses come into town yeah. That's actually what's Come in to so what's going to happen with Santa Claus? You remember back when you know all of us, I'm sure we when we were growing up, the parents would take us to the mall and they had the mall. Santa and there's a long line of kids go up and. What's the movie? Christmas story right you'll shoot your eye out kid. Kids sits on Santa's lap and he asks for the Red Ryder BB gun. So we all remember that well, now things are going to be a little bit different at least in Dallas. Fort. Worth the story from NBC DFW. Dot Com. It's Santa Claus in a Snow Globe yes. Indy they will be putting a protective plastic barrier around Santa Claus when he's coming to visit and you can see the video tango Foxtrot. There's A. Very bizarre condom thing. This globe that Santa Claus is. Forced to inhabit. Evidence that the world is becoming a what do I keep saying a Germaphobe bubble boy Germaphobe society literally, we were just talking about a concert where they had the attendees. Six foot diameter bubbles. Santa clauses to now Santa Claus, in a bubble, the the children aren't in bubbles in this case not yet. But a the children are walking up to Santa Claus they're giving him a high five. So there's sort of you know again. Of the scene where everybody you know you're in jail, you put the hand up to the window and you only get jail anymore. They got videoconferencing now no more window her now terrible for the human mind. So still globe I think transitions better to Santa Claus than. Say. gerbil balls to concert goers. This is lame dude. This is pretty lame. It's not cool at all and so they're like there's pictures of families standing outside of the globe with Santa just sort of behind them. Looking forlorn doesn't get to sit with the kids anymore mark. This is why you're the professional with over twenty years of radio experience you got gerbils on the radio. What do you call that the clear plastic ball that you put a hamster and I haven't Thrown balls I have to. Say I mean that's really all there is to say, it's just that's how they've fide the Christmas holiday with the bubble though nobody can sit on Santa's lap. No that's great. Was the traditional. You don't get to do that. You could like yell through the ball of what you want to get. To ask you what you want for Christmas so that I'm a fan of young children sitting on strangers laps for. Reason to wish for things but. 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ON FM, and you can get instructions on how to get connected there with you in the studio. Tonight you've got in the captain and mark so you can bring up absolutely anything that you want to discuss coming up captain. You have a story about the Trans Siberian Orchestra Yes for those who don't know there are no trans people that I'm aware of and probably know siberians either in said. But they're in-incredibly popular holiday banned. In fact, they might be financially one of the most successful. Get. This heavy metal bands of all time really because they they came out of an old eighties band called sabotage. Names yet, and also a great band to they were. They had a couple of albums I believe in being super talented dudes. A two of the founders I believe are the folks who sort of transducer St- sabotage into what is known as the Trans Siberian. They their holiday thing they do the equivalent of a rock opera right so if you think of an opera as a musical telling of a story. They do that with music with songs and they tell different tales of Christmas and you know that type of thing how many people are in one of these well, so a bunch. So I have never seen the Trans Siberian Orchestra I mean I've heard of it which already attest to its success because if I've heard of it then it's probably pretty successful. It got so huge that they actually had to develop two separate bands to pull off all of the concerts so. They have an east version and a West version so that they could tour because they only tour between Halloween and new years. Yeah. So it's all holiday performances generally on weekends sometimes, they must do pretty well if they don't have to work the rest of the time. Well. So of course since there are no concerts anymore, thanks to government. The lame. Oh, drive in once. Okay. So guess WHO's not performing this year. And say, well, they are performing they're they're doing doing online show. You got to be a true Fan WanNa go and see somebody play online. So The article from USA Today no one will have a bad seat quote unquote. Unquote. On how you look at it but okay. The Trans Siberian or goes virtual for the twenty twenty holiday show singular. Transsiberian Orchestra Christmas time tradition for music fans across almost inexperience. We'll look and feel a lot different this holiday season. In a typical year, the group's east and west touring bands put on around one hundred and twenty live shows. Sometimes even frequently to in the same day for a total of about one million fans. Now, you do the math on you know ticket cost for an average concert and this average concert there pyrotechnics. It's like going to a big rock show right Kiss would put on you know. But yeah. That's not gonNA happen because of the government and the corona virus excuse which has closed venues nationwide and it's just not possible for them to do all this in twenty twenty. So instead, the Trans Siberian Orchestra will deliver its holiday performance Christmas, Eve, and other stories live in concert virtually on December Eighteenth at eight PM tickets for the show which will originate from Nashville without an in person audience are thirty bucks and went on sale Thursday. Wow. Thirty Bucks to watch somebody play online. Yeah, well, I hope that people enjoy maybe that'll be great I mean if it's a good if it's a good show like a- mention a pay per view I, mean, there is a pay per view out there surely, the cost thirty dollars I don't know a lot about them. I have never actually bought a paper I've gone over to people's houses for a pay per view before fights and stuff but I've never myself purchased one I think I've purchased one but wasn't wrassling. Porn. Not Pay per view it is technically. Hotel View. How it might have been like W W. Or something where it was like my turn to host. Yeah you know you become under Dave's house too frequently for these. Guys, jumping off the cage match into the audience things. Royal Rumble. So Anyway A. Mac. L., Petrole. Who is one of the founders of this thing? He's also the musical director and lead guitarist. says. This is really New For me, there's been a lot of negativity and twenty twenty I didn't want to leave this year without doing something special I promise. This is going to be completely different. Aside, from being virtual one of the key differences, this year will be that Tso's east and west touring bands will perform together. Okay for the first time since they were created in two thousand. Brian Hicks will service narrator with Petralia and keyboards. Derek. Wayland violent serving as musical directors at the end of the day we still get to do it. We Love Futrelli said no matter what we wanted to do something like pretty much everyone else we had to adapt, overcome and improvise normal went out the window really quick. We thought briefly about doing a drive in show like other performance have done this year but it would have been too cold. They specialize in the cold part of the year I. Hope this goes well I do too. I mean you know these guys gotTa make some money somehow if they do this and it goes really well, they'll do it again or and. That's that's what it comes down to is the IT's all about they're doing early early in the year, they can do another one. So you get to see it is it worth it for thirty dollars? It seems like a lot to watch A. Know an online. Pay Per view essentially but I know that pay per views have been that cost before it if it's it pricings not easy. You have to kind of figure out where things are. If if thirty dollars is the they don't even know right now they don't know what the right amount is to charge people to get the right number of people. So you know start hi well, they don't have to pay venue, right? They're probably doing it from their own place or whatever they get their own. It doesn't say in this particular article, but I would imagine when you get. Both their outfits together need some space for needs some space. Somebody owns a large barn or something like that. I would imagine they practice somewhere. because. That first show of the year isn't the can't be practice. So where it's probably wherever they're practicing, don't get me wrong. These guys have made money over time. Right. So maybe they have the cash sitting around like just do this and pull it off and not worry about it and put the show on and try and like you know get some revenue. Rather than what they would normally get imagine one, hundred, twenty shows you know across the entire United States between. Halloween and new, year's man that's us. Know that's every day. Over a million people, you know multiply that throwing submerge, which is basically where most of at least rock musicians make any of their money now, right? Nobody's really buying CDs anymore. So they're glorified tee-shirt companies right? One, hundred, twenty shows between two bands that sixty piece you're talking about every single day they're not they're not even taking. Right right and. But transporting them someplace probably as two truckloads cost trailer worth, and then the hotel rooms for the musicians. into to it so it's going to be significantly. To. To to do. The event online. So obviously I mean I don't know what a Transsiberian Orchestra ticket costs but I bet you, it's more than fifty bucks thirty bucks six. So if you know maybe this'll be the right way to go for them. I. Don't know it's the only way they can go at this point, the toll free number. 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"The shows as immoral. where he ties his political affiliation to his role as a journalist or something just so pathetic. Davis says, love your show dude been following for years. Awesome. Thank you I, love to hear about I. Love to hear that. show is Jude Joe Biden's a reptile. Much. Hola. Okay so You know I mean it is funny to hearing trump just yelling in the background and people were saying Vincent How could you? How could you be entertained by this trump is a bully right? Trump is acting like a big bully and like I could see that like you know within like ten minutes I look and say to my dad I say you know trump reminds me of biff from back to the future but it's like Biden Thing is like. Trump's behavior aggressive and bullyish. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. But the thing is, is Biden's behavior any better right Biden I'd say is a more modern kind of bullying and the worst kind of bully where he's a kind who lies about you and when he's confronted about it plays a victim right and in the soon as someone else's giving you grief and he's you know he's not alone he's behind someone he immediately starts nearing an shouting. Bs you'll see out I, don't know if I have an eclipse of that. When. Chris Wallace has just given it to trump your by in the background saying Yeah Yeah you tell them Chris. And Chris Wallace turns around starts yelling at him. It's like it's even that was pretty childish but Yeah. So It is. Pretty entertaining. Would've left early would've lost. He knows how to lose the very dale. I got very lucky. Very lucky tonight as well, and tonight, I'm going to wash your because wires a deal. Here's the deal. Is. It's underage prostitutes in the in the campaign van waiting in the campaign view waiting for A. That's a joke satire backed is. I mean. What else do you think? Joe Biden means when he says he's going to get lucky tonight, and also if he's talking about the debate, why? Why would he need lockwood? You. Know expose that he's He's incompetent which I don't. I. Don't think you put that much thought into everything. He saying so far is simply ally I'm not here to call out everybody knows he's a liar. I WANNA. Make sure what it last time. I. You should go out and vote you're in voting. Now vote in a of funding is Chris Wallace would laugh at what trump said he at one point even Biden was laughing because it's true that say, why do people laugh at things because it's true. And let your senators know how You feel let vote now pack. Sure you. In fact, let people know is or senators I'm not going to answer the question is answered that question. The question. was just as radical left. Would you? Who is on your list you this? Right Johnson's I. Think this is. event. Ended this segment, we're going to move onto the second segment really productive sector. Of the weird thing is they didn't have any commercials, right? No commercials and and and I guess it's I guess it works out because if UNLV is I mean if I was going to be doing I would have relied on commercials skin show ahead on show prep you're. Okay. Okay. So played that already. So now, here we go. Here we go. It's not it's not a biden events. It's not a Biden Wallis event if they don't have any mention of Charlottesville right. No mention or not no mentioned but very little mentioned are actually no mention of Seattle walkout. The you know Chaz chop occupation zone. No mention of everywhere more people were killed in Seattle this summer vendor where people killed in Charlottesville. And the yet the only thing we ever fucking here about a Charlottesville over and over again. So here we go from a million full-time willing tonight to condemn white supremacist and militia groups and to say that they need to stand down and not. To, the violence at a number of these cities we saw Kenosha and as we've seen in Portland. Are you willing to? Pay attention to Joe Biden I. Didn't notice this the first time to pay attention to Joe Biden when trump says shore down white supremacists and militia groups and to say that they panicking he's fucking panicking workout need to stand down and not. Violence panicking because I mean at least that's what it looks like because. You know he has nothing now he you know his his quiver doesn't have added racism ero anymore. Right he was probably expecting trump to you know skirt around it but but you won't believe what he does next. Okay, we're not. Okay. So so I don't have that chronologically we'll play what he says next later this is See here this Biden on a mega mega lo maniacal power trip. I pronounce it right. Now have you ever called the down quagmire of Portland or the Democrat governor of Oregon and said, Hey, you gotta stop this bringing in the National Guard do whatever it takes, but you've stop days and months of violence. Okay. So I will give it to Chris Wallace he did ask you this question he did ask a few hard questions so I'll give them that The sad thing is probably if if you know there are debates after this this is the hardest kind of questioning we're going to get against Biden. Trump just going to get harder. Portal I don't hold public office. Now I am a former vice president i. so he just totally skirts around that. So pathetic. Now here I don't really care much about vis vis aspect but. Actually Hey, this is where. I'm not going to be smart s that is not true. He doesn't actually. Funding. That is not true. He doesn't actually. I. Mean I wouldn't mind them defunding police but only if it was like equal everywhere. So. I don't have to worry about getting pulled over at a speed trap. Actually the thing is if they did defend, the police was gonna be more speed traps because the cops are GonNa have to make revenue some other way. What's going on what's going on to? Riley still thank you for a follow. Thank you appreciate it. Thank you for for Lemons everyone what's going on everyone listening. Thank you, and if you're new and. liking which hearing please feel free to hit follow I do a live show every Monday Wednesday and Friday night at ten thirty PM. Eastern although. Schedule's been sporadic actually novus Friday I'm I'm actually going to be traveling for my graduation party than my family is throwing in another state. But. I will be back Monday. He'll be back Monday for Monday's show. So that'll be exciting. did I get the latest NSA UPDATE? No no I've I haven't even look I. Haven't even looked at the latest. No I don't need the NSA update right I looked at the latest q drop. I'm good. Thank you L. 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I actually learned this season that ver- police unions I never knew that police unions before and. I knew verse teachers, Unions, and it's a horrible idea for public public workers to unionize because they should be beholden to the tax payer. But Yeah I never knew US I mean I don't really care that Biden doesn't have You know of these police support because that's that's the thing I mean when you know when when, when Shit hits the fan and the orders come out to throw People into quarantine camps or to. Confiscate everyone's gun no matter which you know no matter which candidate but police union endorsed. Know a majority of COPS ARE GONNA. Follow Out, follow through on his orders and do all sorts of illegal shit and throw you and I into a concentration camp. So I don't really care much about that. So, this is okay. I think I played that. Are Play I'll play the economy will okay played that already. So, here we go. So now this is the important visit. This is what the L. analysts nurse should pay special attention to right when it comes to the time where you go to the polls right if you get up off your elephant asked of a polls. Or you know God side for first time in weeks for the Hickey Komori who are listening and you know instead of shitting your vote down toilet for a third party joke candidate think you know which candidates is going to has a chance of winning and is going to N. Velox Down Right? Which which one is going to do that? Right? You know instead of listening to. You know what? Whatever you know hot chick that reason magazine pays to show her tits while writing right you think for yourself. Now listen to both candidates who have a chance of winning which one is going to end this torrential lockdown and bring life back to normal one I want you to I. Want you to think very listen very carefully about this. You know a lot of people between drugs and alcohol and depression. When you start shutting down, you take a look at what's happening and some of your Democrat run stays with these tough shutdowns and I'm telling you because they don't want what's happening in Republican states too. It's happening here in fucking. New. Hampshire although universe news or Bush I to neo cons and you know probably you know bloodsuckers also so did make sense New Hampshire is under a very I mean you know like proportionately to how many people? Have Corona virus or of died from the corona virus. Is, just totally sickening opened one. Last week that we're going to open up. The name because after the election they think they're hurting us by keeping. The hurting people people do they can social distancing wash the hands can wear masks, they can do whatever they want but. When one of the biggest criticisms I saw trump was the fact that he's going along with. Whole Corona virus thing right that he's going along with the masks and all of his shit whiny a lot of people are saying that he should have just come out and point out that a majority of people who? died from macron virus not only are up up there in age above the you know in her upper seventies in above they also have always co morbidity is even the young ones who die right I mean he should have just come out and I mean he should have done that come out and said from day one. But Yeah and the reason why he should is because as long as he plays on. Territory and by their rules, he's GonNa lose right He's playing fair game and the thing that Biden did consistently was he just always just lied you know he said. He managed to actually manage to get some of the numbers right and not say that one hundred and fifty million Americans died. Since sensitive past spring. But I saw a headline out vervet said that the average per? I. Think it was like his study shows the average person thinks that of millions of people were killed by the coronavirus right when it's Not even. A fraction, it's barely even a fraction of a million. Service this was unfortunate that trump decided to. Do to argue with this look North Carolina. And these guys are under siege Pennsylvania Michigan and a couple of. You get openly states up. It's not fair. You've almost like being in prison and you look at what's going on with the divorce. With alcoholism drugs very very sad and you'll close down the whole country close down the whole country and destroy kind of tree countries coming back incredibly well setting records as. We don't need somebody comments. Let's shut it down. So. Okay. So we're here. Here we go. Here we go. So so this was v I. Think this was the most important. Part of debate here that Yeah. I. I'm just GONNA leave it at that visit the most important part of a debate. He's going to go. He can't say power it will happen it won't happen. So just make sure you understand you have it in your control to determine what this country is. GonNa look like the next power is yours right? We have captain in here All right just just making sure v Audio's okay were years. Four more years than he's lies. If the president. So when they listen to joe talking about transition, there's really no transition from what I want I want election at if you look at Crooked Hillary, Clinton if you look at all of the different people, it was an transition because they came after me signed to do they came. Right. So here we go and. You know trump doesn't use the word coup very often he used it I remember. Years. Ago. I think is what was the episode called? Trump's right wing takeover plan he when he was speaking to the press outside on the. helicopter. Area outside is helicopter. He said that you know what? What was done against him with crossfire hurricane and the VA Russian dossier. amounted to a coup and You know you know what happens people who are who leads coups will for traders and what happens to traitors in this country. So. That's why I always find it in I always stop in in have to analyze play whenever trump uses word coup. Campaign they started from the day one and The out. They were disaster disgraced. and. We've caught him. We've caught him all. We got it all on tape when we? Look at Mine and look here. Look how uncomfortable you looks looks like he shot his pants you know. Because you know he was part of that too and trump as even about to get into it right you know and so all the people all the time you know people would say all Vincent here you know your political soap operas nothing's going to happen. We probably nothing will happen but. Know at least it's it's for being bring up a debate. So I feel. I. Have Indicated Hey, what's going on? Finn Bar was going on Radio Texas dropping in a lemon here. Thank you what's going on everyone. You gave. General Flynn. Look. What you in a sense and President Obama seating the Office Tell me about a free transition. And as far as the ballast concern, it's a disaster. A solicited ballot. Okay. So listen is okay you're listening you're asking send it back back I did that if you have an unsolicited this. Country is raw they founded in. The Name trump. Trump. wastepaper basket. And I was surprised that he brought up the voter fraud and everything I mean I and my number one fear about last night was that trump was going to be instructed by. Jovanka to play politics and be nice and the opposite happened right and actually you know some people. Went even farther in VR direction they said that trump. Wasn't you know he wasn't on via attack enough and I mean I do I do think that he interrupted too much I think that plenty of times when he should have just stayed quiet and let you know Joe Biden bumble himself into a corner. But of Ervin Vat. Visa I, mean, that's what else are you going to do? What else are you going to do if someone is spreading lies in bullshit right? Are you just going to let ob the? What what's the phrase? It says fingers a twin who came up with. It says the alike a travel halfway around the world before the truth even puts its pants on and yeah I mean that's that's view. The best thing trump could have done that situation because the moderator certainly wouldn't have enforce any truth. You tired of your taxes funding endless occupations around the world antiwar dot. com is run by people who understand wars abroad become worse at home on our freedoms. 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I think in you know I heard some decent analysis today where for plan is or one of them any plan one of many possible plans to steal the election. The, Democrats are trying to come up with is. Not through the fake ballots right or ballot stuffing because they always do that and I. Think. There's probably some sort of a contingency plan because as as you're going to hear at one point I, think I hope I. Have the Audio Clip if not, it's it's easy enough to find it where trump says that he wants his. Supporters to be you know to watch out for any voter fraud I. Think what they're GonNa try and do is. delay the election so that there's going to be so much you know anarchy and terrorism or an. Probably false flag terrorism definitely going to be some sort of false flags knowing these people you know and how they operate and what they want, and there's going to be so much chaos because for saying that it's even nor I was at first you had mark Zuckerberg come out. And say that it's normal for for whatever reason mark Zuckerberg is Very knowledgeable, right? He's he's in authority on. On Alexa, you know on a US elections right? But. We we think about forty on this show. And he says, Oh, it's totally normal that elections won't be counted until several weeks weeks of passed and and for saying that they might not have a Might not have a result for months and I think was the the Twentieth Amendment means the twentieth amendment. Where it says that if Yeah terms of president and Vice President shall end at noon on the Twentieth Day of. January. In terms of senators, representatives noon on the third day of January of years which such begin. Fuck. Here I hear. How many sections of US over okay. So it's about Congress meeting. About. Succession, ver? Okay. So. David. Dumb embarrassing myself. Okay. So pretty much a hero if at that time fixed route beginning of a term of a president. So that's The president elect shall died vice president elect show become president if President shall not have been chosen before van the time fix were beginning of his term or if a president elect shall have failed to qualify than the vice president elect shall act as president until President shopping qualify and the Congress. So according to the Twentieth Amendment, the argument is Oh I didn't lose people. I was bumbling. Thank you what's going on everyone? So the argument is. That if the. Results of the election aren't in. Results. For always going to find some sort of ballot Ryan was in Philadelphia, they kicked out the Verb Ballot watchers. I it just shows the kind of environment that they have. They don't want any sort of accountability I mean I wouldn't be surprised if that's why I Wasn't allowed into the one of the courthouses. Because I think he said it's the you know the trials are supposed to be a public trial but Only people involved in I mean I think that for trying to get people. Used to not being allowed into these federal buildings because that's how we're going to try and like try and try and steal the election and so if if no, no president has declared right and an inauguration day passes trump and pence won't be the president and vice president technically because they wouldn't have been reelected, which therefore would make think was out make Nancy Pelosi because she's speaker of the House fell make Nancy Pelosi VERVE president. So that's the theory I don't know if that's going to happen. You know part of me thinks that it's going to be boring that are not going to that nyc boring I don't mean boring isn't a bad thing I mean yeah, it would So we don't know. But I talk coups on both sides vote. So that's why find interesting. All right. So I I I've been neglecting the chat. Via Turn Away G Biden listening for orders from Va. Lizards. Yeah. He I guess via Drina chrome makes them more susceptible to the to vibrations from the Arcand Lizards. Biden looks like Thomas Twenty three. What's going on says Biden looks like a guy who is amazed to hear so many lies. Cya off obstacles thinks a heads up on this channel. Thank you Dave Osmond spreading the word about the show trump told five lies to one last night. So we have two Thomas Twenty free doesn't like trump Yeah. I mean verge some points where he goes off about the economy. Nova was Sean Hannity's list. Via the Sean. Hannity's lists. Vo Black Record. Low Black Unemployment Hispanic unemployment. which were you know I mean it's like those numbers were the same number that Obama us because Oh, by the Obama, people would save it. He had record low unemployment but but that's because the way counted my understanding of it is void counted people in the employment or unemployment categories. Looking for work right. If you said Fuck it, I'm going to collect a check and sit on my ass and get food stamps and he bt. Then you then you were removed from the pool of what they considered unemployed. So naturally as more people drop out of the workforce is going to be less unemployment. So I think really that's probably what's going on. With his record low unemployment. Especially now for corona virus because you know, we're a service economy unfortunately here in the United States I in Canada for the most part for the most part. Yeah courts are secret and that's the thing you know courts are now secret. So I point you know elections we're trying to keep election secret and you know I think it's totally appropriate to turn the government's logic back onto itself. If you have nothing to fear, then you have nothing to hide. man I mean for the most part unless you're planning a surprise party for someone or you're hiding hiding Jews in your attic in World War Two, in Amsterdam If you're keeping something a secret, most likely because you're doing something, you're not supposed to be doing right that's why all these people were part of secret societies. They sent two. Thousand dollars everybody got to. This is going to be a fraud. And this was the day. This day after project veritas expose via voter fraud, you of a pay to play or whatever they call it. In Minnesota and I'm surprised that trump didn't bring that up but he I think he did at. At a rally today so The Embassy de Thing is nice. Third you're watching. The election I think we're going to do well because people really happy with his job we've done. What we won't, we might not know for months because he's going to. Take a look at what happened in Manhattan. What happened in New Jersey take a look at what happened in other glaze all democrats then not losing two percent one percent which by the way too much. Listen thirty and forty percent is a fraud. And this is when Biden isn't interrupting because he has nothing to say he has absolutely nothing to say what's going on We have a day Dave Osborne says everyone he knows is here she on? Knows is on unemployment, Yeah, you know now that you mention it. Mo- most people I know in my in my class like. I don't. I. Don't hear any of them talking about working and you know now journalism isn't exactly the best field to be in right now. And like I'm not even working in journalism I mean I'm working a normal job but. Yeah and it's like you know and you know you see help wanted signs sometimes. Yeah. Like you know restaurants and stuff you need help wanted. 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What's up next visit the Liberty Radio Network Program Guide to find out at shows dot L. R. N. DOT FM that shows not L. R. N. DOT FM. And the ironic thing is right. You know you spend all that time to get your degree in Gender Studies Basket Weaving. Reminder. In basket weaving that's when you get out versus so few jobs available. That you have to get a job in. You know you have to go to trade school van you have to get a job at a store and yeah I mean it's it's Such a sick and twisted system but. Okay. So I played this. All right. So this was out of order but Here we go. So Chris Wallace tries the same shit because you gee, I wonder why he's obsessed with. Chris Wallace is obsessed with white. You know this this phantom of white supremacy. I. Totally. This is March third twenty sixteen. Vow that slant I totally disavow David Duke. I've been doing it now for two weeks. This is Question. It was very seventeen thousand. One, thousand, four, hundred, Eighty, eight people who've Asmat question later. that. Also, talked about in the form of groups groups I wanted to wish Moose you talking about. All he got to the. Land which obviously, I'm going to disavow, and by the way, if you look at my twitter account almost immediately after the program they disavowed again, you know what's amazing. Daughter everybody picks up all of. When I did this. Take a look at by twitter. Thank you. Tonight to condemn white supremacist and militia groups and to say that they need to stand down and not. Violence number of these that we saw in. Reset sure he mouth shore and. PORTLAND. Or I so van. Here we go. So. I don't think I have the proud boys Sound bite from Biden, which is really my bad. I should've I should've remembered to have interviews with Here we go. So, now. This is a Shit God. Damn. Why can't they have a good fucking quality clip of that. Debate you know and visit makes me think that verse setting something up for proud ways there's ever going to be. A false flag. Here we go. The the vice president. So. I think that there's GonNa. Be some sort of false flag or something else that you're gonNA use a proud voice for just just because of how how they've been like just force fed down our throats by these you know by Vitus media as. Dangerous. White Supremacist Organization when I mean, you know it's like this weird drinking club created by don't even more bizarre man named Gavin McGinnis where say they do this? This is weird Yo shit were they. They beat each other while they try and listen aim of breakfast cereals and things. More, than half of them are mixed race or and relationships of mixed race be point it's like you know. I mean it's like it's the kind of group of people you'd see altogether at a tailgate party. But for trying to build them up as you know, the next the next Why was? What was it called the the white. ARYAN resistance. No I did not get kicked out of college. I did graduate with my degree actually the see here not tomorrow vis vis Saturday actually there There's going to be the graduation ceremony which I will not be going to because it's over Zoom and at his lame and I want nothing to do with any of that kind of mental illness. Yeah. What's going on Cy Obstacles Little Chris. Is Not his sixty minutes daddy? That's for sure Oh yeah. I mean. I I hear he got I hear his dad was way better than he was. It's like. I'm not going say it. That's mean All right. So here we go. So now we're GONNA talk. So now it himself mentioned a proud boys, which means they must have drilled it into his head if he's able to remember them. In. Name when really they haven't really been that big of an issue outside of like rags like Jessa Bell. The. you know vice things like that for not specifically calling out and Tika and other left wing. Groups, but are you willing tonight? Down White supremacists and militia groups, and to say that they need to stand down and not add to the violence and a number of big cities as we saw in Asia and as we've seen in Portland. I'd say I would say almost everything I see is from the left wing. Right now, what are you? What are you? Willing I gotTA give it to trump for his to be as he very well could have just brushed over it said Oh. Yes. I disavow your Chris K.. Well, he's a bad guy. But trump decided to do reasonable thing and go for truth right choose the path of truth and say that the majority of the violence is indeed coming from the left. WanNa. Read. He wanted to call them what do you? Want. Sand back. By Yes Sir Mr. President. Standing by an and that's responded to go and I see on. On. On twitter, all these the overall celebrating and stuff you know standby and if they do have reason to celebrate I would've expected trump to throw them under the bus. But yes, Stan pack in standby. That's fucking great. Somebody's got to do something. because. This is is pathetic Vo. You have a president of the United States saying somebody's got to do something about this. Well, Gee, you know who does yeah who I wonder and and you know people say, Oh, what's Of A local law enforcement, which is true. But you know you have some called the FBI right? ANTIFA domestic terrorist organization by. Any definition of a word of a term, and for some reason, it's not being investigated in this because he has his deep state This deep State Shit Stain Christopher Ray who is running the FBI at Ao Biden used against him he usually gets suit your own FBI I might be in vis CLIFFE's your own FBI A. Fuck was your own FBI head said to white supremacy is the worst Turkana terrorism yeah. Because a bunch of white supremacists are stopping people inver cars on the freeway demanding say black lives matter yeah. You have. You know vote and burning down burning down neighborhoods after police are given You know lenient sentences and Shit Yeah. Well, those are white supremacists fo show. Celebrity. Anti. Joseph R Biden Junior. What's his name on organization? That's bullshit. Okay. Hold on I'm sorry. This is idea. Is. I. Visceral and good for him. Good for trump to save it. He's fucking wrong. He's asshole should be fucking fired Oh boy let's see Aaron. Let's. Let's see what this guy has to say. journal a journalist at Vox. Somebody's got to do something and. It can. Send back and it said by but I'll tell you what I'll tell you that somebody's lack. Disqualifying. Yeah. Yeah vs fucking PBS blue checkmark people Service hold of the of the antique is an idea thing. It's I. I don't know where area like. I mean I mean someone could easily say the same thing about the KKK because there's many different KKK groups and you know imperial wizards and so people could say the same thing. About neo-nazism because there is no official Nazi party of the United States. And this whole thing it's like, okay. Yeah you know. So what maybe the term Antifa describes what these people are, but that's the thing whenever you see any group calling himself Antifa the dress for same they behave the same they sound the same they believe in the same shit and at that point, it's like, okay. Yeah, maybe. It is an ideal, well, not even because it's going to say it's an ideology. Anti anti-fascist but I mean you can't base an ideology off of a negative. You're going to be pro something else and these people are pro communist or pro. You know what is Glenn Beck called Ver- Pro fug accuracy. And is just so disgusting. You Know Biden repeating that Horse Shit Oh by any I mean he knows very average person isn't going to look it up the average person. Isn't going to Yeah. 