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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 13 hrs ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports on on time time Merriam Merriam shuffling shuffling atop atop the the AFC AFC standings standings after after week week twelve twelve action action the the Baltimore Baltimore Ravens Ravens now now at at the the top top record record eight eight and and three three after after holding holding off off the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns thirteen thirteen ten ten Sunday Sunday night night but but lurking lurking right right behind behind the the New New England England Patriots Patriots who who won won their their sixth sixth straight straight knocking knocking the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans off off the the top top if if he he purchased purchased thirty thirty six six thirteen thirteen the the Packers Packers are are now now second second in in the the NFC NFC at at nine nine and and three three behind behind Donnel Donnel Arizona Arizona after after blowing blowing off off the the rams rams thirty thirty six six twenty twenty eight eight the the Buccaneers Buccaneers knowing knowing three three F. F. as as in in the the call call thirty thirty eight eight thirty thirty one one as as Leonard Leonard Fournette Fournette scored scored the the last last of of his his four four touchdowns touchdowns on on a a twenty twenty eight eight yard yard run run with with twenty twenty seconds seconds left left college college football football hours hours after after saying saying he he would would not not leave leave Oklahoma Oklahoma for for Ellis Ellis you you Lincoln Lincoln Riley Riley announced announced he he is is leaving leaving Oklahoma Oklahoma to to coach coach U. U. S. S. C. C. Riley Riley had had coached coached the the Sooners Sooners for for five five seasons seasons including including three three CFP CFP appearances appearances too too long long winning winning streaks streaks were were extended extended in in the the NBA NBA the the warriors warriors made made it it eight eight straight straight clipping clipping the the clippers clippers while while the the bucs bucs made made it it seven seven in in a a row row outpacing outpacing the the Pacers Pacers I'm I'm Tom Tom merry merry M. M. A. A. P. P. sports sports

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Fresh update on "packer" discussed on Rollye James

Rollye James

01:44 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "packer" discussed on Rollye James

"Last ten years ago but I don't practice fans who did this ten years ago and we kind of laughed at them and but it's a piece of memorabilia right Like people spend a $150 on a Jersey I guess you can resell that on eBay at some point But I don't know it's just I think it's also shows you where we are at with sports and the importance of sports for some people in their lives right They're willing to spend $300 on a sheet of paper I don't think the packers are the only one that would be able to do this I mean if you were the New England Patriots who have had so much success I think you would still get a chunk of fans that would buy a sheet of paper that said they somehow have a little bit of I don't even know I don't even like to say ownership because it's not but that's kind of what they sell it off as You know it feels like to me Tom is an NFT It's kind of an old school NFT right You're buying something that you can't do anything with but it gives you some personal pride But what if the team does well Tom denn does the value of that stock go up So if they win the Super Bowl maybe my $300 investment is worth 400 Does it happen like that You know you can look directly in the common stock offering proposal that's provided on their website and it is pretty clear you know no dividends no profit no valuation And you start scratching your head once you start to learn about this But no you either Now you can transfer it to if you have immediate family So I just want to let people know it could be part of an inheritance So there are benefits I guess Unlike an NFT though it is Kevin sorry about the stock certificate It's a physical thing I mean NFTs are not So you can hang it up I think maybe this was mentioned too besides being able to transfer it to immediate family members so it can go on through the generations You have access to special merchandise So you can spend more with the Green Bay Packers and It's a privilege But inflation is obviously then going to eat it away since it's not going to appreciate next year it will be worth 3% less but 5% less But is it redeemable though Can I at least cash it in and get my $300 back No You can not sell it It's non transferable Again the only way and again this is all spelled out in their memorandum Their stock offering The only way to transfer it is to immediate family That's it Kevin thinks that maybe you could pull this off with any team to Tom Brady's the quarterback of Are there other instances of stock like this Tom is this an outlier Yeah This is the only major league team in any sport I think that is established like this So it's pretty unique Pretty unique And I did see two that for what it's worth not that it matters all that much But the money is meant for stadium upgrades things like that Again they expanded Lambeau Field about 8 9 years ago after they raised I think it was a $140 million last time they did this I think the goal now is $90 million But they can't be the money can't be applied to player contracts If I read that correctly again for whatever that's worth but this is all basically a fundraiser if the packers needs some cash and they want to add a new wing to Lambeau Field for when you visit next time and upgrades to the stadium things like that but it doesn't from my understand it doesn't go to any player player cost or football operations or things like that Of course That's correct But Tom they could borrow against their wealth I mean I know this if that's what it was originally that's not what it is now I mean it's a little galling that people who have the kind of money they do to play their quarterback what they want to pay them are now asking average smooze in Wisconsin to help them with a field expansion I mean I would rather pitch it as kind of a trophy for the team You know it's a packer flag rather than in a helping them build another wing at Lambeau Yeah I would you know what's interesting too is as far as that goes I mean there are a benevolent group there are not profit they do help the community quite a bit So that's something you can hang your hat on Then their financial statements What the end of this is interesting is their financial statements are available They issue them Unlike other you can see them So for example if you look at their financial statements their income statements their balance sheets Last year their income was 509 million So just about half a $1 billion you can see what assets they currently have Their player costs are enlisted as an expense which was about 226 million last year So you can pull out their numbers which is interesting too That's available online They make all those numbers available to anyone who is going to quote unquote invest in organization Less common from you Kevin I got 20 seconds No disrespect to the fine people of Green Bay Wisconsin but what would they be without the packers right So I guess if you want to think of it that way I guess you are contributing to basically that tone in many different ways I think those are both really interesting points Okay guys I'm glad we were able to connect Tom 14 O principle at alpha wealth group And Kevin well listen for you with the Steve Bertrand on Chicago's afternoon news Thanks John It was.

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Heinicke, Washington spoil Newton's homecoming 27-21

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Heinicke, Washington spoil Newton's homecoming 27-21

"Cam Newton returned to bank of America stadium for the first time as Panthers quarterback but it was overshadowed by Washington's Taylor Heinicke who threw for two hundred and six yards and three touchdowns in a twenty seven twenty one win hi Nicky Mehta scrambling forcing to completion to tight end John Bates and a fourth down run on a bootleg to set up the go ahead field goal those plays coming back football you can just try to make something happen trying to find a little opening or little leverage on somebody and give a guy shot so night I remember doing that stuff and I was a kid on the backyard halftime Packer game so didn't did provide some big moments throwing two touchdowns and running for a twenty four yard score but he conceded he needs time to master the playbook I'm Ben Thomas

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Fresh update on "packer" discussed on Rollye James

Rollye James

00:58 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "packer" discussed on Rollye James

"How you doing John Good And for the first time ever hey Kevin are you there I'm here John I'm sorry I was busy buying some stock spine some stock of the Green Bay Packers So let's start there before we actually go to the numbers on this Kevin It's a publicly owned team There's publicly traded shares in the stock They take a lot of pride in that It's why do people buy shares of the Green Bay Packers So for the 6th time in the franchise history the packers are selling stock but it's not really stock You can't really make money off of it but this is what they do every so often it's the first time they're doing it in ten years They're selling off a chunk of stock and if they sell all of them it's $300 per stock I think the goal is to raise about $90 million These are essentially John donations to the Green Bay Packers from their faithful fan base That's really all it is They did it about ten years ago And raised a bunch of money that helped pay for expansion of Lambeau Field and some other upgrades here and there But if you do buy the stock it's really just a sheet of paper and I kind of get it if you're a fan you can frame it and put it in your sports bar your man cave your office whatever I guess it's something but this is something the packers have done It's like the mid 20s when they first started doing it to avoid bankruptcy back then And it does at least back then the idea was to allow this organization and the smallest market in the NFL by far Green Bay Wisconsin to have an NFL team And it helps them basically raise money That's all they're really doing It's basically a fundraiser for the organization Well there is something charming about it I mean could another the valuation of the team notwithstanding but could any other team pull something like this off Could the bear say hey if you want a certificate 300 bucks sign up here Well I was thinking about that because the idea this was what I read was essentially deep pocket owners They don't exactly have that with the packers They don't have your straightforward ownership They don't have like a mccaskey family or like a Jerry Jones with the cowboys It's a 7 board executive committee with a president Mark Murphy who represents the team They basically were grandfathered in by my understanding This was something the legal allowed them to do to raise money and stay in Green Bay But no no other team that I'm aware of is capable of doing something like this but you know if you were the bears and you were able to do it right Don't we kind of toss this idea around in the afternoon yesterday I think the bears would be able to sell quite a few of these Don't you John with this with the fan base for as much as bears fans love the team as frustrating as they can be I think if the bears were saying hey you know what We're going to sell some stock two It's not really stock You're basically just giving us money But it's to fund whatever the project may be or upgrades I think they would probably be able to sell a good amount of shares My gut reaction is no they wouldn't but if they said but it'll help us get a better quarterback You know what I mean It reminds me a little bit of the justification for putting lights at Wrigley Field Hey we know you don't want us to mess with Wrigley Field but if we get more money we'll get you a better team I don't think there's a lot of fan support for anything The bears organization is doing right now Yeah I see what you mean You could certainly make a I just think there are so many I know you died in the bears fans Okay so now hold on Here's Tom 14 We did connect with you Tom How are you Thanks for joining us Thanks for having me What's the valuation of the Green Bay Packers Tom do you know Well I can just expand a little bit on what Kevin said The value is you and the valuation of the stock No the value of the team How much does that team worth Well you know it always comes down anytime you sell anything it's like well whatever it sells for And a lot of times when these franchises sell they go for a pretty big money I think the last time I looked it was 2.6 billion maybe Kevin can count on it as well But I think it was around 2.6 billion that the packers were worth but they can't be sold technically I don't think there's a way they can be sold So I guess benefit Is this which is okay but see Kevin that's the thing I'm going to give them three You know how hard it is for people to make 300 bucks First you got to make 360 bucks Then they tax it and then you have 300 bucks So you're going to give $360 of your labor to a team that already is if they had to sell worth over $2 billion They've got a good quarterback They've always had a good quarterback I don't understand this Yeah don't forget about the handling fee John So you pay about $330 for one of these sheets of paper that again carry almost no value But look part of in a way the tradition of the Green Bay Packers again this goes back to like 1923 I think it was the first of the 6 shares they've sold off.

