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1.29 The New England Round-Up

The Political History of the United States

24:14 min | 10 months ago

1.29 The New England Round-Up

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States episode. One Point Twenty nine the New England roundup. Well here we are guys. Fifteen episodes was on New England and today we are going to finally wrap this up now. Of course we aren't really going to be leaving New England for all that long throughout the colonial period of the United States. New England is going to remain in epicenter of events. However for the sake of this season I needed to find a place to draw the line in the sand and this seems like as good a time as any be four we move on for today? I WANNA give a brief idea of where the podcast is going for the rest of this season after today. Okay we only have got one more episode in the main narrative next time we are going to jump in and look at the introduction of slavery into the colonies after that we are going to be ready to get into the review episodes. Now here's the good news. I'm a little bit further ahead on research and other things than I thought I would be at this point so we are not going to be looking at a long break in between the seasons like I hit originally thought at this point my plan is to take one week off sometime around Christmas and battle be about. How did we will have a two part review episode where we go back and look at all of the different things and try to draw some strings together and then we will jump right in to the second season so at at this point I anticipate that we are only going to have a one week break sometime around the holidays other than that the podcast will just keep moving to begin for today? I want to start by discussing Cassini events in England and how they are over in New England way back in episode one point thirteen. We had talked about the fact that when the English civil wars came Virginia had remained and a holdout for as long as possible against parliament and specifically against Oliver Cromwell. This along with re electing William Berkeley as their governor set. Virginia up very very nicely for when the restoration rose around in the sixteen sixties events. Were very different. However in New England Oliver Cromwell was appeared in? And let's not forget why all of the puritans left England in the first place there was widespread persecution of the puritans throughout the sixteen twenties and thirties. So many of the colonial leaders became colonists in direct response to the practices of Charles the first and more specifically his henchmen William laud the policies of of Charles the I n laud were the reason for the great migration happening and while I can't find a source specifically stating this. I think it is a pretty safe bet that when laud was beheaded in January wary of sixteen forty five there was not exactly a lot of colonists grieving his death even with the execution of Charles I I would imagine that celebrations were a a bit more muted than in the case with William Lod however there was very little love for Charles the first amongst the puritans in the case of Virginia. They found themselves on the wrong wrong side of the battle having remained loyal the house stewart however the effects were fairly minimal. There over in Virginia. When they're governor was forced to resign? There was little practical who affect in Virginia with New England. However the Connie had been built upon animosity towards law and the king? So this is where I tell you about the great battle between new New England in Virginia. Right after all New England Puritan and Virginia would remain aligned with the crown. Of course everybody would want desperately defend their honor right the at now. That battle never came and was never really much of a risk throughout the duration of English of wars as well as the English interregnum the a period where the nation was under the protectorate following. The fall of Charles the first and the ascension of Charles the second there was only a single skirmish in the English. Civil war fought in North America. It was in in Maryland near Annapolis and right around fifty people died. This is going to go down in sixteen fifty five on the ground. In New England itself there was no actual fighting or violence. The major tangible effect was a reduction in the population any decline in the immigration rate. As I mentioned just a moment ago the cause of the great migration was largely driven by the policies of William Laud puritans attempting to avoid his persecution decided that it was a great time to get out of dodge left their homes with around twenty five thousand finding their way to North America tap following the end of Charles the first period of personal rule and the establishment of what would become known as the long parliament aptly named because it remained in session until sixteen sixty pence was very very long. We see those who had been loyal to Charles Begin to get impeached and arrested. This includes men. Like William Laud the beginning of the Long March effectively marks at the end of the great migration to New England despite how stable things have begun to appear throughout Massachusetts and the rest of New England in all fairness things are still pretty rough rough given the choice pretty much anybody is going to want to remain in England as opposed to packing up and heading across the Atlantic as the threat of persecution diminished. The need to hop on a boat at emigrate across the Atlantic to New England was also drastically reduced on top of that. In addition to the reduction in immigration from England New England there was a portion of the population. Who believed that? This would be a good time to head back across the Atlantic the other direction and return home to England by the a sixteen forty head rolled around life in New England was at least becoming bearable however people were not starving in the colony was not overcome with illness and disease. Plus for a lot of colonist honest they had a good thing going in New England that they would lose if they decided to return back home. Well nobody. New England was preaching for anything that resembled a desire for independence from the crown. It's it's not like the crown had ever really exercise that much control over the New England colonies Charles. The I was busy throughout the sixteen. Thirty s not calling parliament and trying to raise he's funds. He didn't really have the time to worry about trivial matters. Like how the New England colonies were off effectively governing themselves. None of the puritans in New England would would have been all that upset though admittedly they were probably a bit surprised at the execution of Charles. The first they were likely thrilled to see a puritan England getting more of a foothold old but for those living in New England six forty they hit spent the last decade living in a puritan nation basically unchecked and largely unnoticed in that way there was very little pointing pointing returning to England for a period in haven when they already had one in New England. Some do go back there for to fight most chose to remain right there. In New England the period ends as devout as they were did not believe that piety and poverty went hand in hand the periods more than happy to make money and economic prosperity absolutely was a keen interest to them. So then how did the puritans go about making their money. Unlike what we saw down in Virginia there is never a point where a single staple crop appears. Tobacco is a crop that is going to completely define the southern United States and along with cotton are going to become the stables of that region tobacco and Conard are going to play significant roles in the history of the southern United States and ultimately the United States at large however the situation in New England is different. The primary Mary way that wealth found its way into new. England was from communist coming over from England in other words New England depended on the fact that the new communist coming over from England. Good brought with them. Wealth that transfer of wealth from England into the colony was initially self sustaining especially during the sixteen thirty s during the great migration. It for obvious reasons over this is an inherently unstable system if that steady flood of new colonists were to say dry up it is going to completely stall the economy to me as we now know by the time sixteen forty one arrives. The great migration was over that steady stream of communist dried up this form. Some of gathering wealth is obviously never going to be sustainable. And this wouldn't have been a surprise to anybody with the end of the great migration and immediate need to diversify. The economy of new league became a paramount concern. This as economic depression began to settle it at the end of the great migration. What initially emerged? Was He fishing. Trade the ocean right off. The coast of New England was already a popular spot for fishing. However the English Civil Wars had been a boon to the new englanders English fishing boats could not easily easily get off the English coast to fish with the ongoing civil wars? This gave the new Englanders a competitive advantage. The Communists would ship the high quality product to Spain vein in other parts of Europe. Well the low quality catch went south to the West indies to feed the growing slave population. Something that we will talk more about next time for or the PURITANS and economy based on fishing was great because hey we all like economic prosperity the problem however is that the puritans and the fishermen didn't really get along long. This is going to be a shocking revelation sailors especially those coming to North America to make money in the sixteen. Forty s didn't exactly have a reputation of high. Hi moral fiber guys like to drink swear and do all of the other unsavory things that sailors do. The periods were aghast at the behavior. And we're always careful not to let this unwelcomed profitable group disrupt their carefully curated colony to keep fishing from for me the one and only cash crop in New England and having that culture completely take over it was necessary for the puritans to further diversify the economy what emerges here is something that would become a staple of the New England way of life the family farm instead of the huge plantation system that we see emerging in the south new Englanders instead focused on smaller farms which brought dual benefits. I A small farm was great for personal sustenance. You could grow your own food which you could then eat yourself. The other benefit is that the remainder remainder of that food that you grew south that you personally did not need to eat was a great source of income. Well a small surplus food might not have been enough for any single person to get rich. When taken in the aggregate New England was producing large amounts of surplus that could then be sold? Him Bull was again. This was often means sold to to the West indies where the growing slave population put new demands on that region to produce food the crops for sale included every report beef barley and dairy products as well as things like timber tar and plant board by selling surplus from otherwise small family farms. The puritans were able to accomplish a couple of importing goals first and most importantly to them they were able to turn a nice profit which everybody was happy about second they were able to keep fishing and more importantly fishermen from taking over the economy and inevitably Indian their way of life. The small individual farm is going to become an important part of the fabric of New England life and is going to remain a characterizing feature of it moving on into the future this form of an economy is also going to lead to other developments that are going to end up being important in the long term. The large plantations in Virginia required huge amounts of labor. Tobacco is a labor intensive crop and required a large amount of manpower. The best way to you. Get that manpower. In the sixteen forty's was through slavery. In New England. Smaller personal farms were far less labor dependent. Most of the food was grown by the individual family with just surplus being sold back. These are not the massive farming operations and the need for slave. Labor was far less than New England than in Virginia. This isn't to say that slavery doesn't exist in New England because it does however it doesn't exist to the same extent that it will develop in Virginia nor is that as critical part of the economy the Economic Structure Virginia depended on slavery and in New England that just doesn't ring true now in all fairness the New England economy still was depended on slavery though in a different way well slave labor was not a huge facet of the New England economy. The West indies was a huge huge buyer of the surplus being created by the small farms as well as the be great fish supply where the primary consumer of the goods was the growing slave population. Shen if the West indie system collapsed the New England economy was going down with it over the remainder of the seventeenth century. We are going to see the economy of new linguine. Become more diverse as manufacturing is going to become a key component of that economy. Well this is not going to be part of our story for today. A continues with the general general trend that there was never any one single cash crop in New England but rather numerous things that will come into play having so much diversity. In the market meant that the new England colonies were more insulated from economic downturns and that ultimately they would not have the absolute reliance on a small number of things like we're going to see in Virginia Jinya as with the economy. We see that defense is something that is ultimately going to become a regional in nature as opposed to strictly limited to any single colony. The the defense of the colony would really become paramount importance following the quote war as for the first time the threat of local Indian tribes really hit home. Dangers of the date of crabs was not a secret before that of course everybody was acutely aware of the sixteen twenty two massacre in Jamestown and it is something that was always on on the mind of the colonists however as we've discussed before in New England there wasn't really a powered and or an open Shinkin out. There have been some early skirmishes impressions that we he talked about previously but there was never anything on par with what we saw in Jamestown. Even the events that led to the quote war look dubious at best as the coloniser New England appeared to be looking for a fight despite in overwhelming. If not troubling victory in the war new Englanders realized the importance of having something in place to defend the security of the colonies what emerges from this is the New England confederation. The New England Confederation was formed in sixteen forty three and was made up of Massachusetts Plymouth. Limited new haven and Connecticut as we discussed last week Rhode Island was not invited to the party. The New England Confederation does a couple things but before we go into those things I want to get out there and dispel any thought that there was any kind of centralized government here. So don't start thinking of this as a confederation of states or anything like that. It just wasn't the New England. Confederation was at best a week alliance in function. All it really did was provide a handful of solutions for inter colonial law relations and dispute resolutions as they came up. The confederation also did provide a framework for the colonies to have a the defensive alliance. Things really don't progress much further than that. However the New England Confederation will become important during the first anglo-dutch war in the sixteen fifties? He's despite Massachusetts declining to participate. And that it will become a very major part of King Philip's war which we are going to discuss in much much more depth next season for now I simply wanted to introduce that. There was a basic plan for the mutual defense of the colonies. And let you know that this was a thing next next season we will get to see how if functions in reality we have spent the last fifteen episodes in New England and now before we move on. I'd like to take the rest of today to look at some of the overarching themes and differences between Massachusetts and the other colony. We talked in depth about Virginia. The differences between the two colonies knees is immediately apparent by looking at the reasoning behind their establishment. Jamestown was founded. Because people wanted to make money there was flowery language to make make themselves feel better that they were going over to introduce the native populations to Christianity however the truth will always be the primary motivator was financial. Everybody knew that the Spanish were making a killing down. What would become Mexico? Those coming to Jamestown were looking for their fortune. The founding of new kingland could not be any different instead of a colony founded on the sole idea of making money. New England became a refuge. For those being religiously persecuted in England I I the pilgrims who had found themselves on the wrong side of the crown and later the much larger persecution of puritans in England leading to the great migration as those heading to New England were. We're trying to escape from the religious tension at home. Their goal was to form a more perfect place to practice their faith in the words of John Winthrop they wanted to create a city city on the hill. They wanted a place that all the other puritans could look at and be amazed at their purity. This however was always going going to be a totally impossible goal and is something that was doomed to fail before it even got started. Part of the problem is that there was just never one kind of puritan new New England we have beaten the separatists versus internal reform. Difference to death at this point. And I don't plan on rehashing it all again here. However this is just one of the many differences that existed amongst the different groups Massachusetts is the center of the New England Universe and would remain noticeably intolerant throughout the sixteenth thirties ladies and forties? This is something that would lead to further fracturing of the colony by the time we rolling to the sixty and forties we have gone from two colonies Plymouth Massachusetts Bay colony and have expanded out to include Connecticut. New Haven New Hampshire Rhode Island. These differences between the groups was going to make it impossible for for New England to ever become that city on the hill that winthrop Fultz so hard to establish England. Didn't look across. The Atlantic and marvel at the Utopian appeared in land on the other side in fact the puritans back in England hardly notice what was going on across the Atlantic. They were distracted by their own concerns. which was was not running off to create some puritan haven but was rather turning England itself into that period and homeland it can be argued that the English civil war effectively typically remove the need for New England? Altogether after all persecution in England was now theoretically a thing of the past. Both William Watt and Charles himself had been removed from power and then subsequently executed. England was in the hands of parliament which was by the sixty thirties. A very puritan body Oliver Cromwell. I'm all who was well on his way to becoming the Lord protectorate a term that he used instead of the suddenly out of vote. King was himself a puritan. We have seen the intangible effects of this as well in the colonies after the sixteen forties the immigration rate from England to New England slows. Down dramatically in this way Massachusetts and New England as a whole is going to fall short of that goal becoming a city on the hill however despite not accomplishing this in New England is going to become impactful in other ways that in the sixteen forties ladies are totally lost on everybody both in New England and England itself. I didn't touch on it much at the time but one of the most critical things that I see coming out of New England at this time. Was it educated population way back in episode one point four. When we talked about religion I had spent some time talking about how for Protestants? It's it was the Bible. Not The clergy that stood at the center of the world. Are Calvinism Puritans who were certainly in agreement that the Bible should be at the very core of the religious practices recognize that it was not enough for somebody to read the Bible to them but rather than they themselves needed to be able to read the Bible what emerges is therefore is a highly literate. Society Literacy requires education which is something that would become a central part of life in New England by the sixteen forty s there there were basic requirements in place that ensured parents made sure that their children could read and write grammar. Schools would appear become part of life for children in New England. Now at at this point the concert is being able to read the Bible however in the years decades and centuries to follow that dedication to educated population is gonNA have other effects. Perfect as well knowing that such a wide portion of the population could read and write. Is it any surprise that during the seventeen sixty s it is going to be New England. That descent begins begins to form towards the crown. When political pamphlets begin to proliferate you ended up with an educated literate population to receive those pamphlets to be fair there there are a lot more reasons? Why New England is going to become the epicenter political disatisfaction and eventually rebellion during the seventeenth sixties and Seventies? We are of course going to be addressing all of those issues as they come our way however very early on we see movements any direction that make this possible specifically typically with that high literacy rate ultimately the first twenty years in New England or thirty years. If you're in Plymouth can be defined by a handful of key characteristics characteristics. Well they did not necessarily become the city on the hill they did become self sufficient in a very short period of time they develop built their own legal codes and governments and while I remain very hesitant to say that they were doing anything. Outside of what was necessary. New England was operating more or less independently of England as we have discussed. This wasn't necessarily New England making early assertions of their independence from the crown but rather it was from the fact that England and was busy preparing for and fighting civil wars. They didn't have the time to mess around with a handful of colonies. Half a world away for people like winthrop Williams Hutchinson and Bradford. This allowed them the opportunity to put themselves into leadership roles and make society in the way they deemed fit. Well there is no talk of separation and we need to be careful believing that the colonies were producing constitutions the colonies were forging their own path. Breath it is also inputted understand that this is going to sit up conditions that are going to have very long term impacts for New England and for the future feature United States at large. Well there was no talk of separation in the sixteen forty s at all. Nobody was wanting more control by England. Would they were plenty happy doing their own thing and running their own government without having to worry about interference from the home islands. The relative independence that New England is afforded adhere. The very beginning of their existence is something that they are going to not only value but they are going to come to view it as a basic right through out the next few seasons and especially next season we are going to see time and time again. What happens when England makes attempts to regain some of that control over New England and spoiler oiler alert? It generally is not going to be something that ends well. Everybody was very happy being left alone and with that I'm going to give the new Englanders. Their wish and leave them alone. We spent fifteen weeks now exploring New England and I'm finally feeling ready to sit there a story aside momentarily at least a move forward however for those of you who just love the history of New England. We are going to be back often over the next. Several seasons as New England England is going to play such a pivotal role in our story. Next time we are going to take some time and explore the introduction of slavery into the Cool Neil United States dates few things are going to affect and shape the United States more than slavery and by the time that sixteen fifty rolls around it is slowly growing in the colonies. This as always. I want to thank you all for listening. We will be back here next time to discuss the introduction of slavery for my listeners in the United States I hope you all have a wonderful things giving and for everybody else no matter where you are. I hope you have a wonderful two weeks

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2.15 The Campaign of 1675

The Political History of the United States

31:57 min | Last month

2.15 The Campaign of 1675

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States. Episode two Point Fifteen, the campaign of sixteen, Seventy Five. Last time, we spent our time discussing the opera King Philip's war. We detail the causes in the slow march to war was the work kicked off. We talked about the English decision making process and looked at how the entire event quickly began to snowball into a full-size conflict. This week, we are going to pick up basically where we left off. You told you all way back in the very first episode of this podcast that might interest never really was in military history and this would it be a podcast where we discussed troop formations at nausea? However, it obviously is important to discuss key battles major conflicts so that we can understand the political decisions as they are made. Therefore, what I plan to do is split up this over the next two episodes. Today, we are going to cover the major battles of sixteen, Seventy Five, and then next time we're willing to move through the campaign of Sixteen, Seventy six. After that, we will have a few episodes on the peace agreement, the ultimate legacy of King Philip's war. Last time when we left off, we had seen little more than small engagements between the English and the Indians. The attack on Swansea the English struggle to contain the situation and for the English at this point containment is their number one priority. The. Colonists were still holding out hope for a peaceful outcome and to eight and achieving that outcome they were sending out diplomatic missions with the goal of keeping the other tribes out of the war. Unfortunately for the English instead of dealing with the tribes in a diplomatic manner, they walked into the party making threats and alienated everybody. Furthermore rather than pushing any advantages that they might have had we are going to see time and time again how the English back off from the advantageous position instead of pressing that vary advantage. We, of course, saw this trend began last week and it explains how Philip was able to get himself out of the clutches of the colonists in July of sixteen seventy five as we discussed, it wasn't as though Philip was that popular of a guy either the woman Noah tribe were not on the best terms with the other New England tribes and many of them would have been more than casing. Philip get run over. However Philip had one really advantage here as much as the other tries were not in love with him. They had also become concerned with unchecked English expansion for a lot of trump's therefore when they had to choose who they were going to fight for. It was often with reluctance that they sided with Philip. By and large that first month of hostilities had gone distinctively in favor of Philip. His tribes had made substantial gains and the English always seem to be several steps behind. The quick and often daring skirmishes and raids by the Indians insured that they were in control of the war whereas the colonists were just trying to get their pudding. Even into August sixteen, seventy, five officials were still working hard securing alliances a task that was not going great for them. Following their trip to ensure. Narragansett. Neutrality. Attest that did produce almost completely meaningless agreement. Edward. Hutchinson was set off to attempt to into an alliance with a `NIGMA mkx people. However, this negotiation didn't get off to a great start either. Upon arrival at the village of the people, Hutchinson was dismayed to find that the village was completely abandoned. This ominous start must have at the very least come as a concerning turn of events for the colonists not wanting to take the hint. However, Hutchinson decided to send Ephraim Curtis and about Twenty Five Min out to find out where the smoking camp an attempt to establish contact curtis did accomplish the feat and found the tribe relatively quickly. The good news for Curtis is that they did not kill him outright and they did agree to a meeting on August second however curtis much like Hutchinson completely missed the pure anger vitriol coming from these tribes meaning near the Modern Day of braintree Massachusetts Linda quickly established the fact that they were not terribly interested in sitting down and having a conversation. Instead, the muck were going to vent their anger and make sure that the English stood exactly how angry and upset they were. The airing of grievances came in the style of a sudden ambush on the Englishman coming to negotiate. In what has become known as wheeler surprise named after the Captain Thomas Wheeler who had accompanied Hutchinson Curtis on the trip, the English were suddenly attacked. The Indians were organized efficient and brutal. Quickly Aid Englishman. By dead. Hutchinson and wheeler were able to escape with a now largely disorganized army. Both wounded in the attack Hutchinson Wheeler fell back to Brookefield where they attempted to wait out the storm. The Indians continued their attack it over the course of the next two days torched much of the village and held the English down until reinforcements could arrive to break the siege. Wheeler's surprise will become an important point in the overall war against Philip. For the English, they once again had made some astoundingly baffling decisions in their execution of the war. Between. The abandoned village that Hutchinson came upon and the open hostilities displayed courts, Curtis. They decided that it was all still good and just went ahead with immediate. They ignore the clear warning signs that the situation presented. Looking at the event, with hindsight we surprise is not that surprising because little guested ambush might becoming. Rather, the surprise lies at the fact that the colonists somehow walked themselves willingly into a bloodbath ignorant all the potential warning signs along the way. For Captain Hutchinson personally this marks the end of his time in our story. Eight few weeks after the Hutchinson would die from his wounds. Much as his mother had some thirty plus years before during swore at Jeanson and now been killed in an Indian attack. For Philip the attack was a huge success beyond the obvious victory over his enemy wheeler surprised did a lot to help get the other tribes off the Fez and join his cause. Instead the attack proof that the Indians could fight the English truth and win Major. Victories. Bill would be quick to act upon his victory in two weeks. Later would lead another attack in Lancaster Massachusetts. Again to point his sudden ambush style mode of attack, the tribes managed to kill seven colonists and burn a few structures in Lancaster. These ambush style hit and run tactics Philip would become a staple of the war for him. Philip understood that the English had advantage manpower weaponry. If forced to fight in an actual pitch battle in an open field that was not going to go well for Philip, whereas men in that situation, the English held virtually every single advantage and logically the outcome for Philip was going to be a whole lot of death and destruction. Philip therefore was in a position where he was going to need to conduct a war that largely avoided these kinds of engagements. Philip had other advantages as well. You had a vastly superior knowledge of the land. The English despite having been in. New England for fifty years had never really fully adapted to fighting in the woods. The mid under Philip therefore always had a point where they could fall back and have the Senate advantage. Entering into the woods for the English, put them in danger of being ambushed a position that they obviously wanted to avoid. With his knowledge of the land and knowing that he had little hope in large-scale engagements, the strategy for Philip was quick hit and run tactics. The unions would strike at town kill a few English burn a couple of farms and generally terrorized the people for a few days. When the English reinforcements would appear ready to engage the Indian threat. The natives simply slipped back into the woods and out of grasp of colonists as a result of this, what we see emerged during much of the war are attacks just like what we saw in Lancaster. Was a quick attack that left a handful of English dead a few structures burnt and not much more. As these hit and run attacks continued throughout the summer of sixteen seventy five, we come to one of the stranger stories of the entire war and indeed one of these strangers stories in the entire history of the United States. Among the ambush style attacks going on that summer was when that may have hit the town. Of Hadley. Massachusetts on September first sixteen seventy five. Out of Hadley was really will defend it and therefore became something of a base of command in the region. Now a moment ago you may have noticed that I said that there may have been Batak on Hadley on September First Sixteen, Seventy Five. This was not a mistake on my part and to this very day there is debate about whether or not there actually was an attack on the town on that day we know that the town would be attacked in June of Sixteen, Seventy six. However, there is far more debate about the attack in sixteen, Seventy Five. All of this is going to lead to what has become known as Headley's legend. Okay. So what is the legend? The entire story revolves around William Gough Golf had a long and distinguished career back in England where he fought on the part of parliament the English Civil Wars Gov. also, a successful politician was very evolved than indeed a driving force to bring Charles the first justice. Goff was one of fifty nine people that personally signed the death warrant that would see Charles the first beheaded. Now. As you can guess, when the restoration came in sixteen sixty goff was not exactly going to be a popular guy amongst the new regime. So. Whereas Pearson who signed off on the death warrant of Charles the first going to go about right New England. After coming to new, England in sixteen, Sixty Golf would live in hiding for the next decade doing his best to avoid the government agents after him. Per The legend on September First Sixteen, Seventy Five. Well, the tells people were at church alarm bells begin to sound. It was then that an old man suddenly appeared a man that none of them had seen before and a man that was dressed differently from them. The old man. Took charge and lead appeared in force in Hadley personally. Led by the mysterious old man appeared in managed to repulse the Indian forces at prevail. Immediately, after this great victory, the townspeople turned to their hero this one, no matt would lead them through the battle into victory. However, just as soon as he appeared, the old man was heavily gone. The most famous telling of this story comes from increase mather. We have not yet met mather and I'm not actually going to formally introduce him just yet. Mother is going to be a major part of our story down the road as he's going to be a major player in the events to come in New England. Mother as well as his cotton would later become frequent correspondents Benjamin Franklin. However, for now, just know that increase mather was instrumental in spreading this legend. The story, the spread is that the town of Hadley had been saved by an angel sent by God and so legend of the angel of Hadley the old man be angel to save them was clearly William Gough. Over the next one, hundred and fifty years the story was retold time and time again, and each time the attack got a bit more serious than threatening and golf became that much more of a hero. Historians are still debating the attack ever actually took place in the dicky's following the attack. The popular belief amongst historians was that, yes, the attack did take place but the legend of Joel was a cover up to protect William Gough. Well. There were those who office in the colony it was not totally public knowledge. Therefore, one goth came to the defense of the colony. Those who knew his true identity were forced to invent the legend in order to protect him from discovery by the English officials. This also explains how an otherwise unknown figure can just walk out and lead an army to victory. Golf was a soldier and had seen battle before during the English civil wars. Beginning in eighteen, seventy, four in in evaluation done by the historian. John. Sheldon it exposed that the attack of September I probably did not take place at all. Sheldon focused on the stories themselves and how much of the tail is not produced from the diary of the men that were actually there specifically the diary of off. But rather through stories told by longtime families of Hadley, specifically the Leverett family. Today most though importantly, not all historians agree with the conclusions of Sheldon that the attack on September I never actually place. Rather the attack is a bit of storytelling about God's Providence on the people of Hadley. Angels in Headley, aside, by the middle part of September King Philip's were had expanded throughout the entirety of New England. Following continuing attacks throughout September the New England Confederation declared war, officially, on September ninth. The new. England confederation. If you'll recall was the confederation of New England colonies that was formed for the Common Defense Trade. The lesson that we really saw the new. England Confederation do much of anything was back during the war. Since then however minute largely been quiet. That is due in part to the unpopularity of the idea in the Massachusetts. Colony. Massachusetts was the giant of New England and was not exactly excited about having to share their power with their less powerful neighbors. However. By the Middle Part of September sixteen, Seventy Five, the war had become such a threat to the entire region that it was again necessary to form a united front. Before going on I, want to touch on a couple of roster changes to the New England. Confederation from the last time we saw them. Rhode Island is still not a member because you know the other colonies thought that they were crazy. Likewise, the new haven colony, which admittedly we haven't talked about much. But was a thing was no longer a member in sixteen, Seventy Five. The new haven colony had been one of the founding members of the New England Confederation however, in Sixteen, Sixty four, the new haven colony merged with. Connecticut. Just after the declaration of war from the new. England Confederation, the largest engagement thus far took place. Deerfield Massachusetts is located in the northern portion of the colony, some thirty, five miles north of modern springfield. The initial attack on Deerfield came on September twelve and was really nothing remarkable in terms of what we have already seen. A small band of Indians raided the town burned a few houses, stole some food and then got out of dodge before the English could respond. In this way the attack on Deerfield was nothing new if followed in line with what we have seen previously throughout the colony. deerfield was a somewhat valuable target for the Indians as the town produced a good amount of food. The decision was therefore made you just abandoned the town entirely moved to the now secure Hadley. The telescope for the evacuation felt a Thomas lathrop on September eighteenth well, rope seventy nine colonists abandoned deerfield. The wealth was uneventful initially over very was slow. Not, only were the people in the group, not exactly the fast movers, but they were also bringing along their personal belongings which meant for a long baggage train following them. If you miles into the march mouth up stop to allow everybody to rest. Now. Here is one of those interesting historical questions length rope obviously knew that there was danger nearby after all he was evacuating deerfield because it hit been attacked just the week four. It's not like he was under any belief that he was now out for a Sunday stroll. However leather. Himself seem oddly unaware or at very least unconcerned that he was walking around in hostile territory during the middle of a war. Lanta didn't bother doing the things that should have been basic in the situation. There is little evidence that he had any scouting missions trying to figure out the location of the enemy. Rather bid seems like he just didn't bother with it at all. If you're sitting there anthony. Hinchey yourself that this sounds like a bad decision by length rope. Well, yes, you would be correct. The attack came will passing along a narrow road flanked on both sides by a forest length rope. Himself presumably had just enough time to realize his mistake before he was killed. The attack by all accounts was swift and brutal, and within a short time at least fifty seven or the original seventy nine were dead. Samuel Moseley was nearby along with his troops and was able to rush over to provide relief but not before the damage was done. As a quick aside, should you ever be traveling through South Deerfield? You can go visit the monument to the Ming killed as well as see the mass graves where they were all including lathrop buried. To, this day, the small brook that runs through the town is known as bloody brook because the story was that the brook ran red with the blood following the ambush. That is how this battle would become known as the battle of bloody brook. The Battle of bloody broke was the largest such engagement in the war to that point. What we know that the English had right around eighty men not including those under Moseley the Indians appear to have had several hundred. Depending on what I read, I've seen the number jump around between six and nine hundred. Either way the English were badly. And it showed that the Indians were not afraid of the occasional pitch battle though this was still an ambush, the people on the walk were surprised as anybody the Indians did engage with Moseley for the remainder of the day. The bigger problem as well as the victory for the Indians, deerfield gave them a straight shot down to springfield. Well not a huge village by any means several hundred lived in Springfield and its location was strategically important. To this point in the war the tribe located closest to Springfield the Guam I remain neutral. However, this was a tenuous relationship nobody in the town trusted that the algorithm were actually neutral. More likely. It was one of those situations where they had already chosen their side and not the side that the English wanted and it was just better practice to remain officially neutral until the moment it wasn't. Following the ambush, a bloody brook springfields leader John Pinson. Realized that the town was likely in danger. Pension. Decided that the best move was to assemble a force head out and launch an aggressive attack on the Indian settlement thus eliminating the threat and pension did just that. On October fourth, a large group of soldiers left Springfield to join in on an offensive against the Indians up in the areas around Halley in south deerfield. However that several times now, I have mentioned that the colonists were seriously terrible at estimating this war. Well, we are about to see a pretty big example of that. If I'm guessing that I've got a few listeners out there right now who have already figured out exactly what is about to happen? With the English gone the neutral but probably not. So neutral galumph found themselves look as Springfield without anything resembling a defense. Seriously, for the other one, they would just stroll into springfield an absolutely nobody was going to be able to do anything about it. Likewise. The decidedly not neutral had actually been sheltering quite a few warriors who had been causing all the have to the north. So just to make clear John Pension has effectively gone off to fight the Indians to protect Springfield and in doing so he has left the town that he's off to defend completely defenseless. Not a great moment for Mister John Pinching. As I mentioned a moment ago. The algorithm were likely waiting for the perfect moment too loudly declare that they were not actually neutral. The moment came the day after Pinson and his men had left the town. On October Fifth, the tells people have been tipped off that an ambush might becoming. The tells people went to fortified locations. Well, the towns constable as well as a local lieutenant row to talk with the m make sure that all this talk about an ambush was just a big misunderstanding. The men never returned. Zun enough these small garrison left to protect the town was under attack. The garrison was outnumbered and did little to even slow the advancing assault. With all the townspeople now held up in a couple of fortified locations. There was absolutely nobody around to stop the algorithm from burning the town. Jump. Pension would learn the attack quickly swing a u turn and race back to Springfield. Pension did make good time returning however by this point, much of the town had been destroyed and three lay dead only a handful of the houses survived the attack. The destruction of Springfield, as well as the battle of bloody broke are part of the narrative of incompetence that really helps define King Philip's war time and time. Again, we see the colonists putting themselves into a position where they were vulnerable to attack. The English would score a victory at the battle of field on October. Twentieth Hatfield is located in between Deerfield at Springfield near Modern Day. Amherst. It was here that we Samuel Moseley running things following the attacks throughout the region over the past month. In this situation Moseley upon figuring out that attack maybe imminent spent his time fortifying the town. Despite some minor losses, the town managed successfully defended itself from the attacks giving the colonists a much needed victory. We are going to wrap up today with what was the biggest engagement of the war the great swamp fight against the NARA GANZ at. This battle is probably the most well known of the war and would lead to heavy losses on both sides. Less time we visited the Narragansett people we had just seen them agreed to remain neutral though it doesn't really appear that anybody took too much stock in that treaty. The NARRAGANSETT certainly did not seem terribly interested in the English mass for hostages. Rhode Island by this point has already become a theater in the war however despite some fighting, it was not seen the same devastation further north in Massachusetts or over in the West in. Connecticut. This was partly due to the fact that the Narragansett dominated the region and at least to this point had remained neutral in the greater war. As we discussed last time, the colonists were very quick to realize just how powerful the Narragansett were just how important it was to keep them out of the war. Unfortunately, as is the theme with King Philip's war the English. decided to secure peace with most baffling terms possible. Instead of trying to plummet the English under Edward Hutchinson came in and demanded that the Narragansett turnover hostages. Despite the fact that Hutchinson would leave with a treaty and hand it is virtually impossible to call Hutchinson's attempt et forging peace as anything but a complete failure. `nother side really appeared to think that a lasting peace had been reached rather they just kick the can down the road a bit. Otherwise the NARRAGANSETT likely had zero interesting complying with colonial, the man's and most likely the heavy headed to go. She's by Hutchinson had pushed the Narragansett towards joining fill up rather than ensure either an alliance or neutrality. Part, of the problem however is that the treaty had a clear expiration date. As part of the agreement, the NARRAGANSETT had agreed in writing to turn over any members of the woman, no ag tribe. This was not a popular provision amongst the Narragansett as it is a clear attack on the sovereignty of that tribe. However likely one goodbye for time and avoid immediate conflict the colonists the easier solution was to agree to terms and figure out what to do later. However by the end of October time had run out and the Narragansett or expected to deliver. The. Narragansett. Did make eight week attempt to say that yeah we're GONNA do a but We're busy right now. Yet. Nobody really seemed to be confused by the reality that the NARRAGANSETT. Probably had no intention of ever complying with the agreement. It likewise came as a surprise to basically nobody when the answer for the failure of the Narragansett to deliver was an army be march towards Rhode Island. One would also assume that the Narragansett were well aware of the consequences of not producing the woman, no ag and likely themselves understood that war was no imminent. Linear agains at were one of the if not the most powerful tribe and all of New England. The English therefore, we're not going to walk there unprepared because of this, we see it an entire month passed between the failure of the Narragansett to produce the hostages at the beginning of hostilities. However by the time early, December rolled around colonial forces were pouring into the area. What the colonists do not appear to have realized is they were hanging out right outside a large. Narragansett. Fort often known as candidates for after the NARRAGANSETT. which the entire battle would center around does Iowa himself would lead troops into Rhode Island. Along the way to Rhode, island winslow would lead several rates himself against bands of Narragansett S- as well as any Indian he happened to come upon the great swamp fight as it will become known is also going to become a moment when all of our favorite players from earlier come back together as I mentioned just a moment. Josiah winslow was there however Benjamin Church and Samuel Moseley are also going to take place in the battle? To this way, there is little evidence to suggest that the colonists realized that the Narragansett even had a fort near by. However that is soon going to change as one of the Indian guides. So working with the English led them directly to the fort. Fighting began on December. Fifteenth Sixteenth Seventy. Five. The opening salvo came when the NARRAGANSETT approached the English to sue for. Peace. Well negotiations were going on the Narragansett attacks him nine miles downriver killing a dozen or so colonial troops. The biggest part of the battle however would come on December nineteenth. On the morning of the nineteenth. English. Troops made their move and marched into the woods to engage. It was a cold day in the men were slowed by snow however by noon that day the English and Narragansett would meet. After some time exchanging fire, the colonists discovered to their advantage that the winter weather was actually a boon rather than he burden. As you have probably picked up from the name, the battle is too. He plays in a swamp. Normally, the swap would have provided the Narragansett an extra layer of defense as it became impassable. However by the time we reach December the swamp was frozen solid and provided an open shot at the fort. While the fort was in pretty good shape. There was still a single spot where it had not yet been completed. The English found the gap in the fort possibly with the help of their Indian guide. It was here as the English attempted to breach the fort that the most fierce and bloody fighting of King Philip's war would take place by all accounts. The fighting here was intensive brutal despite a hard day worth fighting. However, the Narragansett were always sitting at a disadvantage. Well, storming a fortified location isn't necessarily always going to be a great battle plan. In this instance, it would work for the colonists. After hours of a raging gun battle, the Narragansett ran out of gunpowder. The colonists were easily able to keep up supplies and therefore their goal was simply to outlast era Ganz it. Well exact numbers are hard to come by the defeat of the Narragansett in the great swamp fight would see at least two hundred of their mid die though I will mention that exact numbers should be taken with a grain of salt as they are all over the board here. Following the battle the English would set fire to many of the Narragansett stretchers likely destroyed their winter food supply. English losses are likewise hard to accurately ascertain. However, it typically is thought to be around seventy to one hundred dead with twice that number wounded. While the English, would say their victory in the great swamp fight as a major victory. The reality is that the biggest thing that accomplished was ensuring that the Narragansett were going to war with the communists and we're now going to be seeking vengeance while doing it. Do not confuse this for an attack like at Mystic River during the war the great swamp fight was devastating. Yes but it was not enough to knock the Narragansett out of the war. That campaigns of sixteen, seventy, five or a mess for the English. The first six months of the war was filled with incompetent leadership and baffling decisions in the field. The colonists had managed to create many of the problems that they were now fighting against. However, as we are going to see next time. Ultimately, the English are going to be an impossible force for the Indians to defeat. They closed sixteen seventy five on something of a high with their win in the great swamp fight, and they were more than happy to ride on that through the winter of sixteen, Seventy five and into the springtime campaigns of sixteen, Seventy six. Next time, we are going to come back and pick up right where we left off as we jumped into the campaigns of sixteen, Seventy six until then I hope you all have a wonderful two weeks that you're staying healthy and that you are staying safe I will see you back here next time. So we can look at the campaigns of sixteen, Seventy six and the conclusion of King. Philip's war.

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2.14 The Origins of King Philip's War

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2.14 The Origins of King Philip's War

"Hello and welcome to the political history of United States. Episode two, point fourteen. The origins of King Philip's war. Last time we focused on the relationship between New England and the crown on the eve of King, Philip's war. Well the events of last week are not going to necessarily be related to the war itself. They are going to combine with the coming war to help explain the response of the crowd to the most obstinate colony. With the death of Mesylate in sixteen sixty one, his son Medicom took his position as the primary chieftain in no ag. People. This was a role that his father had been in since we first started our story. Muscled had at times. Likely manipulated the Plymouth settlers to do his bidding, however, regardless of that the ultimate legacy is one of a forty year peace. And well neither side was terribly anxious. In seeing that lasting peace come to an end, it is impossible to ignore the fact that the entire dynamic in the region had changed. No longer is there a small group of English hanging out and trying to make a go of it? Instead, the population of New England had exploded. By the tunnel, Massa sweet died. He had witness New England grow from just around one hundred settlers to a population of over twenty five thousand. When looking at the forces at work, that would feel the coming war, this population growth is the first place to look just as we had seen in Virginia during their words of the poet confederacy along with population growth, came increasing pressure on the local resources with land, being chiefly amongst those. Competition for resources was always something of a concern, and we have seen it lead to wars between the Indians and the English before. However the piece largely remained for a couple of reasons. I drain his lifetime. Mass did much to ensure that the English were safe in their position. This was largely to his own benefit. The English have become valuable trading partners and nobody was really that excited to go to war with them. This long piece also meant that unlike in Virginia the English. Colonists were far more likely to trade things such as weapons to the Indians. We know for example the on the eve of the war. The neighboring Narragansett had built their own forge, and we're quite adept at fixing English weapons. At the same time, the English worked well with the local tribes. This trading partners great the first half of the seventeenth century, the for trade hand become valuable fashion trends back in England had valued the beaver pelts that existed throughout North American large numbers. The Indians would go and do the hard work before trading their pills to the American colonists for back to England. This system had worked well for decades, however, by the time we reach king. Philip's war demand for for was collapsing, Europe, which, as a result caused an over abundance of supply, thus depressing the overall value. This means that the Indians who had become increasingly dependent on the for trade were now struggling. Well, Mesozoic had done much to keep the other tribes off the backs of the English. The growing number of was making this increasingly difficult task moving through the sixteen sixties as discussed a moment ago, the popular surging as the population grew, there was a predictable amount of encroachment of English onto Indian lands. This brings us to our first big issue and one of the main causes of the conflict. English views of land ownership stand directly in contrast with the Indian view of land ownership. For the Indian tribes, there really wasn't something akin to landownership. Sure there was territory that was controlled by tribes, but owning the actual land well, that just wasn't a thing. The. English word quick to take advantage of this. The English never felt as though they were stealing land from the Indians because the tribes were to proven upon the land. The. English believed that land ownership meant actually using the land. This is something that even today remains a common belief. For my fellow lawyers out there they are going to know what the concept of adverse possession is. Basically in a lot of jurisdictions in the United States today you can go onto land improvement for a number of years, and if nobody ultimately makes a claim on it to get you off of their land, it will become yours. It is not quite that simple. However, it is pretty close. Now. There had been some debate about this in the colonies previously. If you'll recall from our episode on Roger Williams Williams believed in fair paper land. This is something that Williams did in fact practice, and at least to some extent it was practiced early on in the New England colonies however during the leader part of the sixteen sixty s and moving into the sixteen seventy S. New England found itself rapidly growing. There was more demand than ever on land, and this began to push the colonists into conflict with the Indians. This conflict in turn caused the settlers to take a more aggressive stance to their own interests and protection, and you see a period of rapid expansion of the local militias. By sixteen seventy five. We know that the Massachusetts Bay Company alone had seventy three companies. Those companies were made up of approximately one hundred and Twenty Min. was broken into a mixture of cavalry and foot soldiers. Quick Math therefore tells us that Massachusetts alone. Howdy, fighting force of approximately eighty seven hundred men when King Philip's war broke out. The other colonies specifically Plymouth and Connecticut also had their own forces at the time independent of Massachusetts. These forces could be pulled together through the New England Confederation which we saw form in sixteen, forty three. The confederation included. Massachusetts Connecticut new, haven and Plymouth. Road Island was not invited to play because nobody wanted anything to do with them. Among the problems heading into the sixteen sixty s is that it wasn't just massa sweet, who had died, the entire first generation was beginning to die off, and at the very least was giving way to a younger generation. William, Bradford had died back in sixteen, fifty seven. Miles standish died around sixteen fifty six. John winthrop died back in sixteen forty nine. The original class of settlers had grown old and North America and were now passing from the world. It was the second generation that was now beginning to inherit the colony, and without the relationship had been in place from the beginning. Following the death of mass, Zoe his holdings or pass on to his sons when Saga and MEDICOM. Both. Men chose to request English names from Plymouth. Wham Seta receiving the name Alexander and medicom receiving the name Philip. Alexander is not going to end up being much of a player here. He would end up dying from natural causes pretty quickly. Which means that everything consolidated under Philip. With Philip now empower. He came into a world that was rapidly changing around him. Old alliances well still important, often came into direct conflict with the pragmatic realities of the day. As the Connie spread out, they increasingly found themselves encroaching onto land that was controlled by the local tribes. For Philip, he found himself in a position where he needed to help. Ensure that his people survive even as the colonies rapidly expanded outward. This leads to a situation that would essentially be get a cold war. The I fear ran through the colony in sixteen, Sixty seven. Grin that year a rumor had started in Plymouth that Philip had allied his Noah people with the nearby narrow Ganz it. The rumor had been that Philip had entered into a secret alliance with the Dutch and the French to launch an attack against the English settlements. This fear was not without some basis, either the English had been longtime rivals with the French for trade, so a French attempt to at least check the growing English influence over trade isn't something that is out of the question. Second, we discussed earlier this season. So we know that in sixteen, Sixty four. The English had gone NC's The Netherlands from the Dutch. It is not exactly out of the question that the Dutch who were at the time involved in the second anglo-dutch war with the English might want to recapture their loss colony. Philip denied the accusations and ultimately there was no great attack on Plymouth colony at this point. Well unclear, if there ever had been discussions of some kind of an alliance with either the Dutch, the French remains a mystery. We know at a minimum plans never go far enough to lead to any actual action. The English for their part did ultimately return to a peaceful relationship with Philip. However, this return to normalcy didn't exactly relieve the concern that the English had. There had been peace between the colonists and the warnock for the past forty years. Yet despite this, there was an absolute growing sense of distrust between the groups as new tensions arose. For the next several years what existed between the colonists, any Indian tribes was a tense co-existence. Well piece remained throughout the rest of the sixties sixty s throughout the first half of the Sixteenth Seventies. There was always the underlying fear on both sides that they were living on the cusp of war. In begins rebellion. We were so easily able to identify the path to war. They defies Berkeley Berkeley. Denounce his Bacon. Men break into factions behind the two men, and they fight well obviously more complicated than that King Philip's war looks much more like a general and Rava lean then. March to war. As is so often the case drain times of war, the outbreak of the conflict may longtime enemies into allies. In fact a big part of the war was that uneasy relationship between those on each side of the conflict. On the side of Philip, it was far from clear that he was going to successfully raise people to his cause. Philip had enemies and more than a few other rival tribes would have been happy to see him ousted. Well there really wasn't anything resembling long-term infighting between the different colonies. It would be an error to imagine that there wasn't fierce competition between the groups. Plymouth Connecticut and Rhode Island all feared land grabs by the Massachusetts Bay Company. Likewise there was always a sense from the small colonies that checking the power of Massachusetts was critical as they remained the Goliath and the region. Up in Rhode Island, they trusted nobody. Nobody likes them. We have already spent extensive time on the fact that those who ended up in Rhode Island often found themselves there because they had views clashed with the bully of those in the other new. England colonies. When the United Colonies in New England were formed Rhode. Island was so much of an ally or that they simply weren't invited to join. The start of the avalanche begins in January of Sixteen, Seventy Five. That January a columnist by the name of John Sassaman came to the English colony with a warning. Sesame was an Englishman who had come to live in a Christian Indian village more. He worked on converting the local tribes to Christianity. Sesame was coming to Plymouth requesting a meeting with colonial governor Josie winslow. Upon meeting, winslow! sossamon warned the governor that the Indians were planning an attack. Sossamon specifically pointed the finger at Philip saying that he was working on gathering allies for a coming war. The problem was that by sixteen, Seventy Five. There had been years of scares at accusations. The relationship between the Indians and the English was on. The tents. However, the English had grown used to living in what amounted to a Cold War. Upon receiving this information, winslow unceremoniously told Sassaman that he was being dramatic and there was nothing to worry about. When flow then sent sussman on his way. The next time that Plymouth would hear from sussman is when his body was discovered nearly a month later. Despite a carefully organizing that was designed to make the death. Look like an accident. Basically everybody implement assume the assessment had been murdered. When looking for a suspect, it took all of two seconds to pick guy out of the lineup. Sossamon had been informing on Philip. If there was anybody who would want or need him dead. It was Philip. Of course. The woman people rejected this claim as being ludicrous, though this did little to dissuade the Plymouth colonists. In March of Sixteen, seventy, five in eyewitness came forward and personally claimed that he had seen sessoms killers three phillips advisers. Now let's unpack a couple of things here. The colony was angry because they believed an Englishman had been murdered at the hands of Philip. The colony was always going to have to respond. Winslow, however, likely wasn't itching to start a war. He was going to therefore have to balance his response and find a middle ground and spoiler. Alert guys is going to fail. This. Eyewitness provided winslow with an opportunity that he likely viewed as the best path. It would spare the colonists from having to do something dangerous like directly accusing Philip of any such thing and inviting and almost guaranteed war, likewise, the accusation against his advisors would remove pressure from winslow from within the colony to do something while at the same time sending a message to Philip not to kill the English again because there would be consequences. This is of course making the assumption that the eyewitness was being honest and what he saw and that this was not a totally contrived statement. Other way over winslow had act, and this was going to be his best path. The colony therefore moved ahead, and the three men were arrested. Now don't worry about. Their names. Just know that they were charged and they were to be brought to trial. The trial itself gives more evidence of the fact that winslow was trying desperately to Tosa middle ground, instead of the standard jury of Twelve Englishmen winslow instead had a jury of six Englishman and six likely picked Indians. This again would hopefully avoid setting off the war that winslow wanted to avoid. By having six Indians on the jury, he now had the ability to claim that the accused men received a fair trial and were judged by jury of their peers. Unsurprisingly the three men were found guilty of murder. They were sentenced to death on June, Eighth Sixteenth, seventy five and was promptly carried out. For winslow, it appeared to him that he had done what he could to find a way to keep this from boiling over into war. He didn't point the finger at Philip himself. Most of the colonists suspected he is brought up a mixture so that there could be no claims of an unfair trial. Philip however was not pleased by this outcome. Within days of the execution reports. Begin to roll in. The Philip was planning for War Against Plymouth. It is unclear whether or not the warning from Sassaman had been illegitimate thing or just more of the rumors that had been fine around for years. Mike is, it is not completely clear just why he ended up dead. It could have been for the sake of revenge. It could have been because of concerns that he knew more information and he needed to be silenced. Regardless of the reasons for his warning, however that warning at become a self fulfilling prophecy. On June Twentieth Sixteenth Seventy Five just twelve days after the executioners of the accused killers of John Sassaman. A group of Indians raided the village of Swansea. The inhabitants fleeing is the town was rated and then burnt to the ground. It is actually not known if it had been Philip himself who had ordered this attack on Swansea? However, it was this attack that officially put everybody past the point of no return. Without a doubt, the settlers knew that they were going to have to address the attack on swancy. Within forty eight hours of the attack news had reached winslow winslow wasted no time in beginning the process of raising an army to go protect swansea from further incursion. Already however several structures had burned, and most of the town's residents had fled for their lives. The initial force being sent to protect Swansea was under the command of William Bradford. Now for just a bit of clarity I don't actually see anywhere in the record where William Bradford goes by the MONIKER OF JUNIOR I will tell you that. This is indeed William Bradford Junior and that. Yes, he is the son of William. Bradford the same William Bradford that we had spent so much time with last season. This of course makes sense because I pointed out earlier today that by this point, the elder Bradford had been dead for the last eighteen years. Is also this battle that Benjamin church is going to enter into our story. Benjamin Church was born in Sixteen thirty nine in Plymouth. Church have become wealthy. Relatively speaking through his work is a land speculator. Eat was also known for having a close relationship with the natives that he met and was by all rights popular amongst the different tribes. Benjamin Church would also form a real knack for INDIANAP- at important battles. This would prove critical for his legacy. Because years after the war, he wrote. One of the most complete accounts of this war is accounts of the war are still largely relied upon today, therefore much of the information we are going to be discussing about this. War is provided to us through churches own writings. Bradford would arrive quickly reaching swansea by June twenty-fourth. However by that point, we know that any hope of a sediment was long gone. When Bradford arrived several Indians like dead. They had been shot and killed by the town's residents, but tribe that had been doing the harassing responded by killing nine of the English colonists over the next several days, small skirmishes continued to break out with the Indians who would strike quickly on the edges of the English lines. The Swansea residents had fled to nearby miles garrison where a guard and several residents were killed in an attack. Attack with the Death Count Mount He. It became very obvious everybody that this wasn't going to be some minor event. That will be put down with some kind of an agreement, but rather was the outbreak of a much more substantial conflict, the shock of the attack swansea was not something that just was contained to the colonists and Plymouth, but it quickly spread throughout all of new, England. Everybody throughout New England happened on edge for years as the quasi cold war between the WAMPOA in Plymouth had broken out. Therefore, as soon as word about the swansea attack kit, the Massachusetts Bay colony was quick to join the fight and offer their assistance to Plymouth. The early days of the war were a hectic rush on both sides. In many ways, this was not really aware that anybody was expecting. And yet almost immediately after beginning, things quickly avalanched into a full conflict that would ultimately embroiled all of New England. The immediate need however on both sides was to as quickly as possible, get control over the situation and established their battle lines. For Philip that meant Ryan is many other tribes to his side as possible to compete with the English numerical advantage. This was not necessarily as easy of a task as it sounds. Remember that there is not one native American tribe that lives in New England rather, there are many many different tribes who often don't get along together. As we discussed extensively last season, even under Mousa, so the woman tribes were never something akin to the poyton confederacy in Virginia. There was significant infighting between the tribes, and there were plenty of Indian tribes who would have been just as happy to see. Philip and his jobs run over him battle. On the other hand, a lot of those same tribes that hated Philip also recognized that the situation in new. England was quickly becoming unsustainable. The English were expanding quickly and Indian. Tribes quickly found that their lands were being encroached on at an alarming rate. The English face similar issues. I for years the English had been happily trading weapons with the Indians. Something that was going to quickly become a serious concern for them. Poor very obvious reasons. The. English were always going to be better. Armed, however, dealing with an enemy with firearms is a very concerning thing for the English. English therefore. We're going to be pressed to ensure that this conflict state is most possible. Well, Phillip was trying to convince tribes historically hostile towards him to come and fight a common English threat. They English were doing exactly the opposite. They wanted to keep the war small and contained the goal. Therefore of the English was to get Indian tribes to join their cause and come fight for them. Doing this with both Deny Philip, additional manpower and firepower well at the same time, keeping as many of those guns as possible under English control, however, recognizing the getting Indian tribes to fight for them was going to be a hard sell. The English were for the most part. Okay, accepted promise of neutrality. Well there is always concerns with neutrality net. The parties might not be as neutral as you'd like. It is still better than having tribes become openly belligerent. The first troops from the Massachusetts colony were ready to join the action by the end of Judo Sixteen. Seventy five. What would initially follow were a few minor attempts to inflict some damage on the local pokanoka tribe. On June thirtieth an army under the command of Thomas Savage swept the peninsula, looking not only for the pokanoka tribe, but their leader bill up. What he found was distressing. And what is this distressing that he did find well. He found absolutely nothing. As it turns out the up and the POKANOKA people had managed to get out sometime before. Now as just a quick note, if you are wondering what Philip is doing with the Pokanoka people instead of the woman, no ad please know that these two tracks were very very close through the marriage of Philip's brother, the Pokanoka tribe and the woman Agua amongst the closest allies with each other, so hopefully that will help. Clear up what Philip was doing with the Boca people. Let us appearance of Philip, and the POKANOKA presidency twofold problem. At the most basic level it means that Philip is now gone. In a perfect World Phillip would be trapped on the peninsula. E would be quickly captured, and the entire war will be brought to a fast end. The second problem is that Phillips absence meant that he had not only escaped, but he'd likely had a chance to get into neighbouring groups and grow forces Philip is not going to evacuate into enemy territory, but rather is going to head somewhere. That is already friendly towards him. And now it is time to introduce one of the main themes of King Philip's war, complete incompetence and mismanagement. Salvage for his part knew exactly where Philip was kinda short, but there was still a chance that he could have been intercepted in the were voided, so of course he gave pursuit right. Wrong Thomas savage, rather than giving chase, descended to hang back and work on fortifying the Peninsula Benjamin Church upon learning of this was absolutely incensed. However the evidence suggests that even by this point, the English were still holding out hope that there will be some kind of settlement reached. This again shows a side of king. Philip's swore. That contrasts so heavily with bigots rebellion. There just wasn't that desire in New England for a war like what we saw in Virginia prior to his rebellion. Therefore what we do end up seeing is that even during these early days of the war there is an ongoing effort by the English to stave off further conflict. These efforts are themselves often a problem early on. As disgust beyond reestablishing a piece, the English wanted to do everything they could to limit the other jobs from joining the war effort. In these efforts, however, we often see the English making poor decisions more often than not. The English were just making an overall mess of everything. No example of this is going to end up being greater than in. They're dealing with the narrow Ganz at tribe. The NARRAGANSETT or one of the most powerful tribes in the region, and both the English End Philip sought to win them over. For the near against tribes seemed to be pretty resolved in the fact that they hated both Philip and the English. The job of winning the Narragansett over for the English Delta Edward Hutchinson the son of the late and Hutchinson. The problem is that Hutchinson didn't come over and try to narrow Ganz it rather. He walked in demanded that the near against handover hostages and that if they refused, they would be considered an enemy. Not surprisingly linear agains. It did not respond well to these over threats. However at least at this point, they are going to remain neutral. Despite what was seemingly the best efforts of the English to drive the Narragansett Phillips camp. They just aren't ready to go in that direction at least not yet. This is what the first month of King Philip's war merging look like. Both the English and Philip were running around trying to earn allies. The colonists were also going around trying to threaten groups into neutrality, which did little to actually earn them that end. At the same time in July of sixteen seventy five, it is important to note that it is not really marked by widespread warfare, but rather hit and run tactics by the Indians well. There isn't anything that resembles a large engagement. Skirmishes would rule the day. That you light forces under Philip Protecting Bird settlements at Middleborough, Taunton, old rebirth and Dartmouth. there. There was a single engagement on July. Nineteenth, one troupe under Hutchinson happened to catch up with the rear. The WOMP NO AG. There was a brief engagement. A handful on both were killed. However yet again. The Communists may be baffling decision not to pursue the woman warriors. The English believe that they would rather be able to quickly block off all escape routes and essentially trap Philip. This poor attempt at work however would fall well short. Philip knew the land better than the colonists, and he was able to slip right out. It is worth noting however that as a result of the escape Philip was required to leave behind the women and children as crossing with them was simply too dangerous. Most of them were captured and would ultimately be sold into slavery. The story of those early days of King Philip's war can be seen as an escalating series of skirmishes. Well there was a few minor engagements most of the damage during that first month came from Indian hit and run tactics on the English towns. The. English spent most of their. I love trying to convince an often threaten other tribes into either alliances or more, generally neutrality. However even within the first month, the English had already made decisions that would profoundly affect the long term outcome of the war. As. We are going to see next time. Poor decision. Making is going to come back to cost English dearly. Next time we are going to continue to look at how king. Philip's quickly grew. To this point, we have seen small skirmishes next time we're going to be looking at some of the biggest battles of the war with that. I hope you are all staying healthy and staying safe. I hope you all have a wonderful two weeks and I will see you back here next time as we will move through the major battles of King Philip's war.