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So now we're going to dive in a little bit more of a proud boys and dive into his Democrat coup that is probably minute. Maybe, you know I say, probably maybe we don't really know. It very well could be everything be boring So actually I wanted to respond to chat by the way because I was asked if I had covered the Biden. If I. Thank You for follow Captain Dallas. Thank you for via. Valeria. Drapeau. Did. I mention a wire fell out of Biden shirt coat and something out of his sleeve. No, I didn't see that. I didn't mention it. I did see it. I don't really know what to think of that. So I I didn't really talk about it. Like. She's I don't know what it I I don't know what it could be. could it be a wire? I don't know I. Mean Some people said, his responses were too fast for to be a wire. So I don't know I can't really answer that Oh yeah, Shit, he's pointing out. My Dad requires me to wear a mask while I'm living in his house, Shit. See. Here of my audio's good. No, no That's terrible. So isn't the leader of a proud voice in riquet Tiro, a half black half Cuban guy almost as Goi yet Joe Biden the media called me white supremacist group. So fucking stupid. Here's a debate who here's an interview with him on Sky News, which is like the Fox News of the UK which you know shame on. Fox News not. You know for not getting this guy on since Joe Biden defamed his organization on your network. I don't see this as an endorsement from the president at all buying services. I. Guess. The head BA leader. I think he was very pointed question. Think the president was US to Disavow white supremacy. Two Times within back. And Biden Cruzan sake by naming our organization. Now We've been. In. Games and probably. inaccurate name that you can call us turn as as as you can see as you see. And, then you see what's going on. Thank you dual vamp nineteen eighty-four for a follow. You know he's right I mean I. GotTa say he is really right about that. The worst thing the Biden could do is. Not Worth. The best thing Biden, could have done for proud boys was to name them right was to them as a bogeyman the same way hillary. Clinton. NAMEDROP Alex Jones at some campaign event and then the Guy Yelled Pepe and you know and yeah, which which I mean I had so much of he's I was watching live I was watching that live I've Africa but Tom Yeah I mean, you know the the people who have the reverse the theory out there that all of these people are working together and stuff and I mean you know I I, I could appreciate fury. It would make sense right? If we're trying to be it's like the WWE, right reverse different teams and stuff but they're all working for Vince McMahon. You know where they say, okay. You're going to go out and say they want to build up a new wrestler or a new player in new team. We're going to have one of the bad guys heels or face or whatever go out and say. You're you know new X Y and Z your name drop him say how awful bad they are vendee audience I e voters the American people they start paying attention to them because we're going to do a false flag, we're going to move the paradigm or do whatever I'm very well possible or it could be that they just hate the proud boys vat much because they you know beat you know beat antique many times that they drilled it into Biden Ted mentioned them. Or, yeah, here we go. So this is someone asked about Adam Green to actually have a clip from. Proud boys and trump or working for real supremacists for prod boys and trump very nights ver ver not white supremacists ver a different kind of supremacist and thank you for follow. Mr Stray feelings. I don't like you I. Like Jews. Together we're both basically scientists, right he's talking to save Goldie who who got kicked off of rebel media rabbi meet issue rebel media for. Appearing on a racist, podcast with asthma door so. That's a fun little fun fact, and you'll, but she's so yes, she was honest. Even WanNA see solution role in full names in Israel last life, I'm the one state solution total annihilation of Gaza, the Bank in Palestine and he's Hilarious. Guys like more pro. I wanted to come in. There but for Israel. Will be up holidays. Booths. Saturday. and. So he doesn't get kicked off a fucking youtube and twitter for saying that right for saying he wants to become a pro Israeli fascist and beat up people based off or raise. Right? He gets kicked off for some of should make fun of a politician I don't. How? Big He was he was believe. One of the unofficial leaders of a proud voice. We have nightmares of Jewish people like Jeffrey. Epstein. Chuck Schumer Dianne Feinstein Yeah the real terrifying people. The IT maybe they should go watch some like offer something or go play great call of duty. Your. Great Great. You know what's it called traditional values. They're telling people to masturbate and watch in play video games all these people little fucking. Get Mad. Leftist talking point. So yeah, I mean you know these volumes basically, Zionists I was at the point where I wanted to become a Nazi skinhead there but. Yes. So Um, the problem with the whole Liberal Juon media idea is lefty seemed to be the only media who don't back Israel. Would actually. I'm on the American media you know the fake news media side where you know it's like, why would they back a foreign country? Why would the American media? Back for a foreign country and why would and I suppose it America First Canadian. You know he's he's unfortunately he's Canadian just like me Washington, he's English Canadian I'm french-canadian. Why would he be so concerned with a country that's you know in a more of an an ocean awaits it's an ocean and the C. Away. So I mean that's G and I'll just doesn't make any sense. Why wouldn't you want me to do that? Pathetic. But that's GonNa make in indicative of the entire proud boys. So Hero. So Joe Biden tweets out verse no other way to put it or not Joe Biden whoever's running Joe Biden's account tweets out versus no other way to put it. The president of the United States refused to disavow white supremacists on the debate stage last night, which is not true. Trump explicitly said he disavowed white supremacists but you have Lynnwood who's kyle written houses lawyer says formal demand for public retraction is being prepared for Biden Harris campaign on behalf of Kyle Rittenhouse 'cause by news picture of Kyle Rittenhouse been calling the white supremacists. I, also, hereby, by demand that Joe Biden immediately retract is false accusation. Kyle is a white supremacist and militia member responsible for violence and Kenosha. So that'd be really neat if we could see Lynnwood fucking sue. Biden. And then maybe that'll give him enough money. So he could help can't well out. So now I just want since I mentioned earlier visits Biden's crash. You know if you're doing my you know as I explained if you're doing 'em a crash the next day. So this is binds crash. This was knowing hold on okay. No I'm sorry this was a few days ago. Put together a platform the platform fully support president, kees talking oil. Yes, up name for our platform I can't remember what it is I'm sorry this was from today. Of thank you. Together. So. Any trump said that word that very of the previous night. So he sounds pretty tired already. So that's a crash. Here comes the train tried to make sure. Front. Off. Folks he sounds so drunk this is okay. This one was from a few days ago and yeah. So compare. Debate Biden to today Biden or the day before yesterday Biden. Clearly on drugs So here. We just we have only enough time just to play this. This is. Why she hold on since this is this is the end of the Saturday night prerecorded saying I'm just I'm just GonNa pay attention to Chat Scott. 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Weck, we'll hear from restaurant workers concerned about their health now that customers are coming back next week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan some of the scientific work that led to developing the bomb took place in Chicago although not be knew about it at the time. Secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's mind who worked on the Manhattan project. We'll find out more about the role the state played giving the world of bomb that's ahead on statewide. Statewide is brought to you by AARP Illinois providing information to help you and your family when the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart more information at AARP dot org slash near you. Welcome to statewide I'm Shawn Crawford on the wave restaurants are now offering indoor dining once again but those who work in those businesses say they have some concerns about the risk to their health will also find out about a little role in the Manhattan project and more than a decade since it was retired will here by the University of Illinois Mascot, chief Allina awake won't go away at least for some that more this hour on statewide. Up I this week pandemic has changed a lot of summer plans for college students like internships travel jobs key with WBZ, tells us how some students are still trying to make the most of their summer rice university student Kathleen Matthews had big plans this summer she was going to spend eight weeks in Argentina studying public health and working in a clinic. Then she was heading to Israel for a traditional birthright trip for young Jewish adults all of that was canceled due to the novel coronavirus she moved back in with her parents in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. So instead I took calculus to definitely a bummer. Cove nineteen is canceled many internships study abroad, opportunities and typical funds. Summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment. Many schools in Illinois have a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students tried to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade, the University of Illinois at her banished champagne and the University of Illinois at Chicago both saw summer enrollment numbers jumped twenty five and twenty, seven percent respectively from last summer. Alina callous is an incoming freshman at Loyola University Chicago. She decided to get a head start in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially double majoring I would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future I want to study abroad and things like that and I just want to make time. Loyola and other local private universities say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to For those lucky enough to keep their internships, it's now from the comfort of their homes Indiana resident. Joe Grazziano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships, they'd secured in the fall canceled and he was worried his paid internship with the risk management company. A on would be too. He plays baseball for Butler University and dedicated previous summers to baseball heading into senior year his resume was pretty thin. So I kind of really needed this. I'm not gonNA live. Canceled resume would have been like baseball club not very filling a on depends heavily on its interns traditionally, they hire nearly two-thirds every year permanently. So they mailed laptops home for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Graziano says he misses the in person interaction it's difficult to make a good impression remotely a live. You can get from even small talk at the office just and sometimes video it's Kinda hard to like to get across my personality is I want to I. Don't it's like hard to like portray myself to you over video still he feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen-year-old Manny Gonzalez who is studying computer science and engineering at Harold Washington College in downtown. Chicago he was involved with the group. Genesis works in high school, which helps students in underinvested communities connect with employers for job and internship opportunities. He was able to quit an overnight job at ups and start working at a data analytics company downtown, which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed in. That's also helping him build toward his career. I also feel like I'm lucky because you know not everyone gets this opportunity especially MIA age having like these big corporate companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing but even with his job, he's being extra productive this summer he's tacked on two summer classes. So he can finish his associates degree early and transfer to a four year school to earn a Bachelor's Kate Katie Wbz News. In May the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations. Peter Midland with W J. reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet the new standard harassment must be quote severe, pervasive and objectively offensive. Swallow Patel is director of Justice for student survivors at the National Women's law center. So these rules kind of total religious turn Ted on. Nine on its head as a civil rights law says, they raised the threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for around twenty years. If a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough. So that means some students would be forced to endure repeated. An escalating loves of abuse before they can get help the new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment that happened off campus. Now they'd. Have to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment to especially as many schools move to more virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered, but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois. University. Title Nine Coordinator. Sarah Garner says they. Do have procedures to help students. We have the opportunity to see. Okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we can address it as university but as faith ferber says, the problem is that places like an eye you could ignore those cases if they choose to and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools and we can't count on the government. So we can count on students in student power to really make a difference and holders schools accountable at. Students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic university hired another coordinator and Garner says they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long is so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy, Devos is trying to justify why the. Changes are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally Potala's there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So there was significant opposition and yet they they continue to move forward Sarah Gardner and I you were one of the many schools that Senate comments and harshly Maddie brought concerns made it into the final regulation. Patel says the provisions were largely. Unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't. Plan to re enroll and colleges could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the School Patel says that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another change the wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title line changes are in conflict with Illinois State Law, one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing, and as Sarah, Gardner at nyu says. State Law that says, you cannot cross examine what another this is the element providing sexual violence act however now the federal regulations as you must cross examine each other in public comment stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to demeaning inappropriate and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General. Kwame Raoul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth, there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and the school conducting the investigation and Peter. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach. Lou Hinson has died. He was eighty eight. He coached at Illinois from nineteen seventy, five through nineteen ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty three wins the most in program history back in Twenty Fifteen Hinson spoke with member station, W. I l. l. and he talked about being offered his first head coaching job at Hardin Simmons. University. In Texas in the early nineteen sixties and I said, well, I, have one thing that bothers me and I'll probably accept his job but you have to do one thing you'd have to agree to Tame I've had black by kosher black players all the time, and I'm not gonNA tote coach. Total why TAME Henson led Illinois to the NCAA final four in nineteen, eighty nine and a big ten championship in nineteen eighty four he was inducted into the national collegiate, Basketball Hall of fame in two Twenty fifteen that was the same year. The floor at the state farm center was named Lou Hinson Court in his honor. The thirteen years after the University of Illinois at our banished champagne retired their native American themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere and there is some support to bring it back. The Mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the character. Lee Gains with newsroom has this report. On February twenty, first two, two, thousand, seven thousands of people watched as a white man dressed in native American regalia danced kicked and jumped across the University of Illinois at urban champaign basketball court while marching band played he wore a feather headdress and blue orange and white face paint. As the performance came to a close the crowd cheered and some had tears streaming down their faces. chainsaw. Walks off the court for the last time at the University of Illinois. The event was meant to be the end of a tradition which dates back to nineteen twenty six and it came after decades of calls for the university to retire the race based Mascot. But some traditions don't die easy today thirteen years after chief. Was Officially, retired by the U. of I, the symbol endures people dressed like the mascot still pop up at Games. There are facebook groups with thousands of members calling on the university to reinstate the Mascot and merchandise with chief Allina wax image is still sold. I'm not certain that the university can move beyond she align wack anytime soon that's Matthew Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert he spent. Thirteen years as an American Indian studies professor at the U. of I, and now heads the Department of American Indian studies at the University of Arizona Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert saw chief Allina Weck perform at a football game in two thousand, six, a woman next to him asked what he did. Then she asked if he was an Indian and I said I'm Hopi Indian from northeastern Arizona. And I I always remember what she told me. She says, why don't you go down there and be the chief and you know then everything will be okay. By that time, the chief had become an extremely divisive issue on campus. The university was fighting to retain the mascot while the NC AA was pressuring institutions to get rid of racist native American Imagery Debbie Ries is a Pueblo Indian who taught at the university at that time she's an expert in. Native American imagery in Children's literature, Reese remembers protesting the chief outside football and Basketball Games lewd goater, silent protests at the Games where you do put yourself at risk of being spat upon of being yelled at being cursed at those were always very uncomfortable things but we felt important. So get them re says, the chief is a misrepresentation of native people. The honoring that people say they do with mascots like this is not honor earning it's integrating. It's demeaning. And it's an insult, the intensive of chief Solano work was always to. Was To hold culture in reverence encouraging people to learn about it. Dan. Maloney was the last person to officially portrayed chief. Allina wack on that University of Illinois. Basketball Court back in February two, thousand seven. He was a graduate student. Then Maloney says the reverence chief fans have for the character is one of the reasons it has endured long past its official retirement when it's removed especially when it's such a strong source of inspiration to many many people over many many years, it can be tough to tough to to move forward and many who oppose the chiefs say the university is to blame for its continued. Presence because nothing ever replaced it. It's basically for a lot of people still the mascot of the University of Illinois that's Vikram Sardana he graduated from the U. of I last year and he served on a commission intended to heal the chief Allina wick divide Sardana says the university should have created a new mascot years ago and I think that the lesson people should take from this is that not acting can make a problem worse than it needs to be that at some point, you have to rip the bandage off a spokesperson for the University of Illinois at our Champaign Champagne says that administrators are working. On a plan to move the campus forward, which will include a process to establish new traditions but Matthew Sokaiya. Stuart. Gilbert is skeptical that a new mascot can end the years long controversy and he says, that's because of all the alumni and fans who still cling to chief. Elena. Wick I think this will continue to be a controversy. This will continue to be a burden on the university especially, the native students have to deal with us on a daily basis we're enrolled at the university Sokaiya Stuart. Gilbert says time may prove to be the ultimate solution to the chief align awake problem as years go by. There will be fewer people who remember when a white man in a feather headdress and paint danced across the university's basketball courts and football fields. At time, I'm Lee gains staying on the sports theme the head of the Illinois High School. Association. Says, much of the upcoming sports season remains fluid as it tries to protect against the spread of covid nineteen. Executive Director Craig Anderson says the I Jesse has moved football boys, soccer, and girls volleyball from the fall to the spring. The says of COVID cases rise in the fall more sports could get shifted to the spring and winter sports could be put in jeopardy. Stay with US next on statewide you might be itching to go somewhere after months of staying at home. We'll have some tips for staying safe if you decide to vacation during the pin. Back on statewide I'm Shawn Crawford still to come as we near the seventy fifth anniversary of the atomic bombs being dropped on Japan will learn more about the work done in Illinois that changed the world forever. After spending months isolated in homes, some are wondering if it's possible to take a vacation safely during the pandemic Shayla, Farzin spoke with an infectious disease specialist, Dr Christel Abu about ways to stay safe during the summer travel season. It's inevitable that psychologically people tired and it's only natural to want to get away and go out. The first step is relieve homage risk. Am I willing to tolerate in the has to do with our own health conditions, but also the health conditions of the people around the. So even if we get sick in, we have mild you know coal symptoms in in muscle aches and we get better. Can we potentially take that back to somebody who may? Not Oil whale. So based on what we know now about the virus, are there some forms of travel that are safer than others like? Is it safer to drive somewhere instead of flying I? Don't know that we can easily say one is less risky. It's young fireman really that determines that goes if you go into a road trip, for example, in have of other people with you in a cod than it defeats the purpose. In. I, know, for example, when we talk about flying a lot of airline companies, actually most of them have had requirement in blissful mask wearing in digital health screening but the risk of flying with people that we don't know is higher than the risk of driving in our couch people that we do that we live with a lot of families are planning to take road trips the summer what kinds of precautions should they take? They're really going to a blizzard. Has Lower case is to make sure that they're not taking the infection with them. So one of the best ways to do that to two weeks prior to travelling making sure that they themselves weren't in themselves as much as possible. So watching whether going on staying in close quarters as much as possible to gain avoid the risk of them getting infected, intaking that infection where the going the shorter distance you have to travel better especially if you're familiar with young children. You have to think about rest stops you have to think about know bathroom breaks. In way you're going to be taking those and also stopping to eat right can you bring your own food potentially all a limit yourself to drive the Muzo outdoor spaces on but what I sees really for families traveling and how many stocks they have to make along the way again, increasing the chances of them getting exposed to identify visuals who may be infected that they can keep. Track over time what about hotels you know I've heard some recommendations that you should be sanitizing things and stripping off the comforter when you arrive because it's less likely to be washed in what about that so I would definitely recommend wiping down commonly used surfaces like doorknobs always something bag touched counters species Heidrich surface is even do should be cleaned. Other things that people may forget to clean active owns that come Christian face TV remote also something that people don't think. About. As far as the bedspread I don't know that I have personally seen evidence that bathing or cotton fabric surfaces retained various, but I do know for surfaces hard surfaces in highlight office is that's something that can be cleaned in stone ju limit the exposure, the risk we've seen cases increasing again across the country is that something that people should be thinking about when they're deciding when were wear to travel definitely look at being flexible in your time line. Also, being flexible in your potential final destination avoiding a busy places crowded places especially places that have the incidents of the Ridge going higher would be recommended on at this point. The things that I've seen work for people that easy if you can do more secluded areas. So for example, going to small resort. So cabin in the woods or things like that where that none is, it's only popular destinations or that this initiative that don't cater to thousands of people that's. Dr Christel Budo she spoke with Shelagh Farzin. You might wonder why it could take a while to get your cove nineteen test results governor Jay. Pritzker says, the state has done a good job at increasing the number of tests being performed but he says he's worried about the laboratory capacity to analyze those tests. The points out Illinois. Has Three state run labs which can handle about six to eight thousand tests per day since about forty thousand tests are being performed on. A daily basis, commercial labs both in and out of states are being utilized at labs across the nation there many machines they're only so many technicians who can run those machines for so many hours during the day Pritzker says commercial labs are being overwhelmed with test from states that have seen big spikes in corona virus cases. The end result could be longer wait times for results which the governor points out will make it harder to determine outbreaks and take quick action. Support for statewide comes from Aarp Illinois providing information to help you and your family as the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart or information at AARP dot org slash near you. Next week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of atomic bombs being dropped on. Japan. It's one of the most controversial decisions in US history research that resulted in the weapons of mass destruction took place at several locations but Chicago became one of the main science centers I spoke with writer, McClellan, mcandrew about the work done in the state and the reasons Chicago was a Manhattan Project Site. Well, there are several reasons. One was it was the home of Arthur Holly Compton who was a physicist who was already working on some of this Chicago is also seen as centrally located in the country so that other Manhattan project scientists around the country could access it fairly readily also the University of Chicago. Approved of being a Manhattan project site and support it this work going on people in aware of it in a very busy location in a major city, it's dangerous. It does doesn't it? It was a secret project and secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the Manhattan project. There have been some oral histories taking of people who worked on the project and one was of William J. Nicholson who helped create the pile as it was called, that was what became the nuclear reactor that developed the first self sustaining nuclear reaction at the University of Chicago, and he talks about this need for secrecy and how it was drilled into all of the staff there there were known. Agents of the German government in and around the University of Chicago. And we were told that. And that We were not to reveal anything of what you do don't take up with strangers. If you're having a sandwich someplace or beer or whatever watch out that people who may engage you in conversation. would be. Damaging to the war effort. And that the they may actually be the enemy. Question that comes up about this Manhattan project. Site at the University of Chicago in the. In the middle of this metropolitan side is where their danger was there a danger to the University Chicago Illinois even the Midwest region and physicists I spoke to said in essence? No the nuclear reactor that the scientists were developing at the Chicago at Chicago, was very low powered. In comparison to what we see today at most it could have powered a two hundred watt lightbulb therefore, it was not putting out the. Kind of radiation that one of our nuclear actors today could could do in there for the harm was not significant. Now, there was some danger to the people who were in the room where that nuclear reactor was working. One of the dangers although the scientists in charge had done innumerable calculations to make sure the danger was very small. There was still a worried that the nuclear reactor could get out of control. And they took protection against that and they had what they called the suicide squad two to three men who stood atop the nuclear reactor with the cadman solutions solution case, it did run away and start to melt down. They would pour this over the pile and hopefully it would stop. But as scientists told me, the suicide squad would not live to tell about it. The first nuclear reaction took place there, and it was momentous especially when you think about it in the terms of what would come later. But at the time from what I read in your story to those folks, it was sort of matter of fact, it was a big deal, but their reaction was a bit anti climactic. Obey basically broke out a bottle of Chianti and all signed the basket that the bottle of Chianti was in, and that was pretty much it. The physicists I talked to you said that lead scientists on the reactor and fair me was so sure he had done endless calculations. He carried his slide rule around with him for those who don't know what a slide rule is. That was your pre computer calculator in the days and he carried that around with him he did analyst calculations to make sure he knew what was going to. Happen with this nuclear reactor, and so it went exactly as planned and in essence while it was an enormous event, it changed our lives, it changed science and international relations forever, the scientists there just pretty much congratulated each other and broke out a bottle were the scientists concerned about the the use of this technology forward I mean from the time they were working on this had they had some idea in their mind that they could be unleashing something that they will never be able to put back in the bottle so to speak. The folks I talked to said that the scientists of course are smart people. These were literally some of the greatest brains of the twentieth century. Scientists at the top of their field. They knew the potential of the science that they were working on and. They. Did they know immediately that they were working on a bomb. It's kind of unclear. They certainly became aware of it as their work went on during the Manhattan project. and after. It became clear that there would be a bomb developed from their work. Some of them became very concerned about that some of the Chicago scientists especially, and they developed the bulletin of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago to work on trying to control the use and. Thoughts and opinions about this new power they had unleashed after the Matlab in Chicago achieved its goals of creating plutonium and creating the first sought sustaining nuclear reactor, both of which were essential for developing atomic bombs for the war purpose some scientists continued the work on the possibilities of this new nuclear power, specifically some of the peaceful purposes of it, and they continued that work at Argonne National Laboratory in Lamont, which still exists and still works today. We talked about the concerns that something could go wrong possibly may be dangerous to people around it at the same time there is also concerns that the Germans especially would find out that this work was being done there in Chicago could become a target during the war that that is something that was drilled into people as well. Yes. In fact. Some of the Chicago scientists working on the Manhattan project were off. Refugees from Fascist Europe. And I spoke to a physicist who wrote a book related to the Manhattan Project and he talks about how they had feared that the Nazis would bomb. Chicago specifically because of the work in because of the refugees there here's physicist Stanley. Word. They felt quite rightly that that seems. To Kill Them Right. I find it interesting. Little note in the are gone archives. Many years ago said ineffective course determines must know where here. So when they haven't atomic bomb the first one, they'll drop the Chicago that was the risk that they foresaw to Chicago area that the Germaphobe dropping a bomb on them. We knew that people high up in the military I'm guessing would have known about this work and and you know the president's administration maybe would have known about what was happening here did everybody at the University of Chicago even the administration there what was taking place? The Manhattan project was extremely secret ultra secret I've read in one place that even Truman did know about it which I have a hard time believing that Congress didn't know about it again, I haven't verified. In the big question even today is did the University of Chicago President Robert Hutchings know what was going on in his own backyard almost literally beneath his football stadium. and. It sounds like there's a lot of disagreement about that. Now I have since read the Robert Maynard hutchins a memoir by Milton mayor and he says, he absolutely knew about it but was very was under instructions that when he told his deans and trustees number one, he could not even mention the word uranium. And that when they asked him if there was any danger to the University of city, he said unlikely but he couldn't he couldn't rule it out now. Here's what a physicist at the University of Chicago. Current physicist whom I interviewed said about whether or not he thinks the president knew he had to know it was only three blocks from his house two blocks from his house. Historians can debate it but I'm sure he knew about it. He just couldn't officially know about it because you can't. You can't. Ask can I make a nuclear chain reaction on your campus in the middle of the city answer? No. Assist is Dr Henry Frisch and historians very interesting because he is literally Los Alamos Baby, his parents worked on the Los Alamos project, and that's where he was born today. There is monument that's at that site that recognizes that were talk about that and is it something that people on the campus peel out of attention to or remember that this took place there is this just something of the past that people if. Mostly, forgotten, that's a great question. Yes. There was a sculpture placed atop the site where the nuclear reactor was. It's right next to this beautiful new library they have and the sculpture is very