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Vikings outlast Rodgers, Packers 34-31 on game-ending FG

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Vikings outlast Rodgers, Packers 34-31 on game-ending FG

"Greg Joseph hit a walk off twenty nine yard field goal as the Vikings slid past the Packers thirty four thirty one Justin Jefferson made eight catches for a hundred sixty nine yards and a pair of scores in the victory very wildly Gladys team you know came through in the clutch and then the game finishing the game awesome great got to keep that's Justin Jefferson quarterback Kirk cousins threw for three hundred and forty one yards and three touchdowns in the win Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for three hundred and eighty five yards including a seventy five yard strike that comes in to await left on the clock that tied the game at thirty one but in the end the Vikings pull ahead at the buzzer Kevin foremost Minneapolis

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Fresh update on "packer" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "packer" discussed on AP News Radio

"AP sports on time Merriam shuffling atop the AFC standings after week 12 action the Baltimore Ravens now at the top record 8 and 3 after holding off the Cleveland Browns 1310 Sunday night but lurking right behind the New England Patriots who won their sixth straight knocking the Tennessee Titans off the top if he purchased 3613 the Packers are now second in the NFC at 9 and 3 behind Donnel Arizona after blowing off the rams 3628 the Buccaneers knowing 3 F. as in the call 3831 as Leonard Fournette scored the last of his 4 touchdowns on a 28 yard run with 20 seconds left college football hours after saying he would not leave Oklahoma for Ellis you Lincoln Riley announced he is leaving Oklahoma to coach U. S. C. Riley had coached the Sooners for 5 seasons including 3 CFP appearances too long winning streaks were extended in the NBA the warriors made it 8 straight clipping the clippers while the bucs made it 7 in a row outpacing the Pacers I'm Tom merry M. A. P. sports AP sports on time Merriam shuffling atop the AFC standings after week 12 action the Baltimore Ravens now at the top right corner 3 after holding off the Cleveland Browns 1310 Sunday night but lurking right behind the New England Patriots who won their sixth straight knocking the Tennessee Titans off the top if he purchased 3613 the Packers are now second in the NFC at 9 and 3 behind Donnel Arizona after blowing off the rams 3628 the Buccaneers knowing 3 F. as in the call 3831 as Leonard Fournette scored the last of his 4 touchdowns on a 28 yard run with 20 seconds left college football hours after saying he would not leave Oklahoma for Ellis you Lincoln Riley announced he is leaving Oklahoma to coach U. S. C. Riley head coach the Sooners for 5 seasons including 3 CFP appearances too long winning streaks were extended in the NBA the warriors made it 8 straight clipping the clippers while the bucs made it 7 in a row outpacing the Pacers I'm Tom merry M. A. P. sports AP sports on time Merriam shuffling atop the AFC standings after week 12 action the Baltimore Ravens now at the top record 8 and 3 after holding off the Cleveland Browns 1310 Sunday night but lurking right behind the New England Patriots who won their sixth straight knocking the Tennessee Titans off the top if he purchased 3613 the Packers are now second in the NFC at 9 and 3 behind Donnel Arizona after blowing off the rams 3628 the Buccaneers knowing 3 F. as in the call 3831 as Leonard Fournette scored the last of his 4 touchdowns on a 28 yard run with 20 seconds left college football hours after saying he would not leave Oklahoma for Ellis you Lincoln Riley announced he is leaving Oklahoma to coach U. S. C. Riley had coached the Sooners for 5 seasons including 3 CFP appearances too long winning streaks were extended in the NBA the warriors made it 8 straight clipping the clippers while the bucs made it 7 in a row outpacing the Pacers I'm Tom merry M. A. P. sports AP sports on time Merriam shuffling atop the AFC standings after week 12 action the Baltimore Ravens now at the top right corner 3 after holding off the Cleveland Browns 1310 Sunday night but lurking right behind the New England Patriots who won their sixth straight knocking the Tennessee Titans off the top if he purchased 3613 the Packers are now second in the NFC at 9 and 3 behind Donnel Arizona after blowing off the rams 3628 the Buccaneers knowing 3 F. as in the call 3831 as Leonard Fournette scored the last of his 4 touchdowns on a 28 yard run with 20 seconds left college football hours after saying he would not leave Oklahoma for Ellis you Lincoln Riley announced he is leaving Oklahoma to coach U. S. C. Riley head coach the Sooners for 5 seasons including 3 CFP appearances too long winning streaks were extended in the NBA the warriors made it 8 straight clipping the clippers while the bucs made it 7 in a row outpacing the Pacers I'm Tom merry M. A. P. sports

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NHL outbreak...Steelers virus cases...Packers stock

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

NHL outbreak...Steelers virus cases...Packers stock

"AP sports I'm guessing cool block Jimmy Garoppolo's when the forty Niners spoiled the rams debuts of von Miller and Odell Beckham junior with a thirty one ten win that San Francisco or upload tossed two touchdowns while Jimmie ward picked off LA quarterback Matthew Stafford twice Miller recorded three tackles well bekommen there's two catches for eighteen yards chase young season is officially over after the Washington football team announced the reigning defensive rookie of the year will undergo surgery after injuring his right leg during Sunday's upset of Tampa Bay in Major League Baseball news the Tigers agreed to a five year seventy seven million dollar deal with former red Sox left hander Eduardo Rodriguez according to an AP source the NHL has postponed three Ottawa senators games this week due to a Colbert nineteen outbreak that place ten players and cope with protocol in the NBA fined the Minnesota Timberwolves two hundred fifty thousand dollars after the team arranged a September work out for players in Miami in violation of league rules get some cool bar AP sports

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Fresh update on "packer" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "packer" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"North from Bellingham up to the Canadian border Today in Green Bay For those who lost their lives A moment of silence during the packers game for those who were hurt and killed in Waukesha one week ago today when a driver slammed through people enjoying a Christmas parade Now to Texas where actor Matthew McConaughey says no to a gubernatorial run As a simple kid born in the little town you valley Texas It never occurred to me that I would one day be considered for political leadership It's a humbling and inspiring path to ponder It is also a path that I'm choosing not to take at this moment He posted that to.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin with college football number one Georgia and number two Alabama they're headed for an eventual showdown both again winning on Saturday Georgia defeating Tennessee forty one seventeen with quarterback Stetson Bennett accounting for a pair of touchdowns and he says the coaches are diversifying the offense they gave us more plays to run more plays and run the ball and throwing the ball there was a more balanced effort at all going into until like the last the last few drives which is what you wanna you offense as for number two Alabama it was over early as they crushed New Mexico state fifty nine three Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young throwing for five touchdowns making coach Nick Sabin happy I thought we had great balance on offense without Bryce played really well on sack fumble really wasn't you know his fault continue the protection was better today but we we need to continue to try to you know shore up those things so that we don't get him hit elsewhere in the top ten number three Oregon number four Ohio state number six Michigan seven Michigan state nine Notre Dame and number ten Oklahoma state all winning their games but number eight Oklahoma suffering its first loss twenty seven fourteen at Baylor on the pro level Washington the biggest surprise in the NBA's Eastern Conference they're now nine and three after turning back Orlando with Miami Indiana Detroit Boston the LA clippers and Orleans just its second victory on the season the other winner Saturday night and HL Carolina now eleven into after getting by St Louis three to two pro football news the Green Bay Packers activating quarterback Aaron Rodgers off the reserve cobit list he will play against Seattle on Sunday but Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger he goes on that same list and will miss Sunday's game against Detroit and finally all of fame linebacker Sam Huff passing away at the age of eighty seven I'm David Shuster AP sports

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State Farm Stands by Aaron Rodgers After His Vaccine Comments

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

State Farm Stands by Aaron Rodgers After His Vaccine Comments

"I want you to hear the first sentence in USA Today to give you an idea that you're talking about a media that is the American media. That no longer even professed to separate opinion from news. Listen to the first sentence of the USA Today, which is just the left wing propaganda sheet. This is proof. Listen to the first sentence. Given a chance to repudiate the lies and misinformation spread last week about COVID-19 vaccines. By Green Bay Packers quarterback and company pitchman Aaron Rodgers State Farm punted. This is the writer Christine Brennan. I wonder if she went to which journalism school she went to Columbia University of Missouri. Given the chance to repudiate the lies and menace information spread last week. What lies in misinformation did he spread? I'd like to read further. Aaron Rodgers has been a great ambassador for our company, for much of the past decade, a company spokesman said in a statement to USA Today, sports Monday morning. We don't support some of the statements he has made but we respect his right to his own personal point of view. Do you know how rare that is in America? This was the most common thing, said in the United States about speech. We may not agree with you but we respect your right to have a different opinion.

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Selfish (MM #3883)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Selfish (MM #3883)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Aaron Rodgers has been in the news the last couple of days, not for how the Green Bay Packers are doing, but of course, for not telling the whole truth about being vaccinated for COVID-19 when he was asked to direct question before the season. A lot of people are weighing in, and the one thing I keep hearing is the word selfish that it has nothing to do with whether he wanted to be vaccinated or not. There are lots of people in the NFL that aren't vaccinated. We already know who they are, but he kind of said he was immunized. Everybody thought him being immunized, and he was vaccinated. He was being deceitful. He was being selfish. Because at the end of the day, if you know he's not vaccinated, you can try to stay away. Because he wouldn't wear a mask because everybody thought he was vaccinated. It's causing a lot of problems. What we haven't heard yet is how his teammates feel. We're hearing a lot of people weigh in, but not the most important people. Selfish is an interesting word to describe Aaron Rodgers. Scrubs a lot of people these days, not just about COVID-19. We live in a very selfish world. I guess it's true. We care about ourselves and nobody else. And that's scary.

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Selfish (MM #3883)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Selfish (MM #3883)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. Aaron Rodgers has been in the news the last couple of days, not for how the Green Bay Packers are doing, but of course, for not telling the whole truth about being vaccinated for COVID-19 when he was asked to direct question before the season. A lot of people are weighing in, and the one thing I keep hearing is the word selfish that it has nothing to do with whether he wanted to be vaccinated or not. There are lots of people in the NFL that aren't vaccinated. We already know who they are, but he kind of said he was immunized. Everybody thought him being immunized, and he was vaccinated. He was being deceitful. He was being selfish. Because at the end of the day, if you know he's not vaccinated, you can try to stay away. Because he wouldn't wear a mask because everybody thought he was vaccinated. It's causing a lot of problems. What we haven't heard yet is how his teammates feel. We're hearing a lot of people weigh in, but not the most important people. Selfish is an interesting word to describe Aaron Rodgers. Scrubs a lot of people these days, not just about COVID-19. We live in a very selfish world. I guess it's true. We care about ourselves and nobody else. And that's scary.