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2.16 The Campaign of 1676

The Political History of the United States

31:08 min | 3 weeks ago

2.16 The Campaign of 1676

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States episode two Point Sixteen, the campaign of Sixteen, Seventy six. Less time when we left off, we finish discussing the campaign in sixteen, Seventy five in the first six months of the war we have seen the English largely executed incompetent were planned and missed several opportunities to at least potentially short in the conflict. This manifests at times is failures by the English to pursue MEDICOM. When they had the chance at other times it shows the English making baffling decisions in their tactics during the war such as what we saw at bloody broke or at Springfield. However. The English had into the year on a high note after claiming victory in the great swamp fight against the Narragansett. This week we are going to go and just pick right back up where we left off and dive into the campaign of Sixteen, Seventy six. Well, the war would technically not actually end until sixteen seventy eight major combat is going to wrap up trade sixteen, Seventy six. Before we move forward however, let's talk about one figure that we really haven't spent much time on. You may have all noticed that last week, we barely talked about Philip himself. This brings up an interesting point that is worthy of some discussion. We are obviously talking about an event known as King Philip's and. One Expects Philip will be pretty key figure in that war without question Phillip is indeed a key figure in the warm and he does much to help bring the other tribes together. However, it is important to realize that despite the fact that the trump's have allied themselves with. Philip. It would not be correct to really think the tribes as a unified force. Many of the tribes that were allied were only allied in the aspect that they were fighting against a mutual enemy in the English. The NARRAGANSETT for example, were not terribly interested in helping fill up any more than they were in align themselves the English, the against joined the war, not because they deeply believed in the caused the woman no, I can fill up but rather because the English had become an ever increasing risk to their sovereignty, the real enemy and sixteen seventy five was unchecked English expansion and land pressures being put the various tribes. The alliances formed therefore, we're elusive best as many of these jobs that now found themselves fighting against the English had just as much animosity towards each other as they did the English enemy. The unification was more of a matter of the tribes all fighting a common enemy rather than any love for Phillip or the Woman No AG. Following, the victory in the great swamp fight fighting largely die down as winter took over New England both the English and the Indians it needed some time to lick their wounds and regroup in time for the spring campaign season. The war would kick back into action during early March, the first major engagement of sixteen, seventy, six km in a place where the story New England began Plymouth located a few miles outside of the main settlement was the House of William Clark. The man of the house were notably absent at the time attending a meeting in nearby Plymouth discussing the war. It was there however, at William, Clark's house that Philip would begin his sixteen seventy, six campaign. The ensuing ambush on the house would see it ends fields burned to the ground. It would also leave eleven, women and children dead. While the attack on Plymouth made use of the popular hit and run tactics that we have single in so far the colonists obviously needed to respond. The response came with an army being sent to pursue the group that attacked Plymouth under the command of captain. Michael? Pierce. Pierce set out with sixty troops from Plymouth as well as twenty members of the womp no tribe who had decided to remain allied with the colonists. And now as a quick senator, I do want to mention as I've not mentioned it before that there were a number of natives who had previously converted to Christianity. Well, some of these Indians would take the chance to rebel against the English a number of them remain loyal and actually fought alongside the colonists against fellow members of their tribes. This explains why there were still want. Fighting with Plymouth. Pierce would manage to catch up with the Narragansett warriors who were suspected of the assault on Plymouth. Reaching them on March twenty six. What would follow is one of the darkest moments for the colonists in the entire war. Now before we move on here to what is going to be another mistake by the colonial troops, I want to discuss something that has become something of a recurring theme. Drinking Phillips were so far. I'm sure you've noticed the college just keep making the wrong decision pain dearly for it. I think therefore, it is important to consider why the colonists are seemingly so bad at this. The men fighting this war are not English regulars. These are not trained soldiers who fought in England. This is a disorganized militia led by men who have little to no military experience themselves. The English New England are carrying out a war without any guidance or assistance from the home islands. New England is alone in this fight. This lack of experience goes a long way towards explaining why the colonists keep making baffling decisions. The colonists were fighting the war like skilled soldiers because they weren't keep this fact in mind as it is going to go a long way towards explaining the legacy of King Philip's war a subject that we are willing to talk much more about later. Knowing this is going to help explain what is about to happen to Captain Pearson his men. When Pierce his men were just north of pawtucket Rhode Island, they make contact with a small group of Narragansett. Warriors on March twenty fifth. The battle that day was relatively short with neither side really seen much in the way of damage. Likely feeling pretty good about not being slaughtered the next day march twenty, six pierce and his men went out to cover the final distance down to pawtucket. On the way south appears came across a handful of injured. Indians. Without stopping to ask importing questions such as who are these men who injured them, and what potential pitfalls would there be from following them Pierce decided to strike. Ordering his men to pursue the injured men Pierce had unknowingly just condemned his men to death. As it turned out, the injured men were really not that injured and indeed expected that the English would take the bait. The men fringing injury led the English into an ambush. Of the Sixty Englishman who were led into the woods that day only nine survived the initial engagement. Of those nine, it appears that they had all been captured as well. All of these standard attempts to sugarcoat the massacre were made. The colonists claim that they kept the fight up for hours and hey, they killed way more Indians. However, the real answer here is that the English lost and they lost badly. It was nothing short of an absolute rout. A. Handful of the Indians who had been fighting with the English manage to escape generally by pretending to be members of the attacking Narragansett tribe as for the night survivors of the battle. These men all ended up in modern day cumberland where they would die. There are a whole lot of stories that attempt to explain how the men ended up in. Cumberland most of them telling about nine heroic men fighting against the odds. However more likely than men were probably captured and executed in Cumberland. Either way of the sixty men hood originally set out with Captain Pierce, all of them were now dead this massacre has become known to history as the nine men's misery. With English having been thoroughly routed the Narragansett warriors made their way south to providence. In the months since the war began the population of Providence had significantly shrank as the war drew ever closer. With the near again now, approaching the safety of Providence was clearly in question. Most of the residents providence had fled their most prominent resident Roger Williams remained. It has been a while since we last hung out with Roger Williams however as a quick reminder Williams held strong if not radical beliefs about native American rights. We spent episode one point twenty three exclusively with Williams. Beyond his religious beliefs, not making any friends. He also held beliefs regarding landownership that would not endear him to his fellow colonists. The prevailing theory the colonies was that the key to land ownership was improving the land. This is something that didn't really work out largely for the pneumatic Indian tribes. Therefore by applying English law, there was a ton of totally uninhabited land up for grabs. Roger Williams however disagreed with this. Williams view the land that was occupied by the Indians as being rightfully their land. It should not come with much surprised that for the colonists living in new. England. This was not a popular view. Sure enough despite being a popular figure upon arrival in Massachusetts Williams. Quickly found himself on the outskirts though that was largely due to his beliefs on religion. After being told that his welcome in Boston was at an end, Williams would relocate to Plymouth will implanted es, bows his beliefs on land ownership. This did a great job of helping Williams wear out his welcome and he was quickly booted from Plymouth. This is all part of the story of how Williams now an outcast would ended up founding the Rhode Island's settlement. This also explains how Rhode Island would become an early home for various dissenters and outsiders. If you were misfit in the seventeenth century New England new probably were going to end up living in Rhode Island. Beyond, making him deeply unpopular amongst his fellow colonists. This belief land ownership did make Williams a very popular Englishman amongst the various tribes. He was one of the few voices that was advocating for their rights and sure enough in the days after his banishment from. Massachusetts. We will see Indian tribes shelter. Williams. Drain those early days of tensions in King Philip's War Williams. Now, an old man took a role of being a diplomat attempting to keep the peace. Williams mainly focused on trying to ensure that the NARRAGANSETT would remain neutral. Roger Williams was therefore an obvious ambassador. He had been a trading partner of the Indians for years. Initially, at least the negotiations appear to be going well. The NARRAGANSETT gave assurances to Williams that they had no interest in getting involved in anything that Philip was doing Williams would write to Joan through junior, the governor of Connecticut and these set of Williams, longtime rival, John winthrop of the seemingly successful early discussions. This all occurring before the English would head their with their more heavy handed tactics towards thinner Ganz it. However, as sixteen seventy, five moved forward Williams would have obviously become painfully aware of how tenuous the situation really was. As we've talked about villages and towns, all throughout New England were being burned colonists were being killed despite Williams holding out hope that things would remain peaceful Williams had begun to realize that this probably was not going to work out. Finally on. December. Williams would write to winthrop that there was not going to be peace. This came just a few days after the great swamp fight had brought the Narragansett. Officially out of their neutrality and into the fight Williams, seen the writing on the wall and his family to the island of a quid nick where many of the Rhode Island colonists were now up as refugees. Roger Williams himself either out of stubbornness or possibly hoping that he could save providence from the coming Indian onslaught stay behind. Now seventy two years old Williams would remain in providence long enough to see the Narragansett enter into the city on March twenty? Nine Sixteen, seventy, six. Williams would watch. US. Providence became the latest town to be destroyed in the war. Among the buildings that Williams would washburn was his own house. The destruction of his home left Williams all but destitute. Despite having had such a long and complicated history in Massachusetts Williams was finally now permitted to return to the place where his journey began all those years ago. Williams would relocate to Boston provided that he kept his opinions to himself. Williams was so broke by this point that he had two requests paper from the governor of Massachusetts. Williams would ultimately end up back providence following the war. For us however, this is the final time that Roger Williams is going to make an appearance in this podcast as he would die, just a few years after these events in sixteen eighty three. So would that a big tip of the hat to Roger Williams? What nobody knew at the time was that the tide of the entire war was about to shift Thus far, the Indians really carried the day. It feels like I have spent the past episode and a half telling you the same story over and over again, the Indians launched an assault on a town kills some English, burn the town and escape before the English could do much about it. That combined with poor colonial tactics pretty much spills out the war thus far. Sure the colonists claimed victory in the great swamp fight but all that really got them for their troubles wasn't even angrier Narragansett tribe entering into the war ready for revenge though not necessarily pure victory, it was not a whole lot better. The is would begin to shift some six weeks after the burning of Providence. The colonist to this point have largely been fighting a defensive war. Now, it can't be debated if that was actually by plan or by necessity however as of the early spring of Sixteen, Seventy six, there had been little in the way of an offensive war lead. Captain William Turner a Boston Taylor prior to the war had like so many others found himself discontented with the conduct of the war to date. Specifically, Turner complained of a well known Indian village impasse Kiam Scott. Here numerous native lived and were allowed to just go about their lives. With so many colonial villages. Now in smoldering ruins, the English were anxious to repay the favor. Turner approached the Massachusetts General Court and requested permission to lead a force down to Pesky skit and sack the village. The village was inhabited largely by the elderly women and children. However, Turner justified the raid by saying that he didn't want the Indians to be able to fortify themselves. Come summer beyond that the warriors from the village had been raiding though not necessarily burning nearby English towns. Exhausted and desperately wanting to win the Massachusetts. Court approved the plan. Now. If you're wondering why the English had not already attacked the village, it's not because of some high minded feeling about attack, a group made up of women and children rather it was believed that there were several colonial hostages being held inside the village. This would make sense for the Indians holding English hostages in a village did about as much as could be hoped for in order to stave off an ambush. However by this point, the English were desperate and decided to march on. That is despite the fact that the Connecticut Colony ultimately balked at the mission. DERMER would gather up a force of approximately one hundred, fifty men and set forth towards the encampment a running on May nineteenth. The English forces managed to take a hill right outside of the village without anybody really noticing their presence. With the village still asleep Turner launched his attack. Immediately chaos broke out throughout the village the attack came with devastating speed and efficiency. Men shot the Indians as they left their wigwams others died while attempting to escape the now besieged village. At has so often been the story in this war though typically the other way around the English SA- fire to the village with the ambush complete turner suddenly had a problem on his hands. The Indians were now fighting back calling us were dine and nobody was having a very good time anymore. It was time to get out of dodge. Unfortunately what followed was an organized retreat that saw the English begin to lose the battle. Turner himself was killed during the sloppy retreat. The fighting retreat continued to Deerfield when the English were finally able to make a stand, enforce the Indians off of them. As the dust settle from the battle, it became clear that this was a major English victory. Though? English. Losses were high of the one, hundred, fifty, two left on the mission approximately a third of them are now dead the Indians suffered far more damage. The. Numbers of those killed inside of the village ranged between two hundred and four hundred. Amongst the dead importantly was the chief of the Nera Gannett counter who had been seemingly unexpectedly present in the village at the time of the attack. Captured during the battle Kennedy was given, the option of the war in exchange is life will be spared. Kennedy refused the offer he was summarily executed and his head was marched back to Hartford. Though the evidence is in great one must wonder what would have happened if Kennedy had had decided to take the option of surrender. It seems pretty unlikely that the English were going to let him walk away alive in that situation either. Despite the steep cost for the English pesky get. was there first clear victory in a major engagement in a very long time? The narragansett tribe had just suffered a very serious loss and now also had to navigate without their leader something that would significantly weaken them moving forward. What the English did not know at this point is that their victory here would mark one of the major turning points in the overall war. It is a popular belief amongst many modern historians that despite the columnist doing everything, they could to lose this war. It was always over before it began. The Communists had the advantage of weapons, armor and tactics. The Indians did have great success with their hit and run style. However, it was never going to cause enough damage to actually win the war. The English had a sizable population. So we are no longer dealing with a situation like early Jamestown or a hundred or so colonists were facing off against fifteen twenty thousand members of the powered and confederacy. The English had the manpower to stand on their own at this point. Let's not forget either at this point that the Indian tribes were largely nomadic in seldom carried with them large stores of food well, farming didn't stop during the war for the Indians. Their crop yields were obviously going to be significantly reduced. The natives inside of Pesca Musket were hungry and as is their food stores were already getting concerning low. The English attack saw those low food stores burnt and reduced nothing in an instant starvation went from being a serious concern to reality for so many Indians. Despite a devastating spring campaign to this point for the English plus all those losses through the course of the prior year, it was now the Indians who were really the tribes throughout the Connecticut region are going to fight on. There will be more offensive attacks from them. However, they are never going to recover from the loss at Pesky 'em skit an English domination is going to become the storyline of the war in Connecticut. For his trouble of leading the attack and Dine William Turner would get a town named after him for the first time in the war, we really do begin seen after this point the weakness of the local tribes, the New England Confederation Plus Rhode Island or a united front fighting against a common enemy. Sure they had their differences and all of the colonies were concerned with their sovereignty usurper in the war. However, by and large, they did stand together. For Philip? He was in command of a much looser confederation of allies fighting against the English we can sit around and debate if he had any overall command power over trump's like the Narragansett who seemed to hate him only slightly less than the English in that moment. However. What was clear is that Philip lacked the organized and united front, but the colonists had. With the loss of Pesky 'em skit Philip had a new problem. As has been the case throughout all of history. The job of holding such a loose alliance together is made much easier by winning. Everybody wants to pick the winning side of a dispute and as the Indians were causing so much havoc for the English they at least for the initial nine months of the war were pretty much in control. The, because scrambling and the Indian seemingly had the advantage. Yet as we are going to begin to see following the loss of Pesky upskilling Philip is now going to be given the far more daunting task of holding together a loose alliance and things are not going as well. The theme of the war is now going to begin to shift away from the English incompetence and bumbling to Philip trying to maintain fighting front as more and more tribes. Decide that were winning was great and all losing just isn't nearly as much fun and that it is time to get out or they still can. At this point, the war on the Connecticut Front was largely over. Skirmishes would continue however, the English were by enlarge going to continue on the offensive from this point forward in what was essentially a mop up operation. Back up to the north of Massachusetts. However, Philip was still able to hold together a increasingly distressed force. Philip and his horses would attempt to turn the tide of the war back to their advantage in June when they launched an attack on Hadley. Last week we had visited Hadley for the story of their great victory the year prior eight victory that many historians question the veracity of. However, there is no debate on the battle that took place on June twelve, sixteen, Seventy six, and the importance of its outcome. Now, just as a quick I want to remind you of events going on down in. Virginia, at this very moment. As New England colonists are preparing for a defining battle in Hadley, down in Virginia, governor Berkeley is trying to track down. Nathaniel Bacon in the early days of Bacon. rebellion. I mentioned this because I want to make sure that you have a good picture of the events going on throughout the colonies. As of June twelve sixteen, Seventy six, there is a still ongoing war New England and now Virginia was quickly descended into their own conflict. On June twelve, approximately two hundred fifty warriors attempted to launch another attack or possibly the first attack on Hadley. What ensued was a crushing loss for the Indians and resounding English victory. After a year of having their towns burnt, the English were successful at repulsing the Indians Hadley with minimal losses of their own by all accounts the English were not expecting the attack. Headley come as a surprise. However, the Indians themselves were surprised to find that Halley at become well fortified. So despite holding surprise on the attack, the English defenses were enough to quickly turn the advantage in the battle. The loss for the Indians in had the was not just damaging to their war effort, but it was absolutely crushing for the morale. For. Many of the tribes it became clear that when the attack on Hadley was repulsed, the war was indeed lost. That no matter what they did. They were simply not going to be able to overcome the colonists. The Massachusetts Bay colony realizing that they had their enemy on the ropes and knowing that Phillips, alliances were now vulnerable decided to act. The. Bay Colony issued a proclamation of mercy which essentially gave several tribes a way out of the war in exchange for a more merciful treatment when the war inevitably came to an end. Numerous tribes took this deal seeing that a was lost. Those who continue fighting were largely made up of those remaining tribes that knew that they had gone too far down the path to quit. It is worth saying that amongst those who took the offer to lay down their arms and accept English justice, many of them ended up being captured and treated as though they themselves were not prisoners of war. Ultimately many of those who did manage to find a way to escape from English custody found that they either had to make their way out of the region entirely or were forced to seek shelter among one of the remaining neutral tribes in New England. Well Phillips alliances were falling apart the victors of Hadley pressed their advantage. Under the command of Major John, Talcott troops gave chase to the now retreating NARRAGANSETT forces. Catching up to them on July second Talcott and roughly five hundred men came upon a Narragansett encampment. What followed was an absolutely brutal battle with no mercy given. At the end of the day, nearly two hundred Indians lie dead or captured. The following day another eighty members of the Narragansett tribe one in Warwick to surrender or slaughtered by Talcott. Army. The, attack on Hadley would turn out to be the last major offensive engagement for the Indians in King Philip's war. Throughout the remainder of July sixteen, seventy six what remained for the colonists was a mop up campaign. The alliances that Philip has spent the better part of the summer of sixteen seventy, five building or rapidly collapsing is trump's ben him in order to make peace. Despite however, the functional end of the war, there was still a matter of dealing with Philip himself. As long as he was out there, there was still going to be his closest allies and the woman ag fighting for his now lost cause. The war could not actually end until Philip was either captured or dead. Luckily, for the colonists they were spared from a long manhunt. By early August, the hunt from Philip had reached a fever pitch. Troops under the command of Benjamin Church utilize the help of so-called prayed Indians help track down the location of Philip. Praying. Indians have been in our story since the beginning these are those Indians who had converted to Christianity and had decided to fight as English allies rather than remain neutral or fight alongside Philip. Church received information on August eleventh that Philip was desperate even within the woman no. Again, this point he was rapidly losing support as he was facing challenges from the inside. The information. In this case, came from a member of the WOMP NO AG who decided that it will be a good idea to get out. Well, he still could beyond the information that Phillips Support Base was collapsing the escaped Indian also shared the more critical information. He told church where Philip was and where they were going. Not Stopping to just giving directions, he personally led the colonists to the location. Leaving from Plymouth and marching to Bristol Rhode Island contact was made in the early morning hours of. August. Twelfth. Church due in large part to the help from the Indian guide was hoping to spring an ambush on the Indians. However, when Captain Roger Goulding basically crashed right into one of Philip's watches, shots were fired and the battle erupted. Despite, the general chaos that comes with Battle Church and company were quickly able to spot their target. Philip tried to flee. Phillip would end up running directly into the ambush according to church in unknown Englishmen. Fire at close range but his gun failed to shoot. Well, that seems like a lucky break for Philip. It really only delayed things for a brief moment. Taking place in the ambush was John. Alderman was a praying Indian and a member the womp no tribe. Well. The gun of the colonists failed. Alderman's did not. He fired around that struck Phillips Square in the chest. Before he hit the ground Philip took another round to the chest. Philip the man who had led a bloody and violent war the per capita remains one of the deadliest in American history fell face down into the water. Philip was dead. Phillips body was beheaded and the head was marched back victory to Plymouth. The head was mounted an remained up on a post for nearly ten years. Well there would be skirmishes for some time to come. King Philip's were was generally over. The end of major combat in King Philip's war however is not going to be where our story on this matter ends. Next time we are going to come back and look at the peace settlement that is going to get worked out years later in sixteen, Seventy eight. We are going to be visited from our good friend, Edmund Andrews WHO's about to wade into new. England. Politics a position that is going to overtime to find his legacy in America. After that, we are going to begin looking at the legacy of the war in general and what it would all mean moving forward. With that I hope you'll have a great two weeks, I. Hope you are staying healthy and staying safe and I will see you back here. Next time where we discussed the peace settlement and the official end of King Philip's war.

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1.28 The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut

The Political History of the United States

30:36 min | 11 months ago

1.28 The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States episode one point twenty eight the fundamental orders of Connecticut. Last time we spent our episode episode exploring the political scene in Massachusetts before dropping him for a quick peek. What was going on down the Plymouth colony this week we are going to follow the same basic style we we are going to spend the majority of today looking at the fundamental orders of Connecticut? A document that at least has an argument as being the first written constitution following in this discussion we will stop in in Rhode Island for a quick peek. At what has been going on there before we jump into today's topic. I want to give you all a brief update on the game plan for the rest of this season. My plan is to wrap up the New England colonies in our next episode. After all we have as of this episode spent half of the podcast asked in New England so next week I'm going to address a few lingering questions and that will wrap up getting New England up onto its feet. I then implanting on an episode to address the institution of slavery in the colonies and how that came to be an importantly how it manifests itself through English North America I will then wrap up the first season with a two part episode that will attempt to make sense of everything. We've talked about so far this season. Then we're GONNA jump right on in to season number two so there you go you now have a breakdown of how the rest of the first season of this podcast is going to go from here on out before we do any of that however we need to. I wrap up in New England and today that means diving in to the fundamental orders of Connecticut. When we lost left our friends in Connecticut they were just wrapping up the War modern-day Connecticut at this point was actually made up of two primary colonies specifically the Connecticut Colony and the new haven colony colony. The new haven colony was relatively short. Lived having come into existence in sixteen thirty eight and lasting only until sixteen sixty four the new haven colony existed without had a charter which proved to be a serious problem for establishing illegitimate claim on its land. Connecticut was more than happy to take advantage of. This ultimately a combination of factors actors would do in new haven following the English restoration when the nation was back in control of how Stewart under Charles the second new haven became a popular place. Further regicide title judges to hide out. This isn't something that really endeared newhaven to the English and they were not terribly keen on granting a colony a Royal Charter. Will they continue to hide these judges. The fatal blow would come in sixteen sixty two. When Connecticut got themselves a Royal Charter which instructor essentially ended new haven's time as an in independent colony over the next two years Connecticut would gobble up the towns that have made up newhaven newhaven will come up occasionally in the next few episodes but we are going to mostly be focused focused in Connecticut? So don't stress too much about new haven other than knowing that it was once upon a time a thing we have seen before that there was a need need amongst colonist to justify their existence through the form of a compact in this way there is nothing revolutionary at all about what would become the fundamental orders Connecticut. The pilgrims had their mayflower compact nearly two decades before as you may recall the mayflower compact stood more as a mission statement than it did anything truly resembling a constitution other colonies had taken note and the contact became an important part of colonial governance. These complex were often the source first of and justification for the authority of the colonial governments. These early contacts were as I mentioned a moment ago. More akin to mission in statements. Then anything really laying out the functioning of government where the fundamental orders of Connecticut differs. Is the detail that does lay out included important limits emmett on the government the fundamental orders were born out of a land ownership issue the Massachusetts General Court was called in and created a commission known as the March Commission. Listen the General Court put Roger Ludlow at the head of the group. The problem is that the commission had been called in sixteen thirty five and had only been set to last for a year however even after the time for the March Commission had expired in sixteen thirty six the group went ahead and stay together and it became the defacto governmental minute colony yet as we have seen before with the other colonies. This put Connecticut in a precarious position. Yeah it's wonderful and all that they have self government however over there does not appear to be much in the way of anything that is actually granting the justification for the government to exist. This alone drives the need for something more stable double which would eventually emerge in the form of Government Compact by sixteen thirty eight ludlow amongst others were actively working on creating something that would provide the colony with the foundation for their government on January fourteenth. Sixteen thirty nine. The product of these efforts was produced and the fundamental orders of Connecticut was adopted. The fundamental orders are made up eleven parts at are unfortunately not the beautifully drafted pros that you would see in the later documents like the declaration ratio of independence or even the highly organized. US Federal Constitution. That said it is pretty short so I would encourage you to head to the website. Were I've put up a failing to the copy so before we go into much discussion of the importance of the document. Let's take some time to look at the fundamental orders and how it actually functions beginning beginning by looking at the preamble we once again are reminded of just how religious of society that this really is. The government here is rooted deeply in religion. The preamble all states that the document would serve as a confederation between Windsor Hartford. And weather's field. The idea of a single document acting as a compact between the different towns does give the fundamental orders a feeling of being something of a confederation three equal towns coming together under a single document that is designed to protect the general group in terms of the religious connections in the documents. It is interesting to note again that part of the preamble lays out that beyond the maintenance of order and the general peace and the need to preserve the personal liberties of the group. There is also the portion stayed in that they wished to maintain the purity of the Gospel in order to accomplish these ends. It is necessary theory that a government be formed in this effect the preamble lays out the justification for why a government was needed in the first place then went further and specifically he described the goals and the reaches of that same government. This seems like a simple and obvious thing however be careful not to consider this S. somebody living in the twenty first century the contents were making an attempt to justify why government is necessary which in a world where arbitrary government was such a concern. Earn sure does seem like step in the right direction. Of course whenever we look at the justification forces statements we must also look at the pragmatic considerations. The government of Connecticut was also going to need to justify their existence to both the other colonies at most importantly England. Should they ever come asking so while all. We can't totally discount the fact that these decisions were being made for practical purposes. We do certainly see things moving in an interesting direction with this apparent. Need to justify justify the government's existence the fundamental orders lay out a structure of government that is similar to what we see Massachusetts twice a year in April and September the government would meet though provision did allow special sessions to be called as necessary. The April meeting was done with the intention of electing that years government meant the subsequent September meeting was held with the express plan to make laws for the colony voting with simple enough with each eligible voter reading a name on the paper paper. A simple majority was needed for election. The government itself is pretty much what we have already seen over Massachusetts which considering the origins of the colony. That shouldn't be much of a surprise. Men like Thomas Hooker who was a principal author of the fundamental order was coming in from the Massachusetts Bay colony at the top top of the structure. You had a governor. The governor had to be a member of the church because you know obviously however more. Interestingly he also had to be a former magistrate. This serves a dual purpose. I issues that whoever becomes the governor is not totally new to the governance issues facing the colony after all it makes sense that any incoming coming leader understand the challenges facing their people more realistically the Communists Likely viewed this provision as a check against potential populist governor it it means that anybody coming into the colony from the outside cannot immediately move into the highest seat in the government in economy that is so concerned with maintaining a strict I religious structure. It makes complete sense that anybody coming into the colony would need to be totally vetted before being allowed anywhere near the reins of power. If somebody comes comes in and immediately runs for a position in the government they will need to begin as a magistrate where everybody can clearly see what kind of person they are and what if any any potential threat they pose to the stability of the colony's existing systems also of interest. Is that the fundamental order restricts a person from serving consecutive terms as governor. Now there are no term limits in existence. So you can be governor as many times as you want however serving back to back years was not going to a happen. This is an interesting decision. And it doesn't mean what we see. In the Massachusetts Colony John winthrop repeatedly serves multi year stint as the governor likewise. Quite there are literally no record that come out of the colony will the fundamental orders were being drafted so the best we can do is wagering educated. Guess considering meaning that we've already discussed this deep set fear of arbitrary government in the colony. It seems that by restricting governor from serving multiple consecutive terms. It would act as a check. Doc against that concern no one person would be able to ever gain so much of a foothold in the colony that they would become the supreme head of it. It meant that the power was has always been redistributed amongst individuals in the colony and could invest for too long in any single person this is potentially a powerful way to heap the politics from orbiting around any single person now. There is a pretty obvious shortcoming with the strategy. Sure you're not going to have any one person. I gained too much power which that's awesome to people however is a totally different story with the provision. Being that you couldn't serve to back to back terms terms it opened up the possibility that two people could just continually switch off. which yet? That's exactly what happened between sixteen thirty nine and sixteen fifty six. The governor's seat just trade off between John. Hanes and Edward Hopkins. George Wallace did manage to sneak in there for a single year in sixteen forty two but other than that the I seventeen years under the fundamental order sees only three people hold the highest office and for sixteen of those seventeen years. There is literally just just two guys switching back and forth the real power of the colony was vested in the General Court. It was the general court that had the right to pass and repeal the laws. They are the ones who had the right to us as taxes and handle all matters of government. Well the governor's stood at the head. It was the general court that truly had the power our here. The power of the General Court in many ways was reflective of the struggle of the puritans back in England and the deepen unwavering fear of arbitrary government moment this is best exemplified by the provisions in the fundamental order that actually gives the General Court. The ability to call. Itself should the governor and the magistrates. The streets neglect that duty. This is something that is very clearly rooted in events going back to England as we have discussed the puritans were a large percentage of parliament throughout the Sixteen Twenty S. They were a group that was hit hard by Charles. The first drain the period of personal rule and the such actions on his part to be utterly despotic despotic having a provision in the fundamental orders to give the general court. The ability to call itself prevented a governor from having any similar period of personal rule in this manner the communist show their desire to keep the government from becoming too centralized one of the most key differences between the fundamental orders and the Massachusetts sits body of liberties was the relationship between the Church and the body politic Massachusetts voting was limited to church members. This is something that would ensure that the voting base remained extremely centralized to a group that Massachusetts wanted voting now. Connecticut does not go as far as Massachusetts to limit the vote instead. Head of outright limiting the vote the communist in Connecticut decided that they would use an oath of fealty to the church for their elected officials. Since it is short enough. Algo head Ed right now and just give you the oath there. I Abe beame by the Providence of God and inhabit within the jurisdiction of Connecticut. Doing you acknowledge myself to be subject to the government thereof and do swear by the great and dreadful name of the ever living God to be true and faithful into the same and Dan do submit both my person and estate there in two according to all the wholesome laws orders that are either are or hereafter shelby made by lawful awful authority and that I will neither nor practice any evil against the same nor consent that any shell so do. But we'll timely discourage orig- the same to the lawful authority established there and that I will maintain as I'm duty bound the honor of the same and the lawful magistrates thereof love promoting the public good thereof wealth ice shell so continue an inhabitant there and when so I shall give my vote suffrage or proxy being called therein to touching any matter which concerns this Commonwealth. I will give it as in. My conscience may concede to the best good of the same mm-hmm which out of respect of the person or fever of any man. So help me God in the Lord Jesus Christ now through this oath it is still going to be required that anybody trying to make their place in the colony was going to have to effectively be a member of the church however in does seem like less of an outright prohibition Bishen than what we've seen in Massachusetts it is also around this time that we see an absolute explosion of oaths as a mean of gaining complies throughout the colonies. This is something that is going to stick around for a long time and even arguably up until modern times much of the political and legal system today continues being used to use oaths as an important part of ensuring honesty and making sure people remain within the acceptable confines of the political systems. It one of the biggest question surrounding the fundamental orders is whether or not it should be considered a constitution and if so how is it different from other documents since they came before it in some ways. This is a conversation. That doesn't really mean much. We are at this. Point is arguing over semantics here and not the actual substance of the document meant. I mean it doesn't really matter what you want to define the fundamental order as they are what they are however it is still an interesting question to debate so let's take a few minutes and discussed the validity of calling the fundamental orders. A constitution one of the hardest things whenever having this discussion something that we had talked about back in our episode on the Mayflower compact impact. It is incredibly tempting for those of US living in the United States today to turn back intruder right our own origin story. We hold the Federal Constitution in such which high reverence that it should not come with much surprise that any group that has a claim to democratic origins is GonNa WanNa make that claim in this particular case. The state of Connecticut calls itself the Constitution State largely because of the fundamental orders. And Hey who can really blink Connecticut being able to claim that your your state is the place where the origins of the US Constitution formed up. That's pretty cool claim to be able to make the problem of course is that it is loaded with bias and motivation. Of course you would want your state to be the constitution state. That's a very good look to have and is something that any state will be anxious to claim as as their own. So let's start by looking at the argument that the fundamental order is in fact a constitution the first place my attention is drawn to is the difference between the fundamental orders and the things came before it. The mayflower compact is another document that over. Its lifespan has been touted as the first written constitution however the mayflower as long combat doesn't really include much in the way of any practical information regarding on how the government should function instead the mayflower compact reads much in the same way that you would expect a preamble preamble to read. There is nothing in the mayflower compact that lays out how to run the government. How voting would work nor anything that describes the structure of that government in this way the fundamental orders is light years ahead of the mayflower compact the fundamental orders does a good job describing how the government should function that includes important safeguards safeguards to protect the rights of the people? Remember that just a few minutes ago. We were talking about the fact that the general court was not reliant on the governor nor the magistrates do call itself to order. This means that importantly the fundamental orders was a document that didn't just establish government and give it a channel legitimately flow through but it also instituted dude limits upon itself the limits of government is going to become a huge talking point in the next one hundred and fifty years the constitution and the bill of rights set out to do just that and well it is completely unfair and flat out wrong to compare the federal orders limitations to those in the eventual federal constitution. This is certainly only a step towards that eventuality. You can also differentiate the fundamental orders from the Massachusetts body of liberties in its scope. The Massachusetts body of liberties is a legal codification by its very form is there are portions that talk about how the colony should function however the actual nuts and bolts are largely contained in the charter charter. The body of liberties is a legal code. which is nothing new? There had by sixteen forty bit numerous legal codes going back thousands of years the fundamental order over is is not a legal code. There is nothing in the document laying out the laws of the colony instead. The fundamental order focuses exclusively on how the government would function the fundamental in a mental order. Does Dan apart. In this regard unlike earlier documents such as the mayflower compact the fundamental orders are far more than just a mission statement. They go beyond the material that we would expect to be contained in a preamble and goes into the actual functioning of the government. The fundamental orders layout a well organized is framework for the functioning of government. This does make the fundamental order standout as something different from what had come before it finally consider the formation of the fundamental orders. This is not a document that was handed down by some outside group. Instead it was created by the colonists that will be living under it. This is an important aspect of the fundamental orders which is important though not entirely unique within the colonial structure however it is impossible to discount. Count the fact that the colonists came together formed a government which would ultimately rule over them and laid out the structures and limitations to the power to which they would yield. It's worth noting here. Hear that in the same vein one of the things that is conspicuously. Absent from the fundamental orders is any mention of allegiance to any other colonies and more importantly you any mention of Charles the first well historians seemed torn on whether or not this is something that was deliberate either way. It is worthy of mention. In this way the fundamental orders does appear to be a constitution. It's how the government would function it places limitations and safeguards within that structure and most importantly it is a written document which was drafted expressly for the purpose of establishing a framework for and the mutations to the government the fundamental orders are organized to saint and and well crafted in this manner the fundamental orders of Connecticut do indeed look a lot like a constitution. Okay so clearly the fundamental orders. Ria Constitution right well not so fast. As other historians point out the fundamental orders failed to rise to the level of an actual constitution. As we spoke about a moment ago everybody wants to look back into colonial history and find the origins of constitutionalism the desire to find evidence that the colonies were writing writing constitutions. All the way back in the sixties forties has seen evidence everywhere for it. Despite the fact that that evidence doesn't really exist. This is the same argument that we see regardless of the mayflower compact where practically nobody even noticed it was a thing until it became a piece of propaganda during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century among among the primary arguments that the fundamental orders were not a constitution is that very little of it could be considered unique looking at the fundamental orders. Very little in them is different than what already existed over Massachusetts of course Connecticut was born out of Massachusetts so it is hardly a surprising thing that we would see their politics takes largely fall in line with what we'd already seen in place in Massachusetts. The voting base was slightly more inclusive as there was not an explicit rule that one had to be a church member to vote however delivered on that it is pretty much the same as what we have already seen in the Massachusetts Bay colony. The only real difference is not in the substance but rather in the form. Furthermore those opposed posted this being a constitution look at what is very rigid structure. That is at the same time both of vague and inflexible well. Broad outlines for government are given the fundamental meant orders. Never go into much detail about the powers of the individual officeholders. It is questionable if this was done intentionally in order to give as much leeway and flexibility to to that individual or if it was simply oversight either way however the result is the same that there is not always a clear delineation boundaries to the offices established at the same time the document would prove to be exceedingly inflexible in that there was no method whereby the order could be emended inflexibility and the lack of defined fine powers alone however does not mean that. This isn't a constitution. It could be argued that this is still a constitution with provisions that had been omitted in incomplete constitution is is still a constitution on their faith. The fundamental orders appear to act as the basis of a democratic government however beyond looking decent in theory the venomous orders fall below the standard. That one would expect to see a truly democratic system. The problems come back to the same thing that we see Massachusetts. There is voting which which is of course democratic in nature however those who could hold office were very limited. These limitations are formed on the basis of religion in undeniable able to desire throughout all the colonies in New England Rhode Island aside to keep the outsiders where they belong on the outside. And what we shouldn't discount the fact that there was is not as clear. Cut of a prohibition serving in the government as we see over in the bay colony the preamble and oaths required. Get us to practically the same place. So what is is the fundamental order of Connecticut. Is it the framework for a constitutional government or not the general consensus out. There leans in the direction that the fundamental orders. Orders are not a constitution. They lay out a system of government and a basic outline of how that system should run. They even make some inroads towards placing limitations on power. Hauer we see that the general core can call itself the session without the need of a governor. Elected officials are not officially tied down to specific religion. Despite the fact that in practice practice they are even if you don't fit the requirements for office. You still at least had a vote. Finally although we discuss problems that arose from it limited. The governor from consecutive -secutive terms is a check on potentially arbitrary government ultimately however the fundamental orders cannot be seen as being a direct step towards the Federal Constitution. Well there were a few checks on power they were limited in scope. The fundamental orders is certainly not steeped in any kind of enlightened ideals or anything resembling rather it is based on the pragmatism of the moment and while there are some key differences for the most part. The fundamental orders are what we had previously seen in in place in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. There is nothing revolutionary about the content of the document rather what the fundamental orders do is give a new structure to something that already existed. The fundamental orders are undeniably an organized and well put together attempt to lay out the boundaries of government for that Kudos to the Connecticut colonists who did truly put something impressive together even if it doesn't quite meet the standards of our Constitution in the sense that we think about it today I want to say however that I think one of the biggest biggest dangerous when studying this era in history is wanting so desperately to fit these early founding documents into the mold of the Federal Constitution it is disingenuous to those documents documents and in almost all cases. It's going to be just flat out wrong instead of searching high and low for a document that is a direct precursor to the constitution. I would argue you that you should look at all of these documents. As a whole the federal constitution that is going to emerge is not the product of just one or two lines of thought it is the result of hundreds works and philosophies is the fundamental order one of these documents yes. I am absolutely willing to say that it is. Can you draw a direct line from the fundamental orders to the federal constitution. That's going to arise in the seventeen. Eighty s probably not quite as easily the fundamental order therefore remains one of a plethora of things would find itself inspiring what comes out of Philadelphia in the summer of seventeen. Eighty eight to wrap up today. I want to spend just a few minutes and take a peek in on all of our our political outcasts hanging out in Rhode Island for the most part. Not much has really changed. Since our episode on Roger Williams Rhode Island is still a collection of settlements with Providence. Being the biggest made up of those who didn't quite fit in back over in Massachusetts Rhode Island remains a unique spot in our story. It it is the closest any of the colonies came to being democracy and in fact did operate under the general principles of popular sovereignty. The problem was that for those early years in Rhode Island and what was a truly interesting experiment was largely hampered by internal divisions however things were beginning to stabilise 'em by the end of the sixteen forty s all but warwick the cat come into the fold and we're essentially operating as a single colony. It is impossible to say that Rhode Island was not a religious community. This is sixty forty s new England and and seriously guys everybody is really religiously inclined the difference in Rhode Island. However are those things that we spent so long discussing in the episode on Roger Williams uh-huh in this regard we do not see a system of government? Take place that place at the church in any special role concepts like separation of church and State Ju Flourish in Rhode Island. Throughout the documents we see getting producing the time Rhode Island does base their system on the idea of popular sovereignty. People vote without the strings that we see attached Ellsworth route New England however it is impossible to overlook the fact that whatever talking about the early colonial period Rhode Island is so often ignored. The center of the new the England Universe is and will remain Massachusetts. Connecticut and Plymouth are hanging on around the edges of that orbit however they are still a million miles away from Rhode Island in every aspect the other colonies in New England looked at Rhode Island with a mixture of distrust and outright contempt is sixteen forty three. When the New England Confederation nation was formed for the Common Defense of the New England colonies those he joined Massachusetts Plymouth? Connecticut and New Haven. It is not an accident. That Rhode Island was snubbed upped. All of this came together to make sure that Rhode Island's population remained much lower than the other colonies. I've seen various estimates on the population. However over nearly all agree that in sixteen fifty the population of Rhode Island was well under one thousand people for comparison most mincy placed the population of Massachusetts at around fifteen eighteen thousand and Connecticut? Around five thousand. No matter how you turn it Rhode Island is a relatively small blip on the radar. which is something? I'm sure the other New England England colonies were plenty happy with the other colonies in New England are always pretty steadfast against anything that is going to disrupt their carefully. Choreographed social order. Everything about Rhode Island threatened that order for the rest of New England Rhode Island was something that they wanted to make sure stayed small and uninfluential for the most this part this is going to actually work. The reason why there isn't more written on the early colonial history of Rhode Island despite the fact that they are working on some truly revolutionary ideas is probably only because they made up such a small part of the New England world the population remains low and the ideas being expressed within are largely contained within that colony. This is going to limit the influence of Rhode Island throughout the period that we have been discussing and will continue to limit that influence as we move forward we have spent the last fourteen thirteen episodes in the world of New England. Next time we are want to wrap up our series on New England. I've got a few other topics that I would like to briefly cover and then and we are going to spend the rest of the episode looking at the region overall as we approach sixteen fifty. When next week is wrapped up we will be able to put New England behind us and we will be marching quickly glee towards the end of our first season of this podcast? So come back here in two weeks and we will conclude our story on the founding of the New England colonies

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1.27 The Massachusetts Body of Liberties

The Political History of the United States

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1.27 The Massachusetts Body of Liberties

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States episode one point twenty seven the Massachusetts body of liberties. Today we are going to begin a two episodes so dive into the political situation that would develop throughout New England through the Sixteenth Thirties and forties. Next week we are going to take a brief look at Rhode Island and then spend the majority of the episode sowed in Connecticut Learning what we need to know about the fundamental order however that is all in two weeks and for today we are going to spend our time with Massachusetts. An Plymouth last week should have provided some clues about where the politics are at the moment in Massachusetts as we have seen the order of the day for the bay colony was to banish those whose religious beliefs fell outside the narrow window that winthrop and the other leaders of the colony had established. As we've talked about many times the religious order of the day massachusets chooses and the political order were largely anonymous with one another. If you run afoul of what it is a pretty good guess that you have now run afoul of the other we will. Oh spend today looking at just what that means and how. The political systems will develop over the next decade. Plymouth on the other hand has not been a major part of our story for some time. Now Plymouth might have preceded the big honey by decade however from the moment that the big honey got going. It became the epicenter of New England. Colonists in Plymouth don't appear to be terribly. We upset by this. The Call Plymouth were plenty happy doing their own thing. However with that being said time does not stop even for the pilgrims so we? We'll head back to Plymouth today and checking with our old friends there and see how the politics of Plymouth have now changed. We have spent some time already talking about the politics of the day Massachusetts the chew sits so before we get into where things are going. Let's take a step back and see where we have been. It is tempting to look at Massachusetts as being a democracy after all the original Carter allowed church members of vote in the Cuneo leadership. Well Nice at the freemen in the colony Hannah voice and were able to vote their political role in society came to a hard stop immediately Lee after casting that vote as soon as the new governor and assistance where selected what you were left with was basically a dictatorship as we saw during the episode on John Winthrop. He personally personally had virtually no interest in running a democratic society. Well he understood the importance of expanding the right to the freemen to allow the ability to vote for their leadership. He was more than content. The leadership should then carry on with near dictatorial powers in the view of men like winthrop. A top down approach was the way that politics should flow at the same time as we have looked at Massachusetts throughout the sixteen thirty S. We have seen again. The importance of the church to that society with Roku spent so much. Each time in the driver's seat of the colony was obsessed with maintaining his vision of Massachusetts as being the city upon the hill. When anybody challenged that way of life winthrop was quick to purge that influence out of the colony we saw this with Roger Williams John Wheelwright and Anne Hutchinson living in a society of this nature is going to have a big the impact on the politics of those who are going to be living in that colony whether it had over the years been willing to give some concessions towards the population for instance he agreed reading sixteen? Thirty four to give the freemen of the colony more of a say in matters of taxation and towards the lamb policies however despite this make no mistake that winthrop closely guarded the reins of power for after all if it was God that the leadership derive their power from WHO is the rabble to question that authority. What set the Massachusetts Bay Company? Apart heart from any of the other colonies that came before it was that decision by its original founders to remove the company itself from London and place it right there firmly on the ground in Massachusetts. The General Court had then decided that they would meet four times a year to make the laws the general court therefore would become the need lowest rung on an early representative form of government. The General Court consisted of Freeman in the colony and it was those Freeman who had previously discussed that had a right to vote for colonial oneal leadership. This election to the General Court worked in the following way that the freemen would select the assistance the assistance within the governor and deputy governor it is is also important to know that during the same time. The Massachusetts government lacked any kind of an independent judicial branch. The legal system in the colony was largely based on Biblical law which is unsurprising unsurprising. Considering that the group had pleased the church at the top of the colony. That'd be I don't WanNa give the wrong idea. McHugh that early Massachusetts was a theocracy. It wasn't isn't anymore theocracy than it was a democracy. This is because the clergy was not involved directly in running the government which does in fact prevent this from being a theocracy the system. I did to be fair. have elements of both types of systems remained at least did have voting rights and the legal system was based essentially on the Ten Commandments. However for it would be better to view the Massachusetts Bay Company as having a form of government that is more parliamentary in nature? Run by guys who had very deep connections to the church the colony when he was functioning based on their experience back in England with so much of the leadership involved in local leadership back in England and recall that winthrop himself had been a magistrate that that is what the men new and it is what they were going to model things after per the charter. The General Court was in charge of creating the laws whereas the governor was in charge of the routine business of the colony grin the October sixteen thirty meeting winthrop and the company modified the charter to transfer powers of making laws from the General Court and instead gave power to the governor and the assistance since considering that the majority of the population in Massachusetts had come over during the great migration years it follows that amongst the biggest fears within the political structure of the colony was that of tyranny. The puritans Massachusetts had a real fear of arbitrary government that if the government was allowed to become arbitrary in nature feature it would inevitably lead to tyranny winthrop Brighton. It's sixty forty. Four gave the following definition for US arbitrary. Government is where people we'll have been set over them without their choice of allowance who power to govern them and judge there. 'cause without a rule God only has perogatives who sovereignty is absolute and in his will is a perfect rule and reason itself so as for men to usurp such authority is tyranny and impropriety where the people have liberty to omit or reject their governors governors and to require the rule by which they shall be governed in judged. This is not an arbitrary government. Well this was written more than a decade. After the founding of the Bay economy when winthrop himself was on trial for abuse of power. It is a theme that is ever present throughout the entire history of that colony. There was always a concern with the limits of government. This logically follows as well remember that the people making up the population of Massachusetts were the puritans who had been chased from England during the reign of Charles. The first this was a group that had been on the frontlines of actual persecution. They had a laundry list of complaints of what they viewed as the arbitrary rule of Charles. The first back in England therefore now that they are Massachusetts essentially operating as they pleased. There remains a constant vigilance against the growing power of the colonial government. It well before with rope road about the risk of arbitrary government. This had been a constant problem within the colony with power Massachusetts becoming increasingly centralized. It took very very little time for controversies to come up regarding the government. The first bump in the road comes in sixteen thirty two when Congress expressed their displeasure at the government forcing towns to pay contributions since towards the governance of the colony for them. This was all too much like what they hid left back in England and they were going to make their position known. The protests were not without basis racist. There was no authority under the Charter for the government issue. What amounts essentially to taxes now ultimately in this situation the decision was made to expand the representation tation of the government to ensure that all the towns had representation before the General Court? The decision was made much to the grid John winthrop that each town should send two who representatives to the General Court back in Boston. The question therefore becomes why expand the political representations system at all what was so oh special about taxes one of the things that was held very dear by the communist were their rights under the Magna Carta and under the MAGNA Carta it establish a they had the rights to be represented when it came to matters of taxation. We are going to see Tom Time again. Throughout this podcast that taxation is going to be particularly clearly sore subject. In fact we get to the American revolution. We will once again see that one of the big complaints is that England is attempting you to pass taxes on the colonists that they did not consent to and that is where the theme of Taxation Without Representation would form when this first comes up in sixteen thirty two it is only on matters of taxation and land distribution that the representatives would have a vote on two years later this would further expand to representation on all all matters although this is a move towards diversifying the political structure keep in mind that the actual body politic those men who could vote were still limited to the freemen who who were limited to members of the Puritan Church. So I mean yeah. Everybody wanted more diversity in politics but it isn't as though anybody was going to go to nuts here at this point. Nobody was really suggesting giving a voice to those outside of the church by having each town. Send representatives it would help account for the regional distance and differences between Boston and the more rural areas. It also marks another step on the march towards a representative government as we know it despite being born out of necessity more than any invited ideals but government was also forced to return the right to elect the governor to the freemen of a colony as opposed to he didn't held solely within the hands of the elected assistance. It's by the middle. Part of the sixteen thirty s we have seen the government become extremely centralized before pushback caused the government itself do become more diversified the voting base itself however would for the moment least remain limited to the members of the church meaning that the system would still be in the hands of a limited few it is under at this backdrop the government would have to deal with the dissension of Williams. We'll write in Hutchinson. You can really see from this despite me talking today about how the government really did become lesage. lesage was in the years after it. First forms that the power of the government is still concentrated enough within the colony that people like John winthrop could purge dissenters with little Jackson action or really anything that resembled due process. During this era no legal document coming out of Massachusetts will be more influential than the Massachusetts body of liberties during the first decade of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Motte was a shockingly simple affair when illegal case came up when throw or sitting governor of the moment would serve essentially as the finder of fact along with the other magistrates. This justice system should not really come as too much of a surprise as we've already seen how it operates on people like Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson. The system of laws that winthrop advocating for was simple because it lacked anything even resembling due process winthrop wasn't opponent to the idea of a codified system of laws as he believed that would take away much of the power of the magistrates to administer Justice des- fairly. This really isn't an entirely unfair argument by winthrop. It can be hard to recall at times that Massachusetts in so many ways is still a very young a young colony. Life is hard by allowing the magistrates. More power over the implementation of laws winthrop believe that it would give them better leeway to consider the circumstances surrounding the underline offense those giving more of a fair and Compassionate System winthrop believed that a system of codified laws was likely to be inflexible and the realistic circumstances. Percents is on the ground in Massachusetts would be ignored as tempting as it is to view this as winthrop attempting to hoard power in himself. I don't think that that's really true. In in this case winthrop had been a magistrate. He cut his teeth in the common law. Systems of England winter. Would have you'd precedent as the driving force of was not statutes winthrop vehicle as something that was built through customs history and rulings coming up with a code of laws did nothing more than hinder or the fair administration of Justice. On the other hand there remained a great fear of arbitrary government in Massachusetts and with rope. Seldom did much to make anybody. You feel better about that. As I mentioned a few minutes ago arbitrary government was not a small concern for the puritans it had been so at the heart of why they had left England income to New England to begin with they had personally suffered through what they had felt to be. Arbitrary government persecution at the hands of Charles. The first William Laud they were anxious to prevent the same thing from from developing in their new homes. There had been several prior attempts to form a codified legal system in sixteen thirty five General Court had appointed a committee to work towards the creation creation of a legal code. The group was made up of four members including William Dudley and John winthrop amongst the others winter up finding himself on a committee trying to do something that he absolutely hated. The idea of did a truly masterful job at Stallini. 'em basically making sure that any efforts were dead. On arrival. Another attempt was made in sixteen thirty eight and again. It's the exact same results once again. In sixteen forty there was another attempt to create a legal code. This time with Nathaniel Ward leading the drafting Nathaniel Ward. Was Born in fifteen eighteen. Seventy eight suffolk a lawyer by trade or would immigrate to Massachusetts in sixteen thirty four after finding him in the crosshairs of guess. Who William Awed for his Puritan beliefs upon arrival ward would spend his first two years in Massachusetts as a minister however by the time that sixteen forty rolled around ward would again be given an opportunity to put his lawyer Hab back on as he was tasked with drafting a law code in Massachusetts and like the previous attempts this attempt at creating creating a codified legal code would prove to be successful partially helped along by the fact that winthrop was not the governor at the time the resulting code became known as the Massachusetts -Chusetts body of liberties after months of debates and repeated attempts by winthrop to convinced General Court that such a codification of laws against the common law tradition in May a of sixteen forty one? The body of liberties was adopted. This was the first legal code in the history of New England. The Massachusetts body of liberties represented the first real the attempt to New England. You come up with a matter to more fairly administered. The colony the Buddy of liberties is a critical document for several reasons notably so many of the ideal set out in this law. Code are things that would appear again some one hundred fifty years later when it came time to draft the bill of rights. Now as I have done so many times in the past I am going to warn all of you from reading too much into the influence of the body of liberties. It is always tempting to attempt to draw a direct line between some of these early writings in American history and link take them to the founding documents of the United States the influence of the body of liberties can in fact be seen in the United States bill of rights however there are still many things in the body of liberties is that would seem abhorrent to the founders century. And a half later this is therefore not an early version of the constitution or the bill of rights. Rather it is one of many documents was that will ultimately prove influential in the product that will be produced. The body of liberties itself contains ninety eight new laws and regulations for the Massachusetts Colony. The very first thing that one notices when looking at the body of liberties is the separation of church and state is not an aspect of the work the document immediately grounds itself in religion religion and ties itself directly into the church. None of this is really a shocking revelation. Either we're still hanging out in sixteen forty one. Everybody Massachusetts is still looking at Rhode Island with Roger Williams thinking that they are crazy. I suggesting a separation between the church and the state beyond this however the true nature of the document quickly becomes apparent whereas the legal system prior to this had basically been inquisitorial in nature typically within like winthrop leading the way this lays down the basic requirements for the introduction section of due process into legal proceedings. I'm going to spend the next little bit. Come read some of the more notable portions of the body of Webbie's however I would really encourage you guys to go and actually actually read it for yourself. It's not terribly long in the Massachusetts state. Website has a copy of the document up there for you if you head on over to my website and for those of you who still haven't having founded the website is at www dot us political. PODCASTS DOT COM. I have gone ahead and included a link for you. The body of liberties boroughs rather heavily from the MAGNA Carta which it uses as its foundation. I spoke a moment ago. About how due process is one of the biggest things to come out of the body of liberties and that is going to prove to be true contained within the document are prohibitions and regulations that we hold dear today the very first provision guarantees the right against arbitrary laws in other words. If somebody is going to be punished for a crime there must actually be a law against it nathaniel ward for good measure includes. That's that's the laws can either be passed by the General Court and recorded or can be those laws promulgated by God this means that under the body of liberties biblical mandates are enforceable forcible as law in Massachusetts body of liberties includes the notion that somebody must be given notice of the charges against them. This insurance that the person has a right to defend thin themselves. It is established that public meetings would be open to the public at large and not just members of the federal court. This is against significant as in the future United States as the ideas of openness in government are going to become very important for the more open. Government is less likely of becoming arbitrary nature so open meetings are a check on the threat of tyranny there are provisions in the new law co for things such as bail includes that a person can have a person to represent them if they so choose. There is discussion throughout of concepts like jury trials and feeling that at least establishing that he person being accused has the right to have their case heard through a trial regarding guarding jury trials it lays out the basic outline for what would become a process of jury selection. It mentions that both the plaintiff defendant and delinquent show be given the right to challenge yours as being unfair. This is something that we continue to hold near and dear and trials today both in civil and criminal matters there is a mechanism Added for an appeal of a decision to a higher court with the Court of assistance appearing to act as a quasi supreme court the right to have a court proceeding recorded and maintained and was given something that is especially important if an appeal is being sought there are provisions against the use of torture unless the person has been already found guilty. And you need to get information information out of them in that case torture is just fine so long as it doesn't become cruel unusual or inhumane so the takeaway is that torture is finding limited situations as as long as it remains reigned in the Co more specifically prohibits cruel and unusual punishment more directly not surprisingly the death penalty was part of the legal system. However were there were at least safeguards put in place to hopefully cut down on the risk of wrongful convictions and executions? The code lays out that if you are going to send someone to death you're going to need two or three witnesses to testify against the person if jury duty is something that you personally dread you'll be interested to know that the people in the big honey felt the exact same way as set. You laid out that you could only be called for jury duty twice per year in important point the statute laid out that people coming into the Connie specifically and I quote here Children Idiots distracted people all that are strangers or newcomers to our plantation shall have allowances and dispensations in any cause whether criminal or other other as religion and reason requires the statute is important as it act specifically as a check against the government. It is the right of the people citizen or not to have their case granted basic due process rights. The government cannot deny due process simply because the person being charged doesn't check off all the correct boxes other other provisions step in and protect the citizen from uncompensated takings. The government is not allowed to simply walk in and deprive a person of their property without getting due process process of law. There are statues that cover the basic parameters for running the government there are provisions. That address what happens to property following the death either via a will or through intestate inheritance should the person have died suddenly without a will already in place. There is a small amount of liberty granted to the women of the colony. They are protected from corporal punishment from their husbands except in cases of self defense by the man likewise there is a protection in place to ensure that should the husband not make the granted property to his wife that following his death breath she should at least be allowed to approach the general court to argue her case for having a distribution of land given to her even children are given some basic rights against their the parents for example parents are not allowed to use a natural severity towards their children in the coming years. The code would be amended Multiple Times in respect to education Asian in sixteen forty two. A law was passed requiring parents to teach their kids to read and then some years later free public education was added to the code. This follows with the import does that period in societies place. I'm being able to personally read the Bible Years in the future. That high literacy rate is going to mean that these citizens of Massachusetts are able to read the political go pamphlets that are being circulated servants within the colony were also given basic protections against abusive behavior. Likewise there was a section saying that indentured ventured servants shelby given some kind of granted property should they successfully complete their period of indenture. It is interesting to look at the rights granted by the body of celebrities. We see so many of the things that would later appear in the United States. Bill of rights appear for the first time in this document concepts such as protection against cruel and unusual behavior due process jury. Trials prohibitions against uncompensated. Takings all are going to make their appearance. These are things that are going to eventually find themselves themselves front and center in those rights that the founders wanted to preserve in a federal constitution well in so many ways the body of liberties can seem like such a progressive document. humint there are other places where it feels radically different. None more so than just how closely religion is tied to the government at the end of the body of liberties. There is a long section Selena. The various reasons that you can use capital punishment and each one of their biblical justifications. So because you asked what offenses can you receive the death penalty before well. You can be put to death for worshiping any God other than the Christian. God being a witch which you know that's going to become very important in the sixteen ninety s blasphemy premeditated murder committee murder as a crime of passion committing murder with the use of poison bestiality for both the person and the animal in vault doc homosexuality stealing a slave giving false witness that results in the death of another or if anybody conspires to or actually does commit treason season against the colony. I mentioned this because I think it really gets to the point better than me just saying it how incredibly steeped in religion the Bay colony was in sixteen sixteen forty one by any modern standard and frankly by the standards one hundred fifty years later. This is a harsh form of government. That absolutely nobody would mistake. Gordon Lighting System of government despite that however it is at the same time unfair to completely dismiss the significance of the Massachusetts body of liberties portions of the legal code are going to survive the test of time until their inclusion in the bill of rights for those laws you can see the long legal history in America of these rights prior to the bill of writes. This helps explain why these rights were by the time. Seventeen ninety one rolls around seen as being so fundamental to the freedoms granted in the United States throughout throughout the remainder of the sixteen forty S. There will continue to be new. Laws added modifications made in other minor changes added to the body liberties the story of Politics Massachusetts throughout throughout the sixteen forty s was moving the colonies. You something that more resembled a stable system of government by codifying the law. It at least in theory meant that there would be. They're an equitable administration of the loss. Throughout the colony it also served as a check on the threat of arbitrary government that the colonists were so deeply concerned with the fear of arbitrary government would in fact never be completely mollified. It is a beast that will continue to rise up every so often until it literally leads to war in seventeen seventy five however the body of liberties for the moment creates a more predictable government. which was intern less likely to drift towards tyranny meanwhile throughout the decade through will be increasing efforts to decentralize the government of the Bay colony is sixteen forty to the general court would separate into a bicameral institution with an upper and lower house under the new structure? The lower house would be voted on by the freemen of the colony. They would then proceed to the upper house of assistance. The lower house would meet less regularly whereas the upper house of the assistance would remain in permanent session to assist the governor. If you're wondering what what the English back in London thought of all this. The answer is that they probably didn't think about it much at all for the Communists in Massachusetts and indie throat. New England. Fortuitous timing help with them basically build their own government without much interference from the mother country by the time. The body of liberties was passed parliament. Anqing Charles the first or getting ready to kick off off the first English civil war. Nobody was terribly concerned with what a bunch of minor colonies off in the middle of nowhere. We're doing when there was such pressing problems at home. I want to wrap up today by taking a very quick peek in at Plymouth and seeing what is going on there politically when we last left off Plymouth was a colony that was completely dominated donated by the personality. William Bradford Bradford. If you'll recall is to plymouth what John winthrop is to Massachusetts Great. Those first decades in Plymouth it is is virtually impossible to separate plymouth. Politics from Bradford Bradford's control over the colony was still in place throughout the sixteenth thirties and forties so in this regard he is still the giant on on the ground as a quick reminder plymouth was formed it was done so without a proper charter instead. The settlers on the mayflower drafted the mayflower compact and have been operating with that as the foundation of their government and as the proof of legitimacy however with the Massachusetts Bay colony. Now entering into the equation. Plymouth decided that it may well. It'll be time to make things a little bit more official. The Plymouth colonists approached the council for New England in search of a more proper land. Grant the Council for New England was in English company. That did go ahead and make that grant in sixteen thirty. This shouldn't be seen as something akin to actual charter. However but rather was is a more official acknowledgement that the colony did in fact have a right to exist? It did further establish borders for the Plymouth Colony. which would help to prevent future at your border? Disputes Between Plymouth and Massachusetts eight more proper constitution and legal system was implemented in sixteen thirty six as opposed to the previously used mayflower compact compact what emerges from this new constitution legal code is a system of government that looks a whole lot like this system in place over Massachusetts. The new government provided for governor as well as a court to be made up of seven assistance like in Massachusetts the freemen of the colony had the right to vote for the assistance and the governor also like in Massachusetts. She sits in order to having those. Those Freeman were required to be member of the church. Logistics would eventually prove that Plymouth like Massachusetts had to adopt a more representative tentative system as the Plymouth colony grill more and more towns sprung up further and further away from the original settlement. Just like what occurred. In the bay colony this necessitated that each of these east Halston two representatives to attend the General Court meetings. This helped ensure that the surrounding towns had some form of representation when the distance between the towns and the original settlement grew you too large to make attending the general court widely accessible through the use of representatives it was much easier to ensure the towns on the edges of the colony received a fair voicing. Government don't Plymouth would have contact involvement with the other con- around New England as we have already seen they were a participant in the war. Though they didn't really do much in the way of any actual fighting hiding we will see in a future episode that they would also become a member of the New England Confederation in Sixteen Forty Three Plymouth. Well not totally isolated or anything like that was happy enough. Not being the center of the New England world. If John winthrop was interested in trading Massachusetts into some kind of shining beacon appeared in ways that pilgrims and Plymouth. I just wanted to be left alone to do their own thing. For the most part at least up until King Philip's war which we will discuss next season they got their wish. William Bradford himself is going to continue to dominate their political system. Right up until his death in sixteen fifty seven as a flannel postscript on the situation regarding the legitimacy of Plymouth I want to make a few points which which may seem minor right now but will be big deal in the future. The language that Plymouth receives is absolutely not a charter. In Fact Plymouth is never going to get an official royal charter charter from King. This is in contrast to the other New England colonies who by sixteen eighty six had charters directly from England when we reached the dominion of New England. At the end of the next season. This is going to be an important distinction that will separate Plymouth from the other. New England colonies. The consequences of not having an official royal charter will ultimately approve catastrophic for the Plymouth Colony. Whoever that is all a story for next season okay? I think that she give you all a much better idea of what's been going on in Plymouth since the last time we saw them. Well the far more impactful events were happening over in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. These settlers down Plymouth would just keep doing their thing with as little intrusion Truyen as possible next time we are going to keep working through the political developments of these sixteen thirties and forties. Much like this week's episode that is going to see us spend most of our time in a single place team the Connecticut where we are going to examine the importance of the fundamental order of Connecticut. We will also take a brief amount amount of time to jump on over to Rhode Island and see what all of our favorite outcasts are up to so with that I will see you back here

