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"paradis" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"So this file you have these early testimonies from the released doolittle raiders describing what happened to them and the files on the desk of a young. Forty years old. So if to me, he's young. Army captain and who's basically given the given the instructions find out who's responsible and he quickly finds out everyone's responsible right you can go all the way down to the Thai who engaged in torture all the way up to the emperor who commutes the sentence, and so he's stuck with this real problem of how do you how do you really ascribe responsibility and accountability when when executions of the deliberations with publicly announced in? Nineteen forty-three Roosevelt in what ended up presaging a real policy of using trials to go after workmen's access or criminals tempers the outrage in the United States where there's this sort of just general call to just execute every Chinese prisoner. The United States takes into custody and he says, no, those responsible will be held personally and individually accountable, and so this mandate from Roosevelt ultimately leads to much larger policy dealing with war crimes. That this young or least poorly equipped lawyer has to try and figure it out and he runs himself ragged. He goes all over Asia looking for people trying to figure out who responsible he finds the general in charge of the executions in Shanghai he finds the actual the warden who who led the execution party, but ultimately, he hits upon prosecuting the lawyers, the lawyers and the judges who presided prosecuted this worker, the the show trial. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, two and he doesn't on the idea that if you conduct a show trial if you if you execute and subject people, things like solitary confinement on the basis of an unfair trial, you're what you're really done is engaged in the paperwork for murder just because your murder weapon is illegal judgment doesn't somehow immunize you from personal responsibility for what happens to these people after the fact, and so he ultimately hits upon the. Idea of prosecuting the lawyers and the judges for conducting an unfair trial and that ultimately him in the subsequent trial, which also takes place in Shanghai to put a trial on trial, and so you have this, you know fairly fiercely fought debate over what is justice, right? It's a very heady thing to ask it's the kind of asking first year law courses or in Plato's Republic. But you know here you have these army lawyers in nineteen, forty, six in a courtroom. Slapped together inside of Shanghai in order to prosecute the murderers, the alleged murderers of the doolittle raiders ultimately debating what is fairness, what is justice, and it just made for such a compelling story that That's ultimately why I wrote it the way I did. And how fair was the trial of the trial I mean when when the American forces tried the Japanese forces for doing the paperwork of murder did they themselves do better themselves than the paperwork of murder or were these trials themselves show trials in sense? So I think they ended up being a lot more fair than the army hoped. And intended. This is the time of the Masha trial which by. Any. Reason historical review even at the time people understood to be you know barely a show trial to hold your Mazda responsible for the atrocities in the Philippines. Some vehement descends from the Supreme Court in in the decision in Riga? Masha pulling it, and when the trial starts out, they actually don't even really give the Japanese a lawyer There's only one lawyer who's willing to take the case because it will get him home faster but he's a young captain himself, and so it's not seen as seemly to be accusing the Japanese. Of denying a fair trial and then giving them essentially the most junior person in the judge advocate core to represent them and so what they ultimately do though is tap a lieutenant colonel a who is a pilot in the war are decorated. Pilot had won the Silver Star flying missions in China who was eager to stay in Shanghai not so he could serve as a lawyer but because he had fallen in love with the concierge at the bachelor officers were this hotel called the Broadway Mansions in downtown Shanghai? Where they were holding all the Army Air Force. Officers at the time and he wanted to stay in Shanghai. Basically, fallen in love with the girl and so they found him and he looked the part He had actually even gone to a little bit of night school before becoming a little night school at Fordham Law School in New York and He. Gets. This case everyone assumes he's there to be the well dressed potted plant to you know stand there and make it look good for the cameras to make it look like we're being more fair than the Japanese were to us I think certainly at the beginning he sets out with that in mind I thinks it's impossible task these men these these men who are charged are as much headed to the gallows as you Masha was a much does actually executed the day before the arraignment in the dual raiders case. And but he he kinda just can't let himself do it. Which is the most to me? One of the more mazing parts of this book is he just commits to giving them a fair trial. He also goes to Japan to investigate the case to understand what happened on the day of the doolittle raid. Any comes back and really just put the prosecution to it's evidence it. He makes extremely controversial arguments that effectively ended his military career as a pilot, but through his just darkness and.
"paradis" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"International law by reference, and we'll prosecute the doolittle raiders under this law for committing atrocities against the Japanese and that will give. US A pretext for executing, and so that's what they do The single biggest problem though is they need to have evidence of atrocities, and so where do they go to prove the atrocities? Well, a principal place as the Soviets used to say, the Queen of all evidence, they get confessions, the campaign ties through their practice methods of torture get all eight of the raiders to sign confessions to committing atrocities against the Japanese and so in August of nineteen, forty two. The Japanese conduct, this military commission in Shanghai China sentenced all eight of the doolittle raiders to death, and then ultimately the emperor commutes the sentence of five of them so that only three of the doolittle raiders are executed and this becomes one of the great publicized outrages of the Second World War. All right. So there's so much here. Before we go on, I want to unpack a bit of this so. First of all at the same time that this is going on, you mentioned the Bataan Death Marches, the Japanese conquest of a bunch of the islands that you refer to is. A particularly, war crime heavy the Japanese approach to they took relatively few prisoners in a lot of circumstances they their conduct in this part of the war in the Philippines in you know in the Malaysian peninsula was really stunningly bad and to the point that they developed a, you know quite a reputation among the allied forces as kind of. You know as as sort of quite different, even from the Germans on sort of the average behavior of the average soldier, and so I guess I'm fascinated by the idea that there would be a real debate about how to handle these particular captured soldiers or airmen. It's not like there weren't. Literally tens of thousands of of British and Australian and American not to mention. You know Singaporean and Malaysian, and you know the. Filipino people in Japanese custody there doesn't seem to have been a whole lot of debate about legalities about how to handle them. You know an enormous. A number of people were just bayoneted today breath. So my my question is like, why did this one get? fixated. On of all things legality in the context of wartime Japan. So I think, there are two main reasons for that. One is the profile of the dual rate itself you know as I mentioned. Briefly, the really was Japan's nine eleven in something that the people of Japan itself understood very well, and so the fact that some of the raiders have been captured, put a profile on them that. What was happening in remote outposts and colonies just wouldn't have had inside of Japan and so so so that's that's one answer is that it was it was just much more. They were just much more important. They were very high value detainees the second answer though is that. An, and this may be gets to sort of again one of the things that I found most fascinating in researching Japan's sort of sense of itself in its in in in the Second World War is that the Japanese were certainly guilty of all sorts of just stunning atrocities throughout the war and throughout a particularly throughout the part of the war mentioning. But it was it was largely it was far more a function of undisciplined than it was systematic cruelty in barbarity but the Japanese did have a sense of themselves as basically noble righteous liberal people The idea that prisoners would be abused tortured and you can see this inside of Japan's own news reporting their own propaganda interviews with Japanese after they've been captured. That, there was no-one