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Jen Psaki Has No Idea If Joe Biden Has Ever Visited the US-Mexico Border
"Circle back. Pataki seem taken aback by peter. Ducey's question yesterday. I this is. You cannot make this up. Listen to this. Exchange has ever been to the southern border in his life. I will have to get look back in my history books and check the times. He's been to the southern been at morning and we cannot find any record of him. Visiting as president plays for instance senator or even as a concerned citizen. Why would that be. I can check and see when the last time or when he may have been. But tell me more about why you're asking because this is a president makes point when there are disasters in this country like wildfire or hurricane to go and see for himself firsthand what the needs are of the local communities so that he can have informed to make policy me do that why does he go real taxes and see what's going on well first of all peter i think. The situation at the border is the result of broken system and the president certainly relies on his experience so whether it was the work he did to address root causes as vice president his efforts when he was in the senate to support comprehensive immigration reform a steps that at a time or being done and work toward in a bipartisan way. Something that Certainly we think should be the case. Today he uses all of his experiences to inform how he governs. How approaches challenges and certainly he looks again at the last four years and the the separation of children who were ripped from the arms of their parents as a way he does not want to proceed. Gosh if they didn't have that image of parents having their children ripped from their arms. You notice they're never rip from anything other than their arms. They use the same tired talking point over and over and over and how about that. Joe biden has evidently. She said she'd get back to peter. Doocy circle back was gonna circle back. She's never circled back. She's still out in left field looking like oj looking for the real killers. She's on a search to find one time that joe biden has visited the border.
The Biden-Harris Administration Is the Root Cause of the Immigration Crisis
"The vice president of the united states. The borders are. She's the one that biden tasked with fixing the border while she's doing a heck of a job isn't she vicious what she's upset about what. I saw depicted about those individuals on horseback treating human beings the way they were four and i fully support what is happening right now. Which is a thorough investigation. Into exactly what is going on there but human beings should never be treated that way. And i'm deeply troubled about it. The whole point is that we have to understand eighty. I mean talk about a country that has just experienced so much tragedy that has been about natural disasters and we really have to do a lot more to recognize that as a member of the western hemisphere. We've got a support. Some very basic needs that. The people haiti have to get back. This is like right out of a comic book or a movie or or a novel about an inept comical agreed ously corrupt administration. You're gonna be. You're going to investigate the border patrol agent on the horse. Why don't you are you. What are you still looking for. The root cause of the problem carmela. Are you still looking for that. She's a little bit like oj. Simpson looking for nicole's killer on the golf courses of las vegas. He's still on that search. You know for the real killer of nicole. And ron goldman. Well that's common. She's still searching for the root causes of this immigration crisis. Emam you to look at the root cause look in the mirror. The biden harris administration is the root cause of this
Norm Macdonald, Former 'Saturday Night Live' Comic, Dies
"The comedian who both wrote and performed on Saturday Night Live has died norm macdonald is dead his management firm says the comedian died after nine year battle with cancer a battle that he kept private he was sixty one years old when Donald high point was becoming the weekend anchor update for Saturday Night Live a job that he ended up losing something he said in this nineteen ninety eight interview hurt him deeply it wasn't relating I don't like men in the paper for anything other than a funny you know like bacon is for any other reason legend has it that McDonald was fired because of his many jokes about OJ Simpson jokes that were based on the premise that the ex football star was guilty of murder I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
How Fox News Pundit Gregg Jarrett Decided to Fight the Swamp Monsters
"Let's start as we do with all of our guests. Who is greg jarrett. Where did he come from. What did he do and how did he get to this position. Fighting the swamp monsters accidentally serendipitous sleep lawyer. Trial lawyer san francisco defense I i sort of accidentally fell into two tv and started doing a morning program there. And then i took a sabbatical for one year. And now i'm on like i don't know a thirty four. Th year sabbatical the the law firm eventually gave up after a couple of years and called me up and said look. Your name stole on the letterhead. Are you ever coming back. And i said. I'm having too much fun doing this television thing. And at the time. I was anchoring local news. I in maryland and north carolina kansas and then court. Tv launched in one thousand nine hundred. Ninety one i joined them. I was for eight years covering a lot of big trials. was in los angeles daily covering the oj simpson murder case. Then i went to msnbc anchored for four years there then. I moved to fox news where i anchored for about fifteen years but for the last seven years six seven years. I've been Not really anchoring. I've been using my expertise lawyers. Legal analyst commentator wrote a couple of books and that's the thumbnail
Justice Department Sues Texas Over 6-Week Abortion Ban
"Today. The justice department under merrick garland they sue texas over the texas's new law that essentially bans abortion in their lawsuit. Doj accuses texas of passing. It's abortion ban quote in open defiance of the constitution the constitution under current supreme court precedent protects woman's right to get an abortion in this country. No matter what state. She lives in their argument. Here is a direct echo of the same argument that the oj used in twenty ten to great effect in that arizona case that argument that legal protections enshrined federally forest all by the us constitution trump state law that tries to get around those protections because the texas abortion banned ignore ignores those federal constitutional protections miracle arlen and the biden justice department. Now say the court should strike down the texas banned altogether.
Fernandez, 18, Beats Kerber at US Open to Follow Osaka Upset
"Rising star Felix OJ only a Siemens ended the U. S. open run of American hope Frances tiafoe but not before a three hour and twenty three minute battle to secure a spot in the quarterfinals the twelfth seeded Canadian posted a come back full centric tree and next faces eighteen year old Spanish surprise package tell us al Qaeda's who continued his record breaking run through the draw men's second seed dental Medvedev continued is quiet but effective moved through the draw and the women's second seed out of settling and the fifth seed Elena Svitolina both phones as women's favorites after reaching the final eight I'm grand like us
Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal
"Crime story impeachment which come on september seventh if i if i run my dates correctly. Here's my big takeaway from the abundance of trailers at they have released for this in the last three weeks. Really like quite a push. So and i think i'm starting to get the feeling like this is going to be an american story o. Oj simpson moment. Where i think we're going to revisit a lot of the stuff from the clinton impeachment monica etc. But i have a question about all these trailers. We still haven't gotten a significant amount of time with clive owen. His bill clinton which leads me to believe. They're either sitting on marlon brando in the godfather level performance or marlon brando. Doctor moreau level performance. Like it's it's going to be one or the other that is definitely a take and you may right. I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting
Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey Dead at 87
"Celebrity attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of eighty seven according to one of his law associates I marquees are loaded with the latest Ashley Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst the alleged Boston strangler and former NFL star OJ Simpson one of the memorable moments of Simpson's nineteen ninety five trial was Bailey cross examining Los Angeles police detective mark Fuhrman about racism anyone who comes to this court and quotes you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar would they not detective yes they would all of them correct all of them Billy was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler really won the right to practice law in Maine in twenty thirteen
Jimmy Smith Tells the Truth
"Welker kimberly it. Thank you for having me. I'm so happy that you were with us. And i'm really very excited for today's conversation because there are so many directions that we can go in but just to kick things off. I would love to i. Of course talk to you about your brilliant segment on your attention please. What were some of the things that you really wanted to make sure that especially at twenty twenty one audience would understand about the truth. Well supposed to be twenty twenty one story in book it was. I just picked twenty twenty. That's when it takes place in the story. I just picked that out. Because i didn't want to have flying cars. You wanna make it. Twenty one hundred. Anyone have us being on jupiter and all that kind of stuff so i wanted to just enough into the future where people thought that. It was believable that something could get this screwed up and be kind of like a warning. Shot maybe do something about it. And so i thought it was going to blow up in Nineteen ninety nine when it came out it was it was You know not too long after the whole Oj thing and there was a lot of ugliness going on there and Just seem like a good time especially given my background where i was. I was in oregon. Where in oregon is at the time it was ninety four percent white and At the time it was the head. The highest concentration of white supremacists in the united states. I don't know what it is now but at that time that was that was the deal so it was a little weird but it was fun way. It was an interesting dynamic. Like when i go i was at wieden kennedy. Nike's advertising may ask agency and working with nike and i'm working with all these Muscle the majority of the time black athletes and it was just really. Don't he's was like off the skillet. Is i like to say and then when you go outside of that bubble is you're talking about quarantine bubbles when you would go outside of that bubble is like whoa a little different out here
European MPs Targeted by Deepfake Video Calls
"Someone impersonating a spokesman for imprisoned russian opposition figure alexander navalny conducted zoom meetings with european parliament members. The sessions featured. What the guardian and nl times called a deepfake video call purporting to be volley associate leonid volkov which volkov himself said looked pretty convincing. Speculation about responsibility for the incident has focused on vo van and lexus. Two well-known russian prank callers pranksters and such nuisance. Humorous are known. The incident is of course troubling for coming at a time when navalny is imprisoned and on a life threatening hunger strike and it's worth noting that relatively senior political officials were taken in by the scam but to place it in perspective. This is more shock jock stuff than it is a spore of new and devilish lena. Various approach to disinformation technically. It's a cut above the kind of jerk who had called the live news coverage to holler bubba buoy during the slow motion. Chase of oj. Simpson's bronco down the four zero five in los angeles but let's keep it in perspective. The lesson is that video that appears genuine alive call need not be and that some authentication beyond look and feel is necessary but we already knew that it's even become atropine gag insurance commercials where there's a guy video conferencing with his move colleague and so forth. At any rate on balance not very funny and vo von alexis themselves aren't novices. We note. they pranked to name. Just three sir. Elton john the duke of sussex and senator bernie sanders but of their targets have been critics of the russian regime. Mr putin himself has not been pranked and seems unlikely to be
Playing To Win With Leadership Habits