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Chiefs edge Rodgers-less Packers 13-7 in defensive slugfest

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chiefs edge Rodgers-less Packers 13-7 in defensive slugfest

"The chiefs relentlessly blitz Jordan love in a thirteen seven victory over the Packers love was nineteen of thirty four for one hundred ninety yards with a touchdown and an interception just being able to get a couple deeper throws down the field and see those completed I think that helped me a lot and obviously just being over the ball out quicker too when we picked up some more quick game stuff his touchdown pass to Allen Lazard with four forty nine left gave Green Bay a chance but the Packers finished with just three hundred one yards of total offense in ending a seven game winning streak love was in for Aaron Rodgers who missed the game after testing positive for the corona virus last week Patrick Mahomes threw for one hundred sixty six yards and a touchdown for the five and four chiefs I'm the ferry

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Kaulbach Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he sought alternative treatments instead of the NFL endorsed covert nineteen vaccinations Rogers told SiriusXM's Pat McAfee show Friday that he opted against the two main FDA approved shots because he is allergic to an unspecified ingredient the reigning NFL MVP learned he had tested positive for Colbert nineteen on Wednesday and will be away from the team for ten days including missing Sunday's game at Kansas city the Browns are cutting ties with former all pro wide receiver Odell Beckham junior Cleveland announced Friday it planned to grant the disgruntled twenty nine year old former first round pick his release after a tumultuous two and a half seasons dusty Baker is returning to manage the Astros for a third season after agreeing to a one year contract the seventy two year old Baker became the first manager in major league history to lead five different teams to the postseason as Houston fell to the Atlanta Braves in six games in this year's World Series yes in Coolbaugh AP sports

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 Packers QB Aaron Rodgers in COVID-19 protocol, out Sunday

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers in COVID-19 protocol, out Sunday

"Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is in the NFL's covert nineteen protocol he will miss Sunday's game in Kansas city against the chiefs coach Matt lafleur was asked more than once if the reigning NFL Most Valuable Player has been vaccinated you guys are trying in a round about way trying to get me the answer whether or not the guys vaccinated or unvaccinated and I'm not gonna I'm not going there back up Jordan love will start at quarterback Sunday the floor didn't speculate on how long Rodgers might be out back in August Aaron Rodgers was asked if he had been vaccinated yeah I've been immunized he added there's a lot of conversation around it those guys on the team that have been vaccinated

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Was Aaron Jones’ touchdown a touchdown?

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Was Aaron Jones’ touchdown a touchdown?

"The Packers came away with a twenty four twenty one win over the previously unbeaten cardinals that came with Kyler Murray threw an interception on second goal with twelve seconds remaining the pick came shortly after the Packers were stopped on downs near the Arizona goal line Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes to Randall Cobb as the Packers won their seventh straight since a season opening loss to New Orleans Rodgers was twenty two of thirty seven for just one hundred eighty four yards and no interceptions Murray finished with two hundred seventy four yards passing in two interceptions as the cardinals fell to seven and one I'm Dave Ferrie

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Packers defeat Washington 24-10 for 6th straight victory

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Packers defeat Washington 24-10 for 6th straight victory

"Make it six in a row for the Green Bay Packers Donnie nineteen fifties throwback uniforms and downing the Washington football team twenty four ten at Lambeau field Aaron Rodgers throwing touchdown passes to devante Adams Allen Lazard and Robert Tanya and the demand their first three red zone stops of the season twice on downs once on an interception in the end zone of Taylor Heinicke refer to it sixty eight yards and a score and led both teams in rushing with ninety five on the ground Washington slips to two one five while the six in one pack get ready to head to Arizona Thursday night mark Daniels Green Bay

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree major league baseball's NLCS the Atlanta Braves now hold a two oh series lead Eddie Rosario singled home the winning run in the ninth inning to send the Braves past Los Angeles Dodgers five to four we're sorry you had four hits for Atlanta in the NFL the Arizona Cardinals remain the NFL's only unbeaten team and continue their best start since nineteen seventy four Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six now with a thirty seven fourteen dismantling of the Browns also around the NFL on Sunday night football TJ white forced a strip sack of Seattle Seahawks starter Geno Smith in overtime as the Steelers moved to three and three on the year with a twenty three twenty when dak Prescott three thirty five yard touchdown pass to CeeDee lamb in overtime to give the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine victory over the patriots Aaron Rodgers passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Packers fifth straight win twenty four fourteen at Chicago the March Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the ravens frustrated Justin Herbert in a thirty four six stifling of the Chargers I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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Rodgers throws 2 TDs, runs for 1 as Packers beat Bears 24-14

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Rodgers throws 2 TDs, runs for 1 as Packers beat Bears 24-14

"Aaron Rodgers threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Packers defeated the bears twenty four fourteen rockers connected with Aaron Jones on one scoring strike and Allen Lazard on the other before scrambling for an eight yard touchdown run Rodgers has had a mastery over the bears over the years hello my name is on this field on average analysts and today was much like those of the monsoon starts out slow sometimes it won't even says in timely stops project together and it was still in the first in a wave of energy and by the way we finished in the last three quarters Jones added seventy six yards on the ground in for the game the Packers rushed for one hundred fifty four yards David Shuster Chicago

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Crosby hits 49-yarder after 3 misses, Packers top Bengals

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Crosby hits 49-yarder after 3 misses, Packers top Bengals

"Mason Crosby missed three consecutive field goal attempts before nailing a forty nine yarder to give the Packers a twenty five twenty two victory at Cincinnati Crosby missed two in the final two twelve of regulation and again in O. T. before sending the Packers to their fourth straight win I just want to so badly come through there you know its it's what I do and it's you know it has had a couple go go bad there and you know so I was really happy that that lost Aaron Rodgers threw for three hundred forty four yards and two touchdowns with Avanti Adams grabbing eleven passes for two hundred six yards and a score jamarr chase had six receptions for one hundred fifty nine yards in a long TD for Cincinnati Joe burrow threw for two hundred eighty one yards two touchdowns and two interceptions on the ferry

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Rodgers-Cobb connection helps Packers beat Steelers 27-17

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Rodgers-Cobb connection helps Packers beat Steelers 27-17

"After connecting thirty nine times during their first day years together Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb reunited and they connected two more times in the past twenty seven to seventeen win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Lambeau field Rogers also ran one in himself and Rafa's worker gave the Steelers an early seven nothing lead with a forty five yard touchdown Deontay John somebody also fumbled once and threw a late interception as the Steelers fall one in three hackers meanwhile have reeled off three straight to get the three in one mark Daniels Green Bay

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Rodgers rallies Packers past 49ers 30-28

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Rodgers rallies Packers past 49ers 30-28

"Mason Crosby kicked the game winning fifty one yard field goal as time expired as the Packers beat the forty Niners thirty to twenty eight Aaron Rodgers was twenty two of thirty three for two hundred and sixty one yards and two touchdowns Dante Adams had twelve catches for a hundred and thirty two yards including a one yard scoring reception for the forty Niners Jimmy Garoppolo's twenty five of forty for two hundred fifty seven yards and two TV's but he also threw an interception freelance entry sermon each with a one yard scoring runs both the Packers and forty Niners are now two on one on the season Brian Lee on Santa Clara

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"packer" Discussed on 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"packer" Discussed on 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

"And most of all procrastination. Oh i had all sorts of convincing reasons for putting it off. I'm too busy with my young kids. I don't know where to start with the technology. This just isn't the right time with my husband's job while all of those reasons may have had some true to them. I knew deep down that they were really a cover up for what was truly keeping me stuck procrastination at in my case it was procrastination. Fueled by perfectionism. This is something. I have battled my whole life. I don't like doing things unless i have the time to make them perfect. I don't like putting myself out there. When i'm not sure of the result but eventually i decided that i just had to do the hard scary uncomfortable. I don't know what i'm doing thing and start my dang podcast. My friends looking back almost four years later. I don't think i have to tell you that. I am so glad i did that. Three thirty has immeasurably blessed my life and the lives of mothers all over the world. One of the biggest blessings to me personally has been the amazing people. I've met through podcasting the guests on my show community members like you listening and other podcast hosts today on the podcast. I'm thrilled to interview. One of those special people who i only met because of podcasting and who has become one of my very best friends over the past several years. Monica packer host of the about progress. The focus of monica's podcast is progress over perfection. And in each of her episodes she gives listeners. Actionable strategies to make progress. Practical and sustainable. She's a momma for a certified optimize coach and an all around stellar human being and in today's episode. She's going to talk to us about procrastination. Why we do it and what we can do to stop doing it something else. You may know about monica. If you've been listening three and thirty for a while is that she and i actually co created an online school that teaches busy. Moms how to start and grow podcasts. We call it podcast university. And i'm thrilled to announce that it is open for enrollment again now with the brand new course on podcast monetization which includes all of our insights into how we've built our shows to the point that they create substantial income for our families. I want you to know that..