abstract. Looks like a nuclear mushroom cloud. Some people says, it looks like the human brain I think that was intentional on this part and when I interviewed Dr Henry Frisch Again, a physicist currently at the University of Chicago and literally. Alamos, baby himself his parents worked at Los Alamos. He said that the University of Chicago has kind of split feelings about being the site of the first self sustaining nuclear reactor in the world. He says that they have celebrated the seventy fifth anniversary of that nuclear reactor going critical. But that there are some people who feel very uncomfortable about it, because of of course, how that power ended up being used and what has done today to your international relations and potential of war. That's writer Terry McLaughlin mcandrew. You can read her story about the role Illinois played in the Manhattan project that's available at her website statewide show dot com. Statewide coming up what is Hampton. A restaurant to eat what turns out a lot of restaurant workers have concerns as well. We'll hear from some of them that story is on the way. Last week, we told you about the Reverend C t Vivian who recently died mccomb that's final respects to the civil rights leader who grew up in the western Illinois community. He was ninety five rigor has this report on the local memorial service more than one hundred people attended the outdoor service held on a hot and muggy afternoon Dr j. q adams was the featured speaker. He's a former professor at Western, Illinois University and he conducted several lengthy interviews with. Vivian Adams recounted one of Vivians best known moments from the American Civil Rights Movement Vivian was in Selma Alabama in one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five to push for voting rights. He was stopped on the steps of the Dallas County courthouse by share of Jim. Clark who punched Vivian in the face in front of reporters and protesters we still see you struck in bloodied knock to your knees and we still see you rise up not with contempt but with love. because. Says it takes radical love to overcome radical evil and says, he visited with Vivian three years ago he says right up to the end, the Reverend's passion for the civil rights struggle remained alive and well, the service took place at the site of ct Vivians, Boyhood home. The latte is now vacant though there are plans to build a center of Civic and social engagement as well as a small park at the location. Rich Agar reporting. The. Federal Government has paid billions of dollars to keep the food chain running. That's included in part sending direct payments to farmers and ranchers but as Dana Cronin, reports for harvest public media, not all farmers, Mar- seeing those benefits. When you walk into Cindy Ashes Barn one of the first things you notice. Besides the sheep is a huge burlap sack practically bursting at the seams with mole look at that big bag. Right there were sitting out about six hundred pounds all for when they were sure last and it's been sitting there since they were shared in. March ash runs jubilee farms in Clinton Illinois where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for wool to be turned into yarn. But not many people are buying premium yarn in this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened but there's really no point in US paying thousands of dollars for process will that we can move right now. So which is part of what the CF AP was. Open to help with CFA P. that stands for Corona Virus Food Assistance Program and is run by the US Department of Agriculture. It's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and ranchers, but it hasn't been helpful to farmers like, Cindy. Ash. It doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers It seems like the program was really designed for. Horny soybean or large livestock producers, and we are we don't do any of that in addition to wool. Ash usually sells produce at the local farmers market, which was closed this year due the krona virus. So she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application, which requires you to list each crop you grow and estimated loss. If you're listening every crab that you weren't able to sell it a farmer's market this year. You literally depends how big bigger farmers and how much growing, but you could have hundreds of crops here to list the USDA recently added to their list of eligible crops but some of the items ash cells still don't qualify including things like eggs, and for those that do qualify Usda pays wholesale commodity prices usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars. USDA would only compensate her about two hundred. Sanaa's demand is the federal policy director for the national young farmers. Coalition she represents a lot of specialty crop growers, the details of how it's laid out, make it hard for them to see. An amount of funding coming out of the program that really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to put in to calculate all of those things and have all the paperwork to back it up in twenty eighteen specialty crops accounted for about a quarter of all US crop proceeds. But as of late, July specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. USDA's farm. Service. Agency administrator Richard Ford dice says it's a matter of timing that is he says, the program is based on losses incurred between January and April. Not. Really a time when when we saw you know every stake would have had would have had specialty crop production happening at that time. So I think that's I. think that's one reason why we're seeing a little smaller percentage. Recently, lawmakers sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program by basing it on total losses rather than on individual crops. But four says that would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on a farm. Cindy. Ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the USDA. I would say that not just this year but overall and they need to pay much more attention to diverse farmers, produce farmers, people that are doing something other than traditional like corn beans, enlarge livestock she says, it's more than likely. She'll take a loss this year a year she'd hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm Dana Cronin. Harvest. Public Media. This statewide Governor Jay Pritzker Restore Illinois plan highlighted contact tracing as a key part of the state's fight against the novel Corona Virus Peter Midland to a newly trained contact tracer about what goes into the job Reynolds FA was one of the millions of Americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic he needed work, but he's also at high risk I'm sixty one years old. Actually a renal transplant recipient. So My suppressed. Immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question. But then he stumbled onto an article about Illinois community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracer from home it interesting because I'm a people person so I'm going to be able to talk to people also. Could be able to help people which I think is a good thing governor. Jay Pritzker seems to agree with that last part he's called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain corona virus jiffy enrolled in a four week course at college page and new student demand. The college even had to open up extra sessions he's just finishing. So he's in the process of looking for employment, which he says will be the easy part since the job is in such high demand, some local health departments like in. Cook County are offering position starting at twenty dollars an hour to face says he seemed jobs offering between thirty, five, thousand and fifty, thousand a year I'm going to. Buy My second yacht working this job, but it also with food on the table and keep them for the head. So I'm pretty happy with it. The work of a contact tracer has been likened to a detective or a game of clue. But Jay says, he sees it much differently. Typically, you're going to call someone up they've recently tested positive and or they've been in contact with someone tested positive and it could be you know Kinda scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private eye. You then calculate their date of infection as the standard is two days prior to the first symptoms appearing he says depending on the symptoms they'll know if they have to. Self isolate or medical attention, and the contact tracers job is not only to ask people about where they've been and who they've seen. They also need to direct them to any medical help or social services. They might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating around the Internet if the person needs quarantine and around their own tracers can also help coordinate food for them or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk, a contact tracer may follow up with a person, every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hesitant to talk at all the develop some sort. Of a relationship with this individual because the other part of it is they need to give you truthful Information Illinois Public Health Director in Gaza Zeke acknowledges that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups. As he says, the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable talking with health officials contact tracing has been pushed into many people's Mokaba Larry lately, but it isn't new public health workers have been doing it for decades to combat infections like to Burke Yellow Sus and sexually transmitted diseases, but it's just not normally done on this massive scale right now Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand. A viable employment opportunity or years, and then after that, you know I. I. Hope for years. Now, we've Kinda Lik the Kobe thing or there's always going to be needs to contact racers just not quite in the volumes that we need. And God bless you. About constructors. Volume tips. So concerned about how those. Threatening their health. I didn't remember with members station wbz in Chicago has this report one restaurant worker says, time customer walks through the door she feels a flash of anger no matter who they are or what they're ordering every person who comes into the restaurant I see them as a potential threat she doesn't want to be identified. So WBZ had an actor record. What she said she says she used to love the job that now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings. I really think the people. who go out to the restaurants? Now are the people who don't care about everyone's safety. Some service industry workers say they're facing an impossible choice they're being ordered to work inside were they fear for their health, but they could get fired if they say, no, because their bosses have asked them to come back, they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining, they couldn't survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers this economy need the money, but are we putting servers health at risk? Well, other states have attributed. covid nineteen searches to bars doctors like, Benjamin Singer at northwestern university say it's unclear how safe restaurants are so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant what's the set of the restaurant? What's the airflow situation like and so all these things create a very muddy picture as to the actual risks. A recent Japanese study found your twenty times more likely to catch the virus indoors than outdoors. A Chinese case studies showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning and one restaurant data isn't great for trekking. Weather restaurant workers are getting covert nineteen more than anyone else for governor Jay Pritzker says if cases go up much more indoor dining in bars could be the first to go Lori lightfoot just tighten the city's restrictions on bars. They can no longer serve alcohol indoors without food license one chef doesn't think that's enough and actors replacing his voice to I'm not a business owner I'm not gonNA pretend to know you know what that feels like but I am a human and I do know from being on the employee side of it. It felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more of the priority he says he was forced out of his job a high class restaurant over discomfort about working in a pack space many service workers who spoke to Wbz said they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from Chicago restaurant workers found nine out of ten workers do not feel safe under the current rules and regulations. And the city only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles. Glenn False. From agrees with workers so much. So he let us restaurant close he ran false chins fresh fish market in Lakeview for nearly seven years for refuse to put employees at risk and said so on social media when he closed, you know I I I'm that kind of person where my businesses. is paramount over everybody. Else's concern. You know I'm not GonNa go home at night put my head on the pillow I I made two, hundred, fifty dollars profit today but susie went down sick he says under current conditions restaurants can't survive much longer anyway Michael Roper at Hopley Tavern Andersonville says he can make it through summer but worries about fall I. Usually look forward to fall I like fall color I liked the coming holiday season but this year I am in dread of November that's when he has to start paying back his government P P, p loan and it'll be too cold to seat people outdoors Hopley. About twenty percent of pre pandemic sales with indoor dining taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says, Roper says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month, he'd Mothball Hopley until the pandemic was over, he says businesses like his will die unless the government stops loan and mortgage payments in some other nations this has worked but. Don't have. You know we don't have an FDR in Washington right now we have a donald trump our country is not gonna be. The same. If we lot all these places go. McCall WBZ news. That's all the time we have for this week statewide be sure to join US next time we'll have more reports and conversations from in and around Illinois. If you missed any of this week's episode or past episodes, you can find them at statewide show, dot com and our podcast is available through the NPR. One. APP. 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Trump says the next days of covert nineteen treatment will be the real test I'm sound and Grasso Fox News president trump said in a video from his hospital room that he felt much better and hope to be back soon I'll be back I. Think I'll be back soon. And I look forward to finishing up the campaign the way it was started and the way we've been doing. Kind of numbers that we've been doing we've been so proud of it. Some of the president's supporters outside of Walter Reed National Military Medical. Center. Dozens and dozens of his supporters lining the street right outside Walter Reed where the president has been waving flags honking horns. Trying to disrupt the press, they delivered their reports just a little bit. And their message is clear. They're trying to give president trump the support that he needs to fight through the coronavirus. Now, tell me what that video that president trump recorded inside Walter Reed. Certainly welcome news for every American. Showed that he at least sounded healthy. That's Fox's Kristen Fisher a White House team of doctors said on Saturday morning the president trump's condition was improving and that it was already talking about returning to the White House within minutes White House. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows gave a less rosy assessment telling reporters the president's vitals over the last twenty four hours were very concerning and the next forty eight hours will be critical in terms of his care. Twenty twenty trump campaign director of Communications Erin Pariente says President Trump continues to hold China responsible for the corona virus and won't stop fighting them. He will continue to confront China the way he has holding them accountable for unfair trade practices, the stealing of intellectual property here in the United. States. 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That's a whole new normal thing is it's been my position since the lockdown that the new normal would never end right that folks would have to you know mass gap we'd otherwise experience and I still think we're gonNA experience more. You know medical intrusions into allies courtesy of the government I think all of that. Sort of. In play or could be in play at at the time. But it's been my position and a lot of folks seem to think Oh. This is going to calm down after the election will largely pink. And you're not the only person I've heard that from a few different people but I don't think so and I used the most recent example in my memory of well the establishment of the TSA right and I didn't go the Patriot Act was supposed to be temporary. Right? There's only supposed to be for six months or a year was the first. And then when it came time for it to expire, but it's like, oh, it's going to expire and then they just renewed it again and then they renewed it again, you don't vote for the Patriot Act you're not patriotic. What are you against Patriots? Well? The Patriot Act gives the state. The government more power and they really like that. They love power whereas the mask mandates although its power it's not power. The particularly well, benefit benefits that what are you talking about? How does it not benefit them to have total mask obedience to have everybody out there seems like everybody Ninety. Nine percents. Chance around here at least I know there's different areas of the country where where that's not true. But you know we're not exactly living in an urban. Area we're in sort of almost woods, but the the mass compliance that's what government goons want they want you to obey, and they want you to go and be a part of their ritual, and that's what this is. It's absolutely a ritualistic worshiping of the state and it's sick. They absolutely benefit from this obedience. Well there's nothing real there I mean. So as people dwindle off from the masks, then the state is going to like if they hang their hat on. Power the power to get you to cover your face. Right. If that's what they do then as people get less and less concerned because consider Cova went from Lega a ten percent death rate two, point one, those are people aren't paying attention at that point. Look at some point or another. They're going to say look nobody's dying from this. Anymore we're almost at the point that that covid reaches the excess death rate at which point you can't even call it a pandemic anymore. Well, I, hope you're right about that market I. Just don't I mean I don't see that people are going to be paying attention to that, and even if they do pay attention to it, I don't think that's going to make it. So they're not afraid of whatever it is. That comes next well and let me be clear. It's not just the masks that I'm talking about. You know we're we're pretty quick around you're talking about masks and it's not just masked. It's everything else. It's the half capacity restaurants and bars. It's the small businesses of which fifty to sixty percent of them will not reopen it. These are the kinds of things that the government has taken control above and you're telling me, you think they're really going to let go of that control they're gonNA have to Egypt's Economics but the people who pay their taxes are these businesses that they're keeping at half capacity and look. Done they're gone these politicians that go into these restaurants have to understand the idiocy of wearing a mask. You go sit down at a table taking the mask enjoying your meal for an hour, putting the mask on and getting up and walking a lot of idiocy when it comes to government not forget that particularly I believe it was in DC or Maryland were they exempted themselves from this type of thing, right? So they wrote it when they wrote their mandate the. Everybody's gotTA. Wear the masks now except for us the politicians well, they wrote that same thing with smoking rules and their buildings to everybody else had to stop smoking in public buildings except the government building what I'm saying is they really don't give F- about you or me or the regular people there have been There was one interview that I read where. Two people were in a car because that was the only time they could meet up and they ran through the drive through and the person being interviewed said something like you know and and eventually we'll have to you know make sure that everybody's essential like you know because the person at the mic drive through was essential but nobody else was and this was a politician just sort of you know casually off the cuff, not caring about the person that she just got her food from being an essential employees right so no, I don't think so they only care about power. They only care about increasing it and getting more for themselves and they have gotten more of an and it is. It's not just about masks. They're not even having public trials anymore. There are now secret trials that are happening is very interesting. So the what you're talking about there is really the crux of all of this is that these these duplicitous lying efforts that we've known duplicitous lying efforts since we founded this nation. I mean no doubt. Maybe maybe we'll exempt the first generation. Everybody likes the founders. But I mean after that, they're all duplicitous lying efforts and now they want to have secret trials and they are yeah nobody's paying attention. No one cares because no one's ever been to trial that wasn't their own anyway for the most part. That's true. But I'm paying attention and. You know I appear to care there activists there are journalists believe it or not whether they're employed by. Overt journalists, corporations independent. But there are people who do attend trials college kids doing research students, that kind of thing. So it's important for those trials to be open justice so that everybody can see what's going on but they've the government is not gonNA forget how easy it was to closed trials. Eliminate entertainment to stop concerts to stop Fanta performances of any kind. They're not gonNA forget that and I I contend that they're going to be very, very slow or park. Avenue. To give that up you said, they have to go back to normal because all this economic ruin has been coming out of this but we're already looking at sixty percent according to the recent numbers shown by Yelp the company that people leave reviews for other companies. You know that that APP. They looked at the number of businesses that had closed over this whole corona virus crackdown thing and they found that sixty percent of them were closed permanently. That's it. They're done they're not coming back. It's over. So you've already had tremendous damage to people and their businesses the economy you know they're going to decide that now's the time to go ahead and let people go back to work. There are lower numbers being reported on that too. So I'm not entirely sure that that sixty percent number is is jaw dropping, and if if it gets to that and if it does, it's it's just terrible fifty percent in San. Francisco well, I mean I, don't I don't know what to say about San, Francisco answered down twenty percent. Now you can get a single bedroom apartment for twenty, eight, hundred dollars Downright. Not Affordable. Dot affordable. I mean, so big cities have their issues. Especially, it's going to be San Francisco where you know these people are gonNA. Be Awful about everything that comes along I. Think these masks by enlarge at this point or totems little good luck charm I. Hope. Biden wins. This point they say that in the shuttle slavery as that, the slaves were made to wear masks to signify that they were owned. ooh. that. Sounds believable. It's certainly what's happening. Now it's certainly what's going on. Now I mean people whether they're wearing the mask because they're afraid of covid or they're afraid of what their neighbors will think or they're afraid that the police will come after them or whatever. It's all about fear I think it's mostly social pressure but I think so yeah, largely. the toll free number here is eight, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty, free. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, and speaking of courts and masks not only can you not go to court if you won't put a mask on and the places where I've attempted also, apparently, it's now getting into the cases meaning child custody cases better wear a mask or you don't get your kid. Coming up here. It's free talk live. 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So what you're saying is he had covert in July beat it survived it had testing negative. It had to test and both of them come back negative. And interesting. So. There's numbers are I mean I'm just one person so I'm not going on. Country it's absolutely happening all over and we've seen that there's financial incentives for these doctors and hospitals to rack up those code numbers. So it's incredibly perverted and providers. The fact that somebody tests positive for covert antibodies or whatever the the situation is doesn't mean they died of it. Any more than like George Floyd was you know supposedly killed? By that police officer look, I don't Wanna I don't WanNA sully and he cases there sure looked like he was sure it should have that look and he was found to be covered positive and so I mean, do we rack up him as another one? They tried that Tony thanks for the call tonight man I appreciate your story or experience with us Do you guys remember. When this first started right of the Longtime Arch Right Yep His longtime ago. Do you remember when they used test wash your hands? I mean I was told to Wash my hands when I was growing up my parents right right on a new thing I'm talking about with the rise of covid right? Sure. Period. Of steps I talked to friends of mine who were like, okay, look you just gotTa wash, your hands you know be vigilant about it. That's all you gotta do. Right that was their reaction, their initial reaction before all the mandates and stuff started ruling down and that seems to have gone away from the government propaganda. All of their propaganda is surrounding the masks now and following orders I haven't seen one piece of propaganda that reminds people to wash their fricken hats I. Don't know I've seen something somewhere recently I have not. I think it strangely disappeared that the advice that they were giving everybody in the first place and the same advice they followed in the previous two US pandemics but we don't know if people are washing their hands but we can see if you're wearing your masks, right? Yeah I can't remember I walked into some place in the last couple of days where they were very specific. Oh. Is The dentist's office. We're very specific that you needed to get to use the hand sanitizer I. Just. Walked in the door. Yep. So they're like, sir, can you please stop don't sit down you need to use the hand sanitizer knows a bunch of signs of the door stop this that and the other is the instruction was given to you on the door. When you go in, you must use hand sanitizer. That's right. Was it before you touch the door to open it do they have some hand sanitizer as well? It was between two doors. So there was the door into the hallway and then the door into the Dennis Office. Well, so it was in the hallway I guess you and I don't go to the same dentist. 'cause I didn't have any issue. Thank goodness going to the local dentist here in this this area who I won't say who that is because I don't want to you know but I mean I'm not even clerk Karen now everything that I've read that comes from any of the government approved agencies, CDC it's. Always says the corona virus may be transmitted via air the air it may be airborne. It never says that it is. Never, says Corona is transmitted airborne. They've said that it has been I don't know if see said WHO said it but at one point it was said it was airborne. One point it was said that it could live for weeks on a surface and then at another point somebody said No. Live on a surface for very lied be curious if any of our listeners know is there any evidence that corona virus is airborne is spread through the air? The claim is, is that if you're talking to somebody for like a half hour that you have an increased chance of transmission because the person if they're in close proximity to you is probably sprang some amount and every time I read that it says because Corona virus may be transmitted. It never says is it says it may. Yeah. Color me unconcerned about all of this I don't care honestly I don't care if it is transmitted airborne I don't care if it stays on the surface for three weeks. I don't care about any of it. I. Don't care if I get it I may have already had it. I don't care. I'm not going to get tested to find out if I've already had it because it's irrelevant to me. And look if you're worried about it, stay home if you're worried about it, stay inside call up. 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Look really getting exercise and people walk down the street on the way to the studio tonight just masculine I saw one woman walking down the street I don't know if she even had a mask on, but she was trying to stay away from the other people that were on the sidewalk and she was fully in the street like if there were traffic coming, she would have been blocking the traffic. In that particular case, I've seen people walk going out of their way of waiting petting dogs and things like that, and it's just it's just so sad. But now, at least one judge is telling us some people in custody trial child custody trial that they better put a mask on. They might not get their kids tell you about that coming up here the toll free number. If you WANNA join US eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free that's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, and then CNN's going to try to tell us that, hey, get used to it. 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But regardless the court filings show that Broward County Circuit District Judge Dale Cohen call the mother a quote Anti Mask Person Unquote who had the audacity to brag about it on facebook. Conservatives take issue with the decision, but it illustrates how judges in family court now must consider the health risks of covid nineteen on top of juggling the interests of feuding espouses, single parents, and reluctant child support Pairs, and this is the thing that I would say about So family court, not real court and right far as I'm concerned family court judges not real judges right. But I will say this when you're when you're dealing with warring spouses, the kids going to have whatever medical condition he needs he or she needs to have in order for the the more uptight parent, the one who has custody and trying to keep. From getting it to to you know whatever it takes, they're going to have that happen. So but I mean this isn't terribly uncommon if you've got parents with two different religions or one parent wants the kid to wear a dress and the other parent doesn't and all these other things this all stuff always comes up i. i. want to just point out and you alluded to it that. Family. Court is not real court for our listeners out there who don't know. The best example of this is a movie called Divorce Court if you can find it. it. Rely opening thing I have been through family court was in the foster care system as a child a couple of different times I've been through family court because eventually I was adopted and all that kind of stuff. So you know as a child, I've seen it you know through being part of it, but then as an adult and one who's sort of grown in the philosophies of freedom to see the documentary Memory Divorce Corp, which highlights how not real family court is they don't play by the same route in fact, they play by no rules at all. Compared to regular court and we all know how corrupt involved regular. The regular court system is roll number. One of the New Hampshire District Court court rules is that the judge can waive the rules in the interests of justice. So rule number one is there are no rules and that's in District Court. Now that's when you're dealing with the laws that happy written in conjunction with the you know to to agree with constitution or whatever. As they say however, with family court, you signed a piece of paper when you got married consented to their jurisdiction, you consented to their jurisdiction you said, yes, it's me my wife and the state bonded before gotten as told you up, you gotta go through the State. George Washington. Abraham Lincoln these people weren't married by the government. That came about later in the eighteen hundreds during the The first thing was, yes. It had to do with the civil wanted to keep blacks for marrying whites nationally, they created marriage licenses in order to decide who could get married to whom now everybody wants one well, and so my question to most people who have not heard this kind of talk is why would you ever want to involve the state in? Your personal relationship. They don't think about it that way. It's a good question though too great question and particularly when the the whole the the gay marriage thing was a popular platform for politicians and I would say, why on Earth. Do you want the government's involved in the answers where things like? Well, you know if one of us get sick if you have a He had to go to the hospital. You can't name them as like your your spouse in the same way you can. Go through and so like taxes. Okay. But still I feel like not having the state involved in your personal relationships is a far better thing couldn't you give somebody like a medical power of attorney you can be too i. believe there are ways to circumvent that you have to deploy lawyers to make it happen and all that kind of thing. So I mean much effort do you WanNa put into it really e- and what I think the large part it has To, do with sort of benefits and insurance and that sort of thing. So insurance companies obviously don't want to cover a spouse if they don't have to and if they don't have to, they don't have to and so I think that that's the number one reason. But you're saying as far as taxes go in a lot of cases or at least enough cases, there's a marriage penalty penalty it costs you more in taxes to be married as opposed to less and. So I want to tell you more about what this judge had to say in North Carolina the woman Joseph who moved there from coral springs. The outside of the Pandemic Response Drew Judge Cohen's Ir by posting a picture of herself, Mass Klis in the waiting room of her oral surgeons office in June normal face in an office. Oh, my gosh. In the robes said quote she's one of those anti mask people and she's got the audacity to post that on social media. She's going to wear a mask if she doesn't time sharing is not going to happen. So. This. Just goes to show you how important this whole asking thing is to these politicians, these judges and these people within the state system. If you don't do what they say, they're literally going to keep you away from your children. We're taking them away us. Yeah. They will use whatever leverage that they can get against you to make you show your obedience because that's what this is. It is absolutely not only is it a signaling for? The people of whatever political persuasion love I'm on this side, but it's also a religious ritual put your mask on before you go into the store, put your mask I gotTa have your mask on Hey, you can't just be sitting in that office without a mascot. The judge says, sorry, honey no freethinking today just put on your mask and you celebrities and politicians tell you. Yeah. You actually talk to the architect of the Mask Ordinance Hearing June Just you know a couple few minutes walking by with a mask on you said, Hey, nice to see you without of ask on the like the first Braff he said the Word Ordinance Yeah I. There's a strange thing to say somebody says, Hi Nice to see your face. I mean he he was saying, Oh, well, it's not required by the ordinance outdoors is what he was saying. Right I. He's he's got to cover his tracks was his first word ordnance. What do you think you? Like you're threatening to arrest people. Yeah. So the judge said in person visits. Oh sorry one more thing Coen's pointed criticism online hearing, September eighth course it was online and prompted Joseph's attorney to ask him to remove himself from the case which has dragged on for thirteen years. Child is fourteen ESA. Tired to judge a judge said in person visits would have to be supervised because he doesn't trust Joseph aged forty forty-three to wear a mask and he would not consider a long distance parenting plan which outlines each parent's rights when they don't live in the same state between Joseph, Anderson until the covid crisis has passed and when the hell is that going to be good question. Yeah. I at this point nobody even really has. Some we'll tell you what is it over I wanted to win what what's it look like when it's over somebody told me that that break point our toll free number. If you WANNA join US eight, fifty, five, fifty free like freedom. 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This is the most recent episode of Free Talk Live presented by. Ca I get interactive at Freetalklive Dot. com. This is free talk live by Saturday edition of the show invited to join us on the radio talk about whatever you want the numbers eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free. We're talking about judges getting involved in. People's divorce, which, of course, what they do, but now saying that and in this particular custody case that's being reported on in the Orlando Sentinel that. Must wear a mask or else she won't get to even visit her son. So she wants to be normal normal face. Yeah that's a nice thing. Right like to be able to see your son's hitter him to see him to see your seeing seeing you smile and like warmly loving that person no. Now, you have to have your entire expressions wiped away although there are from what I understand clear face masks I have yet to see any of these in actual. Use but what I'm told that such things do the face shield it looks like a sneeze guard in front of your face. Like something, a welder would wear I've seen both worn in tandem at the federal courthouse, court security is wearing both the face mask and the face shield Dublin them well, the twice a savings. Yeah I think that that's probably the single worst thing about the face masks is what it does to people psychologically to not be able to see other people's faces absolutely really bad and what we don't know we can look at the Center for Disease Control's charts on deaths in America and find out how many what we don't know is how many deaths are caused by suicide and alcohol poisoning, and just sort of all of the depression that has gone into this cove thing and those that. report the master like Oh well I don't know what we do about that. It's so bad but I mean, you know this if you were given no no no no. That their responses we've heard them say this if you bring up suicides if you bring up job loss, if you bring up all the, you know these sorts of things drug overdose then they say, Oh, well, that was their choice whereas you didn't choose to get covert. So therefore they just. Dismiss all of those other people who have died as a result of the covid credit samples choice to walk outside right I mean. So if you catch the Kovic Chances, are you got it outside your house and a lot of people caught it inside some people call it. Yeah. The ones that did caught it from somebody who went outside their house though I mean you, it's your house. You get to make the rules. If somebody leaves, you cannot let him back in. Whatever the case may be I don't know I'm. Very frustrating and. Let's despicable. If you were given a cancer diagnosis but you had, but it was ninety nine point nine percent survivable you wouldn't even think about it. Yeah. I Got News for you ladies and Gentlemen Everybody Who's listening to me as a cancer survivor. Everybody. Has had cancer cells and beat them they just yeah. Your system just beat them. You just didn't know you're sick. You're survivor. Yeah. Well, and the funny thing is that people who are reporting this pandemic the people who are out there advocating constantly for masks in this net, they always love to say, well, if it saves one life and they don't care about the lives of all the other people, the ones that have committed suicide was costs when life. If they don't care about those lives. They don't care about the one that was saved not the number that cost to get to that one mystery. One that was saved. We have no, you know you can't see that one. There's no proof that that person exists they probably do. But what about all these other people who are dying they don't care at this point it covert is is by-in-large just a nursing home problem and I'd also like to remind our list.