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This is the only sports talk show that features a Rhode Scholar. But he ain't here today now that direct tittle. Thank you for that. Welcome back to the show to the coast to coast around the world on American Forces Radio Network as well coming to you from my home in the East Bay and I believe coming from his home in the East Bay is comedian. Paul conyers is a brand new CD from uproar entertainment and it is above the fray. Paul where are you right now? what's up brick? Yes I am in the East Bay. I'm in my lovely Condo in Concord Just NESTLED RIGHT NEXT TO WALNUT CREEK. Pleasant Hill that'll chestnut by Concord Bart. Yeah pretty close like ten minutes away all right. I'm going to need an address. Displaying all right cool. Let's get endeavors. Congratulations on the album. Because I know it's a it's a long road and you think about you know you go to a comedy club to answer phones or to wait tables and then maybe they give you a mike and then maybe they let your host and then maybe they let you feature and then to get an album but not just to get an album. But from the Dros and family I mean there are the ones that signed Richard Pryor. How cool is that? Yeah I said it was Pretty Wild. I remember when Droz in the producer came up to me. He was like you know who I am. I was like okay. Like you're GonNa not like that the answer at all but no. I don't I do not know. But yeah he you know he was like well produced. Richard Pryor I eleven albums and Like okay that's great and I was like Richard Pryor and you didn't think that was funny but After that we had a great relationship. Who was. Maybe you know when you are opening featuring because I know you've been down here at COBB's and punch and you've done rooster t and you've done the mattress store up there the punchline and sack so yeah who who was a comedian or to that. 'cause Burke told me that some guy told him you're funny. Don't quit and that that helped. Who are the ones that said they keep at it? You know I mean for a while there are sort of local legends around here told me The I was actually at the punchline for the last weekend before it closed because of the pandemic Enda I was actually a hosting for for Josh sneed. Who the amazing comics of play golf. Every country's gotta drive our special and stuff and And we had. We had a great conversation and I was like man. I just don't know what comedy is. GonNa look like after all this new. He just said you know whatever it looks like you should be part of it. So that's right. You know little things like that. Those those things are kind of push you through. You know all the all the muck and budget like Mike and Playing in front of like to disinterested people at a bar on occasions day. Well the other thing is. Maybe this isn't very pc to bring up. But I look at Comedians. Like Joe List has been on that flakes. I'm Mark Norman. Who's been on comedy Central and Sam? Merill who is in the joker. All three of those guys have put their specials out on youtube because nobody wants a straight white guy so it have you faced. I know we had a good run for a few thousand years but no one wants a straight white guy. Have you run up against that man all right? What's what's the most diplomatic way? I can still selling album Let me think I honestly I really like it. Just doesn't bother me that much. I I mean you know I like I. I love playing you. Know like predominantly urban rooms or whatever I I enjoy that I like when I'm Kinda the odd man out or you know I like you know when the woman decade stacked against wants to think they've got all the advantages and You know yeah that has been the case for guide that looked like me for about two millennia. Now but Yeah you know if the World Wigan for something else I say bring on and I'll just have to be that much better so I I'm I'm cool very good answer very diplomatic the line pretty well I well. You COULDA Gone Super Woke. Said you know what don't buy my album. Screw people like me. Yeah the album was originally going to be called day woke and then I had a couple of comics like you really. Don't WanNa do that. No doubt about it. We're speaking with Paul Conyers. His new album called above the fray. Can you I mean listen you can? Aminov many you want will. He's not copyrighted. What what made you decide with That title Oh my gosh must tiny with my it was my manager drove our producers and me we went through twelve rounds of just you know we just had different ideas of what it was supposed what it should be and I like I feel like I spent more time naming album than I did making it and it was. It was while I think eventually we got to above the fray and like okay. That's a play on words of my height. I'll take that it's sort of like above the fray sort of its actual meaning is that he's sort of like don't concern yourself with other people's problems the which is sort of like the attitude of the album and I do specifically make fun of the band fray in the in the album so I was like you know what fine. Let's go with it. The it's the most lasted answer or the most placid like name we come up with what's his what's his name. The thing and get out of it was the last hurdle of the rate so It's the one that I was like. Yeah I don't hate it. Let's do it so I just wonder like. Where are you now as terms of just getting after it because some people will say look? I'm going to move to New York and try and be a seller comedian. Or I'm going to do everything I do to get to to J. F. NFL in Toronto. Or I'm going to go to Hollywood. I mean where are you right now are you? Do you have a regular job and is a side thing? We'll what were you at. Well I have a day job And I do. I did copywriting different For different companies that I work from home so You know when when we're not under a ten denic I spend I probably spend about twice as much time doing stand up and Dan related stuff than my day job So my day are pretty full for the for the most part but I'm in the Bay now and I'm happy there I mean this was really hoping this was going to be sort of a big year for me. I mean it already is i. I was able to put out the album. That was cool. I know a lot of comments. They get super laser focused on New York or la or whatever get a late night spot or whatever. My my next thing was was Shooting toward A late night spot and I really hoping put a lot and make a lot of headway in twenty twenty. I mean we'll just kinda see how long it lasts but I was GONNA yeah. I was Gonna she her late night and then we'll kind of see what develops after that that was. That was the the trajectory that I was working towards very call. And plus you know you talk about people with credits when they bring you up. And they'll say he was on Fallon Kimmel. What have you you can say? I won the world series of comedy satellite ground. Let's be clear. Not I want a satellite around in Sacramento at last someone in my favorite club on the planet and That was that last year. Yeah I got to the pop eight in in the country last year of and my buddy who had never competed in the world of comedy before I mean he's a great comedy never did competition before he kinda came in with me like okay. I'll give it a try. And of course he won the whole thing so I do not like him at all. Do you when you're performing like when you did last for life. That was a benefit for suicide prevention. Here in the city. And you're closer is if you're closer is like I jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge. I mean you can't do that joke right. Yeah yeah you gotta you gotTa ran it in? That's the that's the thing with. You know private gigs or corporate games you Kinda have to compartmentalize that stuff and you know. Sometimes you gotta you gotta be able to cut off the bed and so make it work. If it's not morbid or you know you have to take out curse words. That's sort of you know 'cause that's where that's where the money then like these private gigs and stuff like that. So yeah you can't say Yeah and then you know then I just picked up the gun and fired and it's like okay. Well this is prevent gun violence. So maybe cut that off So you have to be careful with that but I mean it's pretty easy the whole time. I'm out there at a corporate event. I'm just running like I'm saying the word but in my head it's it's all the words that I'm not supposed to say kind of swirling around and I'm really trying to keep a plug on the whole thing. You know those corporate events. Comedians always tell me like beforehand. There's always some guy who runs up and whispers. Y- make sure to tell Stephen Accounting cheats on his wife and Bob. Hr's coke seen and that guy gay but he's in the closet and then you go up there and do it and no one laughs and you've ruined everyone's life. Have you ever had that? I know people are like okay. You GotTa make sure like you. GotTa do this like bubble. This is like a whole inside joke. You got to do that and I mean. Sometimes they're good idea. 'cause the thing is like a corporate. Gig A lot of times you know if if that like a big gala dinner banquet and everyone. This is worth a whole company kind of letting their hair down. They're having some drank your material like a lot of times. They just don't want to hear it. It can be your a you know totally polished. You Know Comedy Club Ready. And they don't care because they're there to party and have a good time and oh yeah the boss comic for forty five minutes. Let's just get through this so I mean you do like it is a good idea to find a way to make it about them. You really like I just what I do. I just pick out a guy that I think is like really attractive and single and then I try to hook them up with someone else in the office and it works every time and then if I may be so bald you got Kinda that Hollywood. Look so have you thought about TV movies things like that. Yeah I mean I guess I guess I kinda do I I I wouldn't mind. I mean I guess I'll make twenty million dollars in a Martin movie if I have to but You know it. It sounds like fun. I mean you know. And and it's a great mechanism to bolster you're standing. I mean look what do you find the right vehicle like pat and you got needed came in Queens like eight years and you know that that really elevated his status so I mean yeah I would. I would one hundred percent do that. And and thank you for remarking how attracted by because that doesn't come through on the radio and I that that's the one takeaway I want your listeners. Had from this conversation I think you really want them to know that you're seven to write that. Yeah I if I can drive that point. Home to people. Top Ninety nine percentile in height Don't hate I kind of I got it all people. I don't know what to tell you I just. I just checked every box on the way out and you your whole life. Not If you played basketball people just said. Where did you play basketball right? Oh God Yeah I. The thing is I didn't even play in high school and So but people when you're like you know when you're like six foot five and high school and you know that that was before you put on any like muddles. I just look even stringer and Taller and people. Just look at you like. You're the devil if you are. You don't play basketball like all right. Fine I'll learn to play and then I ended up getting a college scholarship so That that honest shut him up. All right Remember UPROAR COMEDY CD DOT COM or. Just go to apple music. Lots of places to download Paul Conyers. Debut album called above the fray. When this all gets going again have the headliners that come to my show When you start a headline man or even before that screwed you gotta album come on into the studio we love to have you. I would love that man. That would be great. Yeah I was supposed to be in Indiana this weekend. I was supposed to be doing back-back headlining weekends out there So it was very exciting. 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Can I be real with you right now? I mean like really really real. Yes I just thought about going out there for the second half and a little bit of p came out rick tittle. You done broke my heart but I still take you back you hell a fine Hella fan girl. Hey how about this before we go to our number. Three Robert Kraft New England. Patriots owner has auctioned off his championship ring from Super Bowl. Fifty one with all the proceeds going to the all in challenge. It's a digital fundraiser. To feed people struggling in the United States during the pandemic and of course that was the Super Bowl where they were down twenty eight to three to Atlanta with six minutes left third quarter Atlanta. Still can't believe how they choke that neither can I but He has sold it and he has sold it for one million twenty five thousand dollars. The winning bidder will also get to pick it up from craft in his office at Gillette Stadium and all of the proceeds will go to that project which is part of Feeding America. Part of meals on wheels world central kitchen. No Kid Hungry. And if you think about what is now called the very pc food insecurity. It is a mounting issue but This is the fifth of crap. Somebody extension Tom Brady's six super bowl rings that he has so he could have just written a check. He didn't have to sell ring but I don't know that's pretty cool. I'm Rick Tuttle. Come on back. You're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's the topic new service door newscasts for maybe twenty first twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. President trump Wednesday threatened to halt federal funding to Michigan and Nevada over the distribution of absentee ballots in those states amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. That has left more than nine hundred thousand Americans dead that from. Aol Both Michigan and Nevada. Arkansas potential swing states in November. A wall notes the trump's threat to halt the funding we. She should hours after floods forced the evacuation of about ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop or decide a legal basis for the action meantime word that Ohio groups trying to put ballot measures before voters in November will not have to go door to door looking for support and federal judge ruled this week. Not Because of the covid nineteen pandemic the state must allow petition signatures to be gathered electronially ambush collection deadline. Back to July thirty. First Tony Web is with ohioans force secure and fair elections which is pursuing a package of voting. Lommel changes she says. The risk of spreading corona virus has hampered the campaign's efforts because that would create a health risk to the signature collectors and to the potential finals. The only way that we could really show the amount of grassroots support we needed to get access to the ballot would be to go online. We're folks are right now and give them the opportunity to find our petition. The an electron electric method. However Secretary of state. Frank larose plans to appeal. The decision a spokeswoman told reporters the petition requirements set and the Ohio Constitution and decisions on changing them belong to the General Assembly and the People Mary Sherman reporting this story was produced in association with media and the public interest and funded in part by the George Gun Foundation and you may equate religious activism with heavy topics like abortion but various church leaders. Wisconsin are now calling on Congress to take more action for those affected by the pandemic. Here's White Moen. Some of the stimulus money set aside by federal law makers has gone to churches impacted by the economic downturn in Wisconsin. There's been a push by some faith leaders for Congress to ensure that any more stimulus funding not necessarily go to churches but for people still struggling to get by the Reverend Kerry Parker of the Wisconsin Council of Churches says. It's not about stoking political tension but rather seeking institutional change. It's not quite as visible as these. These major efforts that you see in other places But nevertheless we're there all the time trying to work for change that will benefit the most vulnerable people among us. A group. Parker leaves includes more than thirty member churches from various denominations across the state. The Council says Congress should authorize more stimulus funding. That can help stay governments. Avoid Steve Budget cuts while helping vulnerable residents? Deal with key expenses. This is penis as the nation shifts from pause to go. The Guardian reports forecasts from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business Model predicts cove in nineteen cases or reach five point four million and a death hole in the. Us could be two hundred ninety thousand by July. The twenty fourth that if states fully reopened without any social distancing measures in comparison the model predicts nearly two hundred thirty thousand deaths by the same date. July twenty fourth if states reopen but individuals do maintain their social distancing efforts ball cases of corona virus going in Washington state or take it off reports. Racial disparities increasingly are being laid bare. According to The Washington State Department of Health White people are sixty eight percent of the state's population but make up forty three percent of cases. Meanwhile thirteen percent of the state is Hispanic but they represent thirty six percent of cases. African Americans are four percent of the population but seven percent of cases. Sarah Beca with Seattle based Economic Opportunity Institute says essential workers disproportionately people of color faced with greater economic insecurity. They actually face quite a grim choice either to expose themselves daily to the virus or to lose their job and their ability to meet the needs and pay for a roof over their heads. Fillet says structural. Racism is a major reason. People of color are more likely to be exposed to in contract. The virus reports of Anti Asian discrimination have risen during the pandemic korean-american novelist. Jazz lease says it has been incredibly upsetting to see the rise in anti Asian violence the attacks including young children and elderly folks highly disturbing even here in a very diverse city in the bay area toll to go back to China. I can handle ignorant. Toss but you never know what's going to turn. Violent at Farley was brown tells us the Texas Oyster Industry has struggled in recent years because of overfishing hurricanes floods but a new program could be a boon for consumers and the Gulf economy the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission will vote today to adopt rules that govern how people are allowed to grow oysters in cages in state waters Lance Robinson heads the agency's Coastal Fisheries Division and says many states have practiced MIRA culture for decades. He says he believes both consumers and the Texas economy will benefit. It creates another avenue for individuals who want to be in the Commercial Seafood Industry. Another way to produce that seafood product. That really is destined for a very unique market high demand high dollar market. I'm rise Brown. Texas was last remaining Gulf of Mexico. State that did not allow Oyster Miracle Ter- until twenty nineteen. This is Mike Clifford for public. Do Service where remember a listener supported and online at public service DOT? Org Oh my gosh. He's so fine. Rick tittle brings home the Bacon. Fry It up in a pan and then he eats it. Ricky in the his official is not thank you for that and welcome back to the show. Tila with you. Astronaut Mike Massimino will be on coming up after a break. We got NASCAR's tight dylan as well. He'll be coming up at eleven forty the SEC announced this morning that athletes will be allowed on campus for workouts beginning June as campuses had been off limits going back to mid March of course when everything shut down in the pandemic and so the conference established the return to activity and medical guidance force the RTA A. M. G. T. F. which has established a lot of guidelines. Which are they have to be consistent with their state and local recommendations by FRAC- Sankey the SEC? Commissioner says the say that healthy healthy return of our student. Athletes Coaches administrators in greater university communities. Have been and will continue to service our guiding principle as we navigate this complex and constantly evolving situation so some of the measures are educate educate on health and wellness practices. Okay that means wash your hands. Stay away from each other. A screening process for student athletes prior to arriving on campus within seventy two hours of answering facilities and a daily basis once normal activities. Resume mean taking your temperature Testing individuals showing symptoms of Covid nineteen and isolating them and those suspected of being infected. Yikes at transition period for athletes to return to normal athletic activities so in addition to imminent reopening of the facilities the SEC also announced that waiver allowing eight hours of virtual film review have been extended through June thirtieth football and basketball. So listen this is a step towards college football and college basketball. And those are the biggest revenue producers. Folks all right one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play to get in big shut up to our military listening on the American Forces Radio Network. A great job stay safe. I'm rick that'll come on by check things all the time like your email every ten seconds or your XS instagram. 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And welcome back to the show to the with you around the world on American Forces Radio Network as well and it's a big week when it comes to Things going on in outer space as we like to say beginning on Monday. There's a two hour documentary on the Science Channel. Called at NASA and spacex journey to the future. It'll air the next day on discovery. And then the biggie. On Wednesday the twenty seven two PM Eastern eleven o'clock out here space launch live America returns to space and this is gonNA capture the launch of space XS crew on the Dragon. Capsule joining us to talk about that. As veteran astronaut and spacewalker Mike Mass Amino. Who's this is the third time in about a month? Mike? We're going to have to start paying. You know my friend really thank goodness kind of slow virus. No doubt now. Here's the thing I didn't know and I admit my ignorance. I thought SPACEX Elon. Musk and NASA didn't team up but I'm wrong here aren't I? Oh yeah they That David teaming up for a while When we lost the space shuttle we've lost the capability to fly people to to space but also cargo and so for a couple of years. We had no to even get cargo. We were depending on our international partners. To in with a contract with SPACEX. Another another company called over the side says we started launching cargo a few years ago. So SPACEX has been providing launch services to the space station for cargo and for other satellites and so on working with NASA for years. Now but this different thing that's different now is that we're going to be flying people For the first time on a SPACEX vehicle. So that's the thing we hear about this Russian monopoly and look there's no government and outer space and they're all scientists. Are you know brothers and sisters? What have you but you know. There's a Russian flag on the sleeve and there's an American flag on asleep. So does it personally the kind of thing? Hey it's been long enough. We need to get some Yankee doodle. Dandy is up there yeah I think so absolutely if nothing else Another way to get the space for the past nine years we have been. We've only had one way to get there and that was been the Russian Soyuz when we had the space shuttle system we had We had the shuttle and we had We had the Soyuz. And now we've been relying totally on the Soyuz And we all. The Americans had flown putting their friend. Chris he was up there now. I had to go to Kazakhstan lunch on that Russian vehicle. Which is which is okay. But it's a whole different story launching from the United States and the sense of The sense of the whole Culture down here at the Kennedy Space Center and they've been so launching things they just haven't been launching people Since twenty eleven but that's starting to awaken again And it's it's really exciting to see that happening And it's it's I think it's very special especially for American astronauts to the watch again from the United States. You can invite a lot of people can attend It was very difficult to get family and friends over the Kazakhstan for those launch. It just didn't have the same the same appeal to it. I I don't think And also in not reliant on on just one source or just one other country to help us you know we. Now will have SPACEX and hopefully Boeing and not too much further along this year also be launching astronauts and who knows the the administrator of NASA? Now is teacher minded and wants to have even more companies involved sending people to stay so this could open up a whole a whole new set of opportunities that we could only dream about before. I remember and I think it was two thousand one where we gathered around at the office here and watched on our computers. A little postage stamp size screen of the launch in Kazakhstan of the Sirius satellite. I mean that's the only place that they were going to get it up really up more. Yeah more questions for Mike Massimino I remember during the Clinton administration when all the military bases are being closed that he was thinking about getting rid of NASA. Was that ever a real thing that ever get close. I what I heard And this is a little bit before my time. I was finishing up Grad school around that time and then went to work in the in the for a government at the Johnson. Space Center Bernard for NASA. And from what? I remember that was going on at that time. Was that the space station. was primarily an American space station up till that point and it was had a lot of cost overruns than it was maybe not doing as well as people had thought and so the change was was made to make it an international space station and it would seem that the the cooperation with the Russians was seen as something of value and that sort of got it through Congress. I hearing testing my memory here. It was so long ago now but but I think it was and I don't necessarily pay always pay attention. Everything going on politically there but I think what happened was is that. It's very narrowly passed through the Senate and I what what set appeal was not only to get a station up there but also get an international agreement together into work with the Russians because at that point. Yeah it was. It was very close. Only a couple of years after the deterring of the government and from communism from the Soviet Union to to Russia a few years earlier and they wanted to try to get a friendly way to work together and certainly spe says and we work very well with our Russian counterparts particularly at the astronaut-cosmonaut little. There's no issues. Sometimes our governments might have a different story but But yeah it was pretty close. I think what's really going to get NASA. I think it was more that the space station was in danger and with international cooperative agreement so it was able to say very well all right. Let's talk about what the Dragon Capsule is going to do. You got some veteran astronauts Bob Bankin and Doug Hurley. These guys are friends. And you know this isn't a tesla with a mannequin. At these are real guys. What are they going to be doing when they go up their their job is to is to to be test pilots on this? Doug is a is a military test pilot. Marine Corps aviator went to test pilot. School was a test pilot. BOB is Is An airforce guy. He was a test flight engineer. He's also got a PhD. We call them. Dr Bob 'cause it's kind of a PhD. A civilian he was a military guy with a that. A little more unusual in the astronaut. Office a real smart guy but also went to test by school And so both of them have been through test pilot school there. There are veterans of Of A couple of flights each on the space shuttle and On This I. This flight is primarily a test flight. In fact it is a template. Just see how the how the the vehicle performs they're going to send it through its paces because they're Like minded Test pilots. They'll be. They'll know what to look for. They'll be making taking notes and making observations and and seeing how it handles and any problems with the systems or anything that could be better and lessons learned to handle. And that's what they think about is how to test vehicle and that's what we do and they'll be doing this one and space and this is this isn't just going up and coming back. They're going to be up there awhile right. Yeah it's it's it's not as we're not exactly sure how long they gotta be up. There could be anywhere from around thirty days to like one hundred. Nineteen days and So they're going to be up at least for a month or so and maybe longer a lot of it depends on The next launch of the of the of SPACEX. 'cause IT'S GONNA THEY WANNA get another another SPACEX vehicle up with a with a crew That it's going to stay on space station for more like six months. And so based on how all that works out logistically They may come back earlier or later but I think I think the idea is to try to keep them up there as long as they can get as much data on how the vehicle doesn't vacuum of space. Because the things got to be able to do well while doc for a while you gotta stay alive in the in the high radiation Vacuum of space in order to get get people home so I think they would like to extend mission as long as they can but right now which is kind of unusual. Usually you have an idea that when we come back and then that can change seems to change a little bit but in this case they really have an open ended timeframe on us and that really sure exactly when we come back so when they come back to they come back and land like the shuttle or do they come back in a little pod with parachutes like the Apollo guys. Yeah this is more. Like the pod The shuttle was a very interesting spaceship. We're not you know we haven't talked too much about the shuttle doing a lot of interviews wreck but role talking about this new space but if you look at at The the shuttle is amazing. That could carry. A lot of payload had a huge payload they could carry seven astronauts and was able to service the telescope. They tell scope of mine business build a space station. Did all those things. They could bring a lot of people back in a lot of cargo back. We brought a Lotta stuff back and landed on a runway So that made it a really cool but also a bit of inexpensive and as we. We learned a little dangerous to having to do all of those things in a very complicated complex ways with this new vehicle. It's similar in in shape but it sort of to what we've had before including the Soyuz spacecraft before there's more like a blunt body but we used to call the castle A BLUNT BODY SPACECRAFT. And that they will land on the ocean so They will be recovered at Sea. Not too far from the Kennedy Space Center. So that's what the plan is for for this. He'll come down in a parachute landing ocean and recovery ship. We'll go get him well super exciting times. Especially if they're a little bit of a dormant period we're GONNA have Americans back and space remember to check it out Wednesday the twenty seventh. It's going to be on both discovery and science channels around two. Pm Eastern Eleven am Pacific. And we've been speaking with veteran astronaut. Our Buddy Mike Massimino Mike. Thanks so much for coming on. I know you're going to be a part of it. Glennon your expertise and your insights. We're looking forward to seeing it and thanks again man. They Rick I wrote appreciate. It's always fun to talk with you. And thanks for the interest and and to everyone listening Good luck hanging there and And I hope I hope you got a jolt of inspiration from what's going to happen on Wednesday. It's going to be an exciting day. Very cool. Can't wait for that all right. We'll take a quick break and we'll come back on sports. Hi I'm Dr Robert Clapper Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Cedars Sinai Medical Group in Los Angeles California dedicated to your health. Your life and your sports as a weekend warrior. You know about sports injuries and pain. Exercise is an important element and keeping your body's core in good shape to minimize sports injuries. But when you are in pain there is one product. I recommend to my patients and that is blue. 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Wheel quickly head on into the oncoming car. I can anticipate the explosion. The sound of shattering glass flames rising out of the flying gasoline right. Well I've to go now because I I'm due back on planet Earth Rick tittle the man that Rick till know who the man is and he slapped his white fanny. That's what I do us. Lap Them fannies. Welcome back to the show rick to with you. We're GONNA HAVE NASCAR's tied Dylan in the next seven but lines are open so on in so yesterday the owners in the NFL came up with some new rules and a dramatic rule. Change pretending to onside. Kicks could be coming if it gets approved. The Eagles were the team that proposed a rule would give the teams and alternative option to the onside kick. And we've talked about this but what it is instead of trying to recover an onside kick which almost never happens and his deemed dangerous because you have bunch of guys come in hell bent for election. And then you've got the other guys stand they're going. Those teams will now have the option of attempting to convert a fourth and fifteen from their own twenty-five. If they get it well they get it and were back in action. If they don't get it. The other team gets possession from where the play and now this is one of these things. Where if you're the team taken the onside kick you really want this rule and if you're the team receiving it you think this is the stupidest real you've ever heard in your life and you hate it and you don't want it the thing is you don't know who you're GonNa be so for the rule to pass. Now you need a three quarters vote and this vote is going to happen in six days. Thirty two owners that means twenty four. We'll have to officially say yes now. Nfl owners don't usually approved dramatic. Rule changes the colts had a proposal in two thousand. Fifteen about the nine point touchdown. Do you remember that now? Remember last year. The broncos proposed A rule Kinda like this onside kick thing and then it got shot down but if you don't remember the The Jim irsay thing. Jimmer say In two thousand five or sorry in. Twenty fifteen came out with a lot of things and he said no more challenge flags okay He said Every play should be replayed automatically. Okay he said more cameras. He said he wanted the extra point to be from the fifteen yard line. He kinda got his wish there. He talked about bonus field goals. What'S ABUNDANCE FIELD GOAL? He said well. If you convert a two point conversion then you get a chance to take a field goal from the fifty yard line to get one more point remember. I say was found driving around with the bottle of pills. Once that saying these coincide. I'm just mentioning it. saying that Punt formations that. You don't get to lineup to keep people from blocking hunt. You have to leave gaps. Okay the overtime rule you know. Both teams should get the ball no matter what that eventually got passed. The defenseless receivers after an interception. We've seen some of that Numbers saying that. No linebacker can be forty to forty nine which is really weird And Earth say also said if you have a retractable roof no matter even if it's snowing or you're in a monsoon or it's a million degrees outside you have to open the roof at halftime. Yeah so let's just say I say was a little bit crazy but a big reason. The Competition Committee didn't like this idea last year is because they just thought that the that you still thought that the onside kick had a chance. But we've done some more research on it. The new rule would be that players won't be able to get a running start that will make it almost impossible to recover an onside kick if you don't get a running start but the recovery rate in Two thousand seventeen was twenty one percent which I find bizarre but once they put in the no running it got down to seven percent. So look what's more exciting. An onside kick or a fourth and fifteen. Obviously the fourth and fifteen is way more exciting. You'RE GONNA see a guy dropped back and we'll they rush three. Well they rush to and go into a prevent or will they bring the house? They'll probably go more pre event but I mean last year in the NFL. Only to onside. Kicks were successful. Which you know. It's basically kind of a throwaway play you know. I remember my little brother. When he played he was a wide receiver for his community college team and they were in a bowl game which they lost because the safety choked he went for an interception as time expired at bounced off his chest the other guy got it and he went for a touchdown that was butte college. Aaron Rodgers College much later Bucolic. Against Contra colleges a heartbreaker he could let the ball hit the turf. He could knocked down but he went for the pick and L. Choko but I remember view had an onside kick in that game. My brother was on the hands team and afterwards I said I was praying. They wouldn't kick it to you so you wouldn't be the goat. He's like that's messed up man. I was praying. They would because I knew I would get it okay. That's cool but if you're wondering how this plays going to be officiated. All normal rules apply so if the defense got called for a defensive holding. That's a five yard penalty penalty and an automatic first down. How about that? And if the offense got penalized they wouldn't be allowed to then kick off after the penalties enforce they'd have to run a four thousand play. From a new line of scrimmage fourth and twenty five from the fifteen now this sounds somewhat familiar. Remember the alliance. Did something kind of get in the AF which lasted what three weeks. Instead of an onside kick they were allowed a fourth in twelve from their own twenty eight. The catch was in the AF that the team the team. Those only allows to exercise that if they were trailing by seventeen or more points or it was under five minutes left in the game and so the first ever site. Conversion attempt was a wild success. And I think that the NFL took no on that excitement so in the NFL. The play could be attempted after any score. According to this rule. And just say you know we wanna rub it in? We're up thirty points. We would like now to go ahead and instead of kicking it off to you. We're going to hold onto the ball and we're going to go for a fourth fifteen. I think this should be more like a fourth and twenty five and you'd say well then it would really have no conversion rate. I. I don't have a lot of sympathy for teams that sock teams that are losing. They're losing because they're losing your getting beat that's on you. Well we want more chances why you suck when my team loses. We were the better Reggie Miller. We were the better team. The Pacers were the better team than the Bulls will. No one gives a damn because you lost about that. Come on back back. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad News is you're one step closer to becoming your parents soon. You'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra. Groceries are exiled forever. Remember that frozen lasagna. Of course you don't. It's been down there since two thousand eight good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance basic. 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Well it is always a great to talk to a real live NASCAR driver and over the years of got to have many of them on the show and so let's go ahead and welcome tyrod now. The driver of the number thirteen geico. Chevrolet CAMARO Z L one one L. E. for Germain racing and tie. Welcome to the show and you know a lot of times you know. We Star car racing because they are stock cars. But there's something a little extra when you talk about a Camaro I mean you're pretty lucky to have basically the coolest car out. There might not wrong. Yeah I agree the Camaro one one. La is probably one of the coolest cars drive car in. Nascar artist is very fun. And it's been a very far as well so yeah. It's quite quite the honor. I'd say so the Coca Cola six hundred I mean. How much have you guys been champing at the bit? I mean we saw a couple of guys get into trouble for playing video so I mean getting behind the wheel. This is a lot better. Isn't it yeah? I think we're all excited to be doing the real thing and Having her first two races already on this past Sunday with We're big for our sport quite unique circumstances of no practice or no lapse at all except for the last one of the race. And we'll be doing it again this weekend. on Sunday for the Coca Cola hundred and back on Wednesday and race again so It's been very exciting to action Back to back. We've never gone so many days in a row with with racing Which Been Pretty Fun? As far as you know proven ability and your physical fitness as a racecar driver I know last year the Coca Cola hundred for five and a half hours I average heart rate of one hundred fifty and For those who run or or watch hardaway when they workout. It's it's quite the workout so Us driving you quite a bit of work in preparation for Going so many races in a row and It's an important part of being racer driver. That's absolutely outstanding. And you you you bring that up because a lot of people think well you know race car drivers you know they're not breaking a sweat and it's like you couldn't be more wrong and not only that your your hand eye coordination seeing things that we see at sixty miles per hour. You're seeing at one hundred sixty miles per hour the anticipation if you I mean. It's not too much to say that if you blink and you miss it that could cost you everything. Yeah exactly I think. Race car drivers. You're you know you grow to the highest level. You're processing thing You making tenths of a second show a second a full second in your brain and and processing very quickly and You know you lost ten minutes second If you're outside the rates call you're trying to to blink or You know click a stop watch fashion. You possibly can. You can't do it in a tenth of a second so That's how fast to get the processing your mind out there trying to make quick decisions at two hundred miles per hour when we're two three wide very intense and I think people don't really get to see that as much until they get involved in our sport and what they really can get past the point of cars going around the circle and they start learning about our sport they realize how difficult it really is and I think at the funding about our sport. There's an endless not acknowledge that you can dive into and really become such a fan of our sport isn't a if you go. You know when people look at the odds and they'll say that you know Hamlin's racing in well but then you got harvick and kyle busch true ex chase Elliott the favorites in your mind Do you think well those guys? Yeah Man. They're they're the favorites for a reason or do you think you know what every race is. Its own thing. I got just to get his chances any of those guys. Certainly I actually have the car date my second win races but You know certainly. Those guys are favorite for reading. Like you said there's different circumstances throughout the field There's a guy breaking for teams. That have you know. Four to five hundred employees. Compared to our team we have forty seven Whereas smaller team a little bit smaller budder probably twenty percent of the budget. That those guys run on and we're having to do things that are different level to try to compete and we and we have to hit right. Circumstances are game is a long gaming improve our team and and grow our team overtime and and our goals might not look the same as but we can win on the racetrack and not actually have a trophy. I think last couple of weeks throughout the twentieth big for our team. We've improved over the last four years and you driving for jemaine racing Potentially from what our team and thin and we'll just focused on continually getting better and I think in our sport if you can start averaging around the top. Ten finish at motorized racetracks. You're going to have to win. So that's our goal is to get to avenue top right now. We're probably averaging eighteenth to nineteenth in which is a substantial lead for our team over the past you know overtime won't get that top ten and and be able to win There's a lot of circumstances like I said that. Go into our sports and for people. Outside the sports you can know every search Every every circumstance it to provide even better entertainment for you. I can t one hundred team like ours is is starting on the front row last one day and getting delete lap and what that really means for our organization myself They're a big story. I don't always talked about sports. Like focus a lot on the winners each week. 'cause there's one winner in thirty nine years but there's a lot of great stories throughout the peel very well set a couple more questions for. Nascar driver tied Dylan lucky number thirteen. I know that With your gyco Chevy Camaro. You're going to have a special military paint job and you know with Memorial Day on Monday. I guess this is pretty fitting. Isn't it really? Isn't that something? That's so special about NASCAR. We'd be so much to those out of ourselves and the on in the Darlington Races. We had You know the frontline heroes on our college again and we had great heroes in our car and then we can in the past. We've We've always had servicemembers on a cause for fourth of July and Memorial Day and catching something special that Nascar really lead the way in. We represent another one this weekend and also gyco military paint team kind of You know built in honor of of all those who have fought perfect and men and women across the country and such a great great time to show appreciation to them and Unfortunately we don't get to having having been at the race track go round but we'll definitely honoring on the car on the racetrack is but you know when you when you're in a small team like Germain a one car team and last year you finished every race which is almost unheard of everything has to go right. How proud of you that That accomplishment that the no d-fs yes very proud of that You know I think we were ninety. Nine point five or something. Lots complete team in any for building program which is propelled into this year which was great momentum unfortunately we started off the year anniversary And had a deep so But that was Daytona. You never know what you're GONNA get at that place but you know you certainly you start worrying about not worrying about focusing on having approaches finishing all the races you can build a program and and that's been something that's been important to me as a driver somebody who is there at the end of the race the best finish. I can and You know I think we're got great job with that and and like I've been saying this our goal. The team continue to grow and grow up out destroying race cars. Every weekend. I have to be inefficient racecar drivers so that one day when we do You know have everything capable of being the exact facts on the race track and go out and tap allies and when we got two weeks so it's a long term approach to racing but I think it's one that pays off the very cool and for people who don't know it's in your blood this sport and I sometimes wonder with your your grandfather and the hall of fame in your data driver as well how much this is hereditary and how much I mean obviously you put in the hard work but you see things that US normal. Humans don't see and for some reason it's in your blood. Do you ever kind of think about that like what? You've you've got through just your genes. Yeah I think just being raised around right to my whole life. I've been a lot of good example the whole examples. I've been able to learn and you also have to go through your own journey as low and I think probably the most important thing for me. It's been my own personal journey through racing as brought me to where I am now and I feel like in my fourth year and a cup series best year. Ever mentally and physically. I've ever ban and I only look forward to more in in that area Your expenses is a great thing in life and and then also putting yourself out there to to you know humble yourself as well and focus on getting better in your own mind and skin Is Important so those are all kinds of my approaches. Then in like yeah like he said I have been around it my whole life. He is different but got a wealth of knowledge. Just by listening to others and being around it But also you have to kind of walk through it yourself as well and that probably also you think about that as well it probably keeps you from flip and somebody off like chase. Elliott flipped off. Kyle Busch you like. Maybe I shouldn't do that. Yeah you never know you know you get back or you know you ought to try to manage yourself as well as possibly a lot of people out there Sometimes your emotions get the best view. That's that's what's made our sports so special. I think you guys have to show their emotions that they can also not not not making too big and I've seen that You know our sport was built off of people losing their temper and and passion. And there's so much that inside the race cars that would have to let shine through or sports be very entertaining and You know things like that happened is that there's one winter thirty nine losers every weekend. He's thirty nine geyser feeling. They're going home. And sometimes people expect the different very well said again last question for you tie Being being there at Charlotte. That's where we got the idea the the role and up here nor cal. Doma a road race and they're kind of rare and it's weird because we usually think of those as more open wheel cars but the whole concept of the role Vol- which was hey. We're doing a normal race and oops. I better slow down. I got a little road race and then I come back on the open track again. All you can do is embrace it if you WANNA win. You can't Moan about it. So what was your idea when you first saw the Charlotte role track. Would you think of it? That was exactly my approach. Anytime we get something like that a curveball phone hacking brace it and the same approach to Daytona Talladega. Everybody call did a low of the dice base in really try to study learning. You can make it a better opportunity for you succeed and into the is Jeff that I I look at it and up to Take advantage of of road course racing. I think going into places like snowmen walking. But he's guys veterans have good extent The only go to the Young Guy. And then you have to really make big strides going forward and those are tough. Thank you to get up to speed quickly but you to the Robo. One would all on equal playing ground as far as experience and I thought it was a big opportunity. I think we finished inside the you know. Last last year we finish top fifteen And the year before you're going to get another fifteen hundred running and somebody'll ask that but it's been a great shock for us. I'm going back. I love that style of racing. It's very fun. There's ty dillon. Great on the radio. Great on the track. Make sure to check him out number. Thirteen GEICO Chevy Camaros Z. One one Elliott for Germain racing festive. Loctite the Coca Cola. Six hundred man really enjoyed having you on and Let's have you on again sometime soon. Abbott all right. Good stuff ty dillon. Everybody I'm rick. Come on back attention homeowners. Do you have a house? That's in need of serious repairs. Do you have tennis? 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Well what I would do is the title match and I think that the history of wrestling every successful company. It's always built around the world championship. That's what everybody fights for. How many times have you heard people do that interview or they say if you didn't get into wrestling to be the world champion? Why did you get interesting? If you're not here to be the world champion. Why are you even wrestling? We hear stuff like that all the time but if you watch eight to make these comparisons but it's the obvious comparison if you watched me. I mean universal champion is even there half the time when when brock lizards a champion. And there's feuds and there's storylines and this and that but there's never that feeling nowadays with either of those belts that is like the be all end all now. They're trying with drew McIntyre. They're doing a great job with drew. Mcintyre sneeze as the champion but the reality is I mean. It's just not the be all end all and to me. Aws the opportunity having been in business for less than a year. The Awa title is the be all. Endo. That's why you're there everybody in that Stadium Stampede. Match there in aws become the champion granted. They're doing a big crazy wacky Macha. It a football stadium with two rings and all of the other wacky but at the end of the day when that matches over it's right back to wanting to be the champion the young bucks. You want to be the TAG team Champions Chris. Jericho if you're any of guys. I mean even nick and Matt Jackson the other day you want to be the world champion. Cody wants to be the world champion. Although he can't anymore but he constantly brings it up. I can't even fight for that title anymore. Now he wants to fight for for the US or the title. I think that the main event ninety nine percent of the time should always be the world championship. That's it your thoughts Jim. I agree with everything said and the other issue is is. I would tie them together. Let's just say let me just pick something out. Let's say that somehow out of Nowhere Matt Hardy is actually evil and Matt. Hardy helps the inner circle. Win The stadium match on Saturday and then once the champion is able to defeat Brodie Lee. You end the shell with that. Dastardly Matt Hardy Attacking Jon Moxley and then you're off to the races and you can plug in anybody. Jericho whomever but I think I agree with you. In the sense that it needs to go on last but also that they're not exclusive because chances are the person who comes out of that stadium match with the visual Pan or as the visually dominant wrestler will likely be the person who is off to the races with Jon. Moxley for the next pay per view build so I think in that sense I would put the title match on last just to have that exclamation point that yes we saw whomever dominate the stadium match and then we have made it even more apparent by have them envy show somehow fighting or in some sort of confrontation or having some sort of beginning issue with Jon. Moxley somebody else here noted ever since Debbie would two world titles the title has Never Meant Jack. That's true you'll have to world titles and it's weird. Well I want to point out by the way that you know. Even before Corona virus they address reduced the number of house shells and they may or may not ever do how shows again so. It's not like we're in a situation where we have to touring brands and we need a world championship on each brand. I mean the ideal and I've said this dating back to two thousand and two or whatever you know they should if if you have one brand or two brands it doesn't matter but if you have two brands which I think is pointless but if you do there. Should be a touring world champion. Touring take team. Champions a touring intercut it'll champion. Meaning there's one world champion and wwe and he can defend on raw and he can defend on smackdown same with tag and same with intercontinental that increases the value of those belts dramatically. And if you're not doing two tours what he needs to world titles for an aide w they always say it's all about wins and losses so if it's all about wins losses and you have rankings. What's that all about? It's about determining who is the number one contender to be the top guy and the top guy is the champion. You need one world champion and one secondary champion. Who in storyline? That guy's number two. That's it any more than that waters. It down it makes it all less important and I just like the way. They're doing things right now. I Wish W E would get rid of one of those titles. Have you next time? You've got fans unify those titles. And whoever's champion? He goes brand new brand. That's it well. I think it's great that you read. I got email from two thousand one. I think it's really nice of you to do that. Brian wow dude I l my email save Jim. You'd be surprised what I got. You May to check your server. Because I'm pretty sure that came over compuserve because I think we've had two titles what since. Wcw went out of business. I believe we have the world title the WWe titled In Rock hold the WCW title. And well I mean we. We have had some periods where they briefly unified it and then it splits apart again. I'm just glad that person took enough time and thought of nineteen years to finally email you about that topic. That's that's great. I'm curious to think what they thought of Wrestlemanias. Seventeen but we'll get to that maybe in a few more years. Yeah obviously that's that's really the key. There's nothing that matters in. Wwe and everybody who watches for any period of time knows that we know that if you know drew McIntyre losers. Well it'll depend on the booking of the situation and how management feels about him. Whether or not he's going to come back regardless of the story being told or regardless of how the fans think about him same thing with the titles win loss records literally in like the past twenty years. I think the only thing that has ever stuck permanently was Kurt Angle. Losing a hair match to edge. Because he's still bald to this day. Spurs says the NFC takeover shows which have been critically acclaimed have featured matches. It were not for the title but main event like a Gorgon. Oh yes they have and other promotions have done that as well but I still don't like it. The title should go on last. That's why everybody is there. That's the point that's championship. That's what everybody fights for if you if you take it out of the main event position every time you do that. You slightly devalue. The title and the thing with the touring champ is not only one champion going brand two brand make. The tidal seem significantly more important. That's the trophy but it also makes that guy more important because he's special everybody else's stuck on their brand and they can't leave except when ratings are down but that guy is such a big star is champion that he could go to smackdown annex. T can defend that title everywhere and guys and women on all of those brands are all hunting for that one champion. That's what it's all about but then you're going to need something important on the other brand to keep people's attention because if you don't have a world title say the main angle on smackdown. What are you gonNA do on raw? Well actually they answered Jim. It's a simple answer. It's a simple answer. You unify the intercontinental and the US title. But that's still a secondary tight. It's number two but if you do it right. Number two is only slightly below number one and in fact. If you really do it right you do. The argument about is number two actually better than number one could eat intercontinental champion. Beat the world champion. Lot of story lights. You'd we talk about this more the break for life. Here's a great way to save money on your prescription medications. If you take Viagra or Cialis we can give you away to pay as little as two dollars. A pill compare. That price is high. Is Sixty dollars per tablet. These pills work for men and women to improve their sexual performance and now for the price of two or three pills you can get nearly one hundred. There's no need to pay expensive prices for Viagra or CIALIS. Call now with your prescription. And as little as two dollars a pill we offer twenty four seven service and always free delivery and confidential packaging. 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The next takeover Rear Ripley needs to beat Charlotte flair clean in the middle on one of these shows period if rea- Ripley Beats Eeo to win the title in your house or vice versa. I mean as a reporter. I'll continue watching as a fan. I'll be done. That would be stupid. So hopefully they don't do anything stupid but that is stupid stuff when he's talking about and they have done stupid stuff but I mean and talking about the use of Shirai you sure I. I don't know what your situation is. Maybe she's giving indications that she's going to go back home at some point or maybe she's I don't know what the situation is but it's it or she puts an amazing work. She's make a case that Bell to bell. She might be the best wrestler in the world but the use of her on annex has this lower level mid level person is just I it must be something about her not fully committing to wwe t because the use of her has just been awful. In my opinion the the brief matches the disqualification with the candles ticket. Charlotte getting her match interrupted. It's just it's been terrible. I feel about the same way that you do about rea- Ripley with I mean I. I would not fully agree with you there. I think that the horrible stuff they've done with ill lately is being done because this is their booking to set up a three way like. She's in she's in the championship match. But with no moment in your house I mean you're right but guess who also has no moment Maria of the other woman in three way. The only person they've given anything to is Charlotte. I mean. Yeah these finishes. I blew my stack last night. Reviewing exte- 'cause I a hated the finish of that INEX- teammate. Event was such a passion because the match was good. Everything was going along great. And we got the same Laima just by the numbers main roster booking the we see all the time and these viewers are fifty six years old on average fifty. Six years. Old Jim how old are you? How old are you? Hey I'm by miracle ear you older than me. Oh yeah couple years older okay. So so. Both of us are mid four. T's okay one. What was the first wrestling match? You Remember Gacek Instrument. Oh get out of here like early mid eighties Late seventies late seventies. Okay so you started watching in the late seventies and you're a decade younger than your average viewer. You really think those people want to sit there and watch. W WE MAIN ROSTER BS booking or somebody comes in and attacks to people to set up a three way I mean come on. Nobody wants to see that. I was so mad when it was over. Just Gimme my annex t from a year ago where it was like solid logical strong character driven belt title driven. I don't want this main. Rosser stuff on annex t it O'Brien the last night on. Dvr My wife. And I watched a special. That was on. Tv of night called the story of soaps. Daytime drama soap operas and they talk about the beginning and they talk about you know Luke and Laura Hospital which was a big deal they talk about Dallas and who shot Jr and then they get to the point in one thousand nine hundred ninety four with Oj Simpson and how all of the drama and the courtroom and the Bronco Chase and everything became so important in such a big deal that a lot of that coverage interrupted soap operas and many people who were longtime fans who had that long break and many of those people once all of the OJ. Drama was over. Never came back. And then you had the advent of reality shows and other things. And I'm wondering if this gap with Corona virus and no fans and everything we're seeing right now is this going to be the equivalent for professional wrestling. Wwe specifically did have ask that question for months. When I listen to people explaining that these ratings during the pandemic don't matter and Davis pointed out that if you look at the decline across all of the the Delta V. Programming it's it's it's the same it's like this he says is all due to the pandemic and he's he's probably ninety five percent right maybe even ninety nine percent right but that's one half of the issue. The other half of the issue is are these people going to come back. They come back in smaller and smaller numbers. Every year. After football season I mean people leave in September and in the old days they all came back in January. It's not the old days anymore. Now they leave in September and a percentage comes back and the next year more leaving. September and only a percentage comeback at a lot of people have left starting in mid-march when they went to empty arena shows. I mean we're not even talking casuals. I'm talking to people on our board people in the twitch homeys and the chat. I've heard a lot of people say dude. I'm out until the fans come when the fans come back I'll come back and that's all well and good to say but I promise you I promise you. Those numbers are not going to return to the level that they were before corona virus. Hopefully it's only five percent lower something like that but the idea that as soon as fans come back these these wrestling fans are going to return to watching TV in the same or larger numbers. I don't think that's happening. You know we've talked about this but I guess until I saw the special talking about. Oj And the soaps. I thought this was unprecedented in well. Certainly that wasn't a disease. But from the length of break and distraction. I don't think it is unprecedented at all. I think it takes two weeks to either build or break a habit and we've been gone quite a while. It's usually yet three to four weeks and it's been way more than three to four weeks so those people that have gotten out of the habit some of them are not going to get back into habit again. Going up against live sports competition on cable TV for the first time since the sort of close set shows did not hurt the ratings for dynamite on. Tnt last night the double or nothing go home show. Seven hundred and one thousand viewers up seven percent from last week however annex t down at two percent to five hundred ninety two thousand viewers. They both went head to head with NASCAR and last week they both went head to head with UFC. And you have see took a sizable bite out of both shows. Eighteen to forty nine numbers this week. It appears that NASCAR only took a bite out of those a W. or those exte- numbers at least a larger bite may have affected a w to a degree but aws up and T was down. It was the best eighteen to forty nine showing for a w since corona virus shut. Everything down they were number seven in the eighteen to forty nine prime demo annex t was out of the top fifty they were number fifty three and they're eighteen to forty nine. The money demo zero point one three they did half of what Awa did in that demo so again young people are not watching at x t and the young people that do watch it exte- they apparently chose to watch NASCAR OVER IN X t this past Wednesday night. We should also mention since we haven't talked about these for a while these. Dvr numbers they have not been cut in half but they have been cut almost in half since prior to corona virus. Oh Wow there. There was a time where you know. Aws annexed t would be doing four hundred thousand viewers or more on Dvr. And now it's right around between two hundred and ten and two hundred and fifty thousand so not only are they losing live viewers but those viewers aren't even dvr anymore so these are very very concerning numbers. Despite the fact that a w did its best showing eighteen to forty nine since before. This all started not. Dvr Ing something as a conscious choice. Yes especially for me like when I set the DVR. It's set to always record. Yeah good I'm saying it's not like I have to consciously stop recording the shows or we're looking at one hundred and fifty thousand people who for some reason have to remember to send it to Dvr every week and for some reason? Don't have the option to record the series well and you also. How often do you go through and Clean Your Dvr? As far as the show's move things move things down. Get rid of them. I what do you do that once a couple of times a year. Maybe well let me say one thing about that so I don't have a normal dvr. I Have Youtube TV and YouTube. Tv has an unlimited dvr. So I never have to do anything but if you've got a normal. Dvr That you can only dvr twenty hours worth of programming or A. You've got I think some of the other streaming services. There's a limit to your dvr. Then you have to go through and if you've been watching a lot more television wrestling may fall off that DVR list. So it's possible that a that that's the issue now. I think that really says something if you miss something. Maybe you're distracted or your life is shifted during Corona virus. You've checked up like you talked about but the Guinean and deprogramming off your VCR your dvr. That's a that's a choice. That's a conscious decision with observer lack. It's time to get to the yard. It's time to get outside and make it amazing yet. So the grass and sunny afternoons. It's the season to get your backyard ready for action to get the long lush and green. Get rid of those pesky patches. It's easy to make your lawn better than ever with Scott's because even though this year field different the best things never change. So let's get to it. This is your time to enjoy Scott gets the yard. 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He does every Saturday and joining us here as well today as he does. Every Friday is in fact. Ryan in Cumberland Ryan. What is going on any question about this wrestling? National Occurs? Last Saturday was seeing. It was Tennessee. All pro wrestling so this they get the ball running for other companies to have fans in the building for shows. Well I wanNA thank you very much for the call. The Answer Ryan is that it is. It's a state decision. I mean every state's going to be different. I mean there was a show trying to. He was last Saturday the Saturday before but it was. There was a parking lot show in southern California about a week ago and it was just a wrestling show. And there was no social distancing among the fans. You know some fantastic masks. Many fans didn't and they just all attended like any other wrestling show at was outdoors and corona virus. It spreads significantly less Easley outdoors. I mean they they did a study in in Wuhan I think it was like only like it was a tiny number like zero point. Two percent or something. The spread outdoors was like miniscule compared to indoors but I mean it still requires you to stay away from each other. I mean if you're if you're all crowded shoulder to shoulder having it can still spread outdoors. But I mean if you if you recall. There were beaches opened Like a month ago in Florida and all these pictures on the media of of just thousands of people these beaches. And you know. We didn't get the massive outbreak that was expected as a result of that largely because it was outdoors. So indoor is something completely different. I mean when it's time to start opening up offices again. Schools Indoor sporting events. I mean unless there's a treatment or vaccine that's going to be a big time disaster but so far doing things outdoors has has largely not contributed to massive spread but still. I don't think you should be running shows outdoors right now with everybody shoulder to shoulder. I mean there should still be social distancing. I don't know why Dana went to so much trouble for fight island when he probably could have got for cheap fight parking lot. I mean Jeez that would have been so much easier but what I think it should be. Jim is like fight. Island should be outside. I think it is. That's the plan is. Yeah right out there on the beach. The beach him. I mean honest to God. Let me tell you something honestly. If you have see going to run shows and I I was a fighter. I honestly would be far more comfortable fighting outside at fight island then even indoors in building with no fans. Yeah you probably. That's that's that's probably true. We'll see fevered. High fight idol and ever actually comes to fruition with things things opening up but maybe completely unnecessary Brian. You're talking about sports. I'm curious how much momentum particularly you know. A lot of people saying that you have C. Two fifty looks kind of like a lackluster card. And it's going to be curious to see how much interest and momentum you of able to keep up given the people on the roster that it's able to us right now and that situation and then also you mentioned Nascar and I don't know if you if you saw this but at the end of the race NASCAR was kyle busch who knocked chase Elliott out of the race. Some people think on purpose. Even though kyle apologize but chase got out and flipped coyote. The bird and there was a whole controversy and and I wonder if that's going to be something that people get interested in like Kyle Busch's big. He'll want to see him get. Here's or I think a lot of fans have left NASCAR because of stuff like this so a lot of it is going to be the newness and we'll see how much of that novelty wears off with this really any sport has things go forward should be noted that it appears the stadium. Stampede match is being taped today which means that they will be able to edit it and they will be able to do some potentially very very wacky things with creative editing. So it's not going to be the rest of the pay per view tomorrow his life but I guess the stadium stampede matches being taped so they can do all sorts of things really. I don't know if they're gonNA do things exactly like what we saw with Velveteen Dream and Adam Cole. Where you know you dive onto a crash pad but then you get another angle of a guy dropping elbow so it looks like he did a giant dive and landed on the cement. But I would expect to see some very creative things in the stadium stampede match tomorrow night. I just WANNA see lots of spots with dipping dots and hopefully the birth and debut of vanguard to I think if you have those things vanguard fused gotta becoming. You'd think yeah I say that you gotTa do what you gotTa do to end the show. I didn't find with exception of the box. And the return of Adam page. None of the spots were really that compelling to me but I'm sure that they like you said they'll probably come up with a lot of creative things. I wouldn't be surprised if there's something edited roll down like levels and levels and levels of stairs like an extremely long role due to editing. Someone goes down all of the stairs. That are in the stadium things like that. It'll probably be very fun but probably I would guess based more realism. Maybe with the exception of a few Matt Hardy spots because of his character cody. Rhodes did a media talk yesterday. And regarding the show and he said that ninety percents of what fans will see a double or nothing is what was creatively planned prior to the pandemic. Obviously since the show was going to take place in Vegas no stadium stampede would have been my guess although maybe I mean if it's being taped today I mean maybe that would have been booked and those guys would have been sent you a giant stadium to that match per Tony. Kahn Cody said the TNT champion will not be in the top five rankings for the world title. They don't know how the new title is going to work. So they aren't committing it to it being a mid card title or anything like that. He claimed to have not even seen the belt yet. He said they're planning to say Jacksonville for the time. Being as travelling to different locations right now can add to the risk very excited to work again for fans however there covid nineteen testing is done away from dailies place and wrestlers staffer tested in separate even with a positive test. They would not shut down production. He said they met Mike Tyson. Last year in Vegas and having someone with an element of prestige to present the belt was the final touch for Saturday's show and he said over the next two weeks. He expects some rescheduled date announcements for previously postponed shows. He is remaining optimistic. Despite what some experts think about shows we'll see we'll see that's going to be hard because probably initially you'll only be able to lead in percentage of fans so do I wouldn't for me personally. I've thought my head. I don't think I'd go back to New Jersey. Because they sell ten thousand tickets and I'd WanNa go there back when I can sell ten thousand tickets as opposed to just three thousand tickets so it would be hard to pick exactly which cities are the ones you'd want to go back with a limited capacity. We do some math here. Oh boy yeah all right so so what I would do as a as a a non medical professional this is this is what I believe should happen. I think that if you can find an open air arena or an arena with a retractable roof. That can sit. Let's say concede eighteen thousand. If you said okay well we're going to do one sixth capacity to make sure that everybody can be six ten feet. Apart in their in their seats he could put three thousand people in the building. And I I'm not. I don't know if I would necessarily attempt to charge like six times ticket. Prices to make up for the the the revenue lost. But I mean maybe double. I mean maybe if you're normal aid w tickets fifty bucks you can say for the time being. These are very limited edition tickets and they're going to be one hundred dollars each or one hundred fifty dollars each but we're only releasing three thousand of them and you get people in a largely open air arena and you seat them six seats apart. Or whatever I as a promoter would be. I would be more comfortable with that than I think. Any other plan as far as like getting fans into the building. You'll be hard of there'd be a PR backlash as far as the pricing goes. And also certainly there's going to be some people who are very excited who want to go to the shows and participate but then how much of the fan base is going to be reluctant right at the beginning and wait for a show or two before they finally feel comfortable enough to attend any live event. There's there's a lot to consider. And also our people saving their money. Are People going to balk at higher ticket price? Has I look around here. There's a lot of casinos on tribal land that have opened up and they're very popular barely so it's hard to determine whether or not the price point for play a role and how many people are the part of the. Awa Fan base are still concerned and taking a wait and see attitude. Well you gotta think about it this way so I said three thousand people in eighteen thousand seat building. That's one sixth of capacity. So if you look at if you look at the unemployment numbers in this country I mean they're high but they're still a lot of people working that would be able to buy the tickets and if we did like a random sampling of people and we went on the street and said if if there was a wrestling show in and you could go and sit there in the crowd. Are you comfortable doing that or not? Obviously right now a lot of people would say no but one sixth of them say yes I think so I think probably forty fifty percent would say yes so I believe if if you can normally put eighteen thousand people in a building. I feel like of that. Eighteen thousand three thousand. Three thousand of them would be comfortable enough and have the money in order to do so. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe maybe the number that would have they would be able to financially. Afford an will be willing to do it is thousand. I don't know but I think three thousand should be the capacity for sure but we're seeing a lot of other things open up to theme parks and other public events and I guess also it would depend on the individual and perhaps the family dictating. What they're most excited to see and participate in whether it's Nascar or wrestling or something else entirely different. Check out some of these emails and text messages here. This person says don't forget you can have people in front or behind as well as to the left and right of you will. Yeah that's what I'm saying like so if you had like a ten foot at a ten foot perimeter around you you would have. I still feel be three thousand people in an eighteen thousand seat building in order to have sufficient area around you as you said in your seat and you know people would be moving around the seats because that's what people do but we'll see what happens. It's it's GonNa take some enforcement for sure. There's going to be a lot of people probably nervous. And you've got to that into account and probably have a little extra staff on hand. Spurs says with all the problems with an x t right now. Do you wish they had never gone to USA and just stayed with the wwe. Newark absolutely absolutely to me. Annexed T was a far superior product when they weren't going to ours head to head with a W it was a better show and on top of that the reason that they move to Wednesdays on USA was solely to prevent Awa from growing. And if you look at the numbers I mean what is happening. Here is the popularity of exte- fallen fallen. The the quality of the show has fallen fallen at a w has not been defeated by them and w would be doing better probably with that annex t on the other channel in a healthy. W is what's best for the entire industry including me back in a moment Mr for life. I'm going to tell you how you can get real healthcare for as little as six dollars a day. 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Who did really well moved up in the main roster and then nothing so I think either way annexed he was going to get exposed and some of the shine was going to be off the toy regardless you got coming up tomorrow on the show. I'm sure we will preview double or nothing and talk about whatever happens in the morning because there always seems to be something. I got a lot of traction talking about Otis. We'll see what they do with him tonight on smackdown. Otis's a good guy. He's a baby face. He's the heartland of this country and needs to be treated as such. He should not be pretending even if he thinks. It's joking to jump anybody from behind. He's a good guy. I hear says used triple A. Baseball parks. They would be cheaper to run than most large arenas less electricity. No AC etcetera. We'll see what happens because at some point fans are coming back to wrestling and quite frankly is probably GONNA be too early. 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You should hours after floods foresee evacuation of ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop order. East side a legal basis for the action. Meantime were that Ohio groups trying to put ballot measures before voters in November will not have to go door to door looking for support and federal judge ruled this week that because of the covid nineteen pandemic the state must allow petition signatures to be gathered electronically and the collection deadline. Back to July thirty. First Tony Web is with Ohioans four secure and fair elections which is pursuing package of voting. Lommel changes she says. The risk-spreading Corona virus has hampered the campaign's efforts because that would create a health risk to the signature collectors and to the potential finals. The only way that we could really show the amount of grassroots support. We needed to get access about would be to go online. 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There's been a push by some faith leaders for Congress to ensure that any more stimulus funding not necessarily go to churches but for people still struggling to get by the Reverend Gerry. Parker of Wisconsin Council of Churches says it's not about stoking political tension but rather seeking institutional change. It's not quite as visible as these. These efforts that you see in other places But nevertheless were there all the time trying to work for change that will benefit the most vulnerable people among us. A group. Parker leaves includes more than thirty member churches from various denominations across the state. The Council says Congress should authorize more stimulus funding. That can help stay governments. Avoid Steve Budget cuts while helping vulnerable residents? Deal with key expenses. This is pianist as the nation shift from pause to go. The Guardian reports forecasts from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of business model predicts covid nineteen cases or reach five point four million and a death hole in the. Us could be two hundred ninety thousand by July. The twenty fourth that if states fully reopened without any social distancing measures in comparison the model predicts nearly two hundred thirty thousand deaths by the same date. July twenty fourth if states reopen but individuals do maintain their social distancing efforts while cases of corona virus going down to Washington state are ticket off reports. Racial disparities increasingly are being laid bare. According to The Washington State Department of Health White people are sixty eight percent of the state's population but make up forty three percent of cases. Meanwhile thirteen percent of the state is Hispanic but they represent thirty six percent of cases. African Americans are four percent of the population but seven percent of cases. 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From seventy four years ago today may nineteenth nine thousand nine hundred forty six leroy learned to dance and the you know how it is with youngsters in that sort of thing dealing with girls before they get to a certain age anyway we thank you for tuning in on a very special Tuesday. It is the nineteenth day of May the one hundred thirty ninth day at one hundred fortieth day rather of twenty twenty two hundred twenty six days remaining until we get to twenty twenty one. It was on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety two Dan. Quayle gave a speech to the Commonwealth Club of California on the subject of the Los Angeles riots. Now in the speech. Quayle blamed the violence in la on a decay of moral values and family structure in American society. Dow In an aside he specifically cited the fictional character in the television programme Murphy Brown as an example of how popular culture contributes to this poverty of values. Saying doesn't help matters when prime time. Tv Has Murphy Brown character who supposedly epitomizes. Today's intelligent highly paid professional woman mocking the importance of fathers by bearing a child on and calling. Just another lifestyle choice now. Quayle drew a firestorm of criticism feminist and liberal organizations and was widely ridiculed by late night talk show host with remark the Murphy Brown speech and the resulting media coverage damaged the Republican ticket in the nineteen ninety two presidential election and became one of the most memorable incidents of the nineteen ninety-two campaign long after the outcry had ended the comment continued to have an effect on. Us Politics Stephanie. Coons professor of family history and the author of several books essays about history of marriage says at this brief remark by quayle about Murphy. Brown kicked off more than a decade of outcries against the collapse of the family. Now in the one thousand nine hundred ninety three series premiere of Murphy Brown that Season Brown. The character watched quayle's comments on television and responded on the fictitious new show. Fyi later in the episode. She hired a truck to dump a thousand potatoes. On coils doorstep. Your member the remark about never mind if you if you do great if you don't Dan Quayle claim the that. The singular potato had Anina. Pota WHICH IS WRONG. And he was relying on a flash card that was wrong in two thousand two. Candice Bergen. The actress who played Brown said I have never really said much about the whole episode which was endless but his speech was a perfectly intelligent speech about fathers not being dispensable and nobody agreed with that more than I did. let's see on this date in fifteen thirty six. Belinda second wife of King Henry v. Eight was beheaded the one hundred thirty ship. Strong Spanish Armada set sail for England on this date in fifteen eighty eight. It was defeated in August. The colonies of Massachusetts Bay Plymouth Conduct Connecticut and New Harbour met on this date in sixteen forty three to four New England. Confederation Congress passed the emergency quota. Act on this date. In one thousand nine hundred thousand one establishing national quotas for Immigration and immigrants the first annual Calibers County Frog jumping jubilee held on this date in nineteen twenty eight in Angels Camp California British author and soldier t e Lawrence also known as Lawrence of Arabia died on this date in nineteen thirty five from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash. All it was on this date in nineteen sixty two Marilyn. Monroe sang happy. Birthday to President Kennedy at a celebration of his forty fifth birthday. Ten days before. The actual date has been MISSUS president these On things and bad session with me less field and problem father come Don't know the United States. I can now retired from politics after having had happy birthday sung to me we Marilyn Monroe of course wearing that skin tight dress and that sexy delivery and her image as a sex symbol. Marilyn Monroe singing the President Kennedy on this date back in one thousand nine hundred sixty two. It was announced on this date in nineteen sixty four. The Soviet Union had bugged embassies throughout Moscow including the US embassy during the past month. A network of microphones has been found embedded in the walls of the American embassy in Moscow and has been removed and destroyed today. Us Ambassador Boy. Kohler delivered a formal protest about this matter to the Soviet government secretary of State Dean Rusk in February the State Department recalled one of that security technicians for conferences which led to a decision to demolish a room in the Moscow embassy in April. When the microphones were found and the twenty seventh amendment the US Constitution which prohibited Congress from giving itself midterm pay raises. Went into effect on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and the even though it was intended to prevent pay raises the amendment of the Constitution and the ensuing law which cubs from that prohibits changing the pay of Congress between can't go up or down in mid term among those passing away on this date in history Ronald Colman. Fine actor Ogden Nash. The poet Former first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy actress. Candy Candido the guy. Who Does the the he does it better than I could ever do it. But I'll give you an idea. He will act like this. It's a voice of I'm feeling mighty low and he drop really low and way high a delightful man Freddie garrity the lead singer Freddie and the dreamers and Morley safer. Oh and Alan Young. How can I miss out? Talking about Alan Young Great Comedian and probably best known to Americans as the owner of Mr Ed in the television show and Morley safer from. What was it sixty minutes among birthdays? Today me okay. And I share a birth date with Hokey men mass murderer and dictator. Pol Pot Ole the assassinated leader Black Muslims Malcolm x. One of My reasons for going out on a limb as I had to try and make white people Be Shocked awake some of their senses. Because if they don't awake they're gonNA find out that this little Negro that they thought was passive has become a roaring uncontrollable lion inside their house and event in the kitchen in the attic and basement. And if you know that in time you can do something about Malcolm X. Board on this date in history Jim Lehrer News Hour. Pbs Born on this date. He passed away earlier this year. At the age of ninety five Nicole Brown Simpson a screen writer director novelist Noah Ephron who wrote sleepless in Seattle. And you've got mail Andre the giant born on my birthday Mickey Newbury. The great songwriters just dropped in to see what my condition. My condition was in for the first edition and he wrote American trilogy for Elvis. Mickey Newbury born on this date and the original to Baca who passed away earlier this year as well last year. I should say Peter Mayhew aboard on this date. Good Morning America host for a long time. David Hartman. This eighty-five from flower drunk song. Nancy Kwan is eighty-one the WHO's Peter. Townsend is seventy five Grace Jones slave to the Rhythm Grace Jones's seventy two. Tom Scott you remember him he did. He did the theme song for taxi. Tom Scott Seventy two today. From monk. Jason Gray Stanford is fifty and Sam Smith. Oh won't you stay with me? Tom Scott a Samson. She's Me Sam Smith top Scott also but say he's much older. 