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"packer" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

08:06 min | 2 months ago

"packer" Discussed on Cardionerds

"Part one taking risks upsetting people and the ridiculousness of humanity friends before we began this historic journey remember that cardi nerds is an independent fellow founded educational platform with mission to democratize cardiovascular education they views expressed here do not reflect the opinions or policies if i were employers in hate help others find us by reading and reviewing the show. Now it's time to get nerdy. We nerd stand on the shoulders of giants. Those who have paved the way for the work we do with our patients and our science. They inspire us to innovate and to effect positive. Change in the world around us and today we get the privilege of learning directly from one such giant and role model. Doctor milton packer. But before we get there. I had the distinct honor of welcoming back and reintroducing docker shirley bobi carter's ambassador and fellow at the university of chicago. Charlene is one of the most talented and well rounded people. I know she is passionate about narrative medicine health equity and professional diversity and she affects positive change around her via her medical comic platform. Shirley world md. And i'm also very proud to say that charlene is now also a bonafide author sherline. Congratulations for having your first book accepted. And i know you're already working on your second. This is just absolutely remarkable. We feel so grateful to know you. Welcome back to the show my friend. Thank you so much for the kind of use of introduction on it. it's always a pleasure to be on cartoon words. I had the pleasure of introducing my cardiology big brother and soon to be co fellow. Doctor markham balcon. dr mark. Belkin is a third year cardiology fellow at the university chicago. It'll be staying to pursue a fellowship in advanced heart failure. Next year he's been involved with cardio nerds. The co-chairing are upcoming cardiac critical. Care series. Answering is a cardio nerds correspondent. He's interested in all things. Heart failure with specifically amex cardio jimmy shock and mechanical circulatory support. Thank you shirley. They're very excited to learn from doctor. Milton packer day. Dr packer requires no introduction. But i'll do my best to doom dust as far lesser. Dr packer is a distinguished scholar in cardiovascular science at baylor university medical center in dallas texas his head along illustrious career in research clinical care and mentorship. He's considered to be the father of the neural hormonal hypothesis. Apart billy nowadays most of us in cardiology internal medicine are well versed in the concept of guideline draft medical therapy which includes agents that directly affect mechanisms in their renan and utensil bostrom system and sympathetic innovation prior to the development of the narrow hormonal hypothesis. Heart failure was thought to be a syndrome that should primarily be managed by altering team dynamics however in nineteen ninety two following years of research. Dr packer published a landmark paper and made an astute observation that improving economics in patients with heart. Failure not seem to translate improved outcomes and posit that quote heart failure progresses because endogenous neural hormonal systems. That are activated by the initial injury to the heart exert a deleterious effect on circulation. Since then dr packers been the leading investigator for numerous landmark studies they get key role. In establishing corbeta lull to keep it trill thou sarney an amicable close any of the foundation of gmt. Just name of you is on the most influential figures in modern cardiology doctor. Packer thank you so much for joining us. Today cardio nerds. We are honored to have you thank you so much. I'm delighted to be here. I am really looking forward to this. We're gonna have a lot of fun. So dr packer in preparing for this interview. I will surprise to read that. You consider yourself a failed. Stand up comic. When was the last time you tried to do. Stand up and who were your comic heroes. Also if you have a chance. Can you tell us who your comedy is most similar to. Oh boy that makes a lot of assumptions. The first assumption is that i considered myself could be a comedian at one point in time that's That's a little bit of a stretch. What the truth is that. I was his standup comic. And i put myself through a college as a standup comic. But i was really awful at it. There was a local hangout at college. And i was one of the so-called comedians who rotated to tell jokes and this was in the late nineteen sixties and it was pretty easy to get a laugh by just making fun of the us government. So you know that that probably got me through the first ten or fifteen minutes of my routine. I typically went into the audience and tried to engage people in order to sort of be spontaneous and solicit some feedback. That might be entertaining. But god you know after a year. It didn't work and There's something else that. I learned from that experience which it was amazingly transformative. It's so interesting that you ask. Because i don't think anyone has ever asked me about this ever in my whole life so when when we're physicians whether we take care of patients whether we do research no matter what we do we do it in the context of a reputation which is built on what we've done before if If i give a lecture. It's in the context of hundreds of lectures. I've given before if i write papers. The context of all of the papers. I've written before and the result is that on at any given point in time i can do a great job or i can do an average job but people are very forgiving because my performance on that day is in the context of a career. Comedians don't have that luxury. The audience wants to laugh that night. They don't care if the comedian was funny the night before. They don't care if the comedian has a reputation of being unbelievably funny over the last year. If that comedian isn't funny that night it doesn't work so you can figure out very quickly that. Comedians are unbelievably insecure because they always have to perform at peak. And and and and it is. It's such an amazing really interesting human endeavor. The whole concept of comedy is can make people see the silliness of life and You know people make a contrast between comedy and tragedy. They think gee comedies. Happy tragedy is sad. No tragedy is about the nobility of humanity. Comedy is about the ridiculousness of humanity. So if you really want A high science do tragedy. Don't do comet. Wow what incredible insight you know. I am floored by that answer. And i think that as someone who's really devoted to narratives that this idea of your best performance having to be the night of your routine as a comedian brexit as a physician. A super intriguing. So thank you for that answer. I'm sorry then you shouldn't go ahead. I just wanted to respond to that. Let dr packer know how much he blew my mind..

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"packer" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

01:43 min | 5 months ago

"packer" Discussed on The Book Review

"Packer returns to the podcast with his new book. Last best hope. America in crisis and renewal. He was here of course for his previous book. Our man richard holbrook and the end of the american century and is the author of many books including the national book award winner the unwinding an inner history of the new america. The assassin skate. America and iraq blood of the liberals the waiting and towards. Welcome back to the podcast so good to be with you pamela. So this is an interesting book. A short book for you. You say in the book that you modeled this political pamphlets often written during periods of crisis. Can you talk a little bit about that tradition and why you chose to do that with this particular book. Well i love pamphlets. they're short. They're usually intense and urgent because they're responding to a crisis in a certain moment but if they're well done. They lost their books that you wanna read decades. Later some examples are common sense by thomas paine democratic vistas by walt whitman. Which influenced me in this book. Walter lippmann drift and mastery and george. Orwell's the line in the unicorn written during the blitz in in london in world war two. I was trapped like so many people by the pandemic. I couldn't move around report much. But i had a head full of ideas. I had lots of things going on in my head. And i thought the best way to use this time is to write a short book. While i'm quarantined that tries to figure out what i'm thinking and what i have to say about the moment that were ended so the the pamphlet form seemed like the right one for the circumstances that we were all facing

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"packer" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

08:13 min | 11 months ago

"packer" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Which was upon it after returning to the agency. I was turned over to the sheriff of sa- watch with whom i remained until the middle of july at this time. The sheriff amos wall asked me if i could realize what i had passed through in reply gave him as complete an explanation as i could head after which he told me to go away and not permit it to longer worry me and did as he advised so far as to the going away and after the lapse of ten years i was arrested in eighteen. Eighty five upon the charge of having murdered my companions the result of my trowel is well known to all how the supreme court grandma new trowel and how i was convicted of manslaughter upon five different indictments tried by one and the same jury receiving an accumulative sentence up forty years being eight years for each now my kind friend and conclusion permit me to say that i am today as ever before a member of the human family although isolated and away from that which is year to the heart of every man am i the villainous wretch which some have asserted me to be. No man could be more heartily sorry for the eggs of twenty four years ago than i am a victim of circumstances than of atrocious designs. No human being living can say that. I in cold blood with evil intent murdered mock companions upon that awful occasion what can be the object of martin taking their lives and a one ton manner at bear no malice towards living man. Even though i may feel that i have been unjustly dealt with still that supremacy which rules overall knows that. I forgive as out wish to be forgiven and this the darkest hour of my earthly existence. I feel as i have long felt that i would have far better off. Had my and taking place years ago and i might. Now be with those companions ghost. Assure sure you do not haunt me. Her if the soul has existence beyond this mortal life each and every one of those unfortunate men knows that i am innocent as it is there is some unexplainable power which trains my hand from freeing muscle hints all the brightness and the ferment of my earthly future is centered in the hope that i may eventually be given an opportunity proving to the world that i am quote unquote less black than has ever been painted and to all my conference i can but reiterate that heart today as before abounds with thankful gratitude for your many expressions of goodwill i should like to be set at liberty under the banner of a pardon but if that should not be deemed best i would gladly avail myself of the opportunity. That commute would give of showing. That ad came into existence under circumstances similar to that of others and that as deal possess a desire to live and do right. Oh my friend were it not for the flame of hope which forever burns within the human heart. Life would certainly be beyond endurance. Gratefully yours alfred. Packer this is governor. Charles s thomas's conditional parole on january seventh nineteen o one alfred packer number one. Three eight nine heretofore made application for parole. At which tom his case was examined and parole denied he has since renewed his application which has been approved by the properly constituted authorities the principal additional ground thereof being upon his bad physical condition. It is certified by the prison physician that he is suffering from hydra sale and bright's disease which with his advanced age makes his condition extremely precarious and continued confinement. Dangerous he also presents a petition signed by leading men of different sections of the state urging his release under the provisions of the intermediate sentence. Act without changing my opinion concerning the offense and because of the second recommendation and additional grounds therefore constrain to grant the application confining the prisoner nevertheless within the limit of the state of colorado. It is therefore ordered that the said application be granted and that said packer be paroled and permitted to go at large but within the state of colorado subject to the terms and conditions of said eggs and the rules prescribed and to be prescribed. They're under and the agreement to be signed by him as a condition thereof. So that concludes the court records. That i could find now. After alfred's death his head was cut off and preserved. Is in the ripley's believe it or not museum on display in the french. Quarter in new orleans louisiana. Do you think that he was a killer because he wanted to be. Should he have starved to death. If the case was he could only eat. What was there. Even if that means eating some of the meat of humans maybe desperate people really do take measures. Or maybe this was all enjoyment for him who knows gene. Fowler ralph carr herndon davis and fred missoula made the packer story really popular. The four of them formed the packer club for one dollar and fifty cents. One could buy a packer sandwich and an official membership card the card read. What the rumors were that. The judge said to alfred which was quote they were given democrats and hints dale county but you yom voracious man son of a bitch your five of them and quote at the bottom of the membership charter form. It continue to quote a agrees to eliminate five new deal democrats. Which makes me a member of the packer club of colorado in quotes even official quote unquote of alfred packer. Invitations were drafted and signed by the sheriff of hillsdale county according to the colorado encyclopedia and nineteen sixty eight students at the university of colorado and boulder renamed the student union restaurant. They alfred e packer memorial grill and in nineteen ninety eight author james e bank panned alfred packers wilderness cookbook. In addition. See you film. Students matt stone and trey parker who would later create the hit. Tv show south park produced. Cannibalism musical in nineteen ninety-three like packers companions. The film was short-lived. I'll live nagel. Porter has a poem. I guess that it says let's not condemn poor packer nor crowd. His soul with abuse though he hardly would marry approval hunger as a valid excuse. Politicians historians and authors have scoured his very less bone yet out to the timeless forever. His soul wanders alone. So my question to you is what would you do if you were stuck out in the wilderness with a few other people and they possibly die due to the elements and you can't find any food. What if that is the only way for you to survive personally. I think i'd rather just starve our in that situation because the thought of even trying to do that makes me extremely nauseous. So i think i would probably star but just may and what i think you know without being in that situation. So what do you guys think. I would love to know..