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And your host bobby like it. Okay. Let's get started with today broadcast just a note before we kick off this hour. As I mentioned in the open I will be giving it away. blaster. Gift Pack and a hesitate to call it just a gift pack because to me a gift pack usually involves a a cup holder or you know a little. Cup. wraparound cousy. And maybe a t shirt we've given away I. Don't know how many hundreds of t shirts over the years here twenty eight years and bobby like his car clinic broadcast. But this particular gift pack is something that not only you will be able to use at your home and your office, your car everywhere. You can actually share with some friends or your next door neighbor said, well, that's really cool. Stuff there saw just want to give you a brief list of what's going to be in this, and then we're gonNA, take a call from rocky and then for everyone that calls in and we'll put your name in the hat with a car question and I will Pull or actually my team will pull the lucky winner at the end of next hour broadcast. You don't have to be tuned in to listen, but you do have to give me when you call your contact information so that we can reach out to you. But here, here's just a a list of some of the products that are going to be in this giveaway gift pack. The original PB blaster which I if you're not familiar with blaster products, they're the. Number One Lubricant and Penetrate Company I guess to me number one of all of the ones that are out there the original P. 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Homework on the Internet and I'm finding AGM lead acid batteries is, is there such a thing? Well, there's a flooded battery and then there's a agm. The flood battery uses. separators and and plates, and then you put in the electrolyte. which is the acid and and and that's a flooded battery course if you turned it upside down or or mounted crazy or you know it's it's acceptable plus it's not a it's. More, so than AGM batty because AGM stands for absorbent glass met. So the liquid is absorbed in the glass met. So, you can put it in any position you like I mean like a dry sump systems using airplanes because they do rollovers and in race cars us dry sumps so that there's no oil in the Pan so that the g force throw the oil up, you know when you turn away from the oil pickup. So the for that reason. The AGM batteries are superior and in addition to that of the structure of an AGM battery. It's more resistant to vibrations and heat, and I gotTa tell you rocky a heat is the number one enemy under hood of automobiles. I cold is too. Because coal will reduce a batteries cold cranking amps and and that's why. Two different ways I want to go into the details, but there's cold cranking amps, and then there's another way that that they rate batteries. But when you buy a battery, but the AGM is my choice, but it does have liquid in it but is absorbed by the Glass Med show it's not slushy. You know you you know what I'm saying in other words if I have. A sponge in a glass of water and sponge Keach, all the water if sponge out and squeeze the sponge, the glass would would have water in it. So the sponge absorbs and holds the moisture that's about the only analogy jacket. Thank you. Do that worked for you. Well you just taught me everything you've already Fox. Good good I've got consensus. It said. LEAD ACID AGM battery to me that's. Either one or the other well, it's it's a off way but the ones I've seen say that used me well, here's here's let me give you this because. Where where you need to go because here's where the rubber meets the road auto batteries DOT com. Auto. Batteries. DOT, com. And courtesy of Claros. And Claros. A Global Company and one of every three batteries. In use today. Is a Claros battery. That's how large the company is. In fact, I've got a cheat sheet somewhere but I probably don't need it every hour. Like eight thousand batteries being. recycled. Twenty four, seven, three, sixty, five. So it's it's the number is batteries are the number one recycled product in the world getting back to the AGM and the lead acid. A lead acid indicates or implies that there's lead flooded with acid and and that's true for a flooded battery but absorbent glass mat. Holds that Belichick liquid in suspension and storms the liquid, but it still has led plates in it and fact power frame is a brand that is also Claros Company now the power frame and you may have heard mentioned a couple of years ago. uses stamping system where they roll out lead and see lead is is either cast which when when cast something, it's got rough edges and what have you so if you're transferring voltage you know from one. Place to another then the more equal each plate is the smooth transfer of voltage, and that's where the stamping process is superior but I won't go into the them kind of mixing two different Too much information. Sometimes, it's confusing but the bottom line is the any AGM battery. Agm Battery is superior to a liquid filled battery. So it says agm lead acid I should stay away from it. No, it's superior. Well, well I I. Don't I'm confused because it normally you don't see the agm lead acid As I said just go to auto batteries, dot com, and that site has all the information that you need with regard to specifics and I wouldn't want quotes up and it wasn't exactly correct because like any topic I. Know a lot about I know a little bit about a lot of subjects but if you're going to really hone in just like I need one of these days have a tire representative to come on the show because I get questions about tires all the time and I know the structure of tires but you know there's a that's not my business if you say if you know what I'm saying. So I know I know everything but I just don't know that. Bobby got time to answer about the what's the update on Elliott? Company. That is my least favorite I. think that's An. All due respect there ain't no such thing as as. The. Company has every every six months they put it in another bid for for more money and what have you, and they're gonNA, make this car and they bought a plant over in Louisiana from General Motors they did that they bought a plant. Or plant. Hummer platz correct and how long ago was that for years at least at least and is that have you seen one on the street? It's one of those cars. That they, they have pictures of them a picture. That bets about it well to that end, there's one more car maker show that my answer that. Will will it I predicted it will never be an EEO car and I, I rarely use the word never I just say I doubt. Very seriously. We'll ever see a neo produce automobile because they were gonNA come out with What was what was the base price of the car like it was just under six, thousand, nine hundred, and now it's gone up to about seventy six hundred right and then if you WANNA radio that steering wheel and tires I mean literally their options Galore show just like the base price of A. Car might be thirty thousand dollars. But when you wrote, in fact, the Mercedes when they came out with a twenty, nine, nine Cla if you remember several years ago, six or eight, ten years ago they came out with a Cla it was a twenty nine, nine, Mercedes van, Cla, beautiful car, and so my my daughter's partner bought one and it was forty, two thousand dollars by the hand she. You know any accessories whatsoever. So that's the same way it is. But one more car maker and I've got a heartbreak coming up but I want to share with us what you the car maker is lucid. Have you heard of Lucia? I have. Well I will tell you, I. Think the Lucid car is drop dead. Gorgeous. But I have ulterior motives there and I'll tell you what they are. Probably, when I come back, but one of the designers there was with Jaguar and now with lucid and their chief engineer what with Tesla? and. Now, he is in charge of that and they just ran a two hundred, forty mile per hour. Top speed test. Anyway. Stay out there. I'M GONNA come back take what Baraki finish up call up and take him go away. Coolant leaks are never fun but they especially challenging if you're far from home and repair shops are closed mini right now, it pays to be prepared keep an emergency road kit in your vehicle and inside should be a number of items including Casey Okay Salesa pour in solutions that help stop cooling system leaks features ceramic technology designed to repair the leak without clogging fields, available nationwide part stores, like NAPA, auto parts, check Napa Online, Dot Com for store hours and shipping options. 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Hope, you're enjoying the program today every Saturday from ten till noon eastern time we come to you from the center of the Automotive Universe we'd like to say. And that is a really outstanding all digital studio that has the floor waste ten, thousand pounds I want to go under the description in the studio except to say that if we should ever get another hurricane. Or when we get another hurricane on the Gulf coast, this is the place to be. This is a bulletproof room and if this studio to be washed away or blown away, then there would be no Pensacola Florida left I can tell you that. So that's not going to happen. Okay. We're GONNA take a call from town in in just a couple seconds here but I eleanor finish up the conversation that I had earlier about the Elliot car which I don't believe. You'll ever see this car I do believe that we will see the lucid. And here's here's a suspicion that I have may maybe it's because I really wanted to to work. For Jaguar came out and okay. What are you wearing right now? That's right. So I'm going to teach you how to dress yourself. Underwear always comes first name tag the back then pants venture gets the first button right? You have to start all over socks i. then shoes right on right left on left with shoelaces just take the ends, cross them over. And now back to bobby his. And your host Bobby and welcome back to the segment of bobby like his car clinic. Hope, you're enjoying the program today every Saturday from ten till noon eastern time we come to you from the center of the Automotive Universe we'd like to say. And that is a really standing all digital studio that has the floor ways. Ten thousand pounds. I won't go into the description studio except to say that if we should ever get another hurricane. Or when we get another hurricane on the Gulf coast, this is the place to be. This is a bulletproof room and if this studio or to be washed away blown away, then there would be no Pensacola Florida left I can tell you that. So that's not gonNA happen okay. We're GONNA take a call from town in just a couple of seconds here but I eleanor finish up the conversation that I had earlier about the Elio car which I don't believe. You'll ever see this car I. do believe that we will see the lucid. And here's here's a suspicion that I have Maybe it's because I really wanted to to work. For Jaguars came out in. One retained Totta bought Jaguar from forward in two thousand and eight they redesigned the car. So they came out in two thousand and ten with a new X J. Ian Callum wasn't the designer he essentially retired from J. L. are that's Jaguar land. Rover Ian in two thousand twelve because of his efforts and the beauty of the x Jay and Monz x jail, which is a longer version but a longer wheelbase and five and a half inches longer body but Ian Callum was. Voted by his peers, which means all the car makers in the world voted Ian Callum as designer of the year in two thousand twelve now having said that. The X. Jay was so beautiful and look so great. But the problem was as I see it as it turned out to be is they kept the same body for ten years. So the X J body is outdated. Well, what's the next X J show in the meantime because sales fell off because the car didn't We all like new I mean the word new new improved everything new improved. It's ten more horsepower than every year the same V six engine that you bought last year gifts ten more horsepower because they did something to it. They just released horsepower with the computers really what they did and there's always more horsepower. That's why you can model aftermarket chips and pick up one hundred horsepower with ECO boost engine. Because it's there. It's just harnessed if you will governed by the software now getting getting back to the car. The people at Lucid. One of the designers came from Jaguar. The engineer for the Lucid Ev, the air gets called and Lucid Air the two hundred and forty mile per hour car for on four hundred mile road range on the batteries A car on street. No. But if you look at the design of that car, you will see scalloped sides and the rock panel has specific. Edgy Edgy to say the least and in the back of the car has a tail light that reps all the way around the top rear section of the hood trunk rather and the side fenders. Now having said that if you look at the concept picture of the Jaguar. The new X. J this not out yet and you know they have some you know hidden shots but they still have the cars all camouflaged so you can't see what it looks like but the fact is the. Concept Jagger side panels. The car are scalloped just like Lucid's the rocker panel is also edged just like the lucid. And the art has a picture is already a real car and also the other. Factor is that the new J it's GonNa be a five door EVI electric vehicle hatchback. The lose. It is a five door hatchback. Shall I find it ironic in very interesting? And if I had my choice. I'm going to wait until the X., J comes out before I make a decision on whether to get that car and I would like an evey and what I will do is I will would the EV I will turn up the noise level and give it the noise of a V eight engine because they they do offer those options out know if you knew that or not. So you can't get an e it doesn't have to be. Quiet like that it can have noise in V eight engines, which is what we all a car guys like this go to. New Mexico and talked to him and and folks Tim Welcome to Bobby like cartoon good morning. Bobby. How's it going what a great and folks Tim is has become a regular. He calls him from Alamogordo New Mexico where he tunes into bobby like his cartoony. So Tim. Let me share with our audience I, the national US gasoline prices this per gallon. Regular unleaded the national price average. This week is two dollars and seventeen point, seven cents or two dollars, eighteen cents, and that's the average the lowest price is. On the Gulf coast. Well, let's see where we live is a dollar in eighty five cents. The highest price is on the West Coast at two dollars and seventy seven cents. So give us your report. Of See today and I'm GonNa. Go to New Mexico gases a dollar seventy seven. With, that's was yesterday I delivered a car to Douglas Arizona. which is four hours west and it was to two dollars and twelve cents. In Douglas Arizona yesterday. And you know to that end in Tim it hasn't been. I guess two months you I called in and the price they're not only go to was like eighty cents I. think it was Dr Near dollar cheaper than it was a half hour away. Remembering correctly. Yes. You are some reason. We're still cheapest in our state almost since Christmas an I don't know why. Transportation there has to be an I had the privilege and a pleasure to of a visiting a gasoline remanufactured are producing refinery. This refinery was owned by. Louisiana Land and Exploration L. L. E., it was later bought out by standard oil or one of the larger companies but I went over there and over there was only about an hour from Pensacola Florida and it was around north of Mobile Alabama, and here's what I learned. This is this is from the inside eighty, five percent of all of the gasoline on the Gulf coast of Florida comes from that plant eighty-five percent when the big tanker roles in they don't they don't charge that tanker by the gallon they don't sell gasoline by the gallon to the oil companies. The truck is weighed when it comes in. And then they fill the truck and then it's weighed when it goes out and then they know the temperature of the gasoline because the higher the temperature of the gasoline, the less dense it is. And so so to that in. The anyway that's how they measure it, and then also learned for example. That instant Kentucky's standard oil had their plants in Kentucky well, they were selling. Standard. Oil Gasoline. In from L. L. E. but it really wasn't standard oils gasoline all their gas having said that every single brand you see on any gas station and this is for the Gulf coast but it's the same thing nationwide every brand that you see what the tanker us, they fill the tanker, and then they leave room and then at this big huge gas station in the skies, it's like a farm would huge tanks and what have you out to the side of the gas pumps? If you would just imagine. Imagine a regular tin station, gas station, and then. Triple the sides of everything or double it, and that's what that's what sizes of the gas station at the refinery. There are five thousand gallon tanks and those five thousand gallon tanks contain the additive package for standard oil, the additive package for shale the added so that when they fill the gas with this base, I mean, they fill the tanker with the base gasoline, they can add the appropriate amount of additive from the brand. Where they're selling that fuel and it will truly meet the the marketing and truly shale gas because is not shale gas is the. Product but it Shell gas additives does that make sense? And I ask interesting. Another interesting point too because I'm only try to figure out what are they get the price of gas where they is the you know the? Seventy in the price of a gallon is is determined by the price of crude number one, the other factors. Are Number one transportation. So the reason I mentioned standard oil in Kentucky is because for standard oil to refine fuel and make gasoline in Kentucky and then truck it all the way to Florida would cost them more and therefore cost the consumer more. So what they do is they buy gas, it'd be like. It'd be like putting me on the air in Pensacola Florida, and I'm reaching the globe now or I could just easily be in Miami or I could be in Daytona. Beach can be in Nebraska Moses Lake Washington, and I still have the same voice and it would just matter a be a matter of aware I'm sitting and the transportation of audio. which is a lot easier by the way than than the transportation of gasoline but I found it very interesting. At that time. It was when ethanol was just rolling out and I went over there to learn more about ethanol and I'll share just one little little secret here while we're talking about fuels. They had. That month they sold one, hundred, fifty, one, thousand gallons. I remember specifically hundred fifty, one, thousand gallons of ethanol and truckers were adding the ethanol to gasoline and let's call a what's called a splash mix where they were splash blend and they added. A ten percent to the take because ethanol was cheaper. Then gasoline and always has been so they were they were taking a take ninety percent of the gas and by ninety percent, and then ten percent of that gas was a cheaper product and the ethanol of course has a octane in it. So it was a it was good for everyone but people would say, Oh, I definit- all terrible stuff the head in your car and it didn't even know it You know this is. This is true. Anyway. Hey, listen. Sure. Thank you for calling and it's always a pleasure to talk with you So you are you're on the road today. No I guess like I said yesterday went to Arizona today. There's. Been Pretty quiet since last week so So you semi retired. Unfortunately with got laid off just before the corona like two weeks before corona hit, the US I got laid off. So it didn't have anything do theft but I'm sixty years old and nobody wants to hire me. I got lots of like you said, the lots of little things. And experience a loss of things but nobody wants to hire me right now. So right now I've got. Well I'm glad you spend some time with us and I appreciate you always call in and one of these age. We'll meet face to face in the meantime when you're out there on the road delivering those car should those people that model cars stay safe and buckle up and and always tune into bobby like if targets to have you join us on Saturday. Tim. Avenue. Where we reminder sure talk well I actually. Took real break. Yeah. So We'll come back David from California's calling. Triple Eight, two, two, seven, twenty, five, forty, six, when I come back. Spring has sprung summers around the corner. We're all hoping for a return to some normalcy, which means road trips to the Meech Lake Grandma's house and other favorite vacation spots. A little prevent vehicle maintenance now will help you avoid trouble ahead visit car care dot org to find out how you can keep your vehicle safe dependable had road worthy while you're there, order your copy of the Free Car Care Guide for your glovebox Toyota car, Care Dot Org? That car, care, Dot Org. Bobby like us here when you have rusty nuts and bolts use PB blaster course sometimes you end up three more than you need. Well, not anymore blasters new pro straw with control flow technology is a better way to spray with a new flip up clear plastic Straw cool volume adjuster to control the flow from a wide spray down to just drop. It's more precision and les mess and no one else hasn't looked for the new blaster pro Straw on Kanza PB blaster and multi Max synthetic lubricants always used blaster products and work at like a pros. 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Anything that you need to break a rusted parts free lubricate your garage door, lubricate your keys dry. Lou. Wet Lube Grease Lithium you name it. In fact, while we're working our way on this hour, bobby like his Cartha Nick, go to Blaster Corp Dot Com blaster, Corp Dot Com and take a look at all of their products because I want somebody. Some lucky carbonate listener is going to get one of each of everything on that website. Is I understand it? Maybe I'm over stretching it a bit but I don't think. So triple eight, two, two, seven, twenty, five, forty-six now's the time to get in triple eight, two, two, seven, twenty, five, forty, six, take a call from California. David thank you so much for holding a European and I appreciate that welcome to Bobby Car Clinic. Good Morning Bobby Unser. There Yeah Yeah I'm here your own hair. Question about changing oil in my goat. Okay and you committed or you didn't recommend a few weeks ago. You talked about oil filters and you gave a lot of numbers. microns is worth but you did not recommend brand names like, no. If you could sort of give rundown on which are good wicker batty, you'll be the top builder because I've heard some bad things about lamb which I've used in the past. Well. That's ironic. You should say that because you probably talk to somebody like me or or a technician. From. In fact, we had a little trivia one day and it says I. in fact I didn't even I didn't even give the Trivia question out and a regular listener from Missouri called instead the answer to your trivia question. I said wait a minute I didn't give the question yet. He said well, you can pay me now or pay me later it and everyone knows that that is the best marketing slogan the byline that's ever been created by the automobiles which is really true folks you can pay me now to keep your car in good shape or you can pay later. and. That was a fram well later on David as as I, understand from got bought out by a larger corporation. This I know to be true. Win The larger corporation bought out fram. They. combined operations, and during this combining of operations like a lot of big corporations do their multi-layered would dis- layers manager here managers there and the right decisions on necessarily get made and executed at the end result. I think through a money saving well, yeah. You you follow the money about the quality of that filter what's reduced? Not on purpose but it was a result of cutting corners. And I don't know to this day and I've actually had an hour and a half face to face with a from technician. At that time and I ask About the paper Material and the paper ends and about the fact that they could come apart and they and they do but they don't come apart within the usable life but four to that in I. Shot Away from Frown Product. So if I were you for your GTO. I would buy a wickes. have been a wickes plant I. know which to be a fantastic filter. Now having said that, David? Accompany that I was associated with for years with Royal Purple. If if you're if you've ever listened to the program years ago, I was partnered. Horrible for ten years until until they grew from five hundred vendors to twenty, five, twenty, three, thousand vendors and royal purple was bought out by. Cal, you met. That is headquartered. In in were they. They not Daytona but then Annapolis Indiana Calcium at bought royal purple for three hundred, thirty, one, million dollars. When that happened Royal Purples, managers and marketing people. Were all. That I mean. That's what be corporations do and so what royal purple did or calcium it was they they hired a lady from Mary Kay cosmetics to be the marketing director for automotive oil product? that. And that didn't last. It didn't work for me and it didn't work for carcinogenic and quite candidly four months into that change. It didn't work for her either because replace her with someone else and it's not against her. It's the fact that it was. I. Think a poor match of of of a people and their history and their knowledge about products. It's like rush limbaugh. At one time, rush limbaugh am still maybe doing this doing commercials for BG products and we use g products in our shop for a partnership with them well BG products took so that budget that they were spending with me and they went to rush limbaugh, he doesn't drive a car. So who who you gonNA call I mean he knows nothing about a car. So show you have to understand. Why he's a good fit for where he is I'm a good fit for this because I love cars that's my whole life, and so I don't know everything but I studied them. You Know Verona Verona Asli. Now having said that. I can honestly recommend. A wicks all filter for your vehicle. And the Micron it's going to probably run in thirty microns and that's that's okay. You cannot and should not use a tighter and there's a company. Forget where they're located but I was talking years ago about the microbes of filters and I would corrected by a manufacturer called Baldwin have you ever heard of ball and oil filters? No have not would neither had I but the technical director from Baldwin reached out to me and he says, I heard you talking about the. You Know Micron and it was so and so he said our oil filters are nineteen micron. Well here's the challenge with that. The tighter, the Perot Pirozzi of the oil filter. The. Reduces the flow of oil through the filter. So you could put a French and I did this every year on my viper for ten years every year I would change the oil every year. But before a change it, I'd run it through a five micron of. Machine that was that would actually filter the old oil and the reason I did that is because when you change oil and you put new oil in that the engine has all new oil but that's not the case it's a half a court to accord of all old oil left an engine, and so people that change their oil at ten, fifteen, thousand miles or so like some Mercedes you know in some Porsche and they will ever you can do that for the first. Two or three, all changes of fifteen, thousand, thirty, thousand, forty five. But when you get sixty thousand, eight, thousand miles accumulatively the crank case builds up more and more sludge and more and more. So everytime you change the new oil, the new batch of oil, this is true for any car and the new batch of oil is immediately contaminated. Show, I would run my oil through five micron filter will guess what my viper that always had forty five. Of pressure idling. Foul nor pm they hit forty five when I ran it through my five micron filter, it had fifteen psi but I didn't drive it. I just idled it because I was using the five micron filter to filter out the the south, the tighter particles because you get what's called an engine I don't mean to get to technical but. Very, interesting the inside of engines and gearboxes and what have you are always wearing. It's called in not to damage it, but it's called Polish where Polish where is where us a Polish so fine like paint you have abrasives in compounds if you compound into paint and then he's GonNa, make it shine you sand it. Then you didn't you buffet with a compound and you Polish it with a muffler a finer, and then finally when you mirror finish, you put wax on that has no abrasive in it well. In an automobile engine, the small molecules. Of I mean not even aware. Is. Polish wear, which is okay in his from those molecules that are twelve to fifteen south molecules. So every engine and every person that's Louis. Listening right now your car has what's called Polish wear it has. Twenty, five to thirty Micron. Particles of dirt and engine oil, a mechanical aluminum and and and and other metals that are traveling around because the filter cannot and will not filter out those small tiny particles cuts if it could. If it could, you couldn't drive the car because I it would starve the engine of oil because you you can't have a the fine. Like and then turn them back to you when they make ethanol, make it two hundred proof alcohol, which is what we drink. You get two hundred proof alcohol by taking the beer and it's run through the process of making ethanol and you're running through A. Micro BEC- CEO of electronic sieve and assist takes the water out of because the molecule waters larger than ethanol, and that's the only way you get two hundred proof grain alcohol. And then when they finish making the two hundred proof grain alcohol, which is drinkable, they poison it and it's called denatured Ilya. De. Nature it by putting two gallons of gasoline in it that denatured it, and then you can't drink it. And that's and the first batch, an interesting point David. So much. So interesting to me, the first batch of the kappa ethanol is a a a world known in Carney Nebraska world known farmer owned. Ethanol. Plant their first batch When when John was the president of the company is the President Company took that first batch of ethanol to gas stations the the Department of a enforcement law enforcement or alcohol ABC alcohol beverage control followed him because they didn't have any gasoline and he was he was towing a batch of two hundred proof grain alcohol and they followed him to make sure that he didn't take it to the whiskey store versus the gets. A true story I mean they're so so cool. Anyway that's that's more information than you call but I thought I'd share it with you. Well I love a local of. I. Think. I'd like to ask quickly okay two, thousand, eighteen, four in the oil change in it. Okay. I have thirteen thousand miles apart. I will change came within about a year which recommended rule changes ten thousand miles. But thirteen thousand miles now. But my engine might dash panel tells me change oil is only been three thousand miles since the oil change. That was that's because coming those. That's because I didn't reset the computer in a computer uses algorithms to determine the conditional, the oil and the algorithms really don't have anything to do with the condition of the oil per se is just a formula that used and algorithms to where if you're on oil and here's what governs that that here's what determines that light. The algorithms determine how long the engine has run at what Rpm, and at what temperature wide open throttle, moderate throttle idol, and what have you in collates all information and said, okay if we abuse this oil and Toda in an overheated or you know worked really hard with tolling for this length of time and we lit from listening and if we cut it off and on with shorts stops driving then by our algorithms that oil should be ready to go and change and when they first came out with this Geo came out the time to change oil ramp from nine thousand to twenty, two, thousand miles. And so didn't work is never work. So one more thing about that, and it's very interesting I'll make this really clear. If you have a General Motors car from two, thousand, thirteen and younger. They changed the the. Percentage of life left in the oil the way that's. Operated and here's what here's what it goes at seventy. Let's say you had seven. Let's say at seven thousand miles only oil And it had fifty percent life left in it. And you take drive on the weekend that's five hundred and one miles you go five, hundred miles. Now you've got seventy, five hundred miles and you've got. Forty eight percent, right. Are. You can do the math it. You know if seven thousand, you've got fifty percent obviously at seventy, five, hundred, you still got close to fifty percent. Let's say it's forty right. But it seventy, five, hundred in one mile you have zero percent life left in an oil. That's because. The Algorithm is. As a measuring stick and as. A notice to owner but at seventy, five, hundred miles regardless of what the algorithm comes up with. It's time to change oil. So when your oil was changed to serve shop to change, it didn't reset. The. Onboard computer to its baseline. You got it. I got it. So I got a call. ME. Okay. Go by the new shipment asking on, reset your and tell them tell him I said they do it for you. Don't either but hey, it's worth a shot. Thanks for calling Dave. Enjoy your show. