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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Bubbly Bibbly

Bubbly Bibbly

07:57 min | Last week

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Bubbly Bibbly

"Well i'm gonna get started with the man who loved children by christina's deed. It took me about a week to really figure out if i even liked this book but it gives me it. Stop right there so this is coming from the woman who raids one age before you decide whether or not to put a book down. Yes this book had me in. And i read it but it wouldn't let me just so it was very strange and it was very original so it's about a family where the father he tries to prevent his children but it ends up damaging them. He's very narcissistic. He has a big huge ego and it just mothers out the children and they have to give him the attention and the mother's no better. She openly sheriff's her resentment toward them. It's a very dark story but it's very accurate. It's a it's a new new classic. I had to really think about this one for about a week. Because it wasn't that i hated the story at first because i was like wanting to find out what was going to happen. What was going to go on. And so i ended up just reading the whole thing and it took me about a week but it's really a good book so we turn you on to this book just a subject of narcissism. Just getting you were trying to report out your friend carmen. No no no no no no but just to get more information on it. It was a good book. Okay i don't know i mean would you. Would you recommend it to someone like me to read. Probably not but if someone is dealing with like a bad father a bad mother. They needed some insight. I might recommend it. I think it's a hidden gem though if you're interested in just kind of a dark tragic new classic this novel right. It's not true okay. Bright novel well. My first book is going to be a little more uplifting going to be more uplifting than that mind. First book is called that same flower. Floria amelia's letter to saint augustine and that is written by jostein gaarder translated by an born now. Justin garner is one of my all time favorite authors and i have tried to buy each and every tidal by him that i say whether or not i already have it so you can give it away right. That's right yes this. This one is such a hidden gem though you can hardly ever find it but this book is based on real paypal and true events so saint augustine before he became saint. Augustine had a son with a woman named flora and they lived together for many years before he embraced. This life of abstinence He just hey. Issued all forms of indulgence and the book is an imagined letter. From from floria to dane. And she's chiding him as well as the church on their. They're kind of puritanical. View of women in pleasure and take things that she says to be. God-given women and pleasure and it it's just. It is so beautifully written. It is so it's just such a beautiful Letter talks about making a son together. And how could he leave her. And what does the church have you know that she doesn't have an. I was kind of surprised that good raise only had Well they have less than three hundred reviews. Oh well maybe they'll get a couple more after this. But i i think i may add is to my to beat because this is that sounds interesting. I definitely think you should my next election is i was amelia earhart by jane mendelsohn and it also has less than three hundred reviews on good raids now. This book really should be read his poetry and not seen as a novel because the flow of the text and the visuals The present moment just all paramount. it's almost lyrical. And i felt like this book is less about the characters and more about their essence and who they are as they come from here on their way to their now. This is interesting it is. It's just so beautiful and it's a small book and this is a book that i actually have about four of and i will only give this book because a lot of people read it and they hate it and i can't have that you know because he's it to people who appreciate it if you don't love it please give it back to me so i pass it on to someone else. But it's i was. Amelia earhart by jane mendelsohn and it is just is just a beautiful beautiful book will my next election is the slaves of solitude by patrick hamilton. It was just so much fun to read and it had a lot of humor to it. It's set in england in the middle of done World war two misery. Small town where she's renting a room at a boarding house. Run by mrs pain. And everything's in short supply. Tempers are on the edge. It's very sounds very bleak but think of it as more of an old british sitcom. It's it it's setting a bad time but it's a very fun to read with all the humor in it. Okay because sometimes you know things are so bad. All you can do is laugh. You know okay so so far. You're kind of badding. A thousand with the blake novel. Sorry i'm seeing now. What really speaks to you rachel. I know and it may not get much better about this. Sorry will my next pick is called green darkness bri on me very good. Either anya satan and okay. It's s. e. s. e. t. o. n. But i think it is pronounced satan. It was brought to me by my best friend deanne and it was one of her favourite books and the story when i read it. It was really unlike anything else i'd ever read. I didn't raid the outlander series. But i think it may have some things in common with that group of books but the fact that The character can travel from the sixteenth century to today and bringing aspects of good and evil and offer a satisfying conclusion I think satan probably has a really good book. That may be better worth your time. over outlander. Ooh i liked allender so again my pbr. Less is.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