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"packer" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"packer" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Murder because he desired to killing to have something to eat because one of the stories. It's out there is that alfred says shannon killed four of the men that he killed shannon and self defense and since there was no food to be found. He said it came down to him having to eat the meat that was there. Which was that of the deceased man. Alfred said that that was the only way he could have survived. This was the second confession that he signed off on however he signed three confessions during all this time and all of his stories didn't match up. So where the real truth lies. I don't think we will ever know he couldn't seem to keep his laws straight about who killed him and how exactly where they killed. It's all a total mess. The only quote unquote truth is that alfred confessed each time to killing shannon after he came running at him like a wild man with a hatchet and that he did eat some of the dead men so he could stay alive. Those are the only two things that really remained consistent throughout most of his confessions. So a half tell you. After writing all of this. I found his confessions at colorado dot gov and i'm going to read these to you in length. It's a lot but phil is extremely important to do. And as always the precise link will be in the show. Notes burst packer. Confession may eight eighteen. Seventy four he says. Old man swan died i and was eaten by the other five persons about ten days out from camp four or five days afterwards humphrey died and was also eaten. He had about one hundred and thirty three dollars. A found the pocket book into the money sometime afterwards while i was carrying would the butcher was killed as the other two told me accidentally and he was eating belshaw quote california with swans gun and i killed. Bell shot him covered up there remains and took a large piece along then. Travelled fourteen days into the agency. Bail wanted to kill me. Struck at me with his rifle struck a tree and broke because gun a g. Packer do solemnly swear that the above statement is true and nothing but the truth. So help me. God signed a g packer sworn to and subscribed before me. This eighth day of may a d eighteen. Seventy four james p downer. Jp second packer. Confession in denver march sixteenth. Eighteen eighty three Alfred packer desire to make true and voluntary statement in regard to the occurrences in southern colorado during the winter of eighteen. Seventy three to eighteen seventy four. I wish to make general adams. Because i have made one once before the same matter when we left ori or arrays camp. We had about seven days of food for one man. We traveled two or three days. And it came a storm we came to a mountain cross the gulch and came onto another mountain found snow so deep had to follow the mountain onto the An on about the fourth day we had about a pint of flour left we followed the mountain until we came to the main range. Do not remember how many days we were traveling. Then about ten days living on the rosebud. Impound gunman so men were crying and praying. Then we came over the main range. We can't twice on a stream which runs into a big lake. The second time just above the the next morning we crossed the lake cut holes in the ice to catch fish. There were no fish so we tried to catch snails. The ice was thin. So some breakthrough. We crossed the lake in went into a grove of timber. All the men crying in one of them was angry. Swan asked me to go up and find out whether i can see something from the mountains. I took the gun. And went up the he'll found a gulch and came onto another mountain. Found a big rosebush with bud sticking through the snow but could see nothing but snow all around. I was a kind of a guide for them. But i did not know the mountains from that side when i came back to camp after being gone. Nearly all day i found the red headed man bell who acted crazy in the morning sitting notifier roasting a piece of meat which he cut out of the leg of the german butcher miller the ladders body was lying the furthest off from the fire downstream. His skull was crushed in with the hatchet. The other three men were lying near the fire. They were cut in the forehead with the hatchet. Some had to some three cuts. I came within a rod of the fire. When the man saw me he got up with his hatchet towards me when i shot him sideways to the belly he fell on his face. The hatchet fell forwards. I grabbed it and hit him in the top of the head. I can't that night at the fire setup all night the next morning i followed my tracks up the mountain but i could not make it. The snow is too deep. And i came back. I went sideways. Into a piece of pine timber setup to sticks and covered it with pond bows and then made a shelter about three feet high. This was my camp. Until i came out i went back to the fire. Covered the men up to the camp. The piece of meat that was near the fire. I made a new fire near my camp and cook the piece of meat and ate it. I tried to get away every day but cannot so outlive off the flesh of these men. The bigger part of the sixty days. I was out in. The snow began to have a crust and started out up decree to a place where a big slide seemed to come down. The mountain of yellowish clay there. I started to get up but my feet got wet and having only piece of blanket around them. I froze my feet under the toes and i camped out before i reached the top of the hill making a fire on top of a long and onto logs. Close together. I can't i cooked some of the flesh and carried it with me for food. I carried one blanket. There were seventy dollars amongst the men at fish out with me and one gun. The red headed man had a fifty dollar bill in his pocket. All the others together only twenty dollars ahead twenty dollars myself. If there was any more money in the outfit i did not know of it and it remains there at the last camp just before average the agency. Eight my last pieces of meat. This meat i cooked at the camp before i started out and put it into a bag in carried the bag with me. I cannot eat but a little at a time. Were now with the party to search for the bodies. We came to the mountains overlooking the stream. But i didn't want to take them further. I did not want to go back to the camp myself. If i had stood in that vicinity longer i would have taken you mr right to the place but they advise me to go away and in brackets said. He was refusing to tell the names of the parties. He goes on to say. When i was at the sheriff of past two key may pick knife blade with which i could unlock the irons. I went to the arkansas and worked all summer.

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"packer" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"packer" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Recognizable ingredients a disruptive not even that sparked the creation of a new healthy snacking category kind unapologetic in their efforts to challenge the status quo to shift the food industry and empower their community and my listeners. To make better informed choices about hell kindness can be a transformative force for good. And that's why. I'm teaming up with kind and pod go to bring my listeners. Ten percent or fifteen percent off for military teachers students first responders doctors and nurses got a pod. Go dot co slash conned. That's peo- de go dot co slash k. I n d khan bar creating kander and healthier world. One act one snack at a time. Welcome to reverie true crime. I'm your host page. Alfred packer has been suggested so many times and i decided to dive into it. I'm gonna tell you right away that this story happened back in the eighteen hundreds into the early nineteen hundreds so there are multiple different accounts. And i couldn't just leave every different story out. I'm not sure what the truth is here. One hundred percent. I have looked all over and no source is the same so this will be a bit of journey and this is one of those cases where a lot of this. You'll have to decide which story at different points you believe. These cases are extremely frustrating to me. But you guys ask for it. And i wanted to do my best for you. Towards the end of all of my research. i did find all three of alfred. Packers confessions and court records that are public so some of the stories will be cleared up towards the end as to what was really set in court and what he confessed to. But you'll still have to decide if you believe alfred or not also before we get into this episode at the end. Stay tuned for a promo by the.

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"packer" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"packer" Discussed on What A Day