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If you want to catch the old boy a pleasant mood catch him. When he's sitting down to dinner and right there is where we catch. Evening he has dust tucked. His napkin is best beamed upon his little family and cracked a medium size joke from Marjorie. All HE GETS IS FROM. Leroy almost young son. It's not as funny as all that. I thought it was funny. Crackers please Marjorie. Oh say before I forget it. Well never mind. I'll win the official. What is it my boy to rescue? I am perfectly capable of eating and listening at the same time. Leroy old trick handed down to me by my father. Well well I got a note from the principal today. She Miss Goodwin. She does if she can have a talk with you. He does but as Miss Goodwin. Wish to talk to me about Leroy me. I knew it. Where is this not what's in it? Why are you keeping it from somewhere? I did have it. Gosh who the other pocket Leroy. Oh I march. Why don't you mind your own business? Why don't you pretend you didn't have none of that? Leroy? This notice addressed to me happened the familiar with its contents giving ask anybody if I did. Miss Goodwin wants to have a talk with something. Told me. Ask him what he did. That made a right to know. I will ask my own questions. We thank you without any help from you but did you do. Leroy the mater right denote answer me. Miss Goodwin says here that some of your social attitudes require adjusting. What does that mean? He claims I was picking on the girls. Well you get. The point is to the point where you at where you not picking on the girls. Well I wasn't the only one thinking and water made and Dr Rosenberg his terrible. He doesn't do anything a tells. You remind Donald Rosenberg. What exactly did you do? We rated the girls playground. Any broke up their gains gone talent. He thought it was very funny when he told me about it. I'll handle this Marjorie. Why did you do this? Leroy must have had some reason. Why did you do it? Why because girl stink. That's a fine thing to say. It just happened young man that your sister is a girl. Are you apologized to her? This go ahead apologize. I'm sorry trouble with you. Is You spend all your time with boys. Haven't learned yet how to behave in the presence of a lady. It's high time you did that. Invitation yet but that. Why don't you mind your own business? Leroy apologized sister. Apologize Again Cohen. Shake I apologize. What's this about an invitation leroy a week ago and he had the decency to answer it yet. I think he might at Least Telegraph. Yes or no. I haven't made up my. That's no way to do. What kind of a party is this? Leroy STAY PARTY BIRTHDAY PARTY WHY? That sounds like fun. Go to attend. Who's giving the party boy? Hammer Sean. Nice little girl. I walked home with her father just the other night. Harry Amherst very pleasant. I think you ought to go want to why not for Goodness Sake. I have Danton. That's nothing to be scared of Marjorie and I will teach you how to dance. What we Marjorie before. Okay I apologize whether you go to this party or not as entirely up early right but I will tell you this. If you don't go you spend the time right here at home. You don't go off the property understand. And what's more you'll know the entire on front and back no you won't you'll to the Party Leroy. You're going to enjoy this. Anyone who enjoys outdoor sports as much as you enjoy a helpful exercise like dancing will you will i? Marjorie Nile dance a little for then well just to give you an idea first. Then you can try it come on. Let's get some music here. Let me get in the way of dance. Records reminds me honestly nothing decent. Don't tell me what's this whispering. Larry Rose and his rose buddies track. What's the matter that? Why did you hear it critic? Come on let's show Leroy the Foxtrot. My what the heck in the Foxtrot. It's the easiest. Answer is my boy. Just like walking ready. Might BE THE MUSIC LOOK BACK. Leroy all back. The rut foxtrot like to cover a lot of ground K. Music never anybody when I have to go through. We don't need the music quite Celo. I pay attention. Watch my feet. What do three point two find me my dear to three point you begin to get the feel of it? Leroy? It's exactly the same. Oh you add new varieties. You get more skillful. I'll watch this. How you Turnley right it. Let's stop the Music Room and Nali Roy. I want you to try it. No no time like the present. No nonsense now debts. I'll start the music again. Rounder waste it's a guerrilla couldn't get his arm around her waist where you're standing. I'll move in closer. This is your sister argue. That's the way it's done. I'll get hold of you. You doing. Finally Right. I just don't want all the time. Steer around in a circle partly right. What two three five six seven step with the music found Leroy? Can't you hear the Violin Visit Union? Join yourself boy. Not Belonging Know Leroy. He's busy now. Wait a minute who is a call right right away. It's usually right. Miss Ethel Hammer Schlock. She can hear you say Gosh Leroy she can hear you can hear you to. May Nineteenth nineteen forty six Herald Perry the Great Gildersleeve on Classic Radio at the end of the news from seventy four years ago as next. We encourage you to participate in the GIFT CARD. Challenge these days. We all probably know of a local business. That is struggling to adapt to the current realities. Here's a small way that you can help by mounting the gift guard. Challenge if you're able think of your favorite local business and then by Gift Card today buy it online or pledged to buy one as soon as you can. Every little bit will help. Restaurants have take out delivery. Many businesses have online shopping options participate in the Gift Card challenged today by gift card any amount and show your support for our local businesses in this time of need for yourself to use it a later day or pass it along to someone you know. That's on the front to what they can to keep us all safe. 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But delay in getting the word to rank and file union members who run the trains disrupting service. Generally for several hours. Widespread confusion was reported in practically all major rail centers because the walkout of two hundred fifty thousand rail men and engineers called for four PM. Local time yesterday was canceled only a few minutes before the deadline in the eastern time zone the time lag dispatching notices to brother locals caused thousands of travelers to be inconvenienced as many train crew members declined to work until official notice had been received from Brotherhood headquarters in Cleveland with contract negotiations at a standstill. John L Lewis faces this week one of the major decisions of his career on the question whether again to shut the nation's coal mines when the strike. Who's in Saturday? His move is bound to affect the lives of one hundred forty million persons the threaten railroad strike postponed yesterday. For five days may influence his decision to prolong or turn back a rail tie up with prevent large-scale operations of the minds. Anyway near the end of the truce in the event of renewal of the coal stoppage could not be credited exclusively to Louis Secretary of State James at burn said last night the world is a crossroads where it can move either forward to a new era of better understanding increased opportunity and peace or backwards a new dark age in a statement opening National Foreign Trade Week Burns called on the United States to speak with wisdom firmness moderation and internal unity saying the voice of the. Us will not be unimportant in the decisions that are taken. The American military government champion of free press in Korea. Crackdown on a Communist publishing plant. Yesterday seems it was printing counterfeit money officers closed the Akaba Zaghawa press on. What's the Communist Party Oregon Per South Korea? High Bangi bow is printed. Some nine million yen in powder counterfeit notes already had been turned out there. According to military government officials and though some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of Sunday may nineteenth nineteen forty. Six on your radio seventy four years ago the Great Gildersleeve which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. What your mother's sick. The parties called I to Lucky Leroy. I was counting on your birthday party. Little Hypocrites George. I can't let them get away with this Roy. Give me that telephone. What's ahead. Give me that telephone at this. Mr Jewish leave. I'm sorry to hear about your mother. May I speak to your father for a moment? Thank you about the party. Isn't it Harry jealously it's done in shame about Mrs Hammer Log. Touch a flu gladys not serious just to say it's too bad has birthday party. I was wondering if she couldn't come over and spend tomorrow afternoon. We'll leroy anyway. Let go my lake off. Leroy so disappointed about. Maybe we can have a little party just for the to let go my late and that would take off your hands while the mothers sick at the same time. A lot of fun. That'd be fine Harry. You take the rescue by now on the days to food. Great Gildersleeve will be back in just a matter. May Nineteenth Nineteen forty-six the Great Gildersleeve the conclusion in three minutes on this Tuesday edition of Classic Radio Theatre. Maybe you can relate to this. A lot of people think they're stuck with their health plan. It costs too much or for whatever reason they just don't like it but great news. You're not stuck with it. There is a choice. It's called Neta share and you could save so much. The typical savings for family is five hundred bucks a month major difference maker. This is the affordable alternative to health insurance. And just to give you a little more info about medishare. It's a Christian healthcare sharing ministry. It's worked beautifully for twenty. 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That's the power mole dot com the Power Mall Dot Com on our Wednesday edition of Classic Radio Theater Jimmy Stewart as the six shooter from May Twentieth Nineteen Fifty Four. The shooting of Wyatt King. No relation now. The conclusion of the Great Gildersleeve may nineteenth nineteen forty-six well. Gildersleeve appears to have got himself into something. Again he intended just to invite the daughter of his friend. Harry Hammer slog over to spend the afternoon with Leroy but he winds up at the last minute trying to make party out of it together. Steve One corner. Now thank me to put a wooden spoon eating it myself. Rise giving a little birthday party this afternoon. Neuron Birthday piney birthdays. We have a year. Leroy is giving the party for Ethel Hammer slog and it isn't a party exactly just leroy. Nfl I thought I'd try to Donald up a little bit and give them a good time. Say You haven't got any papers or anything like that. Have you know remarkable? Usually Dan a man came in here just last week salesman nine said doing well how fair but put me down for a dozen. That doesn't what snappers you know. A papers snappier with the motto. Funny Hat in the pull. It go bang just the thing. Let's see if you step over into this department and essentials. You're beginning to trickle through now on army. Three leaking snappers. I've seen since the war. You're not gonNa tell me these army surplus now. These represent week in Oregon Standard Pink looney customary roughly and on the they have the added feature that other Santa Claus sticker on their that counts for this increase in price increase and twenty. Ap used to be paying. You sell them for ten without the Santa Claus to get but I don't want to Santa Claus isn't even the season for Santa Claus guilty converging. Well I only need to. I guess forty cents while break me. You say they got something inside and yeah and mottos models ever saying insurance. Are they suitable for children? Imagine show you imagine some? Don't you know we haven't act? I don't want Ethel hamshaw going home with something that will make her mother refuse to speak to me. Wouldn't be you're not gonNA sell me a pig in a poke PD. You don't know what's inside. We'll open one up to leave everyone. Who Buys You snapper by picking Poke Fun areas in watching China Open? WanNa pay for it here. Grab the other end of this. And I'll pull it pool P. Peavy pool you in Michigan when these things go off to make me should young nervous. Give it to me only like an open. Thank you time camp can have that. This roses are red violets are blue. I love the girls and the girls love me. Wait a minute it doesn't right and you. What kind of a model was that? Peavy doesn't even Ryan. How can anybody it says here made in Japan so reconversion a PD? You know what I think Doorbell Leroy. That must be hurt. You'll go birdie now legal at that ain't no way this is your Cardi of you oughta go and greet you again. I know you're watching too. If he was here that daddy drive he just came out that. Go ahead. Leroy move for Korn sage girls. I suppose one of the White House. Hi Hi Welcome Ryan. I've got a new dress. Newport my birthday nothing. I've got a real army compass. Khurana coming this where you live. What are you saying? It's Ni- Church okay. Well what do you want to do anything you want to do? I'm not gonNA playhouse. Who wants to play okay? I saw your cleaning the blackboard yesterday from this stray she made me. I don't like it very much do you. Here's ladies sprayed Li I will be posted detain you after school. Now Austin each altogether how for little busy be improved. China your funding well. That's nothing in Jefferson Ole Hubble. Here's a lady. Hubble walking down the hall eighty Hover Obese. Somebody Else WanNa see me be awful more. Yeah Walk Hello good come over to happy birthday. Leroy Ethel Happy Birthday giggling about. Want you to play nicely with athlete here. Well How's your father? I had the pleasure of walking home with him the other night life side here about your mother being ill feeling a little better she now. Leroy. Why don't you show your books washing my book if you do? I've seen compound Leroy. That's no way guest. It's your duty to entertain her question of what you WanNa do what she wants to do. You WanNa do that. Ask Her nicely. I've gotta take these things out the burden. You just have fun. You hear me. Leroy well each year Oklahoma. He's always like to remind him he's okay. What should we do anything you'd like to do? I can stand on my hands. You can easy you WanNa see me. You might hurt yourself now. We got a tradeoff back. I can swing by my major brock off and land on my feet every time. Almost come. You're going. I told you I want you to play with now. Come back here. Hey remember this is a party. You're supposed to have a good time about a good game. Blind man's buff. What are you saying? Like man's buff is what you play at parties my voice. Would you like that Ethel today? You see what a polite little girl Leroy. Why can't you can't play blind man's buff with just can't well? I know about pin the tail on the donkey doorbell to pin the tail on. That'd be e you come in. She's all I have come at a bad time. GonNa Perfect Diabetes. But just having a little party here I thought well. I don't want to interrupt anything. I was just out for a walk and I thought Leroy one phone and I'll Miss Goodwin. Well THIS IS PARTY. Yes indeed got you know the delivered at all right. Go right ahead and play Children Leroy right now. You can see what is getting along with girls. What is it Leroy Leroy? I told you this is a party as he got the table. Set there and I think she's GonNa have a surprise for you. Oh doesn't it look festive snappers? And everything already then with us a long time. I remember Leroy. That'll go first lady. That's right one end of the table and Leroy Leroy what do we do? I have the ladies chair for. Don't we can call it out at Leroy is good for him safely. You're birthday to you. Happy Birthday with one to grow on or get fired every. Oh it's a lovely cake thirty. Yeah not bad thank you I have the frosting didn't I Birdie Ho? It's just just brought modern. Come on. Let's leave them. See snappers Kids GonNa snap your staffers? Just WanNa look at it for a while. Throckmorton the after the candles lot the cans and make a wish that stay in west this eve. Do we have to blow them up right now? You're supposed to blow them out for luck glowing. How'd you get? You wish you want me to say out of this. Gets to blow out our own candles. Throckmorton let them do their own way. Hide likely to blow them up for me. Lee is a good floor. Okay but not just yet. I just want to look a little longer. Look down a long enough at snappers. Actually the principal would like to see you. Please in her office. Oh let's go into my study. Then we have fun kids. Just don't burn down the house honestly Throckmorton. I'm surprised at you at times. You seem to be truly intelligent and then all of a sudden dumbbell once you ever. A boy throckmorton boy. What do mean. Well thank back to the time when you were. Leroy age trying to remember how you felt about girls then It I must've been a Lulu. I wish I'd known you or you wouldn't have liked me. I was different than I remember. There was a little girl a couple of doors up. The street name was Nancy. Rich data crushing. She must have. I guess he was always pestering me and I guess I played some pretty mean tricks. Are I remember one time eve? Father called me into his room and shut the door. That was always a bad sign and then he said well you know here hear to me. Speak UP SPEAK UP. You know why you're here Nossa. Saddam no stand up. Stand up straight unfounded. I'll have those slouching when I'm talking to you. He had a report from your mother off conduct regarding young lady. You know what I'm talking about me yes you I'm talking to you. Am I not addressing the wardrobe? I addressing the bed. No Sir very well. Mrs Rindge spoke the mother warning. That suggest anything to you. Oh yes I should like to hear the whole story from Your Own Lips by. May the whole story stop saying. Hey what's the matter with you? You GotTa Asthma. I don't know if other maybe I have. Maybe I should see a doctor. Maybe Dr Yeager could help me. They'll try to change as young man. Proceed with your story and omit no details. Nancy Rindge pesters me all the time you seen yesterday afternoon. She was hanging around with Ralph. And I were trying to play. Catch Ralph Rosie. Don't put the blame on Rough Morton. I'm sorry for others. Miasma anyhow she kept hanging around. We weren't paying any attention to her and then she started interfering with our game. In what way. Who's trying to run on a game of catch? He was trying to make squid playing so well. I chased her away. That's all there is to it. By Son I'm not to be fobbed off with along inconsequential story about a game of all. How did you chase the little girl away? I dumped a bucket on it but it wasn't fun young man. I am astonished Nepal on twitter. I can't believe it. Your mother and I have tried fit leader teach you. The highest obligation is defend. Defendant protect the members of the opposite? Sex you'll receive punishment Nathan Morton punishment father please. I won't do it again. One day. Remove Your Rock Morton. He and they'll be two extra for your asthma. He really gave it to me to eve. Track PARTON. How old were you when all that happened? But Leroy's age I guess Yes sir. That's days girls. Were just a big pain in the neck to me. You've gotten over it pretty well have to think. I think you're cured. Alright do you remember when it was you? I began to feel differently about two years later. Then we certainly can't worry about. Leroy you have to take let nature take its course. Martin at his age all we can hope for US civility. We can expect him to really liked girls. I've been a little hard on him. Well Ethel's birthday. I guess I could take it home now. Let Leroy have little fucking money on the go along for the ride. We went to the movies. The money let's you see I see is giving leroy advancing lesson but look at. He likes it. Close the door literally Leroy Boyle be Gildersleeve yet. Seventy four years ago today. Nineteen thousand nine hundred forty six. The Great Gildersleeve on Classic Radio Theatre Visit Our web page classic Radio Dot Stream and tell all your friends to greet review shows are back at this spot on the dial classic Radio Theater on your favorite station and the USA radio network. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live. Dot Heartland Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. The top new service door newscasts from eighty twenty first twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. President trump Wednesday threatened to halt federal funding to Michigan and Nevada over the distribution of absentee ballots. Those states amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. That has left more than ninety thousand. Americans dead that from AOL. Elp Both Michigan. And arcade suited potential swing states in November. A wall notes that trump's threat to halt the funding. She should hours after floods forced the evacuation of about ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop or to decide a legal basis for the action. 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Org The USA radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time. Ladies and gentlemen this story about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. Dragnet this is classic Radio Theater Guy Communist late so everybody. Now here's your host. Why IT TALKS. We head back to nineteen forty. Six episode of the shadow starring Bret Morrison as it was originally broadcast may nineteenth nineteen forty-six this episode entitled the Touch Up Death Federal KNOWS. I'm number one once again. The Mutual Broadcasting System brings you the thrilling adventures of the shadow. The heart unrelentless fight of one man against the forces of evil. These dramatization designed to demonstrate forcibly to old and young alike. That crime does not pay and now a shadow. The shadow over the forces of law and order is in reality. Lamont Cranston wealthy on mad about Tom years ago. Hold the ORI. I'm Cranston learned a strange mysterious secret. The hypnotic power problems mind so they cannot see him. Cranston's friend and companion. Lovely Margot Lane is the only person who knows to whom the Voice of the invisible shadow belongs as draw touch up that were early afternoon on. Cranston and his villa role of the shadow has just broken another case in his apartment. It got some much needed rest. Get these clothes off thirty six hours without chain. Some people have to be criminals to get what they want. Philosophies figured out quick shower grant holded juice. We've been waiting patiently in your kitchen knives. Zeal the river and I must say given. Yeah I hope you'll forgive us for having your livestock for a long time. What do you want? I'm Lucius hooked. This is my sister-in-law Molly Hawk yes I see the name rings a bell in your memory. I shouldn't have tweeted that the electric chair just with ago. Bravo Mr Clemson. I was very fond. You'll brother was a murderer Mr Hall. Nobody would have known about my husband. If it hasn't been too you shadow molly gun away. Should I Peter Day of the way I told you know violence? I don't like the sight of blood light to live him for the Shannon Volley was I say no. Don't come near me. I who much to emotional at the wrong time. I'll put the gun. Hell better remember to take good care of us the CRANSTON. We need him. What do you want the shadow know? You'll being clinic. I didn't laugh when I heard of my brother's death in the electric chair. I could've stopped it if I'd been here Mr Cranston but I've spent nearly all the last ten years in the jungle of the Amazon and it wasn't until I return yesterday that I heard about my brother. It was quite a shock. Other shadow tells me the last time I saw him just before if it hadn't NPR meddling clan smiling. You're wasting time shadows invisible. No one can find. I wonder you think I can do with the underworld failed to do and years. I'm going to make your responsibility. Mexican. I'll listen to the Hawk signs without your detective work. The shadow might never been given the lead to my brother. What did you expect me to do? Let a professional killer go on killing Renton. Would you like to die now? Molly likes to handle that gun. No I'm afraid you don't understand. Look at these beautiful notice. The delicate shading of the pebbles great whole family do I thing they riveted died. Partly I hate to kill beautiful miss the CRANSTON probably. Here's something must have been under the bed until now look at him. Set me leaving alone or I'm going to do with Kim. There Talk Joel My. I've done it again. List of CRANSTON. I touched him. And Tommy is Daschle. You're angry aren't you? You'd like to choke the life out of the but you won't. Molly is very emotional as you might pull the pig or have. I convinced you that I have the touch of death here. Yes I'm glad you didn't force me to touch you because I need you alive. Remember your assignment. I want the shadow and I give you twelve hours to find him get. How can out tease Mr Cranston? Put them on the table. O'malley our friend is very stubborn. Go behind them and take them out of his pocket you. I have to get that close twins in mind. The gun is not go off well because them into my hand. Thank you precaution Mr Cranston. I don't to be followed your keys in the lock on the other side of the door. How do you can depend shadow? If you can't get out get out my dear. The telephone is working by. Must've Cranston the shadow in twelve hours or the touch of death is a chance to use your skill as a detective to save. Your Life Montana he must know your the shadowy wouldn't have come here to to find those Lago. Why didn't Nikiel didn't been very simple? Bali had a gun on me and lucious touch again. I don't know what he has. I saw him touch those flowers. Then Tommy and Kesselman killing innocent Hamas little kitten dotting. You must have started something I do plenty of I find him way to find. You can't just sit here and wait twelve geno zoning for me a long time to get you on the phone. Chessington Well Theater Day with Western U. And I found him away. You know all do it. Why can't Mago wasted? I think as you did the hawks game tonight because he felt that I was the shadow. talking one this is the CRANSTON initiative. Oh castile glad you called. I think for the night as good. I what's out of the is broken out all over the city. Moody's yeah thanks for Calling Cranston my best Mark Commissioner. I oh hello of movers talking about going to headquarters to see west and I want to know more about those movies. I mean what is not at all after me. I love when he was afraid of dead reptiles completely but still useful piece of paper and his mouth. Well I can think of Nicer Away. So the method is even the caught. So not working lose hooks. Nothing can resist such a bit my friend not even venomous surfin like Mr Cranston. Hunting emergency is a monster with a plan and he thinks he's using the strategy of terror on the ice their eyes on the road island and on that car ahead setting cranston live. Tell you she's not going to find the shadow is he's not even trough house a certain you know why. Because he's not afraid of he will be when he knows as much about me as you do if I didn't have a gun earnings and he killed his chicken for like would have been a pity. I should have pushed you to kill him. Molly would you please understand? Mr Cranston must be kept alive until I'm ready to make my own disposition and it's your duty. See that he is not to do anything foolish. When my back is turned blue comet pizza before he didn't he was my husband. He was my brother now. Doing I say you play chess. Molly should learn but see the value of planning ahead. Look where Mr. Cranston stopped his car but had called it is. My strategy is beginning to work as the CRANSTON will lead me to the shadow in spite of himself Bird nobody's going online putting every man on twenty four. Our duty goes right away. I want that maniac up today. What Video Michelin Cranston? You and miss. Elaine picked a bad time because social call. I'm up to my ears. Oh Commissioner Ho Lawless. A small mind goal maniac. Right Jackson broke out of the institution yesterday. Murders in the last two hours in the same pattern a US six years ago before the Chatham caught him for us. You mean girls Blonde beautiful hand all under twenty five if I only get my hands on the shadow. While the saw him Roy Jackson the coming of every homicide ALMANAC. And I've got to stop these killings. Call those girls killed. I said Roy Jacks Cranston that can mean only one thing. They were singled out those girls at the most Cranston. Sometimes you ask. I'd like to see them your mind. No I don't mind. Don't stick your two cents. I don't want any amateurs entering this case. I'll bear that in mind Commissioner Valley Goodbye Commissioner. Sometimes that's so much nicer than saying. Hello Hey what a mood. He doesn't mean I'm he sees seizes. It'd be apologizing all over the place. They gladly going on sterling. No I WANNA see. If there's any evidence on those goes. It might have been concealed by strangling some elderly. This where those girls killed by Jackson or someone else I'm common I'm trying to do. Wake the dead alone the Gab. Oh Mention Cranston command your man this lady with. I'm leaving rhythm all Miss Lane. I didn't recognize behind them. Green blinkers okay. I take him off. What can I show you the day? Those three girls was strangled over this way. Commissioner share making a bus over them gals CRANSTON Bennett places. They got bring in checking. Rechecking Lakers some mystery. He wanted to make sure that second panic. Gummy says Roy Jackson Don then he walks out of here Matara. Excuse Lemus blame. I got able thoughts. Here's the first modern. I'm is checking and here number three. I don't know what you're looking for Japan but then GonNa find the maybe I will have garnered says they got strangler. That's lane a facial verdict lane. You're crying doesn't conceal fear. He is so off. Only a mania could have been through our commissioner Western says Bedsheet. Ghost that him coming back for another look at while remind nothing so far. Everything going to Jackson his pattern rope around the neck for behind victim doesn't have a chance. Shall we go estimate of what are the congressional super in my hunch? I hope that hunt his long guy which is better awesome Muslim physical in the car on the whole to retain to have as may have been another warning. 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Down Gorge there. But who captured Roy Zach? My boy got him flat on his back. To Sleep on barn. I use satisfied that he singled those on you. Grantham Jackson Tonight'd don't why didn't deny the mood. He committed six years ago once that with now. Break the pattern grabs. You ought to read a book on criminology. I have concerns on page one. It says don't believe everything you see how you leading into the subject McAfee again. I'm in IT Commission. Now Lock you kids on not during the time up for the night the coroner says Matab had a heart attack. I've makes it official couldn't have been wrong. No he cut. He checked that four old guy from head to foot wasn't a mark on him to prove your suspicion of commissioning. I told you look. I've got an insurance policy on his life. Only a month ago it was examined by a doctor and found the okay. What does that feel? A lot of things can change in them. I lot CRANSTON. It's getting late them. I've got a big Dad. I Don huff murder for the time being God. I can hide man to convince me is. Why didn't you tell them about Lucy's Hoffy? Couldn't I don't know enough about him? I said he killed not only mcnabb dialing. I'm sure he killed those girls fighting. He wants to shadow. Mago he'll keith. Killings guest. The shadow excuse. I know where my friend have. You good news off not yet. Oh what a pity. Time is nearly up. You know movies hard time but I you twelve dollars. I'm sorry I'm not a miracle man How we misjudge people. But have you at least Li i. I don't know might have what you like to tell me about it. I will come to my apartment. Nine seventy to drive and come alone. They will be there and have enough ugly the break. I've been waiting for them onto not going alone. Of course if he as suspect that. You're the shadow. Dolly won't kill me. I'M GOING RADIO. Almog outside of Taught Me. I'd recommend because you can't get it up all right and I hope you know what you're doing own coming media thank you molly. Did you say you WanNa Cross you? I didn't say but milk of course law. Oh no wait. Don't hurry I can do that myself later. I don't mind molly. It's too bad that I won't be here to greet Mr Cranston high. You're going away. Yes I'm us but you'll say we'll of course you will lose. What are you doing? I'm going to kill you mind. Yeah I can't tell you how sorry I am. But it's part of my plan was if proof of the touch of death should convince this the Cranston that I mean business. Don't live the way money. There's no pain in this guy. Who Does it comes to all of us? Sooner or later you must come now. You've face to go on my leader in class by my idea but molly mind in a blueprint. You're not gonNA open it. I Will Kinda. Please don't go what's the matter. Can't you see it's a trap deer? He didn't answer the Budget Fedora. I'm not for you to open. Any waiting Medicaid looked. You've been waiting to discuss all. She's pressure death. Maybe no mark. I wouldn't thousands line molly if it's is on brothers why. I don't know but I've got the front with a minute. Look at this arrest attorney mark. I don't increase and having looked like a mark especially now but I see something as well. I note on a typewriter on the cable messages. Doesn't they say it says one by one the evidence my neck's Cranston show isn't in your apartment before May Nineteenth Nineteen forty-six the shadow of the conclusion in four minutes on Classic Radio Theater. On your favorite station. We encourage you to participate in the GIFT CARD. Challenge these days. We all probably know of a local business. That is struggling to adapt to the current realities. Here's a small way that you can help amounting the gift card challenge if you're able think of your favorite local business and then by. Gift Card today buy it online or pledged to buy one as soon as you can. 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It's true but there's a big if you must do everything possible now to help yourself and your family. Nobody else will help you. Listen because this is important. A complete first aid kit handy. Keep a close container of drinking water and your refrigerator enough a three days show. You have a good fire extinguisher. Take a look around your house right now and pick out the safest spot away from windows and doors make sure that every member of your family understands. He is rushed to that same spot. When there's danger convinced that these precautions necessary right now and I hope I can convince you. They're important he of family yourself and your community and you're listening to classic Radio Theater on your favorite stations. The conclusion of the shadow may nineteenth nineteen forty-six the touch of Death Nestle Cranston. The shadow isn't in your apartment before Anthony. Life not find out. What are you going to do nothing? Shadows not going to keep Lucius waiting. well. I S Shadow thank you a compliment from one so high. You can't keep those hands from yeah. She's not as sentimental as I am shadow. You'll impress me. I guess you'll all my sister-in-law and Mr Cranston said you are invisible. I didn't quite believe it. You know being secluded in the jungle of the Amazon for ten years one loses touch with modern science death. Listen this is a native death. Chat that I've written into a symphony Was No other way to meet you. Your sister in law Then Mr Cranston is tells you everything shadow doesn't have to be told and Mr Cranston. Where does one begin? And the other end I one. I can tell you what your will be near assumption. Sit Down my friend make yourself visible. We can talk more play. Apps even reaching understanding shadow doesn't sit with us. Well then perhaps Cranston will sit down with me clemson juicy. I know who you are. I suspected from the beginning but I needed to prove convince myself loving lose his. Am I look at the marks that your shoes are leaving on the rug the steps you leave the Marc Lamont Cranston my nothing now all calculus shadowing another terrorist? I thought you might be outsmarted you iphone the month. Cranston come to my apartment and then I killed molly. That was a track that I had set for you. And you walked right into it into the paraffin that I had smeared around Bali's body and now the shadow has brought it here. So what am I to think? Well what about it but I just sensible question your power to make yourself visible my power killer with a touch. Combine them and we can have anything we want as as equal partners of course on. I want more greedy. Aren't you very well how much I want everything you serious? I've talked with murderers. I have no sense of humor. Who's got on that phone? Call the police. Tell them everything you say today but if I should also tell them who the shadow is every newspaper in the city were carry the story. What are you supposed underworld? We'll do the Lamont Cranston then chances with the underwear just a phone well. I'm afraid you'll give me no alternative. I'll have to kill. Don't try to get away. I know exactly where you are. You're shoeprints held me behind the table where you're just behind the table. I must be. I'll find you find you like when I do my arm my arm. Oh right here behind you holding. I don't kill me I and let me go since you know that could be wiped off. Didn't think of that. I know please. I won't tell you. Let me call on her style. Rip Off this now. I've got your touch of dazzle. You almost broke my arm. Genius to find the club that fits over the hand and looks exactly like a human hand underneath nail fine needle with poison island case against you was completely his own no shadow because I still have the club not now last victim of such a bit stupid. You didn't think of your own death before you'll kill out as a Dali steady get home. Get some of that sleep as long. You're firm minute. I'm still nervous about. How close candidate reveal? You know that your life wouldn't have been with are Pincushions Closes Cola shadow of and had done Harvard decline of cab. Data of hotcakes poison Margaret. There's some poisons that are so deadly and so is their presence in the blood can be detected natives the Amazon jungles produce such poise. All I. I'm glad you have fighting dotting. I'm so sleepy. That you in the street all almost invisible Blue Shadow program is based on a story copyrighted by street and Smith publications that character's names places Bader fictitious any similarity to persons. Living or dead is purely coincidental again. Next week let's shadow of demonstrate. That crime does not a Next week same time same station. Mutual Don Lee will bring you another strange and pulling adventure in. The shadow was daring battle against the forces of evil shortlisted. His program was transcribed earlier mutuals eastern network presentation to our west coast listeners. This is the mutual Don Lee broadcasting own nineteenth nineteen forty six the shadow on classic Radio Theater. I'm Tony Jones. Are you about ready to climb the walls at the house? 'cause you're still under a stay at home order or maybe you're trying to figure out what to do with your free time when the lockdown finally ends why not try world of warships with world worships. You can comment on massive naval fleet featuring some of history's most iconic vessels of war and you'll unlock news ships every week as you prepare to dominate. The oceans and every ship is accurate to the original every battle. Put you in the middle of the action. Acurite there each week. There's something new experience of new missions. New GAME UPDATES and events to keep you and your friends engaged for our everyday and get this. You can play for free to play for free. 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Imagine that for the one thousand nine hundred forty s about someone who was sneezing for twenty one days. Can You imagine that Long Huh? A ten year old girl sneezes for twenty one days an Indian game leads to an Indian massacre history proves that it does repeat itself yes brands this Lindsay macari back once more for another session of. Can you imagine that my cards and I have dug up a lot of interesting items. For Your Amusement and amazement you know written down by historians quoted by almost everyone at one time or another is a heck maiden phrase. History repeats itself about hacking. Does it is try though. It may seem at never loses its through through usage many are the examples of its proof but one of the most dramatic and startling parallels of history approve is saying. I discovered in two sets of newspapers published three hundred years apart. One set of newspapers were the first to be printed in the English language outside of England and republished in Amsterdam Holland beginning in the year. Sixteen twenty the other set of news items came from dispatches emanating from the same part of Europe as the first but three hundred years later now to begin listen to this modern dispatch of October eighteen. Nine thousand nine hundred eighteen known that we the people of checkable. He Mia have proclaimed a republic to be known as Czechoslovakia on this day and in July. Nineteen twenty at the conference of Ambassadors. It is by agreed that the borders of the Republic of Jacuzzi Slovak Lia or confirmed by the decision at this conference of ambassadors. That was in one thousand nine eighteen. Nineteen twenty now. Go back three hundred years to the year. Sixteen twenty on November four and prod Brahimi A- visting takes place in the name of the Almighty and whom we place our trust. County Frederick King of Bohemia in Diane have been placed the protection of Boogie me against all invaders against those who would destroy the state. God it well King. Rhetoric did history repeat itself and sixteen. Twenty when Frederick was crowned King of Bahia and Nineteen Twenty when the Republic of Czechoslovakia was confirmed by treaty but born in trouble torn with wars. That nation has been tossed to and fro on the deep and rough waters of international diplomacy. Emperor Ferdinand of Austria in an alliance with certain other princes made war on Bohemia a dispatch from Amsterdam paper of the year. Sixteen twenty one st theft. The English ambassador who has been at the assembly of Regensburg has been told that whatever agreement could be arrived at had been hindered by the soldiers in Bohemia the troops continue to fight with the soldiers of Yager and doffs in Solutia that was in sixteen twenty one. Now listen to history repeat itself again. This dispatch that reached the press of the world on September fourteen. Nineteen Thirty Eight Open. Fighting broke out today in the Sedate Narrative. Czechoslovakia near Eager. Two thousand sedate armed with machine guns rifles and pistols battled hundreds of tech group beliefs. And still more along the amazing parallel of history from the Amsterdam paper of sixteen twenty. The enemy has captured. Some of King. Frederick's cannon together with ammunition bossing the king to retire back into Prague the time again changes but the locale remains the same Bohemia or Czechoslovakia the date. September thirteen nine hundred thirty eight pledge to the newspapers of the world was this announcement grim. Manson PENDING THREAT OF WAR TERRIFYING. And it's simple. Finality Dispatch Special Bullets. Prague Czechoslovakia September. The Eighteenth Nineteen thirty eight. The TECH GOVERNMENTS TODAY REJECTED DAYTON GERMAN ULTIMATUM. Which was to have expired at one? Am The ultimatum briefly. Was this that the Czech government withdraw declaration of martial law and remove all as from this date narrate. The tech government flatly refused to bow to the demands. War is imminent while street. Fighting still goes on in the Dayton area determined to fight off the attack threatening independence. Czechoslovakia why the head with war plans strengthening fortifications mobilizing troops. Now move back in time. Once more. Suddenly Sixteen twenty-three crushing defeats were overwhelmed. The Bahamian nation and in the month of June sixteen twenty three and the city of Sedan. Some once King Frederick Brainier. Now A man. Without a nation. He writes a letter to his wife. The end come. I shall go to hug. Perhaps there to plead again all my life. I've would that we possess for the little corner of the Earth where we could rest together in peace. The wrote Frederick King of Obama in sixteen twenty three and once more history repeats itself. Listen to the parallel the time October. Five nineteen thirty eight another man another century but the situation. Listen I ed would vanish resigned my position as president of Czechoslovakia. Because I feel by doing so I shall remove an obstacle to the new conditions which now confront the state and the finale back again on the seventeenth century. The trample soldiers heckled through the streets of Bohemia General Tilles men victorious taking Bohemian. The name of their master the Emperor of Austria back to the twentieth century to October. Six thousand nine hundred eighty eight the same country. Only the time is different marching into Bahia Czechoslovakia our troops dictator. Hitler's jubilant fighting for the Pamper their boots echoes and re echoes through. The streets. Wants March the men of general. Kelly Frederik Ferdinand. Yes yesterday does ricky and all this sounds like a hay fever convention and if it is the sufferers can sympathize little ten year old Bertha Turner of Crossville Tennessee. Why well a news item? We dug up birth. I have started sneezing and for twenty one days. Just think twenty one days had kept it up. Her family told the doctor that when the sneezing occurred breathlessness as many as two hundred times in succession. Can you imagine that but fortunately at last reports she was recovering. Did you know that one of the oldest games on the North American continent enabled an Indian chief? Do Bring up one of the bloodiest massacres in Canadian history. Yes what started out. As a game ended up. In a massacre of almost every English soldier in Fort Mitchell mcnutt in seventeen sixty three. You kinda became a British possession and the Indian chief Pontiac who hated the English resented but he's followed his bride apparently and invited the English to witness a game of bag away or as we know the game today Lacrosse. The commandant of the Fort Wisely declined fearing trap of his men got too far away from the park but later in his quarters. Pontiac is back so I show him in that it goes. Now what do you suppose these up to he comes? We find out further is in your heart to think. Pontiac speak with double hung that he plans evil while holding up handle friendship. You THOUGHT PONTIAC. Braves was attack English soldiers while they are out of Fort. That is not true so funny has commanded his braves to play in front of where you can walk without leaving full. I say that's great I'm sorry Sir Great Pontiac. We accent may my heartbeat black and for thinking evil true to his word. Pontiac brought his braves to play the game of Beckett away in the common down saw to it that the lines of play were not posted to near the fort then in the middle of the game those Indians really favor all their worth. Just look at the love. Each other they have been known to kill each other in the game Beckett away assume that moving year to the floor I have nothing to worry about those two medicine men mocking the goals have been on the move on. That often happens you now. I know I suppose. There's nothing to worry about. Nov said we may take advantage of old pontiacs. Just your decent enjoy the game. Wait what's going on all the minute into the what this is. A close Indians are reaching Proton hopes. They wouldn't do that if they were just playing a game. The game has given them the judge to get close to the ball. You're right sir. It wasn't trap. It's too late to get back to the the middle and it was a trap under cover of a game of Lacrosse. The Ottawa Indians around English soldiers poured into the fort on Tomahawk every Englishman sight. Thus what started out as the game ended up as bloody well comes now the time for another oddity in musical rather we should say similarity in browsing around the world of music. We've picked up quite a lot of interesting facts and here's why you play detective with first. We're going to let you. Listen to be honest. Play a bit of Russell offspring now. Listen did you catch any resemblance to a popular number of years back. Well rather than have curiosity got the better deal. Play the popular number volume. It's sweet little. You Well now wants more. It's time to take our leave as we turn you over to the care of your own answer as intimate garrisoning Joel. Goodbye now as it was originally broadcast back in nineteen forty mostly on the west coast of the United States it originated as I recall from. Kfi in Los Angeles. Can you imagine that on Classic Radio Theater and we hope you can imagine finding us on our website? Classic Radio Dot Stream. That's classic Radio Dot Stream. I promise no sneezing there. No allergens at our website. There you'll find classic Radio Theatre podcast you'll also by classic Radio Theatre Collecting Information and you can also contact me. Their Classic Radio Dot Stream and our podcasts are available anywhere fine. Podcasts are served. 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A wall notes that trump's threat to halt the funding. We should hours after floods. Foresee evacuation of ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop or did he. A legal basis for the action meantime word that Ohio groups trying to put ballot measures before voters in November will not have to go door to door looking for support. Federal judge ruled this week. That because of the covid nineteen pandemic the state must allow petition to be gathered electronically ambushed collection deadline back to July thirty. First Tony Web with Ohioans for secure and fair elections which is pursuing package of voting changes. She says the risk of spreading corona virus has hampered the campaign's efforts that would create a health risk to the signature collectors and to the potential signers the only way that we could really show the amount of grassroots support we needed to get access to the ballot would be to go online where folks are right now and give them the opportunity to find petition. The traffic methods however Secretary of State Frank. Larose plans to appeal the decision. A spokeswoman told reporters the petition requirements sent in the Ohio Constitution and decisions on changing on belong to the General Assembly in the people. Mary Sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest and funded in part by George Gun Foundation and you may equate religious activism with heavy topics like abortion but various church leaders of. Wisconsin are now Congress to take more action for those affected by the pandemic. Here's White Moen. Some of the stimulus money set aside by federal law makers has gone to churches impacted by the downturn in Wisconsin. There's been a push by some faith leaders. Congress to ensure that any more stimulus funding not necessarily go to churches. But for people still to get by the Reverend Carry Parker the Wisconsin Council of Churches says. It's not about stoking political tension but rather seeking indications change. It's not quite as visible as these. These major efforts that you see in other places But nevertheless were there all the time trying to work for change that will benefit the most vulnerable people among us grew. Parker leaves includes more than thirty member churches from various denominations across the state. The Council says Congress should authorize more stimulus funding. That can help stay governments. Avoid Steve Budget cuts while helping vulnerable residents? Deal with key expenses. This is pianist as the nation shifts from pause to go. The Guardian reports forecasts from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of business model predicts covid nineteen cases will reach five point four million and a death hole in the. Us could be two hundred ninety thousand by July. The twenty fourth that if states fully reopened without any social distancing measures in comparison the model predicts nearly two hundred thirty thousand desk by the same date till I twenty fourth if states reopened but individuals do maintain their social distancing efforts while cases of corona virus. Going down in Washington State are title reports. Racial disparities increasingly are being laid bare. According to The Washington State Department of Health White people are sixty eight percent of the state's population but make up forty three percent of cases. Meanwhile thirteen percent of the state is Hispanic but they represent thirty six percent of cases. African Americans are four percent of the population but seven percent of cases. 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The Texas Industry has struggled in recent years because of overfishing hurricanes and floods but a new program could be a boon for consumers and the Gulf economy the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission will vote today to adopt rules that govern how people are allowed to grow auditors in cages in State Waters Lance Robinson heads the agencies coastal Fisheries Division and says. Many states have practiced oyster MIRA culture for decades. He says he believes both consumers and the Texas economy will benefit. It creates another avenue for individuals who want to be in a commercial seafood industry. Another way to produce that seafood product. That really is destined for a very unique market. A high demand high dollar market. I'm rise Brown. Texas was last remaining Gulf of Mexico. State did not allow Oyster Miracle -Ture until twenty nineteen. This is Mike Clifford for public. Do Service where member listener supported and online at Public News Service Stagno Orgy. 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We are here everyday Monday through Friday new ZIP. Three eastern Sunday's re Pacific six Eastern. It has been a depressing last few days. But what we're going to try to do today is get back on track. There is a lot of news the last couple of days that we've either only touched on or not talked about at all so going to be a very heavy new show today. We will still take your text messages. Probably no phone calls. We do take any. They will be in the final segment of the show. So don't bother call right now. We've got a lot to get into that. The least of which obviously is last night's w and annexed t shows. We barely talked about them last night on wrestling observer radio because we spent about an hour with Dave doing a live. Qna about the heart episode of dark side of the ring so we can talk about both of those shows here tonight. Get your thoughts on those shows. There was a lot of news coming out of the shows. Obviously W has got their pay per view coming up on Saturday but their questions now going into that pay per view because a bunch of people got injured last night now we have somewhat of an update on everybody. I mean Baker for example is still awaiting her so she doesn't have any sort of news at yet but it appears that it might have been a serious knee injury so if that's the case that would not only take out of the pay per view Saturday but also out of aws ring action for a long time nine months or so so when we know anything more about that we will let you know here on the show but there were some other injuries as well. It appears that everybody else injured is going to be fine for Saturday night. So we'll talk about that when we come back from the break. Dark side of the ring. The Owen Hart episode big hit for Vice TV. Not only was it. 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Aws team and about an hour will get the numbers for both of those shows. Not sure how they're going to do quite frankly last week. The numbers were down. And you know there were. There were various reasons for that. You have see head to head that obviously took a bite out of the young male demo but I mean this week there wasn't a whole lot of big stuff announced and when you announced big things in advance you end up doing a better number so I guess we'll find out what happens here tonight but the big story coming out of a w is so many people got hurt and the major injuries from last night were Phoenix going for a dive and this one was bizarre. Because he's setting up this dive. And there's four guys outside and brawling but if you watch them like they're all trying to brawl but watch the ring because they're all getting ready to catch. Phoenix and they're waiting. They're waiting and they're waiting and they're looking in their waiting like where is this dude and finally. Phoenix does a springboard. He basically springboards facing outside. Then on the top rope he does a half turn then he springs from there and is going to do another half turned into a dive basically a tornado type and everybody waiting to catch him they see him go straight up and he goes straight back down again and so they're all add a position and he crashes and Burns and it's just it's two of these injuries were just those things it just happened in wrestling and he flies him in the area flies down and he just crashes and Burns so the word we got on him last night was he was banged up and they think that he will be okay for Saturday. And because it's Phoenix. I would say there's a ninety nine percent chance that he does the match on Saturday because he's crazy that's the first one. Second Injury was Matt Jackson and this was another one of those pro wrestling deals where they haven't been wrestling for a while because they've been quarantined because California had the only essential travel rule and some of the wrestlers from California did travel like Scu traveled to the shelves. But but Madden Nick stayed home so they had to be back here tonight because they're sitting up the match for Saturday and so in the meantime they did some matches. I mean they did that. Quite frankly completely crazy match. They had together on being the elite or they're taken bumps on the tennis court in the weight room was completely insane but they've not done a lot of wrestling lately so they come back and they're in the stadium because there's going to be the stadium stampede match or whatever it's called and they`re. I guess just you know right off the field on the wall Infield Wall or whatever you call it and all they're doing is a high cross onto numerous members of the inner circle and Nick does. His high cross at met does his High Cross and met blows at a rib and I haven't got an update today but the doctor yesterday believed that he had broken his rib but they still have to find out for sure it could be bruised it could be cartilage but a nothing happening normal as as nick would call it and he did call it in being the elite a house show dive and matches happening blow out his rib and then if you watch the show. I mean he goes from his rib to having big tough Haas Jake Hager just pounding on this guy's back of it that was a thrill anyway that's sad update and finally they did a four way with Nyla. Rose's KRISTAP Leonard headquartered Shida in Brit Baker and Nile arose and Brit Baker. Were the heels and the baby faces or doing this. Spa Auden NYLA accidentally bonk's into Britain the corner and then the baby faces pickup. Neither rose. Who's very big and the idea is going to throw her into Brit Baker in the corner who is very small. This sounds like a bad idea on paper and what happened was Nile. Rose fell directly on route. Baker's right knee and that was the end of that and they they actually Chris statler training spots with bread Baker and thankfully Nile. Rose knew what was going on. Nyla just got in. The ring dragged Brit to the corner and tagged her and that was the last. We saw Baker in the ring. The doctor came out. He's checking on her knee. They help her backstage. The belief last night was that it was probably a torn acl but nothing is official until she gets her MRI. And I don't believe that she had gotten it prior to showtime here today so we just wait and we hope that that's not what it is because she was getting a big push. This was the best work of her career a tornado. Yell would put her out of action for at least nine months then she would have to get back into ring shape and ready to go again and it would probably take a real jobs a dentist as well for a while there so this is a big break for Brit Baker and not a positive big break and we just wait to find out what's going on here in the next twenty four hours so SC injury upbeat from yesterday very depressing to see so many injuries on one show. It sucks and these are not the only injuries in the last couple of weeks. There was a situation where Marco stunt got pummeled in one of these dark matches and he was hurt. And it's just tough. It's tough right now. Could have been worse. Been nobody left in that ladder match. Last night. I mean not only to Phoenix go over there and orange cassidy. I mean even before him. I don't know if it's because and Ajay was over there. In the whole you know. The semblance of the world got thrown off with her standing there in her street clothes. I don't know what it was. Phoenix went straight up. Go straight down like you know. Not exactly his usual trajectory but those guys to sit back and watch them splatter did not just in in. Unfortunately that happened then. Colt Cabana goes running out there. He doesn't I say moon salt basically splits three guys. He looks like he landed on his knees jumped back up. Quick to continue the attack on everybody but then that sucked and then orange cassidy who hit the rail then the concrete. It was not a good day for dives on that side of the ring we would have been left with nobody in that ladder match hopefully with Brit Baker I. It doesn't sound good from how everybody is is approaching discussing it so I I don't have a lot of confidence but maybe we can get lucky. Maybe she can really get lucky. And it's just a matter of taking some time off and and hopefully icing thing down doing some therapy and maybe that's it but it's early doesn't sound good for Saturday night but I'm sure they're happy that that show is over and we're moving on here and hopefully he's injuries are not as bad as kind of sounding on the surface broken rib you a knee torn up in any sense and even been Phoenix Phoenix in some ways. The worst I can see the other two taking time off. I can see Phoenix doing everything he possibly can to stay out there and it's just A bad night per says Phoenix seemed intent on breaking his neck last night. He literally bounced off the Florida and Anti Trust me. His goal was not to crash. I mean you could see all four of those guys. Were all ready to catch him. But it's it's hard because if you're doing just like a high cross if you're doing Scotto if you're doing toe pay I mean you know where the guy's GonNa lay at ninety percent of the time and this was a springboard and not only was it a springboard but it was a springboard double jump half turn is basically what this dive was and they all figured that he was going to go up and out and they were all right. They're ready and unfortunately he just went straight up in the air and I mean we had our local physicist one hundred. Did the the math for you know ray mysterious claim that you know? Take two seconds from to land six feet down. It's wrong. I mean you come down fast. It's over in the blink of an eye. That's what happened back in a moment in life. Imagine this is your money and someone wants to take it from you. Who Is it the IRS? They want your money and gas what they can legally take all of it if they want remember. They sent you that letter that said. 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So that's going around for awhile. So one person. One Wrestler said that in his opinion it was all phoenix fault and worse the way that he went straight up straight down if all those guys would have lunged try to catch him they very well could have pushed his head into the Ring Apron. Which would have been even more tragic so in a sense? It's actually luckier for him. That they would all all the way back there and he just fell on the ground so it's just one of those things that happens in wrestling and another person last night told me that the thing with these empty arena shows with no fans and granted. You know their fans in the in the stands for a w the wrestlers. But I mean they're not fans you're you're you're performing for people in the back and it's better for of your home in terms of ambience but as a performer. You know it would be like if you were doing a rehearsal for a stage play as opposed to actually going out there and doing the play with the live audience watching and cheering and etc. You've just got your your buddies out there in the crowd as person said it's weird because with no fans you don't have that adrenaline rush. You're just going out there and you're just you're just doing your stuff and there's there's no fans going crazy and and you know getting that. Adrenalin pumping and on top of that in the situation that we're in with corona virus like nobody wants to go to the hospital and so there's a feeling among at least some of these wrestlers that we don't WanNa get hurt and if you've ever been in the ring which I have. I mean I can tell you the easiest way to get hurt is to go out there and try not to get hurt. That's when it always happens. You gotta go out there and you just gotTa go if you're thinking about it if you're thinking about your dive if you're thinking about how dangerous something could be. I mean that's always when things go wrong so people are learning how to work. These empty arena matches. Because it's totally different. I mean they're having to have you sound like I mean still pro wrestling but it's it's a different kind of work when you don't have fans there and granted and wwe. I mean it's kind of funny because like David Brooks out there. Come on. She's she's trying to hype up the no fans. It's like weird but you know in general. Everyone's just trying to figure out how to do this now. And what are the things that no matter how much you practice I mean? It's very tough to imagine their fans there when there aren't so it's wanted to throw that out there it's a it's a tough time and hopefully this all blows over very quickly like today. Yes you practice like. You play one of the reasons. Why is because if you this is for any athletics just wrestling too? You know you can't. I'm GONNA take a little off. That's always injuries happen anytime you try to take it easy anytime you try to just always seems to happen. That way Just switch it a little bit from what you're saying But still relating to the social distancing. I'm interested to see how many people that they get into this building on Saturday night and I know that the football stadium from how it sounds. I don't know how much is it going to be taped in advance. I don't know exactly what the deal is there. But they're going to have a just a literal playground for those guys for that match but when it comes to inside dailies place. They've done a good job with whoever is in there now. The wrestlers friends of the wrestlers. However that's working with some of the people that they have in there. I don't know how many it is but I'm interested to know if a ramp that up a little bit for Saturday night if they're able to if they decided because it is good ambience and I think they are happy with the press that they've gotten for it in the comparisons that they've obviously have with. Wwe It's just going to increase the you know the presentation of the show and if you have to stand six feet apart and they're letting people in there in Florida is out there being Florida. I don't see why you don't so I'm interested to see if they can get some more people in there because that's going to be the one thing on on Saturday night for this pay per view for the history of it obviously it's always GonNa have an asterix attached to it because of the situation that we're in but you can put as much of a a positive spin on it as you can in having some people they're making more noise I don't think is the worst idea in the world. There was one very wacky thing on a w last night that is one of those only in pro wrestling with something. This wacky be a thing I guess. So they're talking about this stadium stampede. Whatever the name of this matches does not rule off my tongue. And they're explaining that it's in the stadium next door and it's like an eighty thousand seat stadium or something like that. You can find the exact number of seats but the point is I mean this is. This is a building the size of like a wrestlemainia building. So for those of you that have been wrestlemainia or watch wrestlemainia. I mean we're talking downsizing estate folks if you can believe this it's the size. Yes football state. It's the size of a football stadium. Okay well some of Mike. We don't watch football. We only know stadiums from watching wrestlemainia but anyway so this is giant stadium. And there's nobody in it okay. So even a wrestlemainia like you can brawl around the floor and I guess you could try to into the stands but there's like people everywhere so you're limited in your movement this you will not be limited in your movement at all. You've got an eighty foot or eighty thousand seat empty stadium. Find out the square footage of that. Mike it's so big it's so big it's so big that it's like gigantic okay. So anyway the explain that. There will be a ring in the middle of the football field but falls count anywhere in the stadium. I was like well. What's the point of the ring? Then know what it is literally. It's what you said that. Ask The playground. Like the stadium is is your neighborhood or your city and that's like the little community playground so like if you want to go in there and do some flips or fly around or jump off something they put a ring there for you but I mean the falls. Count anywhere in the stadium. So it's very wacky. I even the point of the ring is but it's there so they want to do couple of spots they can do those during the match. Then just you know all over the place and then come back for some high spots. I guess it's very wacky but I wonder if anything off limits. I really wonder if anything's off limits because I had a chance to was on. What was the movie with? Keanu reeves the football the replacements. Which actually if anybody saw it was actually supposed to be a drama and that's what it ended up turning into but they film that at the Ravens Stadium and they had they had rules there. Were you could not go in the box because there was a production assistant on it for like two days because somebody hustle bad gig. Let me tell you something craft services at that place. That's why you get in the industry for that free food but regardless of that they were places you couldn't go you couldn't go to. The owners box couldn't go here. You couldn't go there. They're just spot. She couldn't go on. I WANNA see them Boston. The Shad cons box that he has in that stadium. I WanNa see what's inside of there. I want to see them. Go all over the place. But I do wonder if there's GonNa be a limitation and I wonder how many people pop up like muppets shod con will. I would assume he's got some other things to do here. Just pray tape. It is an empty arena match. I'm going there next time. He's air just Sydney office or something. I maybe not him but I could see half the Jacksonville team or something that lives in the area. I do wonder what's going to pop up here for this thing so it will be interesting about shared with time. You talk about shed. So there's no fans there. There's nothing so all you have to do is on any day could be at three o'clock in the morning on a random day have show have shed sitting in a chair something and just film him like Eyes Wide. And you know what I'm saying. And then you just edit that reaction shot in is is somebody brawls. You don't have to have everyone in there in the same shot together. It's like last night on t and trust me. I am not burying this. I think this is great. Last night on INEX- t velveteen dream returned and I guess it's W. E. Return. He missed a week but now he's back so it's return he he'd Super Kicks Adam. Cole Adam Cole. Flies over the barricade into the nonexistent fans. He's in he's in the universe with no stars in it or something whatever and so velveteen goes up onto the post and the story is that he has a flying elbow off the post onto Adam Cole on the cement so you seem go up there and he flies and then they cut to him landing on Adam Cole. On the cement. What they did obviously was a pre-tape like he leapt off the post and Leonard at a crash pad and then they had him just stand up and dropping elbow on Adam Cole and they edited the to thing and it looked awesome. It looked great and to me. Listen if you're stuck in empty arenas with no fans do should be all sorts of stuff like this. That's like take advantage of the situation. In some way. I thought that spot was awesome. I was wondering what people are. GonNa think about that because I kinda liked it but it was reviewed. I love what I was saying yesterday about. Like the STOMPS. Like if you want to do something a little bit different camera at it's like you the goodfellas stopping out scene of their. You know the guys getting kicked. I mean we haven't seen that shot would be something different. We haven't seen that one that they use last night and use that trick yet in new. It's a slippery slope. You start doing stuff like that. Then you have to worry about instead of too many cuts too many edits into a match where we have to worry about that but you know to again. This is there's going to be positives that come from all of this stuff. That's taking place in these empty arena matches and everything else. And we'll see how they decide to incorporate some of this stuff if they decide to once people actually get back into the building. Dark side of the ring. Best Ratings in season history. Three hundred and forty nine thousand viewers on Vice TV eighteen to forty nine point one eight rating thirty first overall for the night and the cable. Tv rankings NET CATEGORY VIEWERSHIP NUMBER. Eighteen to forty nine top. This year's to premiere on Chris Ben Wa for the best number dark out of the ring has done and not only was the highest rated episode of Dark Side of the ring that makes it the highest rated episode of any show in the history of Vice TV home. Run for vice back in a moment observer. Life it's time to get to the yard. It's time to get outside and make it amazing yet to the grass and sunny afternoons. It's the season to get your backyard ready for action to get along lush and green. Get rid of those pesky patches. 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The discover credit score card free for everyone learn more at discover dot com slash credit scorecard limitations apply. You're listening to wrestling observer. Live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Semper Vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network. Elber is here Wrestling Observer. Love Mike Zimmer V of wrestling observer dot com the NFC gearing up several dench upcoming week. Several flights have been announced for those events. The next event Saturday may thirtieth tyron Woodley versus Gilbert Burns following that you have c two fifty the pay per view on Saturday June sixth headlined by Amanda Nunez and Felicia Spencer Cody garbrandt and Huffy L. A. Son Sow also official for the show. And I guess the big story coming out of this which is not that big because they'll find somewhere but these shows are scheduled to take place at the Apex Facility in Las Vegas Nevada. It's you have facility and on. Wednesday may twenty seventh next Wednesday. They'll find out whether they can actually use that facility or not because using that facility requires Las Vegas to open up for sports without fans and right now there are no sports without fans it has not been opened up so the meeting is next Wednesday. And if that gets the go-ahead those shows will take place at the apex and if it does not get the go-ahead they gotta find somewhere else to run those shows which would probably be Florida. I guess maybe the the fight island but does not fight island dude. It's in a secret location. Mike. You can't tell people where that is. I think they're teasing me on this. I'm certain to believe that. There's no fight island coming up with elegance either but it's like it's a hidden island somewhere out there. I'm starting to believe that it doesn't exist. Geena. Are you lying to all of us? Are You doing that? I'm pretty confident. I'm pretty confident Mike. This crazy guy has an island. Kendrick lorikeet drinking somebody. There's there's a lot of crazy things he says but I mean this one is so crazy that I believe him. Can you inject bleach on this island? Raw drop from last week's number boosted by the becky lynch pregnancy announcement following eight percent from last week. Averaging one point seven six million viewers our one at one point eight two million viewers our to one point eight one million viewers at our three one point. Six four million viewers and boy. I had some people mad at me on twitter last week when I when I when I questioned the idea of having Barron Corbin be your smackdown. whatever they call it their their newest trade gimmick their newest superstar shakeup gimmick admitted ratings. The best guy to be going to raw to challenge drew McIntyre well even though everyone got mad at me the answer is I was right and it was a dumb idea. His match with drew McIntyre did one point five million viewers for that final quarter one point five million viewers. That's that's impact on TNA or TNA on spike numbers right there so That that obviously led to that powerful plunge there in the third hour of the show and there you go at this to watch the show for I mean honest. Here's another problem with a three minute matches. Nothing I'm going to continue hammering on this but you can already really glean as much as you can from the show as much as you'll need to get from the show by watching the video clips the highlights that they produce and put out on Youtube and on WWe DOT COM. And you see on our front page that we re post. You don't have to when you cut these matches down where you can watch them. Basically on twitter. You can get as much as you need to get Within two minutes twenty seconds and under you have really what? What is the point of tune into the show? What's the point of sitting there an investing three hours? At least you can say well the matches you're going to have you're going to have to be able to sit here and watch the matches and again. I don't want to see the iconic and Nikki Alexa Ago. Twenty five minutes but I look at a roster filled with talent and I look at all the people that they have on there and I apparently have a lot more faith in these men and women and their abilities and the people that have hired them and throwing a bunch of money at them. Because I can guarantee you if you throw Daniel Bryan Ed Dry. You come up with any you know. Wwe Two K. FANTASY RANDOM BOOKING. And you pull up the names. I can almost guarantee you that they can go out there and and fill eight nine ten minutes and not make it horrible. You know I just. It's just boggles my mind that they really think that three men all the people are going to turn away. They've already turned away. Now you're giving you more of a reason to not tune in because they don't have to watch the matches it's just a silly silly way and really shortsighted odd way to look at things and I know they don't want to be a w and I know you cannot have ethically long matches even with the best people in there. You can't do sixty minute matches. Whatever but damn if you can't even do nine ten unless it's the main event what are you even doing? WanNa mention this by the way the last you have C. Show on. Espn this past Saturday night. This was the L. Tarim. Walt Harris fight so before corona virus last. Espn fight night on ESPN. They had six hundred seventy two thousand viewers. It was from Brazil in March. This was when they still had fans six hundred seventy two thousand now granted Sharon in the afternoon so it was not a primetime show but Saturday night show on. Espn at one point. Two million viewers for that show which is a very very strong number so couple of things here number one. I mean this does bode well for W on Saturday night. I mean the the UFC pay per view a week ago. The the first big pay per view Did a very very good number. Seven hundred thousand buys at that by the way you have to. It's not a traditional paper. Vinnie MOORE GOTTA GET ESPN. Plus you've got to use treatments your television or get the APP or whatever. Seven hundred thousand buys with that show. I mean that tells you that Danes theory that these fans WanNa watch some fighting. It's true they wanted to watch some fighting and this show here this live show even though there were no fans one point two million viewers. So it's possible. This W show is going to do much better than some people are expecting because people wanNA watch wrestling on pay per view. I guess we'll find out Saturday. But point of this is the eighteen to forty nine numbers for you see on. Espn point five zero rating. That's up there with Ron smackdown. And the reason I bring that up is because and by the way they were second for the night by only live pedia knee and he Point five rating in eighteen to forty nine. I mean that's further evidence about what we talked about last week which was UFC going head to head with aws. Next t took a big bite. Out of both of their young male demo and the young male demo on both shows was down virtually identically so it was almost certainly USC. Scooby very interesting to see the numbers here today. Expect the numbers to be up from last week's show even though there wasn't really anything major announced for for either shell this week so we'll see about me. Look at my watch right ear. Thirteen minutes we should know these numbers. Maybe get lucky again. Maybe we'll slip out a little bit early the one time that everyone's asking for the numbers and I say they've never come out before wrestling observer live goes off the year though one time. I say that they did come out for the Sean Industry. Help us out here help me out. Don't make me look like an idiot. I do. I do that all by myself. Yeah you do know a lot of text messages. Brian actually shouldn't be saying he should be saying Mike. Filing on fight island. It's simple get it straight. Buddy is well. I don't know Zip zip code now that I think about it but I don't know if abandoned her abandoned but I hope it's not abandoned island that would mean something really bad happened there deserted. I was GONNA say well the Bikini Islands where they set off the The the do the nuclear testing at Specie by the way there was a corona virus nurse Russia. That had like one of those see-through gallons on the plastic gowns but she was hot now like I mean she was. She was overheated. She said Oh and so hot. She was just wearing a bikini underneath and like I guess they suspended her fired her something like that but but all the patients were upset about it because they were like. We were fine with this. I was GONNA say did any of the male or no they were. They were thrilled but then they but then like her claim was well. I didn't know it was see through. I was like what you put it on every day. Anyway she that sounds like the Explanation of a woman who is done with this job and is fully ready to go into the fans. Well that is one way to to get furloughed. I guess that's one way to get a lot to move on right. This person says the Baron Corbin match beat the edge or in Promo on views on youtube by far. Does that mean anything listen? I'm not going to sit here and tell you that these youtube numbers mean nothing. Okay I mean they do mean something but they sure don't mean that much at all and like there's there's virtually no correlation between Youtube viewership and quarter our numbers the the vast majority of of WWe's youtube audience is outside of of this country. Like whenever you see these numbers like say for example a million people let me more than this is gonNA throw it a million because his knees number for me to do math if a if a youtube video has a million views for me like let's say it's barren corbin dramatic tired says one million views. Okay an easy. Seven hundred thousand of those views are like from India. Yes in about three hundred thousand or from here in the US. That's the IT's seven thirty. Okay if you look at the you how much you makes for the company in a given year. I mean you can't even find it and when you look through the earnings reports like thrown in there with social media at like the number someone can send me the exact number but I mean the entire annual social media generated by debit me is less than three million dollars in a company. That's going to generate over one billion dollars in revenue. So when people say oh. Don't worry about the ratings. My God look at these youtube numbers like Bro. They're making much money they make off those TV deals. It's it's two point. Three billion over five years two point three billion dollars over five years and about fifteen million dollars over five years for all of social media including youtube so I can't say that it means nothing but it means a little bit more than nothing eight. Look you may get new fans that are actually they come from Youtube. It's just you get paying fans if it look. It's great to have those views not demeaning in any way but how many of those people can you turn around and like you mentioned? They bury the money that they make or anything that they get from. It's like what tangible investment are these people making your product other than just this view that she get that tends to repeat over and over again if you leave it on all of us and everything else so again. It doesn't mean as much as the nuts and bolts. We talk about every day. 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But they're hoping that it is actually just bruised ribs so I we'll find out about him as well. I think bruised or crackers probably still working on on Saturday. I mean you could protect the guy there's GonNa be I mean it's it's faction versus faction so if he needs to be hidden and protected. You can do that so or I mean you could also do the story that he got his ribs broken by Jake. Hager and taken out of the match. And now it's a handicap match with the baby faces having to fight from behind. I think that would be a little bit better in a confined space. I mean when you've got a building as big as it is. I mean a little bit different to do that. But there you go. I understand that So many bad things happen last night. This may not have been the best idea. But can you imagine if Adam page would have been busted into that stadium on a horse? Maybe they're saving it for the paper but can you imagine if the hey man would have came out there for the save with a Lasso on the horse coming down the field duty cast. He went running down that field and hit a Larry. It and it was awesome about it. If you would have been on a horse galloping all the way down that field and hit a horn he said he hit a clothesline from on the horse and after behavior because he's so tall but that would have been a phoenix is going four fifty off the horse. You GOTTA BE CAREFUL. Yes also like to mention that next week on this show probably for the entire show. Jim Russ lead joining us. It'll be early next week. I'll give you more details in the next couple of days. But that's GonNa be a lot of fun talking. His new book available right now. Amazon and bookstores everywhere. And with that. Were totally out of time. Everybody WanNa thank you all for listening. Mike is always callers and listeners. Talk next time. Wrestling Observer live. You're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven heartland news feed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's compost new service during newscasts for maybe twenty first twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. President trump Wednesday threatened to halt federal funding to Michigan and Nevada over the distribution of absentee ballots in those states amid the ongoing coronavirus. Outbreak has left more than ninety thousand Americans. Dead that from a L. Both Michigan and Nevada are considered potential swing states in November a while notes the trump's threat to halt the funding. She should hours. After floods forced the evacuation of ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop order. Decide a legal basis for the action meantime word that Ohio groups trying to put ballot measures before voters in November will have to go door to door looking for support and federal judge ruled this week that because of the covid nineteen pandemic the state must allow petition signatures to be gathered electronically and Bush the collection deadline back to July thirty. First Tony Web is with Ohioans four secure and fair elections which is pursuing a package of long changes. She says the risk of spreading corona virus has hampered the campaign's efforts because that would create a health risk to the signature collectors and to the potential owners. The only way that we could really show the amount of grassroots support we needed to get access to the about would be to go online where folks are right now and give them the opportunity to find our petition. The electronic methods however secretary is State. A frank larose plans to appeal the decision. A spokeswoman told reporters the petition requirements set in the Ohio Constitution and decisions on changing them belong to the General Assembly and the people. Mary Sherman reporting. This story was produced in association with media and the public interest and funded in part by George Gun Foundation and you may equate religious activism with heavy topics like abortion but various church leaders of. Wisconsin are now calling on Congress to take more action for those affected by the pandemic. Here's White Moen. Some of the stimulus money set aside by federal law makers has gone to churches impacted by the economic downturn in Wisconsin. There's been a push by some faith leaders for Congress to ensure that any more stimulus funding not necessarily go to churches but for people still struggling to get by the Reverend Kerry Parker Wisconsin Council of Churches. Says it's not about stoking political tension but rather seeking institutional change. It's not quite as visible as these. These major efforts that you see another places But nevertheless were there all the time trying to work for change that will benefit the most vulnerable people among us. A group. Parker leaves includes more than thirty member churches from various denominations across the state. The Council says Congress should authorize more stimulus funding. That can help stay governments. Avoid Steve Budget cuts while helping vulnerable residents deal with key expenses? This is PMS as the nation. Pause to go. The Guardian reports forecasts from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of business model predicts covid nineteen cases will reach five point four million and death hole in the. Us could be two hundred ninety thousand by July. The twenty fourth that if states fully reopened without any social distancing measures in comparison the model predicts two hundred thirty thousand deaths by the same date. 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The theater of the mind this is classic Radio Theatre want to get away from it all the FBI in peace and war. Mcgee the unexpected. The unexpected the unexpected. Now here's your host. Why Cops Evening Friend Harry? Perry stars is the Great Gildersleeve in an episode from seventy four years ago today. May Nineteenth Nineteen forty-six Leroy learns to dance. And the you know how it is with youngsters and that sort of thing dealing with girls before they get to a certain age anyway. We thank you for tuning in on a very special Tuesday. It is the nineteenth day of May the one hundred thirty nine day at one hundred fortieth day rather of twenty twenty two hundred twenty six days remaining until we get to twenty twenty one. It was on this date in nineteen. Ninety-two Dan Quayle gave a speech to the Commonwealth Club of California on the subject of the Los Angeles Riots. Now in the speech. Quayle blamed the violence in la on decay of moral values and family structure in American society. Now in an aside he specifically cited the fictional character in the television programme Murphy Brown as an example of how popular culture contributes to this poverty of values saying doesn't help matters when prime time. Tv Has Murphy Brown character who supposedly epitomizes. Today's intelligent highly paid professional woman mocking the importance of fathers by bearing a child and calling the just another lifestyle choice now quayle drew a firestorm of criticism feminist and liberal organizations and was widely ridiculed by late. Night talk show host with remark the Murphy Brown speech and the resulting media coverage damaged the Republican ticket in the nineteen ninety two presidential election and became one of the most incidents of the nineteen ninety-two campaign long after the outcry had ended the comment continue to have an effect on. Us Politics Stephanie. Coons A professor of Family. History and the author of several books and essays about the history of marriage says this brief remark by quayle about Murphy Brown kicked off more than a decade outcries against the collapse of the family. Now in the nine one thousand nine hundred ninety three series premiere of Murphy Brown. That season Brown character watched quayle's comments on television and responded on the fictitious new show. Fyi later in the episode. She hired a truck to dump a thousand potatoes. On coils doorstep. Your member the remark about never mind if you don't if you do great if you don't Dan Quayle claim that the singular potato had Anina Poto O. Which is wrong and in he was relying on a flash card that was wrong in two thousand and two Candice Bergen. The actress who played Brown said I never really said much about the whole episode which was endless but his speech was a perfectly intelligent speech about fathers not being dispensable and nobody agreed with that more than I did. Let's see on this date in fifteen. Thirty six BELINDA. The second wife of King Henry. The eighth was beheaded. The one hundred thirty ship. Strong Spanish Armada set sail for England on this date in fifteen eighty eight. It was defeated in August. The colonies of Massachusetts Bay Plymouth Conduct Connecticut and New Harbour met on this date in sixteen forty three to form the New England. Confederation Congress passed the emergency quota. Act on this date. In nineteen twenty one establishing national quotas for Immigration and immigrants the first annual Calendars County Frog jumping jubilee held on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight in Angels Camp California British author and soldier t e Lawrence also known as Lawrence of Arabia died on this date in nineteen thirty five from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash. All it was on this date in nineteen sixty two Marilyn Monroe sang happy birthday to President Kennedy at a celebration of his forty fifth birthday ten days before the actual date has had these two Mississippi for own thing gun battle session where you know with me list feel and our problem come so much now retired from politics after having had happy birthday sung to me that your sweet Marilyn Monroe of course wearing that skin tight dress and that sexy delivery and her images a sex symbol Marilyn monroe singing the President Kennedy on this date back in one thousand nine hundred sixty two. It was announced on this date in one thousand nine sixty four. The Soviet Union had bugged embassies throughout Moscow including the US embassy during the past month. A network of microphones has been found embedded in the walls of the American embassy in Moscow and has been removed and destroyed today. Us Ambassador Boy. Kohler delivered a formal protest about this matter. To the Soviet government secretary of State Dean Rusk in February the State Department recalled one of its security technicians for conferences which led to a decision to demolish a room in the Moscow embassy in April when the microphones were found and the twenty seventh amendment the US Constitution which prohibited Congress giving itself mid-term pay raises when to effect on this date in. Nineteen ninety-two and the you know. Even though it was intended to prevent pay raises the amendment of the Constitution and the ensuing law which comes from that prohibits changing the pay of Congress which means they can't go up or down in mid term among those passing away on this date in history Ronald Colman. Fine actor Ogden Nash. The poet of former first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy actress. Candy Candido Guy. Who Does the the he does it better than I could ever do it. But I'll give you an idea. He will like this voice of the. I'm feeling mighty low and he could drop really low and way high a delightful man Freddie garrity the lead singer Freddie and the dreamers and Morley safer. Oh an Alan Young. How can I miss out? Talking about Alan Young Great Comedian and probably best known to Americans as the owner of Mr Ed in the television show and Morley safer from What was it sixty minutes among birthdays? Today me okay and I share a birth date with Hokey men mass murderer and dictator. Pol Pot Oh the assassinated leader of black Muslims Malcolm X. One of my reasons for going out on a limb as I had to try and make white people Be Shocked awake some of their senses. Because if they don't awake they're gonNA find out this. Little Negro that they thought passive has become a roaring uncontrollable lion inside their house. Innovate in the kitchen in the attic and basement. And if you know that in time you can do something about it now. Mex- born on this date in history. Jim Lehrer of the news hour. 