"Welcome to the salon. Nba podcast. I'm your host helena gibson founder straight hair solutions and creator of the seven figure salon academy if this is your first time with us. Welcome this is your one. Stop show for tips and tricks. Different ideas inspirations. On how to build a strong foundation for your salon or beauty business. I am so low this week. It is raining cats and dogs right in front of me so odd for san diego. So we're tucked in the house. And as i was coming up with what i wanted to talk about i wanted to kind of piggyback off of what we talked about last week which was culture in how we all have a culture even if we didn't realize it or not it's definitely in our business which is reflection of us the owner or ceo and that's the same thing with leadership so that's going to be our theme today animates ads. Just give you a couple of tips on that anson. Different things that i use as a leader to help guide my team and in our salon program which is our six months signature program. These are some of the things we go over for building the foundation for your salon business or any business for that matter because culture and leadership our key to creating a strong teen environment to scale past six and seven figures in your business so let's start with leadership. Basically leadership is the lid. She scaling to fix in seven figures. Wherever your wherever. Your top is your masks You're going to be able to take your business so again. Think of it like a ceiling Pop lid off and so a few key traits that the leader that the leader needs one is clarity of vision. You have to have a mission that so inspiring in so big that you attract he a players. It's gotta be something that gets you out of bed to especially when it's a saturday and we're doing here and you want to stay home and lay in bed we all do or whatever your your mission. Your vision has to be very clear for your team to buy in to. And we work on that all the time and i'm constantly refining and while and then actually our mission with us with our academy is so clear of helping thousands salon owners to reach financial freedom by twenty twenty five. I mean how big of a vision can you get the right. I mean it. It's just so big and then eventually all make it even larger. That's just a start in the next four years and impacting many families. So what kind of mission or vision do you have an how you communicate that to your team to get their buy in with it as well. The other one at number two is communications skills. We are in the people business so we have to learn how to communicate with other people and again something. I'm always refining. And i found that over the years. It's gotten much better. But there's still a ton i could work on and improve even in my own communication skills. Sometimes i come off. You know just a little rougher than i would like With my delivery but again. It's something i'm aware of and something that i'm working on. So your communication skills with your team with your clients with your vendors is extremely important because you're building relationships and one of the things are talk about. Is people buy from people. They know alike and they trust. And if they don't like you they don't trust you. They're not going to buy from you and that's a key Key from communication. So you really definitely wanna make sure you've got that down. The third tip for leadership is building. A-team i've heard great. I heard a great quote last night. Where gentlemen was saying. I'd rather be friends with them than co workers and resent them later and that really was profound. Because i've had that happened with a few team members before and you have to be able to build a team and you have to know when somebody doesn't fit in that team in a more it can't be oj so great a wildlife her. She'll get better. Hey if you're trying to impact on your mission if we're trying to hit thousand salon owners and help them reach their goals. I can't have c. n. d. players on my team just because i like them personally. They've got to go because then what happens is they stay too long then i end up resenting them later they resent me later it. It's just it just doesn't serve anyone so i love that saw out. It's even worse repeating. I'd rather be friends with them than co workers and resent them later. I i thought that was huge. The other thing is fostering a great culture which we dug into last week silent. Go over that again. But you have to have a great culture
Serena Williams and Others Talk About Valentine’s Day at Australian Open 2021
"Even in the absence of crowds love was well and truly in the air on day. Seven of the australian open which coincided with valentine's day our reporter alexia mitchell february. Fourteen baby herself has more on the skull. Bored there's nothing plays more than love but what about off the call. Love is all the time. They're you know in the intel us because you know we are playing in such a they in day out. We have to practice. They they out. You put lots of hours of work so if there is no love for tennis. You're not doing that. You're not Working hard You're not enjoying the high and the low moments so for sure. The you know everyone who's competing have some kind of love for tennis. It doesn't matter whether you're a grand slam contend. Luckily lina or twenty three time. Major champion lex serena williams. Love is the universal language. I think if i didn't love wouldn't be sitting here wouldn't be in australia if i didn't love what i do I think that love is one of the single greatest things in the world. You can have and repels you to be your best and when in your job whether it's playing tennis whether it's doing something else about miller ranch narzo there are different ways. Love can be expressed right now. Tennessee is maybe a great opportunity that After almost we're going on a year of hardship all around the world It's been more than a year here in australia with the fires i I hope that The love for the sport that we as players have the fans of hadn't been able to enjoy to this poynton. I know that we're all grateful or appreciative to have had them with us Supporting and you know we. We love playing in front of a crowd and we love being able to play tennis all around the world iga xiang tech maybe the reigning champion in the city of love but she's found herself in melbourne with at valentine. I guess love is important. Not only tennis but basically in life. But i feel like i didn't have any time left. I don't know Focus on that so long then this man with the smoothest name in tennis it felix. Oj a herpes. Romantic with reckitt in hand. I think love is fuel right. love is Is fuel to get up every day and you can almost name passion as well when you're passionate In love or in your work and your job or whatever you're doing in my sport and my case i think the report Gets me going and tough moments Gave me up when there's hard practices to do and it really keeps me going.
You Are What You Subscribe To
"All right. So i wanted to share with you something that my wife. Carrie ann i did the first At the beginning of the new year. And that's We sat down and we reviewed everything that both of us were subscribed to and we sorta did a purge and a respectful and together. We said you know what kind of content do we love. What do we want to learn This year what should we stop consuming. What should we start consuming and we did this very thoughtful very proactively over the course of about an hour and the high here for me is. I think it's important to be very very careful. Whose ideas that you let into your brain you know. We only have so much brain shelf space and we only have so much. Time to consume books podcasts Whatever the case you tubes whatever we like to consume and so being very thoughtful about what we put into our brain is actually a very important thing and i think there we put some shit in our head. That can hurt us pretty badly. You know if you're a longtime listener you know Have no love for the hustle stars. And i think they've done more damage to entrepreneurs and marketers than any recent group in history For a simple example you. I've heard hustle porn star. Say hustles the most important word the english language. Well i've also heard hustle porn star. Say no one ever worked himself to death well in japan they have a word for it. It's called karoshi and it translates into death by overwork. So nonstop hustling for twenty. Five years is probably not what you want to do. In addition even worse maybe is. You can hustle all you want but there's a difference between hard work and smart work hamsters hustle in their wheels to and they don't get anywhere. So what's your hustling about matters. And if you're a regular listener you know that i believe that Legends become known for a niche. That they own. So if you're hustling to design your own category that's one thing. If you're hustling trying to compete with an entrenched category king. You're gonna be in for a world of pain and yet millions and millions of business people still consume the stupidities of these hustle porn stars every day and the marketing and entrepreneur. World is stuffed with stupid ideas. Here's another example that drives me nuts minimum viable product. Why is this a good idea. Who the fuck said we. The first thing we deliver to the world should be something called a minimum viable product. It should be called a product. You fucking think is legendary and awesome and you wanna share with the whole world nother just dumb dumb dumb. I could go on with a very long list of very dumb ideas that are marketed to marketers and entrepreneurs all the time the bottom line is be very thoughtful about what you put in your brain because what you put in your brain is what you get out of your life now. Personally i like to go back to some of. Oj's peter drucker can touch him he. He's the original management thinker. His book the effect of executive changed my life by way of example. David ogilvy david. Ogilvy david ogilvy. If you're an entrepreneur if you're a marketer you're not a student of david ogilvy get on it. I go back and look at it all the time. Another one you might love in a similar vein is george lois. He sort of the punk rock version of david. Ogilvy check him out also. Of course the geez of positioning. Our reese and jack trout the so i love to go back and look at a lot of the original masters now some of the newer things that i love checking out is Check out a master class. This is incredible way to learn how to do to be taught writing by malcolm gladwin by way of example or taught how to do a three point shot by None other than steph curry. They have legendary people in many many different domains teaching their skills. It's an incredible product. Love masterclass podcast. You might wanna check out and this is not an extensive example or an extensive list. It's just an example of a few. That i like One of the jeez of marketing podcasts. Marketing over coffee by my buddy john wall and his partner. Christopher penn legendary Venture capitalists mike. Maples junior. his podcast is called. Starting greatness insanely great. Another legendary entrepreneur. Podcast is called no bowl and it's created by my buddies paul martinez and randy comas. And it features that teaching of the legendary bill campbell. Who was none other than steve. Jobs is coach if you're in the b. two b. world couple of podcasts. I love dave gerhardt's b. to b. marketing leaders. Podcast check it out. G. is emerging og. He's awesome My buddy brian burns has the One of the top sales podcast for b. two b. people be to be revenue leadership and the brutal truth about sales and selling brian burns. Check him out. And then the other one i like on sort of the lead gen funnel management Get leads enclosed shit online in the more beat. A sea world is russell brunson and he's got a whole series of podcasts and books most of them have the word secrets in them. Checkout marketing secrets podcasts. And he's all about hooks and offers and driving traffic and all of that stuff so those are just a couple to think about but most importantly i'm encouraging you to sit down and ask yourself a couple of key questions. What the kind of content i love. What do i most want to learn in the next twelve months. What should i stop consuming. What should i start consuming and remember. Be very careful whose ideas you let into your head because your thoughts become your actions your actions become your outcomes and your outcomes become your
"oj" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"I've stick with a string in a paper clip on it. Yeah 'cause rich people. Yes this is like i mean bob. Shapiro is not that great at his car but he knows how to delegate for people who are like just you know. This is like that. Nancy greece kind of paradigm of being upset at someone having the gall to represent their client right. This is a bad day for her understandably and he's doing his catching her mistake because she said okay as the sole murderer which she knows is not the correct language the murderer part and then she is camouflaging the fact that actually the lapd doesn't know that and is still investigating because it's been a week and is leaving open. The possibility that he did have accomplices. She that because she doesn't think he had accomplices is. What i think is happening right. Yeah i mean to agree with the rich people justice thing like. I'm sure this is the kind of thing she's used to being able to do. Exactly it's only when. Richard will get tried that we noticed this kind of stuff right. So meanwhile there's still a grand jury convened and she has to get more testimony out of cato. That's still going on. We're turning to our eight story of kato. And marsha this is the episode where everyone just doesn't acquit themselves all that well this is the screenplay by noah baumbach section of the oj simpson trial being unlikable so kato meanwhile also watches the bronco chase on friday night on tv. We are now reading from one of our our old favorites kato. Kaylin the whole truth from the actual tapes by mark elliott after footage of bronco chase and after that standoff finally ends. The book says what followed was a rebroadcast. Robert kardashians earlier reading of okay. Suicide note Now saw for the first time. He walked grimly. Fascinated as kardashian stood before a phalanx of microphones and read from. Oj's handwritten to cato. It sounded like a suicide note but he wasn't going for it. He felt it was nothing more than a scam. That okay wasn't going to kill himself. None of it rang true as for paula. That was all wrong to ally that wasn't how. Oj fell. He told kato on numerous occasions that he didn't love paula and would never marry her. So what was he talking about. What do you make that. i mean. Yeah that makes sense. We've talked before about how. Oj talks to cato about polo versus how talks to follow about paula. Yeah there is the sort of the question of like well which one is the real oj. Because he could easily be playing up his love for paula paula. But he could be downplaying his love for politics kato because this is what men do. Well i think. I i think he feels differently about her wall in jail. Yes i assume poker true right because he is kind of n this orbit around paula. Like he can't leave her alone. It's not to the extent anywhere near that was with nicole guests in terms of can't leave alone like he does have some kind of fixation on her..