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"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"It's a it's a small country. It's isolated. Their rates are super super low in terms of the coldest. And so they if they allow foreigners in they. Actually 'cause there's a big stage there they actually could be one of places that people are looking at and I'm looking at. I got a great now. I'm looking at so I don't know I don't know if I could fly back to sample from Iceland if I end up over damp but I'm GONNA do the best. I can before we get into blackboard. I WanNa talk to you a little bit more about that. Do you think it's over in the meantime for L. A.'s of the world as far as like you know TV production film production to like like. What do you mean just in the meantime like as far as filming? Tv production film production over there. When you think that'll get started again really you know like everything. Shut completely down now. California is tricky Because a lot of the models. So here's what that in the behind the scenes everybody in Hollywood like a lot of industries are running through all these models of what it would look like for us to shoot right. And what do we have to do? We have to sequester people you know. We have to test every day every other day What are the protocols? That would be onset. Everybody's got all these different models you know my company included and in California. There are some challenges with the laws. Because there's the law books in California that if you work for you can't have an employee Stay overnight without paying them for twenty four hours and this was something that I believe was put in place so that people wouldn't take advantage of Immigrants California's a big immigrant population. And so you know. He had nail salons at one time. They were forcing the employees to like sleep. You know in a room in the Salon and then say oh you know the thing. They didn't have anywhere else to go so they were like a lot of this. Lonzo taking advantage of. So there's a law that would make it difficult for my industry to quarantine people without paying for twenty four hours because hibiscus There is a Is the produce named Jason Blooms Blunt on a horror movies You know the purge and stuff like that way known for. He's looking to try to shoot a movie in July. So the first two people shooting are Tyler Perry in Atlanta and and trying to one in California we will see if our Charlemagne that's the answer is that we don't know We try to figure it out. That's the real how we got mobile. We'll pack when we come back over the Breakfast Club. Good morning everybody is. Dj Envy. Angela Ye Shall. I mean the guy we are. The breakfast club was still kicking. Will Packer G. People doing like zoom shows in quarantine now also? I see a lot of that happening as they're trying to figure out. What kind of content can we bring about what he on think about this like the hatred? I Hate Zoom. I hate talking. Dating dating shows coming on zoom doing on them now just tired of them. You see him too much. I'm with I'm Kinda with Sharla made on the hate level. Only because like I'm doing many like you know my industry Hollywood feels like you gotta be like if you ain't doing something even if you run into place they like you got to be doing. Come on we gotta read literally have liked seven zones a day. You know what I mean so like like this one is though because I like talking vibe and whatever but like business meeting every day on zone but I'll be honest with you guys. I think this is not going away anytime soon. Even once we reopen travel is GONNA be down like I live in Atlanta. I got offices in that. Land York's I guarantee you. I probably will not be traveling as much as I did. Prior to and I hear a lot of executive saying that same thing because we are getting things done like right new reality. I say it's the right way. Do you really need an office? I mean because everybody's working at home and you just need a space to see to artists of the net. You save money on on rent literal conversations being had right now across certainly across the Hollywood industry I do. We need your assistance and cubicle. Do we need you know. Support Staff at the front desk and offices corner offices like all of that being discussed right now absolute and. I think it's going to be different. I really do you. Don't you don't come out of something like this. This major and things like is if you will all intrigue trees and in some ways for the better. I'm this the way we interact a winning our way. We way we treat to see different. I don't think that does the zoom show the everybody at home show. You can test because you the aspirational should be or you want starting something. Who's GonNa be you know enthusiast something something that all about this? I mean something. That's quite as engaging. It's not what you know you pay your money to you. What Hollywood process a light and this is just to real what we can do for now. I don't now one thing I do. I do like the movies on demand. I love the fact that I can watch certain movies. That are coming out in theaters on demand that I do like it's not gonNA change their. You're going to have more of that. I assure you will open and people will go back to theaters but talking about We call that peabody premium right and so in all right. We know what Netflix and Amazon. All those those are like call that like buffet streaming right and so you go and pay one thing a month. You get all these moves. What's going to start happening now? Is like what we saw with trolls and some other movies? That have recently come out. You will have high level movies that previously would have been in the theater that will be available to you at home and you can go and you could say. I'm GonNa Pay Nineteen Ninety Nine and watch that New Patrick. Join you know what I mean from home like. That is going to be much more of a reality. I think that makes more sense. I mean especially a safe. I mean if I can get a movie and I don't have to go to the movie theater and I can still purchase it at the house. The family could watch it and it's safer to worry about pay overpriced popcorn. Overprice sodas and and that way I don. I could watch a movie without wearing a mask. I think it makes more sense not going away. I have already kind of made a pivot because I see a lot more of that theaters where you have like the kind of bed type scenario and then you can order food and drinks from your seat and stuff like that. We didn't really have those in New York but now we have those type of theaters like I picked there and all of that. Because they're figuring out how to make money without having to fill up as many seats and you're saying that you think that's a good thing you're more inclined to go to the theater because the experience has been made better experience. I like that experienced people. Go to for the blockbusters back big joint for theatrical movie. It has to be something that feels like spectacle fields huge. Feels like something that you can't see anywhere else and then movies that You know perhaps a smaller not big tentpole movies. You know some still being like I expect to still have movies and expect to also have movies. That people will able to watch it. Home Interesting Your your your show that you here the talk about blackballed right so you sitting there watching the last dance and you see these commercials pop up and you like Oh. This is a good follow up. I mean the last dance is a high Bob. This is a good follow up this story. Then I'm like Oh quick Be Interesting because coming up last dance which was very well. May I mean? I know you've got everybody loved it. Even as a filmmaker like watching the way they shape the narrative the way they played with. Time Wade told the stories it was. It was really well done. That's hard it's hard as help. That much You know even though it will take up like it was still a lot of story and you got to tell them the way to keep people engaged and so I just. It was really well. Done Bobby with you guys. I'm proud of his joint. This disjointed good man. This is like so. It's the story of the two thousand fourteen clippers and it is the story of how Donald Sterling their own at the time. Got Caught on tape with his girlfriend. he was married he at his mistress and he got caught on tape. Saying a bunch of crazy stuff about The black players about black people about Magic Johnson and it happened right before the clippers were scheduled to play their playoff game against the golden state. Warriors am center interesting time. Because you know the clippers were like really just starting to be relevant. This is Chris Paul. This is you know bars the Andrea Jordan Blake Griffin. You know this is. Jj that Hanes. That was just starting to make some noise no longer. Stop Daca. Just come from from Boston and so it was. It was a great confidence and I was joking about the book. It was the most clipper thing ever that finally get relevant right now. Dammit something that is out there as the player that nothing to do with you know. And WHO's in our doctors. A great quote which is when Ray things happen. It's often the victims that are tasked with fixing it. What are you and so? It's the first time you ever heard the story of behind the scenes of how all went down the players never got a chance to tell their stories. It also is about power and that's something that I noticed. Group can appreciate the behind the scenes power in a billion dollar industry and how things happened. How it got to the point that you had an owner that was banned for life and then removed. This was very difficult. This is not something. You'll just take things from rich white. You know what I mean. They like that stay like the things they ought them. They bought them and the country supports them with that. You had a lot of go into that. Who said Yo? This is a slippery slope. That was a private conversation. Just because he said something in Providence. People don't like you can't just you know. Take a person's team away at Adam. Silver the commissioner was new on the job. He was literally must on the job. Now you've got one owner that he works for got caught doing something crazy now. Everybody's looking to hear my. What are you gonNA write checks? And it was the first time ever. You had an owner get banned for life. We show how power work in these of circle and brought her out again. We Got Mobile. Packet when we come back. Don't move is to breakfast club. Good Morning. Nobody noticed a need is would lower cost relative. I'm still with what you asking for Night. Got Spied. Dan Is is one game. My mom me talking about minus as soon as I'm a little bit different again. Baby is no Siengan Beer district. 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"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"That's horrible. But it's now. We got to decide if she's GonNa go to college next year. You know because. Although they sent a letter. Saying College is going to open September. August September blip on a really prepared. They money grab you know colleges schools need money to. You know. Are they going to be able to keep the kids six feet away, or they're going to be able to clean the classes after every class. You know like those things you've got to think of you know when you at least when you fly, and you get on a plane between every flight. They cleaned the plane like. Are you GonNa? Clean the class between every clash. She knows yeah I and listen September the long way away, My daughter will be going the seventh grade, but I don't see myself putting her back in school. In September I don't see. The way my anxiety and said not brady. Parental Paranoia set up. I can't see her. Putting her back in school in in September. Doing extra classes like a month. Students Real Gone Up. You got just was watching the news this morning. Yes. In, New York. They're talking about doing extra classes this summer. Online of course. I don't know, but you know. My daughter is still taking classes now. She's taken college credits now, so she can jump ahead and for the for the summer, so she has some test today so that she could possibly use his college credits, but it sucks, but hey I mean is. It could be a lot worse, so we just you in one day. You. To all the graduates of twenty twenty dealer with the same thing in all parents trying to make the best out of the situation. but let's get to show cracking night front page news. Talk about next. Yeah, it could be worse. We'll talk about people who actually have to evacuate right now in central. Michigan right also. We gotta a special guest joining us today, right? No. Join Packer would be joining us man. We'll.

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"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"That's horrible. But it's now. We got to decide if she's GonNa go to college next year. You know because. Although they sent a letter. Saying College is going to open September. August September blip on a really prepared. They money grab you know colleges schools need money to. You know. Are they going to be able to keep the kids six feet away, or they're going to be able to clean the classes after every class. You know like those things you've got to think of you know when you at least when you fly, and you get on a plane between every flight. They cleaned the plane like. Are you GonNa? Clean the class between every clash. She knows yeah I and listen September the long way away, My daughter will be going the seventh grade, but I don't see myself putting her back in school. In September I don't see. The way my anxiety and said not brady. Parental Paranoia set up. I can't see her. Putting her back in school in in September. Doing extra classes like a month. Students Real Gone Up. You got just was watching the news this morning. Yes. In, New York. They're talking about doing extra classes this summer. Online of course. I don't know, but you know. My daughter is still taking classes now. She's taken college credits now, so she can jump ahead and for the for the summer, so she has some test today so that she could possibly use his college credits, but it sucks, but hey I mean is. It could be a lot worse, so we just you in one day. You. To all the graduates of twenty twenty dealer with the same thing in all parents trying to make the best out of the situation. but let's get to show cracking night front page news. Talk about next. Yeah, it could be worse. We'll talk about people who actually have to evacuate right now in central. Michigan right also. We gotta a special guest joining us today, right? No. Join Packer would be joining us man. We'll.

Packer New York Michigan
"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"That's horrible but it's now we got gotta decide if she's GonNa go to college next year. You know because although they sent a letter saying college is going to open. September August September blip on a really prepared they money. Grab you know colleges schools. Need money to you know. Are they going to be able to keep the kids six feet away or they're going to be able to clean the classes after every class? You know like those things you've got to think of you know when you at least when you fly and you get on a plane. Between every flight they cleaned the plane. Like are you gonNA clean the class between every clash? She knows? Yeah I and listen. September the long way away My daughter will be going the seventh grade but I don't see myself putting her back in school in September. I don't see the way my anxiety and said not brady. Parental Paranoia set up. I can't see her putting her back in school in In September doing extra classes like a month students real got just was watching the news this morning. Yes Sa in New York. They're talking about doing extra classes this summer online. Of course but you know. My daughter is still taking classes now. She's taken college credits now so she can jump ahead and for the for the summer so she has some test today so that she could possibly use his college credits but it sucks but hey I mean is it could be a lot worse so we just you know one day you to all the graduates of twenty twenty dealer with the same thing in all parents trying to make the best out of the situation But let's get to show cracking night front page news talk about next. Yeah it could be worse. We'll talk about people who actually have to evacuate right now in central Michigan. All right also we gotta a special guest joining us today right. No join packer would be joining us. Man We'll.

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"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"packer" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"That's horrible. But it's now. We got to decide if she's GonNa go to college next year. You know because. Although they sent a letter. Saying College is going to open September. August September blip on a really prepared. They money grab you know colleges schools need money to. You know. Are they going to be able to keep the kids six feet away, or they're going to be able to clean the classes after every class. You know like those things you've got to think of you know when you at least when you fly, and you get on a plane between every flight. They cleaned the plane like. Are you GonNa? Clean the class between every clash. She knows yeah I and listen September the long way away, My daughter will be going the seventh grade, but I don't see myself putting her back in school. In September I don't see. The way my anxiety and said not brady. Parental Paranoia set up. I can't see her. Putting her back in school in in September. Doing extra classes like a month. Students Real Gone Up. You got just was watching the news this morning. Yes. In, New York. They're talking about doing extra classes this summer. Online of course. I don't know, but you know. My daughter is still taking classes now. She's taken college credits now, so she can jump ahead and for the for the summer, so she has some test today so that she could possibly use his college credits, but it sucks, but hey I mean is. It could be a lot worse, so we just you in one day. You. To all the graduates of twenty twenty dealer with the same thing in all parents trying to make the best out of the situation. but let's get to show cracking night front page news. Talk about next. Yeah, it could be worse. We'll talk about people who actually have to evacuate right now in central. Michigan right also. We gotta a special guest joining us today, right? No. Join Packer would be joining us man. We'll.