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah like. The you'll probably bobby like us as I don't want to hear more about this and now hey, wait a minute. Now let me say we got another hour coming up and I know Chris and Randy on on the line but So don't go away either one of you but I will say this never at any given time and I don't use the word never have I said you go to this place and you tell them I said well, I can't say that because I just told him that but the bottom line is you don't. Want to do that. You don't WanNa go into an automotive service shop new car dealership independent chain store, firestone. You don't go in and say, Oh yeah, my cars making noise put put new injector on it or put a new wheel bearing. You don't. You don't do that. You. Thank you know and you don't also you don't go on the Internet and diagnose your problems on the Internet and take your car to shop and say, Oh, I saw the Internet got a knocking knows imagine all it needs is this little widget here? So Know but you do what? You can do this tune in every Saturday from ten till noon is bobby like Karpov I'll share with you. The information learned in my sixty years of automotive experience. The end of this program I'm bobby your host like you'll love us. This is bobby. Bobby. Clinic. Is a copyrighted presentation of Car Clinic, productions INC and may not be reproduced. Rebroadcast expressed written approval of Conclave Productions Inc.. Folks, you did a great story for you. One of our listeners had to fly from Oregon domain to pick up his daughter and drive back home across country. She had an older trailblazer that was not particularly well maintained. They rented a u haul packed everything and began the trek. Shortly into the trip, the engine began to run hot due to leaking radiator. The initial thought was, of course to find a local shop ticket help but with shelter in place orders all around the country that was difficult they did found an auto parts store and purchased a model of case he'll along with some coolant case, he'll stop the leak and they finish their trip without any additional coolant leakage. Now, more than ever, it really pays to be. Prepared. Maintain an emergency road kit and be sure to include among other items. A bottle of Casey you. You can find Casey ill, at fine part stores nationwide like advance auto parts, and you can check the store website for hours and shipping information and remember if you have a coolant leak, don't seal it K- sealant and remember if you have a cooling system leak, go just seal it chased it for more information. GO TO CASE HEAL DOT com. You're listening to bobby like car clinic. 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So we like our ten percent ethanol blend gasoline appear we call it unleaded plus sure and it's running right now it's running about a buck ninety four to two dollars and twenty cents a gallon, right? And but the reason I called in this is I've heard this most of my life. And I'm having a debate with a good friend of mine and we decided well, we're Andy you don't mind calling. call bobby like assume he says is going to decide and I'm not going to say which side I'm on. Argument is on a battery that sitting on concrete and you've heard that you've heard many times I've heard many times that if it sits on concrete, it'll drain the battery and sometimes even ruin the batteries their truth to that. No. See the battery is contained within a shell and that Shell. Is separator. Is a nicer later. It shields the battery from heat. It keeps the acid. The flooded battery keeps acid inside and the voltage just contain. Any vote is it comes out of that battery and their parasitic draw. Now, there's a natural loss of battery. Charge whether the batteries sitting on a wooden crate which for years ago we always thought we had to do that or on concrete, but the battery doesn't know the difference between concrete and wood unless there's a problem indication, the battery because there's no way that any parasitic draw can reach in to the battery because his insulated by its own card case. That answer your question. My friend wins the my friend wins the argument but I I do appreciate your and. I'll I'll. I'll live with it bobby. You guys stay well down there. Okay. We should have slipped me your five bucks. At a time. Take care. Okay. Thank you randy. Well, he's ever GONNA listen to my show again. Anyway, his friend was right. To that end. When you value battery at a matter shop or service shop or dealership or? O'Reilly auto parts you look at the date on that matter and you get the freshest one that you can get just like the barn on date on your tires when you when you buy tires. Tires are Jin. Six Year guarantee. Lie. Because, there's born on date. The problem is when you buy set of tires, it about a year smoked often for those tires to get into the pipeline to get to the store. And this unless it's a change to even if you buy from like and I've done this from tirerack I, it's all crapshoot because they have. Warehouses filled with tires and personally had connections at Tirerack, which is huge tire store right and ask the person will look John. Could you give me the youngest tire that you can get because I won't I won't the best rubber? He's Bobby. We have people that are going to go out and warehouse and pull the tires. Best I can do is give you a pair of fronts that are dated the same and a pair of rears, but I can't tell you that I go out there and Cherry pick and get you the latest hires. So I said to say that six years is a guarantee however what about Bridgestone and Michelin and Dunlop what is do they agree on a on anything? Yes they all agree that if a tire is ten years old, then it should not be sold are used it's it's above its shelf life. And of course, death on this case at all, either because the shelf life is dictated by the. Environment. So you got a hot warehouse that gets hot and cold and what have you? But if you have sun, you put a Tirona son you're really short life goes UV Vera. Let's go to. Arkansas. Chris welcome the bobby like astrology and thank you so much for holding. You know Bobby. Welcome the razorback land. Aw Hey, let me tell you something. We I'm ready. I'm ready for some. Are you ready for some football how I don't get me started? Met, you are your. Yes sir. Hi Al Qaeda. That right right. He Green months ago. Okay. I've got two thousand sixteen F one. Fifty I told you that the havoc sensitive idol tyne. And the thing would die. You said the feel that. GonNa Jack that. On that year model, they change it two, thousand seventeen. Well I took it to four. And I had four induction claiming on it. which is what you hit the. And not only did they do that they but new plugs? Any Iran like it thought for a long time. Terrific. Now, trying to got the same problem going on and what I've been doing from safe home and it rained that for you take. Don't know that that helped us a whole lot. then. I started putting Berryman than. Right and run in. The ninety one chain know what the mall. In stock runs like a top when I've got that in there, I don't do that all the time because of. The availability of fun. And you know pump fry as you. I'm just wondering if there's something else by need to be doing or am I going the right way. Well. To go get a razor and and. Don't want. Okay. I'M NOT GONNA, make a joke here. Here's this Jesus. razorback. Wha what you need to do is to continue to use the low octane, not the ninety, one octane the low are eighty, nine octane a there's no reason for us the premium high cost of straight gasoline use E ten. You can use eighty, seven, eighty, nine octane if it makes you feel better. And then every five thousand miles add the Bearman B Twelve Kim tool to gas and and for your for your sixteen let me say this and then I'll turn a Mike back to you. Chris. For Your Sixteen, you're sixteen. Still had I. Think it was direct injection well, what what what what engine have? V, eight or. EGO boost. It's got the five later. Okay. So is it a direct injection engine or do you know I don't think it was. As far as I know it does I I don't. Have direct injection. That's a real issue because there's no way that you can clean the valves with any. Chemical, because the fuel dozen but I'm not sure that the sixteen but I do know this in two, thousand and seventeen, the echo boo, which is the you know the twin turbo hot rod engine is per se the Eko boost went from. Direct injection. From the old port injection to direct injection and port injection and Ford says, it was going to drive better or what have you but the bottom line. Without having fuel washing the back of the intake valve were the port injector is located. Then that. I want I don't want to interrupt you go ahead. This is part of our conversation. We had juror three months ago. You said. The. Foul shoes because steph would gather up on the back part of the vowel. Sure. And? Cleaned off. Right now, that's why I said to have an injection induction system because they manually put chemical through the mouth of the engine and wash the lungs of the engine and the intake port and back in the mouth because that's that's where it all starts. It's the mouth of the engine. 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So please call put your name in the hat because I want some car clinic listener to to use this product and enjoy it triple eight, two, two, seven, two, thousand, five, forty, six and I. Thank you welcome to be carpeting and thank you for holding so long. No problem. Thank you. Bobby I'm free. She ate you. I'm taking my cool. What can I do for nineteen? Eighty three eighty s elvis eighties. I took it out for a ride after have nerd away for a couple of months had the oil changed instead of them putting nine courts in they probably put five I don't know. But apparently I blew the engine. I've been looking all over. And my engine goes from the nine from the one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one from what I've read up into eighty nine. I would like to have my engine rebuilt. Really. Or have some manufacturer built it and send it to me Okay Edna that engine to three eighty doesn't go to eighty nine it goes to eighty five eighty one. Eighty, one through eighty, five in nineteen. And Eighty. One model, which was the first aluminum, all aluminum engine that Mercedes put on the market. was a good engine. They did have some some. Issues with with the engine block and cylinder head rather and but what was worse? What's the worst thing and probably what calls your engine to blow? There's that they used. Its predecessor I. Say this the predecessor three eighty was four, fifty Sol. Mitch been that it had a four point five engine with A. Row, bicycle timing chain and just think of a bicycle chain. Let's just like that. It had a double row well, then they came out with the three eighty engine three point eight liter. And they said, well, this is a smaller engine. Well, physically was has smaller piston and stroke, but it's the same size engine. You can't look at the two until the difference it's the same size exterior dimensions. So so somebody at Mercedes made a mistake and says, well, Hey, we don't really need the double robotic change. We can make it lighter. It put a single road chain. The, that was the kiss of death. Those senior row bicycle change at thirty thousand miles started clattering and attention or went mad and an chain even though the engine cubic inches will smaller that load on the Cam same Gaza Cam doesn't know it just operates avows. It doesn't know how much engines down there. So having said that. Many. Three eighty engines were destroyed by timing chains that broke and and destroyed engine. So, here's my here's my concern for you. I do not recommend repair that engine in that car because Well. I. Because it's GonNa anything brand new and original avenue coffin top paint job and everything I've done. Okay. Then then here's what then here's what you must do. Here's what you must do. And I recommend this. Find a recycling yard that will order you and find for you nationwide. A, an eighty four or eighty five engine do not put an eighty one engine back in you're eighty WANNA sell us an eighty four. It'll bolt in and it will have the updated. It's still a three eighty engine. In. Eighty NFL. Jeff. I know that the three eighty means the engines at three point eight leader. So so it's a three eighty engine three point eight leader. That's where it gets the three eighty L.. So, you want Phnom stand this. You. WanNa used engine. That is A. Three Eighty S L. engine but nineteen eighty-four you've got a nineteen eighty-one, you do not want an one, eighty, two or eighty three. US engine, you eighty four, eighty, five used engine. That's the only two years that I would take a gamble on the US engine. Because if you start to rebuild engine, you're going to spend twenty thousand dollars in a car not worth twenty, thousand dollars. Okay. Okay now, telling Tim, what year engine you that you're going to try to find? A nineteen eighty, four, nineteen, eighty-four, 1985 you got it. That's all you. I'm so proud that you call me today because I had a brand new eighty four. About it from my wife actually. Wedding gift, but it has two, hundred, thirty five. Thousand, miles already and I. Drove it back though they're beautiful. Cars Yeah Yeah well, I thank you. I wish you the best of luck and again. Put some feelers out and and but a by under no circumstances are you to buy another eighty, one, two or three, three, eighty engine because it has a single row bicycle chain in four it changed it and it has a double row bicycle chain for the timing chain and that's the only one of those engines that I would recommend a period. You got it you. Come in nation of. rebuilder or Else like there's there's not a they're not a shop that I know of that will take on that project and rebuild that engine and furthermore. The data won't touch it and neither will independent because the engine amount of time energy labor and where do you stop it? One of my favorite sayings is you can't be a little pregnant. Will. All right right now like likewise. To overhaul an engine. Needs a chain and to Pistons were you stop do you put the two Pistons and change what about the other six Pistons? What about what about the followers? Oh, what about the oil pump? I mean all of those things once you want you put your toe in that water, you're hooked once you put toan and that's why you either get a used engine. Or you get a remanufactured engine from a manufacturer that's a national chain. Battery manufacturer. It name that you could get me Jasper. Jasper engines that they'll take your engine and updated with. Make Eighty Four. If they if they will but but Amid Jasper plant. In an so that's Be Recommend Jasper call call, and talk to the marketing director in use my name and call Jasper Jasper Indiana and tell them what you've got to ask them. It will will they rebuild your engine and put the eighty-four Tom Chain set up in it and they all they'll already know nail already do that anyway, and then you you get information and then you call me back and let me let me know and I'll help you on the next hour. Got It. Okay. Thank you. So much. So proud of you calling by. yeah. May say her a ton of money I hope I hope because she can really really just. You know you you. You can't be hurt by what you don't know. I just want to share with you that. Bobby like his car garage apartment berryman products are partner sponsors. You can count on Berryman to provide the production needed to keep your vehicle running during challenging times, and you can learn more about berryman products. We're at BEHRMAN PRODUCTS DOT com. Great products, engine oil rejuvenator you got a car with a hundred thousand miles. Shut you need to get engine oil rejuvenator and treat your engine to go to product dot com and take a look around meantime we'll take a call from Stan stand. Thank you for holding. Welcome to bobby like his car. Can they how you doing? I am doing great this morning. How you sir fantastic appreciate your call. Well, what's on your mind? Well. I I just goes. On. Old I was thinking I'm what you've influenced my life through all of your experience and I know it's done for the other people who are listening. Now we've learned good products good methods. Advice I and I. And I appreciate you. I thank you appreciate your. Coun- worsen and then I sold our team. We we all really that kind of makes our day Stan because. The Edna, you know I just was so concerned for that lady because she's going to get in way over her head and then, and then what will happen is We'll get off this. Wall will happen. You know inevitably is that she takes her car into a shop she ends up you know with a twenty thousand dollar bill and our next door neighbors have boy they really ripped you off. and. It wouldn't be the shoplift fault. So it's not a question of the shop ripping her off. It's a question of her engine replacement is going to cost a ton of money because s specialized automobile. So anyway, I was really concerned still am. I want her to go some due diligence this week and then call me back shocking help her what she should do is sell the car, give it away and go buy a new car but anyway what's on your mind? Well. You know that I bought this. Also see x five it's just sixteen. In anticipate for fuel mileage can towing capacity. Okay. It's a marvelous car it. I anticipated back them five years ago and we're going to see five dollars, gallon gasoline Europe, and that I needed to pay attention to fuel mileage I had no idea. That we were going to have the breakthroughs that we have here in fracking and that kind of stuff you're listening to a supplier. Bright. What? All fuel mileage when I talk to my car off, I've got it setup so it will tell me. About what leverage fuel mileage was I got all my last trip. Got It. and. It's given me some wonderful numbers. But I saw how does it figure that out is it is it Doing the same thing that it does on the instantaneous by alleged? Yes. Yes sometimes, I get bogey seven miles per gallon I know I know. Come back I'll give you the heads up how that works because it very interesting and it's all about two words. Fuel cut fuel cut when I come back I'll tell you what that still. Spring has sprung summers around the corner. We're all hoping for a return to some normalcy, which means road trip to the the lake grandma's house and other favorite vacation spots. A little prevented vehicle maintenance. 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I don't just wear the shirt I live it give advocate volunteer live united good to on dot org brought to you by united way AD. Council. and. Now back to body like Cochlea and your host Bobby Leykis, and welcome back to this segment of bobby like it's carpeting we're talking with Stan out of two thousand sixteen Five Mazda. So Stan here's how that works. A computer? And today's cars. well, I simplify it in your driveway. You're washing your car you're gonNA fill the bucket and you could instantaneously open the faucet wide open not not screw it open like we all knew but open it and close it. If you had forty forty pounds of water pressure, which is I think what? What the average is thirty or forty pounds whatever it is he had forty pounds of pressure and you had a a the with a faucet had the size of a port st of your little finger. Let's say, let's say three seven inch or seven sixteenths of an inch. In. In two minutes it will flow X. Gallons of. Of Water Right. Like okay. Show if you d refined that and you have an injector that has X. amount of pressure. And extra be let's say fifty PSI of pressure and its port was a certain specific size and the Pencil, which is the little stopper that stops support up if that pencil was pulled immediately open and closed three milliseconds. It would flow X. amount of fuel. That is how all cars that instant, instantaneous and an ongoing average fuel the MP they count the number of pulses. The injector has opened at what pressure because the pressure changes and some cars with with the load of the engine and. The, pressure, the pressure regulator changed it. So it's a very sophisticated algorithm where you take the numbers and you count Okay. In this five mile period this injector open. Three point one million times. At three milliseconds, it opened of three hundred, thousand times at four four milliseconds it an open one, hundred, Fifty Times at eight milliseconds when it was cold. So you average the amount of liquid that would flow at the at the different differentials and you average that out and that's how that works now. You got that show form. It's not about it's not about flow it's about counting numbers. which is all about the flow headset having said that having said that. If. You coast down a hill. And you're going thirty miles an hour and you lot off accelerator and put your car in second gear, and it goes above fifteen hundred RPM because of the rear wheel to driving your car, you know you're like downshifting, right? When the when your foot is totally off of the accelerator. And the engine is turning more than fifteen hundred RPM, the fuel flow is cut altogether. You're getting infant miles per gallon and that's where and I do this. Every day I'll go off the off ramp at one ten downtown and I'll back pedal use my pedal shifter's, and I'll keep my engine above fifteen hundred Rpm and I can show you ninety nine miles per gallon all the way down that ramp. Because because because no one that infinite reading only goes to digits nine could over one hundred but only goes to digits, but I can drive your car. In depending on the terrain. And using the rear wheels to drive the engine, and if as long as I'm over fifteen hundred RPM. Now here's why. When you're coming to a stop and you coast let's say you go off the interstate and you're GonNa Seventy Miles Nari let off the gas and you coaching to a off ramp. The whole time you're letting at seventy miles per for our and your engine about fifteen hundred, the fuel cuts there. So that half mile or three walked at your coasting is infant meme PG. which which affects those real short numbers and check a whole tank. It wouldn't affect a whole tank. But if you checked a snippet, you could make a snippet nine. Yeah. I can make your car. You're fifty miles per gallon. But wow, how'd you do that? 'cause I 'cause? I-. downshifted and make force the engine drove the engine from the rear wheels versus the other way around and The reason for this is for emissions and also the reason that you have to turn more than fifty hundred is because when the engine it gets below fifteen hundred, the computer knows you're coming to a stop and if the fuel flow was cut off continuously the engine go dead. So at fifteen, hundred her and below. Sure. So that's how it works. That's where if you comes in and if your cut wasn't designed for 'EM PG, the fuel will design by Bausch. So that the Jaguar forty-four group in in the eighties could race with Porsche's and get better gas mileage and they put a moti. Injector system, and that's why I invented the fuel cut and the Jaguars who had were slower cars but every time the poor should ron them in the JAG will be on the race course the JAG would not have to stop for gasoline because everytime they backed off in the Hairpin, the fuel was zip and the an abortion. Gasson. So so the m pg allowed the Jaguar to stay on the track longer on the downshifts because it didn't use any fuel and and it was shortly thereafter that the manufacturer says, Hey, we can use a fuel cut to reduce and limit emissions on coasting you got it. You know. You couldn't possibly know but I raced against those guys. by the. In a Porsche against. Their British Leyland cars. And And, or it reminds me when you you're talking about into your seat there and everything terms. Okay. The lights on I'm ready. I had the same thing experience. It just gave me A. Is through when I got into my race car and I was all I have my aunt had everything I crank the engine. The sooners, I crank the engine the whole day got into focus it was. I had some terrible allergies. They were all over nothing about this shot a look. We was as well I. I guess I could write somewhat. More fueled questions. Okay. Well, come on I'm sure time. So. quickly. Be Brands of. Good. Fuel. Fuel only Gulf coast eighty on the fuel company in the same horse. Brand, a shell when. Shell probably makes the the they do they advertise more cleaner. So you WANNA use a fuel but so instead of having four drops, which is the government mandates they put in five drops so they can have more more cleaner, but the Moore's better in cleaner. So shelled is probably the best a brand new gas I don't use it because not convenient, I, use a A. Circle. K. or whatever that you know Tom I use Tom Thumb because all of the gasoline against coast off coats comes from a mobile anyway eighty five percent of it. So. Okay. Have a great day. Thank you staying. Shall we have a question from Dale Schmidt. Bobby live listener and viewer says I have an oh six avalanche I use castrol conventional oil. Would it be okay to transition over to full synthetic castrol vehicle has one hundred, forty, five, thousand no leaks overall good car. Yes it would. It's never too late to quit smoking and Dale I will tell you it's never too late to put synthetic oil on your car. Here's a directive use the same viscosity oil. You've used all this time so you'd have the same oil pressure. But. When you put the first batch of synthetic oils in your avalanche, run it thirty, five hundred miles, and then change the oil and filter because the synthetic oil will clean out your engine night won't cause any leaks. You know what have you but it will it will run cleaner than conventional oil out the engines run cleaner with synthetic oil. So the first batch thirty, five, hundred, change oil and filter, and then thereafter every seventy five, hundred to ten thousand miles change oil and filter with a synthetic and if you are on the road and you put thirty thousand miles a year, you can go up to. Ten thousand miles on oil and filter I'm concerned at the filter. Can only hold so much. So you don't want to go beyond that I'm GonNa put now the Porsche pictures and what have you So it. So if you would folks take a look watch bobby live this is my pride enjoy justice week of I went out and did a test drive. I'm going to be listing this car on bring a trailer dot com remember that bring trader dot, com, and an auction company based in. California. They do an outstanding job and I'm working with a young man named Beck there to help me represent my car that the only reason that I'm getting rid of this car is because I don't have a place to keep it any longer I've had it for thirty five years. Let's go to Nevada and talk with the gem and folks this gentleman. Is a regular viewer on our watch bobby live and he was the captain of John, Wayne Boat for years and Kevin. Gem always great to have you join us. Welcome. It's been. Good. Morning. Well it's always great to talk to you bobby. I like picking your brain and I'm going to do that now. Okay. Sure. as you know, as you said, I was a yacht captain and. One for forty years and whenever we buy feel we by large amounts of diesel fuel and the person selling it to us would always give us the Pacific gravity in temperature of the fuel. So my question to you is in on the other thing I do is when I'm feeling my motor home I always hang onto the filler handle it see if I can get the temperature. You know and when it's nice and cold I feel like I'm getting you know heavy fuel. Now in a car with dad affect your mileage in other words in the wintertime when fuel it's cold and more dance, which you get better mileage than in the summertime when it's hot and not as dense absolutely and to that end what you are on the same page here years and years ago I did an experiment and here's an and it wasn't by. Purpose. It was my accident, but I noticed it one time and then a and when I first moved to Florida. From Chicago actually out born and reared in Birmingham and then Chicago. Now, it's a culture shock and then I moved to Florida. So I would fill my car and I did a lot every weekend not go from Pensacola back to Birmingham Alabama every weekend it was a trick, and so once you make that trick, you know what your gas mileage is regardless of the conditions. Here's the bottom line. If you fill your car like late in the evening when the gas is cooler, of course, the tanks are underground now. So it's not this doesn't apply universally, but generally speaking. If the tanks on the ground and in fuel is cool and you fill your tank and then you drive your car the next day you on your trip and you driven say six or seven hours and you stop and it's Say Three thirty in the afternoon and you stop for a bio break and you're gonNA fill up your car. It's down to a quarter tank and so when you fill your car, remember you're filling up in the middle of the day. So your car had x amount of miles when it was filled with cold dense gasoline. You feel refilled it with hotter fuel. Ergo Lisk. Fewer, gallons. Because the fuel is expanded into the tank whole, the same amount and that particular. Load of gasoline ruled show better gas mileage because the next load will show a worse gas mileage because of the opposite effect. So the temperature of fuel and then there's no question about that because as I said, when when semis load fuel in the big refinery service station and filled that refund truck up, they don't go by the gallons they way the truck coming in they way the truck coming out and they know the temperature of the selene and that's that's how they can pay by the gallon because they know the density of the fuel so you're right on exactly right on. okay. I I had that idea I figured it was so. You know when we're filming boats to know the density fuel because boats float and and then you have to load it from one tank to the other to get balanced and all of that. Yes sir. So. Okay. I'm glad you verify that Aisha appreciate you calling in and I'm I'm out of time but would you be so kind maybe in the next week or two to give me a shout back and share one of the stories with John Wayne it's been two or three years, and so would you would you please do that and say next week how about that? 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News has learned president trump intends to name judge Amy Coney Barrett fill the supreme court seat left vacant with the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg the president asked about the news Friday night. But I haven't said that I'll be announcing tomorrow at five o'clock. The president has planned a White House Rose Garden ceremony for the formal announcement Senate Republicans are readying for confirmation hearings in two weeks with the vote in the full chamber. Now, expected before Election Day Democrats are in the minority in the Senate and are essentially powerless to block the votes. Barrett's appointment would make the court more conservative. It would be transformed from a cord divided five four between conservatives and liberals to one in which six members are conservatives. 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You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio now. MARKMAN NEWSFEED DOT COM. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. Varying for an appointment to the nation's highest court I'm rich Denison Fox News Fox News has learned president trump intends to name judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the supreme court seat left vacant with the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg the president asked about the news Friday night. Standing but I haven't said that I'll be announcing tomorrow at five o'clock the president has planned a White House Rose Garden ceremony for the formal announcement Senate Republicans are readying for confirmation hearings in two weeks with vote in the full chamber. Now, expected before Election Day Democrats are in the minority in the Senate, enter essentially powerless to block the votes Barrett's appointment would make the court more conservative in would be transformed from a cord divided five four between conservatives and liberals to one in which six members are conservatives. Negotiations on the latest rotavirus economic relief package continue but there's still no resolution in Sight House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and treasury secretary. Steve. MNUCHIN spoke over the phone spokesperson for Pelosi says saying the two agreed to continue their conversation in the days ahead but there's no indication how And Republicans are any closer on another round of Corona virus relief. The two sides are thought to be about a trillion dollars apart on the size and scope of deal. Fox's jared halpern in Washington US Corona virus have now surpassed two, hundred, three thousand. There have been over seven million confirmed cases of the virus across the country. To men are in federal custody accused of plotting and Isis inspired attack on the White House and other landmarks including the New York Stock Exchange and trump tower Jalen Molina of Texas and Christopher Matthews of south. Carolina. Were arrested last week and there are now charged with conspiracy to provide material support to a terrorist organization. They could face twenty years in prison convicted America is listening to Fox News. For over twenty years, millions of customers have trusted blinds, dot com to update their homes because blinds dot com makes it easy to get custom blinds give your windows a high end look without the high price whether you like to do it. Yourself need help with design or prefer measure and install services. They keep it simple with easy online, ordering and free shipping right to your door. New. Window. Treatments are simple way to really benefit the look and feel of your home and blindster. 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It's not changing patient comes, but they have made the virus more contagious. The Washington Post quotes David Moore into senior advisor to Dr Anthony Fauci sank wearing masks was our hands. All those things are barriers to transmissibility or contagion, but as the virus becomes more contagious, it statistically as better at getting around those Barriers Fox's Jonathan Serrie protests continued Friday in Louisville over the Briana Taylor grand jury decision demonstrators electing just go home police were non-confrontational. There was a Little bit of friction with police and demonstrators police told the demonstrators to keep the sidewalk. They didn't at one point. The demonstration was declared unlawful police deployed a COUPLA. Flashbang had dispersed the crowd that work for little while they gathered up the numbers probably got to around eight hundred strong bud. They demonstrators came here to these churches where they sought sanctuary. If you will in the parking lot police say didn't confront them Fox's Mike Tobin this week's unrest began. After Kentucky's Attorney General announced no charges would be brought against officers involved in the shooting death of Taylor in March, a fire detective was charged for firing into nearby apartments. The rural upstate New York hamlet of swastika is keeping its name despite a complaint that it symbolizes the hate and intolerance of the Nazi regime. The unincorporated crossroads in the Adirondack Mountains town of black broke has been known as swastika for more than a century to leaders say the swastika. Symbol and that the local name has nothing to do with Nazis I rich Denison and this is Fox News. Blinds. Dot. COM makes it easy to get custom window treatments that will give your home a high end look without the high end price good oblige dot com. 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We'll hear from restaurant workers concerned about their health now that customers are coming back next week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan. Some of the scientific that led to developing the bomb took place in Chicago although not many knew about it at the time. Secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the Manhattan project. We'll find out more about the role the state played in giving the world, the bomb that's ahead on. State statewide is brought to you by AARP. Providing information to help you and your family when the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart information at Aarp dot org slash near you. 