believed that these atrocities were actually being committed by Japanese soldiers and to the extent these kinds of things were being done. It was all the work of that apples and if you look at Japan's propaganda, there is far more of a tendency to ascribe atrocities to the allies to save the allies or conducting this Barbara's racists war of. Colonialism inside of Asia again is this at all to excuse Japan but the Japanese did in these places absolutely not but it's to understand that well-meaning countries countries that have not fully swallowed. The poison of fascism can end up doing horrible things largely through a belief that they're incapable of doing horrible things or that not good Japanese boys wouldn't be doing things like. In. So take the Bataan Death March one of the fascinating things about the Bataan Death March as you. If you dig into it is that there were there were basically various of a caravans of that were each controlled by different Japanese lieutenant long the way of the march. Some American. Soldiers got plenty of plenty of food plenty of water said it wasn't that big of a deal it was it was humiliating to be captured, but it certainly wasn't dangerous to their lives yet. Another caravan of American soldiers just a mile back subject to the whims of another Japanese, lieutenant would be beaten been starved and would have very very high levels of Taliban casualty and I think that actually makes Japan's war-crimes former interesting because they're being done. Not, as part of a systematic costs of the way, Nazi war crimes were done in crimes against humanity. Redone, they're being done through A. Not. Even a Lincoln a nod. It's more of just a turning of a blind eye. A belief that there's no way we could be doing shameful things and and that ultimately leads to justice catastrophic consequences as a country that actively sets out to horrible things the way you know the Germans did. Yeah. So I guess I would I don't resist that point as a general characterization, but I wouldn't want to overstate it either because the Japanese occupation of Korea. Starting in nineteen ten you know has a lot in common with say the German The German occupation of Poland, right it's a very deliberate. To kind of create Lebensraum and and to subjugate the subject peoples with a really clear doctrine of racial inferiority driving at your point, probably as a general matter as well taken. But I do think there are significant exceptions to that where the Japanese conduct looks much more organized and deliberate. Certainly certain parts of the Chinese occupation as well now. Absolutely. Again, don't mistake me I'm not. I'm not here being apologist for the Japanese, but I think it's important that we understand how these things happen right? Whereas something like the Holocaust or even the eastern campaign is done really as almost a top down strategy. In Japan. It was. Not Ground Up I. think that's a that's a mischaracterization as well but it was as much a a perverse product of extreme forms of bureaucracy and discretion, and this just just genteel attitude while everyone knows what the responsibilities are and therefore we don't actually have to provide meaningful oversight and accountability for your people who who do horrible things and I think those are two different regimes of atrocity of atrocity and I think it's just a mistake to understand the Japanese as operating. The same kind of regimented fascist ideology. They certainly have people in the government who were very much proponents of that. But just a, you know as an example when Mussalini dies Italy's out of the war when Hitler dies, it's only a matter of days but Germany is out of the war Toho ceases to be the Prime Minister of Japan in the summer of Nineteen, forty four, the war rages on for another year and it's because Japan is just not as centralized. As. As most it's not a centralized in its its commanding control with authority as the European Fascist powers are and I and I think that's important is again just as a historic not it's not to excuse it and so please don't misunderstand. It's just to understand how atrocities happen atrocities can happen. Even. If you don't have monsters running the government quite the opposite, right if you take the leash off and allow the dogs of war to just run free, you're likely to have atrocities even though all sorts of people are likely to think they're they're doing good.
Johnny Depp sues tabloid newspaper for article calling him a “wife beater”
"In London England's high court, beginning 1/3 week of hearings as Johnny Depp souse of British newspaper for calling him a wife. Beater Dept. Has denied a string of allegations, instead saying heard was violent towards him. Another two of his former partners back to a known a rider and sing of Vanessa Paradis have given evidence in his support. The newspaper. The Sun is a corporate cousin of Fox News in London. Simon Oh in
Paradis, Ryder no longer appearing at Depp's libel case
"Depp libel suit continues with more bizarre tails. Here's Michelle Pelino. Johnny Depp's libel suit against the Sun continued in London with more behind the scenes behavior between the couple emerging Pepe suing the paper for calling him a wife beater. Following accusations from his ex Amber heard both Winona Ryder and Vanessa parody steps. Other exes volunteered to take the stand but depths. Attorneys said it wasn't necessary, instead taking the stand herds former assistant Cape James, who accused her of stealing her story of rape and twisting parts of it into her allegations against death. And the couple's former estate manager Kevin Murphy, who took the stand and said he lied to the Australian court and the fight over bringing their dogs illegally at herds request.
"paradis" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"The data is so a lot of matters. If you don't know enough about the data you don't know enough about the process. You might spend a ton of energy and stuff that doesn't matter and there are a lot of a lot of noise out. A removing noise from signal. Is something very difficult get hung up on something that is not important? It's very easy especially when you're building a data model to be like I'm GonNa pool all these in because there's some divided be extracted. But if you don't know what that value of Front Gate. It's very easy to chase a lot of rabbits holes that you can't build in any kind of correlations causations to to extract evaluate from answer. You have to focus on like you said the eighty twenty rule you know. What are the twenty that difference? And then you're GonNa meet a lot of people and they're going to give you a lot of feedback. Allow those like Nevada. Valid again correct but it might just be his to building any solution. You have to talk to a lot of people you have to first of all you have to. Have you have to fill the pain yourself? Feel yourself is a big differentiator. I felt like for example. The one of the biggest challenges Roy the is. I'm changing my voice. Facing how does it affect my portfolio? This is a very difficult situation. You know why because the moment you do that you'll number of inventory changes sticks on the map changes and then the sticks on the map changes the type of changes because of those are space far and then you cap exchanges. Because you're gonNA have less votes on per path. Greg everything changes and people people think it's easy as just say no. We're GONNA space further albums. I know it changes the entire asset exactly and the number of rigs changes. Because you're going to draw less or more wealth is just trickled down to everything so making this practice right now. It would minimum takes three months for any empty. I I will challenge you unless you have hundred. If any measure doing this analysis we've done it in will take much longer than that. So because and that's what a lot of companies refused to change versus basin. Just because they're scared of updating the business plan the entire capital budget everything changes just going okay instead of six hundred foot racing to eight fifty changes everything absolately yet. Scary to think about scary. I'm glad I don't run an EMP. Figure that out but now we got eazy software like petroleum so I could just sit there and figure it out you know like it just so we build a foundation so you can do analysis and see the impact on your performed casual immediate right. Yeah I know we have Ryan. Maybe ninety percents functional at and never going to have people constantly wants more functionality and above. We're just constantly bill that every week. We have a new release a cool areas pass for years have to really really be releasing future. Our men don't burn areas like that broke through the real story exaggerating Beaver des Moines to major operator. They ask for Fisher in the demo by the end of the Demo we released Fisher. That's awesome. Were super impressed. Isn't it cool idea for this to be this way? I send a message on to my team. Guys get on. Make it right now. Push push the live. And they're all guys can go back to their personal motto. Boom the buttons. It does the power we speaking. Yeah Greg so we have A. We have a team that these everybody has equity in the company right. So they have they have skin in the game and they get paid very well and