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"packer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"packer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"S. governance towards Packer you also call and how it just exposes the inequities in our system I mean you're right as the contagion has spread its victims have been likely to be poor black and brown people the gross inequality of our health care system is evident in the sight of refrigerated trucks lined up outside public hospitals there is this tone in your piece George Packer that just made me want to ask like what part of this response what part of what this has exposed his almost disgusted you the most it's a raging it's enraging to think of hospitals telling nurses and doctors that they'll be fired if they're seen wearing masks in the hallways it's a great thing to think of big corporations like Amazon threatening employees with firing if they complain about having to work while sick it's in raging that major multinational companies don't have and now supplies or unwilling to provide enough supplies to keep their warehouse workers and their drivers safe and protected while they're at work it's as if what we now call the essential jobs which are those frontline jobs where you have to physically be present in order to do the work and which tend to be the lower paid jobs in our economy those are also disposable but the people who fill those jobs are disposable because they have so little leverage and so look few bargaining rights and and so few protections and it's just all of that's been exposed in a way that given who is keeping us alive and fed and safe is that all are also people with so so few protections how can we look ourselves in the mirror and say we had that our economy is essentially working for the majority of people even if we have a full employment economy or we did until the day before yesterday how can we say that this is the best we can do when under the pressure of a crisis it it exposes how how utterly I'm just it is so yeah I I I I've been as much as but saddened and and agreed by all the death and sickness I've been enraged by the the injustice that this is exposed which has always been there it's just that it's easy not to pay attention to it when your relationship to all these other people is really threw us a smartphone app let me go to our listeners and I'll go to van in San Leandro high van Mister Parker I read your article the other day and it in dark in my heart and I was looking all through it for a common thread and I think I found it behind each of the I just use code red a thousand eight two thousand one there was a cheerleader specifically fox news and Roger ailes and I was just wondering if you had seen the same thing or if you see any commonalities between all these thanks to all thank you and and I'm sorry I'm sorry to two of dark in your heart but it but it sounds like you really do have a hard I mean fox news has so much to answer for in this crisis that they they will now I don't think I'll ever be able to redeem themselves they are the network that night after night in February and March the sensually told people not to worry that this was a hoax that this was a partisan pointing to bring down the president that there was a quick Q. or that it would go away fox news has blood on its hands they got people killed they got their viewers killed it turned out they didn't particularly care about their viewers they only cared about the president to whom they have now sworn undying allegiance and their own profits so I I couldn't agree with you more fox news is a it's it's it's a truly destructive force in the heart of our democracy I think this episode is going to undermine its credibility to some extent there are some people who will always swear by it but when death comes to your own door it's pretty hard to continue to support something that essentially said by all means step right up well this listener asks one leader guess to believe that America is anymore of a failed state now than any previous time in history does he think past administrations would have handled this pandemic better you know one thing George Packer struck by in your piece was how you you described president trump as basically joining me in the side of the invader can you talk about how he did this in your view if you follow his actions and statements from the first time he heard about corona virus which came in early January there were it is a high level intelligence briefings coming from what we were learning from China in early January all the way through today when he seems to be encouraging the American people to inject themselves with Lysol his actions and statements have in every case is a colleague of mine and said seem to be motivated by a desire to make it worse it whenever he's done the right thing it's been grudgingly belatedly and then almost immediately he has tried to do an about face so this is me in a way for three years three and a half years we we've paid a rather light price for having elected someone this venal and this incompetent as president but under this level of pressure it all has become clear and the toll is being paid in American lives as you said Meena fifty thousand as of today and really shocking number so would this have happened in an earlier administrations it would have hit us hard it's hitting other countries hard that have more competent leadership but with two months of lead time to prepare and to face it and to tell the American people the truth I think any other administration in my lifetime would have we have done a better job of ending this from becoming so devastating certainly the one that preceded trump Barack Obama he did it during the Ebola crisis he managed to it off to listen to his experts to send people to Africa in order to learn about it and to try to contain it there and as a result it didn't spread in the United States so I think it's actually very recent evidence to say that yeah another president would have done much better we'll reach our listener asked this interesting question why not just blame trump his administration and the Republican Senate majority for the shortcomings of the corona virus response instead of calling the whole country a failed state and I find this question interesting because you also do pose these big questions George Packer about whether or not we can really govern ourselves like are we still full of self government and I mean but anyway your your reaction to region and whether that's related to that yeah I mean the the failed state figure of speech is to blame trump because he is the head of state but I think that the question is a good one and there is a larger failure here which is what we talked about earlier me now with our economy and with perhaps our inability to have that kind of grown up national conversation about issues as important as this instead we we we see the other side whether it's politically or or in terms of class in terms of race or geography in such ended in in terms that are so polarized that it's very hard for us to trust each other enough to say we need a national plan we need an act no government that can plan for us and so the distrust between Americans in between Americans and their government has reached a point where it you know it after president as terrible as this one if we even had a somewhat better president there would still be these systemic problems that I think are a long time coming and and will be a long time with us and for which is no easy solution so yeah I think it it it may well be right to save a proximate causes trump and his party but I think there's a deeper division in the country that can't be blamed entirely on trump and that really makes it difficult for any government to act on behalf of all of the American people it seems like you're indicting capitalism as well to some extent certainly as we practice it capitalism without any protections or very skimpy protections capitalism that has become a form of cronyism where people in political office and business leaders are each washing the other hand yeah what yeah in a way this this dramatic economic collapse we're seeing right now where we have unemployment levels as high as during the Great Depression came at the end of a ten year period of economic growth the largest sustained continuous economic growth in our history I think which did not distribute prosperity widely instead corporate profits are profits in dividends for shareholders but not for wage earners not for workers and now we're seeing the consequences of that and there's a price to be paid so yeah I think that we squandered a huge opportunity after we told ourselves out of the Great Recession to create an economy that works better for for everyone and we're seeing the results now when we go to James in Scotts valley high James morning thanks for taking my call quick comment on that question as I I fully agree with your guests attachment a lot of a failed state question is based on the information that your guests has seen overseas other countries as far as failed states how long the gentleman saying that this country will recover either socially economically politically and so on James thanks so much for that and I could like to add to it actually because I think what you're basically saying Packers that we can't rebound back to what we've been that but we've accepted is no longer acceptable so how how long before we make that realization how do we harness that and rebound is James right and just to repeat I don't think we're a failed state in the sense of a country like Sierra Leone that had that terrible civil war that lasted years and and it was already a very poor underdeveloped country we're not that we have a lot going for us we still have a great higher education system we operate hospitals we have incredibly resourceful and confident people and we have a lot of courage and sacrifice which we're seeing every day right now but we've allowed our key institutions from government to business and banking to the media to universities to atrophy in a way that there is no quick turn around it now seems to me like the work of many years and and you're right you know we cannot simply say let's go back to nineteen ninety eight or let's go back to two two thousand and twelve or whatever because the world moves on we're in a weaker place relative to other countries and we've.

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"packer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"packer" Discussed on WTVN

"Packer president trump saying he's considering a quarantine of the entire New York New Jersey and Connecticut tri state area the epicentre of U. S. coronavirus cases trump speaking on the south lawn of the White House today on his way to send off the USNS comfort a medical ship to assist the people of New York and it is loaded up with everything so that's great I just spoke with governor Cuomo and he's expecting it on Monday it'll take about two days well today with some good news from New York during his daily briefing saying the rate of hospital admissions has dropped over one day with eight hundred forty seven patients hospitalized in over twenty four hours today down from one thousand one hundred and fifty four on Friday you see the overall trend is still up but you could argue that the trend is slowing this is we learned of the first uniformed New York City police officer to die the corona virus police commissioner Dermot Shea announced the NYPD's first officer death from corona virus detective said Rick Dixon we are hurting we are crying we continue to fight detective Dixon worked in Harlem he was forty eight and had more than twenty years on the force police sources told ABC news he also had underlying conditions this disease is particularly aggressive against people with all abilities Dixon was the third member of the NYPD to die in a forty eight hour period after two civilian members also died from the virus Erin cutters he ABC news New York over nineteen death toll skyrocketing in Europe A. B. C.'s James Longman is in London many countries recording that deadly Este yet in Britain a hundred and eighty one fatalities in twenty four hours and Italy is reaching new depths nine hundred and sixty nine dead in twenty four hours the continent in shock the pope offering alone Pratt from the deserted Vatican concerns about the financial toll of the pandemic continue to grow the IMF warning of an economic and financial crisis exceeding that of two thousand nine you're listening to ABC news.

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"packer" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