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Up First this week, the pandemic has changed a lot of summer plans for college students like internships trampled jobs keep McGee with WBZ tells us how some students are still trying to make the most of their summer rice university student. Kathleen, Matthews had big plans the summer she was going to spend eight weeks in Argentina, studying public health and working in a clinic. Then she was heading to Israel for a traditional birthright trip for young Jewish adults. All of that was canceled due to the novel Corona virus she moved back in with. Her parents in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. So instead, I took Calculus to definitely a bummer cove nineteen is canceled many internships study abroad, opportunities and typical funds. Summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment many schools in Illinois, have seen a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students tried to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade the University of Illinois at our Bana Champagne and the University of Illinois at Chicago both saw summer enrollment numbers jump twenty, five and twenty seven percent respectively from last summer. Alina callous is an incoming freshman at Loyola University Chicago. She decided to get a head start in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially double major I would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future I want to study abroad and things like that, and I just WanNa, make time Loyola and other local private universities. Say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to. For those lucky enough to keep their internships. It's now from the comfort of their homes Indiana resident Graciano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships, they'd secured in the fall canceled and he was worried his paid internship with the risk management company. A on would be too. He plays baseball for Butler University and dedicated previous summers to baseball heading into senior year his resume was thin. So I kind of really needed this. Am I gonNa Live Got Cancelled by resume would have been like baseball club, not very filling and depends heavily on its interns traditionally, they hire nearly two-thirds every year permanently. So they mailed laptops home for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Graziano says he misses the in person interaction it's difficult to make a good impression remotely. You can get from even just small talk at the office just and sometimes via caused Kinda. Hard to like to get across my personality is I. Want to I don't know it's like hard to portray myself to you over video still he feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen year old Manny Gonzalez who is studying computer science and engineering at Harold Washington College in downtown Chicago he was involved with the group Genesis works in high school, which helps students in underinvested communities connect with employers for job and internship opportunities. He was able to quit an overnight. Job At ups and start working at a data analytics company downtown, which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed income. That's also helping him build toward his career I honestly feel like unlucky because you know not everyone gets this opportunity especially like em my age having like these big corporate companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing that even with his job, he's being extra productive this summer he's tacked onto summer classes. So he can finish his associates degree early and transferred to a four year school to earn a Bachelor's Kate McGee wbz News. In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations, Peter Midland with W and I J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet the new standard harassment must be quote severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive. Wa Patel is the Director of justice for students survivors at the national, women's law center leaves rules in total religious turn Ted on nine on its head as a civil rights law says, they raised the threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for twenty years. If a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program activity that might not be enough. So that means some would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus now. They'd have put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment to especially as many schools move to more virtual instruction during the pandemic faith. FERBER. Is A student engagement organizer with no, you're nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a classroom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered at Northern Illinois University title nine. Coordinator Sarah Gardner says, they do have procedures to help students. We have the opportunity to see. Okay. Even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct. We can address it as university, but as faith ferber says, the problem is that places like you could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools. We can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student our to really make a difference in holder schools at Tom Law at nyu students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations that the process was slow. And Apathetic. The university hired another coordinator and garnered says they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves in the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the changes are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally Patel, there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules. Principle, there were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So there was significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Syra. Garner and you were one of the many schools that send comments harshly, not many of our concerns made it into the final regulation. Patel says the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment one example is. That colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment. If the survivor already graduated or they transferred or less, they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the School Patel says that could include professor who retires or who resigned after abuse. Comes to light. Another change that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois state. Law? One forces those going through an investigation undergo cross-examination, a live hearing, and as Sarah Gardner says, we have a state law that says you cannot cross examined one another. This is the providing sexual violence and Higher Education Act however now, the federal regulations they you must cross examined each other in public comment stated that this quote turn. Educational centers into courts of law and allow parties to be subjected to quote demeaning, inappropriate, and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois. Attorney General. kwami Raoul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteen, there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation appeared her mother. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach Lou Hinson has died. He was eighty eight. He coached at Illinois from nineteen seventy, five through nineteen ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty, three wins or the most in program history back in two Thousand Fifteen Hinson spoke with member station W. I l., l. he talked about being offered as first head coaching job at Hardin Simmons University in Texas in the early nineteen sixties and I said, well, I, have one thing that bothers me and I'll probably accept his job but you'd have to do one thing you'd have to have to agree to Tame I've had black ocean black players all the time, and I'm not GonNa tote coach at total wine team. Hinson led Illinois to the NC double a final four in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, and a big ten championship in Nineteen eighty-four he was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of fame in two, thousand fifteen that was the same year. The floor at the state farm center was named Lou Hinson Court in his honor. The thirteen years after the University of Illinois at our banished champagne retired their native American themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere and there is some support to bring back the mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the character league gains with newsroom has this report. On February twenty first two, thousand, seven thousands of people watched as a white man dressed in native. American. Regalia danced high-kicked and jumped across the University of Illinois at urbana-champaign Basketball Court while a marching band flayed, he wore a feather headdress and blue orange and white face paint. As the performance came to close the crowd cheered and some had tears streaming down their faces. Walks off the court for the last time at the University of Illinois. The event was to be the end of a tradition which dates back to nineteen twenty six, and it came after decades of calls for the university to retire the race based. Mascot. But some traditions die easy today thirteen years after chief Allina whack was officially retired by the U. OF I. The symbol endures people dress like the mascot still pop up at Games. There are facebook groups with thousands of members calling on the university to reinstate the Mascot and merchandise. With chief Elena, wax image is still sold. I'm not certain that the university can move beyond she for lying awake anytime soon, that's Matthew Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert. He spent thirteen years as an American Indian studies professor at the U. of I, and now heads the Department of American Indian studies at the University of Arizona Sokaiyas Dua Gilbert saw chief Allina weck perform at a football game in two thousand, six, a woman next to him asked what he did. Then she asked if he was an Indian I said I'm Hopi Indian from northeastern Arizona. And I always remember what she told me. She says, why don't you go down there and be the chief and you know then everything will be okay. By that time, the chief had become an extremely divisive issue on campus. The university was fighting to retain the mascot while the NC Double A. was pressuring institutions to get rid of racist native American Imagery Debbie Racist Pueblo Indian who taught at the university at that time she's an expert in native. American imagery in Children's literature, Reese remembers protesting the chief outside football and Basketball Games lewd goto silent protests at the Games where you do put yourself at risk of being spat upon of being yelled at of being cursed at those were always very uncomfortable things but we felt important. So we did them re says the chief is a misrepresentation of native people the honoring that say they do with mascots like this is not honor airing it's integrating it's demeaning. And it's an insult, the intent of of Chief Alana work was always to. was to hold a culture in reverence encouraging people to learn about it. Then Maloney was the last person to officially portray chief Allina Wack on that University of Illinois Basketball Court back in February two, thousand seven, he was a graduate student. Then Maloney says the reverence chief fans have for the character is one of the reasons it has endured long past its official retirement when that's removed especially when it's such a strong source of inspiration to many. Many people over many many years it can be tough to tough to to move forward and many who oppose the chiefs say the university is to blame for its continued presence because nothing ever replaced it. It's basically for a lot of people still a mascot of the University of Illinois that's Vikram Sardana. He graduated from the U. OF I. Last year, and he served on a commission intended to heal the chief Allina wick divide Sardana says the. University should have created a new mascot years ago and I think that the lesson people should take from this is that not acting can make a problem worse than it needs to be that at some point, you have to rip the band aid off a spokesperson for the University of Illinois at our Banner Champagne says that administrators are working on a plan to move the campus forward, which will include a process to establish new traditions but matthew. Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert is skeptical that a new mascot can end the years long controversy and he says, that's because of all the alumni and fans who still cling to chief Allina Wick I think this will continue to be a controversy. This will continue to be a burden on the university. Especially, the native students have to deal with this on a daily basis were enrolled at the university. The Highest Stuart Gilbert says time may prove to be the. Solution to the chief Allina, wick problem as years go by, there will be fewer people who remember when a white man in a feather headdress and face paint danced across the university's basketball courts and football fields at halftime I'm Lee gains staying on the sports theme the head of the Illinois high. School. Association as much of the upcoming sports season remains fluid as it tries to protect against the spread of covid Nineteen Executive Director Craig Anderson says, the I say has moved football boys, soccer, and girls volleyball from the fall to the spring. Says Kovic cases rise in the fall more sports could get shifted to the spring and winter sports could be put in jeopardy. Stay with US next on statewide you might be itching to go somewhere after months of staying at home. 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Back on statewide I'm Shawn Crawford still to come as we near the seventy fifth anniversary of the atomic bombs being dropped on Japan will learn more about the work done in Illinois that changed the world forever. After spending months isolated in homes, some are wondering if it's possible to take a vacation safely during the pandemic Shea Lafarge spoke with an infectious disease specialist. Dr Christel Budo about ways to stay safe during the summer travel season. It's inevitable that. Psychologically, people are tired, it's only natural to want to get away go out. The first step is really homage risk. Am I willing to tolerate into has to do with our own health conditions, but also the health conditions of the people around there. So even if we get sick in, we have mild you know cold symptoms in in muscle aches and we get better. Can we did she take that back to somebody who May note facial? Well so based on what we know now about. The virus are there some forms of travel that are safer than others like? Is it safer to drive somewhere instead of flying? I don't know that we can easily say one is less risky. It's your environment really that determines that goes if you go into a road trip, for example, in have a bunch of other people with you in a because then it defeats the purpose in I know for example, when we talk about flying a lot of airline companies, actually most of them have had. In place for mask wearing in digital health screening. But the risk of flying with people that we don't know is higher than the risk of driving couch. If people that we do that we live with a lot of families are planning to take road trips this summer what kinds of precaution should they take if they're really going to please the has lower keys is. To make sure that they're not making the infection with them. So one of the best ways to do that ease the two weeks prior to travelling making sure that they themselves weren't in themselves as much as possible. So watching where they're going staying in close quarters as much as possible to again avoid the risk of them getting infected in taking that infection where the. The shorter distance you have to travel debater. Especially, if you are familiar with young children, you have to think about rest stops. You have to think about Gino bathroom breaks in way you're going to be taking those and also stopping to eat right can you bring your own food potentially all? Limit yourself to drive the outdoor spaces. But what I sees relief for families traveling in how many stops they have to make along the we get increasing the chances of them getting exposed to individuals who may be infected that they can keep track over time. What about hotels you know I've heard some recommendations that you should be sanitizing things and stripping off the comforter when you arrive because it's less likely. To be washed you know what about that? So I would definitely recommend wiping down commonly used surfaces like doorknobs are always something. Doug touched counters species high touch surfaces differently should be cleaned. Other things that people may forget you Kleenex telephones that come close to the face TV. remotes also is something that people don't think about as far as the bedspread I, don't know. That I have personally seen evidence that bathing or arden fabric surfaces retained the virus but I do all surfaces hard surfaces in highly to is that something that can be cleaned in wipe down Julia limit the exposure risk we've seen cases increasing again across the country is that something that people should be thinking about when they're deciding when or where to travel definitely look at Being flexible in your timeline also being flexible in your potential final destination avoiding a busy places crowded places especially places that have the incidence of the ridge going higher would be recommended on point the things that I've seen a for people allowed easy if you can do more secluded areas. So for example, going to small resort so cabin in the woods or things like that. None. Is only popular destinations. All that this initial data cater to thousands of people that's Dr Cristello Budo and she spoke with Shelagh farmers on you might wonder why it could take a while to get your covid nineteen test results governor. Jay Pritzker says the state has done a good job at increasing the number of tests being performed, but he says he's worried about the laboratory capacity to analyze those tests. The points out Illinois has only three state run labs which can handle about six to eight thousand tests per. Day since about forty thousand tests are being performed on a daily basis, commercial labs both in and out of states are being utilized at labs across the nation only so many machines they're only so many technicians who can run those machines for so many hours during the day Pritzker says, commercial labs are being overwhelmed test from states that have seen big spikes in corona virus cases. The end result could be longer wait times for results which the governor points out will make it harder to determine outbreaks and take quick action. Support for statewide comes from Aarp Illinois providing information to help you and your family as the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart or information at AARP dot org slash near you. Next week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of Tomic bombs being dropped on Japan. One of the most controversial decisions in US history research that resulted in the weapons of mass destruction took place at several locations but Chicago became one of the main science centers I spoke with writer, Terry, McClellan mcandrew about the work done in the state and the reasons Chicago was a Manhattan Project Site. Well, there are several reasons. One was it was the home of Arthur Holly Compton who was a physicist who was already working on some of this Chicago is also seen as centrally located in the country so that other Manhattan project scientists around the country could access it fairly readily also the University of Chicago. Approved of being a Manhattan project site and support it this work going on people unaware of it in a very busy location in a major city it seems dangerous. It does doesn't it? It was a secret project and secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's mind who worked on the Manhattan project. There have been some oral histories taking of people who worked on the project and one was of William J Nicholson who helped create the pile as it was called. That was what became the nuclear reactor that developed the first self sustaining nuclear reaction at the University of Chicago, and he talks about this need for secrecy and how it was drilled into all of the staff there there were known. Agents of the German government in and around the University of Chicago. and. We were told that. And that We were not to reveal anything of what you do. Don't take up with strangers if you're having a sandwich someplace or beer or whatever watch out that people who may engage you in conversation. would be. Damaging to the war effort. And that the they may actually be the enemy. So. One huge question that comes up about this Manhattan project site at the University of Chicago, and in the middle of this metropolitan site is we're danger. was there a danger to the University of Chicago Illinois? Even the mid west region and the physicists I spoke to said in essence? No the nuclear reactor that the scientists were developing at the Chicago at Chicago was a very low powered in comparison to what we see today at most it could have powered. A two hundred watt lightbulb. Therefore, it was not putting out the radiation that one of our nuclear actors today could could do in there for the harm was not significant. Now, there was some danger to the people who were in the room where that nuclear reactor was working. One of the dangers although the scientists in charge had done innumerable calculations to make sure the danger was very small. There was still worried that the nuclear reactor could get out of control. And they took protection against that and they had what they called the suicide squad to three men who stood atop the nuclear reactor with the cadman solution so that in case it did run away and start to melt down. They would pour this over the pile and hopefully it would stop. But as one scientist told me, the suicide squad would not live to tell about it. The first nuclear reaction took place there and it was momentous. You know especially when you think about it in terms of what would come later. But at the time from what I read in your story to those folks sorta matter of fact, it was a big deal but their reaction was a bit anti climactic. Obey basically broke out a bottle of Chianti. In all signed the basket that the bottle of Chianti was in, and that was pretty much it. The physicists I talked to said that the lead scientists on the reactor Enrico Fair me was so sure he had done endless calculations. He carried his slide rule around with him for those who don't know what a slide rule is. That was your pre computer calculator in the days and he carried that around with him he did endless calculations to make sure he knew what was going to happen with this nuclear reactor, and so it went exactly as planned and in essence while it was an enormous event, it changed our lives, it changed science and international relations forever. The scientists there just pretty much congratulated each other and broke out a bottle were the scientists concerned about the the use of this technology going forward I mean from the time they were working on this had they had some idea in their mind that they could be unleashing something that they will never be able to put back in the bottle so to speak. The folks I talked to said that the scientists of course are smart people. These were literally some of the greatest brains of the twentieth century scientists at the top of their field. The new the potential of science that they were working on and They. Did they know immediately that they were working on a bomb. It's kind of unclear. They certainly became aware of it as their work went on during the Manhattan project. And after. It became clear that there would be bombed developed from their work. Some of them became very concerned about that some of the Chicago scientists especially, and they developed the bulletin of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago. To work on trying to control the use and. Thoughts and opinions about this new power they had unleashed after the Matlab in Chicago achieved its goals of creating plutonium and creating the first self sustaining nuclear reactor, both of which were essential for developing atomic bombs for the war purpose. Some scientists continued the work on the possibilities of this new nuclear power, specifically some of the peaceful purposes of it, and they continued that work at Argonne National Laboratory in Lamont, which still exists still works today. We talked about the concerns that something could go wrong possibly be dangerous to people around it at the same time there is also concerns that the Germans especially would find out that this work was being done there in Chicago could become a target. During the war that that is something that was drilled into people as well. Yes. In fact. Some of the Chicago scientists working on the Manhattan project were. Refugees from Fascist Europe. And I spoke to a physicist who wrote a book related to the Manhattan Project, and he talks about how they had feared that the Nazis would bomb Chicago specifically because of the work in because of the refugees there here's physicist Stanley word. She's basically wanted to kill them. Find interesting little note in the are gone archive many years ago said ineffective course determines must know where here. So when they haven't atomic bomb, the first one they'll drop we'll be on Chicago that was the risk that they foresaw to Chicago area that the Germans would dropping a bomb on. So we know that people high up in the military I'm guessing would have known about all of this work in in the president. Administration maybe would have known about what was happening here did everybody at the University of Chicago, even the administration there's no what was taking place the Manhattan project was extremely secret ultra secret I've read in one place that even Truman did know about it which I have a hard time believing that Congress didn't know about it again, I haven't verified. In the big question even today is did the University of Chicago President Robert Hutchins know what was going on in his own backyard almost literally beneath his football stadium. And it sounds like there's a lot of disagreement about that. Now I have since read the Robert Maynard. Hutchins a memoir by Milton mayor and he says he absolutely knew about it but was very was under instructions that when he told his deans and trustees number one, he could not even mention the word uranium. And that when they asked him, if there was any danger to the University of city, he said unlikely but he couldn't he couldn't rule it out now Here's what a physicist at the University of Chicago current physicist whom I interviewed said about whether or not he thinks the president knew have to know it was only three blocks from his house two blocks from his house. torreon skins abated but I'm sure he knew about it. He just couldn't officially know about it because you can't say you can't. Ask. Can I make a nuclear chain reaction on your campus in the middle of the city? That physicist is Dr Henry fresh and historians very interesting because he is literally a Los Alamos baby his parents worked on the Los Alamos project and that's where he was born today. There is monument that's at that site that recognizes that work talk about that, and is it something that people on the campus peel a out of attention to or remember that this took place there is this just something of the past that people have mostly forgotten. That's a great question. Yes. There was a sculpture placed atop the site where the nuclear. Reactor was it's right next to this beautiful new library they have and the sculpture is very abstract. Looks like a nuclear mushroom cloud. Some people says, it looks like a human brain. I think that was intentional on the sculptors part and when I interview Dr Henry Frisch Again, a physicist currently at the University of Chicago and literally a Los Alamos baby himself, his parents worked at Los Alamos he said that the University of Chicago has kind of split feelings about being the site of the first self sustaining nuclear reactor in the world. he says that they have celebrated the seventy fifth anniversary of that nuclear reactor going critical. But that there are some people who feel very uncomfortable about it, because of of course, how that power ended up being used and what has done today to our international relations and potential war. That's writer Turan McLaughlin mcandrew you can read her story about the role Illinois played in the Manhattan project that's available at her website statewide show dot com. Stay, with us for more of statewide coming up what it's like to be a contact tracer that's on the way. Let her speak. Let her speak. 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"Rounding that with some support for for those that need Kovic support, do you think that's Do you think that's the way to handle it wouldn't it be wiser to just focus on the the problem at hand which is Americans, who are affected by covid nineteen. It does make some sense to maybe defer that relief to the states. Until we get a better assessment of exactly, we know there's going to be massive budget shortfalls, but but maybe separate that out from the immediate relief to the businesses and the individuals the paycheck protection act was vital vital to small business keeping people employed. As well as that six hundred dollar addition to the unemployment I was okay with Republicans trying to taper that down. That seemed to make some sense if employment was coming back by I don't see why we can't find common ground on this. If we can get a supreme court nominee through in thirty days. I think we can take care of the American people. Jeannie is are you in favor of a vote on the Supreme Court prior to Election Day by the Senate. yes I am but you know if the tables were turned I'm an and the like it was before with a Democrat president and a Republican Senate then I'm fine with the decision they made then too because here's here's the deal. When you look at it, we have a set of rules and laws. Now, we have seen massively how over the summer those have been broken by just not writers looters that even aggressive governors who wanNA impose edicts from on high that are just guidelines and call them laws But you've seen a lot of laws going on if we all judge each other by our Constitution, our lost than than there is no been arguments is moot, right That the president can nominate the Senate can decide to to agree to it. To, agree to hold hearings to agree to have the person seated as a judge or not. That is the RAW. So it, you know that the Senate can do at the Senate wants to do the person can do what the president wants to do. Those are the rules it just so happens that they both happened to be in Republican hands epic moment. So the Republicans get to decide that's why elections are important. You elect matters it does have consequences, I. Don't see why this is such a big discussion about. Well, we set precedence here and we set precedents there and there's the spinal it doesn't matter the constitution is the president nominates and the Senate confirms. And that's that's just day they're going to decide so. Bruno Baron. Bring him into the conversation because one topic that I know is near and dear to his heart and I believe that it's near and dear to your heart as well. But I want him to frame the question for us, and that is the issue of of choice. For Education Pro, choice for education and I'm wondering to what extent do you think Congress has a role to play if at all that Genie Could weigh in on well, obviously. We want education policy to be made as close to home as possible. Preferably, in the home. And at the closest to the to the voters so. The last big federal thing that happened was common core, which is again proven to be a complete disaster. As all large giant reforms are in terms of being a waste of money with lower test scores so As far as what Congress can do, I think the easiest thing would be for them to get out of the way or possibly and I know that they've spoken about this. A little bit is an and this is one thing that has been bandied about on the Republican side is to give kids vouchers if they're if they're going to a failing school, so your state won't allow vouchers or your city won't allow vouchers fine. You, get a federal one. If your school's failing, here's some money, you can go to a school of your choice. It's very, very hard to produce a law like that and actually have it work effectively from the federal level. So the less the federal government does. The better in these instances would be my view on that. You agree with genie. I have percent agree I. also think that it's interesting during Cova that you have a number of educational institutions that are going full remote is does not serve the students. Well, I've interviewed a metal mental health experts, medical experts, they all say kids need to be in school, and so I know there's some discussion about if you're going to keep your kids, shut us school that they possibly should take some of this federal money as well and be able to choose a different school of their choice around me. The private schools are open and they are offering just fine. When we come back, one are the other issues that is being discussed in this campaign and I know it's near and dear to your heart Marcus Melo I want to bring it up and that is the issue of systemic racism does it really exist and how important is that issue for Democrats running in November both president and members of Congress back shortly, our everyday actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, wash your hands. Avoid close contact with people who are sick avoid touching your eyes nose and mouth stay home when you're sick. Cover your cough or sneeze. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects with household cleaning spray. For more information visit CDC DOT Gov. Slash Kovic. This message brought to you by the National Association of Broadcasters and this station. A few years ago Steve. Fair. Cows, lungs were failing I. Think I hit more than a couple weeks live? That's when Steve received a lung transplant made possible by an organ donor. Now, Steve can do things. 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Gone back years on this issue and I think you would agree that there are certainly inequity between the way. African. Americans are treated in our judicial system in mass incarceration in education. Now, the sources of that is what fuels a lot of the debate I'm beyond the beltway is that a matter of personal responsibility is an inequity of opportunity You know as professor, I teach students from diverse backgrounds and and I can just say that the number one factor really affecting students coming in is the pro the economic prosperity of their family. if you can improve that situation, the education comes with it. The parents want the students to do. Well, we place a lot of blame on teachers on the curriculum but I. But I, think in the end, we have to find ways to bring prosperity to the families but I wanNA see some leadership from the Democratic Party If there is a stomach racism as as it seems avenue everyone who's looking many people are looking anyway Is there a legislative way out of that? I don't know how you legislature way out of. A racist and let's racist undercurrent. Let's let's genie genie. I want to get your reaction to whether or not. You think the country is systemically racist and pick up on what mark suggested that maybe there's some legislation that needs to make its way through Congress. I really liked. I heard from mark because he is focusing on institutions that at their core, you don't want to believe are semi racist you want them to reform themselves. She wanted to give kids opportunity. I know you mentioned education specifically now I, would make an argument and we just talked about school choice I mean I would make an argument that there are places where the schools do not work for those in poverty and. They're not getting the best education they can, and that having systems don't educate the kids well having them along, for example, grade inflation for example, not holding them to heart hard standards. I, think that's a problem The minority communities tend to get a lot more support I'm going to be honest with you. I know a lot the education budget in the state of Illinois they get a lot more support that they may need. We need to reinvent them. We need to we need stricter standards at to to bring these kids along and help their pants on I. Think it's a shame that you had actually you had reports that during the remote shutdown when people were handed out chromebooks in computers, some parents went and sold those. It's just another reason that you need of your kids in school because schools have become an oversight area to help kids. but this is a big topic. I can't give Justice in eight minutes, but I will say the America's a hall has gone a long ways from not being racist. We don't agree with that. It's really probably the worst thing you can call anybody. These days is a racist and and nobody everybody wants to give people a hand up Eric Gluco new William Yeah. So I I I think a lot of the claims that we see from a lot of the more radical voices about systemic racism are very overwrought and over made but I find it helps to put it in the context that I think one could understand systemic racism I grew up across the river from Saint Louis, and if you look at the history. Of the way, Saint, Louis County come to exist. It's about a million people now in total and they're about one hundred and four different municipalities, and here in Cook County there's a buy orders match I think there's somewhere around four million people and there are about fifty municipalities. The way they came to be as people moved out of the city center, they would move to an area they would zone it off. It was just a neighborhood oftentimes and there would be no multifamily occupancy housing to keep. This is when white flight is starting in the fifties. And as soon as a upwardly mobile black families would move in they would move further out. They would do the same thing. Now you have these tiny municipalities. Ferguson is an example of this where the only interactions because there's no property tax base, there's no sales tax base, they get most of their money from police enforcements and the police enforcements that happened there are disproportionately affecting the black populations of those areas. That's a case where I think the idea of systemic racism is comprehendible and I wish more people would make cases like that rather than these blanket allegations of the whole country systemically racist that just get people to turn away and not Wanna listen to what anyone has to say Bruno but. That's a that's a very, very good point which I've made many times in my discussions with this too especially, the Saint Louis and Ferguson I will say this and this is this is where I get to use one of my sound soundbites. There is nothing in this country more systemically racist than school district that you can move into a place where you can keep other people out simply by the steepness of the property taxes and the nice the niceness of the homes. There is there is nothing more systemically racist than that, and what's very interesting. I've heard all kinds of liberals argue disparate impact when it comes to like you've got a company and then some people don't rise as fast as other people and disparate impact is a very, very interesting doctrine. I tend to lean against it. But if you look at the education policy in this country, nothing should be more gutted nothing should be more ripped out by the roots reformed then education simply based upon disparate impact doctrine. If if you really start looking at it so. I. Think you know it's very easy for conservatives and I'm I'll use my conservative audience that I have on facebook. You know you say something about systemic racism or white privilege and the Conservatives just nuts their heads explode and act like you're a black lives matter Marxist or something and I just keep on trying to tell them. It's like no, take a step outside and. Look at this stuff the way it really operates and you can kind of see where the disadvantage community the black community in particular has a legitimate beef and here's an idea if you listen to them and talk to them about it, you might just get their vote if you do something