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Seventy four years to may nineteenth nineteen forty six for an episode of the Great Gildersleeve starring Herald. Perry Kraft foods a presents. The Great Gildersleeve. It's Great Gildersleeve starring. Harold Peres brought to you by the kraft foods company makers of a complete line of famous quality food products. It's a fact long recognized and the Gildersleeve household that if you want to catch the old boy in a pleasant mood catch him when he's sitting down to dinner right. There is where we catch in the evening he has. Dust Tucked his napkin. His vast beamed upon his little family and cracked a medium-sized joke from Marjorie. All he gets is but from Leroy those jobs. It's not as funny as all that I thought was funny crackers please migrating junk before I forget it. Well Never Mind Win. You Finish your show. What is it my boy? I liked to rescue? I am perfectly capable of eating and listening at the same time. Leroy the old trick handed down to me by my father. Well well I got a note from the principal today. She Missed Goodwin. She wrote is if she can have a talk with you. He does but as Miss Goodwin wished to talk to me about Leroy. Where is this know? What's in it? Why are you keeping it from me right here somewhere? I did have it. Gosh ooh other pocket Leroy. Oh Nice March. You know to mind your own business. Why don't you pretend you didn't have that Leroy? This not addressed to me as it happened. The familiar with its contents. Ask anybody if I did miss. Gooden wants to have a talk with something told me. Ask him what he did. That made a right to know. I will ask my own questions minds. We thank you without any help from you but did you do Leroy. The meteorite denote answer me. Miss Goodwin says here that some of your social attitudes require adjusting. What does that mean? He claims I was picking on the girls. Well where are you at? The point is to the point. Now where are you at? Where are you not picking on the girls? Well I wasn't the only one thinking solar water made and Donald Rosenberg his terrible. He doesn't do anything that teacher tells you. Remind Donald Rosenberg. What exactly did you do? Raided the girls playground. Any broke up their games. Go on. He thought it was very funny when he told me about it. I'll handle is Marjorie. Why did you do this Leroy? You must have had some reason. Why did you do it? Why because Curl Stink? That's a fine thing to say. It just happened young man that your sister is a girl. Are you apologized to her? This very go ahead apologize. I'm sorry trouble with you. Is You spend all your time with boys. Haven't learned yet how to behave in the presence of a lady. It's high time you did Nancy. That invitation yet but that doesn't you mind our own business. Leroy apologized to your sister. Just apologize again. Love Coins Sake. I apologize what's this about an invitation leroy ago and he hasn't had the decency to answer it yet. I think he might at Least Telegraph. Yes or no. I haven't made up my learning. That's no way to do. What kind of a part of us this Leroy Party Birthday Party? Why that sounds like fun to attend. No no WHO's giving the party boy. No Hammer Sean does a nice little girl. I walked home with her father just the other night. Harry Amherst very pleasant. I think you ought to go to why not for goodness Sake Danton. That's nothing to be scared of by Marjorie and I will teach you how to dance reminds Marjorie. Okay I apologize whether you go to this party or not entirely. Buli right but I will tell you this. If you don't go you'll spend the time right here at home. You don't go off the property understand. And what's more you'll mow the entire on front and back. I know you won't. You'll go to the party only going to enjoy this. Anyone who enjoys outdoor sports as much. You'll enjoy a helpful exercise like dancing. Well you will I Marjorie and I'll dance a little for you then I'll just give you an idea first. Then you can try it come on. Let's get some music here. Let me get in the way of dance. Records reminds me honestly. There's nothing decent. Don't tell me what's this whispering. Larry Rose and his rose buddies strap. What's that where did you hear it too critical? Come on Chill. Leroy the foxtrot my dear back the Fox Trot. It's the easiest. Answer is my boy. Just like walking ready. The Music Rut back. Leroy all back the Rut Foxtrot. I like to cover a lot of ground art music. You'd never anybody have to go through on. Let's get Outta. We don't need the music quite slow. Are you watching Lebron? You'll pay attention. Watch my feet one. Two three four five me my dear to you begin to get the feel of it. Leroy. It's exactly the same. Only you add varieties. You get more skillful. Watch this. That's how you Turnley right. Let's stop the music room and Nali. I want you to try it. No no time like the present. No nonsense now. Dan Music again rounder. Waste guerrilla. Couldn't get his arm around her waist. Where you're standing. I'll move in closer. You don't like what that's the way it's done. I'll get hold of no why it's not so bad you're doing finally right. Just what with all the time? Steer around a circle proudly right. What do three six seven? But he's out of step with music. I found need. Why can't you hear the orchestra? Let's Lipids of Union. Join Yourself. Not Belonging he's busy. Now wait a minute. Who is a call right away? It's usually right Miss Ethel Hemmer schlock be Ryan. She can hear you Korn. Say Gosh Leroy she can hear you can hear you to. Bush may nineteen thousand. Nine hundred forty six Herald Perry the Great Gildersleeve on Classic Radio at the end of the news from seventy four years ago as next. We encourage you to participate in the GIFT CARD. Challenge these days. We all probably know of a local business. That is struggling to adapt to the current realities. 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Thanks for tuning in on this Tuesday edition of Classic Radio Theater some knucklehead wanted to know if I was born in this century the one two centuries ago is an to please I was born in the last century yes I was not not the nineteenth the twentieth. Anyway we're listening to an episode of Herald. Perry Great Gildersleeve as it was originally broadcast. Sunday may nineteenth nineteen forty-six in the newspapers of that Sunday. Seventy four years ago. These are some of the headlines. A tie up of the nation's vast railroad system was postponed for at least five days yesterday following a request by President Truman to Brotherhood leaders. But delay in getting the word to rank and file union members who run the trains disrupting service generally for several hours? Widespread confusion was reported in practically all major rail centers because the walkout of two hundred fifty thousand men and engineers called for four PM. Local time yesterday was canceled only a few minutes before the deadline in the eastern time zone the time lag in dispatching notices to Brotherhood moguls caused thousands of travelers to be inconvenienced says many train crew members the climbed to work until official notice had then received from Brotherhood headquarters in Cleveland with contract negotiations at a standstill. John L Lewis faces this week one of the major decisions of his career on the question. Whether again just shut the nation's coal mines when the strike. Who's in Saturday? His move is bound to affect the lives of one hundred. Forty Million Persons. The threaten railroad strike postponed yesterday. For five days may influence his decision to prolong or turn back. A rail tire would prevent large-scale operation of the minds. Anywhere near the end of the truce. In the event of renewal of the coal stoppage could not be credited exclusively to Louis Secretary of State James at burn said last night. The world is at a crossroads where it can move either forward to an era of better understanding increased opportunity and peace or backwards to a new dark age in the statement opening National Foreign Trade Week Burns called on the United States to speak with wisdom firmness and internal unity saying the voice of the. Us will not be unimportant in the decisions that are taken the American military government champion of a free press in Korea. Crackdown on a Communist publishing plant yesterday. Seems it was printing counterfeit. Money Officers closed the Kaaba Zaghawa press on. What's the Communist Party organ per South Korea High Bangi? Bow Is printed. Some nine million yen in counterfeit notes already had been turned out there. According to military government officials and those some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of Sunday may nineteenth nineteen forty-six on your radio seventy four years ago. The Great Gildersleeve which continues now on classic Radio Theater who well hello. What you love is sick. The parties calling bad lucky Leroy. I telling your birthday party little hypocrite. Georgia I can't let them get away with this Roy. Give me that telephone. What's give me that telephone? This is Mr Jewish lead. I'm sorry to hear about your mother. May I speak to your father for a moment? Thank you the party. Isn't it Harry? You'll loosely dying shame about Mrs Hammer. Slog touch of flu. Let us not serious just the same. It's too bad has to Miss Birthday party. I was wondering if she couldn't come over and spend tomorrow afternoon. We'll leroy anyway. Let go my Lake Leroy disappointed. Maybe we could have a little party just for the to let go my late and that. Take your hands while sick at the same time. A lot of fun. That'd be fine air. You hit the rescue by now on the days. 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The shooting of Wyatt King no relation now the conclusion of the Great Gildersleeve made in one thousand forty six well. Gildersleeve appears to have got himself into sopping again. He intended just to invite the daughter of his friend. Harry Hammers slog over to spend the afternoon with Leroy but he winds up at the last minute trying to make a party team. One Carnegie our thank me put in wouldn't mind eating it myself. Pd rise giving a little birthday party this afternoon. Knee Ryan Birthday. Farney many birthdays. We have a year Leroy Birthday. Giving the party for Ethel Hammer slog and it isn't a party exactly just Leroy NFL. I thought I'd try to Donald up a little bit and give them a good time. So you haven't got any favors or anything like that have you. You know it's remarkable. Usually a man came in here and just last week. Nice doing stuff here. Put me down for a dozen team. That doesn't what snappers you know. The crepe paper snap with the motto. Funny Hat in the pool. It Goes Bang just the thing. Let's see him. Step over into this department. Essentials you beginning to trickle through now on arm injury making danger. They've heard snappers scenes war. You're not going to tell me these army surplus. I believe these represent Greek in who standard pink with the customary. Roughly chain on the they have the added feature Santa Claus Ticker their accounts for this increase in price increase twenty. He used to be came. You sell them for ten without the Santa Claus. But I don't want the Santa Claus it isn't even the season for Santa Claus. But that's reconverting to I. Guess forty cents while break me. You say they got something inside. Yeah and mottos mottos cover saying ensure. Are they suitable for children? You imagine so don't you know I don't want Ethel hamshaw going home with something that'll make her mother refuse to speak to me. Wouldn't be too. You're not going to sell me a pig in a poke. Pd let inside. We'll open one up again. Receive everyone who buys you snapper by pigging poke at you own. If there is in China open one up. I'll pay for it here. Grab the other end of this meeting. And I'll pull it poole P. V. P. V. Pool You Michigan State. When these things go off you make me nervous. Give it to me. Ooh like an open. This time camp you can have. That roses are red violets are blue. I love the girls and the girls love me. Wait a minute it doesn't right. What kind of a motto is that? It doesn't even rhyme. How can anybody it says here made in Japan so reconversion a PD? You know what I think Doorbell Levi. That must be hurt. You'll go birdie. Now Leroy that in Norway this your part of you are going breach again. You watching too. If he was here legally that daddy drive. You just came out that. Go ahead now. Leroy girls I suppose one of House. Hi Hi Welcome Ryan. I got a new dress new from my birthday. I've got a real army compass. If you're coming this where you what are you saying? It's nice. Search okay well. What do you want to do anything you want to do? I'm not gonNA play House. Who wants to play out okay? I saw your cleaning the blackboard yesterday from this fray made me. I don't like very much. Do you know here's a lady sprayed. I shall be posted detain you after school. Now often altogether. How a little busy be improved. China you're funny. That's nothing you ever see. Here's a lady. Hubble walking down the hall Hubble Obese Somebody Else You WanNa see me beyond for more. Hello thought could come over. Happy Birthday Leroy. You wish Ethel Happy Birthday giggling about Leroy Leroy. I want you to play nicely with a here. Well How's your father? I had the pleasure of walking home with him. The other night side here about your mother being ill feeling a little better. She Valley Roy. Why don't you show your books? Why she my book if you deal. I seen him compound Leroy. That's no way guest. It's your duty to entertain her. Not a question of what you WanNa do what she wants to do. She wanted do but ask her nicely. I've gotta take these things out the burden. You just have fun. You hear me really fun. Well each your uncle. I always liked to remind him. He's okay what should we do anything you'd like to do. I can stand on my hands to can easy. You WanNa see me. You might hurt yourself now. We got a tree out back. I can swim by and off the land on my feet every time. Almost what do you think you going? I told you I want you to play with. I'll come back here. I remember this is a party. You're supposed to have a good time about a good game. Blind man's buff. What are you say? Lie Man's buff is what you play at parties. My boy would you like that s today? You see what a polite girl. F- loosely. Roy. Why can't you be like that blind man's buff with just okay? Well I know how about pin the tail on the donkey doorbell? Each Other to pin the tail on. I heard that'd be easy coming could win. I have come at a bad time. Perfect time but just having a little party here. Aren't we get these well? I don't want to address anything. I was just walk and I thought only halamish good won Miss Goodwin. Well this is party this indeed. I got to know the Leroy delivered it all right. Go right ahead and play children to do something about Leroy right now. You can see but is getting along with girls What is it Leroy Leroy? I've told you this is a party as he got the table. Set there and I think he's GonNa have a surprise for you. Oh man doesn't it look festive snappers? And everything already. They're already I then with us a long time I remember. Leroy at F- go. I sees a lady. That's right at one end of the table and Leroy Fire Department. They Leroy. What do we do? I we pull up the ladies chair for. Don't we can call it out but Leroy do it. It's good for Con Safe Day to you. Happy Birthday candles. Twelve of one to grow on a catch fire at everybody. Oh it's a lovely cake Birdie. Yeah not bad I have the frosting Birdie that's right it's just beautiful just beautiful modern. Come on let's leave them. See you got snappers. Their Kids GonNa snap your staffers. Just WanNa look at it for a while Throckmorton after Blah. The candles lot the candles which that stay in. West this eve. Do we have to blow them up right now? You're supposed to blow them out for luck. Blow them all out. You get you wish you want me to say out of this. Gets to blow out our own Campbell's Throckmorton let them do it their own way. Hide like it. He wrote a blow them out for me. Leroy's good floor hau-kei but not just yet. I just want to look a little longer. Looked at it long enough. That about those snappers. Actually you principal would like to see you please. In her office. Oh let's go into my study. We have fun kids. Just don't burn down the house honestly Throckmorton. I'm surprised at you at times. You seem to be truly intelligent and then all of a sudden once you ever avoid throckmorton. Certainly I mean well thank back to the time when you were Leroy Age. Tried to remember how you felt about girls. Then I must've been a Lulu. I wish I'd known you wouldn't have liked. I was different than I remember. There was a little girl a couple of doors up the street name. Was Nancy rich data crash. She must have. I guess pestering me and I guess I played some pretty mean tricks. I I remember one time Eve. Father called me into his room and shut. The door was always a bad sign. And then he said William well I suppose you hear me speak up speak up. You know why you're here. No Saddam no stand up. Stand up straight unfounded. I'll have low slouching when I'm talking to you. He had a report from your Mother Office. Mood of your conduct regarding a certain young lady. You know what I'm talking about me yes you I'm talking to you. I might not addressing the wardrobe I addressing. The bed notion very well. Mrs Rehn spoke the Mother's warning. That suggest anything to you that yes I should like to hear the whole story from your own lips if I may the whole story. He stop saying what's the matter with you? You Got Asthma. I don't know father maybe I have other. Maybe I should see a doctor. Maybe Dr Yeager could help me try to change this up. You're young and proceed with your story in omit no details. Yes Nancy rindge. Pesters me all the time see yesterday afternoon she was hanging around with Ralph and I were trying to play. Catch WTMJ proceed. Don't try to put the blame on Rough Morton. I'm sorry father. It's my asthma anyhow. She kept hanging around. We weren't paying any attention to then. She started interfering with our game. In what way. Who's trying in on the game? A catch you're trying to make plain so well. I chase grew away. That's all there is to it. By Son I'm not to be off with a long inconsequential story about a game. All how did you chase the little girl away? Dump the bucket on it but it wasn't young man. I'm astonished unapologetic that taught girl. I believe it your mother and I have tried fit leader teach you. The man's highest obligation is defendant protect the members of the opposite sex. You'll receive punish when day THROCKMORTON PUNISHMENT. A father please. I won't do it again. At least one day. Remove Your Thousands Rock Morton? He and they'll be two extra for your asthma. He really gave it to me to weep little track rock pardon. How old were you when all that happened? But Leroy's age I guess yes sir that stays girls were just a big pain in the neck to me. You've gotten over it pretty well. Having to buddy you think I think you're cure it all right. Do you remember when it was you. I began to feel differently than we certainly can't worry about. Leroy you have to take let nature take its course. Throckmorton at his age all we can hope for stability. We can expect him to really liked girls. Poor kid maybe. I've been a little hard on him. Well Ethel's headed birthday. I guess I take it home now. Let Leroy have a little money. Go along for the ride. I thought Marjorie went to the movies money. Let's get you see. Hi C. Ethel is giving Leroy lesson but look at them. He likes it closed. Little Leroy Boyle be Gildersleeve yet. Seventy four years ago today may nineteen hundred. Forty forty-six Gildersleeve on Classic Radio Theatre Visit. Our web page classic Radio Dot Stream and tell all your friends but great radio shows are back at this palm vile classic Radio Theater on your favorite station and the USA radio network. You're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network. Live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed doc Tom. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions. By you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram competency service door newscast for maybe twenty first twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. President trump Wednesday threatened to halt federal funding to Michigan and Nevada over the distribution of absentee ballots those states amid the ongoing corona virus outbreak. That has left more than ninety thousand Americans dead that from AOL both Michigan and Vada. Arkansas potential swing states in November. A wall notes that trump's threat to halt the funding was. You should hours. After floods forcing the evacuation of ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop or did he decide a legal basis for the action meantime word that Ohio groups trying to put ballot measures before voters in November will have to go door to door looking for support and federal judge ruled this week that becomes the covid nineteen pandemic the state must allow petition signatures to be gathered electronically ambushed the collection deadline. Back to July. Thirty First Tony Web is with ohioans force secure and fair elections which is pursuing a package of voting changes. She says the risk of spreading coronavirus has hampered the campaign's efforts because that would create a health risk to the signature collectors and to the potential finals. The only way that we could really show the amount of grassroots support we needed to get access to the ballot would be to go online where folks are right now and give them the opportunity to find our partition beyond electronics method. However Secretary of State Frank. Larose plans to appeal the decision. A spokeswoman told reporters the petition requirements set and the Ohio Constitution and decisions on changing them belong to the General Assembly and the people. Mary's Sherman reporting this story was produced in association with media and the public interest and funded in part by the George Foundation and you may equate religious activism with heavy topics like abortion but various church leaders. Wisconsin alcorn Congress to take more action for those affected by the pandemic. Here's Mike Moen. Some of the stimulus money set aside by federal law makers has gone to churches impacted by the economic downturn in Wisconsin. There's been a push by some faith leaders for Congress to ensure that any more stimulus funding not necessarily go to churches but for people still struggling to get by the Reverend Kerry Parker of the Wisconsin Council of Churches says. It's not about stoking political tension but rather seeking institutional change. It's not quite as visible as these. These major efforts that you see in other places But nevertheless were there all the time trying to work for change that will benefit the most vulnerable people among us? The group Parker leaves includes more than thirty member churches from various denominations across the state. The Council says Congress should authorize more stimulus funding. That can help state governments. Avoid Steve Budget cuts while helping vulnerable residents? Deal with key expenses. This is pms as the nation shifts from pause to go the Guardian reports forecasts from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of business model predicts covid nineteen cases will reach five point four million and a death hole in the. Us could be two hundred ninety thousand by July. The twenty fourth that if states fully reopened without any social distancing measures in comparison the model particularly two hundred thirty thousand deaths by the same date. July twenty four. Th If states reopen but individuals do maintain their social distancing efforts while cases of coronavirus going down to Washington state are taking off reports. Racial disparities increasingly are being laid bare. According to The Washington State Department of Health. White people are sixty eight percent of the state's population but make up forty three percent of cases. Meanwhile thirteen percent of the state is Hispanic but they represent thirty six percent of cases. African Americans are four percent of the population but seven percent of cases. Sarah lay with Seattle based economic opportunity. Institute says essential workers disproportionately people of color faced with greater economic insecurity. Actually face quite a grim choice. Either it's to expose themselves daily to the virus or to lose their job and their ability to meet their needs and pay for a roof over their head. Accolades says structural. Racism is a major reason. People of color are more likely to be exposed to in contract. The virus reports of Anti Asian discrimination have risen during the pandemic korean-american novelist jazz. Lee says it has been incredibly upsetting to see the rise in anti Asian violence attacks including young children and elderly folks are highly disturbing even here in a very diverse city in the bay area. I've been told to go back to China. I can handle ignorant. Toss but you never know if it's going to turn violent at finally Roz Brown tells us. The Texas Oyster Industry has struggled in recent years. Because of overfishing hurricanes floods a new program could be a boon for consumers and the Gulf economy the Texas Parks and Wildlife. Commission will vote today to adopt rules that govern how people are allowed to grow oysters in cages in state waters Lance Robinson heads the agencies coastal Fisheries Division and says. Many states have practiced oyster MIRA culture for decades. He says he believes both consumers and the Texas economy will benefit. It creates another avenue for individuals who want to be in the Commercial Seafood Industry. Another way to produce that seafood product. That really is destined for very unique market high demand. I'd dollar market. I'm Rice Brown. Texas was last remaining Gulf of Mexico. State did not allow voice to American culture until twenty nineteen. This is Mike Clifford for public. Do Service remember. Listener supported an online public. News Service Archie. The USA radio network percents the greatest radio programs of all time. Ladies and gentlemen the story you're about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent dragnets. This is classic Radio Theater Guy. I was a communist so everybody. Now here's your host and why it talks we head back to nine thousand nine hundred forty. Six episode of shadow starring Bret Morrison as it was originally broadcast may nineteenth nine thousand nine hundred forty six episode entitled Touch Up Death. More on what evil in the heart of Saddam Hussein once again? The Mutual Broadcasting System brings you the thrilling adventures of the shadow the heart and relentless fight of one man against the forces of evil these dramatization designed to demonstrate forcibly too old and young alike. That crime does not pay now shadow. A shadow obeys the forces of law and order is in reality Lamont Cranston wealthy young man of our Tom Years Go. The Orient Cranston learned a strange and mysterious secret the hypnotic power problems mind so they cannot see him. Cranston's friend and companion. The lovely Margot Lane is the only person who knows to whom the Voice of the invisible shadow belongs as drama touch of that alert early afternoon on Cranston and his will roll. The shadow has just broken another case and is about to enter apartment. It got some much needed wreck because they get these clothes off thirty six hours without a chain so some people have to be criminals to get what they want. Philosophies figure Lebanon quick shower grandson. Her how did you leave? Been waiting patiently in your kitchen is a river. I must say how drew given yeah. I hope you'll forgive us for having rated your life back for a long time. What do you want? I'm Lucius Hook. This is my sister-in-law Molly Hawks yes I see the name rings a bell in your memory. I couldn't says Peters of the electric just two weeks ago Bravo Mr Trump's. I was very fun. Old Brother was a murderer Mr Hall. Nobody would have known about my husband if it happened to you the shadow holly with gone away. I should I Peter Day to the way I told you know violence. I don't like the sight of blood. Scuff no right to live him. I let me Shannon Rally. Do as I say almost I don't come near me too emotional wrong time me. I'll put the Gun Williston. You better remember to take good care of the CRANSTON. We need him what he wants. The shadow know you'll being flooded. I didn't laugh when I heard my brother's death in the electric chair. I could've stopped it if I'd been here Mr Cranston but I wasn't. I've spent nearly all the last ten years in the jungles of the Amazon. And it wasn't until I returned yesterday that I heard about my brother. It was quite a shock other another shadow knitting to do. He didn't tells me the last time I saw him. Just before. If it hadn't been meddling clan you're wasting your time shadows invisible. No one can hot. I wonder you think I can do the undo world's failed to do and years. I'm going to make it your responsibility. I'll listen to songs without your detective. Work the shadow might never been given the lead to my brother. What did you expect me to do? Let it professionals killer killing CRANSTON. Would you like to die now? Molly likes to handle that gun. No I'm a fake. You don't understand these flowers. That beautiful notice the delicate shading of the perils. Grace Whole Pam. I I things a riveted die partly I hate to kill you. Open your kiss miss the Cranston Comey can hear. Something must have another bed until now look at him. Say Sesame health leaving alone or going to do with Kim there. I've done it again. This the Cranston Nights Touch Simmons. Tommy is dead. You're angry aunt you. You'd like to choke them life out of me but you won't. Molly is very emotional. She might pull the trigger or have I convinced you that I have the touch of Death. That here yes. I'm glad you didn't force me to touch you because I need you alive. Remember your assignment. I want the shadow and I give you twelve hours to find him. Get out get out keys. Mr Cranston put them on the table. Molly our friend is very stubborn. Go behind them and take them out of his pocket you. I have to get that close to in mind. The gun is not to go off well into my hand. Thank you Mr Cranston. I don't like to be followed your keys. Be in the lock on the other side of the door. How do you can depend the shadow? If you can't get out get out. My dear telephone is still working by the CRANSTON. The Shadow in twelve hours or the touch of death is a chance to use your skill as a detective to save your own life Montana he must know your the shadowy wouldn't have come here to after the finding knows Lago. Why did Nikiel me very simple? Molly had a gun on me end. Lucius believe he has the touch of death. I don't know what he has. I saw him touch those flowers. Then Tommy can't determined to kill innocent Hamas kitten dotting. You must've inside do something Do Plenty of would have find him. North Way to find your. You can't just sit here and wait twelve geno zoning for a long time to get you on the phone shopping John Well. Of course the other day with on an iphone him away. You know. I'll do it. Why can't Mago wasted? Did the Hawks game tonight because he felt that I was the shadow commissioner Weston. Talking money want this is Lamont Cranston initiative cast. I'm glad you called. I think for the night as good I got up out of the number of murders is broken out all over the city murders. Yeah thanks for calling CRANSTON. Give my best Mark Commissioner. Hello Hello of loses you back. We're going down to police headquarters to see west and I want to know more about those which is not at all after west knee life johnny since when he will bed reptiles Oh gee completely but still useful piece of paper and his mouth. I can think of nicer wasted of method is even the cost not hawks. Nothing can resist the touch of my friends even the venomous Surfin luck. Mr Cranston hunting. Mimi emergency is a monster with a plan. Anything's he's using the strategy of terror on the only if your eyes on the road molly and on that car ahead leading. Cranston live had coalition. He's not going to find the parts. He's not even gorgeous. House a certain you are you know. Because he's not afraid of will be when he knows as much about me as you do gonNA fight. If I didn't have a gun. Earnings and killed his chicken for like would have been a pity. Admiral let him should have to kill him. Molly will you please understand? Missa Cranston must be kept alive until I'm ready to make my own disposition and it's your duty to see that he is not to do anything foolish when my back is turned blue helmets. Peter before he got him he was my husband. He was my brother now. Do as I say. Yes you play chess molly. We should learn g the value of planning ahead look where the CRANSTON stopped his car. Luke had called it is. My strategy is beginning to work as the CRANSTON will lead me to the shadow in spite of himself Nobody is going on. I'm putting every man on twenty four hour duty see that the order goes out right away. I want that maniac today. What video Cranston you miss. Elaine picked up bad time then. I guess social call. I'm up to my ears. Were Oh commissioner. Whole always such a small mind goal maniac ride. Jack's name broke out of the institution yesterday. That's murders in the last two hours and the same pattern to us six years ago before the Chatham caught him. You mean girls Blonde beautiful and all under twenty five. If I could only get my hands on the shadow wild slaughter them Roy Jackson coming of every homicide ALMANAC. I've got pissed off these chemicals plaza. Call those girls killed. I said Roy Jackson Cranston that can mean only one thing. They were singled out those girls at the most Cranston. Sometimes you ask. I'd like to see them. Would you mind no? I don't mind but don't stick your two cents in. I don't want any amateurs half this case. I'LL BEAR THAT IN MIND. Commissioner on this go goodbye commissioning sometimes. That's so much nicer than saying. Hello Hey what did you mean by letter mood? He doesn't mean it's Big Siamese. This'll be apologizing over the day and I'm glad Gunderman work on Sterling. No I WANNA see those any evidence on those girls. It might have been concealed by strangling as be this where those girls killed by Jackson or by someone else Coming I'm trying to do. Wake the dead alone. The Gab Homage Cranston Command Man. Thanks this lady with. I'm leaving rhythm. Tool autumn is lane. I didn't recognize you behind them. Green blinkers okay. I take him off. Well what can I show you the day? Those three girls was strangled. Sure over this way. Commissioners sure making a bus over them gals CRANSTON had places. They got bring in checking and rechecking like some mystery. He wanted to make sure that did second family. Gummy says Roy Jackson down any walks out of here matter and His name is Blaine. I got evil thought. Here's the personnel modern on a here number three. I don't know what you're looking for Japan. Soon GonNa find maybe I will have garnered says they got strangled fact lane official verdict lane. You're crying just making so fury it's still only a mania could have been this to commissioner. Weston says bedsheet goes fed him coming back for another look ever go while remark nothing so far everything going to Jackson is patton rope around the neck behind the doesn't have a chance she'll go now for flooding. Bring my hunch I hope that hunt his long cabot matter look look how awesome Patisserie. Mother is Thing to have as may have been another warning model not at all. Show that mcnabb's. Hot Fadia might not have been used by murder along. Were may nineteenth nineteen forty-six this shadow on Classic Radio Theatre balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule changing the world. One Life at a time every year. I go to see my doctor. She says whatever I'm doing it's working physical dot says whatever you're doing keep doing it so primary doctor. She couldn't get over how much better I was doing. She said she'd never seen anything like it. My doctor says keep it up. What are you doing keeping up? The doctors She noticed when she first saw. 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They offer classic Radio Theater on your favorite station may nineteenth nineteen forty six the shadow the touch of death own several hours later had Lebron Cranston Department Cranston Margolin listening while Commissioner Western growth. Let's take back everything I said about the shadow of the he doesn't all accountable. The policemen and never will commission any done down. Gorgeous hair on their. But who captured Roy Jackson? My voice got him flat on his back to sleep in a barn. Are You satisfied that the he singled those on Hugh Them Jackson? Either don't didn't deny the motives. He committed six years ago. Was that with now. Breaks the pattern. Graviton you ought to read a book on criminologist. I have commissioned on page one. It says don't believe everything you see how you leading into the subject of them at cab again. I'm in IT Commission. Now you kids on not going. The time he up Garner says Matab had a heart attack. I've makes it official wrong. No He. He checked that four old guy from head to foot wasn't a mark on him to prove suspicion but commissioner and I told you look I've got an insurance policy on his life only a month ago. It was examined by doctor and found to be okay. What does that a lot of things can change in them Cranston? It's getting late them. I've got a big day. Adam and I've had enough murder the timing God. I hiding hand to convince us. Why didn't you tell them about Lucy's off the Orlando knuckle putting myself? Sure he not only Macau belly. I'm sure he killed those goes what he wants to. Shadow Mago. He'll keep killing until he gets the shadow. Excuse I know. Hello my friend. Have you good news to the poor? Not Oh what a pity. Time is nearly up. You know. It's hard time but I gave you twelve hour. I'm sorry I'm not a miracle man. I thought you were how we misjudge people. Have you at least Li i? I don't know I might have what you like to tell me about it again. It will my apartment. I am seventy two drive and come alone. They will be then having been waiting for it. Come on the minds. You're not going alone for. Let's child if he is much the sex that you are the shadow his way dialing. He won't kill me. I'm going radio. Don't cut me out of her mind because you can't have it up all right. I hope you know what you're doing wrong coming my idea. Thank you molly. Did you say you want coffee on now? I didn't say but milk. Of course law no wait Don't hurry I can do that myself later. Molly it's too bad that I won't be here. Greet Mr Cranston high. You're going away years I must but you'll say won't you cost you will? What are you doing? I'm going to kill you my dear. No I can't tell you how sorry I am but as part of my plan why proof of the touch of death should convince the Cranston that I mean business. Who Don't me live the way my? There's no pain in this fleet. Does but it comes to all of us sooner or later. No no you've no place to go down my lear an idea but molly a nine minute blueprint. He's not gonNA open up your mind. I real- KINDA. Please don't go go. What's the matter he didn't answer? The buzzer left the door for you to open any waiting waiting etiquette. You've been waiting. Oh Ali Mona. She's did touch of death. No mark over Klein Molly. This is why I don't know but I've got to wait a minute. Look at this a attorney mark. I don't think increase. She looks like a mark. Now that I think has heart note on not on the table. The messages doesn't they say it says one by one. The evidence experts the Cranston if the shadow isn't in your apartment before May nineteen thousand nine hundred and forty-six the shot of the conclusion in four minutes on Classic Radio Theater on your favorite station. We encourage you to participate in the GIFT CARD. Challenge these days. We all probably know of a local business. That is struggling to adapt to the current realities. 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I was talking with the director of civil defense. And you told me some things that I feel. Everyone should know. That's why I'm speaking to you now. Did you know for example that your chances of surviving an atom bomb attack are excellent? It's true but there's a big if you must do everything possible now to help yourself and your family. Nobody else will help you. Listen because this is important. Gave a complete Feis Aid Kit Handy. Keep a close container of drinking water and your refrigerator. Enough three days be show. You have a good fire extinguisher. Take a look around your house right now and pick out the safest spot away from windows and doors make sure that every member of your family understands. He is rushed to that same spot. When there's danger convince? These precautions are necessary right now. I hope I can convince you. They're important to your family yourself and your community and you're listening to classic Radio Theater on your favorite station. Melva conclusion of the shadow may nineteenth nineteen forty six touch of CRANSTON. The shadow isn't in your apartment before might not find out. What are you going to do? Nothing shadows not going to keep Lucius. Waiting only wow Shadow thank you compliment from one. So high bathroom can't keep those hand killing. Yeah See. They're not as sentimental as I am shadow. You impress me. Guess you're all my sister-in-law and Mr Cranston said you invisible. I didn't quite believe it. You know being secluded in the jungles of the Amazon. Ten years one loses touch with modern science death. Listen this is a native deaths chat that I've written into a symphony Did was no other way to meet you and your in law Then Mr Cranston tells you everything. The shadow doesn't have to be told to end Mr Cranston. Grab one begin on the other end. I One I can tell you what your will be lose his nearest. Sit Down my friend make yourself visible. We can talk more apple apps even reach and understanding shadow doesn't sit with murderers. Then perhaps Mr Cranston will sit down with me a Clemson. I know who you are. I suspected from the beginning but I needed proof to convince myself bluffing loses. Am I look at the marks that your shoes are leaving on the rug? Step leave the Marc Lamont Cranston. Am I laughing now? Oh Shadow. You're another terrorist. I thought you might be outsmarted you. Iphone Lamont Cranston. Come to my apartment and then I killed molly. That was track that I set for you and you walked right into it into the paraffin that I had smeared around Bali spotty and now the shadow has brought it here. What am I to things? Well what about it but I just sensible question your power to make yourself invisible my power Tequila with a touch. Combine them and we can have anything we want as as equal partners. Of course I want more greedy. Aren't you very well how much I want everything what you serious? When I've gone with murderers I have no sense of humor. Gone that phone. Call the police. Tell them everything you would do today. But if I should also tell them who. The shadow is every newspaper in the city. Where carry the story? What do you suppose the underworld? We'll do the Lamont Cranston. Then you'll take his chances with the underworld is just a phone. Well Emma Fake You. Give me no alternative. I'd have to kill you. Don't to get away. I know exactly where you are. You're shoeprints tell me your Behind the table where you're just to behind the table. You must be find you. I'll find you like your soon when I do. Oh walked rulers. My mom mom. Don't touch saying Oh right here behind. You're holding your risk. Why don't you kill me? I can then let me go. Since you know the parent could be wiped off. Didn't think of that please. I won't tell you. Let me comment her style. Rip Off his glove. No I've got your touch as you almost broke my arm. Genius to find a club that fits over the hand and looks exactly like a human hand and underneath Neyla pine needle with poisoning case against was completely is it because I still have the other glove not now John Notion victim of such a bit stupid think of your own. Have before you'll kill I'm The Not Dahlie that it gets home. Get some sleep as long. I'm still nervous. About how Kirk. Caddo candidate review. You know that your life wouldn't have been with a pin cushion. Donald Closest call the shadow of had Harvard. The KARNER said didn't cabinet of Hot Katie. When actually he was poisoned Maga. There's some poisons that are so daily consumes their presence in the bud camera detected natives the Amazon jungles produce. Such all I. I'm glad you can because I don so sleepy that you in the street all your almost invisible shadow program is based on a story copyrighted by street and Smith publications the character's names places and potter fictitious and he similiarities to persons. Living or dead is purely coincidental again. Next week let's shadow demonstrate. That crime has been wrong. I'm not had Off next week same time same station. Mutual Don Lee will bring you one other. Strange and failing venture in the shadow was battle against the forces of evil. Short-list OFF is program was transcribed earlier mutuals eastern network for presentation to our West Coast listeners. This is the Mutual Don. Leave Broadcasting's system Around for May Nineteenth Nineteen Forty six the shadow on classic Radio Theater. Hi I'm Charlie Jones. Are you about ready to climb the walls at the house? 'cause you're still under a stay at home order or maybe you're trying to figure out what to do your free time when the lockdown finally ends why not try world of warships with world of warships you can come in a massive naval fleet. Featuring some of history's most iconic vessels of war and you'll unlock new ships every week as you prepare to dominate. 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Call co-finance no now at one. Eight hundred nine nine nine hundred forty two. That's one eight hundred eight hundred forty two or on the web at finance known dot Com now on Classic Radio Theater in episode of. Can you imagine that for the nineteen forties about someone? Who was sneezing for twenty one days? Can you imagine that? Ooh I ten year. Old Girls Nita's twenty one day an Indian game leads to an Indian massacre. History proves that it does repeat itself. Yes brands this our back. Once more for another session of Kanye imagine that my car tonight have dug up a lot of interesting items. For Your Amusement and amazement you know written down by historians quoted by almost everyone at one time or another is the hackneyed phrase. History repeats itself about hacking does is though it may seem at never lose it. Through through usage many are the examples of its proof but one of the most dramatic and startling parallels of history to prove this saying I discovered in two sets of newspapers published three hundred years apart one set of newspapers. We're the first to be printed in the English language outside of England and republished in Amsterdam Holland beginning in the year. Sixteen twenty the other set of news items came from dispatches emanating from the same part of Europe as I but three hundred years later now to begin listen to this modern dispatch of October eighteen. Nineteen eighteen known that we the people of Jacket Bohemia have proclaimed republic to be known as Czechoslovakia on these day and in July nineteen twenty at the conference of Ambassadors. It is agreed that the borders of the Republic gieco Slovakia all confirmed by the decision at this conference of ambassadors that was in Nineteen Eighteen nineteen twenty. Now go back three hundred years to the year. Sixteen twenty on November. Four in Prague Bohemia visting takes place in the name of the Almighty in whom we place our trust county. Frederick King of Bohemia in Diane has been placed the protection of Bohemia against all invaders against those who would destroy state. God it well. King rhetoric does history repeat itself and sixteen. Twenty when Frederick was crowned King of Bohemia and in one thousand nine hundred ninety when the Republic of Czechoslovakia was confirmed by but born in trouble torn with wars that nation has been tasked to and fro on the deep and rough waters of international diplomacy emperor of Austria in an alliance with certain other princes made war on Bohemia a dispatch from an after Dan paper of the year. Sixteen twenty one states that the English ambassador who has been at the assembly of Regensburg has been told that whatever agreement could be arrived at had been hindered by the soldiers in Bohemia troops. Continue to fight with the soldiers of Dolphins Alesia. That was in sixteen twenty one. Now listen to history repeat itself again and this dispatch that reached the press of the world on September fourteen. Nineteen thirty eight open. Fighting broke out today in the sedate area of Czechoslovakia near Eager. Two thousand sedate armed with machine guns rifles and pistols battled hundreds of troops and police and still more along the amazing parallel of history from the Amsterdam paper of sixteen twenty. The enemy has captured some of King. Frederick Cannon together with Munition bossing the king to retire back into the time again changes but the locale remains the same Bohemia or Czechoslovakia the date. September thirteen nineteen thirty. Eight flash to the newspapers of the world was this startling announcement. Grim MINUTES IMPENDING WAR TERRIFYING. Simple phonology dispatch. Basil Bullet tecos Laki. Oh September eighteenth nineteen thirty eight. The tech government today rejected US and German ultimatum which was to have expired at one. Am The ultimate him. Briefly was this that the government withdraw declaration of Martial Law and remove all textile as from this date narrate. The government flatly refused polity demands. War is imminent while street. Fighting still goes on in the Dayton area determined to fight off the attack threatening independence. Czechoslovakia went ahead with war. Plans strengthening fortifications mobilizing troops now moved back in time. Once more and sixteen twenty-three crushing defeats we're overwhelmed. The Bohemian nation and the month of June. Sixteen twenty three and the city of sedan sets a man. Once King Frederick Bohemia now a man without a nation. He writes a letter to his wife. The end has come. I shall go to hug. Perhaps there to plead again. Oh my ideas device I to God that we possess for the little corner of the Earth where we could rest together in. Ps thus wrote Frederick King of in Sixteen Twenty. Three and once more history repeats itself. Listen to the parallel the time October. Five nineteen thirty eight another man another century but the situation listen F. Aw I Edward. Danish resigned my position as president of Czechoslovakia. Because I feel by doing so I should remove an obstacle to the new conditions which now confront the state and the finale go back again to the seventeenth century the transit soldiers echo through the streets of general. Kelly's men victorious taking Bohemian. The name of their master the Emperor of Austria back to the twentieth century to October. Six thousand nine hundred thirty eight the same country only the time different marching into Bahia Czechoslovakia our troops over dictator it all peddlers jubilant fighting men their boots that goes and re-echo through the streets march the men of generally Frederick Vernon yes yesterday does repeat itself. Oh what's all this sounds like a hay fever convention and if it is the sufferers can sympathize with little ten year old Bertha Turner of Crossville Tennessee. Why well according to a news item? We dug up birth. I have started sneezing and for twenty one days. Just twenty one days had kept it up. Her family told the doctor that when the sneezing occurred birth sneeze as many as two hundred times in succession. Can you imagine that? But fortunately at last reports she was recovering. Did you know that one of the oldest games on the North American continent enable an Indian chief? Do Bring about one of the bloodiest massacres Canadian history. Yes what started out as a game ended up in a massacre of almost every English soldier in Fort maturely mechanic in seventeen sixty. Three Canada became a British possession and the Indian chief pontiac who hated English resented but he's followed his bride apparently and invited the English to witness game bag away or as we know the game today. Lacrosse the commandant of the fourth wisely declined fearing a trap of his men. Got Too far away from the Afar but later in his quarters Pontiac is. Hey well all I show him in. That it goes up he comes. We'll find out it. Further in your heart to think Pontiac speak with double hung that he planned evil allow owning up handle friendship. You Thought Pontiac Braves would attack English shoulders while they are out of Fort. That is not true Joe. Pontiac has commanded his braves to play in front of what where you can walk without leaving full. I say that's Great. I said it. Oh I'm sorry sir. Great Pontiac. We accent made my heartbeat black and for thinking evil true to his word. Pontiac brought his braves to play the game of bag away. All across the commandant saw to it. That the lines of play were not posted to near the fort then in the middle of the game I say so. Those Indians really favor all worth it. Just look at the love each other. They have been known to kill each other in the game Bag Away fifteen seemed to that moving to the Ford. That's nothing to worry about those two medicine men mocking the goals have been on the move. That often happens you now. I know I suppose there's nothing to worry about. Of course we may as well take advantage of all on the X. Yesterday of decent enjoy the game. Wait what is what's the matter quickly on all into the what. This is a threat. What was Indians are reaching for hopes? They wouldn't do that if they were just playing a game. The game has given them the chance to get close to the. You're right sir. It wasn't track. It's too late to get back to the folks and it was trapped under the cover of the game of Lacrosse. Ottawa Indian surrounded the English soldiers poured into the fort and Tomahawk every Englishman insight. That's what started out as a game ended up as bloody well comes now the time for another they in music we should say similarly in browsing around the world of music. We've picked up a quite a lot of interesting facts and here's one you can play detective with. First. We're going to let you listen to our pianist. Play a bit of Rustle of spring. Now listen ooh did you catch any resemblance to popular number of a few years back. Well rather than have curiosity got the better of your. We will play the popular number. It's sweet literally you and Huh And and well now once more. It's time to take our leave as we turn you over to the care of your own answer was Lindsay. Mcgarry saying to you. Good bye now as it was originally broadcast back in nineteen forty mostly on the west coast of the United States in originated as I recall from. Kfi in Los Angeles. Can you imagine that on Classic Radio Theater and we hope you can imagine finding us on our website? Classic Radio Dot Stream. 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President trump Wednesday threatened to halt fill funding to Michigan and Nevada over the distribution of absentee ballots in those states amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. That has left more than nine. Hundred Thousand Americans dead that from AOL both Michigan and the Vata are considered potential swing states in November. A wall notes that trump's threat to halt the funding is. You should hours. After floods forced the evacuation of about ten thousand people in Central Michigan. He did not specify what kinds of federal aid he would stop or to decide a legal basis for the action meantime word that Ohio groups trying to put ballot measures before voters in November will not have to go door to door looking for support. Federal judge ruled this week. That because of the covid nineteen pandemic the state must allow petition signatures to be gathered electronically ambush the collection deadline. Back to July thirty. First Tony Web is with Ohioans four secure and fair elections which is pursuing a package of voting. Lommel changes she says. The risk of spreading corona virus has hampered the campaign efforts because that would create a health risk to the signature collectors and to the potential finers. The only way that we could show the amount of grassroots support we needed to get access to the ballot would-be to go online. We're folks right now and give them the opportunity to find a petition beyond electronics method. However Secretary of State Frank. Larose plans to appeal. The decision a spokeswoman told reporters the petition requirements set and the Ohio Constitution and decisions on changing them belong to the General Assembly. And the People Mary Sherman reporting this was produced in association with media and the public interests and funded in part by the George Gun Foundation. And you may equate religious activism with heavy topics like abortion various church leaders of Wisconsin or now coy in Congress to take more action for those affected by the pandemic. Here's White Moen. Some of the stimulus money set aside by federal law has gone to churches impacted by the economic downturn in Wisconsin. There's been a push by some faith leaders for Congress to ensure that any more stimulus funding not necessarily go to churches but for people still struggling to get by the Reverend Gary Parker of the Wisconsin Council of Churches says it's not about stoking political tension but rather seeking institutional change. It's not quite as visible as these. These major efforts that you see another places but nevertheless we're there all the time trying to work for change that will benefit the most vulnerable people among us. The group Parker leaves includes more than thirty member churches from various denominations across the state. The Council says Congress should authorize more stimulus funding. That can help stay governments. Avoid Steve Budget cuts while helping vulnerable residents? Deal with key expenses. This is pms as the nation shifts from pause to go the Guardian reports forecasts from the University of Pennsylvania's School of business model predicts covid nineteen cases will reach five point. Four million and death hole in the. Us could be two hundred ninety thousand by July. The twenty fourth that if states fully reopened without any social distancing measures in comparison the model predicts nearly two hundred thirty thousand deaths by the same date till I twenty fourth if states reopened but individuals to maintain their social distancing efforts while cases of corona virus going to Washington state are ticket off reports. Racial disparities increasingly are being laid bare. According to The Washington State Department of Health White people are sixty eight percent of the state's population but make up forty three percent of cases. Meanwhile thirteen percent of the state is Hispanic but they represent thirty six percent of cases. African Americans are four percent of the population but seven percent of cases. Sahra lay with Seattle based Economic Opportunity. Institute says essential workers disproportionately people of color faced with greater economic insecurity. They actually face quite a choice either to expose themselves daily to the virus or to lose their job and their ability to meet their needs and pay for a roof over their head. Fillets says structural. Racism is a major reason. People of color are more likely to be exposed to in contract. The virus of Anti Asian discrimination have risen during the pandemic korean-american novelist. Jazz lease says it has been incredibly upsetting to see the rise in anti Asian violence attacks including young children and elderly folks a highly disturbing even here in a very diverse city in the bay area toll to go back to China. I can handle ignorant. Toss but you never know what's going to turn. Violent at Farley was brown tells us the Texas Oyster Industry has struggled in recent years because of overfishing hurricanes and floods but a new program could be a boon for consumers and the Gulf economy the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission will vote today to adopt rules that govern how people are allowed to grow oysters in cages in state waters Lance Robinson heads the agency's Coastal Fisheries Division and says many states have practiced oyster MIRA culture for decades. He says he believes both consumers and the Texas economy will benefit. It creates another avenue for individuals who want to be in the commercial seafood industry. Another way to produce that seafood products. That really is destined for a very unique market high demand high dollar market. I'm rise Brown. Texas was less remaining Gulf of Mexico. State that did not allow voiced American culture until twenty nineteen. This is Mike Clifford for public. Do Service remember listener supported and online at public do service DOT. Org The USA radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time. Ladies and gentlemen this story you're about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent. Dragnet this is classic Radio Theatre Guy Communist life so everybody. Now here's your host. Why it Cox Mystery and intrigue with an episode of the Whistler as it was originally broadcast may nineteenth nineteen forty seven the episode entitled Hasty Conclusions the Whistler. That whistle is your signal for the signal oil program the Whistler I am with and I know many things while I walked by night. I know many strange tales hidden in the heart of men and women have stepped into the Shannon. I know the nameless terrors which they dare not speak yes friends. It's time for the signal oil program the whistler rated by independent research the most popular West Coast Program in Radio History and all the whistler strange hasty conclusions uh Professor Wagner's sat in his office and the old brick chemistry building late issue of the Chemistry Journal. Open on the desk before the drowsy afternoon sounds of the campus and the reassuring tick of his secretaries typewriter made him sleeping unable to concentrate on his reading. The article was in fine print and the professor found himself tempted to drop it into the wastebasket but he was forced to continue reading when the Dean published. The rest of the department was expected to read. It suddenly turned back the pages and three read the article more carefully. His mind shuttling between memory and suspicion. Why was all this so familiar? Could it be what? He suspected his secretary with her spins deficiency would know very interesting. Rose yes ragner. Did you type this latest article of Muslims? Good isn't it. He's had much favorable comment Subject interests me. Didn't it seem familiar to you? Yes it did. I remember thinking cell phone I typed it near where you might have read before some thesis notes. One of the students. That's it of course listens not a thin. Oh Oh yes. The graduate student is rose in the files. I remember you particularly wanted them. Safed get them. This is too good to be true. Let me see Roy Nielsen. Poor man and such a tragedy so young to be taken very unfortunate then out here they oh all that research and never to finish it. It doesn't seem right. I'll take them. Please Now let's see the Dean's article. Yeah Yes yes identical. I thought this was better than usual. Drivel get him on the phone. This rose at the Faculty club. Call him there. Tell him I want to see him at three o'clock. Hey if there's any question tell him it's about the late Mr Nielson. I'm pleased that you like my paper. Wagner and important contribution Dean Henderson. You have every reason to be proud and glad of any stj bring to the coverage and rightly so the next team. We'll have quite a position to maintain and that's not immediate. I have many more good years stone. There's always the unforeseen the little mistakes that can enter career so untimely. What's on your mind S. student name Newson Lloyd Nielsen Nielsen? The name means something to you. Know No surely you remember in. They one who died. We've had so many students not like Kim. He did a brilliant piece of research. Something about the Valence of Bay area or recall. It vaguely too bad. He didn't finish. You did. His findings have been published. That's impossible how could he Come come Amazon I just told you I read your paper quote. Are you suggesting you stole Nielsen's material and publish it as your own? You can't me net. You have no proof in my files as another version notes enough to prove Europe plagiarised. A seat you're lying there are no no yes there. Are you forget Nielsen? What's my student to? It must've stake a coincidence. Had been in your own fetal toxicology. Yes but they weren't emerson. You've never liked me wagner. This has nothing menace. Call it ethics and you want to expose me for the sake of your ethics and you admit there something to export. I mean. Isn't there some way we can settle this quietly That's better I smoked. Who Yes certainly thank you yes. There is a way quiet but on audible of corn naturally for the good of the college. I'll have to ask you to withdraw. But I'll be fair. I keep the reason to myself generous. You I think so but to give up my whole career. You don't know what you're asking better than having the truth. Come Out for heaven's sake must be this. We just what you would do in my place isn't it? I see and I have no choice but to resign but anyways I suppose I should thank you when there's a way to show you a gratitude s chamber the Appointments Board. You can name your successor successor. Do you mean that you. I'll expect to replace you as dean. So that's your ethics you. I won't do it. Oh you're suddenly very scrupulous you tip out of my office. Well then the truth will have to be known deny discredit you all right a scandal. If you like talk here you'll hear from me later. I'm assuming no way pregnant comeback. Do as you say anything. I thought you'd see my way. I want your resignation right away right away. Can't you give me some time? How much time a day or two? Anyway you can scream out of it no. I can't wait that long but a few hours at least this evening. Come to dinner at my house tonight. Mrs Emerson retires early and we can talk about it afterwards. Time six thirty all right six thirty. I have an answer for you. Then there's only one possible answer. Good afternoon the your show. You won't have some coffee professors. Thank you Mrs Emerson Marion. Don't insist on coffee when I told you. I'm saving everyone. Dozens like pork charge. You mean you. Don't that isn't what I meant at all so irritable this evening dear. Nothing of salt always sign. When you're worried is something wrong told you. Nothing's on android professor of a good color. Don't you think thank you. You're not having any not supposed to do with my eyes. Go ahead very good undead lesson here in the house. The Dean enjoys dining out here. Although I feel it still early in the season as a chill in the air or craft she. Wouldn't you have business to talk over originally when I leave island leaves? Oh yes the ski club. I'd forgotten and going as soon as the professor and I finish. I hope the snow is still good job. Good professor sorry to hurry you off Mrs Emerson John. Not I want to get back to my detective story so interesting now. I told the Dean he ought to write one with his knowledge of toxicology he must know many clever poisons that leave trae origin. For Heaven's sake rolled only stories. No one behaves as they do in books. Do they professor I? I don't know I. I mean the victims is so stupid. It's a man's your enemy. You don't blindly allow him to Poi- go and you lawn and rose. I hate to have you drive to the ski club in this state. You are worried not worried. Besides I'm driving up with Dr Phillips Open. All right dear good night professor Real Wagner. I've considered your demand have you? There's nothing else for me to do but to agree. Nothing else and resign at once and you'll be appointed dean nothing else Emerson. What do you mean very clever of you getting dinner? Then I know what you've done done I see it all now you poison. That was twice and in. That Wang met your wife. Have you away? Didn't she? Langer why are you over the pain my stomach? You won't get away with listen to me. Wagner Dr Phillips. Get HIM COST. The steel can't tell him a story like that. I won't let you away. Let me go to meet. I didn't let me go. Don't what's down that? The castle right was stunned. Moment you stand there and then suddenly find yourself running pell-mell down the gravel path toward the garden gate doubled over clutching at the burning pain in your stomach knowing. It's your light now unless you can get across the street to the doctor's office before the poison strikes you down a minute later you stumble up the steps and I into the doctor's office Phillips ex quickly fish lane also shade fast blood pressure up a bit. That's probably due to excitement. Say the pain's gone now on. Yes yes seem to vanish the minute I got here. You've been nervous lately. Working Han Wi. Yes putting in a lot of nights at the lamb or last he you rush around exam time made. What did you have? Dinner over them assumes let's see Shrimp Creole Avocado selling. That's enough for me. 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Take Back America go to our American rights dot com brought to you by the American Media Council. And you're listening to Classic Radio. Theater on your favorite station may nineteenth nineteen forty seven the whistler and now back to the whistler well Professor Wagner. It's all changed your discovery of Dean Emerson's plagiarism. Almost provided the means of settling yourself into a very comfortable spot. But it's anything but comfortable at the moment as you stand at the Dean's front door with Dr Phillips. Your mind is racing wildly. You're foolish to believe immediately that the dean of Poison Ju- Foolish Philip so quickly now you're wondering what they're going to find out there in the summer house whether Dean Emerson is alive or dead and what you will tell them Dr. I don't time Charles ought to be through with why professor I thought you with jaw community had slight pain. I went to Phillips to get something for it. I'm sorry are you in the dean. Almost through the No. As a matter of fact they were a few more points. We oh well. That's all right. We won't you kind of you to take Charles Club. Dr Driving Emerson to the Ski Club is got come along. No no I couldn't I have a. I have a busy weekend. I couldn't nervous child. Did what got into you too and nothing nothing at all. Excuse me I must get back to the Dean you'll go out the rear door. Wagner into the client night your heart pound choking you in a surge of anxiety as you reach the green lettuce building at the far edge of along at first using nothing in the dim lights of the summer house. And you're almost convinced that Emerson has recovered and walked away. Then your is focused on the sprawling shape at your feet right where you left him Amazon. I must have been pleased. S Wagner debt. You knew we might be yet. You kneel. They're stunned numbly shaking him totally unprepared and then they're coming out here wagner out to the summer house and half a minute they'll find you with the body and the whole. College Cry Murder. Then you see the square protecting shape of a mirror by garage. You'll gather a strength. You've forgotten and twenty years of desk and quickly pack the body around into the shrubbery behind it. I see my futures doctor years married. I'm glad to go. Oh Charles out here. He went to the chemistry building to to get to get a copy of his have strange. There's a dozen cookies in the house much to Mrs Engagements this way. Which all right man tell you all get a ride with Mason. Leave my car here for the D. He can when ready well. I thought a child didn't drive over those mountain roads. He's been still nervously. Waypoint too bad. Wait a minute Dr. there's no use in. You're doing doing what delaying trip this way she here. Why don't I drive the car I've thought of that but you said you'd be busy nonsense. Nothing very urgent. I don't like to leave them as an spotlight. This besides what you said about my being over and you're perfectly right change. Do your good well. That's it in my car's in the garage. The Dean is kind enough to rent me his garage. The case very nice. If you professor I'll see you adored my home. The Wild Chance Wagner got to take a possible way to dispose of that burden in the shrubbery behind the garage. The been accidents before on that steep snow-covered road that winds up to the ski lodge quickly dragged the body around into the garage. Enforce the awkward shape into the back of the doctor's car then you hastily gets behind the wheel and step on the stock chose come back. I thought I picked him up. And it's all brought this bag or your thank you. I forgot and his glasses to left them on the dining table. I take them to. I don't understand these forgetting them when he can't read without them. And perhaps I'd better drive over with you need for that. I'll take care of everything you don't objected riding into the office professor. Sorry No of course. Not sure he hasn't been here in this room. I'm sure he rarely comes to the office at night but couldn't he have come in without your knowing it. No I have these reports finish by morning. And he gave me his key then he didn't mean to come here to toe. I don't understand why don't you let me take you. Home is Emerson. He's probably now. Well I suppose there's nothing else to do but I wake up for him. I want to be sure. He's all right glider spot. Isn't it Wagner? Determined has been and his body and the title back of the very car. You're writing you've got to think of something some way to get rid of her convinces the. Dean's all right. Then as you pull up to a stop sign you notice the lights of a drugstore at the corner and begin to see a way out you pull over to the curb. I just had a Ford. He maybe at the Faculty club. I'll go into drugstore phone. I'll go rhino trouble. Only be a minute Residents is a professor Wagner Them. Emerson just a few minutes ago. I see. I'm calling from lay faculty gloveman the team's leaving here and he wants Professor Wagner to meet him in front of his office as soon as he can the preventive when they ted thank you a May nineteenth thousand nine hundred forty seven the whistler of the conclusion in four minutes. I'm Wyatt Cox. Thank you for tuning in to Classic Radio Theater. We encourage you to participate in the GIFT CARD. Challenge these days. We all probably know of a local business. That is struggling to adapt to the current realities. 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Dow The conclusion of the whistler may nineteenth nineteen forty seven hasty conclusion Dr Amazon Home Wagner. And they are. The made delivers the message youth. So cleverly planted over the phone. Mrs Emerson's convince now and she retires relieved that her husband is all right ten minutes after you lever. You're on the highway hitting the doctor's car toward the mountain sixty mile trip is unchallenged until you near the ranger station at the foot of the dangerous two-mile grade and then suddenly you remember the ranger will make a check and he's got to see two men in the car you put on the break and pull up at the side of the road get out and open the type back and you drag the body up to the front seat then you get back in probably beside you pull your hat down over his face nervous and trying to keep from family you drive on until you stop by the raincoat all right and let you go on folks. We're in for a blizzard. But they're expecting us at the Ski Lodge. I guess you can make it as far as the lodge all right. But you're taking a chance. Bank snowed in and we gotTA storm this late in the spring. It's usually a good one. We'll we'll take that chance on a passenger check. Yeah right here. Other fellow alive to sign to but but he's asleep sorry regulations yes but he's had day I I hate to disturb him Okay you signed for him. Ah Yes yes yes yes thanks. Thanks all right Dr on take it easy you drive another mile and a half through a trough of snow looking for a break in the high white walls someplace where you can send the car over the edge. And then this you reach the narrowest part of the road. You see it. No barrier on the outside and a sheer drafted to the bottom of the ravine far below. You maneuver the car. Close to the edge and then opened the door on your side jumped. Clear the car with its grisly. Load plunges over the side stumble the rest of the way to the lodge clawing at your face and telling your clothes. The create the final evidence for your accidents going. The distance is farther than you remember and your draft with exhaustion. You reach the door Phillips and Mason here your paint Raggio into the lodge and they shake your hands trying to throw you out you guess your accident story. You watch their faces a sign of suspicion. But there's nothing but sympathy you're getting it across wagner believing couldn't sixth the windshield suddenly knew we were going over. I called who emerson jumped any wagon. But it didn't jump. He was too late on now. Don't try to talk anymore. Thank we better. Try to get Emerson mattress with snowed in already. Take A it was all my fault. I shouldn't get that my beckoned rest. Hey now relax. Don't worry. It was an accident. Nobody's going to blame you. Of course not. It was bound to happen on. That road might have been any you. You really think so. Have Causse now. For Pete's sake relax need sleep. It's going to be all right way. You can gone on us. Well Professor Wack. You're safe now safe in bed when mason the doctor puts you after hearing your story assure you that no one will blame you for the accident. It was a dangerous road. The snow is blinding. You lost control of the doctor's car and jump clear plunged into the steep ravine with no way they could know that he was already dead when he took that final. Plunge you think into the warm bed exhausted from your strenuous tonight. Limp WITH RELIEF. You drop off immediately and sleep heavily and undisturbed for several hours then. Suddenly a wide awake trying to recognize this room. This strange bed. You're fighting. Clear your mind when it strikes again. A shattering stab of pain. In your stomach you'll find just helped doubled up in agony. The same knife like pain. You felt Howard before the summer house. Doctor Phillips Pagan like before pain hold on. I'll take a look hurt when I press. Stop Stop Yes yes. Yes there automatic bendix. We offer that poison idea. I made a hasty conclusion hospital husband time much. No that's going to break in one minutes I've got to operate now Wagner here game Yes yes. What is it as appendix got to work fast enough to kill him? If I don't get to it right now they with the Mason. I'll get my instruments right. Drove up in my car. Another thing to work with here. What's what is it mean the car? I'll go get them. You can't my car is at the bottom. Just cheeks That that whistle your signal the signal oil program Whistler. Each Monday at eight brought to you by the signal. Oil Company marketers signal gasoline and motor oil and fine quality automotive accessories. Signal has asked me to remind you. This is naval reserve week. Veterans of any branch of the service may keep their wartime rates by joining the Peacetime Naval Reserve. Ask about it at your nearest naval reserve headquarters Tonight Still Able Charles. 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That's the power dot com the our mall dot com close out this hour of Classic Radio Theatre by stepping back to one thousand nine hundred thirty seven episode of the program that was the year and the year was nineteen o seven. That's the is recreating notable events passing time for having memories of men and women who have contributed to the history of modern world. Nineteen seven that was. He is some used previews Scottish. Australians Alexander Dowie down to the Christian Catholic Church Established Zion City Illinois Setup Schools University Publishing House religious works general merchandise stores and factories for the manufacture of soap lace candy clothing harnessing crackers but no doctors no drugstores in nineteen three John. Alexander Dowie decided it was high time to invade New York City. Arriving in eight trainloads Dalian. Three thousand of the self terms ions restoration host much to Madison Square Garden but sophisticated. Manhattan refuse to take the invaders seriously calling them. Satan installment seething under the Ridicule Deli made haste skull his critics with burning invectives and at one Madison Square meeting. Nothing more than whiskey partner creation. These dogs these wrecks these mega to. What do you mean by the peaceful? Kristen Making Chattan you to a debate right here and right now debate you name is challenge title is live following the New York tobacco. Dowie knew had been definitely undermined in the thoughts of his followers. Broken mentally and physically after a stroke in nineteen five he sailed for the West indies leaving a triumvirate control of Zion city after monthly depose them. Set Up Wilbur. Glenn believers dictator quickly realizing the era of diplomacy dally attempted to depose believer and upon. Outright refusal the Patriarch of Zion returned and feebly tried to stamp out the rebellion against him but with the consent of his wife and son. John Alexander Dowie was himself deposed. Not Much Nine. Nine hundred and seven religious imply he had founded died alone gotten a useless tub decrepit old man nineteen. That was a year that district judge Kennesaw Mountain. Linda Sprang to fame and fortune is high mogul professional baseball by imposing the largest. Find in the history of the United States twenty nine million two hundred forty thousand dollars against the Standard Oil Company of Indiana which decision was later reversed upon appeal about being informed of the fine John. D. Rockefeller is alleged to have remarked to newspaper. Reporters Judge Landis. You'll be dead long while before. This fine is paid nineteen seven. That was the year. One of the most spectacular trials in the annals of crime came to a startling conclusion. I'm evening of December. Thirty nine hundred zero five in an office in the small town of Caldwell Idaho branks done in ex governor of Idaho talks to twenty five year. Old Son is is we better get. On whom another it'll be waiting within a right. That Malone no dad looks as though it mypillow moaning as pretty black along as you go along that I wanNa talk with Jack in minutes. Alright Jack Tonight Jacket. Let's get a little St Moon. Go a better oil. The hinges on this Gate D'Amato a very clear out of you. What does this mean? I knew it would end like this in twenty minutes frank. Stunning Enberg was dead. The next day is citizens have called well and cattle ranchers and the surrounding territory gathered. Little excited groups says big Shit Sheriff. Nope not yet. That's no hall last night. Should have helped us to track down anybody just trying to get away to pardon me gentlemen. My name is Hogan Hogan I'm staying at the Hotel Saratoga. What can we do for you well? I was just wondering if you were. I might be able to buy a good flock of sheep. Sheep don't reckon you'll find nobody willing to talk ships Ellen today Mr Hobart just a minute how long you been in town. Mr Hogan. Hold about three weeks. Why have you heard what happened here last night? Well yes of course. I I heard that ex-governor astanin brand. Excuse me for saying this. What appears to me like you're taking this murder. Mighty coup or like cool. Well after all I came to call wells oppose. We take a walk down to the City Hall and talk a little more of why you come to call. Well identified as how fomer officer in the minus. The suspect was charged with first degree murder. Their plot to Idaho scores of detective is determined on solving the crimes. One was quiet intelligent. Professorial 67-year-old James mcparland for more than a week visited awkwardness sale for hours at a time. One day in the front office of the jail. Well Mr mcmullen anything new. He is sheriff. I believe there is here orchard. Is your men were. I'll find that out Have just no curative. Who can facing in details from orchard? That he not only set the bomb which killed story Burgh but the to use the murder of eighteen people in the past ten years. Or why? What's it all about? Why did he kill Harry? Orchard is just informed me that is in the pay of three members of a Mining Association William De Haywood Charles H. Moyer and George Pettibone and it was by their instruction that he killed ex-governor Student Enberg figures in the case brought to trial chief. Defense Counsel Clarence while the prosecution was guided by the then little known. Us Senator Elect William Evora finally on the morning of July. Twenty eight guided by instructions from the presiding judge. Gentlemen Majori under the statutes. This data person cannot be convicted of a crime on the testimony of an accomplice unless such accomplices corroborated by other evidence and realizing the only star witness for the state had been hearing orchard a jury of twelve men brought in the verdict not guilty and the historic or was it an end ninety seven. That was a year leading dawn the morning of October. Twenty one passer-by noticed a cluster of people standing in front of the four massive columns of Knickebocker Trust Company of New York browse clouded with anxiety. Good morning what what's the matter? What are people standing here for waiting for? Nine o'clock nine o'clock that's when the bank opened and we're waiting to get our money out if we can. Well what do you mean? I've got money in that too. What do you mean but again line in Mr? All the banks in town are going to have a tough time. Today and the panic of nineteen seven had begun the financial phenomenon which a few days transformed the United States into chaotic imbroglio of ceiling depositors. All struggling in the vain attempt to withdraw funds from banks at the height of the panic. A group of financial moguls arrange for the importation of one hundred million dollars in gold deposited with banks of the US few weeks the spectacle of the nineteen. 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Thanks Rick moving onto some happier news in Atlanta. Today to stitches were beaten to death. The onion news network Welcome everyone to free talk. Live radio where you control the airwaves. You do so by calling in at eight fifty four fifty free that's F. As in freedom eight five five four five zero three seven three in studio we're joined by it's in and I'm Vincent and today I have some very of a very special news item. I want to begin with right. I'd say this is good news and I made it a point to collect. I'd say a balanced amount of positive news and negative news and I think we're starting to turn a corner here. So here we go you have. Donald TRUMP is committing civil disobedience and refuses to wear a mask in Michigan services from the Daily Mail. Donald Trump has finally pictured wearing a mask during private tour of Michigan Ford Plant but defied it's boss by refusing to wear it in public and is called a petulant child who isn't welcome here by state's attorney general. President trump was finally photograph to okay so they repeat the headline in the sub head so in public presents showed off a navy blue face covering with a seal of the president on it but added. He didn't want to give the media of a quote pleasure of seeing him wear one. I wore one in the back area. I didn't want to give a press for the pleasure of seeing it. Trump said during the touristy Rawson Ville components plants. I had the goggles in the mask. Trump had been reluctant to be photographed wearing a face covering is reported to have said said it would send a wrong message as he pushes to get the country focused on reopening. From of I agree I agree with him. I think that it's important for those of us. Who and I'm not saying. Trump believes in freedom. He doesn't clearly he's the president but for those of us who believe in freedom for those of us who want to have any of. You don't believe in freedom even if you want to have some semblance of normalcy and not know not go full steam ahead into this insane. Medical authoritarian state that that is rising up if trump is pushing back against that. I appreciate that that aspect to what he's doing now. He's not pushing back against it wholesale. He's not going on every issue. You know speaking in favor of of freedom but in this particular instance. He's right people wearing masks especially people who are freedom. Lovers wearing masks is absolutely sending the wrong message. This is totally like you know. Potential cultural shift that we're looking at here and it's one that. I don't WanNa See Happen. And if you want this to not happen you've got to not on the side of the people wearing masks absolutely. I don't understand the people who go to the protests and rallies wearing masks. It's like what what do you believe what you do. Think that we shouldn't have a showdown but we should all be social distancing wearing a mass. That's what those people believe. Yeah I mean without actually having to ask them directly but as my understanding that is there is a viewpoint there that somebody sort of holds a middle ground where a think. Kofi did threat is real. They believe what they've been told. Maybe they don't believe all the details of it but they basically buy it and to so they are practicing these things while at the same time holding to believe that the government shouldn't be mandating them that that's a fair thing to to say. I don't buy what the government or the medical establishment is saying so therefore I'm not going to join them in that but they're not wrong from their perspective. I have to say as a member of the press I get Appreciate President Trump. Not Wearing the mask for when he does interviews because those masks make it impossible to hear but it absolutely wrecks the just rex. Quality of sound recording. Right like I saw was senator. Ted Cruz was giving a statement of oppress outside of Shelley Louvers Hair Salon. And he was wearing a big dumb looking mask and beyond was absolutely atrocious and Even been instances where of oppressed would have to remove ver- masks in order to ask a question just because he can't be understood absolutely yes so ever been calling him a Petulant Child v Michigan Governor General. Enough governor-general Suzy. The Attorney General says is going server. Michigan requires people to wear some type of face covering in public enclosed spaces. Thanks to an executive order. Signed by Governor Gretchen. Whitmer at the April Vera. No fines for violating the order but stores can refuse to serve Os without the coverings. Okay I don't know about that. I I think there's something to the argument that some people who are anti face masks have been arguing is that there's all these stupid government rules that normally we would oppose right like Ada mandates or whatever the FDA or whatever rules. Were talking about here that you know essentially say you've got healthcare. Privacy hip is one of the these terminologies healthcare privacy act or something like that and the idea being that it is none of their business. What your malady is if you say to them and this isn't legal advice but it's my understanding if you say to some store clerk who's like you've got to put a mask on come in here and you say. I got a medical objection to that. And they can't be like well sir. What is your medical problem? That can do that. By the government's only you know by the government's own system so given that they are trying to use the government system to enforce this upon us. There's nothing wrong to use the system to stop this from being for enforced upon you. Yeah that's that's a good point. That's a good point but And actually we have a story coming up about whitmer losing in court Agai- good. I can time so they say all of this but as you know but or telling the truth probably not I think it's a big bluff honestly even like from their own perspective again. I don't believe in the state and the system and all of that but even if you do. There's a strong argument that even within their own system. What they're doing is unconstitutional. What they're doing is illegal and we have seen a number of charges against these folks. Drop the remember the pastor in Tampa Bay who got arrested early charges dropped against him. The lady down in in Texas. I don't think the charges have been dropped against her yet but she was released from jail by the Supreme Court there. So there have been a few instances here and there where it's like. Oh well maybe they don't want to go forward with these prosecutions. Maybe they were just flexing their muscles so to speak like well. We're going to arrest you. And then they dropped the charges later so the idea is to send a message to the average person. Like if you mess with us you're going to jail even if the charges get dropped later on. I mean because if you take for instance. The example of Christopher Cantwell Former Co host. Here on Free Talk. Live who we had to fire because it became a racist sadly But you know. They've wrapped him up with some charges that the federal government has they targeted him. They raided his home earlier this year. And they hit him with some total. Bs charges that honestly. I mean as despicable as his views might be. He doesn't deserve these these BS. Charlie inner interstate frets. I believe correct. That was one of them. The other one was interstate. Extortion which actually I believe can contain a greater potential sense. I think it's like up to fifteen or twenty years just on the extortion charge and then like another five years threats but it's all B. B. S. All of both of those charges are and I think he would win in court however they've managed to just hold onto him put him in a cell and just sit in there for what is it been for four months now and try his point and try and bankrupt him since he's unable to make money while he's in prison correct You know he can't pay his his rants. He can't pay his his CAR BILL. Or whatever right so they're screwing him over and essentially punishing him without ever convicting him and so they can do the same thing to these business owners. Bring him up as they can punish these business owners and do economic damage to them do damage to their reputation as well and then dropped the charges later. And there's no. There's no damage to the government for doing that. There's no penalty for a prosecutor or for a judge or whoever you know judge puts the salon owner from Dallas in jail Supreme Court. Let's out two days later. It's no skin off the judges back. He doesn't like he doesn't have to give her money out of his paycheck. Yeah you just have to cover legal defense fees. No they can do whatever they want to do. And if it's illegal than they might lose later but even so they're still spending your money. They're spending taxpayer money to do this. Little experiment and they know that the further they push that you know they're gonNa get away with it because only so many people will push back I'm glad you bring that up because I think there is going to be a push back now. That and I think the veteran forward is law fair. At least one of the terms for it is law fair. Were they target you outside the law? Just by using these trappings and this. I think there is going to be a pushback just because we have. 