they're gonNa work hard and Ryan all expert. Graceful is just putting this needs to get it just takes a lot of education. Look in. That's why I keep saying a lot of operators are saying okay. I'm going to hire my own software developer team do it. It will cost you a hundred times more like Islam. Evidence Doable Gregory Higher. And you can have. You can spend three years two years try to do it. And then whatever you building is just going to work just for your own internal stuff. And if something new POPs something Reina okay. Negative oil prices oil prices. It goes so look this concept that it wasn't introduced before and they have to shut him. Bells on a mass. You're not talking wanted to I. I have to optimize my shirt in program. I'm just GONNA. I'm not gonNA just randomly Sharon just three months this for six months. Some have to be sharing one month one but might might have to be six. Months is not a process for that. Build a tool for it in the past two weeks. It's going to be released as we right now by like. Think about the power we speaking. You're constantly in touch with operators and we constantly get their feedback. The moment we figure this feature value we get after we build and we released. That's awesome such a good point that you guys are software company peace needed to stick to figure out how to get oil out of the ground. Don't try to build internal solutions. Yeah Yeah you know. I'm excited that came on. I get really pumped about this. I get excited about inside petroleum. Working anyone listening to you urged listening to this upset. Find you guys are gone. You have your website up getting tin on of a son. Richest Lincoln website. Anybody we all present. What's what's the Url to the website insult petroleum dot com awesome. How some little inside? So if anyone wants to reach out to you guys go to the website Find these guys on linked in. We'll put Links in the show notes that they can find you a appreciate. Y'All coming on the show. This is awesome. Thank you guys have fled a cool show. I like watching your vehicles and and Lincoln. I love that man. Let you guys are so connected to people and and you guys scared to reach out to anybody. And that's that's that takes on cars. You know you guys can reach out to sea off exam and there are some people that have been destroyed the shy of talking to even today bus or you. But you guys what what. You guys is amazing. And it's just up a lot of issues with oil and gas and you guys make it obvious. He showed positive. Show the negative and bring transparency. Just making people communicate with each other and just and don't be scared of talking about the problems you know. We have problems if he ignore it is industrial is not going to be around the house to accept it a problem and let's figure out solutions to the problems absolutely appreciate the county and hope are are showing everything that we've done. You Know Joe People. There are solutions to the problems. And the you know the oil and gas industries of very small world right. Yeah and it's interconnected and no one's outta reach. So you know with with new mediums that we have others podcasts. Social media you know it's easy to find people and information and you know how hope people are able to find guys this show so again? Thanks for coming on really officially Authorship I guess if you enjoyed the episode please take second Senator Friends We Review we do If you took it out yet we just launched the bullpen to go to the website wealthed dot com slash bullpen. And also be a Lincolnshire notes for that as well as we got a whole lot of demos from a whole lot of different companies in the space for super excited about playing about twenty startups on the bullpen. By the end of May twenty twenty. So whenever you're listening to that there could be a lot more in the future.
"paradis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Leaders believe they have the votes to block the witnesses and a vote on acquittal could come tomorrow or Saturday president trump traveled to Iowa tonight for a big rally back in American heart in the final push before Monday's caucuses here president trump brought his own message to Iowa as Democrats campaign across the state this going to defeat the radical socialist Democrats in a right down the street the president also took aim at his impeachment trial as key Senate Republicans determine its future why am I not worry I should be lower Steve Dorsey CBS news tomorrow night the state department tonight warned Americans against travel to China upping is warning level to the highest on the heels of the world health organization's declaration that the corona virus outbreak is now a global health emergency meantime a Chicago man has become the six confirmed case of the virus in the US he got it from his wife CBS is Sabrina Cuban this CD sees doctor Robert Redfield we understand that this may be concerning but based on what we know now our assessment remains that the immediate risks to the American public is low this new cases in Illinois it is the husband of a woman who was diagnosed with the virus after traveling to Wuhan China this brings the total number of confirmed cases now to six here in the United States Bernie Cupid for CBS news Atlanta voters to Los the fifty two year old man charged with murdering his wife in a case that has become known as the missing mother died today two days after he sat in his running car in a closed up garage and suffered carbon monoxide poisoning his attorney norm Paradis families adamant that his name be cleared we have filed an unusual motion for him as a defendant to force the state to show its hand in a trial filled with evidence we think.
Man charged in wife's disappearance testifying in civil case
"Connecticut man facing charges in connection with his wife's disappearance is expected to testify today in a civil case forty three losses being sued by his wife's mother for more than two point five million dollars in loans to his business his wife Jennifer a mother of five vanished in may more than six months after Jennifer do Los vanished from her Connecticut home cameras will be in court as her husband fo ti stew Los fights accusations videos Jennifer's family millions it's a horrible horrible situation norm Paradis represents protease in the criminal trial where folks he said his girlfriend Michelle truck owners have pleaded not guilty to evidence tampering and hindering prosecution or whatever is said tomorrow can also be used in any potential criminal trial does that to complicate things does it add more pressure yes and yes it took it's profoundly complicated question according to the Stamford advocate Gloria Farber in her late husband sued protease in January two thousand eighteen nearly eighteen months before Jennifer disappear at the time so Thiessen Jennifer were involved in a bitter divorce battle at the center of the lawsuit two and a half million dollars photo east was allegedly supposed to pay that money back to Jennifer's parents after they invested in his real estate business Gloria former claims for T. still owes her more than a quarter of that money which T. says was a gift this commercial transactions took place years ago we don't think they should any light whatsoever on the criminal allegations this civil trial comes as police continue to investigate how Jennifer disappeared and whether
"paradis" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Here's Nick Wilson. And Chris McLean. The Panthers made their selection at sixteen. Brian burns edge rusher out of Florida state. We're going to continue on with your guys. This reaction reacting ourselves here another local product, oh just going off the board at eighteen Garrett bradberry center out of NC state before the Paradis shining for Carolina dish, this has been a kind of school of thought that maybe he would have made sense there. You look at what Minnesota's doing. They've got Pat outline it Senator who's now going to be able to move to guard next to gird bradberry. They're trying to take care of Kirk cousins. There you gotta love the pick. And again, I think bradberry. Eighteen makes a hell of a lot more sense that Chris Lindstrom a Boston College at fourteen to the Atlanta Falcons bradberry is going to be a solid pro for years, man. There's no doubt about another Charlotte kid to like Daniel Jones. You got to feel good for him as well. Make his dreams. Come true. And the Vikings Nido line helped desperately mad. It's good pick for them. I don't know if it's quite as good as the Brian Burke pick, which I personally find to be amazing. But it's pretty darn good. Wait. Are you all heck? Now, you've you you've kind of ASA lated are you show on the burns train right now that you are feeling the birth. I believe the burns have actually started to be felt. Yes, it's no doubt about it. Well, I'm glad that you brought this up because we have somebody who brought up a I would say maybe one of the best points here. Seven four say number on the text line. You're saying after the peppers comes the bird's eye up. Sorry, now that standpoint everything makes sense. Bravo, we'll continue to get your reaction seven. Oh, four five seven zero ninety six ten or you can hit us up at Nick Wilson WFAN see at MAC WFAN Zee on our personal Twitter accounts here.