about it, and that's where we should be in this country and having these discussions. Genie to what extent does. The does the discussion of race in the country To what extent should that conversation maybe originate not from the poor black community but maybe from the affluent white community or we'll the African Americans not listen to a discussion that begins let's say in in Suburbia, in Wheaton Illinois. Listen we have school district's here piecing together black lives matter black lives matter black lives, matter videos of various teachers White. Students, whatever. At the after the George Floyd Institute in incident. Essentially making sure that nobody thinks that the racism they stand for Blm. And he had school districts put that out and they got in trouble actually because they put out links also linked to political sites based off Blm. which was wrong. This is the deal you already have people that are white essentially sounding alarm making sure that people don't think that they're racist like I said we're sending you can call somebody and so I the they are they are embracing this. Already. Be Quite honest and and I think that You know people need to reflect on how they run their business how individual lives? How did they raise their kids? You see individual incidents of racism I'm sure that that's that does exist that there was a systemic racism get strong around an awful lot. If you give me one more minute, let me tell you why. nine west point graduates from the classes of eighteen and nineteen seventy-two war. One scholarships postgraduate scholarships to roads and Marshall Scholarships. Nine of them wrote a forty page manifesto saying that West Point is hysterically racist. And some other demands were safe spaces for minority, cadets ecorse changing the names like barracks I spent three of my four years. And then on top of it, therefore, top officials a three star who is a black man he's the head of all of West. Point a one star Dean a one-star commoner and a one star. Brigade tax officer. The. The one of the requests from these roque graduates with a thorough three white top of our officers right personal policy statements for the Whiteness. And yet, these were these cadets. Had Special. They were specially tracked to win these scholarships I know that because my son was on that track. All right. They were given special attention that they say that West Point is semi racist. That's where it's gotTa Stop I mean this is nonsense if you can't pass the indoor obstacle course, guess what you fail. If you can't find all your points on the Land Nath Carson the last time you don't win, you don't fail you fail. The Egalitarian objective grading system I've ever been apart. Now mark the president a recently went after. Teaching and the teaching of what he described as anti-american curriculum in in in colleges and universities and He didn't get into high schools but primarily colleges I know you don't agree that exist but do you understand how a conservative can believe that? Well, I understand that. In critiquing America, you can lose sight of the good qualities about America. So I understand where? Might, might say, Hey, there's a narrative that's being told that sort of obscuring the great things America's accomplish would you agree that college professors tend to perpetuate that belief? I. I in my experience there many conservative professors and colleagues that I have and You know some of my favorite professors undergraduate were conservative. and. So so I do think and people are patriotic but just because you're critiquing country doesn't mean you're not patriotic in fact of course, you know if those the most vociferously. Critical of the country are often very patriotic. So I think you know while a particular curriculum that president trump doesn't like the project about slavery from the New York Times I think it's an important that we don't talk enough about the legacy of slavery. I'm not generational trauma I have still got interesting an impact I've got to interrupt because we're going to a break. When we come back I wanNA hear from our Libertarians in the studio about maybe some changes. In academia. Brewster my back. It's beyond the way at Sunday night. Nice with us from coast to coast and border born around the world beyond the Beltway Dot Com don't forget that If you ever miss this, show the you. There's no such thing as missing this show because if you had to to be on the beltway dot com or you go to youtube where you go to facebook live I. Mean we're they're we're like you can't get rid of us. I mean What you're listening to right now is the new show for this week and again, obviously the audio version plays on spotify and all the other audio devices that are out there to collect and save it forever Let us let all of our guests introduced themselves and we're going to begin with a genie. A genie tell everybody who you are and What's the most important thing in your life at the moment Well time running for Congress in Illinois six Congressional district, and we've got thirty seven days left to get our get our message out. So that's really important. I'm a West Point graduate, a military mom and a mother of five. It also I should say for those listening around the country If Genie I did get elected, she would probably become one of the quickly I think she would become one of the more well-known members of the House of Representatives because she's very articulate for her conservative cause, and we should mention that we have invited your democratic opponent Sean Astin to be a guest on this program, we've left several messages for him personally, and also through the campaign, and we would hopefully give him. The opportunity is we've given you to share your thoughts and opinions with our audience Marcus Melo till everybody a little bit about your background. Sure. On the director of English and media communications a calcium. Of Saint Joseph's in Whiting Indiana, and I'm also involved in historic preservation in Chicago's Pullman National Monument. And Eric in studio with US along with Joe Kaiser, I host sources with knowledge on newstalk five sixty. The answer airs Saturday Mornings at eight am, and then again, Sunday at three PM, you can search sources with knowledge in any place you go to find fine podcasts and my day job I am the Director of Communications for the Act Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty Bruno Baron. My Name is Bruno Paradigm with the Heartland Institute. I'm the senior fellow on. Issues focusing primarily on education reform and when I'm not doing something on education reform actually flipping houses for Jesus through my church where we're trying to flip a town from mostly rental to mostly ownership in bring back a sense of a social network flip a town. For Jesus that sounds like. HGTV it should. But you know, I don't know if HDTV gopher that. List. Let's go to calls Bonnie in Crown Point Indiana is calling us. She's a regular listener to this program and Bonnie what words of wisdom do you have for our panel this evening? While I'm I'm a little confused I heard the phase, the phrase to stomach racism and institutional racism and I think they're kind of the same So when you talk about school spur example. I think that when you have failing public school. you know the Republicans, the Conservatives talk about giving school choice and getting kids out of crappy failing public schools that are you know local school but you know also that thing support from home my mother is a many many year retired state public school teacher. She taught in Oak Park River forest and she she remembers having African American students who would you know their mothers worked very hard to move over the border into Oak, Park. So their kids could attend the Oak Park School and she would remember that you know a kid would be working really hard and then one of his classmates would say, Hey, you're acting white. You know. So part of this cultural. Part of that has to do with a lack of support from home part of that has to do with failing public schools, which you know the Democrats are all about public school. and so you know. So there's that and then if you talk about the institutional racism, I mean what institutions do we have we got Hollywood. That you know. Liberal Democrat, you've got. Sports that's Liberal Democrat. You've got the media. That's Liberal Democrat so exactly. If. If all the institutions are Liberal Democrat well there there's your institutional racism right there. No Marcus Melo. Speak to Bonnie's point and How how with all of those institutions that Bonnie has identified as Liberal Democrat how can they possibly have a conversation about race if they wanted to be a monologue not a dialogue. Well. So I am Bonnie's calling from Crown Point Indiana. Yes and people around the nation who aren't familiar with the area. That's a good example of what Bruno was speaking about the disproportionate funding of education. Crown Point Indiana just down the road from Gary Indiana and. The property tax base of Gary had been depleted as as businesses and economic activity and residents fled from Gary as it became predominantly African American and as the steel mills closed down and Lake County Southern Lake County got resources that Gary Indiana to this day doesn't have, and so there's an example where that would be what I would consider systemic racism through the property tax based funding of education. In that county, I would disagree that the media wholeheartedly is or whole cloth is is liberal. I certainly grew up listening to Bruce and and other moderate pundits and conservative pundits on the radio rush limbaugh broadcasting very successfully probably one of the most successful broadcasters for decades so. I don't think we can cast with a broad brush and. Hollywood certainly you know is in an ivory tower of its own in the same way that academia but. If media thank you very much for your comment. But if media wanted to lead such a discussion and and and they want to keep off the table, they wanna key fob keep off some of the cultural things that Bonnie reference they. They don't want to bring those things up because some African Americans might be offended by part of the conversation. They may not want to acknowledge a portion of the things that Bonnie is referenced and so their voices is not heard how real is that conversation? Well, I would say, let the African American community lead that conversation. So often it comes from a a reporter who's outside the community who's outside coming in and speaking to these issues. But let's let's have a conversation. Let's let the African American community lead a discussion which they've been trying to do. But so often it gets reduced to soundbites and. Conflict and heartbreak I. Think you know the African American people? I. Know they're just simply call it the struggle This is the struggle. His Act of their life isn't part of discussion I wanNA I wanNA. Ask Jeannie about this point bring the conversation. That's why get back to you know what suburban input is there in that I'm in another part of the diversity that that I would like to see is you know it's just in recent years at there's a there's a diversity of thought articulated in the media by African Americans amuse you see a number of conservative Republican African Americans that appear on on on television most of them are on Fox there's no question about it, but at least they're there. You, never you never you would never hear those conversations on any of the big three networks ever. Gene your thought on that. No you're absolutely right to and I know you've had a good friend of mine who is actually helping my campaign Stephanie's Trussell. She's a a great conservative black voice in the Chicago media market. Really usually on am five sixty or something like that. She does not get any. She doesn't get the the plum spots to come in and represent the black view, the black conservative you on any of the big network stations awaiting it is interesting but I tell you what I think this this this election's GonNa be really interesting to see where the black vote goes because I think I've seen a whole lot of people walking away from the Democrat Party many of them are black Americans who have had enough and they've they've seen what's happened to Chicago's particularly and they want a new way. Barone said earlier in the program that he believes that one of the one of the side effects of an election if Joe Biden wins, he believes that the radical left which have really been taking over a Lotta streets and of lead to some street demonstrations and violence that he thinks that they will move their venue to the suburbs since most since your district includes virtually all of Suburbia, what is your take on on the on the involvement of perhaps violence or or violent demonstrations? Emerging and heading towards your neck of the woods genie. While, be honest with you if they want to try that that game here in the suburbs at least with our current as state's attorney and prosecutors in our local police force, they will be shut down. You're not tolerated. We will not have a revolving door like Kim Fox hasn't county to just let's offenders off. We're going I would suggest we're going take the ron to Santa's approach and basically slap on charges that are going to stick and put them in jail. In fact, this you know in in terms of just general crime here where I live in the suburbs, we prosecute the client crime you put them in jail we give them a high enough bail that especially if it's a serious armed offense were not letting them out and just a mile from my house, there was an armed home invasion just You know not that far away there was a armed carjacking. So it is happening the crime from Cook County Chicago has over into the suburbs but we have not seen. You know we had some little looting and rioting in Naperville very little Mac tamp down and I think if they want to bring their games to the suburbs I, think here in the suburbs where I live, we're not gonNA take. Eric do think that law and order is going to emerge as. Maybe a deciding factor with a lot of people in the closing month of the campaign. I don't think so and what I think is interesting about that is The Washington Post poll, and there was one other show that Joe Biden was outpacing Donald Trump on the law and order argument by about ten points So the whole idea to make this about law and order from the trump campaign side does not seem to be resonating. again, we've got thirty days to go. We'll have to see what happens but I don't see it really resonating at this point, I want to hear Bruno's response. When we come back, I'm Bruce Dumont one, eight, hundred, seventy, three, eighty to eighty, nine from coast to coast and border to border one more segment, and we've got some callers on the line. Come on back pick up on the conversation guys were having during the break was. So, basically Eric and I have this disagreement and you know we have a very, very similar viewpoint on Donald Trump probably, very similar viewpoint on the fact that America needs to find a way to come together again or at least talked to each other again. My beef is with the viewpoint that says that Oh well, Donald trump is so horrible that we have to get rid of them with while lowering the stuff that's going on on the other side of the aisle in the what's going on on the other side of the island I kinda wanted to get into this I. Don't WanNa get too arcane. But if you WANNA find out more about it, you can go to a website called new discourses dot COM by James Lindsay or just look up James Lindsay and his conversation with the Joe Rogan We have what has happened what's been going on in this country we have. A takeover of all the institutions and the caller previously mentioned about the news, the sports, the corporations we live in a country where you could be sitting on a zoom call with your corporation and you could say, well, I think all lives matter and you're fired now I can discuss the beef about whether you want to say black lives matter all lives matter I've told my conservative friends there's nothing wrong with saying black lives matter. It isn't a Marxist comment or anything like that. But if you live in a country where you're corporation can simply fire you because of a A. Literally a psychological fever that is going on in this country right now, and you're seeing it in sports and you're seeing it in academia and you're seeing it everywhere that the moment you live in a country like that where. You can laugh all you want. You can say it's being catastrophic or hyperbolic. We are on the border of a Social Miasma we are, and if you look at the left the, they are much closer to the Jacobin of the French Revolution and they are much closer to the Medeiros and the Hugo Chavez's of the world in terms of policy than they ever have been anywhere near Barack Obama. So Joe Biden's first term isn't going to be Barack Obama's third term it is going to be. AOC's or Hugo Chavez I turned. This is where their policy is going on. I won't Eric Response and then I know mark the the idea of Joe Biden is the ultimate bank shot when they could have put a Bernie. Sanders who actually believes all of these things is really interesting theory is no different than the. There's no difference at all in in the in the in the in the platform affable bud. Bernie Sanders supporters aren't they a lot of the people that are in the streets, but my point with Bruno it what we were talking about before we came back on the air, is that my problem with trump law and order message is that you know you see this meme with amy conybeare it's lovely family and this is trump's America and then all these anti FA protesters in this is Biden's America. Trump's America to it's happening while Donald Trump is president and you can point out all of these horrible of the left and it plays out like the same conversation over and over again in two thousand sixteen where people would give these diagnoses of all these problems that we have and they get to the therefore trump fallacy. Therefore, Donald Trump should be president the I'd states and that does not follow. To Genie. I'm GonNa go to Jimmy. Let her way in this Eric has just suggested that a lot of the bad things that are happening in some of these cities like Portland and Seattle I mean Donald Trump is still the president of the United States into their happening. Yeah I know and all those prices are run by Democrats and and at least donald trump understands federalism and says, you know I'm offering my support but you have to invite me because that's what federalism's about I'd. Do think it would be. Think, it would be. Janey, do you think it would be different after election day? With Donald Trump, have different interpretation of what you've said is federalism if he wins reelection. Will these? Rioting will it still go on in Portland or Seattle or will those folks realized that the JIG is up and they're about to get their head smashed in? I guess it really depends on how big of a victory he he gets i. think that's the biggest decision I think that the rioting will still continue I. Think the waft is unhinged at this point I, think that there's been narrowed I mean every single Democrat refused to condemn the defend the police movement that's where we are in. Congress. Okay and and I'm not okay with that neither most other people law and order is a big issue. I will tell you that as somebody who is actively campaigning and here's from it from the grassroots. So in the suburbs, it is an issue off and and. You know I think that federalism still stands these Democrat seasonal you run by that's and the law since will continue but I would think that there should I have said here job number one is to restore lawn or across the nation. is so important how how do you? How do you do that? Federalist that won't he'll only go in if he's invited, they're not inviting him in. So how is that done? Well, I can answer that I can answer that go for. Let's actually bring justice. Let's talk about the issues. Let's. Let's solve this problem to Bruno's point I don't disagree with them. That things may have swung too far where you know it's much easier attack somebody for their political speech than to unravel this problem, we're facing as a culture and as a nation, but there is a real problem here, and so the question is how when are we going to send in the National Guard to break skulls? The question is, when are we going to bring justice? When are we going to realize that militarizing the police is maybe not the way to go I don't think the Libertarians in this group favor militarized police forces in our streets. Martial Law. We don't want that kind of civilization and I. Think you get these are this is good. Trouble is John Lewis said or Reverend Vernon Johns when you see a good. What are these people are in the hat but what's the handle the demand mark? What's the happy ending in in Portland Oregon? and Seattle. The happy ending is as a nation we start addressing this maybe with a congressional committee. Can Jeanine. Problem across the nation is just not true. It is a problem primarily, Democrats cities where they don't have the proper justice policing going on or just meted out. That is the problem here and to to show how many more people have died before it's a national issue you're impugning the rest of the nation for for really places run by Democrats and have been all in this together genie your community here American cities democratic a little more careful. the Democrats want to do when they get an office. They would like to federalize every single decision because they know it's easier to control one half of five, hundred, thirty, five legislators and make make everything a federal issue. A moma gene we are out of time genie. She is a congressional candidate in Illinois Sixth Congressional district. She is a Republican running against John Capstan. 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Up First this week, the pandemic has changed a lot of summer plans for college students like internships travel jobs, keep McGee with WBZ tells us how some students are still trying to make the most of their summer rice university student Caz Leigh Matthews had big plans the summer she was going to spend eight weeks in Argentina, studying public health and working in a clinic. Then she was heading to Israel for a traditional birthright trip for young Jewish adults. All of that was canceled due to the novel Corona virus she moved back in with. Her parents in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. So instead I took Calculus to definitely a bummer cove nineteen is canceled many internships study abroad, opportunities and typical funds. Summer plans as colleges worry how the pandemic will affect fall enrollment many schools in. Illinois have seen a bump in summer enrollment compared to last year as students try to turn lemons into some kind of lemonade, the University of Illinois at our Banner Champagne and the University of Illinois at Chicago both saw summer enrollment numbers jumped twenty five and twenty, seven percent respectively from last summer. Alina callous is an incoming freshman at Loyola University Chicago she decided to get a head start in take online classes this summer to get some of her general courses out of the way especially double majoring I would have to do a little bit more work and just thinking of the future I want to study abroad and things like that. I just WanNa make time Loyola and other local private universities. Say they've seen an increase in summer enrollments to. For, those lucky enough to keep their internships. It's now from the comfort of their homes. Indiana resident Joe Graziano says when the pandemic initially hit lots of friends saw summer internships they'd secured in the fall canceled and he was worried his paid internship with the risk management company. A on would be too. He plays baseball for Butler University and dedicated previous summers to baseball heading into senior year his resume was pretty So I, kind of really needed this. Am I gonNA live. Got Cancelled my resume would have been baseball club not very filling a on depends heavily on its interns traditionally, they hire nearly two-thirds every year permanently. So they mailed laptops home for interns and integrated them into teams who are also working virtually due to the pandemic. They've also been assigned group projects with other interns to help improve the company internally. Grazziano says he misses the in person interaction. It's difficult to make a good impression remotely. Get from even just small talk at the office and sometimes video caused Kinda hard to like to get across my personality as I wanted to I don't know it's like hard to like trae myself to you over video still he feels lucky to earn a paycheck this summer. So does nineteen year old manny. Gonzalez who is studying computer science and engineering at Harold Washington College in downtown. Chicago he was involved with the group Genesis works in high school which helps students in. Underinvested communities connect with employers job and internship opportunities. He was able to quit an overnight job at ups and start working at a data analytics company downtown, which he's continued remotely throughout the pandemic guaranteed income. That's also helping him build toward his career I. Honestly feel like unlucky because you know not everybody gets this opportunity especially like my age having these big corporate companies on my resume at my age. So it's like you know it's a blessing but even with his job he's being. Productive this summer, he's tacked onto summer classes. So he can finish his associates degree early and transferred to a four year school to earn a Bachelor's Kate McGee wbz News. In May the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations Peter Medlin with W J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet the new standard harassment must be quote severe, pervasive and objectively offensive Sheila. Patel is the director of Justice for student. At the National Women's law center. So these rules kind of in total religious turn Ted on nine on its head as a civil rights law says they raised the threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for around twenty years. If a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that not be enough. So that means some states would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher. Learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus. Now, they'd have to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment to especially as many schools move to more virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone harassing you in a classroom meeting that would be covered what if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University. Title Nine Coordinator. Garner says, they do have procedures to help students. We have the opportunity to see. Okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we can address as university but as faith ferber says, the problem is that places like you could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools and we can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power to really make a difference in holders Cowboy Law. At nyu students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and that the process was slow and apathetic the university hired another coordinator and Garner says they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and the policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long is so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy? Devos is trying to justify why the changes are needed and respond to public. Comments she. Wally Patel says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialist joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So there was significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sarah Garner and you were one of the many schools that sent it comments impartially many of our concerns made it into the Final Regulations Patel says the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in. The proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comet. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transfer it or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the School Patel says that could. Include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another change that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title changes are in conflict with Illinois State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah Gardner says, we have a state law that says you cannot cross examined one another. This is the element providing sexual vowed to harsh act however now, the federal regulations they you must cross examine each other in public comment it. Stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parts to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General Kwami, Raoul to weigh in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect. Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth, there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation at Peter Bubba. The Former University of Illinois men's basketball coach Lou Hinson has died. He was eighty eight he coached in Illinois from nineteen seventy, five through. Nineteen ninety-six is four, hundred, twenty, three wins or the most in program history back in two Thousand Fifteen Hinson spoke with member station W. I l., l. and he talked about being offered as first head coaching job at Hardin Simmons University in Texas in the early nineteen sixties and I said well, I have one thing that bothers me and I'll probably accept his job but you'd have to do one thing United Santa Agree to tame black OC-. Black players all the time and I'm not gonNa tote coach total wine tame. Hinson led Illinois to the NCWA final four in nineteen, eighty nine and a big ten championship in Nineteen Eighty-four. He was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of fame in Twenty Fifteen. That was the same year. The floor at the State Farm Center was named Louison court in his honor. The thirteen year is empty the University of Illinois at our Banner Champagne. Retired their native American themed mascot. The image continues to pop up everywhere and there is some support to bring it back. The Mascot officially retired in two thousand seven after decades of calls to get rid of the character league gains with the annoy newsroom has this report. On February twenty first two, thousand, seven thousands of people watched as a white man dressed in native. American. Regalia danced high kicked and jumped across the University of Illinois at Urbana-champaign Basketball, court while Ching band played. He wore a feather headdress and blue orange and white face paints. As the performance came to a close the crowd cheered and some had tears streaming down their faces. Walks off the court for the last time the University of Illinois. The event was meant to be the end of a tradition which dates back to nineteen twenty six and it came after decades of calls for the university to retire the race based Mascot. But some traditions don't die easy today thirteen years after chief align awake was officially retired by the by the symbol indoors people dress like the mascot still pop up at Games. There are facebook groups with thousands of members calling on the university to reinstate the Mascot and merchandise with. Chief Elena Wax Image is still sold. I'm not certain that the university can move beyond Sheva lying awake anytime soon. That's Matthew Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert, he spent thirteen years as an American Indian studies professor at the U. of I am now heads the Department of American Indian studies at the University of Arizona Sokaiya? Stuart Gilbert saw chief Allina Weck perform at a football game in two thousand, six a woman next to him asked what he did. Then she asked if he was an Indian and I said I'm Hopi. Indian from northeastern Arizona. And I I always remember what she told me. She says, why don't you go down there and be the chief and you know then everything will be okay. By that time, the chief had become an extremely divisive issue on campus. The university was fighting to retain the mascot while the NC Double A. was pressuring institutions to get rid of racist native American Imagery Debbie Ries is a Pueblo Indian who taught at the university at that time she's an expert in. Native American imagery in Children's literature, Reese remembers protesting the chief outside football and basketball. Games lewd lagoda silent protests at the Games where you do put yourself at risk of being spat upon of being yelled at of being cursed at. Those were always very uncomfortable things but we felt important. So we get them re says, chief is a misrepresentation of native people. The honoring that people say they do with mascots like this is not honor earning it's integrating. It's demeaning. And it's an insult, the intensive of Lana work was always to. was to hold a culture in reverence encouraging people to learn about it. Dan Maloney was the last person to officially portray chief Allina Wack on that University of Illinois Basketball Court back in February two, thousand seven. He was a graduate student. Then Maloney says, the reverence chief fans have for the character is one of the reasons it has endured long past its official retirement when that's removed especially when it's such a strong source of inspiration to many many people over many many years, it can be tough to tough to to move forward and many who oppose the chiefs say the university is to blame for its. Continued presence because nothing ever replaced it. It's basically for a lot of people still mascot of the University of Illinois that's Vikram Sardana. He graduated from the U. OF I last year and he served on a commission intended to heal the chief Elena wick divide Sardana says the university should have created a new mascot years ago and I think that the lesson people should take from this is that not acting can make a problem worse than it needs to be. But at some point, you have to rip the band aid off a spokesperson for the University of Illinois at our Banner Champagne, says that administrators are working. On a plan to move the campus forward, which will include a process to establish new traditions. But Matthew Sokaiya Stuart Gilbert is skeptical that a new mascot can end the years long controversy and he says that's because of all the alumni and fans who still cling to chief ally Wick I. Think this will continue to be a controversy. This will continue to be a burden on the university. Especially, the native students have to deal with this on a daily basis where enrolled at the university the highest to Gilbert says time may prove to be the ultimate solution to the chief Allina tech problem as years go by. There will be fewer people who remember when a white man in a feather headdress and face paint danced across the university's basketball courts and football fields. At halftime I'm Lee gains staying on the sports theme the head of the Illinois High School Association says much of the upcoming sports season remains fluid as it tries to protect against the spread of Covid Nineteen Executive Director Craig Anderson says, the I say has moved football boys, soccer and girls volleyball from the fall to the spring, and the says Cova cases rise in the fall more sports could get shifted to the spring and winter sports could be put in jeopardy. Stay with US next on statewide you might be itching to go somewhere after months of staying at home. We'll have some tips for staying safe if you decide to vacation during the pandemic. Back. On statewide I'm Shawn Crawford still to come as we near the seventy fifth anniversary of the atomic bombs being dropped on Japan will learn more about the work done in Illinois that changed the world forever. After spending months isolated in homes, some are wondering if it's possible to take a vacation safely during the pandemic Shayla, far Zahn spoke with an infectious disease specialist Dr, Christel Abudo about ways to stay safe during the summer travel season it's inevitable that. Psychologically, people are tired. It's only natural to want to get away and go out. The first step is really homage risk. Am I willing to tolerate in that has to do with our own health conditions, but also the health conditions of the people around there. So even if we get sick in, we have mild cold symptoms in in muscle aches and we get better can we potentially take that back to? Who May note facial well so based on what we know now about the virus, are there some forms of travel that are safer than others like is it safer to drive somewhere instead of flying I? Don't know that we can. Say One is less risky. It's young environment really that determines that goes if you're going to do a road trip, for example, in have a bunch of other people with you in a because then it defeats the purpose. In I know for example, when we talk about flying a lot of airline companies, actually most of them have had requirement in peaceful mask wearing in digital health screening. But the risk of flying with people that we don't know is higher than the risk of driving in our couch people that we do that we live with a lot of families are planning to take road trips this summer what kinds of precautions should they take? They're really Going to please has lower keys is to make sure that they're not making the infection with them. So one of the best ways to do that ease the two weeks prior to travelling making should that they themselves quarantine themselves as much as possible. So watching whether they're going staying in close quarters as much as possible to avoid the risk of them getting infected in intaking that infection where going the shorter distance, you have trouble debater. If you familiar with young children, you have to think about stops you have to think about no bathroom breaks. In way you're going to be taking