Kristy Swanson defends Trump from 'cancel culture,' demands to be removed from John Hughes films
"Actress. Kristy swanson wants to be cancelled and she wants to be cancelled to support a president trump. So let me explain this forty five years ago. Well she's she wants to get in the time machine and b. Can't let me explain last week. Fans called for trump to be digitally removed from home alone two loss to new york and over the weekend. She tweeted because she was worried. Who want oh. We want to be digitally removed. Taken out of home alone to wow. This is scary and kind of tearing down. Statues is one thing but that digit physical but digitally removed. That's interesting yeah. I agree to this thing is like you're honoring racist or whatever but like he was in there was an extra ticket. Oj naked gun ignored. Berg gotta make berg. So she's kind of calling the bluff in some way says if cancel culture is really going to have donald trump removed from the john hughes movie Then in support of my president. I'd like to have myself officially removed from the john hughes films. Pretty in pink and fares. Buehler's day off now if you don't remember pretty in pink. She's at the very end. I think she's credited as like miss duckie. Because she's the one that jon cryer sees at the end and like she gives him a little wave and then the credits roll in fair to dealers. Day off. I think she's the one that does the speech about fairs like my sister's boyfriend's cousin's you know some fainted flavors. I heard it's pretty serious. That's kristy swanson. So she wants both of those clips removed. Of course twitter is just beating the shit out of her for this. You are in that. Who are you. Who cares but You know she makes a point. She kept her mustang in my warehouse for six months where you are right now. No i have multiple warehouses. Why i asked. Yeah i wish. I could remember the street name address but glendale with all that really how it got to me. Or she's needed a place to keep her her her mustang. I had no idea how hard core she was. She is hard goddamn core man. Twitter bio is like some about quitting. Proud mom god. I was very religious. I only know her second hand my dear friend lindsay parker who is in the movie flowers in the attic with her when they were when she was a baby i mean. How old is that movie. Remember from the mid eighty s. She worked with swanson played her sister and said she was
Introducing Melanie C
"Which spice isn't chris c. Whoo sport is only guacamole. Such massive part of my childhood. And i did resist telling her that. I know you're ready. M restrained so interesting high sort of conquering and sort of pervasive. If you will the spice girls wet especially to several generations. Because that's the thing about them. They were really you know from the little kind of five year olds to granny's loved them. Yeah so they have. People go the quake in their boots and go. You know jelly like when you when you have a spice girl ryan and ask do i. But of course. I have my inside knowledge. Having been in the spice girls film you were in the spice coast moving their less. So you're you're an unofficial spice boy like i think i've got thing on my wallet a card from them and it says to our special space boy That's so nice. It's a lovely well. I think it's a lovely about mousy is that she was at the time always described as being you know. It's this sort of slight outside of the spice girls because she will tracks is basically and she didn't ascribe to all these really narrow ideas of what a woman is and actually she was bucking trends back then and Has sort of had this reinvention as someone who's become even more central to the oj bt community by doing going on tour with the paying and yeah for someone who's been through like unfathomable fame. She's just this wonderfully reflective generous kind person. Yeah and i'd also really interesting. But melanie is that she is the sort of. She's the one who's had the biggest music could he had in terms of. She has stayed in a as a musician. I guess Jerry said more hits and things. I suppose but she's actually being kept out and i think that's what's really great. She was like the to sort of musician and she stayed a musician. Yeah just plow to making our own stuff on. I just think. I really admired her. Because she's I've loved our work over the years. And i think she's still doing it. And she still making these records and putting onto saying and reinvent as you said reinventing ourselves. And i think a great voice and she's just great spirit
New Yorker parts ways with Jeffrey Toobin after Zoom snafu
"Legal commentator Jeffrey Toobin's lost his job at The New Yorker magazine the announcement came from Jeffrey Toobin himself a long time staff writer for The New Yorker who's been dismissed after reportedly exposing himself during a zoom conference call last month to been rights he will always love the magazine missed his colleagues and we'll look forward to reading their work the sixty year old Toobin had been with the New Yorker for more than twenty years writing about everything from the OJ Simpson murder trial to the impeachment hearings of Donald Trump two bins also put on leave by CNN where he's been a legal commentator I'm Jackie Quinn
Justice Department Files Antitrust Suit Against Google
"We've been waiting for it and yesterday it dropped. We're talking, of course about the Justice Department's antitrust lawsuit against Google, the DOJ is alleging that Google is engaging an anticompetitive behaviour to preserve its monopoly in search and search advertising. Here's associate. Deputy Attorney General Ryan. Chores he's overseeing the tech investigations at the OJ. Google unlawfully maintain these monopolies through a web of exclusionary and interlocking agreements that shutout competitors. For example, do collectively pays mobile phone manufacturers. Carriers and web browsers, billions of dollars each year from its monopoly search advertising revenues to be the preset default search engine. This is by far the most effective way for a search engine to gain users. It's most people simply use this to fall chores also pointed to the fact that Google prohibits other search applications from being preloaded on phones companies android operating system. We have started legal affairs reporter Brent. Kendall to break down your statement. Here's what he said what he's basically saying. Here is look in this country there's nothing wrong with having a monopoly. If you do things better than everybody else your products are better and people flock to you. That is all well and good. But once you're there and you have a powerful position, what you can do is then take any competitive steps to prevent anybody else from potentially challenging you and so that's what they're arguing here and they say these billions of dollars in payments to preserve Google default search on on. Variety of devices and platforms. Shuts the door to anybody else ever getting into this space and providing any sort of competition to Google, and so that's that's the basis of of what they're arguing here. The Google it's not illegal to have a monopoly but what they're doing is is taking illegal steps to maintain it a spokesperson for Google said the DOJ's lawsuit was quote deeply flawed and that consumers use Google because they choose to not because they can't find alternatives. The suit represents the most aggressive antitrust case in about twenty years, but it could still take years of legal back and forth before there's an outcome. Brennan says it could shake up silicon valley either way we could end up with is pretty remarkable circumstance because we'll have this google sued and very well may be that the FTC as we reported recently could sue facebook by the end of the year, and so you would have these two marquee once in a generation cases at the same time in which the federal government was was suing you know two of our biggest and most. Important in leading tech companies, and so that could have all sorts of ramifications. I. Mean and it could it could filter intersect with other parts of this debate. I mean, maybe facebook and Google when these cases, but it could also be the case if they win, you have people in Congress, they look the fact that the government couldn't win these cases shows that the law work and we need to step in and do different things here.
The CEO of Team Secret on Dota 2 & Team League Models
"So can you talk about like the you know the foundation of take grit out is different to say traditionally sports organization you know how the how the play is kind of at the center of everything. Sure sure you know when I look out in the ecosystem and not everything is like this right but a lot of teams are It's a it's kind of split where a lot of teams are player own operated in lead right which which is really good for content creation engaging with the community that kind of thing but usually like on the business side economy falters. And then you know you have a lot of new entrance into east sportswear. It's a very traditional business executive-led right whether it's you know a private Equity Company that invests eastwards. Put say a leader in place or someone from traditional. Traditional. Media The comes in place and weeds on these sports team. Where connection to the fan base in the audience is not so great. And generalizing here, right there's all different kinds of other other models I'm for us. We kind of saw this happening and what we wanted to do was to say, okay, you know, I, come from a background of traditional business. I can come run the business, build the business, but we wanted to also have very authentic and have a huge amount of player lead influence into how we build the brand into how he engaged with the fan base and the community and so that's why you know working with the DOE team has kind of foundation we said, let's build out team secret originally adopted team, but we can expand the business. We can build it into an actual business rather than just a, you know a player T-. Even today you know we. on the business side, you know run the business but on the ownership front we have some players that have ownership in the business and are also involved in the day today activities. You know we've been lucky enough to have on the PODCAST and scraped content with a few kind of like OJ's is the industry especially you know you had. We've had God's. All the you know he's being paramount in in a lot of commentary and building the same globally and we had pay p day kind like the shining light out of trying to build anymore it's America We've had unloader from Sweden as well and I guess you guys have another one especially, which is in the interim with poppy. So I'd love to I'd love to talk from your perspective around a lot of my discussion with paper day especially was around the business structure of the way that daughter to works versus are other Games. So there's like an article that came out about a Singapore tame, which is just disbanded was like the the shining stuff out of that region and. One of the major reasons they said that it that it disbanded his Ju to just a lack of understanding or the lack of support from valve in the to infrastructure it's it's you know it's great presence and cradle content around how you know the DOJ to international is the largest single single price police boats tournament. You know thirty plus million dollars in the first place team will often walk away with ten million dollars in the pocket and it's fantastic. You Ajay and you win those inter but it's it's not great if you don't qualify for the international or you know if you want to rely on something other than simply pros money so be interested in talking about. How do you say that the dietary market obviously guys legal agents Tuesday say by Candidate that franchise very strict model of detaining applying onset and Thomson indicts. You've got all that structure heady. This is done until you, which is just really all over the place but but massive priciples. Yeah I mean I think there are pros and cons of both models I think in. League of legends at the the model tends to be more Even across more equitable across tons of opportunities where all the teams and I think in Doda, it's very much like feast or famine I if you know. If you look at all the teams right from previously is it's like. Either you're a top four team and you. kind of break even or slash make a small profit or you're not a top four team and you're just like losing money all the time. Basically note right and it's like the the price was a little bit of a Mirage because. In Doda, the majority, the vast majority of the price will go to the players and this is not knock on the players because I think the players are super telling that they deserve everything that they that they earn right But outside of price full, there's not a huge amount of other opportunities except for direct sponsorship. For teams actually drive right and you need teams because you know. Not every player is like some players are very mental to be in contact creators influences on all that stuff but the vast majority players I know just WanNa, play I. WanNa play, and so in order for Doda and Doda brands to to build into sort of products. And to market the players into engage and build the audience and do all these things. You'd Orquesta do that right? Because the players are not going to do it themselves and they didn't WanNa do themselves they want to they want they WANNA play right? They want to figure out strategies they want perfect game. And so you need to have an ecosystem around as supporting structure around that to be able to enable them to do that as well as. Create this product around Doda so that the fans can engage in consume it. And I think the I think the finances did the structure Doda is is dangerous because you know the the the kitchen seen not not super well supported even in the tier one scene beyond top four teams I don't think you're doing too well. and you'd see you know teams exit. You see teams go in and out. I'm for these reasons because it's like you either you're winning all the time and you're kind of stable from that because you have some price earnings or. You know you're just like middle of the pack number seven, number, eight, I, I don't think you're doing too well. You're really relying on brand sponsorships and things