"paradis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Good afternoon. Everybody beautiful spring day to day just hours away from the bomb. Cyclone that's about to hit Colorado. I'd never heard that term before. But whether people are using it. It sounds horrible. It sounds like it could be maybe the worst weather system. That's ever come through Colorado will soon find out just catch your attention. Yeah. And Mike Klis is going to join us. Mike our Broncos insider brought to you by cred dot org. Well, we got a lot to talk about today. Mike how you doing? I'm doing great guys. Yeah. Mr. All of a sudden you. I think Rick actually asked a question. I don't think anybody could hear it. So so what are your what are your ideas? What are your take? Or what is your take on the two recent additions by the Broncos are what's your Broncos fans know about these guys starting with Kareem Jackson. Yeah. They they wanted. He seems to fit because of what Vic Fangio does on defense. He he kind of said that tackling is non-negotiable among a secondary guys and cream Jackson's very good tackler. You know, you saw that against the Broncos last year in game nine and he's going to be a corner for them this year. He also can play safety. I think Houston when they let him go to free agency thought he's got a lot of years left in them as a safety. He's not a man to man corner. He's not a man to man, cover guy. I'm not sure if he ever was a outside zone type cornerback you can play the net goal and he can play safety. So that's real good. I do think they overpaid for John James at right tackle. But they were in it. You know, they didn't get Billy Turner. And then they were in it with buffalo, which drives the price up. The Broncos have been on John James for a couple of years. We all know the problems the Broncos have had at right tackle. And so. You do have to overpay in day one of free agency. If you wanna get your guy, and that's one guy they targeted they knew they were going to have to pay maybe a little more than they wanted to. But at the end, they got their guy. So they got they're better at two positions. I think and they lost a bunch of guys today, Paradis Roby, and Billy Turner Turner was I think the biggest loss to him. But you know, they feel like they're better today than they were forty eight hours ago, you feel like Billy Turner at least from their standpoint was a bigger loss to the Broncos, then Matt Paradis. You know, they tried harder. I'll I'll I'll say this. They tried harder to sign Billy Turner than they did Matt Paradis Paradis, what they actually were in on Mitch Morris for a little bit the chiefs center, and then if you look at his deal, he got he's now behind pay center for the Buffalo Bills. The bills gave them nineteen and a half million dollars for year one. And this is a guy who missed five games with a concussion last year. So they were priced out there. The Broncos are looking at a one year kind of a make good type deal with Paradis. But he he went above that. He went nine million a year for three years, although it's really really looking at a one year full guaranteed, by the way on the Matt Paradis steel. So yeah, I think because Turner does so much he. You know, and they have Connor McGovern at center the fact that Paradis was hurt to the degree. He was at the end of last year had the Broncos trying to sign Billy Turner more than they did Paradis. So do you think the the Broncos looking at the the injury that Matt Paradis is attempting to come back from the day, they know him better than anybody. They thought that there was some risk there signing into a long term deal. Yes. Okay. That's that's the position they had. They thought there were similarities to those ankle injuries and Paradis, and and is agency disputes this. But the Bronco sought Thurs maybe some similarities to the ankle injuries of JD Walton and Chris Cooper and those guys came back, but they were never the same Paradis. Not only had this fracture. But he also had surgeries onto hips. And they just you know, there there. Hey, they're happy for Matt. You know, they're they're pleased. He he got he got a deal, and he's going to be able to continue his career. They just data's had too many doubts to give them more than a one year deal by our guest brought to you by cred dot org. Mike what what are you hearing might be next for the Broncos if anything in terms of the next move in free agency? I, you know, they're waiting for to calm down a little bit the prices, and they're gonna do some bargain-hunting mostly depths. I'm not sure exactly what position they're looking at. But as far as their own guys, I think hire men is probably next up. They'd like to keep Jeff higher men. But you know, right now, he's. His asking prices is maybe a little higher than they want to go. So they hope is market comes down to to them. And then in but for the most part, I think the two big splashes have happened. And then, but there will be a couple more here and they're down the line. And let's not forget about Joe flacco, which that deal was done a couple of weeks. It's a pretty big splash right there. They're all in on the flacco trade that. Yeah. That'll that'll be official tomorrow. And the case keenum deal to Washington won't be official tomorrow. And yeah, that's that's a big splash. And I you know, I think the coaching staff is the other area guys where this team is believes it's better this year than it was last year. The last couple of years Mike regarding Bradley Roby, and at cornerback position Bradley Roby leaves for one year deal with Houston, the Broncos signed Kareem Jackson. So the way it's looking now Kareem Jackson will be the number two cornerback with Chris Harris junior. And you think they still draft somebody? There's there's a couple of good Cornerbacks that should be available to them. Yes, now, whether it's what that number ten pick. I can't say, but I would think a cornerback would be play at number ten. It's possible. You know, there's a there's a tight end from Iowa. That's everyone has going number ten. There's a couple tied into my to. I mean, high draft choices for sure. Yeah. Fanti think is more receiver. Not the the is not much not a you know, the starter type yet. Anyway, I think they're crossing bolt their fingers and and all of their toes for Jake. But to come back healthy. That's that's a tough one. You know, they they are able to address all their needs guys. You know, I think defensive line inside linebacker, you know, Devon, white and Devin Bush probably in play for that number ten spot also cornerback there would be would make the most sense for me. It is deep defensive tackle draft. So maybe they get one. They get one there in the second round. And then and receiver from what I understand they're they're planning on a manual coming coming back full. I think they need another veteran receiver, but I think might try to get one value depths, but not a maybe a starter. But it it might be a manual and Cortlandt Sutton as your as your starters and day. Sean Hamilton is the number three is the way it looks right now. All right, Mike. Thanks for your time. We got we got something to talk about any way now and hopefully more to come here. The next couple of days. Thanks for coming on your show. I. You got a guy. Mike klis. Our Broncos insider also we found out today that the Broncos will be playing in the hall of fame game August one in beautiful canton, Ohio and Broncos falcons. Yup. On the and you've done that game before I have a couple of times. Seems like it's been it's been twice in my career for sure I know this it'll be. Tad bit warm. I'm guessing in canton, Ohio on the first of August. Yeah. Count on that. Well, humid for sure yes. Brandon is told me ninety one and two thousand four so I've done it twice and class had a tweet earlier from one of the writers from the Denver post had asked John at the ninety one hall of fame game after he at that point lost three Super Bowl say, hey, do you ever see yourself here? I don't know. I think winning a Super Bowl would help give me a long way. And then obviously, we know how that came to Pat, right? Ninety one is what the temperature will be along with the human about immunity temperature in the nineties. I count on that four twenty six it's Lewis and Logan KOA NewsRadio..