those and also stopping to eat right can you bring your own food potentially all at limoges to drive the muzo outdoor spaces ambition For families traveling and how many stocks they have to make along the way getting raising the chances of them getting exposed to either individual who may be infected. They can keep track O- over time. What about who towels you know I've heard some recommendations that you should be sanitizing things and stripping off the comforter when you arrive because it's less likely to be washed in what about that. So I would definitely recommend wiping down culminate use surfaces like doorknobs. Always something Doug it touched counters species heidrich surfaces differently should be cleaned. Other things that people may forget you clean active phones that come to the face TV remote something that people don't think about as far as the bedspread I don't know that I have personally seen evidence that bathing all cotton fabric surfaces retained various, but I do know for surfaces hard surfaces in is, is that something that can be cleaned in wipe down to a limited explosion degrees? We've seen cases increasing again. The country is that something that people should be thinking about what they're deciding? When were wear to travel definitely, look at being flexible timeline also been flexible in your potential final destination avoiding a busy places crowded places especially pleased that have the incidence of the ridge going high. You would be recommended this point. The things that I've seen woke for people allowed easy if you can. Do more secluded areas. So for example, going to small resort. So cabin in the woods or things like that WED that none is only popular destinations off this initiative that don't cater to thousands of people. That's Dr Cristello Budo and she spoke with Shelagh Farzin. You might wonder why could take a while to get your covid nineteen test results governor Jay Pritzker says the state has done a Good job at increasing the number of tests being performed but he says, he's worried about the laboratory capacity to analyze those tests. The points out Illinois has only three state run labs which can handle about sixty eight thousand tests per day. Since about forty thousand tests are being performed on a daily basis, commercial labs both in and out of states are being utilized at labs across the. Nation, there are only so many machines. There are only so many technicians who can run those machines for so many hours during the day. Pritzker. Says, commercial labs are being overwhelmed with test from states that have seen big spikes in corona virus cases. The end result could be longer wait times for results which the governor points out will make it harder to determine outbreaks and take quick action. Support, for statewide comes from Aarp Illinois, providing information to help you and your family as the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart or information at AARP dot org slash near you. Next week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of atomic bombs being dropped on Japan. It's one of the most controversial decisions in US history research that resulted in the weapons of mass destruction took place at several locations but Chicago became one of the main science centers I spoke with writer Terry, McClellan mcandrew about the work done in the state and the reasons Chicago was a Manhattan Project Site. While there are several reasons. One was it was the home of Arthur Holly Compton who was a physicist who was already working on some of this Chicago is also seen as centrally located in the country so that other Manhattan project scientists around the country could access it fairly readily also the University of Chicago. Approved of being a Manhattan project site and supported it this work going on people aware of it in a very busy location in a major city it seems dangerous. Does doesn't it? It was a secret project and secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the Manhattan project. There have been some oral histories taking of people who worked on the project and one was of William J. Nicholson who helped create the pile as it was called that was what became the nuclear reactor that developed the first self sustaining nuclear reaction at the University of Chicago and he talks about this need for secrecy and how it was drilled into all of the staff there there were known. Agents of the German government in and around the University of Chicago. and. We were told that. And that We were not to reveal anything of what you do don't take up with strangers. If you're having a sandwich someplace or beer or whatever watch out that people who may engage you in conversation. would be. Damaging to the war effort. And that the they may actually be the enemy. So one huge question that comes up about this Manhattan project site at the. University. Of Chicago in the. In the middle of this metropolitan site is, where is there danger? was there a danger to the University Chicago Illinois even the Mid West Region and the physicists I spoke to said in essence? No the nuclear reactor that the scientists were developing at the Chicago at Chicago was a very low powered. In comparison to what we see today at most it could have powered two hundred watt lightbulb therefore, it was not putting. Out The kind of radiation that one of our nuclear actors today could could you in there for the harm was not significant now, there was some danger to the people who were in the room where that nuclear reactor was working. One of the dangers although the scientists in charge had done innumerable calculations to make sure the dangerous very small. There was still a worried that the nuclear reactor could get out of control. And they took protection against that and they had what they called the suicide squad two to three men who stood atop the nuclear reactor with a cadman solution so that in case it did run away and start to melt down. They would pour this over the pile and hopefully it would stop. But as one scientist told me, the suicide squad would not live to tell about it. The first nuclear reaction took place there and it was momentous. You know especially when you think about it in terms of what would come later. But at the time from what I read in your story to those folks was sort of matter of fact, it was a big deal, but their reaction was a bit anti-climactic. Obey basically broke out a bottle of Chianti and all signed the basket at the bottle of Chianti was in and that was pretty much it. The physicists I talked to said that the lead scientists on the reactor Enrico Fermi was so sure he had done endless calculations. He carried his slide rule around with him for those who don't know what a slide rule is. That was your pre computer calculator in the days and he cared around with him. He did endless calculations to make sure he knew what was going to. Happen with this nuclear reactor, and so it went exactly as planned and in essence while it was an enormous event, it changed our lives, it changed science and international relations forever, the scientists there just pretty much congratulated each other and broke out a bottle were the scientists concerned about the the use of this technology going forward mean the time they were working on this had they had some idea in their mind that they could be unleashing something that they will never be able to put back in the bottle so to speak. The folks I talked to said that the scientists of course are smart people. These were literally some of the greatest brains of the twentieth century scientists at the top of their field. They knew the potential of the science that they were working on and. They. Did they know immediately that they were working on a bomb. It's kind of unclear. They certainly became aware of it as their work went on during the Manhattan. Project. And after. It became clear that there would be a bomb developed from their work. Some of them became very concerned about that some of the Chicago scientists especially, and they developed the bulletin of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago to work on trying to control the use and thoughts and opinions about this new power they had unleashed after the Matlab in Chicago achieved its goals of creating plutonium and creating the first self sustaining nuclear reactor, both of which were essential for developing atomic bombs for the war purpose. Some of the scientists continued work on the possibilities of this new nuclear power, specifically some of the peaceful purposes of it, and they continued that work at Argonne National Laboratory in Lamont, which still exists and still works today. We talked about the concerns that something could go wrong possibly may be dangerous to people around it at the same time there is also concerns that the Germans especially would find out that this work was being done there in Chicago, could become a target during the war that that is something that was drilled into people as well. Yes. In fact. Some of the Chicago scientists working on the Manhattan project were. Refugees from Fascist Europe. And I spoke to a physicist who wrote a book related to the Manhattan Project and he talks about how they had feared that the Nazis would bomb Chicago specifically because of the work in because of the refugees there here's physicist Tinley. Word. They quite rightly that the Nazis basically wanted to kill. Interesting little note in the are gone archives. Many years ago said, ineffective course determines Germans must know where here. So win, they haven't time Thomas Bomb. The first one they'll drop will the Chicago that was the risk they foresaw. To Chicago area that the term of drop dropping a comic bomb So we knew that people high up in the military. I'm guessing would have known about all of this work and in the President Administration maybe would have known about what was happening here did everybody at the University of Chicago even the administration there know what was taking place the Manhattan project was extremely secret. All secret I've read in one place that even Truman didn't know about it which I have a hard time believing that Congress didn't know about it again, I haven't verified. In the big question even today is did the University of Chicago President Robert Hutchins know what was going on in his own backyard almost literally beneath his football stadium. And it sounds like there's a lot of disagreement about that. Now I have since read the Robert Maynard hutchins a memoir by Milton mayor and he says, he absolutely knew about it but was very was under instructions that when he told his deans trustees number one, he could not even mention the word uranium. And that. When they asked him if there was any danger to the University of city, he said unlikely but he couldn't he couldn't rule it out now Here's what a physicist at the University of Chicago current physicist whom I interviewed said about whether or not he thinks the president new. It was only three blocks from his house two bucks from his house. Historians can debate it but I'm sure he knew about he just couldn't officially know about it because you can't they. You can't. Ask Him I make Ya nuclear chain reaction on your campus in the middle of the city answer. That physicist is Dr. Henry. Frisch and historians very interesting because he is literally a Los Alamos. His parents worked on the Los Alamos Project, and that's where he was born today. There is monument that's at that site that recognizes that work talk about that, and is it something that people on the campus a lot of attention to or remember that this took place there is this just something of the past that people have mostly forgotten. That's a great question. Yes. There was a sculpture placed atop the site where the nuclear reactor was. It's right next to this beautiful new. Library they have and the sculpture is very abstract. Looks like a nuclear mushroom cloud. Some people says, it looks like the human brain I think that was intentional on the sculptors part and when I interview Dr Henry Frisch again a physicist currently at the University of Chicago and literally a Los Alamos baby himself parents worked at Los Alamos he said that the universe chief Chicago has kind of split feelings about being the site of the first self sustaining nuclear reactor in the world. he says that they have celebrated the seventy fifth anniversary of that nuclear reactor going critical. But there are some people who feel very uncomfortable about it because of of course, how that power ended up being used and what has done today to your international relations and potential war. That's writer Terry Mc low in mcandrew you can read her story about the role Illinois. He played in the Manhattan project available at her website statewide show dot com. Statewide. Days going to a restaurant to eat what turns out a lot of restaurant workers have concerns as well. We'll hear from some of them that story is on the way. Last week we told you about the Reverend C t Vivian who recently died mccomb paid its final respects to the civil rights leader who grew up in the western Illinois community. He was ninety five richer has this report on the local memorial service more than one hundred people attended the outdoor service held on a hot and Muggy July afternoon Dr j. q adams was the featured speaker. He's a former professor at Western, Illinois, university and he conducted several. Lengthy interviews with Vivian, Adams recounted one of Vivians best known moments from the American Civil Rights Movement Vivian was in Selma Alabama nineteen, sixty five to push for voting rights. He was stopped on the steps of the Dallas County courthouse by Sheriff Jim Clark who punched Vivian in the face in front of reporters and protesters. We still see you struck in bloodied knocked to your knees and we still see you rise up not with contempt but with love. because. C. Says it takes radical love to overcome radical evil. Adam says he visited with Vivian three years ago he says right up to the end, the Reverend's passion for the civil rights struggle remained alive and well. The service took place at the site of CT Vivians Boyhood home. The ladders is now vacant though there are plans to build a center of Civic and social engagement as well as a small park at the location rich Agar reporting. The federal government has paid billions of dollars to keep the food chain running. That's included in part sending direct payments to farmers and ranchers. But as Dana Cronin reports for harvest public media, not all farmers are seeing those benefits. When you walk into Cindy Ashes Barn one of the first things you notice. Besides the sheep is a huge burlap sack practically bursting at. With mole look at that big bag, right there were sitting out about six hundred, thousand wall from they were sure last and it's been sitting here since they were shared in March, Ashley Runs Jubilee Farms in Clinton, Illinois where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for wool to be turned into yarn. But not many people are buying premium yarn in this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened but there's really no point in US panels dollars a process will that we can move right now. So which is part of what the AP was. Hoping to help with CF AP that stands for Corona Virus Food Assistance Program and is run by the US Department. Of Agriculture it's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and ranchers but it hasn't been helpful to farmers like Cindy Ash. It doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers It seems like the program was really designed for Horny. And soybean or large livestock producers, and we are we don't do any of that in addition to wolf ash usually sells produce at the local farmers market, which was closed this year due to the krona virus. So she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application, which requires you to list each crop. You grow an estimated loss. If you're listening every crop that you weren't able to sell it a farmer's market the sheer. Literally depends how big your farmers and how much you're growing but you could have hundreds of crops here to list the USDA recently added to their list of eligible crops. But some of the items ash cells still don't qualify including things like eggs, and for those that do qualify Usda pays wholesale commodity prices usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars. USDA would only compensate her about two hundred. Armand is the Federal Policy, director, for the National Young Farmers Coalition she represents a lot of specialty crop growers, the details of how it's laid out, make it hard for them to see. An amount of funding coming out of the program that really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to put in to calculate all of those things and have all the paperwork to back it up in twenty eighteen specialty crops accounted for about a quarter of all US crop proceeds. But as of late July specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. USDA's Farm Service Agency Administrator Richard Ford ice says, it's a matter of timing that is he says the. Program is based on losses incurred between January and April. That was not really a time when when we saw you know every state would have had would've had specialty crop production happening at that time. So I, think that's I. think that's one reason why we're seeing a little smaller percentage recently lawmaker sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program by basing it on total losses rather than on individual crops. But four says that would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on a farm. Cindy ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the USDA I would say that not just this year but overall, they need to pay much more attention to diverse farmers, produce farmers, people that are doing something other than traditional. Egg Corn Beans, enlarge livestock. She says, it's more than likely. She'll take a loss this year a year. She'd hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm Dana Cronin harvest public media. The a statewide governor Jay pritzker is restore. Illinois plan highlighted contact tracing as a key part of the state's fight against the novel Corona Virus Peter Ought to a newly trained contact tracer about what goes into the job Reynolds FA was one of the millions of Americans, laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic he needed work, but he's also at high risk I'm sixty one years old actually a renal transplant recipient. So My Suppressed Immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question. But then he stumbled onto an article about Illinois community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracer from home interesting because I'm a people person. So I'm going to be able to talk to people but I'm also know be able to help people which I think is a good thing governor Jay Pritzker seems to agree with that last part he's called contact tracing quote arguably, our most sustainable tool contain corona virus defame enrolled in a four week course at college into page in due to. Student demand, the college even had opened up extra sessions he's just finishing. So he's in the process of looking for employment, which he says will be the easy part since the job is in such high demand some local health departments like in Cook County are offering position starting at twenty dollars an hour jeff as says, he seemed jobs offering between thirty, five, thousand and fifty, thousand a year. I'm not going to buy my second yacht working this job but little put food on the table keeping with the head. So I'm pretty happy with the work of a contact tracer has been. Likened to a detective or a game of clue. But Jay says, he sees it much differently. Typically, you're going to call someone up they recently tested positive and or the been in contact with some tested positive and it could be you know Kinda scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private I. You then calculate their date of infection as the standard is two days prior to the first first symptoms appearing he says depending on the symptoms they'll know if they have to self isolate or medical attention and the contact tracers job is not only to ask. People about where they've been and who have seen they also need direct them to any medical help or social services. They might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating around the Internet. If the person needs quarantine on are on their own tracers can also help coordinate food for them or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk a contact tracer may follow up with a person, every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hesitant to talk at all. To develop some sort of a relationship with this individual because the other part of it is they need to give you truthful Information Illinois Public Health Director, in Gaza is a acknowledged that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups. As he says, the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable talking with health officials contact tracing has been pushed into many people's Mokaba lately, but it isn't new public health workers. have been doing it for decades to combat infections like to las and sexually transmitted diseases, but it's just not normally done on this massive scale right now Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand, a viable employment opportunity or years, and then after. I, possibly hoped for years we've kind of the Kobe thing or there's always going to be needs or contact racers just not quite in the volumes that we need. and. Workers have been thinking a lot about stores hundred rally on tips contacts gas. Threatening health. McCall with member station wbz in Chicago has this report one restaurant worker says every time a customer walks through the door. She feels a flash of anger. No matter who they are or what they're ordering every person who comes into the restaurant I see them as a potential threat she doesn't want to be identified. So WBZ had an actor rerecord what she said she says she used to love the job that now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to. Wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings. I really think people who go out to the restaurants. Now are the people who don't care about everyone's safety. Some service industry workers say they're facing an impossible choice they're being ordered to work inside were they fear for their health, but they could get fired if they say, no, because their bosses have asked them to come back, they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining. Survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers this economy need the money but are we putting servers health at risk while other states have attributed covid nineteen searches to bars doctors like Benjamin singer Western University say it's unclear how safe restaurants are there's so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant what's the setup of the restaurant? What's the airflow situation like? And so all these things create a very muddy picture as to the actual risks. A recent Japanese study found your twenty times more likely to catch the virus indoors than outdoors. A Chinese case study showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning and one restaurant data isn't great for tracking weather restaurant workers are getting covid nineteen more than anyone else for governor. Jay Pritzker says, if cases go up much more. Dining and bars could be the first go. Lori lightfoot just tightened the city's restrictions on bars. They can no longer serve alcohol indoors without a food license. One Chef doesn't think that's enough and actors replacing has voice to I'm not a business owner. I'M NOT GONNA pretend to know you know what that feels like but I am human and I do know from being on the employee side of it it felt as though the business the money. The. Bottom line was far more of the priority says he was forced out of his job at a high class restaurant over discomfort about working in a pack space many service workers who spoke to Wbz said they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from Chicago. Restaurant workers found nine out of ten workers do not feel safe under the current rules and regulations. And, the city only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles, Glenn False from agrees with workers so much so that he let us restaurant close he ran false trumps fresh fish market in Lakeview for nearly seven years for refused to put employees at risk and set. So on social media when he closed, you know I, I'm not that kind of person where my businesses. is paramount over everybody. Else's concern. You know I'm not going to go home at night, put my head on the pillow I made. two, hundred, fifty dollars profit today but susie went down sick. He says undercurrent conditions at restaurants can't survive much longer anyway Michael Roper at Hopley tavern in Andersonville says he can make it through summer but worries about fall I usually look forward to fall I like fall color I like the coming holiday season but this year I am in dread of number that's when has to start paying back his government PP loan and it'll be too cold deceit people outdoors Hopley is making. About twenty percent of pre pandemic sales with indoor dining taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says, Roper says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month, he'd mothball hop leave until the pandemic was over he says businesses like his will die in less the government stops loan and mortgage payments in some other nations this has worked, but we don't have you know we don't have an FDR in Washington right now we have a donald trump our country is not going to be. The same if we lot all these places go. McCall wbz. News. 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As the Supreme Court could set to hear another challenge to the affordable care act next month experts say take away that federal health insurance plan especially during a pandemic will be hurt full we get some perspective from West Virginia the State's Attorney General Patrick Morrissey is part of the lawsuit that aims to repeal the law which provides health insurance to more than half a million folks in the Mountain State Rick Wilson With the American Friends Service Committee says striking down the law would be a major hardship for the state's aging low income population. It could also make it substance abuse crisis even worse people though West Virginia's kind of Ground Zero for the OPIOID epidemic and the ACA opened up the path to treatment for many many people and there's hard science research that shows that states that have expanded Medicaid of drop in overdose. 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It's Dorf on sports check my social media it's door sports on facebook hits the real door on sports on instagram but man, oh, man, what a week in the NFL like always just special special stuff happening on the football field we have. A rookie getting his first victory in the NFL Joe Borough and thank God. He had the Jaguars on the docket forum because not that great of a team to be honest with you. So Kudos, to the bengals Joe Mixing. Had A great day helping out a young Joe, borough in getting at first victory browns and cowboys maybe the exciting most interesting game of the day as far as fireworks and a lot of scoring and things along those lines saints in Lyons interesting game in the first half. Pretty Boring game in the second half to be honest with you seahawks. Wow Man this Russell Wilson guy just once again, just really special really spectacular would've performance from him, Tom Brady and the young guy and Herbert going at it with the chargers that that was interesting for a really really long time. Good football game there for sure. Ravens. Hate to be the Washington team after they come off a loss cardinals, go to Carolina man what happened there debacle? Having recovered maybe from the debacle when they lost fifty nine to three nobody forgets that stuff trust me man so allowed to dive into a lot to dissect as far as the NFL goes believe me man I I love this stuff week four in the bookstore fan here to talk to you about it on the NFL rewind sports overnight America I'll be back everybody keep it close. And, now, today's rusting tip of the day presented by free all deep penetrating oil. 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Love what I'm seeing obviously struggled against the chiefs expected but you know what? Sometimes that early loss really can help you kind of figure things out and maybe just maybe it will have the ravens on their way and i. just kind of a fish my tangent a little bit obviously welcome back in everybody and get at me a couple different ways one, eight, hundred, Eighty, eight, seven, five, two, nine. You can hit me up on twitter. It's door sports there. Talk to me follow me Let's talk about week four in the NFL man. All right. So here's the deal Vikings Texans they both needed a win only one of them could come away with it, and if you don't get the win and a tie really doesn't do much good vikings did come away with it. I was surprised. Because I thought the D- what would make a few more plays but I'm telling you what man? I am seeing the lack of a couple of things from both of these teams and more. So for the Texans. To? Shaw. Watson is missing. Diop it's bad. It's big time and when you don't have that dude on the field for you. It makes things difficult and the reason I'm bringing this up is because on the other side. Feeling at a good game but. It was easier for feeling good game when Steph on digs was there making plays for? Kirk cousins in the Minnesota. Vikings. Instead, he's in buffalo making plays. They're now which by the way holy cow what? What about this kid Josh Allen Man, the maturity that this guy has shown. Ridiculous remarkable whatever you WanNa call it and twelve twelve touchdowns one interception on the season. That's maturity man that that's this guy taking a step. That's this guy moving in the right direction. And then the eagles they they get off the Schneiderman they finally get that victory or I don't WanNa run through the scores. By the way we'll start with the eagles this Sunday night or Eagles do win twenty five to twenty over the forty niners who had to go to like six different quarterbacks woo hopefully, we'll have time to dive into that but Nick mullins wasn't cutting Ed. Go. To the backup to the backup to the backup Nichols is now the guy on the outside looking in crazy stuff happening in San Francisco, and you think about but there are two and two. Okay. So with with everything that's said and done there two extra playoff spot don't need a panic quite frankly all right bills get the victory thirty, two, twenty, three over the raiders colts get the victory of the bears who are now off that undefeated line so. All you people that thought big nick foles was going to be the difference. Maybe it was fool's gold that you were thinking right there. Fool's gold is what it was. Man fulls was not gold. It was fools go. All that are talking about as in full gold man. So you hopefully I confused you because I confuse the heck out of me because I don't know why people thought that he would come to be the savior. Look. What he did in Philly it was nothing short of miraculous. Okay Doesn't mean that magic is going to happen everywhere Ram. Seventeen. Nine over the giants for the most that that might have been the most boring game the day, and here's the truth I watched every single game bits and pieces of every single game. So I I was definitely in tune with week four in the NFL Vikings Texans somebody had to get a victory. We talked about it. Vikings do come away with it. Thirty one, twenty, three I do fear for the Texans life as far as playoffs go because. AFC is going to be tough going to be really tough panthers thirty one twenty-one over the cardinals Cardoza little disappointing man you know I mean had that wakeup call against the lions and then don't show again maybe a little cause for concern maybe people were. Pressing a little too hard and drinking that Kool aid too much to be honest with you. That team from Washington goes down thirty one to seventeen to Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens buccaneers Thirty, eight, thirty, one over the charge maybe the most exciting game of the day buccaneers and chargers to be honest with you really good stuff from Tom Brady Man Whoever thought this guy was over the hill and Jon with your insane okay. Dude goes for three, sixty, nine, five touchdowns slings at forty six times. Yeah. I I. Think it's Okay and they're they're starting to find their way in Tampa Bay and I. I know they gave up a lot of points. Okay. That's that's the down part of this Tom Brady starring look pretty sharp though okay seahawks thirty, one, twenty, three over the dolphins and the Dolphins Pesky I'm going to be honest with you man the dolphins played extremely hard against the seahawks but that man that bad man another Batman. 'cause that's really Aaron Rodgers we all know that but Russell Wilson's pretty bad. ASS TO I'll be honest with you man this guy having a phenomenal season so far and I thought this guy had the chance to be the MVP, set it on my local radio show in Phoenix Arizona that he would be the MVP of the NFL. So feeling pretty good right now about my selection sixteen TD's through four games of the NFL season for Russell Wilson Saints Thirty Five Twenty Nine that was it that was a relatively exciting game in the first half and then the second have really really slowed down a lot of three dollars a lot of ugly football but. Somewhat. To be. Expected. When you're talking about the lions browsing cowboys, maybe the most exciting game with the day in the sense of a lot of points being thrown up a lot of great plays being made in that Game Odell Beckham and Landry Hooked Yaupon on a beautiful play Landry tosses it's a Odell Beckham. Just just. Very very athletic stuff that you're seeing creative stuff at that and again, more of my theme that I'm seeing play out with the browns less of. One Baker Mayfield better for the Cleveland Browns who also have an exceptional running game Chubb a little banged up and no problem there. Kareem Hunt has the back pretty well, Bengals thirty, three, twenty, five, the youngster Joe Borough getting his first victory as an NFL quarterback and you know what? That's cool. Stuff man I'm I'm excited about that. I can I? Can I think it's okay I. I like Joe Borough I fear for his life because there's sometimes when that offensive line does a really terrible job of protecting him but. He does look the part I gotta give it to him got to give it to him. Looks like an NFL quarterback. One, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine. If you want to chairman talk we for NFL. Right here with me on the NFL rewind. And the world famous sports overnight America. Check out the door filed sports on twitter. That's my handle Dorf on sports. Check it. Out Follow me. Let's talk about what's happening in the NFL. Big Performances. Throughout the NFL. Lots of good performances. Dak Prescott I mean say what you want about. Him and the Dallas Cowboys and I don't Dak Prescott not the problem. Here's the problem in. Dak Prescott is is doing everything in his. It is will in his heart. To get that team victories. Fat Mike McCarthy, man? Continuously putting him in bad positions continuously that defense not showing up forty nine points. Are you kidding me? and. I'm being an honest man when I say less of Baker Mayfield is better. It. It's so true. Again. One of his better performances couple touchdowns, no interceptions from Baker. Nine, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty. One hundred sixty five yards nothing dazzling about that. Three hundred seven yards though. On the ground. That that's what I'm talking about. The Cleveland Browns have the best running game in the National Football League. And it's not even close. I think you absolutely milk that and work that. As long as you possibly can man. The less that you have to put on Baker. Mayfield. In my humble opinion. The better off you'RE GOING TO BE CLEVELAND. Browns. All right I hear the music I know it's going I'll take that break. We'll come back. We'll continue breaking down week four of the NFL right here on the NFL rewind. Mandy Dorf it sports overnight America. This is sports overnight America. Attention, homeowners, do you have a house in need of serious repairs? Do you have tennis that never seemed to make their monthly payments? How about code violations past due taxes or maintenance cost? You just can't afford and call my friends right now quick cash offer they specialize in buying any home no matter how ugly the situation turn that problem property into cash right now, it's just that simple one call and you can get. 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It's first and goal at the Kansas City seven for the ranch couple tight ends under center gets the snap picks the off rocks back looks right arching spiral pass in the corner of the end zone touchdown over the shoulder too heavy catch him aback corner the end zone by Robert once now, more of the re one right here on sports overnight America. Welcome back. People it is the world famous NFL rewind right here. On sports overnight America with me. anti-tory get at me. On twitter, you can do it. It's called door sports there or hit me up one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine, and let's chat about what happened in week four of the N. f. l.. Couple of teams didn't play. One will be making it up as we both making. You know we all know that but interesting how they'll do that if it doesn't work out. With by weeks and also interesting how they'll do that. If you do go out more than one time and you don't have another by week to play with. 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