"oj" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"All her friends will confirm that I've been totally loving and understanding of what he's been going through. Not True at times I felt like a battered husband or boyfriend I loved her made that clear to everyone and would take whatever to make us work got. He had to throw that in, didn't he? Yeah, you know sometimes. I felt like a battered husband. 'cause like she's so terrible, but anyway yeah, she's recently died and I didn't do it. It's like really dude. You can't just skip that clause one time. Yeah, he couldn't not say it I felt like a battered husband unbelievable. And so he concludes with. Don't feel sorry for me. I've had a great life. Great friends please think of the real OJ. And not this last person. Thanks for making my life special I hope I helped yours peace and love Oj, and then inside the O. and the. The happy face an Elwood's move I think this signs autographs then okay, and so as Bob. Sheehan is preparing to read this letter at this press conference. He's nervous. Obviously and Bob Shapiro was like just read slowly. Jack Nicholson has made a fortune of speaking slow. I'm really interested in heroes like Jack Nicholson interests like I and I also love that. He apparently watched wolf the night before because a movie recheck Nicholson is aware wall. And then the next day Kardashian is like. How do I read this letter and Bob Cheryl's? LAKESHA gotTa do a Nicholson just I. He sold me on that were. So, they read the letter. And then when reporter asked, why did Bob Cried Sheehan read the letter at all fair question because it doesn't make okay look very innocent. Yes, and my Shapira says we read it because it is the only words that we have from OJ Jeffrey. Toobin says this answer says much about the Karen Feeding of celebrity clients. OJ wanted it done, so it was done. Jeffrey toobin does not like any of these people. And someone asked what are the last words he heard from Otane. He said my personal words with him. Were of a complementary nature to the way I had been with him, and for him to thank me for everything I had done the day. Like. Always be selling, Bob, you know what he said to. My rates are really low. I'm always on time. And, so after the press conference, Bob crashing goes back to Rockingham. Being guarded by officers and they're like we can't let you in, and he's like I'm okay. Simpson's Dr near like okay doctor Yes. And so they let a man, and he goes to talk to Cason and are now as children from his first marriage, and he's basically like I'm GonNa level with you guys or he loves you. He wants to have all the money you need. And so based on all, that is his opinion that their dad is going to kill himself rather than go to jail. Whoa, he just tells them that. He apparently really thinks that's going to happen. Yeah, he's breaking it to them like as news pretty much. WHOA and Jason Panics and Runs away and starts to cry and our Nell just sits there. Staring at Bob Silently crying and he's like your father loved you so much. and. He just felt he had to do this. And then one of the other family members whose there you know, they have the TV on. It's like wait a minute..
"oj" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Let's fly people in and put them at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel Yeah. Let's do a second autopsy. Every henhouse Doghouse treehouse house for five hundred mile doing the Tommy Lee Jones. I watched that movie a while ago and I was like these matter and love. Okay so Oj the doctors come to give him a physical and Bob Kardashian. Ever be practical. Friend is like OJ. It's like almost eleven. You need to turn yourself into the police by eleven. How do you think Okay Simpson react I WANNA say negatively. Okay, says according to Card Actions Account. Why should I hurry? What can they do to me? But this is also kind the weird thing that like. They sent him a calendar. Invite for unrest rather than making an arrest. I mean this is what marshes been saying since day. One right that like why? Why are you being like well? If it's not too much trouble OJ, can we go ahead and a ding-dong arrested? For this calmed. We're talking about somebody who potentially killed two people. It's very weird that this is all he has to go there like pick up his lost watch or something. Yeah, okay, it's like the LAPD are my pals. They come use my tennis court. They ignore me beating my wife Right. The law has never applied to me before. Why should it be now? Yeah, and Bob Kardashian. Kardashian apparently says you're right. Take your time. What can they do like Yep, good point and watch appearance is like no J. Like we do like my word. Kind of means something like I would leave the police to continue to believe me like I work with them right so yes, we do have to get you there by eleven like I'm sorry to ruin the fun. And so okay apparently accepts this. And Bob Shapiro keeps being. Please hurry because he wants okay to arrive at Parker, sent her quote in his Mercedes well-dressed. Calm dignified. An impatient police contingent found them Encino. Oak would be hustled away in handcuffs. Common Criminal? No one was willing to say the words, but they hung in the air made yet. This is he understands it. This is a press event as well as a criminal justice event, you need to produce images that are congruent with innocence and the PERP Walk, which is bullshit in all circumstances. Yeah, talk about the PERP walk. Actually because some people don't hear those words immediately clear mental image this thing where they basically parade a suspect from like whatever one building to another as they're in the middle of the arrest process, and it's perfect. Perfect for allowing the cameras to shoot them like these are the Paparazzi photos. We always see of suspects being march one place to another right. This is not something that they do in other countries, and this is not something that America has done for a long time like this is something that is invented for the newspapers. This is not something that has to be a part of the criminal justice system, and so it's essentially the police being complicit in the production of images that imply somebody's guilt, which makes things much easier for prosecutors and. Bob Shapiro. I don't want my client to be front page of the newspaper. Looking like yes, quote unquote a common criminal. Yeah, and five Shapiro of course is absolutely right, and I love thinking about in the same way that I love thinking about Marcia Clark on the morning of June thirteenth. Being like my dusk is almost clean, and I feel like my life is like calming down..
"oj" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Eavesdropping Oh and a hoarding to American tragedy. Okay says I've told you everything before I've got nothing to hide. And then he starts talking about how he can't understand why. They're not looking for other people. Obviously, these murders had to be committed by two people Yup Colombian drug traffickers favorites involved. We all know more convincing. The story it was the Colombian drug traffickers that are after famous nick and anyway so Bob Shapiro I mean well. How okay let's let's imagine you have. Bob, Shapiro's in this moment first of all congratulations and I'm sorry. What do you do if you like you? Go inform your client and you're like. The police needed to turn yourself in in a couple of hours. They're gonNA charge you with double murder. If you have anything to say to me before you go to jail where you probably will be held without bail. His. Please tell me now and if your client immediately is like I. Don't know why this is happening. Why are they looking for two people? I've already told you everything like what what do you do? I mean I struggled to put myself in the shoes of Baja. Just because so many. You wouldn't have taken this guy. Why would I be doing any? First of all, I would be trimming my eyebrows secondly. I would not be representing somebody like OJ. Simpson be massaging whenever they put into catcher's Mitts to make them supple. Face. I mean I don't know I. Mean isn't the whole thing with lawyering. That like you have to believe your client. Even if it's a little far fetched well, yeah, I mean Bob Hero is not mandated to use it. Offense dictated by what his client says, and initially he's going to be like okay. What if we go for diminished capacity? That can work right like no. I need a lawyer who believes in my innocence, and like that is probably the most significant reason why Bob Shapiro gets pushed out and Johnny Cochran emerges as Oj's most important lawyer. Bob Shapiro alienates himself from OJ pretty early in the game by not being faithful enough to OJ's emotional reality is basically you know at this point you know. They spent a few days kind of talking I. Think he can gather that Oj is like very attached his version of events, and that it's like a integral to his identity that he's not bad guy lake that seems pretty clear, and so I think that if I were Bob Shapiro would be like I am not..
"oj" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Schwimmer. So satisfying to now, yeah. And then David Schwimmer will of course go on to play, Bob Tashin Ashen and the people vs OJ Simpson the Ryan Murphy, show and the world will go on to forget the existence of the movie wolf entirely. Okay, so American tragedy. Be Lawrence, Schiller. Book Has Auguin Paula Barbieri standing in the side yard, holding each other I want you to leave Simpson said she was carrying defiant. I'm not leaving. I don't want you to see this look. I didn't do this thing. I love you and I want you to stay strong I'll be alright AC has money to get you back to Florida. They gave her the money. And robuck says Paula was crying wouldn't get in the car AC given the money and get her out of here Simpson, said angrily her dashing and cowlings half escorts. Half bodyguards got in the car. It was embarrassing. Paula is depicting her phone. Okay is having this fairly prolonged sweet moment where he's like. You remember that guy you told me about back. Home Hind Him Mary him instead and in this version. Okay is basically trying to get rid of her. But which one do you think is more plausible I am inclined to believe the substance of what Paul is saying, but maybe not. That happened so nicely as depicted. You know he's like he's been pretty heavily sedated this week, right? He's not making a ton of sense. He's seeming kind of affect plus. It's interesting. That Paul writes a scene where he's able to really like show up her right, but on the other hand he's historically. Kind of thing kind of on autopilot so like. Seems likelier to me that like the man writing a book about like the defense team who seemly. Very uninterested in Paula. Generally like she's barely depicted in this lifetime, we're ready to believe that lay it happened, but that like Polish version of it makes that may be nicer than it was. Yeah, or they had that conversation two days previously, and she's sort of poured into the scene because it's like its narrative, more convincing that way. That's true, too. That happens a lot in the way that we remember things like. We unprompted, will I think subconsciously kind of stick together parts of different memories to make a coherent story kind of depicts the whole of a relationship. And if she's giving herself that moment at all, inaccurately than like whatever..