"paradis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"So the carousel continues to turn at a frenetic rate with the NFL and it's player movement. Again, we are not even to the time where these contracts could be made official. Not that. You know, I wouldn't expect it to be even crazier tomorrow. But certainly the flood of information will be even greater because not only will you get the agreed to you'll get the Nick foles deal is official and Corinne Jackson's deal is official and data. So today, I don't know that it's been quite as crazy as yesterday, which is not totally surprising. Just given that the initial. Oh my God. We can talk to these guys. Now when things get done. The one thing I thought last night after the John James signing or agreed upon contract was announced. Is good move. But what about the interior what about the interior of the Broncos offensive line? I said yesterday if the Broncos don't find a way to fortify the center position. All of this money that John Elway has thrown at this thing the draft pick of Garrett Bowles the draft picks of other guys. He's placed along the offensive line. The good ones. I mean will. All of that progress will be jeopardized. If they lose the anchor of that line, and I said, it doesn't have to be Matt Paradis that comes back. Although that is my. Preference. Mitch Moore's is a good replacement. No sooner. Did I say that yesterday? Then wheels alerted me that Mitch Moore said signed with the bills. And now the Broncos I think are in a pickle because the reports from Ian Rapoport say that Matt Paradis is headed to have Cam Newton's hands in his undercarriage. As Matt Paradis will sign with the Carolina Panthers. Do we have? Deeds on that. As far as the we'll get the details. Again, can't be made official till tomorrow. But the report from Ian Rapoport three years twenty seven million. Not sure what the guaranteed dollars are. But. Nine million a year average. I think the Broncos coup Ford it. Probably. Seem with the money even with the money. They're throwing I think the money they threw around kept them out of the Adrian Amos sweepstakes. He ends up. What? Turncoat trader right going from Chicago to Green Bay. How does that happen? So I think that people on Twitter last night. We're like all right now Bryce Callahan now CJ Moseley now it probably should have known better. But nine million a year. On average. That's not even to say that you can you know, maybe you backload it. Maybe the Panthers are frontloading this thing which could lead to a different conversation but nine million a year for a guy who has been. A leader. I know a lot of you will bring up his injury stuff. I'm not saying it's not valid. But. When everything around him when he was on the field and everything around him was garbage. He was consistently one of the best centers in all of football. And again what he brought to the locker room. Added value. So I look at this. I say why in the Broncos have done it. Why didn't the Broncos prioritize would you? Let me ask you this wheels. Because cream Jackson corner was a huge need. So I'm not gonna put cream Jackson or Matt Paradis. Would you rather? As you sit here right now have Matt Paradis or John James Paradis. I think I would too. Yeah. So it tells me either John Elway has different priorities than we do or once Matt Paradis hit the market or even before that. There were conversations where Matt Paradis came away. Like, I'm not coming back here. Can't come out and say it. Because that hurts your leverage in free agency by. That has to be what happened. It just. An average annual value of nine million dollars a year for somebody who has been with the team consistently producing win healthy. Through all of these lean years and the good ones. I just feel like maybe Matt Paradis felt like it was just time to move on. And has he said anything? Twitter. I haven't seen anything. But here's according to Mike Klis details he's gonna get a loan point five in his first year. And apparently the Broncos only offered him a one year deal. So that might be. Leaving so little frontloaded little frontloaded, but still for a guy with that importance. I think the Broncos could have matched it, but the Broncos now those of you on the text line who have been hitting me up in a couple of you on Twitter last night talking about Matt Paradis is injury history. That's how John that's obviously what John Elway was taking into account because you don't give a guy there's two reasons you give a guy a one year deal, and Bradley Roby is finding this out. You're getting a one year deal because you have injury concerns or because you had an absolutely terrible year. And you got to reprove yourself to the rest of the NFL. Matt Paradis is obviously the former the ladder. He doesn't need to prove anything in terms of how good of a center he is. But John Elway operating with the idea we've dealt with injuries with this guy before we want you back on the one year deal with Joe flacco. What do you say an Matt Paradis was like I'm gonna I'm gonna go find somebody who will sign me up.
Rams don't pick up option on veteran C John Sullivan
"Target Rams will not bring back centre, John Saul? Yeah. I think the only question here is that he's thirty three. So I don't think he would get a longer like the guy from Denver, right? Paradis is younger. I check Mitch Moore says h from Kansas City, I think those guys are considered the top two guys in the market. But I saw you tweeted that out Mitch Moore says twenty six twenty seven okay. So they're both younger this guys thirty three. So that would be the only issue they run he was part of a very good offensive line. Register or this morning that they talked. They gave him a lot of credit for helping Jared Goff helping what he had to do. In terms of understanding defenses in calls and running the offense. And we know the center of the offensive line is important guy. He's critical to the performance of the line with line calls all of his responsibilities. But apparently he got credit for some of the stuff he did with Jared Goff and how he helped that young quarterback develop. So I looked at that. I thought I mean, I'd rather get a younger guy in a longer term like like a guy like Paradis, if he's available, but I think that would cost you a lot more than John Sullivan. Would if the bills are interested in a guy like that he'd make the line better. He can help a young quarterback. He's not going to cost you. I mean, I don't think it'd be much more than maybe a two or three year deal. So that I thought that was an interesting name just to as an option of maybe a shorter term contract. But still a guy who would upgrade your offense of line. I think that'd be an interesting move for them it all because look at the money. I'm curious to see where the money goes next week on the offensive line. Now, if you think the bills should go and get a tackle for what it's worth, Tampa just resigned Donovan Smith, and he got an average of about fourteen million dollars a year. So we'll see what happens in terms of. I dunno where center money is going to go. We had talked about the bills maybe trying to go after Daryl Williams from from Carolina. He comes off an injury shortened twenty eight teams, and maybe that drives value down. But I'm curious to see how far the bills are willing to go in terms of spending. Because I've told you before and I'm I'm going to say it again, I expect a starting offensive lineman. At least one starting offensive lineman to come in free agency center guard tackle, I don't know. But I expect them to get at least one starter in free agency of question is how much money Sullivan wouldn't cost you as much as the other guys shorter-term lower average annual value. My
"paradis" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth
"And then you drop back, you know, at a seven step drop about eleven yards deep right behind the offense of tackle. And you start pushing the ball down the football field. That's what they did. Well, that's what he does. Well, he's not a boot keep game. He's not get outside the pocket quarterback. Get on the run. He's an inside the pocket quarterback guy. And I look at the Broncos, and I think you still have issues, you know, developing your your wide receiving core. You don't have tied incor- you've got to be able to run the ball. Well, and you've got the same problem that you've had for the last seven years that you haven't addressed you. Speaking of bandaids, Mike, you've tried to put band aids on offense of Lyman you've gotten mentally Guoxin failure bus. You got jeered Valdeir who you're not going to re-sign just didn't work out. You drafted Garrett Bowles who's got more. You know, he's got more tackles than than half your defensive players do. You know, and you lost your your probably your best player up front in Matt Paradis again with an injury, and he's getting older and Ronald Leary. The guy you signed to a big contract to come in. And be your starting guard. He tours the Keeley. So you got issues across the board. And you haven't been able to figure out a way to address those issues in less six or seven years. So, you know, speaking of bandaids how you gonna fix that. Because it's you know, the one thing that's been true in as I travel around the National Football League and talk to general managers, and I'm calling games or fogs. Everyone of them asked me the same thing..