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And I just had a little bit to finish up here of trump's for ray into activism and civil disobedience refusing to wear a mask in public when touring a Michigan Michigan Business and the reason he gave was that he didn't want to give the press the satisfaction of seeing him wearing a mask and v Attorney. General of Michigan is not happy about not only not not leaving it alone by calling him a petulant child. She's actually. I guess threatening as much as shiver able to write so in Michigan your require visas. Hiv Executive Order. You're required to cover your face. But there's no finds order but stores could refuse to serve Os without the coverings so now the Attorney General Dan Dana Salad Democrat says honestly if he fails to wear a mask he's going to be asked not to return to any enclosed -bility inside our state. Oh are you just asking exactly? Yeah yeah I will respectfully decline exactly but I don't respect you. Government goons trump said that he did it. Okay so Naveh. This is where it's unfortunate instead of just saying he's not wearing a mask he for because he is the freedom not to. He's giving a reason. He said trump says he didn't have to wear a mask because he's been tested for. Corona virus was tested again. Vat morning Masks prevents someone with the illness from transmitting. It he's right about that are legit allegedly right. That's what the claim is about that. The Mask They. They say it will stop you know and and it makes sense to to the extent that debts obviously going to lessen the amount of spray coming from somebody's mouth absolutely and two. So he was touring the full four. A Ford Plant and the Ford Motor Company Executives. Vase said that they gave him the choice. If he could wear a mask or non he chose not to so good van but I just want to end it on the most trump way. Possible trump did save. The Mask looked good on him when he wore at backstage. It was very nice. It looked very nice. He said of wearing the mask out of public view. And it had the presidential seal on it so so I mean I wonder if this is going to encourage some of the fence sitters ride may be pro-trump or not to stop wearing her own silly masks out in public on a topic of Michigan. Here this is some good news right. Grachev is this is published to today. Gretchen. Whitmer LOSES AGAIN. To seventy seven year. Old Barber. Judge ruled shop can remain open really loses again so she. She was very persistent about not her. Obviously but her government system Breitbart published today. Carl monkey a seventy seven year old barbara in a Awa- so Michigan has defeated Governor Gretchen. Whitmer Attorney General Dana Nessel in court for the second time in about a week. The Argus Press reported Judge Matthew Stewart ruled. That car will make you will not have to close his shop. After the state again failed to prove he was in imminent danger to public health. Excellent Stewart said. The state did not arrest monkey when he was cited so he didn't represent quote an immediate health danger. The Attorney General has not presented any studies underlying. That's that's an interesting hold on. Who made that claim? The which attorney judge the judge did yes. That's that's interesting so the judge is saying here. Oh they didn't arrest. You will obviously weren't that serious of a threat if you were really a serious health threat these experts or whatever arrested you as though the police were in some way you know experts about that But maybe it wasn't police that issued it. Maybe it was the Department of Health or whatever. Maybe I missed that detail here but yeah he just said the state the state and ver not giving up nestles office on. It would've looked really bad right. It's like whenever the state goons come and arrest a seventy seven year old man. It doesn't look good. I mean unless that old man is wanted for murder or rape or something really serious. It's hard for anybody to take that seriously. I mean they'll take it seriously and that people get mad right like if you're messing with somebody's GRANDPA it doesn't it doesn't look bad or it doesn't look good so that is an optics thing right like the state doesn't want to be even though it's even though it's evil and it does horrible things. To some extent they do still have this sort of public relations thing that they have to do to some extent to make themselves look somewhat within control somewhat reasonable somewhat understandable and most people wouldn't understand be outraged by that seventy seven year old man getting arrested. What's a good Poi- although I wonder if now this time since they know what it's going to take for him to do because the The Attorney General's office seeking to approve appeal. Appeal for Ruling Michigan Department of Licensing and regulatory affairs suspended menkes license without a hearing. So he's continuing even on a suspended license that's awesome it gets worse. Vote right for like Verve E. The government destroyed up attacking verbally his lawyer. His attorney says it's rather they attacked verbally than Throw you throw me in a cage. Yes so the Attorney David. Calman told radio show host. Steve grew at. It's unbelievable. Abuse of power vers inventors no legal basis for the action quote visit. Pure retribution. By the Governor's Office in the AG. Mrs So petty and vindictive. It's beyond the Pale Calman said after her defeat nasal attacked. And it's the Attorney General Attack. Monkey publicly we want him to discontinuance conduct which we think is aiding and abetting the spread of a virus. Nestle claimed Mr Man side. He's not a hero. He's not a patriot. A patriotism that fights all enemies foreign and domestic. Does everything possible to protect his fellow countrymen and countrywomen to me Mr Maze? Oh so monkey to her is the enemy. She's saying she's the Patriot she saying. I'm fighting to protect everyone. I'm going after this barber. I'm a patriot. I the way I interpret issue saying that the enemy was virus and he was aiding and abetting. That's right that's what she's saying that she's the Patriot. Because she's going after him making him the bad guy and she finishes the to me. Mr Minke is doing just the opposite of that and he's being selfish in his behavior. Be Attorney General declared like Iran's nightmare government forcing people to shut down their businesses. And calling them selfish. Well everyone's selfish including the attorney general. Okay she's going to position herself as though she's the selfless woman. I'm a true patriot. I'm putting myself the line going up against this seventy seven year old man and I'm going to do what it takes to put a stop to him cutting people's hair and she wants people by that she is somehow the selfless woman when the reality is these people are selfish to the people who and I don't know what she believes right but presuming. She believes that Krahn viruses is big of a threat of. She's acting like then you know she believes ultimately the idea that you know the state is creating this safe place for people. And she's doing the right thing and this man is a danger that's right that's right but We we have some even more good news coming up. Trump says he won't close a country of second wave coronavirus hits. Should we be trusting plan? This is free talk live. It Shave. Secret doesn't cost much and is an all American product. My name is Chuck Howard and I developed shave. Secret and pioneered issues. Started back in. Nineteen ninety-one ingrown. Hairs drove me nuts for years. 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Eight five five four five zero three seven three three in studio. We're joined by and I'm Vincent and I have a number of good news here right and I mean it's important to be realistic about things but also it's important to be optimistic. Roy you become a an absolute depressed alcoholic and so I've been. There's been a lot of doubt regarding Trump's handling of a crow virus especially when it comes to the you know the whole country's economy shutting down. He essentially gave free rein to the state governors to enact shutdowns. Ac FIT and they would use the guidelines set up by the by executive branch right primarily Dr Fouled by FAO. She and lady. Doctor Burks I and people are wondering what you know. Wh Why is trump just sitting back? We'll vis vis vis crooks are destroying allowing the economy to be destroyed at trump is going to lose the election if the economy isn't fixed by the fall and it looks like he's finally taking some sort of action against vizier this from CNBC published today. Trump says he won't close the country if second wave of corona virus hits and now before we get into. I'm just curious what he means by him. Because it's the governor's right closing it. So would he like if I think for some didn't close the country this time? No he he put it into the governor's hands and so I'm wondering if it means that if let's say let's sue closes. Why you know by by New Hampshire Governor Christie new news going I like ver- we're never going to reopen until until months and months from now but like let's say sue shuts down the state again and starts arresting people for not wearing masks or for having businesses open. I think what the admitted the executive branch could do is have a department of Justice. Go after the states for civil rights abuses by throwing people in jail for running for businesses or deeming essential. I mean I don't support the federal government generally I don't support the state governments either. And so if they're gonNA fight each other. I got no problem with that. I think it's an example of why it's good to have a balance of power where you have the states to check the federal government federal government. Doing something bad. But then you have a federal government to check the states of her doing something bad. And I'm just GONNA use an example now but I agree with what the government did but in was I think is President Eisenhower. Who deployed the National Guard to Hyphen? Who's Alabama or like some steam that refused to force integration force integration? You have refused to enforce immigration. And you know I. It was public money. Right brought anyways. So that's beyond that but that's an example of the federal government forcing the states to do something and didn't want to do for quote vote public goods so it's very possible that that's what trump could mean by that but began. Well we'll see absolutely that's the thing we gotta wait till this. The first wave is done before we even start thinking about the second wave right. I think we're talking about the second way because we know that the the cavs out of a bag. The JIG is up. More and more people are waking up to this hysteria so president. Donald Trump on Thursday said. We're not closing our country if the US hit by a second wave coronavirus infections. He's people say it's a very distinct possibility. It standard trump said when asked about a second wave during a tour of a Ford Factory in Michigan quote. We are going to put out fires. We're not going to close the country. Trump said we could put out the fires whether it's an emperor or a flame. We're going to put it out but we are not closing the country. Try and I imagine. We says Ember flame. He talks about Just like Connie outbreaks ember or flame embers as being outbreaks in certain areas that could spread to people were saying that there's outbreaks reset of recently been started because people are leaving New York which is like the worst hit place in the country. Trump has previously said there may be embers have pandemic that persist in the US past the summer but he maintains that they will be stamped out. Health expert including goes in the trump administration have said that the virus will likely continue to spread through the fall and winter and may become even more difficult to combat wants. A flu. Season BEGINS. Can you imagine how bad this would have been as bad as it is right? Like millions of people are out of work. And you mean the good bad in the government response. Not Bad you know what I was GonNa say was. It's bad now but imagine like all these stupid rules that have been shoved down. Our throats like Hampshire for instance restaurants can only serve outdoors. Well it just so happens to be the warm part of springtime by now. So it's like okay. Well this is normally the time when than tables would go outdoors here because it. We're in New Hampshire. It's freezing cold for months. It is not a time where people can go and eat outside in if this actually if they started noticing the covid nineteen infections in China three months prior to when they did right so instead of January or early February it. Was You know October? And then it's we're two months in in January. And what are they going? Do have it so people eat outdoors in the middle of the winter time. They're not going to do that right. That's not going to happen. No one's going to eat outdoors even if it was allowed so then businesses would just be up s creek without a paddle for another five months so the timing could have been worse on all this. But of course it's all the government goons fault. All the economic devastation is completely the fault of these. These government gangsters and of course the average person for going along with it because if the average person the average business owner hadn't done what they were told we wouldn't have seen this insane devastation. So everybody who went along with this bears responsibility for it. Oh yes is. I'm glad you bring that up one hundred percent. We gotTA remember these people. We gotta have well maybe not. They're ugly faces memorized. But we gotta remember her. Name's so they ever make any sort of a prediction or any sort of other policies suggestion. Right wever voices in like just a regular organization a political organization because there's been a lot of so-called Libertarians. You've got on board with this. We gotta make sure they never get a say ever again unless they publicly admit that they were wrong. Soon after it's been proven and this is why Thomas Mass represented Thomas Massie was so adamant about for being recorded. Roll call votes with the first stimulus bill. Because if it's what it was what's that stupid thing they do is like voice. Vote where people just shout over each other then if this is a disaster after the fact people say oh. I was shouting. No at the top of my lungs. No way for them to be able to tell so. Yeah absolutely ride. The people I mean will bear as much of a responsibility as the government and the media because I think a lot of insurgents will willingly went along with it just because some people enjoy being scared so Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of the White House. Krona Virus Task Force told The Washington Post this week that he has no doubt there will be a wave of new cases. Will of course. Yeah otherwise he wouldn't have a job anymore. No MORE NEW CASES RIGHT DEBATE. Stop talking to him on. Tv state leaders not the federal government have imposed harsh restrictions on residents and businesses to try and slow the spread of a disease but with the US economy straining under the social distancing rules trump has loudly called on the country to begin reopening process. All fifty states have now begun some level of reopening including New York the epicenter of a crisis in the US even cases continue to rise in some parts of the country so now some updated numbers here. Apparently corner the article. So would start in. The city of John Claim Spread around the globe. Now there's more than five million cases confirmed worldwide and hundred and twenty eight thousand four hundred and seventy one depth scorn to data from John Hopkins University. Okay so and that's just based off of the testing and such right. Well that's not a whole lot of people know but I like I wonder when they're going to clubs mind you we are when we're at right now like the end of flu season is may right. It's early May and flu. Season is for most of the year at least like the New England area. It's most of the year because it begins could be at at least for like schools and such. Obviously it's flu. Season can be worse for for people who go to school busy over here. It's like a petri dish German. You know school has in like elementary high school or even college. I'd begins around November right when I start to get cold. It goes all the way until may right. You know you've heard of getting a spring cold before and so and so I mean I'm sure as soon as it hits November or October right or as soon as verse refers snow. We're going to say. Oh we gotta we gotta do this all over again. Because I saw on the news they said was tens of thousands of lives. 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That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three and we are joined by Minister O in Freeman. And I'm Vincent your host for today and I was looking at details about the Libertarian. Party convention that is going to apparently happened online because Austin Texas canceled. Every convention was happening in Austin Texas and they didn't find anywhere else that they could go. I guess with the whole Cova nonsense going on. So they're going I guess they're using zoom. They have a thousand people. Can you even do that with zoo? I know enough about this particular product. Yeah I've I I think the most I've seen is like a few dozen I've never seen for. Imagine like just imagine a lag on one thousand people on same call. I don't know what it would be like it's I mean I guess they can't postpone at. There's no end in sight for whenever they have to go through that they. There's certain in order for third parties like the Libertarians. Together on the ballot. There's all kinds of ridiculous requirements. And they're all different in every state so some of them. They need to have the name of the person like by the end of this month. So they have to do this. It's a shame I was gonNA suggest that they have the convention at Rogers Campground during forecasts. That'd be great but yeah it'd be it'd be too late by then unfortunately so thing. Let's see here on any one of interest very in favor of vermin supreme. I mean the the man who should be president so sobers no was a former REP washed up republicans there any said welby celebrities. They're good chance of it. Yeah I mean you know he's zoomed. Oh there's going to be thousand plus people there but if you're talking about specifically the presidential candidates know McAfee I mean he's going to be there. Yeah yeah no no. No I'm just saying like other people who go. I actually really wanted to go to this one back before because everything. Yeah but You know nothing much you really are. I mean I've never been to the national convention but I've been to state level conventions in Mike. God they're so boring With their so-called business sessions where they just argue over like you thought. Libertarians to argue over crap. Well guess what you put a thousand of them in a room. And then they get to argue over the bylaws Romley Platform and that crap the Roberts who God. That's seems so counterintuitive for you know. Libertarians Yeah Oh yeah. And there's there's all these libertarians who are really into it like they know Robert's rules of order. It's it for them. It's a private rulebook. And we've agreed to these rules and you know. They're like these parliamentarian types. Who though get up on the microphone and they'll say whatever there's like a certain thing that Robert's rules people say it's like point of order and then they talk about. How will you aren't following? Robert's rules in it. Just say it's so just mind numbing. Chair does not recognize you. See Speaking anyways man. That does sound awful. Although I like I wanted to go and I've been to plenty of select board meetings at school board meetings. I have somewhat of an idea but it was mainly just to go like sixteen fifth street awesome but many listeners warned me against going saying that. Austin is not what it used to be. It's been invaded by like verse dregs of California. Who escaped and always been a kind of a lefty city in Texas right? It's a little blue spot in a red state for the most part. It's the state capital where you're gonNA find more of the kind of the bureaucrat types. In the there's like a cal. There's a college right in the heart of the capital basically. So it's it's a city but it had like at least before and I haven't been done at one point friends who live in live in Austin I wanNA visit. But it's like a cultural place right like mantra-like was like Houston or Dallas area The Montreal of Texas the. I don't know enough about Montreal but the The slogan for Austin is Keep Austin weird so like you know. They've got this thing. It's sort of musical scene and it's supposed to be this hip city but the reality of it is just another city with a bunch of bureaucrats and politicians who think they know everything like everywhere else. That's a good point although they haven't been as bad as San Antonio Right. I haven't way well. You haven't seen Austin City Council Instruct Police to investigate people for hate crimes who refer to the coronavirus Kong flu or Chinese virus. Well maybe they have. You haven't heard about it. Yes yeah that's a good point but closer to New Hampshire I in close close to home for me. Pennsylvania where I was born we have governor Tom Wolfe. Pennsylvania cannot return to normal without quote flu proof vaccine. I'd really be interested in seeing his definition of foolproof but so this is published today on Breitbart. Pennsylvania cannot fully return to normal until the full proof vaccine is available. The governor said on when and forced on. Everybody is that the part. That's not being spoken here. The most likely yes because if versa four that's why they use things like foolproof bulletproof. Because it's foolproof. Why would you have any reason to take it unless you're a Kook ride? You oppositional defiant disorder. Didn't you play the that Attorney Dershowitz on your show Epstein an trump's attorney and J. O. N. O. J. Simpson? That's before my time Where he was basically saying straight up on an interview with somebody and the interviewer will didn't seem to be on his side which was kind of interesting but dirks which was basically said. Yeah the state can take you. They can put you in a hospital. Strap you down and they can force whatever they want into your veins. That's democracy is what he said. Y'All Yeah Yeah. And he said he would willingly take any vaccine. Although I did hear some analysis of what he was saying and V Court case the Supreme Court cases from nineteen five called that he referenced. What didn't necessarily mean that? The government's allowed to stick something in you writing that. That's like North Korea or China level tyranny. It just gives the government for right to quarantine someone if they have a deadly disease and I mean I I understand if someone has the plague. He was saying that people will be quarantined. Even if they don't just want to accept the vaccine he was saying. Okay yeah he we we. If you didn't want to accept it then you'd have to accept staying at home and never leaving your house will. Yeah which is essentially a death sentence in our society. Yeah that's that's come home confinement you're prison in your own home and for something that has been mortality rate comparable to just the average flu or common. Which is yes. Just blatant naked power. Grab I hope that that is where we would start to see some significant resistance because right now we're asking business owners to resist and put their investment on the line and most of them didn't get into business to take on the government. That's not why they got into business so they're not going to but if it comes down to they're trying to force individuals to submit to vaccine. Well then you might see more resistance. Because then it's just the individual and it's just their choice and yet might affect their family members or their ability to pay the rampant ultimately. It's not going to be as much as far as you know their finances. That's on the line and that they're taking a risk with to say no so. I hope that we would see some pushback and there has been some so far. Some Some uproar over. I guess there's a proposal that New Hampshire be creating a vaccine registry of some sort. I don't know if you heard about this but from what I saw New Hampshire. Maybe the only state right now without one very interesting. I don't have the details and you know ver- meaning Aviva governments meeting and essentially secret for not meeting in Concord. I think for me. You know you watch and listen on the phone seeing the same fail government meeting see now thin now. Government meetings are more open. Because now you can watch you. Can Watch cohort on video. Apparently you can watch. I've never done these things but I've heard that you know. I heard that there was a court case. Challenging the governor's jurisdiction early on that was SUV. Apparently viewable by the media. On zoom the average person could go and view it. But yeah no you're right. It's they've made it way more difficult for people to involve themselves in the government. It used to be that hardly anyone went to the city council meetings and now no one can. You can't go. Yeah I mean not not not particularly any reason to go. I've although didn't in the city of Kansas. They voted to give themselves some sort of emergency spending powers a recently. Yeah Yeah I saw that. It sounds believable You think about it like this. I mean Vincent in that. We've been these local meetings before you've covered them. I've covered them for for news purposes. And just gone an activist as well And there's no doubt that most of these bureaucrats and politicians have their minds made up before they go into the meeting so whether or not these meetings actually help them make decisions about something as another question. I would say probably doesn't they probably don't really listen to the people that are speaking to them but there is still something to be said for packing a room full of people and and putting the pressure on to some extent having a room full of two hundred people. 'cause you know here. That's a full full house in the room that we have having a two hundred person standing room only crowd in that room people to witness them do what they're going to do to people to speak out and be heard about this and to have the ability to bring your own video camera in there and ask somebody. Who's in the media? You should appreciate now. They're the ones who set the stage. They've got their little zoom videos. They decide what the camera angles are. They decide who's going to be speaking and win and you can't just sit there with your own camera and pointed at whoever you want to get reactions or whatever you can't do that and video vacant choose to have technical difficulties when they want to if they don't want people listening in on a certain thing because he gets testy there Eight fifty five four fifty three episode freedom eight five five four or five zero three seven three three up. We'll be getting into the specifications of what the Governor says. 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Can't we went through this and they go down this one. You can't you can't do well. Now they've opened up the gates or something I I'm you know. Gate opened up the gates. Hey you know I just. We should play up that quote there with Princess Leia about Darth vader Lord vader the more. You Spider your your grip. The more star systems will slip through your fingers and this is happening and it reminds me. The end is another movie. Reference of contact with Jodie foster is in the was in the chair in the little sphere. That wasn't supposed to have the chair in it. And it kept shaking and shaking harder and harder and she's like something's wrong here and the the the secret was to just let go from the chair. The more you hold on. It's going to shake itself until you get crowded. Their plans that aliens was not to have a chair and they go. We gotta have a chair because we know better. We put in a chair and vibrated is them so better. Science bottlers after according to the science so anyway Any owner. That's what it's like now. I think the system hasn't quite figured out or the mainstream before. Of course they're not mainstream and where they realize that they're not the mainstream anymore. Just look at this crazy. Donald trump the White House. It means you're not the mainstream anymore. At least half. The country thinks differently so of half think differently. You're not the mainstream I mean. At least you've just half whatever it is but the thing is the system still hasn't figured out that we are now in a decentralized form of information for the first time in history and it's not changing unless you want to get rid of Al Gore's a Internet. It's not going away. So we are going to have further decentralisation we need to adopt to it and figure out how we communicate with each other but the system is still trying to rope everybody in two group. Think so and that's why they're getting more threatening shutting people down firing people shaming people. Defending people ridiculing people. I mean and full on censorship and banning. So that's kind of what we're at and I WANNA play this clip It gives an example. How good people can do bad things? In my opinion. You know you go back in history here. People who did the book burnings or put people under arrest or whatever it was and we think it's so barbaric and could never happen today and yet the people who think that many of them are part of it now. They're seeing except for it over there. It's somewhere else and the scary and this is my point. Is that these people sleep well at night. They probably Tuck in their children and honestly believe that they don't that they can't see what they did to someone else's they commits accused him of a thought crime and did something to them but they feel justified and they can sleep well at night. And that's the danger that all through history again. Good people can do bad things. Here's Bill Nye. The science guy who I respect for the guy is a nice guy. I've nothing but you can hear him. He's been part of the machine for a well. No argue with that. But he's he's on Netflix. And many of you know Netflix's was basically also gone major left leaning they have I think side producers now or Barack Obama Michelle Obama a lot the content many of you've noticed have all gone left leaning. Even they're documentaries always have spin on it. Well they did a thing on Bill Nye the about his background and here he is talking about how he was on. Cnn and he commented about how one of the weather reporters on see. This is a number of years ago. was questioning climate change and. He just made an offhand way being a big comment while he was being interviewed and then the day after the day after he made this comment the CNN. The weather the weather guy that was a climate change wrote a letter officially recanting his viewpoint and then shooting his eleven old girl. Which encode to me is. I gotTA PAY THE BILLS. Right and listen to how bill nye interprets it himself how he thinks by God. This guy's a hero. Oh my God thank you for seeing the white he can't even hear the Jakonen oppression of what this guy did. And the name of science. So here we go about about a minute and a half year here. We go get on the news and buy them. I mean the climate change deniers. There really are leaving the world worse than they found it weather business. Just meal award-winning exists. Turned on your favorite. Tv meteorologist may have more clout than you think surveys show. Americans are more likely to believe weather forecasters than politicians it comes to global warming forecasters fifteen climate change poses. No imminent threat to think that we could affect whether all that much. His Mother Nature so big. I think we're going to die from lack of fresh water we're GONNA die from ocean acidification before we die from warming for sure on CNN in the morning. And I made an off ended common. We're talking about floods wease here. Cnn You have a climate change denier meteorologist. I doubt this one is with a wick. This in the next Chad Myers posted this sink. I have now changed my mind. Have I flip flopped? That is what would be called in politics science. It's just an evolution of understanding. Tell eleven year. It's okay to be wrong as long as you learn from your mistakes. Chad Myers love your man. If we can get more as they're called nowadays thought leaders changing their minds. Maybe we can change the world we go. I watched that might dropped and between the music and how follow sorry for screaming which turned the volume up to hear the audio and I forgot about that. So but but but but just listen. How nice he sounds I mean he. He means well he really no. You're all in the fold. 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DOT FM that's updates dot L. R. N. DOT FM. It's time for declare your independence with Ernest handcock. And Dr Frank came very. Were Yakima here. One of the things I get a lot you know Franken Franken's you know how many how big's audience how many you know dozens or listening. I and I'm like I I really don't know and it's enough. I mean I go rural areas and so on and people show up. A lot of them are listening in there in the rural area. They listen on satellite and it's been amazing to me. I go play. Of course I always get that. Look they they like. I thought you'd be Taller Gray and white more radio boy you would. It's not about just demographics or just just numbers. But the thing is whenever we go randomly you can be someplace. Ernie you had that story one time and your your your truck broke down or something or changing bearings in Idaho falls. Idaho guy comes out and you know you've been recording it on satellite. He saves it. You know the whole show goes like ninety. Minutes edited on a cassette and he passes them out his neighbors. That's how that's how it was on the show. And he took us a breakfast and everything and he did. The bearing packing right at the end as packing goes I. Yeah I'M GONNA have to get greasy. And he did it for me. I'm like all right. And then he made it on the last segment of the show and took on a night breakfast. But there's so that kind of stuff happens a lot. The the thing is that I intentionally do. I look at the last five hundred show. That's like a moving window. I can see kind of what's going up and down but if you look at it too much if you get influenced by that and you're you start pandering to them without. There's no way what why I'm and I don't because but as we're getting into the new platforms and started go. Decentralized amber start to have different places we can put it and be sure that stays now all start to build because that was the for the last few years. I've been telling everybody I go look man. We need to be like. It's dark outside and all of a sudden you'll which ways the east I have no idea. I don't stars I've now you know until the dawn starts to break you. Start to see kind of where this half of this guy. I'm not really sure. But it's over this way somewhere and then starts in all of a sudden being the son POPs off a the horizon air. It is you know well. That's kind of what we're doing. We're like it's over this way and we'll get finer and finer tuned in say. It's this platform this one. These were options. This and we set the standard that in PIRATESWITHOUTBORDERS DOT com and letters of Captain Mark Reprisal so letter to capture mark we need hailing frequencies invisible the crown. We need no censorship. We need we need. We need you know in our money and all kinds of stuff so by doing that. Then we go on the love bus. We go on the tour we start talking to people and we'll make selections because we haven't wrapped to yet and that's I'm I'm wanting to on this trip back and we'll get the rap done everything we just busy with the bus for the bus. You know. They haven't logo and all that kind of stuff. Well what happens is what did we put on there. What Qr Code? What platform are we on your float library? We got I tunes going to spotify. Or are we gonNA? I mean you'll now's the time to start picking but I'm you know I'm feel a lot more comfortable like with Corbett thing. They'll do a lot of platforms but it's all on our site with the PF s now. We got the video. So it's Well the thing is the reason I was asking. And Gosh for those again. That our new. It's not that we harbor and then focus on ratings for that very reason the other reason is because we're band ever host everywhere else of of mastery so we don't care that's the point handed matter. I was off of Youtube and facebook since like ten and what happened was it came in and all of a sudden you know. Yeah Oh you gotta go back or Guyq well. We had all the alternatives. I said we'll come back and go. We're here to save. We're over there that lasted about three weeks on one in about six weeks on another and gone you know and I go they. We made it for you no longer than I thought you know. It's kind of so that's why so now with spotify and Rogan Tarzana. Key said say somebody so so Hogan is you. Were very excited about that. Why okay but the thing is with the with the ratings. I know we have a large audience and respectful this larger audience. Because when you're out in the wilderness somewhere just randomly in any state in the country and you will. You will run into people. Listen to the show. We know it's a large audience so respect the large audience. It's out there but things like like this movie the IPF S. We're getting much more traffic so just trying to get a sense. I think in time we'll have a better understanding but it shows you also what you have to give up. You have to give up metrics in order to have the freedom and that's what this organization that's how controls exactly a lot of these guys and they're like oh I get. I got the carrot here and I got the stick here so I'm and direct on like Whoa it. Was that easy. Get your advertisers. And you'll have any people. Listen if you disconnect from that again like from the chair disconnect from it and then you will find your well. This is what happened when I first started doing. Radio and with Phoenix freebies Phoenix. They go after advertisers. And with the you know the stations I was on Tehran Radio here habits. Got That Damn Libertarian. That Dammar Dam Dam Dam Dam Dam mucking up our crap with our you know developer real estate car dealership government lobbyist. Whatever the hell tax plan they add you know so I just like you know God you guys kill me. And that's what got Charles go yet him coming out against the war but I was already out man I was like Oh bringing. Oh Charles go yet talk show host here. Kfi The care station here number one show but he had the wrong the wrong. Think this from conservative side. You didn't hit the drumbeat. Beat Charles Bam gone so this goes by. He's the voice that you hear my rejoinders. He's got great radio Voice and he reads all the books. You don't have anybody on unless you read the best number of New York Times for a New York Times the down. Yeah on black and white and blue all over that was Economist or read in blue and black all the time. We have and like to go to the break after a little bit. Joe Rogan's new book coming out. We'll talk about so. So Joe Rogan the the number one podcast in the world. Which is the number one on Youtube? Same thing He's he's got. I forget. How many hundred million hundred fifty million subscribers? I think he has just by himself. Yeah I saw that one hundred ninety years something and I go. I didn't have my glasses on their a one. In for my own auto. He's got that going. Holy so grasso and the number of all of his podcasts. The number one show that the highest hits was the was. The extr was the the was just the the free for all with Alex Jones because remember Joe. Rogan used to work with Alex Jones back in the day so now Joe Rogan Went Solo and Alex Jones had an issue thinking he was a little envious that his his colleague wind up becoming so successful but when Alex Jones freedom a the prison planet and Infrared got taken down again censorship. Okay either. That's the theme for the day. Actually a number of years but since they took him down the people were curious. Okay what's this Alex? Joe's Alex didn't have a venue to talk and studio to Rogan's credit. He said come on the show and he just let Alex just all that was a wild show that shows the highest ratings but then afterwards it began to be shadowed band off of youtube search engine. You know another one. You do this with his What's his name David Ike you know. They interviewed London. Real had him on and they go. Wow Man we never had so. They had him on again in next week and of course they shot them down right. So rogue is so angry with this because he's got a platform now and he's like all right. You guys don't like Alex Jones Alright. And he's been putting up with this crap. He used to do live shows then. They start getting bandits and like he would get warnings so we doing live shows. Just those re prerecorded. Podcasts will now with the plant plan. The pandemic Now he wanted to talk about some of the medical issues and those doctors from elway those. Md's began chatting. Most of the audience knows what we're talking about these are MD's they haven't been lost their license. Their good standing there using evidence based research on their own they have a chain of clinics whatever so they got some data come in data. They're coming in and they're just wanted to discuss. Is it all reviewed and published? No but we're in a state of flux with doctors do scientists and debris there anyway. The point is they're Americans trying to have a conversation about something that's engaged in all of us. That's the bottom line. It doesn't matter what the damn numbers are. They would just want to have a discussion. That and even the experts in charge W. H. O. They're changing their view. So even the people that we think at least the system says have all the answers. They keep changing their minds. So we're allowed to be wrong. Everyone's allowed we're allowed to discuss it now anyway. Joe Rogan on his platform. Talking quick is because I'm against the clock. So Joe Rogan decides. I WanNa to have these doctors on my show. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's the public servants joy newscast for Memorial Day may the twenty fifth twenty twenty. I Mike Clifford tomorrow is less day to submit an application to vote by mail if you happen to be in Pennsylvania for the primary there this primaries the first time Commonwealth residents can apply to vote by mail and there are choices to be made. Each party has three. Contenders is the presidential primary and eight of the eighteen. Congressional districts have contested primaries in one or both Parties Bill Johnston Walsh State Director of AARP. Pennsylvania says voting by mail gives older voters who may be more vulnerable to the corona virus. A safe secure way to cast their ballots and he says their votes do make a difference whether they choose to vote by mail in or head to the polls the voices of penalties most powerful voting group will be heard on June second so far more than one million Pennsylvania voters have applied to cast ballots from home in this year's primary election applications are available online at V. O. T. E. S. P. A. DOT com. I'm Andrea Sears. Reporting Meantime despite all the losses challenges of restrictions brought on by the krona virus some faith leaders or leaning in to help find solutions to common problems in honor of Pope Francis Historic Papal document about the Environment Catholic and evangelical clergy have gathered online to discuss ways to overcome climate change and disease outbreaks in Florida. Dr Joel Hunter is a retired senior. Pastor of Mega Church Northland. A church distributed in Longwood. He participated in the forum. Organized by the Catholic Diocese of Saint Petersburg and says he came away with some positive ideas challenging churches to become healthier more hopeful and To re-engage the command of Jesus go ye and all the world so they're kind of they're kind of excited. The pope's encyclical called for dialogue among religions on protecting the environment and helping the poor the virtual meeting which also included an infectious disease specialist focused on ways. The Christian community can work together to reach those goals. I'm Trammell Ghanem's millions of Californians facing the quota virus pandemic without health insurance either because they lost a job or it cover to begin with a nonprofit consumer health advocacy coalition is offering. Eleven are on how to get coverage. Rachel Lynde Gish with Health Access California says the state has expanded subsidies for the covered California marketplace considerably so many people may not realize they're now eligible for a break on their insurance premiums. California is the first State to take action to expand subsidies and covered California to cover middle income. Californians that make up the free seventy five thousand dollars a year or up to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year for a family. Four this is CBS. The Memorial Day weekend could serve as a barometer for Lake Erie businesses now operating during an unprecedented public health crisis safety restrictions enacted during the covid nineteen pandemic delayed the start of tourism season on the lake by about six weeks fishing charters were given clearance to run a May twelfth. Must operate under new safety protocols vice president of the Lake Erie Charter Boat Association. Dave Spangler says there's no way to make up for the lost time is going to be very very lean year. What if equal out the fishing is right now. The best it has ever been in the lake ever. That's the real catch to everything else here because it's just a fantastic director of the put-in-bay Chamber of Commerce visitors bureau. Peter Houston says. This is the first weekend that the majority of retail restaurant and launching businesses on the island can open between the cleaning in the mass in the social distancing. All the other guy by all of the businesses here are fully embracing that new guideline and that you feel comfortable becoming visit. According to the Lake Erie Foundation and the eight counties that border the lake tourism-related spending top fifteen billion dollars as twenty seventeen so forty more than one hundred twenty seven thousand jobs. Mary Sherman Reporting Shove Lake Erie. Tourism organizations are projecting at least a forty percent drop travel-related spending compared to last year finally fighting wildfires in Arizona and across the West is a daunting task in a normal year but at coronavirus into the mix emergency officials say. They've had to develop a brand new game plan the Arizona Department of Forestry and fire management and the American Red Cross both say in addition to battling flames and sheltering displaced families. They must enforce social distancing provide protective gear and find new ways to safely house evacuees Colin Williams with the red SIS providing Katsina food. Buffet is no longer an option. We're asking people. To present themselves at the Mercy Evacuation Center. We take their temperature. We ask them how we feel and then it racist since we asked them what their needs are the. Us Weather Service and other agencies are predicting that Arizona in surrounding states will be higher than normal risk for wildfires in May June and July Williams says one of their biggest challenges to house evacuees in ways that will keep them safe both from the wildfires and the covid nineteen virus we will open up an emergency evacuation center for people can come and find out information. We can then determine what their housing needs are most cases. We can refer people to want to three places to hotel a dormitory or can't tiffany Davila with Arizona. Forestry and Fire Management Says Firefighting crews will be rigorously tested for before they're deployed. They'll be issued gear to avoid contamination for public news service. I'm mark Richardson. Have a safe Memorial Day. This is Mike Clifford for public news service. We ARE MEMBER. Listener supported era line at Public New Service. Dot White Sheet. All right thank you so much and welcome to another live. Addition of leading sports with Rick. Tittle. I am Rick tittle. So it's fitting that I would be hosting the show from my house here in the East Bay San Francisco Bay area but Wherever this shows reaching you. I hope that you had a good Memorial Day weekend. Maybe you work yesterday. Maybe you didn't. Maybe you're not working at all because of the pandemic Whatever it is hoped that you do and well I just figure in time like this when so many people have been hit so hard that if you people that you love or care about are not in the hospital and you really shouldn't be complaining. Let's get let's try and do something try and British bulldog spirit mustn't grumble away. We're an operator. But anyway it's great to have you with us. Let's talk about sports? This is what we do here on. Sports byline united saying this is why sports byline was started back in the late eighties. Which was. Let's try and talk mostly sports. I say mostly because my show which is almost twenty years old has sort of morph into this thing where I will have. Tv and movie stars and Also interesting authors. I'll have a lot of comedians which I really like when when the docket is empty. It is all football basketball baseball hockey soccer tennis auto racing boxing Olympics quits filibusters checkers over cricket. Right after this break. We're going to check in the United Kingdom. We're GONNA speak with Jeremy Wade. Of course he says many shows over the years. He has a brand new show on the discovery. Channel called mysteries of the. And that's going to start tomorrow Carolina will check in at nine forty tackles saying with her first Marshall Check in with him from the gold sheet with hockey in the second. But mostly this is a wide open for your calls. So I'd love to hear from you at one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play once again. 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None of the ten pm both on the east and the West Coast. It's called mysteries of the and Jeremy. This is right down your street. This is the kind of thing we know you are right over. What I'm doing. I'm on opening up from just sitting mysterious creatures on basically doing everything that's been visitation. I'm also fresh water so lots of shipwrecks disappearing Ships Ghost ships mystery cross. Pirate treasure stories of survival Strange operations on the ocean. And you you weird story. We're covering trying to bring you inside as well to a lot of these stories through what to be kind of fun to the experts. All sorts of Engineers Marine biologist Specialists all sort of Pitching in to try and keep us more insight no doubt about it and you know obviously water covers most of the surface of the earth and yet it is still such an unknown proposition to tackle for a lot of us. I mean let's just talk about creatures. I mean we we've seen you definitely you know Fight giant catfish things. It's the seeing the fish that have You know I hate calling it a light but you know have a source of light on their head. It's amazing to me that scientifically that they're probably untold species which have never even been discovered yet the ocean they voss but of course it's a it's a three dimensional environment so it could go massive bowling bowls that is sort of an offense what we inhabit. He's just sort of just a fraction of the world. So stop down there which we can utterly really You know we see what's bad very indirectly so I think about the nation. It's the fact that That was that was so much done. Spill Still Still Mysterious Sunken. Treasure is always the one that seems very intriguing and romantic and I had a friend who is in New England and he was a part of an expedition and that can get tricky because you think about international waters and who does it belong to and should have been a museum. But still there's no doubt that there's untold treasures that are out there and some of it scuttle but some of it quite real so I'm sure that's something you guys take a look out. Yeah we're we're we're having a one of the captain Morgan's fabled treasure of what happened to it He retired to Port Royal Jamaica and which then became flooded and so a lot of the old town. There's been the way it's just new technique where you can use underwater photographs and from that you can construct three model so they sort of on the trail. Hopefully finding not not a you know like a pilot city and maybe not the treasury down there now. Of course we're speaking with Jeremy Wade from the UK discoveries mysteries of the deep. Tomorrow it will debut at ten PM Loch Ness in north of you in Scotland. We've heard about Nessie for years and you know pictures. A lot of people try to make money off it. Is it a hoax or bigfoot here in North America? Is it not a hoax? You'd do do an episode on Nessie. Yes that he's each program couples like four or five stories and that's that's one whole the That is one focus the as we look at that and that has been new research and very interestingly such because what is doing not looking directly for a large creature into something very small We now have the ability to pick up. Dna It's something. I've got from the Mississippi a couple of years ago to try and find -ation copy and that you can use the same technique you can control Loch Ness and then look at the DNA DNA and see down there. So you'll you'll looking for something Large and visible by looking at something. That's discovery smelled and she. You can collect and examine so but that was a new twist to the story you are at heart a fisherman and we know that we know from your books Just one thing as a weekend warrior fishermen as my brother likes to say you know the old saying they don't call it catching for you. How much of it is luck of the draw and how much of it is knowing exactly what you're doing out there. Yeah well I mean I have an angle yours trying minimize either by lock that you can never you know there's always uncertainty and I think I think that's what keeps us going if he never totally predictable but it's definitely true but As as as you progressives anger and it's easy if you really think about it what I did is I put myself in the money station so we did a service account see three last but I can I can make deductions can work. I can narrow down and I think making TV show pressure on as well. You Know Really. You got to try and fish effectively. I can't just shrug my shoulders. And got home. He go to try and get a result. And if you know if he really did engage O'Brien and you Get get some good local intelligence as well. You can appeal result. But it's always you know that final confinement was a little bit in the balance doubt about it Guitar fishing. You All David. Back to the show. Mysteries of the deep. There's one that seems unreal to me. And it's the story the true story of someone who survived a shipwreck down at the bottom of the ocean for three days. And so obviously there was a pocket of air down there but man. Oh man when you heard about that Well what were your thoughts about that deal That was incredible. I mean the full. That is is unbelievable because will happen was a salvage team went down to like. That's what they were expecting. And they come across the sky and the salvage. Diver has a you know. He's he's got a camera on his on his His died helmets filming everything. And you're hearing He's got a high pitch Mickey Mouse Voice. Because he's bleeding. Heating the mixture that he's talking with people on the surface and you're seeing this The rescue US policy the rescue unfolding Before you I think is incredible. Actually very emotional as well. I mean the guy. He survived Not just physically You know sort of talking lucky. I mean had tremendous psychological strength as well. I mean that is. That's definitely one of the highlights. I think at the whole of the whole series and then Just time for one more question Whenever you do something like this you're GonNa learn stories like that. What what are maybe one or two of your favorite things that we should look forward to with this new series. Well does a very interesting one about Somebody after Somebody this clay tablets in Iraq years ago and Many years off about his son took it to the British Museum and said this is said well. As an example of ancient cuneiform right thing that seems to be a description of the great flood and not only that that seems to be a description old Noah's Ark and it was a description that he's done different from the mental picture that we have today to something that totally makes sense. That's a very interesting. I'm the number one that sort of caught. My attention was About Roman super yachts employee. Colella bill to these massive yachts and basically they were just plugging in Italy. Listening drains the lake and recovered these incredible vessels. But I go destroy in World War Two. But that's news of even bigger mothership down there and they just found something you know. Something is down that have the possibility that he couldn't drain under the mud. And that is That is a at least part of the mystery that he's not currently unfolding anything to do with Caligula and we're on board when it comes to the TV world speaking with Jeremy Wade from England mysteries of the deep tomorrow a brand new series on the Discovery Channel Ten PM East and Pacific as well Jeremy. Congratulations on the show. We're looking forward to it and hopefully we'll catch up soon. Thank you very much all right. Great stuff I'm Rick Tuttle. We'll take a quick break. We'll talk some sports. Come on by Attention timeshare owners. 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Moving to Las Vegas and so as we know. This is one sport that has dodged any major delays. It didn't even affect the timing of the draft. Was still exactly the same time. It just didn't happen in person happened over TV screens but That doesn't mean that the NFL's out of the woods. We know that medical experts are warning of a second Wave that could hit in the fall. I think if if the virus is still just as out there as it was then obviously you don't WanNa go shoulder to shoulder but the other thing is I don't want to hear about well. We might have another wave. Well we might have a meteoric to and I know the odds of that are probably a little bit less but to say well. We can't play because we might have a way. Look if we haven't we have it and you say we'll playing the. Nfl season will be part of that. Wave Look what happened at the Italian Soccer Games. I don't know what the answers are. But just hearing you know this might not ever go away. Okay will tell us something that we can actually deal with here so we do know that. The Governor of New Jersey has said that the giants and jets can start playing at the stadium. We know that in California Every week we seem to be opening a little bit more. Napa County started opening up. Restaurants was social distancing. We can have hopefully sports come back soon and The thing is though is that notwithstanding the current state of affairs the League conducting their virtual off season is not as virtually more. Because we'd had team here and a team their own their doors and now we have all thirty two clubs reopening the doors to their facilities contingent on them following the the guidelines that are very strict set forth by the League but of course following along the Cdc who whatever shelter in place laws but the facilities. If you didn't know this while they are reopening in September one team as I said is certain of that fact. And that is the dolphins because Steve Ross was speaking to the Sun Sentinel. They needed to papers that combine down there. Miami and he said quote I think there are definitely will be a football season. The real question is whether it'd be fans in the stadium now that to me is a question that we've all asked us now breaking news but he goes on. He says right now today. We're planning to have fans in the stadium but I think the NFL's looking at and it's very flexible so that we can start on time and bring the entertainment that is so needed for all of us in this country. I think the one thing. We all miss our sports. I don't think a lot of people realize it until they no longer have it certainly in the NFL. I think we'll be ready to go. I know we're all looking forward to it. I know I am. We've done a lot of things down in Miami here. We're prepared either way. And hopefully they'll will be fans in the stadium. So that's the thing that I think is is key to this. Whole thing is the fact of staying flexible now. Is this the kind of thing where if there's one kid with Peanut Penology at the school? The entire school bands peanuts because when I was growing up if a kid had a peanut allergy he or she did not eat peanuts. Now you shut down the entire school and it's like today. I see headline people wanted to cancel Jimmy Fallon and it's like why well because on Saturday night live. He was attending Chris. Rock any put on them dark makeup. I so there's no distinction between putting on black face just to you know crushing entire ethnic heritage to a guy who's on. Snl On a sketch that we've all seen a million times that he's trying to look like someone else they were trying to make him look like somebody else as much as possible. They said these are weird times. Now it's like it doesn't matter what why when or how it's just yeah. That's it so the peanut allergy one kid has it the whole school haven't actually know somebody. They found out that their kids needed to go gluten free and they said turns out we need to as well like who is. I. Guess Me and my wife. We need to do it too so you need to be gluten free. Yeah yeah known you fifty years. Yeah but the whole time. I whatever I don't want to get into. This is like Adam curle book. I'm talking about right now. So does that mean if everyone gets their temperature taken. Do you know how long it is to get into an NFL game? It's like on through airport security at JFK maybe a little bit longer than JFK. Because at least that's streamline by at least. Tsa has a plan it doesn't always work but TSA has a plan. I went to an Oakland roots. Soccer game right before we everything shutdown. That is a minor minor minor league team in Oakland. I had the owner on very good guy had the head coach as well but that took a half hour to get into that stadium because they didn't have enough people frisking so that was to go to Laney College by Lake Merritt. Could you imagine a stadium where everyone's saying their temperatures taken now? Let's say that were week. Three and a Tampa Bay buccaneers assistant trainer has cove nineteen. And it's somebody young who will self isolate do you shut down the NFL? Do you shut down. The buccaneers does every buccaneer player. Have to be at home by himself or fourteen days. It's just there's no way you could do it like that. So you say constant testing cost and testing constant testing and then if someone is positive with Kobe nineteen then everyone around them is going to have to quarantine. Well if you're trainer and you've been tape guys ankles. What HAVE YOU? You've been around the fifty three man roster the very minimum right wouldn't you? What if you're the owner's daughter you know like well? She was at practice one day she was a practice. One day shutdown. The team is what we're going to do. I'm not taking sides. I'm just asking some questions because it's so vague and for fans don't think the fans can apply affect the players. Now maybe they can at places. Like fenway where. You're literally sitting on the field basketball. Obviously the people and this to me seems like something out of the nineteen ten with the Merckel Boehner. You could see people standing in the outfield and a Major League playoff game but you can. I shouldn't say there weren't any playoffs back then at a major league game but you have people courtside who need in the face. What if somebody crashes into somebody like that? So the whole thing about reopening like Florida re-opened before everybody and they closed after everybody. They basically have been quarantined. Quarantine the least amount of time. But he says they've been doing a lot in Miami look. I'm not a Miami. I'M NOT GONNA say they haven't been doing a lot. So the question about fans are no fans. I really couldn't give a damn about fans right now. Even if the raiders had stayed. I'm obviously not going to the NFL Games this year. Maybe there's a raider. Preseason game scheduled for Levi's I guess I go to that if it actually happens but that'd be about it but it's not because I'm not going any game so so let's let's just have the Games now. I could go to today's games. I'll take baseball fans. I have not watched one rerun and I will not watch one rerun and I don't care if it's if it's my team win in the Super Bowl I did watch his show on the seventy six raiders that's on the NFL network. That's an old show and I loved you know going back in time but that's interviews and stuff to actually just put the game on and pretend like I'm watching real does nothing for me. So let's just get it back one way or another all right. I'M RECTAL. We'll take a quick break on the other side. We'll talk about sailing as we do the drama. I wanted to be thaddeus. This is Karen Lyle with latitude. Thirty Eight Ebb on sale sport talk. Let's eavesdrop on a conversation between Mac lab and Liam on sailing science question for Lee. Hell yeah on the weather map. Why does the window is full clockwise around a high pressure system? Okay Max so like which way does the Earth turn there. You go that socratic dialogue again. Let me think the second. The Sun rises in the East sets in the West so the Earth must be turning the other way counterclockwise. Yes now remember. The air wants to flow from high pressure to low. I didn't know that there had free. Will I think of a high pressure system is syrup or the middle of a pancake? Air Defense to the surface and then spreads out away from the high pressure at the center the air has momentum and will try to go straight but the earth is turning underneath it so to people on the rotating earth. We think the air is going clockwise. So it's more like Maple Syrup port on a pancake on a record player. Is this northern hemisphere record player or southern hemispheric player northern for sure? The air totally wants to go straight. We're looking at it. From the spinning Earth a rotating frame of reference. So to is it seems like the air is always being slung to the right this is called Coriolis acceleration named for the French mathematician Shea. Coriolis seventeen ninety two to eighteen forty three. I saw that in the Science Museum. It was a merry go round with kids trying to roll soccer ball. Each Other looks like magic. The ball would not roll a straight. Yeah but like actually. The ball really was going straight. It was the observers who were rotating so the ball gave the illusion of rolling along a curved path. So much for magic. We'll try this in your car. I just the heater. Vent aim the stream of warm air at your right ear. Then make a sharp left. Turn simulating the counter clockwise. Rotation of the Northern Hemisphere Earth the air curse to the right and hits you in the face for. Don't cars turn much faster than the earth turns? Yeah for sure but like Earth is really big and wind is relatively slow moving on that scale so think of how far the air moves in like six hours Couple of hundred miles and in that time the Earth as turned ninety degrees. The air is going sideways. If it started out going south now it's going. West coryell is totally dominates flinging the heir to the right but the is really going straight just like the ball on the merry go round. You'll the high pressure is trying to push the air out and away from the center of a high pressure system. Coriolis is always training it back in towards the center Coriolis and pressure are imbalanced and the result is that win circles clockwise around the high parallel to the isobars. Isobars you mean those lines of equal pressure contour lines on top of the map core except that they're usually machine on those down TV maps with little pictures of rain clouds and sunshine with Smiley faces. Instead of real data would be great match for radio. Most visual AIDS are equally good for radio. Max GotTa go all right. Thank you for that Criss Cross. It is Tuesday at nine forty Pacific. This time onto leading sports. We talk a little sailing. It's our sale. Sports Talk Dot Com segment and hosting the Senate with me as always our friend Karen Lila also sheltering in place. Karen how are you? I'm doing great today in a good mood. Oh that's a rare. Just kidding. Last week Karen decide to interview me and so we found out a lot of interesting things that I like to eat live mice. I'm an ex navy seal but today carrying you'd like me to ask you a few questions and so. I know that you said that you wanted to talk about stealth mode now to me. Stealth mode would be like something that our armed services have to evade radar. What do you mean when you say stealth mode well for the creative types who are creating patents innovating designs and trying to get ahead of the competition or say for example for America's Cup teams who are trying to keep their boat designs in stealth It means basically creating and working with your team and keeping everything a secret until you are ready to reveal yourself and say hey guess what I got and how does that affect you. Are you planning some scheme to Release Upon Society always you. I can't tell you right now because I'm in south. Not But yes I'm actually been looking at and talking to other developers and planners innovators about what things we can do to enhance fan experience in these days of Covid nineteen and You know not aware of other teams planning what they're planning and keeping it under route but we know something's that's the thing I think is hard to when you talk about the fan aspect because when America's Cup came to San Francisco and they still have that beautiful appear not too far from our studios at sports byline and I sorta figured that you know there was merchandise everywhere. They was promotion everywhere every light pole and and telephone. Paul had a banner on it so I thought I don't want to miss out on this things right across the street and literally so I went over and I could kind of see a little dinky boat going fast and I was Kinda thinking. This is that the kind of sport where you have to know what's happening kind of like you know if you go to a cricket match or is it more like soccer. Where look we all know what happening one guys trying to get a ball on the other side? It's just for me. It's hard to know who's winning so what we do to enhance that with the fan experience. Well I think if we were to look at sales ep for example don't GP Used a They they are using an enhancing a an APP. That was created for America's Cup when it was here that that you hold in your hand in your device whatever it might be powder or mobile device of any kind and you can actually tap on the modes and see how fast they're going There's like a a grid on on the on the water overlaid to the visual images that are being shown by helicopter hovered. They're they're putting the the signal end from the cameras. And so why you can be at the shore looking at the you know looking at the boats passing but also have your APP and multitask and go. Oh I wanNA see what you? America's team is doing. I want to see what you know this. This you know. Just Stars and Stripes Team American agic team or whatever you can you can look at that and be able to see things Now that's that's kind of you know adding technology and I really think that that's going to be steam that we're going to find in a live. Sports experiences going forward It's already been heading that direction but now we're really bumped into it but you know in answer to your question about how do you as a non sailor racer be able to tell what's happening? It really depends upon the race and so some races are really settling into a farming. I like for example with GP race. They have you know not padded after formula. One and they have announcers and people who are explaining you know step by step sleet know what's happening but Sailing is really very interesting because the the wind changes the current changes. The tide changes sometimes right in the middle of the race so You know it's not. It does require a little bit of thinking but statistics are really important because they can really make a difference in how the game how the game comes out. You can predict based on statistics. In a way. You can't do with another neophyte. Question I completely understand. If you're going to be rowing crew that you go from a standstill but when you're sailing and winds are weapon around. How do you properly all start at the same time or as each one individually clocked? How do you do it well? It really does depend upon the race because the rules are set up by the race. The race Committees but basically one thing that seems to be universally true is the race begins before before the start start signal goes off so usually various A start line that gets laid out and it's not actually laid out in the beginning it gets laid out right before the race begins and you'll see the boats in the time before. Sometimes we'll be going away from the line or come you know. It looks like they're coming around here. What are they doing well? They're usually positioning themselves to get a good position. Just kind of you know you get a good trajectory and also to sometimes blocked the wind of their competitor because they're big sales and writing is on the upwind side it's GonNa Affect the the boat. That's on the lured side. Which is you know behind behind the win. If you're blocking the win that will take some of the wind out as same goes who went out of your competitor sale and so all. This maneuvering is happening so that you know five to ten minutes before race. It's really actually one of the more exciting times race in a Lotta Times broadcasters who will come in CBS or whatever we'll we'll start when the race starts and they missed like you know the part that the sailors are l. Interested in like. How did they get in place? Who's WHO's going to win because you could predict you know how it's GonNa go by where they position themselves. You know. It's funny by that. We're speaking with Karen Lyle L. Sports Talk Dot Com to the with you Fishermen a lot of times. We'll look at yachts and say you know I can't believe you sail for pleasure because it can be it can be rough out there for them. It's it's work Do you sort of know they're coming from when you think about the dangers and work that comes into it or is that all out the window and you sort of feel at one with nature and all that well. Are you asking how I feel personally? That it I'm talking to you girl okay I think I'm always aware of the danger. And especially if I'm out on the ocean and there's you know I'm looking at my my depth meter and it says ten thousand feet me You know I'm just aware that I'm bobbing about on the surface and there's a lot going on underneath it. I don't know about that could affect me And you have to kind of live with a little bit of that fear And have it not overpower you? So there's kind of a limit that you everybody has. Their personal limit did not go beyond a certain point. I'm not going to go out in the ocean Beyond the Golden Gate. If I see the waves are fifteen feet in short intervals and that the winds eighty five knots. And I'm in a small boat because I'm just going to say okay. I could die. That would happen to you. Know possible because it has happened to Actually one of the clients in my piano binders this. He died pillar point You know in fifteen foot swells In high high winds because he wanted to get home and it was really quite a sad thing you know because I knew his his wife and children and him and and so forth. So that's that's kind of always present with me. That's possible and so I don't push myself to that limit. I usually try and try and stay safe as much as possible. But there's some amazing moments like I was out on the last week and I saw three Wales over by Alcatraz and They all spouting almost simultaneously and it was. It was thrilling. You could see it like you know Quite a ways away because this about the waterspouts are pretty big. Well it's yeah terrible story The first part and that's pretty cool about the whales. I remember reading a book or The sky was fighting. He was in a gale and he was fighting these waves where he was so low but that his boat would literally catch air for a second slam back down and then catch air and slammed back down and he said he fought that for eight hours until he finally got underneath any crawled into hammock and he went to sleep. And I'm thinking what what happens. Then you just pull all your sales down and then you just hope you don't capsize a situation like that you mean a single handing. Is that the story He just couldn't take it anymore. He did it for eight hours and he so he finally went underneath and went to sleep. Well you know. I can't say that I can speak from personal experience on this because I I don't single hand I usually double hand so I usually have another person with me and usually somebody who's more experienced than I am on the boat and But you can. You're out in the ocean and you're You're in circumstances where you need like a storm or whatever and you need to button up you can go down below in close. You WanNa make sure before you go out notion for any extended time that your boat is waterproof as much possible and you can basically closed the hatch hatch words. In and some boats you can navigate from below and there's also something called auto home which is which is a A device where your navigation system is controlled by computer and there's like a you know a mechanical device that goes into the rhetoric that can basically steer the boat when you're not at the helm so if it weren't for some form of Auto hamlet mechanical or or `electronic mechanical. I don't think single handers would be able to do that. So the the the resting part anyway right last question for you to tell us a little bit more about the clipper round the world race. Where we're with us. Please well as you recall. They couldn't land in China because that was happening right at the time when covered was breaking out and so I think they went to Philippines and left their eleven votes there and then we talk. All crew went to their various places nearby about forty forty plus different countries. They went to and So Robin Knox whom? We talked to Sometime last month has been in Portsmouth and he's been basically planning where where the votes are going to go next. Because basically that that's part you've got to plan almost a year in advance. 'cause there's a lot of Logistics taking care of for something like the clip around the world race because people come to the shore and you can imagine with the covid. Nineteen times we're in those cities whoever's going to decide to sponsor and wherever grouts workout best for the currents tides and weather patterns Are It's going to have to be something that the city is prepared to be able to handle. Whatever this new normal is that we're doing for when those books. Kinda short because usually there's a lot of people lined up you know just like just like America's Cup people like to see the boats especially if they've been following it and hearing about whether whether at they're really excited about that so I think lot of cities you know the port. The Port the Port Nash harbormasters whoever's administrative charges the ports are working with you know the all of the businesses and all of the the Yacht clubs and different locations on the shore in just like everybody is doing right now working with this city and the county and the state and the country to figure out what is are you norm and it's going to be true for the water as much as it is for the land go on the Internet and checkout sales sports talk DOT COM. And we've been speaking with the woman behind all of that our friend. Karen Lyle Karen. Thanks for your time as always and we'll talk next week kid okay. We'll see I hope to see you at least have elbow bump you know. Your College. I'll make sure elbows. I'm properly. Thanks Karen Job. Don't worry about it. I'm ready to the. We'll take a quick break. We'll come back on sports pilot. Imagine this is your money and some wants to take it from you who is it the irs. 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Dot Com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's public servants joy newscasts for Memorial Day may the twenty fifth twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford tomorrow. Is less data submit an application vote by mail if you happen to be in Pennsylvania for the primary their primaries the first time Commonwealth residents can apply to vote by mail and there are choices to be made each party has three contenders in the presidential primary and eight of the eighteen. Congressional districts have contested primaries in one or both Parties Bill Johnston Walsh State Director of AARP. Pennsylvania says voting by mail gives older voters who may be more vulnerable to the corona virus. 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Organized by the Catholic Diocese of Saint Petersburg and says he came away with some positive ideas challenging churches to become healthier more hopeful and To re-engage the command of Jesus when he go ye and all the world so they're kind of the. The pope's encyclical called for dialogue among religions on protecting the environment and helping the poor the virtual meeting which also included an infectious disease specialist focused on ways. The Christian community can work together to reach those goals. I'm trauma algorithms millions of Californians facing the coronavirus pandemic without health insurance. Either because they lost a job or work cover to begin with a nonprofit consumer health advocacy coalition is offering a Webinar on how to get coverage. Rachel Lynne Gish. With Health Access California says the state has expanded subsidies for the covered California marketplace considerably. 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That's the real catch to everything else here because it's just been fantastic director of the put-in-bay Chamber of Commerce and visitors bureau. Peter Houston says this is the first weekend at the majority of retail restaurant and launching businesses on the island can open between the cleaning and the Matte from the social distancing and all the other guys by all of the businesses here are fully embracing that new guideline and that you feel comfortable to come and visit. According to the Lake Erie Foundation the eight counties that border the lake tourism-related spending top fifteen billion dollars as of two thousand seventeen seventy more than one hundred and twenty seven thousand jobs. Mary's Sherman Reporting Lake Erie. Tourism organizations are projecting at least a forty percent drop and travel-related spending compared to last year finally fighting wildfires in Arizona and across the West is a daunting task in a normal year but at coronavirus into the mix and emergency officials say. They've had to develop a brand new game plan the Arizona Department of Forestry and fire management and the American Red Cross both say in a to battling flames and sheltering displaced families. They must enforce social distancing provide protective gear and find new ways to safely house evacuees Colin Williams with the Red Cross sis providing Katsina food. Buffet is no longer an option. We're asking people. To present themselves at the Mercy Evacuation Center. We take their temperature. We ask them how we feel and then it us since we ask them what their needs are the. Us Weather Service and other agencies are predicting that Arizona in surrounding states will be at higher than normal risk for wildfires. 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Coast to coast and around the world on American forces trying to stay in touch with what's going on sports wise which I think I do an okay job When it comes to music I'm pretty hopeless and I'll tell you why As I jaw and run around and do things like that. I I look for some new music on my IPAD IPAD. What's it called my iphone and my Walkman and when I say new music. It's basically old albums that I don't have on my phone. There's nothing actually knew about it but when you turn on I tunes it's got you know the hottest stuff and I know. I'm going to sound like off my lawn or yell at a cloud but some of the stupidest stuff I've ever seen now I haven't heard it. I can't say it sounds bad to me. Obviously it sounds good from a lot of people but just the pictures and we're in this time now where I think like kids don't know what they are. I'm a Hippie but I'm a punk also a I'm d'artagnan but I'm also touted up and I'm a drug dealer and I'm a junkie but I'm also woke but I'm also classy and there's just there's nothing that's why I think they just dip their hair and green dye and then like pink on the bottom. I can't figure out what I am so I'll just screw the whole thing of right these kids today. I tell you when we come back. There's two more hours may talking about this generation day doesn't appreciate the sacrifices that my generation did not dinner never had to go find a war. It's you know you figure out. Sometimes you're born everyone you know. I was to go fight. I mean it's just that's why I down to our troops and especially Memorial Day all the graves out there and you can see him. I've been to national cemeteries in Europe and Hawaii even around here so I doubt all. Let's talk some sports. Come on you. Ten thousand dollars or more on at least two federal student loans. 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Good alright coveted away. Now I was hoping we'd be further along by now but at least there's progress but as I said before. Mlb Lot of these sports can try some newfangled things MLB rookie ball and they're going to have a five round draft so the basically accomplish that good for you L. Be and I say that tongue in cheek because I'm usually on the side of everything that is Paul and it's usually even if it's for. I understand that this isn't free. You gotTA MAKE MONEY. But there's nothing for me that because it's very easy to say like all the NCAA if you're old and white you automatically get caught. It's all a bunch of old like is does that mean that they're racist because our old white that's stupid. My Dad is white and he's not racist but that's the thing about You know like any any type of commissioner. That's why Judge Commissioners on who they are Gary. Bettman forever was David Stern's right hand man at the NBA. You could think about a lot of good things. He's done for hockey and I think a lot of bad things he's done for hockey and the lockout season will never be forgiven. You did it for the health of the League. Adam silver I greatly admire Roger. Goodell I think is a piece of garbage and it has nothing to do with how much money they make or yes-men or whatever but as we move through to try and figure out what we're doing two major league baseball which you know would be right about now. You know two months into the season we would have teams that were showing that they were taking this season seriously. And then we'd have some teams that show that this season is basically over and even with two wildcards. You'd still have a couple of teams. It's like wow. They really suck because we have teams. That'd be like fifteen games under five hundred now seriously. Fifteen to twenty games under but the proposal right now to play half a season with the regional schedule. The two east divisions play each other and then the other to the west and the central Expand the postseason field. There's probably not going to be a minor league season. This year will see. Each team is going to carry a thirty man roster with a twenty man taxi squad that means that replacements call. Candidates will be at the ready Mike. My question is when you go on the road you take all fifty guys because the NFL do that the NFL takes their whole ten man. Practice squad with them on the road. If you didn't know that because in the pregame warmups boom. What happened to that guy? He tore his Achilles. Ooh You're kidding me. Where's his replacement? Oh he's he's back in Tennessee now they don't do that. They fly everybody out but one thing today which has come up is the possibility of no trades this year. How do you handle in season transactions? I mean if you have a fifty man roster to the players on the taxi squad collect Major League service. Time does moving a player from the active roster to the to the other ostriches at burn and option year. We don't know yet. We also don't know as I said the trades. The trade deadline is July thirty first. And they say it's going to remain so that means you're going to have about a month to evaluate not just your chances but more importantly to evaluate a player you know there's no August trade waivers. Would they bring those back just for this year? I don't think so. I think it would make sense to go back to the old school which was twenty eighteen. Go back to that and Just for a year but beyond the mechanics of it. There's another question that the League and union have to answer and as just should they be allowed at all these trades. I mean the regional schedule is designed to limit travel and limit risk. So you'd say well if a guy's being traded to the West Coast to the East Coast. That's more opportunity for the virus to spread he's going from this clubhouse to the other My question is why would that be any different? If you're supposed to have these clean locker rooms I mean if you have a guy who's an environment let's say with the Atlanta braves being tested every day and he is then traded To The New York. Mets is that really like a guy coming from a Wuhan market to downtown Paris. I don't know but I mean the the best argument for allowing trades of course just the entertainment component. I mean baseball is the entertainment. Business Trades are entertaining. They're fun exciting. They're horrifying they're boring fans by new merge. How many think. Mookie Betts has his name on the back of Ba. Dodger Jerseys Right now. So no trades would be boring. There'd be no build up no rumors and speculation and this is a time when MLB has to cultivate new fans or even lur act the casual fans. Because no one's going into the ballpark. It's one less thing to think about. One less thing to talk about no hot stove no cold stove but beyond the entertainment component if mlb going to play competitive season and cranny champion you have had the opportunity to improve and you have that opportunity to cash out. It's only fair especially for injuries upgrade. You find out your shortstop socks. He can't hit he can't field. Here's a team. That's got three shortstops. Can I trade you not this year? I don't I don't get that. I mean the pirates. They're closer Cuny Keila. He's going to be a free agent. You think they don't want to flog him off for prospects. What about the Indians? Want to cash in on Francisco door of the Rockies Nolan. Aaron auto finally gets his way and gets out of town trades improve the product which is important you ha- you have to allow trades. And as I said the you get excited about room for me. I don't really share that excitement as as fan because we never acquire anyone. We just get rid of people and so. It's a different type of excitement. It's it's excitement when you look and you'd be like oh my Gosh Franklin Baretta one of the best hitters of the whole international class and then as it turns out he's not really a big leaguer or Brett Lawrie. Oh my gosh. When Brett Lawrie was with the brewers he was basically the hottest young player in all of baseball. Well then he gets traded to the As trainer as and the as chairman of the white sox and he never really panned out. But you get excited about it right. That's all you get excited about a hey seuss LASORDA. Who He seems like he's the real deal. You know you talk about a win win. The as didn't want little or Madison anymore. And then they get. They win a world series in DC. Now they're best. Pitching prospect is on the as hopefully ready to break free and and have a great year. You you have. To allow trades baseball exists to entertain US and trades. Contribute to that. And if you think there's no way you could do a trade it's just it makes no sense now on the other side of the coin. There's another school of thought about. Why trades would be bad. And I'll get to that next or your calls. One eight hundred eight seven eight attention to anyone. That's written a book a wants to write a book. The process is not that complicated. Take a first step. Even if you write a page day you build momentum and your book will be come a reality. The hard part is getting it published. That's when you need to call page publishing. They've got hundreds and hundreds of thank yous from different new water's just like you. They make the process of publishing your new book and getting sold online a simple process. You can learn how simple it is right now by calling for your free page publishing new author Submission Kit. One Quick. Three minute phone call. That's all it takes to get free information and learn how you can get your book published. 