"oj" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"And. I feel like you know I'm doing this I'll say something now. Kind of knowing as I'm saying that it's GonNa Inspire Fan Art. And so I really hoping for like a vintage tourism Joshua Tree vaginas poster. So anyway, all right showy got one I'm ready to go. I mean I've had like eighteen months to thank you so i. of course I have a tagline. It's been eight months. The length of the OJ Simpson trial itself so. Whatever we started telling a story how you feel if you were sequestered for this whole. Ready yes, okay, welcome to Iran about the podcast that takes you away from home, but always brings.
"oj" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"I used that company's products it's fascinating this part to me is Bananas and this is why I think disreputable memoirs by people at the heart of media. Scandal should be more widely read. 'cause I've never seen this talked about elsewhere in it's weird okay. So the book says he finally settled on the USA channel because it happened to be playing the world according to Garp up. You gotta see this one part. Okay said according to Kato Okay was referring frank to a scene where garbs wife was going to give head to a young guy in her car park in the driveway of her home. The guy comes over one last time to garbs wife and she says no no no he says one last time so they get in the car and start Garp in his own car arrives at the House and a force of habit turns off his lights and coasts into the garage. Because it's raining Dr. Garb crashes into his wife's car while he's going down on her boyfriend. The force of the collision causes her to accidentally chop off the ahead of her lover's penis. Okay that was a very long pause. I don't yeah I mean I yeah I think this is the funniest thing in the world or something it will. Here's what Kato says. Cato recalled how they watched the scene and silence then OJ seemingly really out of nowhere said Yeah. I remember Nicole doing that with Keith. Nearly a year earlier biting the head of his penis off no guessing giving Keith a blowjob. Oh job because that was what I saw when he spied on that that was what he was shouting about when he broke her door down the previous October right. But that doesn't seem like the main point of the scene. That's not what the scene is about like you were. I watched that someone asks what it's about. We wouldn't say it world sack. Ah we would say accidental maiming. Yeah right so. OJ still store about this stupid key thing clearly clearly he you know. Just imagine watching arching that scene in silence with OJ Simpson so that the book is on Okays Talk Made Kato Very Uneasy. He was afraid. OJ's mood would change. Yeah Okay went on and the kids were home. Kato didn't WanNa hear it. Nicole was a friend of his but Kato didn't want to challenge. OJ either when okay finish the tail. He laid back lost in thought to ship the mood. Kato Said Not Robin Williams. Sure is funny man. That's very. I'm an abusive relationship. Logic logic right. We're Kato's already internalizing. This guy could turn on a dime. So it's up to me to distract him with something else like look at this comedian. Yeah so he knows on some level that OJ is emotionally volatile and he knows that he has to get him out of this place. Yeah I mean he is really. He's he's doing that work. Work he's part of this labor force along follow Barbieri and then everybody else then. Even if he doesn't know that consciously he understands that and he also isn't going to say. Okay Hey I am uncomfortable. Because he can't push back because he knows Oh jail blow up and he has seen him blowing up. Yeah that's one thing that sent her saying about Cato. To is that a lot of people well like they've heard about okay blowing up from Nicole or they've seen some of his anger but they haven't seen him yeah go after an Ecole Anna rage. Yeah seething the way that Kato has at this point settling he he understands. Some of what okay is capable of man. Apparently the only thing that finally gets. It's okay to shift. Topics is when Paula Barbieri calls. Because they're going to this fundraiser dinner that night he's calling to ask what he was hurt aware so after he talks to New Paula. Okay starting to Cato. Says he's really tired. He doesn't WanNa go to the event he'd rather go with Kato to the event instead of Paul Ike has. At least he'd have find with Kato. He seemed kind of like over Paula. In this moment. Okay so at the end of the day okay goes to his event. Kato goes out clubbing. And comes back to Rockingham at two in the morning and and goes to bed and wakes up at about noon and wakes up to an empty house. Okays as off playing golf so this is the day of the murders right this. Is Ken Twelve. Yeah this is. This is the morning of so this is the day. When there's the recital raid The recital is happening this afternoon or gas to go to fly to Chicago late that night and again Keta goes for a run then comes home. He's GonNa go to Santa Monica to play basketball with some friends but as he's heading out. OJ Once again calls for him and waves him into the a main house and so he goes into talk to him so this is like two thirty in the afternoon and talk about how his golf game went and then Kato tries to head out Komo. He's like no no. You should hang out and then he tries to call Tracy who is the center holds. Arain Cato trying to set him up with the the day before so again tracy talk for awhile and according to Kato Oj. Says you know. Tracy I've got everything a man once in the world everything I've got plenty of money. I've I've got two beautiful home but you know I'm just not happy me. Happy my God. What do you think about all this you that thing about how? The Nigerian Syrian scams are deliberately bad. I did not know that how they're deliberately bad because if they were reasonably convincing than they would ended up spending a lot of time on people who are kind of on the fence like people who are savvy enough to figure out that it's a scam and so what you WanNa do. Is You want to send out an extremely incompetent. Email to millions of people and like point one of point one point one percent of the people are going to be totally unsavory enough to fall for it quickly and so you don't waste your time going through all these steps with people that ultimately are going to drop out and it seems like this strategy of calling up women who you barely know and giving them this pitch of like I want something serious in my life R U. The girl for me kind of making them do this little tryout. It is like tryouts isn't it. It's like Broadway cattle call. And it's perfectly calibrated to find women with relatively we LO- self-esteem who are going to be like. Well this guy wants to get serious. This guy that I don't know at all I should just dive into this relationship and immediately start trying to prove myself to this guy. I've never met. Yeah I think you're right like Oj. Simpson is essentially a Nigerian princess. compulsively calling hauling around. You know he talks to Tracy and then he calls a bunch of other women. He apparently called Jasmine guy who he said to. Cato is like one of the only black doc women who he's attracted to also an interesting statement and then Kato's like okay. I should really go. I think I'm really going to go now. And and he knows that. OJ Is going to head to Sydney's dance recital at five that afternoon and he also knows that okay and Paula have been arguing about this recital. Week I can see being factor in Pala deciding to break up with him because basically Paula really wants to go and OJ's like no no no. It's for family. By implication implication. You can't come through and this is like. She talks about this in her memoir that she really likes being part of the kids lives and feels some hostility from Nicole Hole. That seems to come from partly from the fact that she is kind of taking on this mothering. Role Hits lives which is you know. Yeah Yeah and that she you wants kids of her own and feels on some level that her and okays relationship is destined to not work out because he doesn't want to have anymore children right right. So Paula is not being led into this family that she wants to be part of this ring repelled and finally fine like I give up and OJ's he's about to feel rejected from this family that he's trying to worm his way back into sue. It's I know it's weird to have that much inspired by. Hi It's dance. Recital dislike this little middle school answer. Kids were dancing to footloose. But it's say this is what families are yeah. Everything becomes a huge metaphor for something bigger right right because of course it's not the dance recital. It's like Yo whole to previous years of pollen as relationship. It's the seventeen years of okay Nicole's relationship. It's all of this history just hurtling toward this one afternoon in Brentwood yeah yeah becomes like a WWe wrestling arena. Yeah and so he does like well. I'm finally going to go. Who Play basketball like I have been trying to do the afternoon? Time for Cato. Cato and then he picks up some Sushi from place in the neighborhood and and heads home to watch the Knicks game his big plan for the night. This is what I want when I look at history. I guess one everyone to be able to have the little plans they had. I want I Walking his dog to get back home without finding anything relating to a murder scene and be able to watch the Mary. Tyler Moore show. I want Marsha to clean out her desk. I want to start dating Michael Bolton Nicole by half off picture frames. I'm June thirteen. Yeah imagine a little sliding doors musical montage right now. Yeah Yeah so KEDO comes in and according to him. OJ smiles and says Sydney was great and then the smile goes away and he says but Nicole was trying to play hardball with me right. So what do you know about how the dance recital goes from what we've talked about so far. My understanding is that he tried to sit with them mm-hmm and they said no you can't with your family and he perceives this as a huge sleight. Of course yeah. And it's actually even more passive than that. What happens is that Nicole doesn't specifically save a seat for him the guy and he gets there late as usual and colden save a seat for him and so he has to go sit somewhere else? So it's it's an it's important to make that distinction distinction clear and this to me is so typical of the kind of abuse. We've seen from him so far. where it's like Nicole failed to anticipate the very specific vic thing and what I would want and would make me feel valued rally I am? I do not doubt that from her experience of being married to him and of being and this what their relationship has become after the worst. I'm sure that she did know that he would feel slighted by that right. Like the whole point of this is that she's not tying herself into knots. What's to try to keep him from boiling over right? Also these are often the symbolic battlegrounds on which toxic relationships wage war. You're right these little things of like. I told you. Divide two percent milk whole milk. And you know. I can't drink home like these little things that to any outsider would be like whatever sitting at different Seton go chat with them afterwards but people within those relationships this is like a front in a long campaign of what he perceives leaves as constant slights constant cutting him out of the relationship and what probably her feels like. Well he fucking shows up late to everything you can't rely on this guy for anything. I'm sick of saving seats for this guy. Why would I even expect? Necessarily that. He would show if he you know Mrs other important events. Yeah they're both perceiving it as this completely symbolic act which it is which everything is in family. Wasn't there some famous thing where there was some count that they liked..