13:33 min | 1 year ago

"packer" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"For commercial play and all this stuff sells all right and with that. Let's go and get to the story of the day. James Take it away now. The reason we swap places this week like I said Colorado is near and dear to my heart. I grew up here. I was born here in. Houston I was raised up there so when we when we came around to Colorado said on this one. I'm sorry I'm Michael Jackson. Ut Tokyo I'm driving miss do it? I'm driving this bus. Our right title this article is Alfred Packer. In the remains of his victims in the winter of eighteen seventy four. Alfred Packer was hired to lead a group of prospectors through the San Juan Mountains from the winter camp site of Chief. Your Ray located near the Present Day Delta Colorado which is a pit. I'm sorry it is if anybody from Colorado my friends and listening I'm sorry but Delta slacks. I used to hate to play football there. This turned out to be a particularly harsh winter in the lake. Fork drainage area deep snowdrifts and Subzero temperatures slowed. The party supplies soon ran out while game was non existent according to Alfred Packer and there were no fish to be found in the frozen over streams and lakes which was telling Chris earlier as bullshit. Sorry ice fishing is very good in Colorado. So this this fools lamb by the time the men had reached the foot of slum Gullion Pass. The men had even chewed the leather from their boots. Do Remember hearing this. They were eating their clothes because there was nothing to eat. They're eating their saddles And I do believe they even slaughtered a pack mule. Awhile because you know the old days when you're traveling net from Delta to this tour slum Gullion is yeah that seventy eighty miles in the old days. Seventy eighty miles in the snow is a week. That's a week to two weeks travel and you talk and seven eight. You know so. They going to eat something. I'm sure back. In those days. They went up hill with no shoes. Right it was crazy. That's right I did. Starvation was upon them. What was a man to do to survive? In the winter of eighteen seventy four six weeks later packer appeared alone at the Los Pinos Indian agency near so watch this another reason. I wanted to read this story because all these crazy Colorado names and you'd be like Gucci. It town call so watch. That's about fifty miles away from fifty sixty miles away from Lake City. Okay so sticking about six weeks travelling alone okay there. He told the sad tale of losing his fellow miners in a snowstorm. Buddy seems so well fed and and was spending money freely from several wallets well-fed Yep. The story began to unfold when strips of human flesh found unfold. My as they went in there they literally went to his horses. Chang Matt and Hound Strips and Chunks of human flesh any Alabama while. I do remember that they had apparently been murdered and showed and then showed evidence of being cannibalized. Nice that's still. Yep Packer escaped and was at large for many years. When he was captured he was tried at the Hinz Dale County courthouse which still stands today in his in my hometown of Lake City and he was found guilty of murder. He was sentenced to be hanged on. May Nineteenth eighteen eighty three but won a new trial in gunnison where I went to high school is also yeah there. He was convicted of five counts of murder and was sentenced to forty years in the state penitentiary at cannon city. Now the problem is they're actually seven liners with him. Okay so I don't know I only got five counts. Who knows? Packer never accepted blame for murdering all five of his companions. There were more but he did admit to shooting and killing Wilson Bell South Israel Swan. The oldest member of the Party died of natural causes stated packer and he was cannibalized by surviving members of the Party. That was one of them now. I know he admitted to that one. I remember hearing about it. They just basically had no choice. There was nothing to eat. Yeah and I think he had He was they were thinking about bringing him. I think they had his body with them. They dislike cut his legs off or something. And that's why he wasn't convicted of a Wilson Bell because it was defense so defense and it's two. Oh they claim Denver Post columnist polly pry launched a crusade on packers behalf. He was paroled in nineteen zero one and spent his final days near Littleton. Colorado outside of Denver Packer died in April nineteen zero seven after suffering a stroke and he is buried in the cemetery at Little Toe. National attention was focused on Lake City. The summer of nineteen eighty nine as a team of archaeologists and forensic experts on earth the grave of five men who had been murdered one hundred fifteen years earlier and I know exactly where the spot in the they have it preserved fence. He'd been actually go down. Oh Yeah Nice. It's right there outside Lake City. When you drive in from slum going pass you come down okay and there's a little ranch right there it's on private land but they have it they have it preserved and you can't get down to it if you want to cool. I want to go something. Yeah I am going to do that one of these days for sure. Did Packer kill all five of his companions and then live off their flash for weeks yes they kill each other no or would the scientists find nothing beneath a memorial boulder which which lists the names of those unfortunate men? James Humphreys Frank Miller got hope. I wish it was the Frank Miller. That wrote that Bullshit Batman Superman crap. What the movie of the comic. Both I hate that for the comics. Great movie sucked now. I Hate Frank Miller Jackass anyway. But that's just my personal opinion. Sorry for George. Moon Israel Swan and Wilson Bill in the summer of nineteen eighty nine. A team led by doctor. James Stars of George Washington University exume the bones of the victims for a scientific study at the human identification lab in Arizona. They concluded that the bones did show evidence of cannibalism and violent deaths. He actually had pickaxe them to death. Holy Shit Yeah. He uses his reminders so he uses mining tools to kill them. Wow holes in the skulls things like that damn see. That's what's cool about the store. I'm into this because this is like me growing up. This is part of my life. Also I think new band name holes. In the skulls holes in the skulls goals nice the remains were then returned to Lake City and reinterred on fifteenth and a multi-denominational service the bones from each skeleton replaced in one of five compartments and a single wooden box camp. The remains of these five prospectors again rest peacefully on the bluff overlooking the lake fork. All right now I will say this the grave when they exhumed it is only a mere feet deep. He had barely covered them with dirt. That okay that amazes me because they buried him in eighteen eighteen hundreds and he only buried 'em too deep yet in one hundred years. The soul did not erode enough to where it was exposed. That's crazy we'll because first of all they're When when it freezes in Colorado the ground is like concrete so the reason it was only about two feet dis probably as as much as he could manage the dig surprised animals in dig him up to very deep. Yeah you would think bear or something crawling back because bears like dead meat. They don't like to kill. I know that sounds odd. But it's true. They are scavengers right than they are. Killer Schiffer Salmon there the salmon. They fucked him salmon. Yeah The article continues the facts concerning the Alfred packer trial between November eighteen. Seventy three in January eighteen seventy four. Alfred Packer traveled with a party of Twenty one men from Utah to chief. Your as camp outside of what is now Montrose Colorado. Which is the first town. I lived in when we moved their little. So this is like holy crap this memory lane going back packer and five other men from the party left you raise camp and early February bound for the LAS PENAS agency about thirty five to forty miles. Northwest of Swatch. Packer was the only member of the party to appear at the agency. On April sixteenth. Eighteen seventy four while there. He gave his first confession regarding the death of his companions. He was placed in jail from which he would escape with assistance in early August. Nine years passed before packer was captured near Fort Fetterman Wyoming in March of eighteen eighty. Three he then made his famous second confession about this. I had heard an alternate start of this okay. That he went to the grave denying that he murdered his guys. I have heard several versions. But one of the stronger stories. He to his dying day You know he confessing. Neat are he. Professed that he never killed these guys packers. First trial occurred in the upstairs courtroom of the Hillsdale county courthouse during the first two weeks of April eighteen. Eighty three he was found guilty. His conviction was reversed however on October thirtieth eighteen eighty five and a second trial took place in gunnison. Yes and eight and I can't help it. I'm loving this in August of eighteen. Eighty six at that time. He was sentenced to forty years and the Colorado penitentiary in January nineteen. O One governor Thomas Parole Packer. He moved to the Denver area where he remained until his death. On April twenty third nineteen o seven damn healing got six more years of freedom. Ha Six more years. Wow he was in there for a while. Yeah he was he. He actually had a huge following of people that were supporting him. For some reason uh-huh yes. He had friends and stuff like that and I guess he had a decent reputation before he struck out with these people as a fairly decent guy when he was out there. I guess you know even the best men. It comes time desperation. You know like I said the eight to one dead. Some of it right you know. He died eight him up And then they're out again and are starving to death. Yeah I mean they're out there for weeks in dead cold very little supplies. You Know Sat. Eat something easy something. Yeah and then he went to work. And you know Do I think he actually did it? Yeah I do Like I said there was too much there was too much evidence. But then again also like the they said evidence of cannibalism. Yeah the bones and the ground for that long. We're talking one hundred years and a shallow grave. Yeah could have been fiddled with and just you know 'cause At years after years of dirt flowing right then again And that's like I say because they exhumed them And they said there's evidence cannibalism Blah Blah Blah. John Violence. You know it could have been. They could've been chewed on by animals before he managed to bury them. I think forensic scientists can tell difference between a animal by human by them again. I don't think he was holding. Somebody's FEMUR and chomping down flesh from there. They said flesh. But I'm thinking more muscle. But they they found strips of flesh on him so in his saddlebags and that's a hint and a half year is yeah. He's eighteen hundred. Jeffrey Dahmer. You know I mean you know in the Colorado eighteen hundreds. It's still sort of a It's UNA- wild unexplored territory it. It's very Solarz. It's it's very dense. I mean it can you can. You can get lost. You can get stuck. I mean the Dahmer Party had the same issue. Exactly you know to this day. Lake City is the only city the only town in the entire Hillsdale county. Okay that is the largest county in Colorado and it was the least populated while I live there as a kid. Two hundred people in Colorado was the indigenous Population Colorado's a pretty famous state. I mean things about five or six hundred now year round and it swells. I mean there's a lot of house up there I have a house up there. Yeah and so but yet spread way out but back then there was nothing just literally fifty miles one way to creed which is the other way which is another mining town. Okay and then the other ways fifty something fifty five miles to gunnison which they mentioned in the story either way on the other ways. Same thing and if you're caught in.

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"packer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"packer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"This fellow thank good luck and we'll see how that plays out we'll get some thoughts on the Packer game at the end of the show like we always do a little prediction a little fun right now we're talking about real estate the NBA show of course going on so we're offering a you a chance to talk to Bob and Craig or who's ever at the booth today tend to eight tomorrow ten to five we are giving every caller I. C. mercy just left spent you can take her off the board every caller though that time holder is calling in we'll get a Starbucks card Starbucks card for ten dollars if you call with a question on the Acura mortgage talking tax line for one four seven nine nine eleven thirty we start with your purse your commission by a three point nine nine percent we have not yet mentioned the fourteen day guarantee that's two weeks what does that mean yes so you know we've over the years I've been trying harder and harder to get the higher and listings the the bigger dollar value listings seven eight hundred thousand million dollars that kind of thing and there's a handful of agents who have been in the marquee metro market for ever and they're very good with that stuff and they've always kind of held down the market and had a kind of a strong hold on those listings and so last year Creggan I kind of thought of this plan we said you know what the what if we order offered a fourteen day satisfaction guarantee with our listing package so basically when you sign up you've got fourteen days to decide if we're doing the job right or not that's not to say that we're gonna necessarily have an offer on your house in fourteen days but you're gonna know if we're doing all the things you expect the realtor you hire to be doing you're gonna know if our personalities matching and know that guilt Waukegan obviously know you like the commission plan but fourteen days it's a satisfaction guarantee and if for some strange reason and we had a couple people last year that you don't have one just not working for me well go ahead to cancel the contract at the end of day fourteen and you can go pay six percent to somebody else to sell your house it's no problem it's no skin off our back we're just confident that you're going to enjoy what we do you're gonna like the agent that you hire of course you're gonna love the commission plan that's why we do the fourteen day guarantee because we're confident you're gonna stay with us even if we don't have the house sold yet and now we go to brown deer next up on W. I. etcetera gin with Bob Tarantino and Craig Schmidt to to redefine realty show mercy good morning yes this is necessary when you're buying a condo to have the home inspection and what other things are important channel before you by yeah I would just I would always recommend a home inspection even with a condo and and even new construction we've had situations new construction condos and new construction single family where things weren't exactly quite right when when they went to the property so I would always highly recommend you have that inspection done it's a large purchase so you have someone going through and and checking all those components and items and and mechanicals and and all of those things so that that's a big that's a big piece of of the process whether single family or condo also with a condo what you want to look at is the solvency of the association so depending on how big it is and what their their budget is and how much they have in reserve so what you're also what you're responsible for so sometimes it's just the interior and and.

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"packer" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"packer" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"See that's a that's a really good question i think the big difference for me unlock a lot of these infrastructure as code tools it's the abstraction right so packer runs docker now it's docker changes the packer builder will be updated for the docker changes i don't have to really be concerned about in if you're somebody who's not coming from a dead backgrounder promote container background it might be an easier way for you to get into doing containers i think the big advantages it can be used across the entire stack you know whether it's being being where azure or container you could use the same thing so i would say it's probably a little bit more word that crowd than in say pure developers and yeah this is classic sort of dev ops straddling the line of is isn't ity tool is this a tool and it seems like the answers really yes yeah i could see this this for a lot of people who used maybe vagrant to i could replace a lot of that with packer and then they would open up a lot more possibilities for saying that i got this migrant fall but that's great for local death but did not do a docker fall or build a different image for production whereas i could use packard to just do it all well i'm vagrants another one of the hot the hash trump tools and we talked about it before we dive into a big is it was not really aimed more debs it is 'em i.

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