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I'm interested in would be the as trading Marcus Salmon. Not that I'm trying to run them out of town. But he's a free agent and the as they're going to try and sign him on the cheap and then he'll say no and the as we'll get a compensatory pick now sometimes stats good like if you look at David. Da Sues remember him. Kids Davide Souza left the as a free agent. They got a sandwich pick which they used on Matt Olsen. So I'm not GonNa say who cares but Matt Olsen you think about the two guys that were picked ahead of them You had One kid out of Russell who hit a grand slam in the world series to win a help that cubs get rid of the curse of the goat over one Hundred Years Daniel Robertson. Who had a cup of coffee with Tampa Bay so it's not always going to be a Matt Olsen but still trades the as cash in on semi-in at some point? Maybe not but as I said. The case against trades would just be taking a guy at one clubhouse and moving him into another clubhouse and they'd say it's only a small increase but it is an increase. Well it would be an increase if you had somebody who is completely haphazard and I mean so it's like if you live in a household right now we're both people work. All it takes is one dummy at one of the offices to ruin it for that whole family right. So you'd have to say all right. Well we're fine everybody's healthy but we traded from this guy from the cardinals and now he's going to the white sox and where he was. They didn't pay as much attention. Mlb submitted what they called on progress plan but it was still sixty seven pages covering just safety protocols and I was very impressed by how thorough that plan is and the Union and the League are taking safety very seriously. You think they would anyway. But at least they're showing on paper that they would. It's that thoroughness is a reminder that the union and the league are trying to thread a very fine needle to pull this off without a hitch without one new infection and by the way in that thorough report as I said the players get daily temperature checks and in fact I was talking to me. They said no no. It's three times a day. Which makes more sense maybe morning afternoon and night? The tests for the cove in one thousand nine hundred Virus will also be once a week and those tests will be sent to one lab in Utah or the body lives under mountain which can withstand attend megatonne bomb but anyway Twenty four hours so that means in theory there could be a symptomatic player spreading the virus for a full day before anybody knows it. That's right that's the thing is like Utah. They WANNA one central place. Well what if that player is a symptomatic and then he changes teams? Okay well then. The Union and the League could agreed to new trade protocols then extra tasks for a traded player maybe even quarantine period before. He can join his new team two weeks. Why did we trade for them? Season's almost over? I think you need point of care testing. You need immediate results. And that's the that's the way it's GonNa work as I said twenty four hours Alz from Utah to do we not. Are you telling me right now? That if Brad Pitt wanted to test I'm just thinking of a rich guy that he couldn't get a point of care test right now. So now there's vulnerabilities to any plan. Obviously and there's the human aspect and getting traded sucks for most guys. Amer Jeff's immersion when he got traded to the as I said you know the cubs are all you've known and he goes. I'm exactly where I need to be. He was held a happy to get out of the north side. But unless you're going to a contender unless you're getting out like Joe. Thornton was dying traded from the sharks this year like Marla did never happened. He would have been happy but for most people. Getting traded sucks especially season. You got to route the family. And if you don't agree with the family and you gotTA leave them behind for months and months and months and Dan Herron who's always been very outspoken about his time in the big leagues. I remember his quote. He said I have been traded. Both in the off season and at the trade deadline traded at the deadline is much more difficult especially to the family in July Twenty fifteen. I found out while driving to the field in Miami. My wife and kids were there for the summer. So they had to fly home to California immediately the cubs were in Milwaukee. So there's just no way they were going to get there and then dealing with finding hotel with all the suitcases CETERA. Okay and quote. Well you could say the players are already an extraordinary risk just by playing. They're putting their health and the health of everyone around them at risk every day and players are not robots. They have fears and anxieties sometimes heightened because their jobs are more stressful than most of us will ever know what job can be stressful. Some people this job is stressful. CaN'T HANDLE BROADCASTING IT. Just everybody has their own level of stress but not everybody can just go through a professional major league baseball season ago struck out four times. Who Cares so subjecting them to the stress of a trade. Or how about this trade rumors? You'd say that's cruel. Well listen if you get stressed out over trade rumors. I have no sympathy for you. I really don't and whether it's in the pandemic or not. I don't think that's heightened. I can't believe I'm being traded during a pandemic. Just I'm not worried about rumors affecting people. It comes with the territory and you mostly in trades. People get their feelings hurt. So you could say oh. They're asking his players to prove some play these games and all of a sudden they're gonNA get traded. Well Yeah I think they're going to allow trades and I just think they're not going to do. Non Waiver Trades or waiver trades. They're just GONNA do the regular deal all non waiver and push the deadline to August thirty. First that's what I think they'll do. They'll just push it back and I do think they'll be additional safety protocols for the players that get dealt additional testing and. I don't think it's GonNa be a fourteen day quarantine but I do think if they have been tested you go back retroactively the last test. I don't know three days. Whatever it is and what it means for the Players Family. It would mean the same thing as before. Are you telling me that if I remember when Brandon McCarthy got traded to the Yankees and his wife Amanda the model went on twitter and said okay. Where should we live in Manhattan? Where's the best place? And she was so excited now. There was no pandemic at the time. But you telling me that if you could trade into the Yankees right now but I listened to a podcast every week of one guy who lives in the in Greenwich Village. Guy Lives in a story in Queens and they're in the middle of Ground Zero if you want of the pandemic and they're fine. It's not like if you like. Oh we got traded. Now what's going to happen? Look there's no way you can pretend that this season is going to feel normal. It's not gonNA fill normal because it won't be it's going to be weird. We're going to have a universal D. H. We're going to have the as and the giants and the dodgers and Padres on the same division and the angels and the Mariners but we we've had to adapt to way worse crises than these. This just baseball. I'll take baseball. I don't want scabs. I want useless. Arto pitching to Mike Trout. That's what I want. And if you're a fan of whoever team you are you want that guy facing another rival. That's the only way it works. I WanNa see you know. Matt Chapman take some hacks. And if it's like oh my gosh how we're the rockies are in the division with the d-backs who cares? Let's just play some baseball? K? I put it to you greg. Let's get back up and running. It's GONNA be weird but it's better than not talk a little hockey with Bruce Marsh on the other side come on back op at twenty eight. I'd struggled with opiate and Meth addiction for twelve years. I didn't said things that the sober me never would've done one day. I realized I was not invincible. I was not exempt. And that's when a friend told me about early Rehab Place. When they gave the tools I needed to get sober. All it took was the one phone. Call Elite Rehab can help you start to break your addiction problem and get sober in as little as seven days and we'll work with your insurance provider to help cover the costs. Plus we have traveled assistance programs to get you here by plane or train. 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Yeah I remember working with him in sports channel when he was doing Soccer too by the way so he goes way back by is Marshall is with us and Bruce's from the gold sheet gold sheet dot com down in Vegas which helps you all your prognostication. But we bring in Bruce once a week at a talk a little hockey and it's a big deal because today at one thirty Pacific at four thirty on the East Coast the Commissioner of Hockey Gary Bettman will formally announce but he says will be the of the season and one report would be a twenty four team playoff format and Fourteen teams maybe getting a by. I don't know how it's going to go but it's speculation but at least where. We might actually have a plan hair coming up this afternoon. Yeah they're GONNA have a playoff more at fixed. They haven't yet voted on on to go back but if they do This is apparently what it's going to look like twelve teams from each conference atop force the get a by And seeds five through twelve and then play in the first round around five The top four teams in each conference may play a little round robin tournament to determine seeds one through four just to keep them sharp. All the other teams are playing. They may not refer to that first round or any of these as playoff games though Just contractually to satisfy retail which in some cases cases need seventy games seventy game season to To to guarantee full payment and some teams are at seventy nineteen. Aren't quite the right. It looks like this is the most workable formula. I think it's very interesting. I think the most fair way to do you know you expel expand the playoffs for Unique situation like this season has been remember the. Nfl doubled the size of its playoffs. Back in nineteen eighty two and that was the strike interrupted year. They must seven weeks in the middle of the season. They expanded the playoffs to double that year for that year. Only so any can do something similar and I think the plan is good. There's a Lotta permutations to it including where they play and all that but at least they have something of a framework set up. It looks like they have a way to move forward. Rick see what happens. Yes and I think this announcement of course comes because yesterday even during Memorial Day the Union and the League Denounce that they have their safety protocols. Which are five things? Read them off to a maximum of six players are allowed to participate on in on ice workouts at time. So only six on the is no coaches or team. Personnel are ever allowed out on the ice so no seeing Ken. Hitchcock and a pair skates players must wear face masks when entering and leaving the facility. Okay social distancing and forest when not on the ice okay so you don't need to say six feet apart on the ice and finally player. Participation in phase two is voluntary and teams are not allowed to force players to return to their home city. So what that means is is if you are in Finland or let's just say if you're in Jersey and you play for the sharks and you're scared you're not going to be punished by not playing. That's very interesting. Yeah and I think short term. This is the way it's going to have to be no I would I would say I'd be surprised if any players didn't show up at I shouldn't say that because there may be some but They're they're doing every they're checking every box here Looks like to me to getting this stuff. I going now. You know you you still got the An and most of the states seem to be You know bending enough now where they can. At least allow these practice things to happen But when it actually comes to the game for the majority of fans though are wondering when we're going to see some some games again and There is a framework in there for that to happen it. It it's probably going to be the hub sites but they're not going to be flying all over the country for this. They're going to have to pick a few sites to do. All the games televised them using the regional networks like they normally would and And proceed along those lines. But I don't think we're going to see any fans in the grandstands until the fall at the earliest so these are probably all gonNa be played with no fans. But Hey you and I both watching the Bundesliga and it's better than nothing and they've been playing matches over there including going on right now Here today that don't have fans and quality of play doesn't seem to be suffering too much you know. I think it's Kinda funny is when at first we heard with you know baseball or basketball hockey. It's like maybe we'll play in one place people so I don't want to be away from my family that long. I think maybe after two months of people being in the same house with their family they might WanNa break actually after all this. Yeah I think the wives are going to be leading the charge to get the site. So we'll see Rick Tuttle with Bruce Marshall from the gold seen in Vegas got more questions for Bruce. There's one Well there are a lot of monkey wrenches in this but Justin Trudeau the PM. Canada announced that Non Essential travel between the. Us and Canada is going to stay in effect through June twenty-first. And I know that. Listen if anything's essential in Canada. It's GonNa be hockey and we know. Toronto MONTREAL WINNIPEG CALGARY EDMONTON VANCOUVER. The teams up. There will be involved so I mean I would imagine that Trudeau would be thrown out of office. Forget the black face incident. This would I mean if he said up. No hockey teams crossing the border. I think that for the greater good he would allow this as quote unquote essential travel. Don't you think I agree? And it'd be terrible public relations backlash more than he's ever experienced or anything like some of the stuff you bet you and I mean he knows that the the Canadian Populace there would certainly want it as well but Timing here Mike worked out okay for Trudeau Because June twenty first I. They probably wouldn't be getting this going until a bit after June twenty-first anyways so That by that point he might become moot point. He would've relaxed some things but I think the the they can make special special waivers that they have to get in the NHL going would be one of those waivers also. There's been talk that you know Vancouver might be possible site a hub site it's been mentioned as one. Edmonton even a little bit of mentioned as well so there's that to consider but I think time is since we're here toward the end of May now. I don't think any of this stuff would get going for Franklin painting before started July really so I think we probably get beyond Trudeau's the it'd be on the prime minister's Date of June. Twenty one. And I think we'd probably be safe with that. Yeah and I think to twenty one is the start of summer. We'll see let's say it's does start mid July July. Whatever that's GonNa put probably the playoffs going through September and then you start to think like the NBA was saying well. Let's just start next season on Christmas Day and as I said I think the NBA and the NHL kind of look at each other. Like what are you doing? Well what are you doing this? I and with this coming today from Bettman as I said at one thirty out here in California I think they're gonNA take the first step and then the NBA is GonNa look at this and see what they like and what they don't like from it yes and there have been some people. Rick have been advocating for a while that the NBA. Nhl Both start their seasons later anyway and so I mean this. Might you know work into that narrative to but I think you know from what I'm what I've read to Be last you know nine. Ten weeks Have effectively banned although different circumstances for sure. But it's sort of been the summer off time for these guys. They've been able to go on vacations but I mean they've had about a normal time off they would have anyway So Jerk for an off season so they wouldn't have to have that much of a break between the end of the playoffs. In the start of the next season now they need to allot for any the player movements. The Free Agency period could be could be compressed but I think all you need with the if they finish by the end of September October for all this and you can get going by first second week in November. I would think there would only be about a month break You know we'll see but I I think they can work. They can work around that but yeah I do think whatever happened like you say the NBA in any chiller probably going to be Pretty much in lockstep on their stuff as far as dates go. I'm not sure they're going to going to Commence right at the same time or announced jointly or anything like that but I think the calendar workout pretty similar for both like it usually does now with Vegas. We've heard from the governor out there SIMILAC if I'm not mistaken that maybe fourth of July the will reopen and disinfecting dice between shooters cleaning the chips and new cards every deck using your cell phone to get into your room when you go to a restaurant. The menu will be on the cellphone. Blackjack dealers of course wearing masks. But they said poker rooms will be a closed. You obviously You don't Vegas doesn't want to be known as the place where people go to get sick. That would not be good but Do you think this is Fees I mean obviously be great for the economy if they can do it but do you think this is GonNa be feasible. I think they'll try it. And they'll they'll get a trickle of business back in they're not gonna be able to reemploy all these people who are out of jobs we think it's going to be just back in a snap. I mean it's GONNA BE REALLY CONTRACT. But they have to start somewhere and they have to be responsible to start. They're going to have to practice this stuff As much as they can at the outset the only message. I think they've got to have in there at some point down the road. They're going to get back to normal. It's not gonNA be in July. It's not going to be in September. It might not be twenty twenty one or twenty two but the Las Vegas will eventually come back to be what it was. It's a place of human interaction. But they've got to do this very carefully. Start and I would think that. Be just a trickle people in the casinos. I don't know right now. They've opened them up just a little bit for the restaurant and they may even get to some of the casinos before July on these limited basis. But they've got to do that for a while. Italy so they they can't rush into this too crazy but I think they'll do that and Vegas could certainly be a definite favorite one of the hubs. They've got facilities here to do it. Make sure there are plenty of hotel rooms to house the players so I think they are gonNA be up to one of the hubs when they do get this thing on again later in the summer we hope and the gold sheet. What's going on? Yeah well you know. We're putting some stuff up and putting some gold sheet stuff up there At a press website goal dot com picks there and their biggest insider dot com. Hopefully we'll have some word on football pretty soon college football. That's the thing. I'm a little bit more worried about than the NFL. But this is we go. We're going to start putting up some conference previews and things like that. If it's happening we'll see the gold sheet dot com. There is Bruce Marshall From Vegas Gold Sheet Dot Com. Check it out. Bruce says always appreciate your time and your insights buddy. We'll talk next week. Okay Ricky have good week already and lines are available. The rest of the show come on back. I'm Rick tittle at one. Eight hundred eight seven eight. Imagine this is your money and someone wants to take it from youth who is it the IRS. They want your money and guess what they can legally take it all of it if they want remember. They sent you that letter that said. Hey you always a bunch of cash. 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Seventy one sixty seven paid for by airtime media Joined the army because my father. My brother were in the army. I thought I'd better join before. I got drafted son. There ain't no draft. Omar was one. Rick tittle always goes commando. Thank you so much for that. We got another hour together. Lines are open. Cross the country. One eight hundred eight seven eight play. May Advice. Amigo also candidate for. Cherie remember on Friday. We had ty dillon on the show. Nascar driver Richard. Childress is a grandson talking about the Coca Cola. Six hundred down there in Charlotte well yesterday. After a mishap. On the race Sunday three members of Denny Hamlin's crew were suspended by Nascar a piece of Tungsten Hamlin's car on the pace lap before the race has been on this show but the crew chief Chris. Gabe hard car chief Brandon Griffith and engineer. Scott Simmons are suspended until June tenth of the Joe. Gibbs racing team said they will not appeal but it was a thirty five pound piece that fell off the Toyota and it caused Hamlin to pit and then take on additional weight. He got back into the race eight laps in and so he still finished twenty ninth out of forty but NASCAR rules that the tongues and must meet a minimum weight requirement on in the car and any separation occurs automatic foray suspension for the crew. Chief car chief engineer. So there you go. So that means they're going to miss the next race at Charlotte at Bristol Atlanta at Martinsville So I mean this is a guy who won the Daytona five hundred this year denny. Hamlin he also wanted to Darlington but It's just funny. This goes to show you. That is still very much inexact science when it comes to this type of stuff apart. The car fell off during well right before the race. All right. I'm Rick Tuttle. We've got another hour together. Get on you're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions. By you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram public. Servants Joy Newscast Memorial Day may the twenty fifth twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. Tomorrow is less day to submit an application to vote by mail if you happen to be in Pennsylvania for the primary there this primary is the first time. Commonwealth residents can apply to vote by mail and there are choices to be made. Each party has three contenders in the presidential primary and eight of the eighteen. Congressional districts have contested primaries in one or both Parties Bill Johnston Walsh State Director of AARP. Pennsylvania says voting by mail gives older voters who may be more vulnerable to the corona virus. 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In May June July Williams says one of their biggest challenges is to house evacuees in ways that will keep them safe both from the wildfires and the covid nineteen virus we will open up an emergency evacuation center for people can come and find out information we can then determine what their housing needs are most cases we can refer people to one of three places to hotel a dormitory or it. Can't tiffany Davila with Arizona? Forestry and Fire Management Says Firefighting crews will be rigorously tested for illness before they're deployed. They'll be issued gear to avoid contamination for public new service. I'm mark Richardson. How Safe Memorial Day? This is my Clifford for public news service. We are member listener supported Emerald Line at Public New Service Award Sheet. Thank you for that and welcome back to the show. I'm Rick Tuttle and it's great to have you with us The last five Mondays in a row before this I was very much infused with last dance. Fever talking about everything that we had learned as Espn piecemeal revealed to at time. The ten part ten hour docu series. I guess on a Michael Jordan. Ninety seven ninety eight doubles and all the fallout from it and a lot of bad new bad blood has come from all that So a lot of people were wondering a lot of people to people. Were wondering whether if I was watching lance because they're trying to give us something new every Sunday night and with their thirty for thirty two Which is supposed to be fun? Fun and that assists they Going to be having the home run in coming up with McGuire and so I didn't watch. I'm not super interested in it and Lance Armstrong lied. Okay it turns out that just about anyone who won the Tour de France had some sort of and you think about what they go through on a daily basis. It's not humanly possible to do and Miguel Indurain and Floyd Landis and all these guys leave i. It's it's so hard and I remember when I was in Denmark and ninety six family reunion my grandfather's from NPR news. Reese had won the of France and he was a national heroine. Denmark finally little Denmark five million people a population less than the bay area yarn or at least one the France later. He's like yeah. I was right up. Everyone's been rated up. Just Atlanta Armstrong created a whole industry with live strong denied it over over again and he was so many people's hero for overcoming cancer that's spread through his entire body I don't know I kind of feel like I already know the story about Jordan. I'm like yeah but I like basketball and I don't like bicycle racing. Maybe that's it rectal. It'll come on. Are you still under? Stay at home orders trying to figure out what to do with your free time. Even after the lockdown is over then why not try a world of worships with world of warships you can command a massive naval fleet. 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You're going to be dynastic. There's no doubt and you go to five straight but I can't think of any player who comes to his closest Jordan and fame and intrigue treat right now that is as close as Lebron. James's there's already documentaries about him in fact the documentary more than a game focused on an stays in high school now. He's in the twilight of his career. Not Saying he's done he's had amazing season. It got shut down. He's provided us with enough excellence. Controversy and questions countless hours of airtime and James is somewhat more of an open book because change played in the era of Social Media. He played in the era of player empowerment. He played in the era of twenty four seven sports. What we get from Lebron for the most part though is a controlled version. What we want is something a little more behind the scenes. A glimpse maybe more into his psyche decision making process and so thinking about that. There's no doubt and this happened way before the last dance. But the people thinking about the Lebron James Documentary series gone are the days. Will you do an hour like I said? I've watched the nineteen seventy six raiders on America's game they aired it before but I made sure to record it this time. It was on this last week and it was great because I was eleven years old. And that's on. My team finally won the super. The raiders had gone to six championships. Lost all six and all six of the teams they lost to won the Super Bowl and John Madden when people said blow it up. He said one bad call one good call one first down one cop pass. It would have been us. So why would you WanNa get rid of that which I understand almost everything John Madden said? Maybe everything he said agreed with. But now it's GonNa be a ten part series and it's going to be Lebron and he deserves it absolutely deserves it and first of all the high school years. He was on the cover of sports illustrated when he was a junior in high school. Two Thousand and two if you forgot Saint Vincent Saint. Mary's and the headline was chosen. One two thousand two so then they put him on TV the very first game on national. Tv as a senior. They were playing number one Oak Hill Academy and they beat Oak Hill. Sixty five to forty one because Lebron scores thirty one so he comes out in high school. No college and I mentioned this remember. Reebok apparently was a story. Reebok. Said here's ten MIL. Don't talk to anybody else. He said. No thanks because he signed a ninety million dollar deal with Nike as an eighteen year old eighteen year old and gets drafted by his hometown well to his hometown Cleveland and Akron. So the first episode. One if you'll bear with me here I'm trying to think of these episode one. What happened to the Hummer because when he turned eighteen? Lebron James was driving a Hummer h to the Ohio. High School Athletic Association inquired. How a person like James and his family who didn't have any cash was able to get a Hummer and the investigation found out that his mom Gloria took out a loan against her son's future earnings. A fifty thousand dollar loan and it would be great to hear James Decades later explained. Whether this or the other gifts like a throwback jerseys that caused him to briefly lose his high school eligibility or just bribes from people trying to get into good graces and then of course was the lottery rigged lottery. Tampering is one of the oldest. Nba conspiracies and it did happen in eighty five with ewing not going to the warriors. But could you ignore the coincidence of Lebron James Landing with the cavs the cavs tied for the nuggets with the worst record in the league and they ended up getting the top pick while Denver to quote unquote settle for the third overall. Pick they got a guy you might have heard of name Carmelo. Anthony would james discuss it and then the first time with the cavs NBA debut against the Sacramento Kings which the Cavaliers Lost James Drops. Twenty five points still rookie of the year eighteen year old rookie of the year. Twenty one points a game six assists a game five and a half rebounds her game playoff debut. James put up a triple double against the WHIZ. Got Cleland to one in with within one game of advancing to the conference finals. And then you'd probably say the breakout moment for him and the playoffs anyway was when he was twenty two years old. He scored forty eight points. Including Twenty nine in the fourth corner to go to t the Cleveland Cavaliers to a game. Five win over the Pistons in Detroit. They went onto win the series and they go to their first ever. Nba Finals and they get swept by the Spurs. You can go back to James winning his first gold of a member of the team. Usa And oh Aid Beijing and then at twenty four years old that the cavs he wins his first of four MVP's he could win an MVP. This year folks in fact I would probably bet on it but then after year of speculating whether he'd returned to the cavs or not as a free agent he takes off his cavs Jersey on the way back to the locker room after being eliminated by a Celtics in game six of the conference semifinals. That was ten years ago. And you know what he was doing when he ripped off that Jersey because it's an indelible image that even at the time drew some great concern from Cleveland. Fans but in retrospect probably seen that James knew that he was not coming back to the cabs and it would be pretty cool to hear from him. What was his thinking when he did that? Maybe he was taken off his Jersey because the game was over. There's a big difference between taken after off. Your Jersey when the game ends and wearing a hat that says Boris Corp like Garrett Cole did when the Astros got when the Astros last game seven of the world series last year what happened. Aren't you on the Astros? Know when that twenty seven thousand was recorded. I'm not on the Astros anymore. You can't even wear astros be. Why don't you wear no gear? Why do you have to wear Boris? Corp- yeah so of course Dan Gilbert took over of the The cavs and it'll five and felt it necessary to put talent around. They'll Bron James and that relationship but had been a tumultuous and I can't really blame Lebron when they give them booby Gibson and Ann. Gooden and Anderson Varejao elderly shack. And then you'd have to get into you know what made that decision to go to South Beach. And that's that's just to start the documentary so we'll come back and WANNA get into more. I'm breaking it down for you. I build it up and break it down like all our sports starts. This is what we do in America. 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So then we get to the decision two months after be eliminated by the Celtics and taken off the kit he has. The unprecedented televised is called the decision at the boys and Girls Club. A Lotta people forget this. I think it was in Cleveland. That boys and Girls Club with actually in Greenwich Connecticut. Greenwich is a Nice Town. I don't know if you think of Connecticut. It's like you now suburbs of but there are places like Hartford and new haven new haven as Yale. But it's pretty much scumbag Ville anyway. from rhythm offended but in front of dozens of children and countless fans around the world you and on TV which gray and he said. I'm going to take my talents to south beach. Play with Dwayne Wade Chris. Bosh and the Miami he and the special shell excuse me know Kaufman here at home. The special reportedly chill part on him. Wa even play. I always heard it generated a million dollars for the boys and Girls Club but it actually raised two point. Five million for the boys and girls in America but it also raised lasting and immediate scrutiny. Because shortly after that Dan Gilbert post a letter to fans on the teams red site famously written in the Comic Songs Font and Gilbert is particularly harsh. He calls the televised event narcissistic self promotional bitterly disappointing. And in the letter he guarantees in all caps that the the cavs an NBA championship. Before James Does back multiple ones and James went to Miami. He goes not one not two not three not four. Remember that actually. He went on because I was the next day nationally televised American Airlines arena. Miami James Wade Bosh the he broadcaster Eric Reed says I know three players can win multiple championships and he would not two not three not four not six not seven and when I say that I really believe it was in twenty ten. Not Seven about that. The thing about Dan Gilbert though that really makes me mad is that Dan Gilbert before that and I remember it well. People a lot of people don't remember is he. Put out a letter to Lebron James publicly before the decision and it was basically Lebron. You are family and you'll always be family and I love you. I'm paraphrasing but that's pretty much it saying you'll always be a fabric of this community and you know you're almost like a son to me and whatever you do you do. What's best for you and we support you but this is your home and I really think you should stay here and then come out with basically screw like. Do you want to go to the prom with me? I love you I love you. You're the most beautiful girl in the world and most beautiful girl in the world. I love you I love you I love you I love you. I love you now. I don't want to go to the prom with you on ago at this more handsome guy. Screw you be word I hate you. I'M GONNA go with a better girl than you anyways. She's more beautiful than she loves me. I hate you and then the fans burned his jersey. Like the fans and o'casey they burned Katie's through. They call them cupcake. Lebron James and Kevin Durant put those teams in well. Cleveland's not podunk but sports wise. It was podunk towns on the map. Almost one hundred percent because of them. And yes there was a Westbrook in Hardin o'casey but Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma of fame which has nothing to do with sports. It's just famous people from Oklahoma. Even though he's from Washington went to college in Austin for a year but a guy who fulfilled his contractual as Lebron and they burned his jerseys. And that's why we'll talk about going back in a minute but we want to know why. Lebron made the decision and we've heard bits and pieces over the years but that's an entire episode right. There is the decision and getting on afterward I want and the public demands deserves never before her details about Lebron joining the heat. That would get US watching. Probably more than Jordan and what was Pat Riley thinking during not five not six not seven because the production crew. I thought made a very timely cut to Riley in the stands. Just after James said they're going to win eight championships together and let's just say he did not look enthusiastic as the fans did now they did win two titles little bit less than eight I think. So a quarter of eight but it would be amazing to hear Pat Riley what he thought during that PEP rally and then Gilbert why Comic Songs. Why go with the why not go with the? Times new Roman are or the classic Helvetica to a letter of that magnitude and a font that literally has the word comic in it. This is wanted to know. And then you get into the heat and contrary to expectations they start off nine eight and everyone's like wow. What a load of crap that was and then they win. Twenty one of their next twenty two they go to the NBA finals and the heat are stunned by Vicki. And the mavs they get their first title ever and James Averaged Eighteen points a game. He took fewer shots than Wade. Forgivable FEWER SHOTS THAN BOSCH UNFORGIVABLE. The next year got US third. Mvp and he finally did get his first NBA championship as the heat. Beat the thunder and five. James Wins his first finals. Mvp averages eight and a half points. Ten boards seven and a half assists is outstanding. Then in the off season James won another gold medal as the USA barely beat Spain and London and the gold medal game. Which was hairy. Comes back the heat rattle off a twenty seven game win streak the second longest an history. They finished with sixty six wins. That's twenty thirteen but James Miss. Say three pointer on the heat. Final possession regulation Chris. Bosh gets the rebound and now ray Allen's legendary three pointer ties game six of the NBA finals. Against the Spurs. The heat eventually get the victory and overtime to avoid elimination and then they went game. Seven who James once again finals. Mvp Twenty five points. Eleven rebounds seven assists and then spurs rematch. The heat lose and five outscored by an average of eighteen games are eighteen points in the four losses and facing a player option. Lebron goes into the off season whether to opt in leave so the questions how first of all how close was Erik Spoelstra to get fired because Ian Thompson wrote a book the Sola Basketball and when when they were at nine and eight in two thousand ten Pat Riley called in the big three from meeting and Lebron Asks Riley. Do you ever get the Itch to coach again? And so Riley took it as well first of all no second of all so you don't like Spoelstra that'd be a fascinating topic to explore and what what changed with Lebron after twenty eleven because they said for his standards he sucked in the finals for you and me averaging seventeen points again. Miraculously he lame lousy less shots than Bausch and he always says. When asked about that. Well I wasn't a complete player. You WanNa complete player you had been an MVP before so that'd be some reflection and then the power shift between Wade and Lebron. They're great friends but they clearly had different approaches on the court during the twenty eleven finals and Lebron emerged as the clear Alpha so it would be clear to us if we can hear those conversations and maybe even how their friendship helped or hindered discussions. But just what was lebrons favourite accomplishment and he ears and they got back to back. Titles you got to. Mvp's he won another gold medal. That's pretty amazing for for your stretch and of course losing two finals. But what was the signature moment? Because we've heard some things in the Jordan documentary where we were like. Wow that's what you took out of it. You know John Madden talks about the fact that seventy six season. It's still fresh in my mind when they played the bengals that if they beat the bengals the steelers were in. The playoffs is in week thirteen. But that if they lost the bengals the bengals had gone to the playoffs and the steelers would be out. And the steelers were the raiders. Bogey team and they were going to have to meet and John Madden said. There's no question I'm on. We're GONNA play and they crushed the Bengals in Oakland and John Madden said that. It's the most proud coaching moment in my life. That Game Guy won the super bowl so you never know. I'd like to know all right. We'll come back after a quick break and I'll continue on as I break down and story board the little on James Series on sports violence. Do you owe ten thousand dollars or more on at least two federal student loans. Then you may qualify for new programs offered by the Department of Education. 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Four eight five six zero zero three. Sorry it's it's the pleats it's actually an optical illusion it's the pattern on the past the south Florida flattering the crucial region. I'm actually taking them back right now. Taking it back to the pants store. Rick tittle is a majestic stallion majestic. I tell Ya. What are you looking out your the Michigan? Ah One eight hundred eight seven a play picking up the Lebron James the return to Cleveland. Now this is when I got mad. I remember getting into an argument on the air with my buddy the guru. He thought it was great. Prodigal Prodigal son goes home. And I'm like they've burned his jersey. That owner was such a scumbag to him. Oh I love you I love. You know I'm out I hate you. Hey I didn't want to go back. I didn't think that they deserve him. But there's a sports illustrated article. It was not a televised special or James announced that he was going home to the cavs and in the article. James notably emits the recent number one overall picks Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett and his list of future teammates little over a month later both players traded to Minnesota for Kevin love or that James and the cavs get to the finals but love misses the entire series. Kyrie Irving plays half a game. Cleveland loses in six. The bron- puts on an all time performance. He averaged thirty six points. Thirteen and a half rebounds nine assists and he got four of the eleven finals. Mvp votes which went to Andrea. Madala was at all those games in Oakland James and the cavs next year. Come back from a three. One deficit in the finals. Beat the greatest team. In the history of the regular season seventy-three team warriors and Lebron Chase down on Igwe Dolla and game seven. I was there for that. Too and Irving's three pointer. I don't like remembering that. That was horrible scenes and Lebron wins his third finals. Mvp He averaged thirty eleven and nine and then third year in a row here they come again but now the warriors have Kevin Durant and they are no match they only win one game against the warriors even Lebron averages triple double he averaged thirty three and a half points twelve rebounds ten assists not too bad then that year he criticized president trump and the Fox News anchor Laura Ingram told him to shut up and dribble and he said we will definitely not shut up and dribble. I mean too much to society too much to the you too much to so many kids feel like they don't have a way out so now without having Irving James and the cavs get back to the finals once again and a Herculean game one performance for James Fifty one points eight rebounds eight assists and the cavs lose overtime. I was that game that was the JR Smith. What are you doing game? I thought we were up. No we weren't up and they get swept by the warriors whereas when in Cleveland Fifty one points but then James has faced with another player option. Are you going to go to the Lakers? Now first of all widened. Kyrie WANNA leave. Now we know Kyrie's weird already left Boston. There's no telling how long the cavs could have extended that final streak if he hadn't forced the trade and we know it's hard when you have two strong personalities together but still and then. Why did Lebron Forgive Dan Gilbert animosity to hate the letter? How did Gilbert Convinced James returned to Cleveland would even work did he need to Lebron? Just say screw it. I'm coming back. How much influence Lebron have on the personnel because the idea of him being the GM became very popular that second stint love trade Getting David Blatt out replaced by Tyron. Lou I've actually a a picture David Blatt at the Americano Bar at In San Francisco at the Batali Hotel Rep before the finals. Two Thousand Fifteen. He came in with his staff. And I go. Hey why because black took a picture of anyway did Lebron on do all those machinations probably and then did Lebron break his hand after that. Jr Smith incident because James Shocked fans and the media by following the the game. Four press conference with a brace on his hand and he said he let his emotions get the best of him in Game. One and apparently it was reported that he punched the Whiteboard. Is that what happened? But now it's on to the Lakers. I hate the lake show. That's just dumb but James's management company announces that he has signed a four-year deal with La and less than a month later. James opens the I promise school in Akron and that school offers tremendous support and assistant to challenge students in the area and James said that was one of the greatest moments of his life. That was two years ago. The Lakers start off for and six. But they get their record up to five games over when they play the warriors on Christmas Day and Lebron does his groin so the injury limits Lebron to just fifty five games only the second time that he's missed significant time in his career and his team misses the playoffs for the first time since he was nineteen years old so magic who was instrumental in bringing James to the Lakers he abruptly and unexpectedly quits as President before the final game of the regular season and ask said there was backstabbing and what he called it. Whispering from General Manager Rob Pelinka. That was the reason that he quit and then Palinka had to say. I DIDN'T DO ANYTHING. We Love YOU MAGIC. We do come back then. Anthony Davis who demanded a trade from the PELICANS? He reportedly joins Clutch Sports. And then finally gets traded to the Lakers and the Lakers holding the best record in the West at forty nine and nineteen then Cova nineteen breaks out and then we are so. Why did you join the Lakers? Did you trade ball Angelman hard but kept coups? Emma widened magic. Quit and all that it'd be interesting. I'm here I've already planned it all out all right. Let's go to the phone lines. We have Vince. Who IS Out in Lafayette. What's on Vince? Question with the NBA in China. You think that's going to have An impact on NBC NBA season next year with her relations. You know not strong like used to be Like a few months ago did get does have a major effect on the salary cap especially like the effect of the warriors and stuff like that. Anything that's going to play out or which were thinking like I don. I don't think our relationship with a foreign markets going to affect the salary cap one way or another As far as our relations with China I like to think that sport holds itself to a higher standard and I think that the Chinese people want. Nba Basketball whether that's able to happen or not I don't know but hopefully that doesn't Doesn't come into the four people usually always nice. I mean I'm you like like take a ran for example the Persians. Very nice people. It's usually just a few people at the top that well I think every person is inherently. There's good in them and then of course they can get brainwashed but I think you know not everyone but I think I like to think that most people are inherently nice. I agree with you there. I totally agree with you. I would say I don't know if I was thinking percentage I'd be taken out of you know what I bet you. It's probably like seventy five percent or more probably inherently nice. It's probably like three or five percent of the bad ones that get the headlines and the rest are in between I think. Like like for instance. When there's a national disaster always Americans always coming to the forefront which is always nice. I mean always helping. People have one of the most generous countries. I was wondering about that the second thing I was going to ask you about. I know it's still way on talking about the NBA playoffs going Orlando. And just you know killing season. You think that's a smart move. I mean it doesn't seem fair that all these teams are playing. You know for the you know less than their butts to get home field advantage home court advantage. I should say and now it's all IT GOES UP IN SMOKE REPEAL. Play in one spot. Do you think it's really fair? Well the IT'S WELL. Obviously you know this whole pandemic is not fair but the thing is that there's either that or nothing so. I think to tell the fans you're not going to get home field and you're gonNA get no playoffs whatsoever. I think it'd be more unfair to have absolutely nothing so Yeah inherently it's not fair but this is the way it is. This is the only way we're going to get it back. I was thinking they. Could you know you saw the race car race car? Never got into that. But I heard they're doing without fans out the NBA. Have THE LAKERS? And the Clippers play you know. La and you know just without the fans. I guess at least they have the home court even though it wouldn't be what that's not really an advantage though right if there's no fans. I know it's thanks. I I just I just feel it. Just catching upset that you know. It's still unfair to players that they worked their butts off and all this stuff happened. I was. I'm hearing rumors at the as May actually be playing after July fourth and they may actually opened up the stadium where the fans may actually go like. I let affects me weekend. sunny I've been buying that for like the last eight years. I've been taking that all the time of the game so that would affect hoping I look at to see some as baseball maybe July August and September. Things work out. That'd be great. Yeah Yeah I've heard about that. I'm just like crossing my fingers like the other thing. I was like jumping all over the place. But as the The warriors the Knicks could possibly do a trade like where the warriors get the number one. Pick it still like a fifteen percent chance. But let's say if they get the number one pick The ball I guess the Knicks really want bad so they would be willing to trade. Their Musab picks her like six or seven. It's rap and we would get their number one conditional next year not might be good. Would you do if you're the warriors? Drop the seven from one and go and number one on next year as well. Well I I mean to me there is no Zion and this drive so yeah I would consider it. I'd have to do a little more research but that obviously I would consider it. You know and the thing I was reading. Everybody's just making stuff up. Is that most of its blogs. Every the warriors page every day. You're when you're doing stuff you for sports. That's what I'm doing but they. Usc Center is supposed to be really rising on the so-called blocks over the warriors page Draft that he could go number two if they were saying. No trades are made the warriors pie take wise men or whatever and then the US Senate could go number two to Cleveland. That would shock. Because I thought he's GonNa to like eight eight or ten. Listen I think all bets are off when it comes to those things right now. I mean I have not done any prognosticating myself on that but I mean it's possible events I gotta run to a bright man but thanks for giving me a call appreciate it. Yeah I really like listening the one thing. I just say real quick. Is that the poor guy that got victim by San Francisco. Cops I listened to. I really got sick to my stomach when I heard that really fat. I don't know what that is on your show. Remember it settlement a couple weeks ago. Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah that's terrible. He's rich now he got millions all right. Thanks for the call. 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And you're listening to wrestling observer life with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Simple. Dv On the sports byline broadcasting network. The show Brian Alvarez here wrestling observer. Live very happy today to be joined by good old. Jr Jim Ross live here sports byline USA TWITCH DOT TV Slash W. Video under. The black hat is the new book. Grammont AMAZON DOT COM. Find Booksellers everywhere links on my twitter shares twitter as well and Jim. How're you doing today? I'm Greg Ryan. Thanks Anna problem. We've got A W coming up tomorrow obviously ran talk a little bit about that and then we'll get into the book but pay per view. This past Saturday night seem to get some great reviews. What were your thoughts on double or Nothin' Well from my role. That's all the packer to guess I had a lot Lotta Fun to call. It was a lot of variety You know the last match was a spectacle. Cinematic Spectacle What seems to be a trend. Or maybe Tran maybe not. But it looks like it's coming a trend I thought yes solid matches prior to that best works hard. That's always been my criteria that you know sometimes pre so subjective but effort and desire to perform getting offensive fencer buddies or is it a S. There's no room for decision that deal so I thought all of our guys and Gals Worked hard and you know so. I joined this Saturday night. It was a long Saturday night. I think I went to about five in the morning but it was a I now. You obviously have been around forever in a million different places and you've seen a million different things and experienced a million different things in wrestling but nothing like the coronavirus pandemic. I think that's pretty safe to say here and I guess the first question regarding that would be. What are your thoughts on some of the positives? That maybe not positives but obviously we've got some. There are some positives this cinematic like the stadium. Stampede I'm not sure we would have had something exactly like that if there had not been a pandemic and people are having to work a little bit differently because there are no fans I mean. What have you learned from this pandemic that if anything has been sort of a positive that people have learned about wrestling and fans result of all of this well from the beginning of the virus To be honest with you I was skeptical that it was going to be s Widespread and powerful as it has become but I soon You know smart this situation he might. I two granddaughters Ryan and they lost their GRANDPA. The other Grand Paul of my my son in Law's father To the corona virus on Easter Sunday. So me coming down Jackson. What's I am now and by the way if you look for whether it is raining cats and dogs no no beach activities as needed but nonetheless The virus is going to change the way we do everything now. There are GONNA be accessions. I overstate wrestling now. So dramatize things as belly but I think many important facets our lives are going to be changed for the rest of our lives and I do think that somewhere along the way fancy back in the arena when the hell knows we're here Davies places. That are the site right now. For seems like we're going to be until go back on the road. I don't know that to me. It would be logical. Rock there things here so but everything's changed you know. The UH talents are gonNA work more snug and more logically and they can't communicate in verbal forms as freely as they have been used in the past So it's like Ese fight. I went to a week ago here. Jacksonville those four ounce gloves. No BANS. Make a very disturbing noise. It's a different game. You can hear the coaches security announcers everything and so now. The monks that the very thing. So you gotta be careful what you say for be wise spot wise wherever they may be. But it's it's changing everything right like you know. I I I believe from Oklahoma City to talk. ATLANTA Earn them on the third or four. I've been here almost and I wrote from Atlanta to Jacksonville telling Shivani we had so the content or entry shows which you know a cluster but nonetheless it was kind of And so I've done a lot of things I don't at the team hotel I didn't go near the The hotel here in town that at one time was housing all the UFC fighters and the guys gals so I stayed away from that place. Had been there once. So I got an AIRBNB and onto isolated and You know I've been very care but the challenged got observed the new rules. It's like Bill Maher new rules. There's new rules are pro wrestling. You know it's interesting. You mentioned that about having a hit everybody a little bit harder and having gone to that you have C. Show David I used to go to. Uc shows all the time. And that was one of the things you would be sitting there and these these guys would be pounding on each other which is sound so brutal. And then you go home and watch on television and it didn't really translate because you've got all these these fans in the building and now. I mean man you watch those you have see shows and you hear what you hear if you're at ringside and sometimes it's pretty disconcerting at does lead to obviously some some ideas for pro wrestling. I mean you don't really want to hurt your opponent but I mean you can as the old saying goes you can hit people hard in safe places and it's significantly more effective now with less fans than it was back in the day when everyone's screaming and you were getting hit and heart you getting hit hard and same in in safe places but like nobody knew about it except for the ringsiders and the people doing now. Everybody knows so. There are tricks that I guess people are starting to figure out how to work with with no fans ran new game. Guys you know you get veterans liked Jericho or Mosley You Know Hoy Lynch Brodie Lee. Those guys have been around. They bigger. They've done all the lava guys a lot of the other guys in ladies on our roster haven't had that experience yet packed out is it. Pwg or they they've been on the on Saba cast and in Japan. But you know you look at the raw numbers. Pan Cards except for the The Tokyo Dome there. You know the great houses. What five ten thousand. Maybe about right So it's a it's a new world a lot of guys so then you take off. We had a great counts coming our TV audience is growing. They're loud they're boisterous or young their defiant sons but like editor guys. They're uninhibited and it's wonderful. But now learned new things for me as a broadcaster. I can't be wondering looking at the crowd that pretty girl sitting over there. Somebody's got a cool sign. Some of us were JR t shirt. Which I've never seen But nonetheless I jest But you know you you watch the frozen to your mind. And that's really how you broadcast. Could ruckus video? You rely on your monitors images to be able to tear up your lyrics to that music so there's a lot of things are things and and I don't think we're starting to learning because this thanks to be far from right it. It's just a big events are not being rescheduled with things in mind and that's so scary big events in the mainstream sport. The you know. You're GONNA have the masters in October with no things. I guess so until I see some fans back America. Now let's manage. There's a recent recipe Jacksonville. At least in the no no hurriedly until Sunday about one minute before this I break right here but I want to quickly ask you is is somebody who was very involved in me knowing everything about the wwe developmental process and just the WWe schedule. I mean you mentioned the young wrestlers in a W and there are a lot of them and the one thing with. Aws there's no touring. I mean obviously. The no one's touring with corona virus. But I mean corona virus aside. There's there's no shows no touring. What are your thoughts on the inability of those younger wrestlers to be able to work three or four days? A week I mean. There's there's positives to help shows and there's also negatives due to the schedule but very quickly. What are your thoughts on on? Should they be doing more house shows for everybody's learning abilities absolutely and I think that's the plan it's just you know timing? Is there were outs of events canceled end of the schedule for the virus? you can't get better working one night a week nobody. I don't care who you are. There's a there's A. There's a minor exceptions like I don't really Chris. Jericho needs to work four days a week to be great now. They can't be what on Wednesday nights but a lot of guys need to continue to work and need to work on the supervision of the coaches in aws so that they can continue to learn relearn some of the fundamentals primarily slowing down using more psychology than someone. Because you've been business ten years hasn't been your ten year veterans means. You could mean you had the same experience ten times so yeah getting or portent for us. I think to develop talented especially Anthony Revenue going forward. But who the hell knows when that's going to be. It ain't no time soon. Apparently all right back in a moment. Everybody we'll talk under the blackhead roses. Our guests wrestling observer live. Here's a great way to save money on your prescription medications. If you take Viagra or Cialis we can give you away to pay as little as two dollars. A pill compare. That price is high. Is Sixty dollars per tablet. These pills work for men and women to improve their sexual performance and now for the price of two or three pills you can get nearly one hundred. There's no need to pay expensive prices for Viagra or CIALIS. Call now with your prescription and pay. 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Live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Super Vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network making the show. Brian Elber is here Wrestling Observer. Alive Jim Ross. Is joining us here today under? The black hat is newest book available right now. Amazon DOT COM. I presume fine booksellers everywhere and despite the fact that I guess all these booksellers are not open right now but Jim tell us a little bit about the second book and wanting to get into some questions here. Well you know Brian. The we the book out of the very unique time. Consider the virus. Shut the door to Barnes and nobles and other books and millions of source like that you can also get a signed copy at my website was JR s bbq dot com Jr bbq dot com The first book I followed Ron I wrote it like a An an episodic television show we wanted to test and symmetry and so we did that by making a chronologically correct and it took us through Austin vinnie Shawn Michaels W tidal. And when I came back and all but so that's the way and subsequently always had second book because there's too many interesting things to talk about. That will always be a part of the fabric of the history arrested the Monday night. Wars the attitude era coming going public the first exit. Well you know I got. I got the bills. Palsy assaults like And then you know. They don't offer so many years that send me being taken off until about wasn't Things like that Slain it and how I felt at the time I rolled my wife plays. Everything was going along the way you know when you're over when you're overweight. I'll say that I'm the amount of offensive myself I'm trying to but nonetheless around face southerner with the can't smile because bell's Palsy has a shaky footing in the world's Elvis on camera and I was scared that wouldn't be. It always bothered me so all I could do. Some work really really hard and then sometimes it goes bad but then the biggest thing that happened was that my wife got killed and she got killed in. March seventeen and a lot of things happened around that time and then subsequently you know signed a two year contract with WB then that expire no negotiation. We're done thank you very much. Appreciate everything necessary. Do not going to be heard But I'm GonNa try something else because Tony. Kahn wants to play every day. And there was no plans to use me Debbie. I'm not mad about it. Except for audited. I made a lot of money. They're a very happy but I had a chance to aws. And you know that sounding like a of the bus or not Ryan SORTA got him on. Its rest fresh air. It's a different presentation. The leaders thirty five years old. The owners thirty five years old. That is so easy. A different perspective. Senators say well that there's such a problem right there. Oh when he knows background or what he does. The Jaguars the full football club in England. Surprise what we got here is no. He's Pretty Damn Bridge so I thought there was a need to finish the book out. Get Awa what sets up a good booker or a good writer. A the early years of eight hundred down. So I'm I'm I'm it was it needs to be written and I need for Jan. It'd be recognized as the asset so a lot of this Alpha male Ego Sanford. Men. Don't think we do everything ourselves because we don't you know it's interesting. You mentioned that about the owner of Awa being thirty five years old. Because I mean as you're well aware from from being all over the place. I mean the idea that Tony Kahn. No experience in wrestling aside from being like a huge fan who just kind of studied it for years and years. I mean he stepped in there. He's half the age of Vince. Mcmahon and I don't have the numbers right now but the impression that I have been given based on pre orders in orders on Saturday as at this pay per view on Saturday did did very well and good Moose. That that's the impression I've been given so don't don't hold me to that but I know that on Saturday like the the early streaming numbers were very positive they they. They're with with some of the other shows that they've done so it looks like it did well and you know you're talking about you know in April this company to the best of my knowledge. I mean they made a little bit of money and if they would have had live events and live gates. I mean they would have made a lot of money in April. And you gotTa Watch sit here on the air and kiss Tony's ass but I mean you would be a good person to ask since you've been around so many different promoters over the years when I hell. Can you explain that to fans how quite frankly incredible it? Is that a thirty five year. Old Guy with zero experience in pro wrestling has taken over or started this company and within a year. I mean there's there's network television they're beating exte- on Wednesdays they're profitable during a pandemic. I mean it's it's it's almost impossible to believe we We also be running out rock times at New York City only Young male demographic aching thirty four eighteen or something like that and that's New York at least once nationally. Well we're look we got. We got a long way to go. We get we sure. It's refreshing to be here largely because Tony so I'm not GonNa go into some ass guessing parade here. He did earlier Brian when he said he was a student of the game. Oftentimes thrown around kind of carelessly. Not that you did because you did. He truly is. A STUDENT OF THE GAME. Has Been tyrod plus. He's GonNa put a graphic memory. This scary he he can recite stuff. I said of miss out in the show winter air and all this other stuff. You weren't even born yet he studied. He's watch tastes. That's been hobby. Then he's a he's a he's Majesty Fulham Football Ballclub. He's a head honchos in the NFL. Franchise and one of the specialties. Is is a data all the metrics and stuff. He's amazing that's he's got find. Some UN undrafted free agents in the draft because they are the the numbers are audit place that he was looking for so he studied what we do. He knows what works. What doesn't work? Then we get the minute five minutes and all that So He's brilliant. He really is and you know. And he's learning the great they allow. Everybody does that. He will not make the same mistake twice on purpose. His Egos not so out of control that he laser more than one right way to get something done and so explores it. He loves to hear the feedback from the talent. What do you WANNA do? And you knew this better but would you do. And so the talents here there. No riders some coaches that Jerry Lynn of it namely the billy. Gunn guys like that but she man. He's a he's a good leader Bryant. He's a he's a good leader and his dad said Tony in high level high pressure positions. No no not him. Down Job For since he sits got out of college so I I know product knowledge. That's why surround you think didn't link those product always Jerry Lynn Bendik and and all Jericho good Lord there in the self and you know a Lotta guys. So He's around self alerted in that world from a variety of positions and facets so. I think he's a great owner in that regard because he listened to people he's he has set revived words to me and my headsets October. He lets me right music in Simone Mason for better or for worse I gets beat me. And that's int- until you didn't answer you gotta get a flow. I gotta get a rhythm it's like you. You gotTa Find Your Rhythm. All of a sudden it says are sold altogether. I gotta ask an impossible question here if you could tell us one thing. The biggest difference between Vince McMahon. And Tony Kahn. What would one thing be doers? And Tony Likes what claw go so explain that what call is a trinity on drink Seltzer things I believe. I don't drink. I'm a a down the road. And then dewar's Scotch so you got a hard smash breaker when he drinks. It's a red wine and Tony is a lifelock guy. It's a generational thing. Brian is a generational thing. Guys have and my demographic had been drinking scotch and red wine forever and but the new kid on the block is white. Claw always soldiers here puzzle villages? And Tony's me lifelock. It's a generational difference one small one but just illustrate there. They're born in different. Generations have had different experiences at have different visions. You know Tony Tony's is Billy Wright television is I I told me that's it. You know every bit better. He he started to run on the learned. Leila's he's a primary driving force cream without of that. I think he's a a really good job. 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Input can seconds that it warms it up obviously but it makes it really good steak sauce so interested in JR IS DOT COM folks. Barbecue Song. I feel think it's not snake oil mum and Jan developed while that stuff and You know the how can you got one gram sugar. I think so. Healthiest Heck and where the autograph book there so check. Us Out appreciate Your Business. Quite frankly. Jan is a thread that runs through the entire book. I mean virtually every single and there's a lot of very short chapters it's not Lak- The book is five chapters long. It's I mean there's just so much to cover but in virtually every chapter I mean there's that note about Jan and your memories of Jan during that period and that's really the story of of the entire book and I don't want to dwell on it too much here but I mean I guess one question you know when this first happened. I I remember a lot of details about that period. Pretty vividly and you you like were immediately getting back to work and obviously you know. I guess the idea and you could tell everybody but I mean the idea being that. Just gotTa get back to work. That's GONNA be the easiest way for you to deal with deals with grieving a different way and looking back the last two three years I mean. Are you confident that that was the right decision? How much did that help to? Just get right back to work. Helped me a lot Brian Eric? You're spot on. I had to get had to get out of that empty house. You know. Ironically sadly Four days after Jenga killed maybe five or five many I WENT TO ORLANDO. I had some shows in Orlando. Jr Stage show deals donate stuff and then also Saturday before us many of that. We can't talk to your contract and then are called. The or health call was the sidekick which was great to see said For the undertaker Roman reigns minutes so It was a whirlwind deal but then during that time I was in Orlando Janice cat died. He couldn't find her. I met an autopsy Doxa. Don't think I can say it seriously. He has he has too much anxiety and killed himself. God what else is going to happen. It wasn't a cat underneath the bed. Where Chan slept. Yeah choose under the bed on. Hit Her side. That's my guy was taking my house. Founding Mickey Mickey the CAT So Mickey the cat's ashes on the mantle. And so you know. He's he's a he. He kind of babysits me but I don alpe. Alpe milk and guy people to be involved. That's why I'm doing. I'm doing right now by the way but I couldn't handle the the isolation I didn't handle the being alone. I don't even drawn. My blinded these wooden blinds. All of them are shed and I got feeling like I was going to be somebody like Hughes a fingernail. Getting all my dear to grow So anyway I had to do because I wouldn't to help you from me. I'm left alone and that distress that. Ame Zion. Brian his boldest clothing. Because I am going to be until I die. Man's man's Jr doesn't always make the best decisions for his own devices in an altered state and man. My state was Aldridge. It could be. I lost my lover my wife. You know together over twenty five years do everything he invited. She went through the whole nine yards got married in ninety three so in and I got fired the first time in ninety three so going back back Atlanta. I was a mess. She stood by the whole damn time all my illnesses. You know she. She's spotted is she. Bacher he stops breathing at night. He's got his hand on his hip. He's in a meeting and he starts reading. They find out I got sleep at. I stopped reading sixty six times. A now she saved my life. I'm a dead duck. If I don't get that so a lot of things like that I just think sometimes the significant others are is vital role in some of us and looking myself. Here are too headstrong. arrogant To admit so. There's a buddy of my book and he was out of town. The book game is what started reading it. She wouldn't give it back to and so she was sentenced with it and she said I just read them. An amazing story run out. You'RE GONNA make a long time my i. I'm not lot of things so sure. Writing unless stories went out so anyway. It's a lot of payments. Know selfishly one of the things that I love about the book is. We did a long series looking at the Monday night. Wars re watched every single one of the raw nitro shows which? I don't know what I was thinking when I started. We finish a couple of about a month ago and so everybody wanted us to continue so we continued with the raw after Wrestlemania x seven. And I pick up your book and I mean it's everything that I've just been watching so it was fascinating brawl for all barred gun awesome turning heel. I mean there's there's so much I just watched it. I'm reading your thoughts on all of it so selfishly like the first half of the book is it was like it was written for me so. I was very appreciative of that. But you know one thing I wanted to To ask you about here was Steve Austin turns he'll at Wrestlemania x seven and the smackdown after that Wrestlemainia is the show. Where you in humor in the ring together and he beats the hell out of you and he cuts you with like a scalpel. So our all of you okay. So so now. When I was young I was very stupid. Why did backyard wrestling? I only knew blading was but I didn't know what an actual blade was so I in fact once cut myself with an exacto knife which is exceedingly stupid. So when I'm reading this book and Steve Austin is like I. I got a scalpel from helping a scalpel. Like what is two thousand one? I mean there's a billion dollar company or it's on its way there's public like nobody could find the proper blade to cut. Jr Fine One. There's to make sure it got really juice. Oh I mean there were a lot of guys that spoke ways aren't made my buddies and When I had this 'cause I always got beat up and June got bloodied. It's more often than not But nonetheless the big deal it's house cat or something place written we the senior drama class Or whatever well yeah it was I look. I didn't even look at the scalpel. It's getting when you're GONNA give blood. I don't I wouldn't elected either. So anyway was a would accomplish the mission of getting a proper dramatic attacked. But it didn't accomplish anything making Stephen. He'll well okay. Built they still loaded they they will always love yes now ironically. I just watch that show one week ago today. That smackdown where you guys had that confrontation and we all are well aware and you write in the book that you knew this going in that. This is a bad idea and vince. And Vince wasn't really down with it but he felt that he owed it to Steve and so they pulled the trigger. And Steve Austin turned heel and we know because it was twenty years ago. That in fact you're right and Vince was right and everybody else was right. That this was a terrible idea. This segment with you and Steve Austin and I'm not just saying this because you're on the air this segment was so great and you and Steve like it was perfect like as a as a character. Okay he was the greatest he'll he was so unlikable the by play between you two was so great that the beating was so vicious. Vincent so awesome telling you I N Steve. I mean it was so good but like as a business move. It was so bad so I just want to give you a chance to Kinda talk. About like Steve's ability to be a he'll versus how bad actually was as a business idea. Well let's talk about that regarding the business yelling opening him up with the Q. The audience turn their heads events misdirection. Yeah that's when I got cut. So that's that's how that works. That was the deal. They were down there opening up Austin more not to my head than you can ever imagine I said what is that how you work with everybody. Assess total crap. You know I was I for a my heart was beating the our imagine and he's welcome late in TV. His taped slept tape show. He laughed so anyway. The deal was Austin was John Wayne and you notice all the smart bookers. I eight producers directors like Henry Empowered Hawks and John Ford always did would always Oscars never book. John Wayne is a heel. The audience has spit it right back at you. Okay we understand. He's making a movie but we didn't like that that's happened. St Or there wasn't antiquated analogy but he was our John Away. He was universally love for his courage and his defiance is anti establishment stuff. People love they can identify. So but here's the thing we did. Or Steve Tribes. He wanted to try it. And sometimes when you gotTa tell that has contributed as much as he has and still. Does you WANNA TRY THEIR IDEAS? Even though that may be bold out there a little bit but he earned that right to to try and so for that reason. I had no issue go along with it. I just thought at the end of the day. It wasn't GonNa work because people love him too much. You know. Here's a question. Here's a hypothetical here. So the raw after Wrestlemania they do a rematch with Austin and rock in a cage and basically triple eight shows up and triple H and Austin destroy the Rock in the blood him up and they beat on him and he leaves. He leaves the company for a little while. Do you think that if Iraq would have been there as a regular to take that spot as the top baby face? This might have worked out a little better because the way it worked out. Steve Turn Heel hunters. He'll you really had no top baby faces at the time because rock also left at that same time exactly always set up for if they were we all look. Steve wouldn't be heels. No no I don't have that in your mind. And he talked about time he liked. It was fun for him and he was great. Harry is. He's playing a character. He liked that Roosevelt. I think that like anybody else. He likes to roll. Those massive Rolf Egypt's even more I would so This setup for rock rocket his. He'll run you have a whole series of matches. You know as well as I do that you have a quality guy like rock the British of all time and he austin rockers. The flagbearer he was the top of the Base Mountain. The damn thing would have worked. It would've worked but those two guys would not have allowed it to you know the is very interesting reading the chapter we. We don't have a lot of time. Talk about this but you know right around that time. I'll just throw this out very quickly. The xfl kicked off and then at tied and you know what in the book that? Vince seem to carry that around even though he wouldn't talk about it publicly. How ironic that Twenty years later he in fact was still carrying it around but we have to break back in a moment observer live if you or a loved one is suffering from physical or emotional condition that has left you unable to work then. Listen carefully take this number down. 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It is the nineteenth day of May be one hundred thirty ninth day at one hundred fortieth day rather of twenty twenty two hundred twenty six days remaining until we get to twenty twenty one. It was on this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety two Dan. Quayle gave a speech to the Commonwealth Club of California on the subject of the Los Angeles riots. Now in the speech quayle blame the violence in L. A. on decay of moral values and family structure in American society. Now in an aside he specifically cited the fictional character in the television programme Murphy Brown as an example of how popular culture contributes to this poverty of values saying doesn't help matters when prime time. Tv Has Murphy Brown. It character who supposedly epitomizes. Today's intelligent highly paid professional woman mocking the importance of fathers by bearing child and calling the just another lifestyle choice now quayle drew a firestorm of criticism feminist and liberal organization was widely ridiculed by late night talk show host with remark the Murphy Brown speech and the resulting media coverage damaged the Republican ticketed in one thousand nine hundred ninety two presidential election and became one of the most memorable incidence of the one thousand nine hundred ninety two campaign long after the outcry had ended. The comment continued to have an effect on. Us Politics Seventy coons a professor of family history and the author of several books and essays about the history of marriage says that this brief remark by quayle about Murphy Brown kicked off more than a decade of outcries against the collapse of the family now in the nineteen nine hundred ninety three series premiere of Murphy Brown that Season Brown. The character watched quayle's comments on television and responded on the fictitious new show F. Why later in the episode? She hired a truck to dump a thousand potatoes. On coils doorstep. You remember the remark about never mind. Well if you if you do great if you don't Dan Quayle claim that the singular potato had any in at POTA which is wrong and in any was relying on a flash card was wrong in two thousand and two Candice Bergen. The actress who played Brown said I never really said much about the whole episode which was endless but his speech was a perfectly intelligent speech about fathers not being dispensable and nobody agreed with that more than I did. Let's see on this date in fifteen thirty six Berlin. The second wife of King Henry v. Eight was beheaded. The one hundred thirty ships. Strong Spanish are modest. Set Sail for England on this date in fifteen eighty eight. It was defeated in August. The colonies of Massachusetts Bay Plymouth. Conne Connecticut and New Harbour met on this date in sixteen forty three to form the New England Confederation. Congress passed the emergency quota. Act on this date. In one thousand nine hundred ninety one establishing national quotas for Immigration and immigrants the first annual Caliber County Frog jumping jubilee held on this date in one thousand nine hundred thousand eight in Angels Camp California British author and soldier t e Lawrence also known as Lawrence of Arabia died on the state of nineteen thirty five from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash. All it was on this date in nineteen sixty two Marilyn Monroe sang happy birthday to President Kennedy at a celebration of his forty fifth birthday ten days before the actual date has had The badly does you know with me less you and our problem. The time the United States do I retired from politics after having had happy birthday sung to me. Marilyn Monroe of course wearing that skin tight dress in that sexy delivery and her image as a sex symbol. Marilyn Monroe singing the President Kennedy on date back in one thousand nine hundred sixty two. It was announced on this date in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. The Soviet Union had bugged embassies throughout Moscow including the US embassy during the past month. A network of microphones has been found embedded in the walls of the American embassy in Moscow and has been removed and destroyed today. Us Ambassador Foy. Kohler delivered a formal protest about this matter. To the Soviet government secretary of State Dean Rusk in February the State Department recalled one of its security technicians for conferences which led to a decision to demolish a room in the Moscow embassy in April when the microphones were found and the twenty seventh amendment the US Constitution which prohibited Congress from giving itself midterm pay raises went into effect on this date in nineteen ninety two. And the you know even though it was intended to prevent pay raises the amendment of the Constitution ending ensuing law which comes from prohibits changing the pay of Congress which means they can't go up or down in mid term among those passing away on this date in history Ronald Colman. Fine actor Ogden Nash. The poet former first lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy actress. Candy Candido the guy. Who Does the ed the he does it better than I could ever do it. But I'll give you an idea. He will attack like this voice feeling mighty low and he could drop really low and way high a delightful man Freddie garrity the lead singer Freddie and the dreamers and Morley safer. Oh and Alan Young. How can I miss out? Talking about young Great Comedian and probably best known to Americans as owner of Mr Ed in the television show and Morley safer from What was sixty minutes among birthdays? Today me okay. And I share a birth date with Ho Chee. Men Mass murderer in dictator. Pol Pot Oh the assassinated leader a black Muslims Malcolm X. One of my reasons for going out on a limb as I try and make white people's Be Shocked awake to some of their senses. Because if they don't awake they're going to find out that this little Negro that they thought was passive has become a roaring uncontrollable lion inside the house. Innovate in the kitchen into antics basement. And if you know that in time you can do something about it now. Comex Board on this date in History Jim. Lehrer of the news hour on. Pbs Born on this date. He passed away earlier this year. At the age of ninety five Nicole Brown Simpson a screen writer director novelist. Nora Ephron who wrote sleepless in Seattle. And you've got mail Andre the giant born on my birthday Mickey Newbury. The great songwriter distraught dropped into see. What my condition. My condition was in for the first edition and he wrote American trilogy for Elvis. Mickey Newbury born on this date and the original Chewbacca. Who passed away earlier this year as well last year. I should say Peter Mayhew Auburn on this date. Good Morning America host for a long time. David Hartman is eighty five from power drunk song. Nancy Kwan is eighty one. The WHO's Peter. Townsend is seventy five Grace Jones slave to the Rhythm Grace Jones's seventy seventy-two. Tom Scott. You remember him he did. He did the theme song for taxi. Tom Scott Seventy two today for monk Jason Gray Stanford his Fifty and Sam Smith. 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Seventy four years to may nineteenth nineteen forty six for an episode of the Great Gildersleeve starring Herald. Perry Kraft Foods. Scotland presents. The Great Gildersleeve. It's the Great Gildersleeve starring. Harold Peres brought to you by the kraft foods company makers of complete line of famous quality food products. It's the fact long recognized in the Gildersleeve Household. That if you want to catch the old boy in a pleasant mood catch him when he's sitting down to dinner and right there is where we catch him. The dust tucked his napkin his best beamed upon his little family and cracked a medium sized joke from Marjorie. All he gets is but from Legal Johnson. It's not as funny as all that. I thought it was funny. Crackers please Marjorie before I forget it. Well never mind I finish issue. What is it my boy? I liked to rescue? I am perfectly capable of eating and listening at the same time. Leroy though trick handed down to me by my father well well. I got a note from the principal. Today she miss Goodwin she wonders if she can have a talk with you he does a Miss Goodwin to talk to me about me. I knew it. Where is what's in it? Why are you keeping it from me giving a got it right here somewhere? That's funny. I did have gosh. The other Pocket Leroy. Oh March and there it is you know why. Mind your own business. Why did you pretend you didn't have none of that Leroy? This notice addressed to me as it happened. The familiar with its contents. Ask anybody if I did but you know then that Ms Gooden wants to have a talk with me. Something told me. Ask him what he did. That made a right to know. I will ask my own questions. We thank you without any help from you but you do. Leroy the made a right answer me. Miss Goodwin says here that some of your social attitudes require adjusting. What does that mean? He claims I was picking on the girls. Well where are you laughing at? The point is to the point. Where are you at? Where are you not picking on the girls? Well I wasn't the only one in it and his lover made and Donald Rosenberg. He's terrible. He doesn't do any teacher tells. Remind Donald Rosenberg. What exactly did you do rated. The girls playground any broke up their games. Go on talent. He thought it was very funny when he told me about it. I'll handle is Marjorie. Why did you do this? Leroy? I don't know you must have had some reason. Why did you do it? Why thank God girl stink? That's a fine thing to say. It just happened young man that your sister is a girl. Are you apologized to her? This very go ahead apologize. I'm sorry trouble with you. Is You spend all your time with boys. They haven't learned yet how to behave in the presence of a lady high time. You did Nancy that invitation yet but that own Business Leroy Apologize. Sister Apologize Again. Cohen sake apologize. What's about an invitation? Leroy got it a week ago and he hasn't had the decency to answer it yet. I think he might at least a girl. Yes or no. I haven't made up my mind. That's no way to do. What kind of a party is this? Leroy Birthday Party why? That sounds like fun. No who's giving the potty my boy as no hammer Schwab little girl. I walked home with her father just the other night. Harry Hammer very pleasant. I think you ought to go. Why not for goodness sake says they're going to have Danton? That's nothing to be scared of. Why Marjorie I will teach you how to dance. We might be be okay. I apologize whether you go to this party. Not entirely up to you Levi but I will tell you this if you don't go you'll spend the time right here at home you don't go off the property understand and what's more you'll mow the entire on front and back on love no you. Won't you'll go to the Party Leroy? You're going to enjoy this. Anyone who enjoys outdoor sports as much as you will enjoy a helpful exercise like dancing will you will I Marjorie Nile. Dance a little for you then. Well just to give you an idea first. Then you can try it come on. Let's get some music here. Let me get in the way of dance records mind. Honestly there's nothing decent. Don't tell me what's this whispery. Larry Rose and his rose buddies foxtrot. What's the matter with it your critical come on Chill Leroy the Fox dot my what the heck in the Fox Trot? It's the easiest answer. Is My boy just like walking ready? Marjorie? The music that back. Leroy playing full-back the Rug Foxtrot. I like to cover a lot of ground music. You're never anybody on when I have to go through. Let's get out. We don't need the music quite slow watching pay attention. Watch my feet to three four to five me my dear to you begin to get the feel of it. Leroy. It's exactly the same. Oh you add varieties. You get more. Skillful Watch this. That's how you Terry Lee right it. Let's stop the music room. And now Roy. I want you to try it. No time like the present no nonsense now.