"oj" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Of course he was the racist cop who was on the scene investigating waiting the the OJ the murder of OJ's wife and friend and later turned out. He was a racist cop who had a history story of prejudice against African Americans. No evidence that he tampered with with the evidence but it was enough to raise doubts for the members of the jury that wanted to believe. OJ's version of events. And I thought you know Peter Struck is the Mark Furman of the investigations into Donald Trump. A guy who was the top. FBI Agent Investigating Trump and Russia crossfire hurricane McCain and had these clear bias against the president. No evidence that he tampered with evidence or did anything improper in in his official duties but the fact that he came from a place of extreme prejudice against Donald Trump. What a a lot of people would think would be for good reason but no question what he was writing? He was the Mark Furman of the Russia investigation. Yeah I guess so. Well Although Muller identified that early and fired the guy a mature that he was not connect. No he did he. He booted him off the case but it began crossfire. Hurricane began premolar as the common thread. I think Michael between all these Back to OJ Simpson The Bill Clinton impeachment that we covered now the trump impeachments. It really comes down all at the end not to the facts of the case it comes down to one question. Which side are you on? That was Clinton Jaren old lefty folk song. Which side are you on woody? Guthrie come on my museum. They're going to help us mark. So you in this piece you wrote you right with great insight on the perception of trump supporters Out there this must have gotten you also to think a little bit about about the reality of it and I guess that's what I want to ask you which is the perception is clearly that the the professional classes you put the insiders the elites have stack the decks against us and I guess the question is how do you actually sort of analyze that premise. Do you see it that way or is there something else going on here that in our culture I mean the tribalism for example apple all of the other kinds of structural issues in our politics that have driven people apart and driven people to want to support Donald Trump. So what what is the reality here ear behind these perceptions in your view. Well I don't accept the reality is of course I wouldn't and this is probably my own tribalism at work. Somebody would say but the I don't accept the idea that are non ideological media like politico are sort of hopelessly biased or or or carrying it agenda that that's not the tradition That Michael and I he grew up in At The Washington Post or you did earlier in your career Daniel I do just reject that. I do think it's certainly true that that a lot of Democrats were on the record. Even from the very beginning of the administration wanting to impeach trump and many trump supporters view it through that prism look. Look look if it wasn't this to be something else you want to victim from office. It's my guess my great concern. It's a concern about our business in the media and it's concerned turn more. Broadly about the political culture is that we've lost some of our mechanisms of accountability because if any factual matter can be be looking at face value but only through the prism of whether it's a weapon or a shield and some kind of ideological war if every institution is affected by hi This mentality which side are you on. It really weakens the ability of culture a political culture to impose accountability. It's really hard hard to see. People have made the point many times. It's really hard to see a repeat of nine hundred seventy four with Nixon when his time was up when Republicans blekinge came to him and said Mr President. We are now with you. If it had only been which sign on and Democrats he my wealth so so then what is the levers of our muscles of accountability. They've got to be pretty weak. So then the the follow up column maybe should be what do you do about it. What is the prescriptive element here? I don't really have an answer to that except that I think what's going to change. This is is one side or the other in our politics is going to win decisively in a way that we haven't in for twenty years or maybe early forty years. Reagan had had a big big victory and was able from that point on to sort of impose certain assumptions in the political debate. But starting with kind of Gingrich and Clinton it's been essentially essentially a jump ball in battle for power and I think until the pendulum decisively shifts. You'RE GONNA have investigations as a form form of partisan combat. You're going to have a mentality that nobody believes what the other side is. is saying and that everything is geared to the next election the next battle. How would you expect to see? A trump like figure emerge on the left as well in other words. This is not just a phenomenon of of the right in our politics. It's not but I do think Democrats is historically the party that believes in government and has a lot of affirmative -firmative uses for government is not likely to move to somebody. WHO's so contemptuous government? Because you've got natural fit Bernie ZANDER's and to some extent and Elizabeth Warren who they're tapping into a lot of the same anger and contemptuous status. WanNa blow things up up and yet. They're staying within the rules. They're not finding alternative realities alternative act contemptuous of institutions a government or institution. Asian or broadly whether to the media whereas a lot of conservatives that's the essence of trump. They are contemptuous they are in a nihilistic frame of mind they do want to blow it up couple couple of great lines in the piece really limped out of me one right towards the top with talking about the responses. You got with sincerity candor. And even even a measure of wistful idealism. People shared their views of a political and media culture. They believe is cynical at its core if almost nothing his on the level almost anything goes. Yeah I think that That describes the world. I see I don't know if Michael the world is it is is it is reality right now and I wonder just following the impeachment drama as it plays out and I want to get get to your own reflections Twenty years later on Clinton impeachment versus this one but yeah we heard so much from the Democrats. Let's in November and December about the urgency of impeachment about how trump was a clear and present danger to the Republic a public and this needed to be done right away and then we get to the articles passing the house on a purely partisan basis basis. And as we sit here at this moment now this may change very quickly but as we sit here three weeks later after the articles past Pelosi has yet to deliver them to the Senate and seems to be plant. Engaged in this game of Political Gamesmanship with Mitch cacahual and I just wonder if you think that you know will feed the view of this whole thing as being cynical to its core. I mean for people who are predisposed to believe that it will. I don't personally think it's fair when people describe it as urgent they didn't mean an urgent. The sense of a ticking bomb like in a James Bond on movie and the thing will be diffused with seven seconds to go or something. I think they meant urgent. In the sense that if an institution allows the another institution of government to just be contemptuous of a of its demands or constitutional responsibilities. You fundamentally we can the institutions in a long term way and you sever that that kind of muscle of accountability and so in that sense. I think this would be what Pelosi would say like like if I if we acquiesce to this. If we yield to this defiance how do we ever reverse that press but having donut having done it. Why why not pull the trigger and take it to the next level? Or what is the advantage of it sitting there clearly. She's not going to get Mitch McConnell to cave on the rules. Now what do they think that they can get a handful of Republicans squirming to. Do you think they're squirming. I think the optics of this are actually not helping the vulnerable a not putting pressure on vulnerable Republicans like Susan Collins is or is not is is not that I don't exactly see how this is accruing now to Democrats advantage but I don't think it's necessarily hypocritical. Would she democrats I think particular Speaker Pelosi. We're trying to institute to assert institutional responsibility and they saw all that effort beans or before or ignored by the other chamber. This is like I don't think it's I don't think it's hypocritical. ERTA try. Let me let me actually go back to the Clinton impeachment. Because I think there's another point that I think indicates why some of those things that could have fed some of these cynicism that exists exists right now and to the point of your column which I went back and I looked and Schumer back then when Clinton was going to be on trial he voted for an immediate dismissal. Yeah he voted against bringing witnesses to the trial. And then you look at like Lindsey Graham. You know he he was four witnesses is he was a house manager and he is right and he is flip flopped on their positions from twenty years. and that's exactly what McConnell said just recently McConnell. who was asked about this? He said yeah go back and look how he basically said. We're it is tribal. Go back and look at our records. Everybody has done this. But isn't that why I to some extent the voters who are writing to you feel the way they do with those voters are right right. And that's what I'm saying is a political process. It's not a if not. What was the line? If nothing is on the levels on the level anything anything goes we actually wrote. Almost all my yeah. I didn't want to be unfair to the people I was quoting because I yeah so I throw that and I think they would see that almost nothing is on the yeah. Hopefully they're still a few things but there are precious few. I think That are on the level that the right it's infused with politics takes and it's easy to find hypocrisy and I could have written a whole article just flipping it from the Democratic Perspective and gone collected all those examples Schumer. I thought this was more relevant because not a Democrat who's pressing the United States. It's a requirement and listen on Pelosi's posturing I think it's like doc. Allot of things in Washington. There is a high minded explanation for it and justification for what she's doing but there's also clearly a political talk to her working. Yeah I mean I think it's it's much more narrow than that. You Got State of the Union coming up first week in February. She doesn't want the trial to have taken place and him to go give his State of the union claiming vindication and being you know getting the thunderous applause from all the Slo Chamber after the Hangzhou President Trump to be delivering state of the Union while while the trial is going on. And you know if she she holds off for a little while longer you know she may get that and You know it colors is the bill and there's going on right. There's a lot more Senate Democrats who would rather be an eye and New Hampshire. Should I'd say we're taping this on Thursday afternoon. McConnell said today Senator Baucus he expects the trial next week which means the expects Pelosi to to deliver on Friday we will see and our listeners will know by the time they're presumably listening to this but we didn't think that she would be able to hold out this long we I didn't and I listening to are today our news conference. She seemed Pretty Cagey. She said. No probably soon. When I'm ready he is the way she put it Clinton impeachment? You covered it. You wrote a great book about The Clinton presidency and then and now the way Clinton handled old impeachment versus the way trump is handling it similarities differences. Well much more struck by the differences. Bill Clinton decided that he would survive this. If he could convince people that he was more worried about their problems as he liked to say that he was about is and so there was this phrase. I think I helped inflict on people at the time compartmentalization and certainly you adopt came into a lot of my copy. I think must been somebody over at the White House and we kind of bought it at the time because is it was true. You Know Clinton would appear give speeches. Impeach wouldn't pizza would never come up. I think it was only later after the presidency and I went back to it and wrote a book really yes. It was true in terms of the public image president inside the White House. He was of course he was conceived the rages he baits such I- Pricey basically lost year of his presidency and he lost much more than that because he had a project that he saw his second term as being likely to carry out or if he was going to he was going to move the center of the country in the same way. That Ronald Reagan did he saw himself as somebody who was a great unifier and could basically create a new democratic Arctic party from the center that would last for generation after that was his ambition that was completely demolished by the Lewinsky scandal and in the impeachment and we're had no choice but to do everything he could to keep Disparate elms the democratic coalition behind him and and he basically lost his second term and he lost What would it could have been the possibility of really creating something? Big there'd be Clinton it just like reaganism but instead there was allegations of a vast right wing conspiracy right. I mean the imperatives of the right what you need to do to win the knife fight and look so much of what trump has done publicly on twitter time and again to excess was being done regularly by the Clinton White House. He's just more transparent well of course in it surrogate so I never had those aspirations because trump's entire political strategy is is the base. He doesn't want to build something bigger Daniel. That trump has done the Clinton would actually in certain plum loved to have done Clinton despised. FBI Director Louis.