"paradis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Back five nineteen. Then we're talking about the Broncos new head coach Vic Fangio the Broncos new offensive coordinator, Gary kubiak who is their former head coach and Brandon from Littleton, Scott a question bread. Yeah. Looking at the centers. He said Matt Paradis, you expect him to be back. He's actually coming off that season ending injury. Ryan Jensen, Colorado. Data rates ESE Pueblo signed a four year forty two million dollar deal, but only twenty two guarantees on average attend five. Brandon Linder the Jags. He makes ten three west enrich burden other guy. Nine five Travis Frederick the Cowboys nine four Alex Mack nine Justin. Brit nine Rodney Hudson. Eight nine marquees pouncey eight point eight Mike pouncey his brother both pro bowler, seven and a half. What kind of deal are you bring Paradis back? I mean, listen that. That's none of us have that that information. It's it's going to be they always try to get you for the least amount of money, they possibly can. But the market that you just. Ran down. I mean, I think Matt Paradis. Is considered to be one of the good players at that position. So I mean, you got to factor in he he got a factor in your coming off an injury plagued season. In fact, the last couple of years have been very tough on his body. But I I would say this if you if you got just to play with numbers, and I don't have any idea in terms of the cap, the the numbers in where there were they're going to allocate the money, but if you got Matt Paradis on a four year deal for thirty two million and sixteen. Eighteen of that was guaranteed. I would have to think his adviser would say Mathis pretty good deal. Now again, I say that going in completely blind. Exactly, sure. What some of the other guys will command. But that's you know, that's pretty good money. I think he's a good player and a good guy in the way you described Gary kubiak offense. I think he's a good fit. Yeah. He likes likes guys that can move up front for sure. From the text line from the seven one nine they wanna know, how does case keenum fit in the kubiak softens? I think if cases here, and I suspect he will be I think Gerry will have the feeling that he can get more out of case. I think you'll see more boots. I think you'll see more play pass. You know, you're going to want to establish the running game. I just think Gary feels strongly about case I mean, strongly enough that for the last year of his deal. If John Elway sits down, Gary and says, listen, can we get more out of this guy the one I saw this year? I think Jerry would say, yeah, I think I can. But when you say that Dave I can just see fans in their cargo on. You're not saying case keenum's the future. No next year. I'm saying, right. More than likely you can look at this one or two ways and Kurt. We're gonna come right to you. You can look at this and say, there's one more year of case keenum, you can look at it and say, the Broncos are pretty much stuck with case keenum for one more year or you can look and say the Broncos are completely finished with case keenum, they're going to release him. They're gonna eat dead money in the process, and they're going to go out and acquire. Then you get to fill in the blank is that Joe flacco is that teddy Bridgewater in some sort of deal. I mean to me. Your team has been decimated. There are other areas to build that I would not trade draft capital for and and jeopardize the future. The next two or three years I want to acquire as much draft capital as I can if that means you go through another year with case keenum, well, then I'm going to count on Gary kubiak to make him better than what I saw this year. And then next year, then we go we go take a shot. At who? We think is our franchise quarterback. You wonder if they'll take a look at Bridgewater a young quarterback at one time was the franchise quarterback for the Vikings. I don't know what he would cost, but you might be a guy. It is enormously think he's gonna command big money again. Keep in mind any veteran quarterback you signed to a deal. You also have to factor in what it costs the team to cut case keenum true. So that you got to add that to the deal, but I wonder if he'd be value value kind of signing keenum was, you know, like, they thought keenum was a good value at what they paid, and maybe Bridgewater. You could get him. The same lobby. Maybe maybe it's hard hard to gauge really what they're thinking. My guess would be they'll keep case keenum for one more year, you keep case and Bridgewater. No too much money. Why would you want to commit that much money? One of them's not gonna play. Well, one of them's backup, and they both van backup backup to be a college guy like a third round draft choice. Yeah. Very well happen Kurt. You've gotta question that we have the voice of the Broncos. Dave, logan. Rick Lewis, Kathy Lee. What's up? Hey, guys. Sorry tonight. What kind of what I was gonna ask. I just thought it would be interesting. Maybe reunites Laco with kubiak who seem to have a little more success with flacco that he did with keenum bigger taller guy. Little worse success on his belt than just one year. Gave that earlier, you know, that was I was thinking the same thing and others are also thinking that I think that strictly comes down to the economics of the situation. I mean, and and I do not know what Gary's feelings were having coached. Joe flacco for a year. So that that'll stay that is listening to Brandon show in the show those I mean, the quarterback classic college is really a two years away. So we'll there is more of a two year bridge. I just don't see case being that to your bridge. Will maybe Joe flacco could be with a with his resume. So. Yeah. That you know, what I think that's incurred. Thanks for the call. I think that is a valid point. But again, it gets down to sitting down with the cap just sitting down with all the people that look at the cap and say, here's how much money we have. Here's what we can spend. How do we need to get to that number who do we need to release to get to that number? And if you sign Joe flacco again, he's under contract eighteen twenty and twenty four the next three years if you can work some sort of deal, right? Then you're going to part with case keenum if you could do that. And it's net zero. I think most people would say well, gosh that would make sense, but it's not a net zero. It's there's a guaranteed a case next year of seven million. And if you're releasing there's ten million on the books dead money. So they have to factor all of those things. And before they make a decision Turkey will get a break here.
"paradis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Vance Joseph here at stubhub center about thirty minutes before the kickoff today with the Broncos on the road to face. The chargers you guys are coming off a BI week. You're coming off a good effort against the Texans. You would think you get some guys back healthy after having the weekend off and yet you lose a starter. Amax Garcia and practice. You. How about that? You know, we've lost. We lost our three best interior guys with with max, and Matt Paradis and rhyme leery, you know, but I, you know, I think our our line room has grown as force experiencing guys who can play guard center and tackle so comfortable with Eli planner right, Gordon. Billy Turner, playing the left Gordon McGovern planes center. Obviously the DEP is going to be an issue. But I think those three guys do provide something that we had had and that's that's quickness zone scheme that's feet to block speed rusher. So we lost those three guys, but these three guys can't play for us. So if somebody gets nicked today, right Gene-o gronkowski. At eighty spot. Yeah. I think Gino can go in and play center. Gordon, we can move Billy to tackle. We a tackle issue. Obviously, we have a gorgeous. It's also Gino Sam Jones. So we do have some options in both of our starting guards also play tackle. So I think our stresses there at tackle. So if someone gets hurt at tackle, we go Billy. I and second inside guys get hurt. We got Sam Jones NGO addressed. So that that's sort of the bad news from the week. The good news is you're going to get some healthy bodies. Fac got ROY streaming data and Hamilton back when we got Darren Stewart back that's that's three frontlines daughters forests in Dubai surface. Well from the running back spot you mentioned Royce Freeman's back today. How will you incorporate him, you know, we'll go back to doing the season, and you know, have a package for all three guys. And I think heaven Royce back allows us to move thirty around more Philip out of the backfield and would motions and helping to pass game would Philip being the sole runner it kind of. Lachey into doing certain things with him. But with Royce being back, we can get back to some deception. You know, what our backs welcome back to stubhub center here in Carson, California continue our conversation with the Broncos head coach Vance Joseph. I these messages in the KOA Broncos radio network win.