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"I'm John Pro. I'm the US editor the economist and host. A podcast could checks and balance. I'm Charlotte Howard. The New York Bureau. Chief I'm John Fatman. The Washington correspondent each week. We take a theme shaping American Politics Right now. Tap into America's rich history to answer some big questions. How do we hold an election and a pandemic? Why is the president trying to raise oil prices? How powerful is the Democratic Party? Machine is America seating global leadership with help from economist correspondence round the world. We dig into the data. The ideas history shaping the race for the White House and take a view without taking sides. That's checks and balance the global view. Democracy in America. Subscribe on Apple podcasts. Acosta we'll pause to this guy and he up as I said I'm all out of it on a piece of paper. The car or gave my number. I remember the of such a failure. They ended up doing Borrowing Money for Christmas Host mortgage be enough to loud but we have three hundred pillows and so we left. Everything was gone. And that guy called Ron January seventh that year and he goes you the guy that invented this pillow in Minnesota and I said yeah he goes well he goes and I knew I knew I wouldn't give my number one guy. He goes. Well I run the Minneapolis. Only Garden show and I saved spot for innovative products this pillow. I've never I've been sleeping on it and changed my life now ball. I said Yeah I'll come in I money to actually get into his show and But I got in there. Put a table out a put a table Out in front of me so the people could come in the booth so I was. I felt more secure like a security blanket and they came by the first day I remembered I changed boots and selling and it was. It was easy for me then because they were coming up and I had an agenda. I would challenge US X. AMOUNT. There was no small talk and and they would go by boy. I was telling him that. I E every single one of almost big that first day they came back the next date got back into the home show and told me came up and said you know while there's fuel legit this and stay me sleep and all. This wasn't about the money for me for the first time I felt so good inside that I had done something to help somebody. And and this This ties with addiction. Everything which I can tell you in a minute. But from that point on that started seven years of doing home shows and Fairs in going town to town throughout the throughout the US at remake them and sell them at the At these home shows and Fairs and just hours and hours a work in some shows should be good some be bad but but Track crack cocaine and and other addiction. Well and then people were taking the company. There was so many were tacky. Tragedy. Take the company that we'd have we'd have so merck pursuers different people. You know coming into you know they seem something there but the I did get the PAT and Novocur copy. They were trying to copy everything else. We ended up making pillows. Got To be two thousand seven we were labeling him in our living room and I never forget looking over at my wife at the time in my son one of my sons and I knew that it got so bad we were gonNA lose everything because these guys are were taking the company. The House the lights were going to go out on the house. We were losing the House and my wife left about two days before the lights went on in the house. She couldn't take it anymore and so I went through got a divorce. Lost everything there. The pillow is just a little blip on the radar and got to be two thousand eight and significant. Things happened in two thousand eight with the pillow. Company was just like a pulse like somebody who got calmer and with one of the things one of the significant things it was for. I was fourteen days with no sleep in Minneapolis come out of the room. All three of the biggest drug dealers standing there like what are you guys doing. You know each other. We know of each other and they said you've been up for fourteen days. You're you're not getting more crack and I said what do you just intervention. The guy goes call. Whatever you want well two of them left and I see how much you got left. Shot him much rocks and he sat down to make sure that I did admit to bed when get anymore? He finally fell asleep right by. The time is running out tweaking lucrative on the floor carpet colored farming looking for crack. You never cracked there. Well went back downstairs headed outside at two thirty in the morning and his bees every inner city in the country. You can get cracking get drugs. They were. You're out there like it's like a whole nother a whole nother World and I'M UP THERE OFFERING MONEY. Twenty dollars from five dollars Would take. They're looking like crazy. We're not selling you. Were we know the threaten anyone on the street if you sell them? We're going to kill you hopes while I came back upstairs defeated walked in there and the dealer says she's noises says him he says. Give me your phone number to take a picture. And he took a picture said. There's for that book you've been telling us about your rate Sunday. He and he goes man. You've been jealous for years that this my pillow is just a platform for God. And you're GONNA come back someday and you're going to help us all this addiction world that we live in. And we're GonNa let you Diana's I was their hope is I told him that all the time. Here's the actual amid book the actual picture it goes into a Hologram. You see the pitcher. They're unbelievable unbelievable. But then on there so that was the picture taken in two thousand eight. And that's where I am now and that by the way to those guys work for now. They're born again. Christians and Muslims did not sell anymore. So I'm cut. It's come full circle but they year My son was crying driveway. You know where you got back show Eighteen said this was another place. We are losing. He said I go you coming in and he goes. He goes no doubt. I can't live here anymore. I thought it was hiding from in all and I just said I'm crib. Not because this it's breaking my heart. I said I said You with your brother. Nope NO PROBLEM. And it just hit me like you hide from anybody. And then my son or my. This guy came in December. This is really key to my lead recovery network. When we talked a minute my friend came in December. There was nothing left. I was sitting in the house all for everything was gone and and he said Dick comes walking and I go. What are you doing here now? He was my equal. We are the same age we started cocaine at the same time very functioning Alex. He switched both switched to crack about the same time. He had quit four years earlier and fell in the Lord. And I heard about that and I've gone but here. He shows up Lego the Lord. LemMe here he goes. What's going on? I go well as long as you here. I got questions for you sit. Chris is Boring. He goes no mandate. I drilled him for an hour for an hour. Because you know what I I respected his answer because he's been where I've been any made it through. Somehow it was like my call my hope match in my book. Well a month later I ended up quitting said a January sixteenth. Two Thousand Nine. I prayed said okay. God was nothing left. I made sure I didn't have any money or anything. So was that your bottom wasn't really my bottom. You know I think I could've survive without money but I knew if I without one we're we're D I would have to courses on my life. One would be my calling where I'm out today and do phone number. Do that would be. It would be whatever real be would be like an old driving whenever the second feature would be wherever that path was taken me. That's where that's where that was going so said you know what I'm GonNa wake up in the morning and never had the desire yet and I woke up in the morning at all. The desires were gone now. I did go to a faith-based center about two months later to find out why was inhabitant of first place but then things started happening that these miracles I needed these guys taking the company and took all my shows ninety two thirty thousand dollars I needed to a met. These guys are Memphis guy. This is Oh this story I tell all the time the guy said Oh I have. Some guys will take chance to borrow money. Whatever and I talked to you a couple of weeks earlier and so I meant to meet him. I needed the money in the after thirty grand and walk in there with a t shirt and here I walk in. I don't notice guys from out of here's a CEO CIO CFO. They're all wearing suits. I'm scared to down. I go there with a pill guidolin thirty up back. Forty grand within in two months. I'm going to shows I'm going to help the biggest. The biggest company in the world someday on these guys took my company. I used to be a crack cocaine and one of the guys said. The boy was windy too quick craft and I said last Thursday literally foul him up and left. The room is like chartres. For that reason. We're out yeah the other four giving me the money and I didn't even have they didn't even know there was no they never checked my ID. Because I knew that because I didn't have a driver's license so I walked out of there with the cash ended up paying back proclaims that kept happening for the next two years ago up to an idea that said my friends family. We had no money left again and I said you guys we all put in money I want. I have a dream of the biggest super shower. If no box stores GONNA take us. Nobody's GONNA take us because everybody bonded. Those shows loved it and he would tell other people and and they so they put their money and we were told by these These professionals went all infomercials. Don't work is just to get into the box stores. They said well the box stores don't want me and I don't WanNa go there. I'm going to do it my way. These won't work. You need an actor and I said I wanted to like I did a shot. With a real audience Make things real infomercial. Launched at three. Am on October. Seven two thousand eleven. I was living in my sister's basement. Everything I had was unbathed on that co that infomercial and eared and I had ten employees. No we had just fallen so we were taken that we have you know everybody taking fallen out my friends or whatever and then forty days. We had five hundred employees. It just exploded. I built my own call center. We hire people off the street. They go mike you need to be. Ceo I need to be see all this build. It tried to permanently. That sounds horrible. When appropriate attorney and we never missed a beat. We NEVER MISSED UP. We every everybody got their pillows. Time goes on time for Christmas but it just meant long report podcast listeners just a quick reminder that my first book don't burn this book freethinking in an age of unreason is now available for preorder in it. I show you guys how to navigate. A world of outrage mobs political polarization and online censorship without totally losing your mind preorder your copy now on Amazon or Barnes and noble or go to don't burn this book Dot Com and Order. Yours today all right so much there but I I want to focus a little bit on the fact that it seems like you found your purpose in the midst of an absolutely chaotic time in your life. Sounds like personal? You're listening to the heartland. Us Feed Radio Network at live dot heartland use fee dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by on facebook twitter and INSTAGRAM's public service. Join newscasts for me. 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Experts are certain that isn't because abuses evaporated during the pandemic lockdown with school now online and after school programs on hold joy Barrett with the Granite State Children's Alliance says. Most kids no longer have the one one time with teachers coaches and school nurses. Who are the number one reporters of potential in light of the fact that children are now at their home? Many of whom are living with their perpetrator. They're not at a safe place to make that disclosure she notes that referrals to New Hampshire Children's advocacy groups for treatment of children who have been sexually abused also are down by two thirds during the pandemic. I'm Suzanne Potter the website no Intel features tips on how to spot abuse and how to make a report and our Mike Boorda reports. The pandemic is a special concern for anyone dealing with chronic health issues including students in Minnesota School nurses are trying to help with gaps and looking ahead to eventual reopening. Tom Stinson a licensed nurse. At harding high school in Saint. Paul says before classrooms closed. He would see roughly forty students a day with needs ranging from injuries to help with diabetes management. Stinson worries that. Some of those needs aren't being met right now. I mean there's kids that I would see every day two or three times a day that I'm get a chance to talk to him every couple of weeks so you lose that even though you have the relationship that you had prior to distant learning. It's harder care that over into distance learning. He says some students simply don't respond to outreach efforts despite the barriers he sending emails making phone calls and arranging secure virtual meets for those in need of a follow up. Stinson says at Risk Students. Face Particular Challenges. Other distance learning continues. And they don't get the help they need. Minnesota now faces a two point. Four billion dollar deficit prompting concerns about the ripple effect. 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We are member listener supported and we are online at public new service DOT award sheet. Everybody it's like Saturday night. I'm just trying to watch some hockey. And we just got a strike on our other Chandler. Another channel called enter cast and a few months ago. I did an interview with Richard Gage architects and engineers for nine eleven truth where we talked about nine eleven truth and basically just physics and it was just taken down and removed from Youtube because of hate speech so I guess physics now hate speech but I think what they really mean is they hate it when we talk about the truth about the cabal and what really happened on nine eleven so in any case I had already recorded interview which I think is really important to get out there. It's with Leila who's the Shaman. An ARCA POCO and I wanted to get this out. Before in our COCO which is coming up this week and our channel enter cast has strike Which means we can't upload anything for the next week so I'm just GonNa put it here if you're just psychedelics. Issues Addiction I just saw Jordan Peterson. Major problems. He of course was given a bunch of drugs by his drug dealers called doctors which are incredibly dangerous. And you really can't get off the missile part of the pharmaceutical industrial scam so he couldn't get off them of course without trying to kill himself. Which is what actually happens with a lot of these things and so he went back to the drug dealers in socialist candidate and they almost killed him not surprising so he actually had the fleet or Russia to get some help But we actually talk about some of this stuff in this episode especially Bogo how it treats addictions so if you have any sort of addiction problems or anything like that depression. A lot of these second doubts can really help with that. This normally wouldn't be on the digital channel but as I just said we're getting wiped pretty quickly off of Youtube if we have the old interview with Richard Gauge of architects and engineers. And we're GONNA put down below. It might be on library or bit shoot. And that's a big reason why we're on those platforms. We don't think we're going to be on youtube much longer. Looks like my other channels getting shut down right now. This will probably soon get shut down. But you can't actually see Richard Gage at the upcoming Naruko. He's going to be speaking there. We actually have a livestream Which you can watch all the speakers you can go to deliver Jaunty dot com slash twenty twenty livestream and leave it there so Very interesting interview with one of the most interesting Shaman one of the top sham in Mexico eligible Mexico. This is everybody. Welcome to enter. Cash your home for Andrew. He on the Internet. We're GONNA get psychedelic today. I've got on a I. You can call it an old friend of mine. We had a very interesting experience when I first met him. His name's Leila he's actually been doing. He's a shaman at an article Boko. He's been doing numerous things including Iowa for numerous years. I don't even remember how many years now I'm going to ask them about that. Actually five years. Yeah it's been it's been crazy and I actually met. Leila for the time where he's coming in from right now which isn't slam in Mexico just rate near Mexico City and I actually went there to do a Boga which is crazy. It's the craziest thing I've ever done. I don't know if I could ever do it again. There was that hard although I do have some experiences at all I might talk about with it That the reason I think it was so hard for me is because I was really messed up I was really I was living in my mind almost completely and it was really hard to lose control of it for basically two straight days which is what it was with a bogus. It's absolutely insane but for numerous months because I was depressed beforehand. I wasn't depressed anymore. All of a sudden it was just like this. The switch went off and all of a sudden I noticed how beautiful everything was where I and all of a sudden i. I was just really good and it gave me enough time to start working on myself. Even more which I've did have been doing now for years and years now so in the end like I wouldn't take back during the Boga but man that was hard and Leila's got so many amazing stories about stuff like what whatever you WanNa call them. Psychedelics planned medicine and he actually has a very interesting background. So I WANNA get into that as well because I know a bit about your background about being struck by lightning and that sorta thing so why don't you just introduce yourself to the audience who who doesn't know you know? A lot of people have gone to anarchy book booker. Do know you but many. Don't just let let people know who you are. That's kind of a hard thing my experience with. Shamanism as you said started early because of this Lightning that struck me when I was When you're old and in I will. I was born here in this area in Mexico where the Shaman are struck by lightning. And this is kind of the house community knows who is going to be. Shaman so although I am not Born as an indigenous living next to an indigenous community the indigenous community Took me in and taught me so because I think if I if I remember correctly like your fear family was killed by Lightening Zara. Know all the the other people who were around were Troch Diet. Yeah father and I were struck by lightning so my dad and myself. started learning shamanism. Doing like the holding the responsibility for the community here and in doing the the initiation and fear. So that's how it started here with a the community Mexico and then I began working also where we'd ratty with radical community the community for the ones we're more with the ODI and then also I went back to Columbia which is actually where my family was originally from. And there I learned a lot about your Wasserstein the Amazon and and the guy been going to govern where so when we met we were doing I gain more like Treatment and After that I've been going twice a year to on more sooner in about he boga and be around the community. That's kind of what have been doing around Shamans. I wasn't aware you've been going to Africa to do that. And that's where I understand bogus I came from. So that's very interesting and You're you're seem to always be on the go. You just came back from Colombia. Believe and I think he'd probably just came back for an archipelago. You're basically going around doing these things all the time. Yeah so right now. What I'm most doing is taking people to the indigenous communities so I make They call them pilgrimage. So it's I think that Well you know I think we that indigenous communities and mystical communities called Certain tools that can help us. Connect the directly with some kind of knowledge or fundamental source so I'm trying to take people to these communities and I organized groups so we go to Amazon. We go to the desert we to govern and so. I'm kind of on around all the time. Yeah are you still there working with Berry not anymore all concrete yet? Okay Yeah. I wasn't aware of that. That was he was. There was basically has thing that I went to for the IBO originally and he's actually been anarchical a few times so before. I want to ask you a number of things but before I get into that I just want you to kind of maybe explain to your average Westerner out there who doesn't know anything about these things and they've heard this is crazy what you're using plant medicines and you know like why. Why should a person sort of like from the West from the US or that kind of a person be interested in these things? What what Kinda things can they get value from this? Well I mean a lot of things and In many different ways I'd say in terms of anarchy It's allowed you know they We live like in a kind of monoculture like you know everyone is doing the same thing and we're taught to think alike and you know do the same all of that The and I think there's a rational way of awakening when or when it's just too bad that it's really hard to not see it. It's like okay but then there's also kind of a we can call it transfers kind of experience of awakening Or or a kind of experienced where you can connect directly to knowledge. This is called North. So it's like the direct connection is not when someone is telling you. You know you should think this you should know it's like you connect directly to strum thing to the mystery to knowledge to the truth or to source different different ways of calling it And I think this is really really essential. I mean of course and Psychedelics are are one of those really good tool to to do that Nowadays in in modern life and because they're very quick. You could do it through meditation. You can do it through fasting prayer. Sometimes it happens through accidents or you break up with a partner. Sometimes it can happen through a very strong sexual experience when you kind of you know kind of the the this this kind of a I call it. Everything was put in in our minds in kind of a crumbles. And then you kind of wake up. When you kind of see more it can happen in many ways but I think that psychedelics are really really good way so doing that and of this kind of a death an ego death and then a kind of rebirth. That's very important Where we're where deconstruction is very important also to deconstruct you know the idea that we've been taught to think and imposed and this is something that's psychedelics can do very well to construct also emotional impersonal. Things you know addictions addiction to think. Ways of thinking in paradise in think that are important to deconstruct and then after deconstruction. It's a lot about just insight than connecting with this source sort of knowledge for me personally book. It was one of my first sort of major ones. I I with WASCO and I did it a couple times and actually got some really amazing insights from it. But it wasn't what I was expecting. 'cause I've heard a lot of people saying oh when I do. I go to these other worlds dragons enough this kind of stuff but I was like I was just a stark black room for what seemed like years until finally I got one small message which wasn't even that small was massive for me and my message was let others help you. I was so headstrong and and I guess proud or I thought I had to be the strong man and I would never let anyone helped me and Iowa which the called the grandmother and after having done a number of these things. I can see why it's called that because I've also done what's the other one that they call it like the grandfather done that a couple times as a you know not peyote but it's very similar. It's like San Pedro. Yeah Yeah Yeah and I totally feel. The difference actually really liked the grandfather one a lot more because as he's a lot nicer the GRANDMAS pretty strict. And but for me. Personally what I what I what it was I think looking back and this whole journey for me started about five years ago is I was just so in my mind and so in this and could not see out of and couldn't get out of it and that's why was drinking a lot. I think is because I had to find an escape because I was just too. I was trapped in my own mind constantly and became worse and worse than depressed and unhappy and all that kind of stuff because I couldn't get out of it and what I what I've found for me personally was the psychedelics force you to get out of it. And it's like the shock therapy sort of a thing that once you take it whether it's a drink of Iowa or some you know in pill form the the San Pedro whatever it from that point on for the next few hours you have no control over where you're GonNa go and you have to sort of like Humble yourself or kind of allow this thing to guide you in that moment or take you on this sort of thing so after doing Iowa Ska and Boga Abe gain. I've I did with you kind of a surprise visit that you showed up at my house. I forgot I said I wanted to do it. We did it. That was great. I have to say I want to get into a little bit about all these things. I think they're all so interesting. But the M. T. For me was so nice because it's so short it's like fifteen minutes and the for me the only just just do it was a five hundred. The actually very different from the include. Yeah sorry like I'm not an expert. I the stuff's please correct me whenever I say anything wrong but that was so nice because it was like twenty minutes because I was like five hours but for me it seemed like days and a Bogo was like two days and it seemed like two hundred years to me like I was begging it to stop at the end and But I needed it so it was sort of like a thing I needed but all these things are kind of different. Suffer what I would say the people out there who are listening if you are. Sorta like a Westerner who can't really get out of your mind and you don't even know that you can't get out of your mind because you don't know what it's like to be out of your own mind and that's where you kind of call like the EGO death a little bit like he kind of you. Lose your your your sense of this self of you who you are like. My name is Jeff. I'm a white guy from Canada. All that's gone. I'm just this sort of like soul there and I have to get used to that so I've seen so many people and I always think like the people who need to do these things. The most are the people who will never do it because when I talked to some of them and they're just like all like or so I you know. I'm so stressed and all this stuff I'm like man. You really need to do some like psychedelics. They're like no no we to. It's like man the you're the one who needs it the most so like from what I just said there. What would you say to say to people? There have never tried it. Well it just reminded me of a phrase leery which he said the producer psychosis in those who have never taking it as like those who have never taken it always afraid of it and are kind of more say addict then actually those who are taking so and he actually had another phrase called. Think for yourself Western authority and this is something that that came from the sixties from from the re the discovery of the when there was a lot of this this Thing Vietnam and you know all of that that that started going on I think I should clarify there because I started mentioning. Synthetic psychedelics that. There's a really big difference between taking psychedelics in recreational warm and taking them in a reputed Forum and Yeah because Somehow I don't know the setting and and the the mindset are really really important when you do this this practice and also there You know this is something that also has to be handled In a careful way and responsible way and You need you need a really good mindset in ideally someone who can guide you through or supports you Did you to the bathroom if you need to give you a hand when you need it You know this kind of this kind of support So I I just I. I started talking about something else. But that's fine. I just interested in general but all this stuff yeah I mean. I wouldn't say that everyone has to try psychedelics. Lucas station. But I think that it's it's extremely useful. Just lake meditation for example and. Yeah I agree with what you say that you know how how a lot of people should should try this and I guess I should mention also that Psychedelics you know of of the different drugs. Psychedelic kind drugs. We could call them or plants that don't produce addiction rather they're usually good against the diction so even I don't know if you knew even for example the was One was used a lot for treating alcoholism when it was legal. And one of the two guys who who open alcoholic anonymous. Actually at a session with Lizzie. Which which was really important for him and is what's supposed to be one of the twelve steps thirteen dip or something there's Some letters with you about this and at the end they didn't do it but You know things like are being used a lot for treating Dickinson also other kinds of treatments There's there's different centers for this. Of course he will and There's some studies actually of saliva in mushrooms. Used also to treat tobacco addiction. And that's that's in in New York University and Yeah so usually addictive substances kind of lower your serotonin. While psychedelics puts it higher. And you know different things that they're not addictive they didn't do not cause withdrawal actually usually when you take them it's like you you don't want to do it very often or maybe not again. So Yeah Yeah. That's where I'm at actually haven't done anything to psychedelic in a while. Because I did I got a few times and I did a Bogo. Which was insane then. I did that. Five Am Emilio M. T. did some mushrooms. I did San San Pedro something like that One of those and then after that I was like wow. I'm like a million times better than I was before and most of the experiences were not that easy for me. So I'm like okay. I'm good for a while I'm just GONNA leave it. I don't hear the calling that much although I did want to let you know that if you are bringing five. Emmy owed. Emt this year. We'll get into what you're doing this here that I might try that one but I don't WanNa do. I lost great things just too too big of a thing right now and. I'm I'm pretty happy with where I'm at. I don't WanNa like almost screw it up kind of they but but it also is very. It's very hard for me to do those things so that goes to your point. Yeah it's not like you do Iowa get all of a sudden you're doing it every day you can't like it's too intense. It's and it's nothing is not something that's what are not. I think some people might do it kind of like they call themselves psycho nuts. They kind of do it for the thrill of going into their mind and all that kind of stuff and they do get a thrill out of it. That sort of thing but For me it was just like ten years of of Therapy Annaba. Five hours and it was very very tiring and and and the lot of it was. It was hard to do but once it was done I felt a lot better so you know I just said people in the past that. If you're thinking about doing these things and you feel like you want to then deathly give it a try because it's kind of like a calling. When I was I was really kind of at the bottom of the barrel sort of a thing very almost suicidal depressed drinking. Lots didn't WanNa live anymore and I just you know all the sudden actually I remember all of a sudden I saw Iowa popping up all over the place. It's like you know the universe or whatever you WANNA call it would just putting in front of me all the time and I didn't even know what the word was at the time. This is like five years. Ago Wasn't as well known then and after he got a few times on like what is this. I looked it up but as I oh and oh it's it helps with depression and helps with this sort of stuff and eventually I just went and did it so I kind of like it. Kinda called me and that's really when I think. A lot of people should consider these things when they kind of feel that calling. Yeah well Yeah definitely sometimes. It's a very hard experience. Usually when it harder experience you also derive more out of it But it can also be a light experience in software experience. So you can. You can take lake for example a small cup of West and this is something that Usually for example when we serve we give a little bit and then you can take a little bit more and a little bit more so you can kind of feel how intense to you. How far are you want to go into the thinking confrontation Yeah yeah very interesting so I WANNA ask you. What's because I know you're doing a number of different things this year at an archipelago which is coming up in just a couple of days. So we're on our way. They're pretty much in the next few days but I also WanNa ask you because you've been doing this for five years and I've heard over the years so many people have come up to me and they've said I did IOWA SCA three years ago to go and improve my life. It changed my life dramatically. I'm a different person since then so I'm sure you've heard some of these experiences from some people why you give us a few of your experiences. My my personal experience. What you've heard from other people as well but you can give us your experiences as this crazy Yeah I remember the first time Participated we've made a the ceremony at in our CUCO. It was after the conference and we actually made it in the same room hall where all the conference and everyone was really happy about any had a very nice view of the ocean That was in the ground. Yeah and everyone works. They told me a lot that because it happened in the same hall where they had been there for. You know all these days listening and thinking like it was really integrated like really you know integrate everything that happened and reflect and and and There was a lot of also. I feel like a nice group cohesion cohesion. You know and and I think that was. That was really nice. Remember that and Yeah Yeah I I've also heard really good commentary Actually you mentioned if I was doing five Emil. Emt and and yeah actually jog. Were that we're doing. The ceremonies are so aggressive. Like the this is the the alkaloid but it's actually Cyprus tree disciple for tree from the Amazon. We Cook it. And there's a certain process and that becomes an end bad the the the main alkaloids of DNC which is actually also what you had that time how. How was your experience that that was great? Actually it was kind of funny because I was so stressed and busy with an Caputo and I'd forgot that we had talked. And you said you were GONNA come by my place and give me some. I forgot all about it. So I'm just sitting there. I'm trying to like de-stress from an archipelago and suddenly you're there and you're like don't you remember I? I was like Oh man I forgot and I think he blew it up my nose or something right was was that the one. Yeah yeah so I was like okay. Well let's do it and so I did it and yeah it was. It was like really. It was actually my best psychedelic experience. Because it wasn't there was no. It wasn't torture us at all it was. I saw all kinds of symbols millions of symbols every symbol like the Islamic Religion the the cries like it was just all over the place and I kinda saw like every religion history and all kinds of animals and I remember it was very fast and it was not a tortuous at all and I was kind of like just really enjoying like I was like in this big library of everything that's ever happened in the history of the universe sort of thing and every symbol the symbols. Really what I noticed is I just could see every symbol. I was like wow symbols are everywhere and I was starting to think about that and I remember to this day that Near the end I started going like this and it's like and I started to come out of it and you're just sitting there watching me and you said what was that. Why did you do that and I said to you because I realized I had all this baggage and all this sort of like old alike. What would you call it like dogma? Things you were taught. And they're just clinging to me and I wanted to get him off. I wanted to be free of all and that's what I was doing in that moment so it was nothing too. Super Lake changed my life sort of thing but it was kind of like this kind of a quick little reminder of who you are where you are what's going on and and just like don't let this stuff you know cling to you too much. That's what I got from my experience. Yeah and I know we've talked to numerous times you. I've got crazy stories about you that when I was doing the Aboagye Man I was inbetween day. One and day two and we're about to do day to and I remember telling you guys I'm like I can't do it. I can't do it and I think you and there was a girl there her name and you guys said you just have to. You're like halfway through it now and trust us to the second time. It's not going to be as hard and I was just like. I was drained. I was like I can't do it. I think I'm going to die and but I decided to do it. Andrey before I was about to do it. You got all happy and I was like. What's he's so happy about and they went. He's he's about to go to sundance and I was like. Oh like a dance or something and like you don't know what a sundance is was like. No what is it. And they're like. Oh He's not. He's going to go through the forest or something for like a week. Not Eat not even drink water and then he's going to hang himself through through hooks through his chest from a tree all day. And you look like you're it was like Christmas time. You're like so happy got cad- weights and when I heard what you're GONNA do. I'm like this guy is one interesting cat yeah. I actually haven't done that in a while. I did five times though that's From the quotas tradition and Yeah it's it's it's kind of. It's pretty psychedelic. Also because you because you're not drinking water and and you're just doing ecstatic dancing all day all day for for four days. It's it's about one week but it's actually four days of ecstasy and actually I was hitting Yariel so during the data and yeah it's it's pretty good. You put hooks through your chest and hang from a tree right. Wow I always said like if I ever do it'll be one of the last things I kinda do. It's like last on my list of things. I WANNA try. That's a it's hard on your body and then also going to Gaborone and doing yoga. They're also very hard Because I've been going to a pygmy village so it's very very deep in the forest it's actually. You have to arrive Tony. Bolivia in which is the capital which is already very far. Because you have to go through with you be But then from video have to Go two days Brown on Car. Like just through the jungle to to to go. And then there you. You're right to the village and that's also very tough because you are you're in the ground There's nothing they almost. Don't give you anything to eat. And you're just eating a lot. A lot of people. Actually the they they say. I'm I'm like white. This how they say so. I would like the first foreigner wide to tweedy. Boga there in that area and actually the kids had never seen someone like meat so they were scared something. They would cry because for them. It's like if I was just like blue or anything like to like what's happening and And because I was a the the first foreigner or why to eat ball got everyone came from really far away the like really far and there was hundreds of people looking at me in my initiation and they gave me tons and tons and tons of evil just because they wanted to see what happens how I would react if I was different because I was Oh so that was a really really strong spirit for awhile and also the first time I did. I gain also that was very very strong because I had I took one tenth of the those I mean. I took a dose Which was already really strong for me. I. I couldn't walk anymore like talk but I couldn't walk. I couldn't get up or anything. So they they carried me to to the bed and then they gave me ten times that amount and that was absolutely that was. I couldn't talk after that and I was just you know. Three days of that was very very strong but very powerful and very helpful as well and my experience was crazy like yours. Sounds like even crazier which I can't even imagine but I was reading an entire book in the experience. I was actually typing it so my every when I kinda come to a little bit my fingers like this because I was reading an entire book and I would actually go on the Internet in my experience and I'd be like oh I need to look up this 'cause I need to include a reference to her in the book and read on Wikipedia. This is all happening. My brain all about it okay. That's the information I played. The fire has seemed like this went on for days and finally finished the book. And I'm like yes and I'm like Oh crap word to save it and I was trying to actually trying to upload it to my email in my own head rate as it was starting to wear off. I'm like I can't lose this book. It's the best book ever and and you know and then like a thousand other things going on the data Boga was that was that was wild but ho. That was hard because you can't get out of it and you're just in it for days and You've got seventy crazy stories. I remember you once told me like you and your friends would like drink Iowa Oscar for like a week and luck yourselves in a pitch black room like that. Remember that storytelling yeah. I used to have a dark dark dark room for retreat to just completely dark and has to have a special ventilation so so there's air because it's completely sealed and has a double door so you can bring food inside and Yeah I was. I was giving some treatments there. because darkness brings up the empty from inside so so so that's something interesting actually the MTA which IOS has an end emt and the Jaguars has five CD. Those two kinds of the MT are produced by the by by our bodies natural. I don't know how you heard this deaf. He I have here. Okay so Usually when you're you're born and when you're dying is when there's like very big amounts of this being produced and and So when you're going to darkness because of the gland in darkness starts to be activated and it starts to produce I the monotony in lean an inserts producing the MTA so you can kind of have like Ouaga software west experience just being in darkness then the and then ten days after the fifth day you start kind of experiencing the also title game and five minutes. Cbs appeal so in the dark room. To but yeah I mean. It's it's like something we talk like. Wow it's crazy but also we should mention that I mean it's very deep and and you again Really have profound insight about your life and and maybe at least maybe it's once in a lifetime thing but but what I think those loans are really really important to you know. Check back on because sometimes we're leaving. We're just like what you were saying just going and going and going and you know. It's really good to stop in Tennessee. Look backwards and and none of these. So yes absolutely. So what are you gonNA be offering this year book? It's Iowa Oscar right and then what else. Yeah so we have three Alaska Thermo. We have one priority ceremony so The we chill chairman coming and they're going to be offering something already and And three Jaguar. Therm when the one you were so we didn't talk too much about the peyote A- actually one. I've never done so you talk a little bit of that. Yeah well beauty. Actually the first one that I started learning from I started eating it when I was in your sold with my dad and and teachers and It's it's like you said it's very similar to compare through both have mescaline It's it's not as intense like Right now like boom but it takes longer so west coast four to six hours the Jaguar into one hour and ten ten hours so it's softer but it's longer and Yeah you know. It's kind of hard to describe them. I would say maybe like I. Awards goes more like Which more maybe with zero zoning and more like dreams you're your dream and like this and beauty more like more empathic and like more body sensations and be a more more like In the now with the body and kind of you know you can feel your heart Dole and you can feel that like this kind of thing. So that's kind of more more of the beauty. Experience sounds quite similar to The San Pedro that I did. It was about that length and it was not intense. I was actually doing it on the beach with someone and we started like in the early evening and at three four hours in all of a sudden it seemed like time stopped and all of a sudden it felt like I was. We're surrounded POLKA. So we had the beautiful views in every direction and all of a sudden. It just seemed like everything stopped and it's it felt like we were on like a movie set and we're the only people in the movie but it felt really calm like that's why I was saying about it. Felt like fatherly sort of like. Everything's okay peaceful. Everything's fine that kind of a thing whereas the Wasco to me was a lot more. You know like you know up sort of like you know. Wake up stupid. I'm going to wake you up sort of a thing. This one seemed a lot lot. Sorta like more fatherly sort of a thing. Yeah it very very so much last year aching. They're there was someone who went to all the ceremonies and I remember that. He said that the unity was one he liked the most. But you know it varies so much for other people. It wasn't so so he was such an important So yeah I guess Sometimes you need a kind of medicine. Sometimes you need another kind of medicine and everyone's different. Everyone has different experiences. That's one of the kind of weird things about it. Must be you know for you doing this with a lot of people. It's like everyone's going to have a different experience. Some people might be kind of upset. It's like why heard this person had this experience and I didn't have that it's like well. Whatever person and those a lot of the times the first time you're doing this it's hard to understand how works sometimes the more you understand you can get more out of it sometimes. It's the opposite. Sometimes it like the first time it's while and then it's not a strong. I guess similar to Sexuality Somehow sometime maybe the first experience is very good and then something like the first experience is not very good. Then you kind of understand. Yeah south from my experience and maybe you can tell me what you think but for someone who's never done any of this stuff but you're interested. I would suggest you just try the five mio I because it's short and not very torturous. And maybe the second one if you want is like the the The peyote and then if you really want to go for the intense experience I think that'd be the Iowa. Oscar will where what I feel. Is that actually the job whereas the most intense which yes But I some it varies a lot. So like in your case you had like a really gentle expire insight It wasn't like th Arctic but many times that's that's the one that's actually most Arctic and more more lakes strong So it's like you know like doing your Wasco but in in all together just in one hour so but it's the party like this short very deep though it's very dear so Well the also I mean maybe when you when you had your experience. It was very thick the glass and what I've been doing in anarchical quiz giving small glasses mention so Also because you know we're in a setting of conference and all of that so I would say Yoda and the watts also with beauty we will be drinking. Small amounts like this. So if you want to be goes lower I would say maybe it goes to because the Jaguar. It's all at once and cool so yes so very out there. If you come into America POCO definitely if you're interested in the stuff check it out a and it's really hard to do this sort of thing normally if you live in the US you basically almost. Can't I know some people do it in some places but it's pretty illegal and most people don't do it then even if you do it it's not really with good shamans and things like that and you pointed out that's really important and year year like one of the most famous. Shamans IN MEXICO. And you've got numerous of the way call them. Hito cuticle people be at the which which on what your people so these are like people have been doing it their whole lives that sort of thing and so it's not for the you know if you're going to go to the Amazon and do Iowa you're going to spend a lot of money and but that's one of the places you should do it. Is You know go to a place. Authentic and Scott. The good shamans and all that kind of stuff. But it's GONNA cost a lot of money but if you're cocoa you could just do it for a few hundred dollars and know having experienced that way. So where are you going to be doing all these things this year? Well actually On Saturday so which is when I write couple going. We'll we'll check the site but it's going to be. It's going to be somewhere in there. Yeah make a convenient. Yeah and also I mean it's it's just nice to do it. Also in in the context of the conference because You know doing it before can can help you plan. Salat and and kind of get ready. You know an and open because these these are really good tools to to open into to be open to to inside and also Or doing an after you. Not just integrate and just reflect on everything else. So I think that that's pretty interesting especially the kind of the community center of you know doing this with with this community special. Yeah that's what I hear a lot. I've never actually done it with the community pretty busy and stressed this. I don't usually have the time or ability to do it with everyone else. I might drop in on a DM. T. One if I get the opportunity so just for people who don't know Polka Dot Com and you can go to the tickets page and under tickets. He scroll down to ceremonies and We have let me just grow hair. So we have the tiger ceremony. So that's the correct and Jaguar is the DM t and the blue dear is is the so peyote is just one day. Just one cool. So they're all two hundred fifty bucks so that's pretty good like I said. Try flying to the Amazon and see how much that costs. You do all this kind of stuff and kind of cool to deal with. A lot of fellow voluntary's anarchists and you actually told me I think someone was telling me it was a couple years ago. You brought up some Shamans from the Amazon and and I think it was you someone who was saying that they want to come up to an Arca to do it because they saw that the people at the event like Kapoor kind of like the important people to change in this world in the way that it needs to be changed Who told me that? Yeah Yeah and I remember if it was me but yet definitely and Yeah I think we should involve a little bit more or or or can get involved also with indigenous communities because they are really anarchist. You know forever and I'm also really interesting. Really interested right now in in For example in Columbia. There's a special kind of law which you can digits law and through this. You can do a lot of things because they have pretty much like their own They can they can change lost a lot in their territory and this is also something really interesting that I'm I'm kind of looking. At and and they they have they have a you know the the anarchist anarchist communities that have a long tradition knowledge like for many generations so they they kind of understand a little bit how you know how how how this small communities works and like different kind of political view and a different kind of just just Like they have. I think a lot of knowledge that we could use In terms of that actually yeah last year for for Shamans that I brought for two of them. They didn't even have birth certificate so it was kind of weird we had to go and get birth certificate and they were like she was she was at least fifty five years old and he was like seventy years old and had never had a birth certificate or we had to get a passport to be able to travel. Yeah yeah that's great. Hopefully we can get more involved in those sort of community communities in the future and maybe we can talk about that when you're in an art book this year if there's anything that we haven't mentioned that you WanNa mention please do and also for anyone out there. Who's going to be a book? Not sure if they want to do it but maybe they wanna go and talk to you or maybe go see what. It's like that sort of thing. How can they connect with you? So we can talk of course And we'll have like a standard also Where some of the indigenous are going to be selling their craft but They can't go and see because it's You know very private and you know just for the people who are participating because it's How do you say you know you might want to cry when you're taking the medicine so and we will have some musicians? They're also playing music and we'll have integration like if someone needs to racial after will have you know we also have psychotherapist transversal therapists. Not like. That's like thirty. But they they they can kind of hold space for people who might need this after ceremony and so so kind of around that yet. We can definitely talk. And Yeah if you're not sure if you want to to go or something Yeah you can just email me or we can find each other in the conference somewhere cool. Yeah I didn't realize a lot of these are almost before the conference. Oh the Iowa's February tenth. Twelfth and then one after or during on the sixteenth and the Jaguar which is the D. M. T. is February thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth. And then the and and actually we didn't mention. There's a post event retreat. We also doing. Yeah forgot to mention that one. And that's basically it's it's using the the transformational tools like a little bit breath work ecstatic dancing Fintech movement the different things this with kind of the psychedelic tools. So it's it's a it's a very interesting Creation there that I think that that would be the one I would recommend the most most for people who have never taken Psychedelics before and or also for people who kind of wanted to learn how to how to travel better with these tools for three full days and will be really focusing bitter one on one in you know more more more attention closer. That's after the event I'm trying to see where if that's even listed on here retreats. Maybe we have too many things. I want to really simplify everything next year. There's too much but anyway. Yes that sounds good so maybe you might see me at the post retreat because after that I can finally relax a little bit after an archipelago. So yeah so what? They've reached knock dot com website. Anything you want to let people know about yourself like do you have a website or blog or like Yeah on profit. It's called the foundation so you can find uncoupling Dacian dot org and that's where also we're doing the pilgrimage. We're going to indigenous communities people who have already been in Acapulco ever do a therapy and then you want to go deeper and and and share with these communities or go to Africa to to the Amazon. And we're also just doing all kinds of projects there with Take a delic research. We're doing for example a project. What for Peace and conflict resolution giving Iowa your west with a friend the war party that the really really project and we have different projects. They through the nonprofit. Yeah that sounds cool linked to that all down below if you know anyone out. Who's kind of like depressed or has addiction problems or just not all that happy in life for stuff like that definitely show this video with them because a lot of these tools that we just talked about here can help a lot of people. And if you're going to be a book definitely check out all the stuff and I'll see you in just a couple of days. Leila looking forward to you. We'll just grassy as Amigo those Amos. And that's it for anarchists. Your home for anarchy on Internet peace love. You're listening to heartland NEWSFEED RADIO. Our live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed DOT COM low. Google what have you got planned for today? Come on this way. Adventure can be found anywhere but the best place to start is in. 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Hi I'm bobby. Like with another car clinic minute yesterday. We checked out. J.lo's Bentley during our tour of famous four wheelers today. We'll cross pond to see which machine suits the material girl when I come back when your battery goes dead. Everything where the rubber meets the road. Actually I'm not even sure what that means to you. Speed Radio Network Live at heart dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. I'm Dave Rubin. And this is the Rubin report lockdown addition. Remember everybody you can get all of our videos totally ad free and early. At Ruben Report Dot Com and joining me today is an American businessman entrepreneur and founder and CEO of my pillow. Mike Lindell welcome to the Rubin report. Thanks for taking the time. My friend. I've wanted you on for quite some time. And then over the last couple of weeks you went from a guy. That's Kinda hard to get to a guy that's impossibly hard to get and now I've got you in a hotel and we're to we're gonNA take advantage of the time so everybody knows what happened a couple of weeks ago with you at the White House and the Brouhaha high and as I was saying to you off camera watching the media go after you was so consistent with what I've seen about so many of my guests who have dared to take an opposition opinion than mainstream allows for but I wanNA hold that for a little bit because your back story. What you've been through in your life is pretty incredible. And IT'S A it's a true story of perseverance. Actually so could you just. I know you've told the story many times before. But could you just back us up and tell us the Mike Lindell story and then we'll get everything happening in two thousand twenty absolutely by the way you talk about after that at the White House of the Rose Guard the that overeating interviews. Now since then so it's sprout this platform. That's given me just huge. Just when I keep getting bigger gets bigger but you go all the way back on for my story of begins back. I guess that you know with I up my new book. What are the odds from crap? Kaley to seal but it takes me back to. I was seven years old. My parents divorced. And that's when divorces were common. I got moved into a new school two hours away and I was the only kid in the whole school that was from a divorced family and I felt like right away started mayor Pissy. I didn't hit the end I would. I would do things I remember. Climbing out of a moving bus went to show up and jump into the DITCH SNOWING MINNESOTA. Luckily and everyone would go out. Can you believe that it would be these crazy things or I wouldn't talk to them? I was very shy in that respect but I thought myself that you know. There's something different about me. I just felt dipper. I didn't fit in with any one group and and this kept going on on Throughout high school and traveling anywhere anywhere I I didn't. I didn't even date really in high school because because of that it was just this unworthiness spirit and I think when I look back now but I you know I was up by five year reunion. I worked two jobs a head neck. I worked for somebody I worked in a grocery store and a drive in movie theater off anybody out. There don't know what that is was big theater. I went to one drive in movie in my entire life. I saw robocop in about nineteen eighty nine or so at a drive in. Yeah it was a big thing back. When AS Roma worked there for seven years and it was the number one place to work back then by the way off if you were to go to work for some and it was fun but but anyway then went to college at the U. of M. in the first quarter. I dropped out. I was still working the two jobs in that I just dropped out and ran away. I was I was addicted to compulsive gambling and I started drinking about seventeen. Actually late for you know. Sixteen or seventeen but the We got to our five year reunion. I remember getting there and of course I was probably high been drinking and are not and anyway The all of these guys have either started families. Reg from college started their careers or the kept the same job and moved up the corporate ladder already so I was upset with myself and I wasn't where I was where I knew I could be. Everybody was I thought. Wow you know what I did is I took over the whole reunion and told them about all these stories that were true the mouth your money. Twenty thousand dollars came to break my arms football bets. I don when I was seventeen. I got like eighteen tickets on on a motorcycle. Two days outright on the cops You know I went to go. Skydiving fell asleep on that. Motorcycle crashed. It was shown determinative all banged up in mounted determined to get down to stand Minnesota and and finish this skydiving jump. It was my ninth and my parachute didn't open. I have a streak dip the ground and all these things but I'm telling everyone at the reunion and they're just going. Wow Wow when nobody hear anything about anybody else. But I got home that night I laid in bed and I was just a deep. Sadness came over me that I really wanted what they had you know and I fell into this thing of like. Where's my life going and in know well then about nineteen eighty two or eighty three You know I did different things. I then became a card counter. A professional car daughter a uncle Edward Genus fire. Reason pigs up your was the last job ahead for someone and I decided. Well I'M GONNA raise pigs myself in my work for him so I went bought. All these feeder pigs put them in a semi residential area and out. The bottom fell out of the market. That was a disaster. So but the I believe tried all these entrepreneural things on the same track as I tried cocaine and when I tried cocaine was instant I could be where I wanted to be a false courage. I had this mask any pain. I had a top of the World Agenda. Would anybody sodomy? I was on you. Know felt better about myself was all these big lies but I was a functioning addict than cocaine for twenty years and George switched to crack in the early two thousand but that time I ended up getting married the Goma dreams. I have four kids very functioning addict and which You know addiction affects everyone. No matter how many folks you eat with people that say oh their action the street if they perceive an attic GATT well moisture Alex to our folks in eager corporate world during the the I was afraid of talking to anybody. That has a suit and tie. I wasn't as good as SAM. You know but but they were just as many problems as anybody does. Well anyway the got feet. It was always ended up having a bar for thirteen years and that Barr who probably a bad place for an addict but but I I try different things in the bar. You don't learn to laugh there with the entertainment enact in advertising it stop you know on different things that allowed to stop by learn there in. I learned on the entrepreneurship. I really took out but also is a bad place for my addictions and they switch to crack in the early two thousands and I could not do what I was doing with the bar anymore because cracks a different drug. It's not a social dry. You're tweaking. Windows was some took all my friends on the crack very fast and I said I'm never going to be like them and I ended up one of the worst ones if there is such a thing but in in two thousand with Head to sell the bar two thousand three and that was a that was a circumstance beyond my control but it was going down. Anyway it was going down the backside with the crack and about two thousand four in the middle of the night when that a dream of the name my pillow night. Always my whole life searched for problems with when I was sixteen at that grocery store I actually had a truck might first. Paychecks went out looked around and I grow in store and seventy dollars a pill in one thousand nine hundred seventy. That's a seriously expensive pillow adjusted for inflation adjusted. It was probably the way it was the most expensive till I could find but is kind of this kind of you know what of extremes by appeal back down to where now but I tried to work could return it and it. I just remember that but it was. An endless appeals but anyway at the streets of my pillow the need and I've got up. I wrote it all in house connecting the line the E and. I'm all excited. One of my daughters comes upstairs onto the morning. She's like eleven twelve associates. What are you doing some abyss pillars? We Call Bill. What do you think of? The name is going to change the millions of people. It's going to be the most the biggest thing ever and I didn't even know what was going to be. She grabs a glass lottery. She goes truly random. Have I went all in and I was just like I kept getting these dreams and you know what I wanted was something you could adjust and me and my one son per day after day you get home from school and we would try try to ninety four kinds of thongs addicts to win. Nothing what I wanted to. And but we just wouldn't give up on it and Pete my friends or laugh in going mind should've into pillow and the other ones were saying. Hey if you ever come up with something like that I might want one well. It took about a year year and a half and we finally had done at We had no money left but we have some pillows. I took the first one that went into a bathroom beyond I remember going in there bringing it into going Bush. Your managers your is over there. I'm talking to my. Hey I got the best pillow ever. You can move at Johnston. I did everything Martian right but I'm John while this I'm so how many want I didn't know anything about retailers saw USA. We have one buyer. And you don't in these not here. We're is he what he's one. Nash was so persisted. Passionate he goes. I'm you don't leave now. Go Really Homey what I now and this is the way we are closed door went after another nobody wanted. Nobody wanted my bill some instead. Mike why don't you do a kiosks? I said how do you spell that? I actually went to the kiosks when I filled out something there. I was really out of my element because you could be on drugs and selling your big in which I which one of the things too. When I did sell bill all the time I I never broke. Trust with promoters That's a key thing but anyway so we rented this Kiosk increments soda and I couldn't stand it talking to people straight. They've come up in so it was just a shy was just like I couldn't couldn't talk and I'm actually hoping new customers would come up. You know it was Kinda Weird. Well my wife. At the time she worked most the hours but the one day I did work. The guy came out very aggressive. He buys one he says. I says you got a business card. He said this is really unique. You got event to this sits patent any and he is Saddam all out. I wrote it on a piece of paper. Give the car or give my number. I remember the ESPN such a failure. I ended up doing Borrowing Money for Christmas Host mortgage not allowed but we have three hundred pillows. And that's all we have left. Everything was gone. And that guy called Ron January seventh that year and he goes the guy that this pillow in Minnesota and I said yeah he goes he goes and I knew I do get my number one guy. He goes well on the Minneapolis. Get home and garden show and I save spot for innovative products this pillow. I've never I've been sleeping on changed my life now boy ball. I said Yeah Okay. I'll come in Brown money to actually get into his show and But I got in there. Put a table out a put a table out in front of me so the people could come in the booth so I was felt. Were secure like a security blanket and they came by the first day. I remembered I changed boots and selling and it was. It was easy for me that because they were coming up and I had an agenda I would just x amount. There was no small talk and And they would go by boy was telling him that I e every single one of them almost a big that I came back the next day got back into the home show and told me came up. Said you know this this and help me sleep. And all this and it wasn't about the money for me for the first time I felt so good inside that I've done something else somebody and and this this ties in with addiction. Everything I can tell you in a minute but from twenty nine started seven years of doing home shows and fairs in a town to town throughout the throughout the US. We may come and sell them the at these home shows and Fairs and just hours and hours a work in some shows should be good some SOCI- bad but but Track You know crack cocaine and And other addiction well and then people taking the company there was so many were tacky. Tried to take the company that we've had we'd have some work Bristol Recipro- people coming into you know. They seem something there but the did get the patent and copy. They were trying to copy it everything else. We ended up making pillows rear. Got To be two thousand seven we were labeling him in our living room and I never forget looking over at my wife the time in my son one of my sons and I knew that it got so bad we were gonNA lose everything because these guys could are which we're taking the company the House. The lights were. GonNa go out on the house. We were losing the House and then my wife left about two days before the lights went on in the house. She couldn't take it anymore so I went through. Got The got a divorce. Lost everything there. The pillow is just a little blip on the radar and got to be two thousand eight and significant things. Help in two thousand eight with the pillow company was like a pulse like somebody coma and one of the things that one of the significant things it was. I was up fourteen days with no sleep in Minneapolis and come out of the room. All three of the biggest drug dealers standing there. Like what are you guys doing? You know each other to go. We know each other and they said you've been up for fourteen days. You're you're not getting any more crack and I said what do you just an intervention. The guy goes call. Whatever you want to of allows te and how much you got left shoulder moments rocks and he sat down to make sure that I did admit to bed when get anymore. Will he finally fell asleep right by the time is running out? I was tweaking. Look on the floor carpet. Colored FARMING LOOKING FOR CRACK. Houston never scratched. Their while. Went back downstairs headed outside at two thirty in the morning. And it's like bees in every guinea inner city in the country. You can get cracking drugs. You're out there like visas like a whole nother a whole nother world. And I'm up there offering money twenty dollars for five dollars Nobody would take. They're looking at me. Like what are you crazy? We're not selling to you where you know the threaten anyone on the street if you sell them. We're going to kill you and hopes while came back. Upstairs defeated walked in there and the dealer associates up noises that work opera he says. Give your phone. I'm going to take a picture. And he took a picture. Said there's for that book you've been telling us about your rate someday. He he goes man you Jones for years that this might pillow is just a platform for God. And you're GONNA come back someday and you're going to help us all out of this addiction world that we live in. And where did I let you? Diana's I was their hope as I told him that all the time. Here's the actual book. The actual picture it goes into a Hologram. You see the pitcher. They're unbelievable unbelievable. But then on there. So that was the pitcher taken in two thousand eight and to where I am now and that and by the way to those guys work for now. They're born again Christians not so anymore so I cut. It's come full circle but they year My son was crying in the driveway. Got Back Behind. Show it's Chiro cheered up he was he said. This is another place for your lucid. He said I go you coming in. He goes he goes no doubt. I can't live here anymore. I thought it was hiding it from you know and I just said I'm Christian because this breaking my heart and I said I said Yeah you go live with your brother. Nope no problem. And it just like hit me. Like you heightened from anybody and then my son or my but this guy came in December. This is really key to my Lindo recovery network. When we talked to her minute. My friend came in December. There was nothing left. I was sitting in the House and and he said Dick comes walking in. I go what are you doing here? Now he was my equal. We are the same. Vh we both started cocaine at the same time very functioning. He's switch both switch to crack about the same time he'd quit four years earlier and fell in the Lord. And I heard about that and I've gone but here shows up I go dip. What are you doing? He goes like the Lord. LemMe here he goes. What's going on? I go well as long as you hear. I got questions for you. I promise is boring. He goes no mandating drill him for an hour for an an hour. Because you know what I respected his answer because he's been where I've been and he had made it through. Somehow it was like my called my hope my book. Well a month later I ended up quitting. I said a January sixteenth. Two Thousand Nine. I pray to said okay. God was nothing left. I made sure I didn't have any money or anything so that you know they say. Was that your bottom bottom you know. I think I could've survived without money but I knew if I without one more day former D I would have to courses on my life. One would be my calling where I'm out today and abandoned your phone number. Do that would be art. It would be whatever real be would be like an old drive and whenever the second feature would be wherever that path was taken me. That's where that's where that was going saw said you know what I want to wake up in the morning and never had the desire yet and I woke up in the morning at all. The desires were now. I did go to a faith-based center about two months later to find out why was addington the first place but then things started happening that these miracles. I needed these guys to take in the company and took over my shoulders in nine hundred thirty thousand dollars I needed and a met. These guys are Memphis guy. This this story. I tell all the time the this guy said some guys will take chance to borrow money. Whatever and I talked to him a couple weeks earlier and so the I meant to meet him. I needed the money in the afternoon. Thirty grand and walk in there with a t shirt and here walk in. There's society guys from Adam here's a CIO CEO a CFO. They're all wearing suits. I'm scared to down. I go there with a pillow guy. Go Hey you've got thirty grand okay back forty grand in two months. I'm going to shut them shows. I'm going to help. The biggest could be the biggest company in the world. Someday on these guys took my company. I used to be a crack cocaine and one of the guys said the what Wendy to quit crack last Thursday. Literally our upper left. The room is like sharp eight. For that reason. We're out. Yeah know the other four ended up giving me the money they didn't even you know there was no. They never checked my because I knew that because I didn't have a driver's license so I walked out of there with the cash ended up paying back with things like that. Kept happy for the next two years gone up to that. I said my friends family had no money left again and I said you guys have we all put in money. I want a dream of the biggest commercial ever. If no box stores GONNA take us. Nobody's GONNA take us. Because every breed abundant those shows loved it and he would tell other people and and they so they put their money and we were told by these these professionals off Don't work is just to get into the box stores. They said well. The boxster is don't want me and I don't want to go there. I'M GONNA do it my way. They said Oh it won't work. You need an actor and I said I wanted do it like I did. At the shot. With a real audience make things real the INFOMERCIAL launched at three. Am on October. Seven two thousand eleven. I was limited in my sister's basement. Everything I had was. I'm baked on that. That infomercial and it aired an agenda employees. No we have just fallen so we taking that we had taking fallen my friends or whatever and within forty days. We had five hundred employees. It just exploded. I built my own call center. We hire people out to street. They go mike you need to be. Ceo This bill echarte permanent horrible. Winning appropriate attorney says and we never missed a beat. We never missed up we every everybody got their pillows on time my on time for Christmas but it just meant Wall Reuben report podcast listeners. Just a quick reminder that my first book don't burn this book freethinking in an age of unreason is now available for preorder in it. I show you guys how to navigate. A world of outrage mobs political polarization and online censorship without totally. Losing your mind preorder your copy now on Amazon or Barnes and noble or go to. Don't burn this book. Dot Com and order yours today. All right. There's so much there but I want to focus a little bit on the fact that it seems like you found your purpose in the midst of an absolutely chaotic time in your life. Sounds like personally family? Obviously the drugs and the rest of it when you look back now. Do you think you needed all of that craziness to actually find the purpose. That now is clearly having you lived the life. You're supposed to be living absolutely you know you see me wearing my cross on tv all the time. I was in even when it did. Have IT ON TV? And I would. I would I would always tell my friends. Yep to the bar closed back in the day I would tell them about. I read about revelation in the Bible. When I was Jaylen. I'd be witnessing to them. I Have God or the Lord Bruce Relationship. Those guys would quit that date. Twenty eight people quit during those years and my friends Jimmy In France while it was all those times. 'cause I had fourteen near death experiences that run through my book. I think that all the you go in the site. What are the odds? When you have a one in a million happened a one in a billion or this this is you purchase up just a chance when you add them up at your own lives. When does it become a miracle for me? I used mathematical is that God has to be real because it would always happen. Me was possible and the then he got something actual day that. I did a full surrender. Get this every February. Eighteen two thousand seventeen. I mean so this was in all. That's just a few years ago but I always had faith but I didn't have burt your chance. Your question everything that happened to me. I see it all the time. I would not change once thing if it's not where I'm at right now because that that convinced me God was real and I just turned it over to him. Full surrender and now I could go out and use my platform. I don't have any worries. I don't hav