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"Michael ISIKOFF chief investigative eight of correspondent for Yahoo News. I'm Dan Kleinman editor and chief of Yahoo News so just a few days ago we all thought we are on the precipice of war with Iran. The Iranians were vowing revenge in the wake of the Assassination of General Sumani ordered by president trump trump everybody was expecting a pretty swift and potentially lethal response from the Iranians. And then they fire off these these missiles that don't hurt anybody at A. US Air Base Not Americans nor Iraqis and it seems as though Oh we dodged a bullet or dodged many missiles you can say precise Laura. Yeah I think. In in hindsight the likelihood likelihood of really hot war with large amounts of troops on both sides and invasions and tanks. I think that was not likely it was scary it. It looks like that's where we're headed but it was not in either side's interest to pursue that kind of clash. I do think that it's going to be ugly for a long time. I think all the conditions and dynamics are still there for a long and bloody proxy war Asymmetrical Warfare I. I think there's going to be a lot more bloodshed going forward. The Iranians want America out of the region. I think they feel like they have momentum the Iraqis after all the voters in their parliament to kick us out now that was a draft legislation. That may not happen now but I think that is where things are headed did and it isn't that the way they were ever since trump pulled out of the The nuclear deal Iranians have stepped up their attacks on. US interests in Iraq and elsewhere in the region. They've stepped up their support for Hezbollah for the Islamic Jihad in in Gaza for the Hootie rebels in Yemen. So I'm not yet sure how this fundamentally changes the dynamic of where we were. Look I I heard of custom Silla Mani in two thousand. When I was a foreign correspondent based in Jerusalem and I was covering the withdrawal of Israeli forces from southern Lebanon which they occupied for a couple of decades Sulamani was running that Hezbollah insurgency against the Israelis as I remember in the last weeks of the Israeli occupation visiting Israeli soldiers in their bunker? I'm still haunted by the frightened faces of those soldiers who were fearing the next suicide bomber the next roadside bomb the next rocket that would hit their bunker. It is a slow bleed strategy and it is highly effective and they don't need Sulamani to run it. The Iranians have been doing this with their proxies for generations. Now so oh. They've got time on their side. And we don't and I think either there will be a swift withdrawal or they'll be a long bloody eh withdrawal. I don't think it ends well for the United States under either scenario. Yeah but look I. I'll just make one final point on. This is before we give the Iranians too much credit for their military prowess at first when we learned there were no casualties on that airbase missile attack. We thought a lot of people thought that the Iranians may have deliberately steered their missiles away from where. US troops and Iraqi troops as it turned out were stationed at the airbase but now that we learned today as we speak that it was a Iranian missile. That shot down an airplane airplane taking off from their own airport. It makes you wonder if You know maybe they are as screwed up as our military sometimes minds is certainly in aiming after potential threats but look we we should be talking also about what may be. He is finally on the eve of an impeachment trial. We don't know Pelosi was is still withholding those articles as we speak but McConnell analyst just told his caucus he expects the trial to begin next week you know I I just don't know how much Pelosi is gained by withholding holding them. She certainly put the focus on whether there's going to be a vote for witnesses or not but even if you take McConnell's finals own rules you know from the proposed rules based on the Clinton impeachment. It seems to me once the opening arguments since are done there will be motions to call witnesses and those Republican senators who are facing reelection. Action will have to vote anyway. Yeah the point I think of Pelosi's strategy here was to put more pressure. Sure on those senators. If they had gone straight to a trial there would have been less time. There's been a public debate about this question of whether there should be witnesses and the theory theory was that that was going to put more pressure on the Susan collinses and the Lisa Murkowski's and the Cory Gardner World. You know. Maybe that she waited too long and at this point like everything else in our politics everything moves so quickly it's already been baked in. It's already been discounted and maybe it won't have a significant impact on on those senators senators. This is hard to predict. It's going to depend very much on the dynamics in the individual states and races and and you know what those individuals senators facing acing and we just don't know one thing that did happen during this interregnum is John Bolton the former national security adviser who widely believed believe by Democrats anyway to be a critical witness potentially one that would be very harmful to president. Trump came forward put on his website that he now would respond to a subpoena in the Senate trial. And so we'll have to see what I have to say. Count Me Skeptical on that front. That Bolton is really gonNA stick it to trump. He's kind of hinted at that. But you know this is a guy. Conservative live Republican ideolog for decades loyal to his party and his vision of the world and I should point Out that on the he made the announcement posted the announcement of his willingness to testify on the website of his Super Pac Bolton pack. And it's right above a previous release announcing that the Bolton SUPERPAC had endorsed for re election and presumably will be funding. The campaign will be funding. The campaigns actually making contributions to the campaigns of Tom. Cotton of Arkansas Cory Gardner of Colorado Colorado Thom Tillis of North Carolina Zinger in the house. Kin Zinger in the house and Lee Zeldin most of those pretty solid trump supporters. So the idea that Bolton is going to be the guy who brings trump down. No I don't see see that. He is not the difference between acquittal and removal from off. So what are the Democrats getting their. Here's what he is going to have to iffy testifies he he is going to be testifying presumably publicly released a videotape deposition to all the things that we heard he said and did in those house hearings which she's saying that he didn't want to be any part of this drug deal. That was being cooked up on Ukrainian and Sunlen by the price. And that's the key that is and what doesn't go if somebody doesn't go beyond what we already know. Look it will not be decisive still still. It's a real person. It's it's it's the closest adviser to the president in this whole process testify publicly. If I'm the Democrats I'm GONNA take that. Of course. Of course. It may be mildly at this point. Yes it is a constitutional process but Democrats are clearly looking at this almost almost a third of the way into a presidential election year as a way to hurt trump. This may hurt trump. A little more we will be discussing that and related matters with our our first guest. Our old colleague John Harris. So let's get on with it Lou We are now joined by our old Washington Post colleague later founding editor of politico. Oh John Harris John Welcome skulduggery. Thank you so much so fascinating piece. You had in politico about the mindset mentality of trump's supporters. Something we've all speculated about for quite some time tell us the genesis genesis of this piece and what you found well Michael. I've got a perspective like you in that. The Clinton impeachment isn't distant history. It's a one. Yeah I remember pretty well and we believe offered and so when you start talking about impeachment. It's natural I think for me to have these. Comparisons between what Republicans thought then and in what they think now and I have a hard time understanding how somebody could be outraged by bill. Clinton's conduct feel that it warrants. It's constitutional remedy removed from office and at the same time. Be totally cool with what trump did and said that impeachments outrageous. I don't have if somebody is problem with somebody saying both are outrageous need to go. I don't really have a problem. Somebody same both. I really not that big a deal to have some perspective and step back. They don't the two things don't seem incompatible to me but in the spirit that I think we as journalists should try to have curiosity before judgment I'll ask and so before the holidays. I did a column saying saying what can you tell me what you think trump defenders and tell me how you would think what you would think if the facts were exactly the same in the Ukraine matter except Hillary Clinton was was president. I want to hear from you minister. I heard from several hundred people and Bunch of the responses pretty good now my first reaction to that is so you're the editor of politico. We all read it inside the beltway here. But you've got several hundred trump supporter readers out there. Well I mean these are certain immature. We have many anymore agree to write me and most did it in good faith which was for me a good feeling because I was asking in a spirit of good faith and I didn't know how many people would just respond with invective and insults profanity and all the rest a few but not most and they gave me their views. And so why was I found it interesting into the mindset of how people justify their behavior we all right and I write sometimes about the tribalism Lizama politics which is fine for describing groups. It doesn't really do much to eliminate house. Specific individuals get from point a to point point. Beat I've never heard anybody say. Wow I just tribalism I just do. Whatever my tribe seems to be doing and I surrender independent judgement and just do that? Nobody justifies his own views that way and in fairness I never hear I usually hear people invoke tribalism to describe the behavior other people not the behavior of themselves that was interesting in their responses. which is you guys journalists for Washington professional class? You guys are a tribe too right well so John. There was one of the readers made an analogy to a kind kind of spectacle and criminal case that we are all very familiar with and covered back in the day they kind of crystallized this mindset in a lot of ways and that was OJ. Tell us about that reader and all along email and he started out and he thinks so. Trump is narcissistic. I can't remember all the adjectives. They use a basically a horrible person. Wait a minute I I want to hear. From trump defenders. Hang on. He'll get there what this reader said one he thinks trump is fundamentally strong person and has done well with the economy and but the main thing this Oj came in is the obsession with that. The people pursuing trump are not on on the level and so just as a lot of people could end up supporting. OJ Simpson's acquittal. Even though they thought he was guilty because the system was rigged rigged. The police. Were racist that this person says look we can support trump with all his flaws his character flaws and some of the flaws in his record. Because this game your Game The Washington game is not on the level. So this guy's line was he is our OJ which really. That's a great headline. I think we'll make it the name the title for this podcast but I gotta say without fully going there. I did a long way over the last year. Draw some analogies you remember Mark Furman..