"paradis" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue
"The Broncos just had a huge blow to the offense of line with the last of their best lineman in my opinion center, Matt Paradis, now, they just place Paradis on. I r this week charters won't see him. This year will also say after watching games earlier this year, Matt Paradis was probably on his way to being a top five setter in this league. He was outstanding this season injuries sucks. Taking over Matt Paradis central be the right guard Connor McGovern now the right guard. Spot was vacated by Ronald. Leery when it went down with an injury. But before that McGovern was almost replaced at right guard now because of that injury Leary McGovern kept his spot. But is now moving to the center spot lot shuffling going on right guard to take over McGovern. Spot who took Leary spot will be Eli Wilkinson who's actually done. Pretty good in limited duty the guard on the opposite side on the other hand max Garcia has not Garcia's arguably been they're worse time in this year. But it does not stop there. Right. Tackle jared. Ville deer has been banged up all year as miss four games and left. Tackle Garrett Bowles is not having a good season. He looked slow. He doesn't look athletic enough to hang it left. Tackle when you beat both. He gets grabby. He leads the league at holding penalties. He is having a tough go at it right now. And it gets worse with the abundance of penalties. Broncos head coach Vance Joseph also talked about trying out new left tackles within to give bowl some competition. Then of course. The injury bug. Hit and bowls is now safe for now at left tackle all five spots in the Broncos offense of line has some question marks. But what they do do. Well is they can run block before the Paradis injury. They were one of the best run blocking groups in the NFL. Vala teams have done the podcast for maybe the Rams are the only better run blocking group of the teams of wash so far in my opinion. Least. That's definitely a strength of theirs pass balking not so much. So on defense starting a front defensive line. The Broncos are one of the worst run defensively. NFL they are bottom. Ten they're allowing one hundred thirty one yards rushing per game. And the two thousand eighteen Broncos now hold the record for yards rushing allowed in two consecutive games. Since the merger at five hundred and ninety three to give five hundred ninety three yards in two games to the jets into the Rams upfront to Mata Petco is a defensive leader man's the middle nose tackle..
"paradis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Paradis and Cosby from the njdieTcom studios. We're getting a little nice air conditioning compared to the mugginess outside for the Columbus Day parade. Well, President Donald Trump says he is now taking it sitting down, especially he feels that his now supreme court now confirmed Justice, of course, over such a heated time that we all saw across the country the vote going through, of course, very late on Saturday into the weekend as we know it was fifty to forty eight. Break Cavanaugh sale through as expected, but boy was at a bumpy ride. And now President Donald Trump hours after that vote went through and he knew that read Cavanaugh was going to be the next court Justice. He went on with Janine Perreault on Fox News who asked him specifically. She said, listen, what do you think of some of these women who came forward and she specifically asked him about Julie, sweat, Nick. That was the third person who was represented by Michael Nadi, who of course, is the attorney for stormy Daniels. And this is what President Trump to say. He basically said throw the book at anybody. He says who made false allegations against cavenaugh. I'd love to see our libel laws get up and up. So you could take people do. Exactly the same thing. Totally false statements. You look at what happened, and yes, I think they should be held liable. I would say they should be held to the highest standard. You can't go around and whether they keyed up stories or making false statements about such an important position. You can't do that you destroy somebody's life. There were many many false things that was dead about a very fine, man. And what would have destroyed his family if this didn't happen, and it all came together at the end and people realize it was false accusation ball state, bent. Well. And listen if it turns out that someone intentionally did this with false statements. We don't know there's still it just wasn't proven some of the things. But I say throw the book at them if they can prove that it was like a setup, and it was orchestrated and that there was no merit blatantly. No merit that it was intentionally lying because he had to prove that they intentionally lied. I say Curtis throw the book, Adam it's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two one eight hundred eight four eight nine to you know, why because cavenaugh will never want to sit through depositions, which you'll just open the can of worms again and could get even more detailed and all of those deposition remarks, although they should post to remain on the hush hush mush mush will fight. Find their way to the public pages of whether the Washington Post, the New York Times or whatever journal decides to publish him. So there's no way you get at a man who liable a defamation if you, but the point is a good point though, Curtis to say that people should not if they can prove it again, we don't know in this case a lot of these ones. Shit lock him up. Then you can get them on criminal charges prove that they lied. Well. I if a person is saying as Ford shed, that's I'm one hundred percent sure that that was Kavanagh who sexually assaulted me. And the FBI has done what they claim is an extensive overview of the situation, and you cannot find anything that would suggest that. Well, then clearly you got to give a person is sentenced six months because. No, no libel laws are gonna work. He's a public figure Cavanaugh. I have a problem with like like Trump had a problem in a number of people did with the NBC reporting. Granted it was not corroborated when they interviewed sweat neck. And they talked with the number of these things, but they did say in fairness that afterwards. I said, hey, well, you know, we couldn't corroborate this. We couldn't corroborate that. It was a public sort of awareness issue. Everybody was on it. But I think that if you can prove that somebody intentionally there should be repercussions. If somebody purposely went out and tried to malign and again at this point, but none of them. No leash report. Yes. That's where the filing a false police report and making an allegation, but they put the country in turmoil. If we again, we don't know for sure maybe they just couldn't be cavenaugh wants to go through depositions. Oh, I'm sure he doesn't. But the principle is a good one. Going through that would stormy Daniels because he reclaimed in the same interview with the person throwing thirteen inch clinches at him Janine Pirro. She actually she. That's right. That's right. I never heard an interview actually chime in. You're you're absolutely right. Mr president. I thought you supposed to ask the question. Sorry. Sorry and gals. Would opinions. But he actually associated himself with cavenaugh by saying I'm a Noddy had made the same damaging remarks false accusations about him as president. We all know, it's true. Well, we don't know we pay money, right? But we don't know all the things that avenue has claimed has had because Albany did make this video stormy day talking about the sweat nickname. Hang on in the sweat. Nick Casey is saying that this was not accurate. So if he can prove avenue ATI made it sound like us was part of a game. And said avenue ATI had made false accusations against me in the past. And I'd love to see libel laws get tougher and deal with that. So somebody should full. I should say put your money where your about this, Mr President. And we know what happens right on to the point where it goes before a judge foam, the President Trump's shuttles. Our number's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two to what eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. Let's go to John from Staten Island. John John here soon holding off on Jonah's. We want to give some other people in Jonah regular. I didn't know. Julia. We got a lot of John. Rita.