"oj" Discussed on Not Guilty
"Simpson had fled. The investigators choked back the bitter taste of failure as they reported that the suspect was gone. Meanwhile they searched. OJ's home for any a clue about where he'd fled to hopefully he hadn't already gotten out of the country soon. They found a letter that suggested an even grimmer grammar conclusion it read. I can't believe what is being said. Most of it is totally made up. I know you have a job to do but but as a last wish please please please leave my children in peace. Their lives will be tough enough. I want to send my Lovin Kevin. Thanks to all my friends. I wish we had spent more time together as I leave. You'll be in my thoughts based on this text next the police could only conclude that Oj Simpson rather than face. Murder charges planned to kill himself. The team's disappointment point was palpable as they left the Simpson House that afternoon vanatter and Lang could feel success. Slipping through their fingers. The entire K ace had come together so easily. They had a wealth of evidence. A motive and a cooperative suspect. Now it seemed that Nicole Brown Simpson. MM Senator Ron. Goldman might never get justice. The thought was devastating. But they weren't going to give up yet. If there was one one benefit to having a celebrity as a person of interest it was that he was recognizable around two PM. LAPD commander David. GASCOYNE hosted a press conference he labeled OJ Simpson a wanted. Murder suspect an hour later. Her District Attorney Gil. Garcetti elaborated further. OJ was missing and as he put it. Nobody knows where he is. Both speakers warned that if anyone was found cooperating with the alleged killer there would be dire consequences in addition they each called for the public to contact the police with any information regarding. OJ's whereabouts the first tip came from OJ himself at at five fifty one PM. He called nine one one announcing his intentions to shoot himself in the head. He said I WANNA go with Nicole. That's all I WANNA do. That's all I've been trying to do while. Dispatchers tried to trace a location for the call other reports started pouring in witnesses had seen. OJ In the back seat of a white Ford Bronco. His friend and former teammate. LINEBACKER AL cowlings was was driving down the five freeway in Santa Ana. OJ had a gun to his own head within minutes. Several police cruisers were dispatched and the chase was on but the juice had built a career on amazing runs. uh-huh he had years of experience. sprinting down the field. Dodging defensive football players now. He applied that same kind of focus to his escape. It wasn't just the police who were closing in on. OJ As news got out that the celebrity was driving down the highway trying to escape the cops cops. Reporters converged on the scene choppers crisscrossed southwestern Los Angeles airing live broadcasts about the pursuit it. It was a Friday night but people around America sat at home glued to their TV sets. Ninety five million viewers watched as the the White Bronco merged from the five to the ninety one west leading the squad. Cars back towards Brentwood two out of every three television vision sets on at the time were tuned to the juices attempted escape. Los Angeles is infamous for its high speed speed police chases but OJ's drive played out in slow motion. The Bronco crawled along rarely exceeding thirty miles per hour. And the pursuing squad. Cars didn't WanNa pull to close or try to run him off the road. OJ still had. The gun's barrel pressed against his face and the risk that he might attempt suicide was too high instead they deflected traffic away from the road and followed him at a careful speed and cautious distance in an effort to bring things to a peaceful conclusion. Detective Lang connected to Oj. Simpson's cell cell phone at five fifty six. PM He talked to the suspect throughout the chase urging OJ to pull over and surrender. His is gone the juice meanwhile vacillated between threatening to harm himself and begging to be allowed to return home eager to keep the suspect suspect on the line and to deter him from firing Lang relented the cars would follow OJ to Rockingham Avenue and apprehend him in his own driveway. Finally after an hour and a half the Bronco merged onto the four. Oh five from there. It exited did into a familiar neighborhood. Brentwood while the police scrambled to chase. OJ safely fans recklessly. Hit the streets to cheer on their favorite football star. People poured out of their apartment complexes in houses crowding the residential blocks spectators waved handmade paper signs with hastily scrawled marker messages like we love the juice and save the juice just before eight PM. The Bronco pulled into OJ's driveway. Thanks to Los Angeles's long summer days. It was still bill. Bright outside and dozens of people flocked to watch the arrest while some officers strung up police tape and focused on crowd control others turned their attention to OJ himself who still sat in the car gun in hand refusing to step out for a tense. Our police negotiated with their suspect. He still have begun press to his chin. He still insisted that he the intended to kill himself. And detective vannatter wasn't willing to let his suspect escape trial even in death the sunset and finally under the relatively private cover of night. OJ climbed out of the Bronco perhaps ups that was what he'd been waiting for all along a way to surrender without the crowd. Seeing he was immediately disarmed and handcuffed coughed. When the police searched the bronco they found a passport nearly nine thousand dollars in cash and a fake beard clear evidence that Oj had planned to flee the country than adder and Lang once more breathed a sigh of relief that they'd managed to nab OJ before his escape? But they'd have no opportunity to celebrate the arrest. The highly publicized. OJ Simpson murder trial. Trial would prove to be lengthy stressful and grueling. The proceedings would completely alter public perception of the L. A. P. D. and Van Adar's and Lang's credibility as investigators forever. Thanks for listening to not guilty will be back Thursday with the trial of the century. Own J. Simpson's ten month long murder hearing not only did. OJ's case become a media sensation..
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"Wherever you're listening? It really does help us. This week will look at the Nineteen Nineteen ninety-four murder of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson ex-wife of NFL superstar OJ. Simpson wants detectives. Actives uncover Nicole's history of domestic abuse. They'll follow a trail of bloody clues right to their top suspects door next next week. We'll recount one of history's most famous murder. Trials and explore how race relations media sensationalism and accusations of police misconduct is conduct all led to Oj. Simpson's highly controversial not.
"oj" Discussed on Not Guilty
"On July Twenty Second Nineteen Ninety Four. The courtroom was packed so tightly few people could move move or breathe. The press made sure to capture every moment. Police lawyers the accused the judge and the bailiff were framed in camera. Lenses and recorded by microphones. It was forty seven year old. OJ Simpson's arraignment. He was accused of murdering his ex wife. Thirty five year old Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend. twenty-five-year-old Ron Goldman on June twelfth. Nineteen ninety-four for a five day long investigation had led police right to him as their top suspect. It seemed like an open and shut case ace but things got a lot more complicated when the judge asked for OJ's plea he replied absolutely one hundred percent and not guilty his refusal to strike a deal meant that Oj's lawyers led by Robert Shapiro and the State's attorneys led by Marcia sure Clark were about to put countless hours days weeks and months into the juices trial and if the media storm around found only as arrest at arraignment were any indication they do so under immense journalistic scrutiny. Although it's traditional for cases to be tried in the jurisdiction where the crime is committed prosecutors filed in downtown Los Angeles instead of Brentwood. They reason that the downtown courts were larger and could handle the throng of reporters. who were sure to be on the scene besides amass rush of journalists Witnesses and lawyers would only choke the West sides. Already dire gridlock. Downtown seemed better equipped to absorb the increased traffic. The decision to file downtown did more than accommodate a media circus however it also affected the demographics of the Juror Pool Brentwood where OJ Simpson lived and Ron Goldman and a coal Brown Simpson. died was a predominantly upper class. White neighborhood downtown. La had a largely Latino and black population and when it came to the question of Oj's guilt the public was split down racial lines. James a July nineteen ninety. Four poll showed that nearly twice as many white respondents thought. OJ was guilty. Compared to black people polled Black Angelenos were roughly three times more likely than white citizens to believe in. OJ's innocence these differences of opinion could be traced back to the recent racially charged controversies surrounding the lapd most notably the excessively forceful beating of Rodney King thing still sent shockwaves through the city but the tension went back further than that in nineteen eighty to a twenty year. Old Black man named James Mincy was pulled over for a broken windshield during the course of the Stop. Police put James in a chokehold killing him. The arresting officer later tried to justify his behavior as ordinary police procedure. When asked to comment on the officers? There's brutal use of force police. Chief Daryl Gates only further stoked tensions. He said the move was more likely to kill black people bowl then quote.
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"Well anyway i dunno i just have mixed feelings about it i'm looking at a picture of him right now and let me just say it's really fricken eerie i dunno just the way he just the way he talks i really hope you guys get the look at this the way he talks the way he looks at the camera it's just like he's just ready to pounce like he's just ready to attack and i dunno to be clear i haven't seen like the people vs oj simpson or any sort of propaganda that might leave me one where another i'm looking at this with little information about the case 'em information i do have you know leads me to believe that he was guilty but that's not what we're talking about here were talking about how he just has this twinkle in his eyes that leads me to believe in safe in any way shape or form and you know the internet is a powerful tool so anybody can do anything they want with it and hunt people down so to speak but with that being said i wanna move onto another topic this a this past weekend i went to the movies and i saw toy story four which by the way was great if you haven't seen it you probably should 'em i get the feeling that this is pretty much wrapping up the series so if you've seen others in the series you might want to take a look at this one or consider going to see it at some point whether you see it in the theater and on of course it's up to you but it's definitely worth viewing if you've seen these others 'em but during my movie going experience.
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"Is it possible that OJ Simpson is going back to prison in the morning the number one hit music station one of seven five please E. L. is it possible that OJ Simpson is.
"oj" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"And looks like he's guilty that took a long time to happen and it was because of the goodwill he built up which is what made the whole racial element of that trial so ridiculous he really he transcended race oj simpson was just a superstar everybody does why hurts used him for their commercials all the time it's white guy movie roles that's why the nfl used him as an analyst even though he's not that good it was oj simpson and everybody loved him so we're gonna put him on we're going to play some of the clips from last night which are staggering if you if you missed it you're gonna wanna see these even if you saw it you want might wanna see him again and and go over this because it's staggering triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninetythree cosmo hurts kids mission is to make cosmopolitan magazine subject to material harmful to minor laws in every state that way it can't be sold to children under eighteen why well because victoria hearst whose family's company the hearse corporation actually publishes cosmo she's not trying to drive them out of business or censor the magazine anyway she just wants it not to be sold to kids under eighteen because it definitely contains pornography if you don't believe that take a looks just at you don't even have to go inside the magazine we'll get a cover i believe it's this month's heat up sex sizzling four techniques and then immediately under that warm toys for your hot spots.
"oj" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"His thing is if he makes a mistake the entire world is going to know about it and i don't know if you really understands what that means in this day and age oh my biggest concern is the stories of redemption and i know that they're probably inevitable and i'm with you i would like to just go yeah and yeah road j for the final chapter of his life and him i'm very concerned about the number of people who will be seeking notoriety by associating themselves with him including those who seek to write some sort of redemption story form that he doesn't deserve yeah you know it's interesting i always i have this thing about separating oj from the case the case meant a lot of different things to society know for uh for blacks it met one thing brothers it meant something else oj himself i think has always sort of used situations to his advantage and i think it would be a mistake to look at him for people out there who are seeking that redemption story to to sort of by into the factor that he is this incredible guy but i don't know maybe prison did change them in some way but he he's you know prowess on the football field doesn't make you a hero in life i wonder if he learned that what would disappointed me i guess you could say about his hearing was really disappointed because i think he thinks a lot about himself such a good opportunity to say you know what lot times in my life i didn't take who i didn't take responsibility for what i did and this is one time where i will and i'm sorry didn't hear that from scratch just wonder what kind of person he is and if somebody is looking to write a new script to his life i i wonder if that's going to be an honest scr.
"oj" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy
"Uh oh j in the house reality tv show oj living in florida right he wants to be released applauded hours his request because it's worse family let's listen and everybody onto only because he won't be getting some sick bars all he could be getting some bars awful list the oj still don't know how to charm and air body go watch them too man or the craziest instrument on the pump completely in sold on oj shit whatever it is now question do you gotta oj documentary to get oj movie we getting both because he no he got to get you gotta get part off about him coach in in in prison go live coverage enemies the show we got the dock now we need the movie a he was not coaching he was a commissioner of the league all he was the roger goodell very religious mumbo would take data accolade later others who was on i can't even take credit for that oj and a house that's porsche shuttles the porsche because he tweeted that not seen came take credit for their but that was fire idea so if you do happen somebody gotta run a check drew food aloof we're going to have like a a documentary about his post prison life the doocy lou through the juice is lose our top paul's it need be but i'll to land today just alive tweeted the you know what the lesson we got a reality show those probably would have been as this would be as good as.