"paradis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Out a list of guys who are not expected to play tonight against the Air's cardinals, would you like to hear them in rapid, fire form Of course you would here we go Deep cleansing breath. Keenum Booker Janet vich Maria's Thomas San, why do you put d. e. Thomas, who's the other Thomas on the okay enter Mason. Your trip in the. Up keenum Booker, Jan of its Thomas Sanders hire men, but. Bulls Leary Paradis McGovern Valdeir Garcia, wolf Petco, that's dome, atop Petco Miller, Marshall Davis Todd Davis not Terrell. Davis Chris Harris, Bradley Roby Justin Simmons. And Darren Stewart Tune, in at eight on TV channel at, all right some texts dots before we go Jason. Relishes the spotlight talking. About calling Kabir, Nick because he's a terrible quarterback only, way. Could stick around go play. In, Canada with, Johnny Manziel, no anthem before, a game to protest if you. Really wanna ball Both things Not is not. Terrible quarterback You look as detailed. Steaks and. He's not great he's. Not I don't think he's I don't think he's one of the thirty two. Best quarterbacks in the world they certainly wanted to sixty four So he's not terrible But, I think you I you touch on what I just that Jason there in the last segment. About the candidate thing Hauling kaffir Nick is sitting here and he feels like it is a win win for him Because all he needs to do is. Keep saying. I am a starting quarterback and win a team like Seattle reaches out to you On cabinet goes to Seattle and if you really wanted a job just a job he wanted to be employed And he would say my job is to make Russell Wilson better that's what I'm here to do I am here to make Russell Wilson and even. Better quarterback by pushing him by mentoring 'em by whatever, that is the backups job Is to make the starter better and to God forbid it's still in If the starter, goes down but he didn't do that he, went, into Seattle, any said I am. A starter and see hawk said okay your starter we don't, need one goodbye So on one hand Colin Kaepernick can see, here, in demand, that he's a starting quarterback And maybe someone gives them the job maybe somebody does Or the. More likely scenario they say yeah you're not a starter we're not gonna make. You a starter So that way. So then we're not gonna employees you Because your ideals aren't in line with what we're trying. To do and what a, backup quarterback, supposed to do and then Colin Kaepernick say no sweat I will. Continue to be. Doing what I'm doing on the. Outside And being that martyr so either way Colin Kaepernick is winning You may think that, Colin Kaepernick is victim and and in some ways. He is but, he has turned that Into where he is winning And the reason to Jason's follow up, question on why if he's? Why is he still employed if he's the top sixty four quarterback It's just what I said because being the second thirty two right the first thirty two or. Starters these second thirty two are supposed to be there to support the starter and, Colin Kaepernick went into his? Meeting with Seattle instead I'm a starter And Seattle? Seattle's like well we don't need, that kind of mentality and then there are other teams throughout the league that are obviously keeping him out because he's too. Big, of a distraction Doesn't mean any of that is collusion does not mean he will win the case Does not mean he. Will win the case does not Matt does not mean that collusion existed or happened I don't. Think. He wins. It with this legal battle but again just. Dragging it out is. A win for calling capper Nick wheels corrects me There are three. Comedies on, the roster For the Denver Broncos But I would submit only when I say Thomas There's only one that you think oh right Do you know Demonte Thomas no you don't do you know she'll Marco Thomas only? Because he like ripped. His eye open what. Whatever happened with that I did catch retina was that? What he stayed in the last. Preseason, game Well Terrible I don't mean to make light of. It so gruesome. Injury but that's the only reason you know who your Marco. Thomas's so when you put Thomas people will not at you and, say which Thomas So other thought. Let's see oh our I like I like this. Perspective we talked about earlier in crush side talked about the most expensive NFL teams. To support based on travel concessions if you went to all. Sixteen games I like the way the Albert with this way without question the team I invested in the most. Would be the club hockey team the. Kid plays for follow closely by the club softball team another kid. Played on that is a good good point. There by Albert. Love the way that you spun it I am not to. That point yet my kids are still fairly cheap when it comes, to sports So yeah I think that about finishes up our business here want to fake. David Ramsay sorry were weren't able to. Get grant Mitch on but we will have him next week I to, thank.
"paradis" Discussed on KTRH
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"paradis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Great showcase for the next stars in college basketball yeah only jonathan bender scoring thirty one in michael jordan's scoring thirty scored more points in this events forty one year history the top three players which by the way are all going to duke right next year pj paradis is ranked number one he had twenty six points rj rj barrett at twenty six points design williamson had eight points he wanted to slam dunk contests hurt his thumb late in that game looks like it'll be alright and cameron reddish had eleven points in this one and quick side note the coach of the east was john marabella who is the basketball coach at northwest catholic right here in west where my all three of my kids went school one of the best basketball high school basketball coaches around one of the nicest guys i've ever met l congrats to him i'm being a coach of that game very good guy and glad that happened for it must have been fun for a high school coach to look at what can i do with what can i do with these guys and by the way that's a very interesting question for our next guest what do we do with him as always on thursday we're delighted to bring in stugotz from the dan lebatardshow was to gods and stu before we go anywhere we want to play perhaps the most gutsy and moment in the brief but somewhat glorious history of golic and wingo we go rams are saying hey come get air and the phone rang they pick it up you always pick up the phone to shows earlier but inside that office if sam darnold is head and shoulders above the other ones and that's the guy they want i would not even answer the phone so he's got both sides of the equation covered they're still am i right or am i right you are the regardless of what happens you are right mike golic so.
"paradis" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"For the dawn let's go to polka han canales was worn agrees that hillary campaign rig the dnc epa she denied it and mock trump about an for over a year here asia polka honasan who has zero native american blood inner paradis and today for former democratic national committee chairwoman donna brazile the clinton campaign in her view rig the presidential nominating process by entering into an agreements control daytoday operations at the dnc the clinton campaign controlling the party staffing strategy finances communications net agreement was entered into in august two thousand fifteen year before she defeated senator bernie sanders this must schalke this is a real problem two democrats we've got a whole cory tom kerry wars tom perez was first elected very first conversation you have got together a democratic party in which everybody confidants the party is working for democrats rather than democrats are working for the party he's being this task tom perez either he's going to succeed bringing worrying singh under is bernie sanders representatives into this process fair works all going very much hope in six i hope for democrats everywhere i hope for burning for all burying supporters going to succeed very quickly said jake tapper who just said that right of the truck attacked at ottmar is so beautiful letter quoted so normally so beautiful coming up we have a powerful clip from back at the dnc but almost all the protesters warning it's infowars they weren't mad at us there we have people buying our crew beer 95 percent of the demonstrators were real they weren't antifur but they send out the attack people at the dnc sends out the soros does they were real people and they were saying we're go and vote for trump and hillary it's over for you come bag and is over the democratic party will they all arrogantly thought they could steal it one more time and now have turned their party he and to a coastal elite party that is even beginning to lose their they could completely be gone as a party within other four years and you know me folks i don't put perfume on page coming up we got the video look right there of the super delegate bragging in february twelve tally was still the election i mean it just we have but first we got the bernie supporters back in attacking last year that the.
"paradis" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"Contract just remember that they want to shoot you up with as much lead mercury is they can't they want a brain damage your family they want to see you absolutely sterile and diana cancer so they can suck all the money out of here and are never going to quit because they're the enemy they will not coexist with us they wanna just absolutely rape everything and they hate my guts there's i know who they are and now i realise even their low levels supporters rashly in on it they were never liberals they were always fake the always had a plan coexist they will absorb you and destroy you because they have in the if you're a good person they spiritually hey you now coming on the next segment to go over all of it it's huge it's so important here's a brief clip of the attorney general saying yeah they're criminally probing hit lorry paradis like to remind you that deputy attorney rosenstein directly supervise the criminal case when he would you as attorney in maryland i don't think it would be proper for him to supervise a review of his own conduct who you it would be his decision he's a man of integrity and ability if he feels that he as a on inabilty to proceed with any in this investigation it would be is responsibilty to make that determination and should consult as i told you i would is i have done with the senior ethics people at the department report suggests that the clinton foundation receive millions of dollars for interested parties within the transaction of build flynn received five hundred thousand for his speech in moscow in 2010 for remuneration governmental lying bank the same month is a speechwriter began that uranium mm equitization process this fact group pattern raises serious concerns about improper blue growing influence on the process by the previous the the clintons during the obama administration as the justice department fully investigate who the rations compromise you.