HISTORY This Week

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

"Technically broadcasting from a rally had made a deal with panamanian government so that the ship could fly panama flag panama. We have another flag of convenience lineup. There had been a few other pirate. Radio stations in europe already and another guy was trying to launch a ship to target the british audience. Around the same time as o'reilly's it was to be called radio atlanta in what was perhaps his first per radical move o'reilly managed to stall the rival ship a port and beat them to launch on easter weekend. Nineteen sixty four radio. Caroline hits the airwaves view. This is christopher more with the regular program on radio. Caroline ship is a former baltic ferry. They've outfitted it with amassed over one hundred and fifty feet tall. That doubles as a transmitting tower. It's anchored but there's captain and crew on board every or so. A little tender boat comes bringing food. Mail and shipments of new records to play plus a rotating team of disc jockeys and news readers from all over the world who would generally spend two weeks on the ship and then one week off. Today you'll be hearing from ten of them. You already met nick bailey. My father was an actor. And i said we've inherited his voice. There was patrick hammerton. Who went by mark. Sloan on the radio children took patrick. Hamilton was radi. They gave me out by one. Steve young all you on the plane became the curly headed kid. Inlets third row corden creams call. Michelle big cruiser. Keith hampshire did the show. And i called kiefer's commotion dermott holy was brundle and win. The pirate radio started colin. Nikko changed his name just slightly. And i see william butcher. Who's since had his name legally changed to his. Dj name. paul noble. I always rather liked chivalry knighthood excetera. There was chris. Sanford used his real name on air. Because of i was on english soap-opera and roger gale. Who i now is nouvel's gaylon big a back. In the radio caroline days. He went by plain old roger. Gale onshore in london. O'reilly set up a headquarters known as caroline house where he and the other management were based the. Dj's were split between two ships. The original one o'reilly had launched called carolina north and his rival ship radio atlanta which he convinced to join forces it would now be called caroline south between the two ships caroline signal could reach the whole country the sound of free radio caroline south broadcasting twenty hours a day on five nine meters medium. A corner eating cornflakes. At six o'clock paul noble broadcast from caroline south. Each morning he talked to his listeners. Sympathize with early commutes we related to audience for example by breakfast show. I knew when nurses went to work on you. What time the built in k. Sometimes he'd call his mom up on the air. I read no another bbc. The their mother. The bbc at that time was a very formal british stiff upper lip. It's been title-song owned radio caroline. I used to say it's time for kiefer's commotion. I'll have another poland. Represent pundang was put up with rocky keeper music weeded being like having a nice little chattel the backyard fence playing some great music your neighbor at a barbecue or something like that. That's kind of how it felt. When steve young took his first trip out to caroline south he didn't know what to expect when he found a rusty old top and i looked at an thought to myself done. These were hardly ideal broadcasting conditions. We had a rough night in night. I think art and the hasn't improved. I could be reading the news. And i see.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Backlisted

"I was really excited because i was initially. I was in great. I've never read it. But i've seen the film like half a dozen times right and that was a full story listeners. Because it's out of families not anything like the books that's the first thing. The second thing is. When i started reading the novel i saw. This is great like my knowledge. A crime fiction is probably spicy but actually for me coming into in a lonely place in his first spoiler. We can't avoid it's written from the perspective of a murderer. Of what what we now call serial killer. They wouldn't have been called a serial killer at the time. And i thought okay this is this is. This is really interesting. This is written by a woman. But this is this is in the tradition of hangover square by patrick hamilton. Or it's it's like funny enough abukar talks about on that list as a couple of months ago. Mr bowling boys newspaper by donald henderson. In addition to being the catering saw me by jim thompson or deep water by patricia highsmith e water. Actually i think is closer to the or i mean. Of course the comparisons with children. Cain and hammett. Actually it's a really fascinating example of a genre noel where the author is doing what needs to do to be part of the genre wall totally turning genre. Tropes upside down and I just thought it was totally fascinating completely. Fussing and well i mean it is nobody but how can it be wall wall. Let me let me float this issue. It's a normal book. In which one of the attributes of more is the male protagonist is under threat. But in this new all the male protagonist is the threat and that that seems to me very unusual for the genre. Roy's i think something. I found really interesting. I watched so. I am the reverse of you. I've read the book three times on never seen fell and i watched films the first time two days ago and apparently dorsey. She was not cross about what they did to book. But what what's fascinating is the nfl. Humphrey bogart is. He's i oh you know. He's really sort on his violent. He's in office. Nobody on sons him and what he's trying to do in the bucket. She's trying to understand why this man kill women and in the film is on that. Shis russia stakes. He just punches people. Well you know you say that becky. I'm gonna politely but formerly disagree with you. I think the film is about male rage. That is one of the things that the film is about so dicks in the film isn't a merger but he is not a nice man he's played by humphrey bogart's but he's not a nice man right and i think the phone questions whether we should accept that behavior from people just because they're.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

07:47 min | 6 months ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"Engineers. Welcome people to review their plans for a bridge for whatever so that the best design is put forward and my biggest complaint with the foul. She is that he descended from all that. And actually. I wanna came. hydroxy clerk. Went actually penalize people all right. So let's let's just get into. We'll get into a little that maybe a little later. But i want to just talk about the term gas lighting okay. The term originates and the systematic psychological manipulation of a victim by her husband. Patrick hamilton's nineteen thirty eight stage. Play which was called gaslight and the film adaptations release in one thousand nine hundred forty and forty four in the story the husband attempts to convince his wife and others that she is insane by manipulating small elements of their environment and insisting that she is mistaken remembering things incorrectly or a delusional when she points out these changes. The place title alludes to how the abusive husbands slowly dims gas lights in their home while pretending not the nice changed and effort to make his wife doubt her own perceptions. The wife repeatedly asked her husband to confirm her perceptions about the dimming lights but in defiance of reality he keeps insisting that the lights are the same and instead it is she who is going insane. Today we are living in a perpetual state of gas lighting. The reality that what we are being told by the media is at complete is with what we are seeing with our own two eyes and when we questioned that false reality that we are being presented or we claim that what we see is that actual reality. We are vilified biggest or just plain crazy. You're not racist. you're not crazy but the assay. You're being gaslight. It you know we could go on give you examples like a new york with cuomo. And so forth. E. gaslight so we see the major problem destroying many inner cities is crying murder gang violence drug dealing drive by shootings armed robbery but we are told that is not crime but the place that are the problem in the inner cities we are told we must de-fund the please remove law enforcement from the cities that are overrun bright crime. That we are crazy. We are accused of be white supremacists racists so we asked ourselves. Am i crazy now. You're being gas lighted applies to immigrants replies to capitol lists countries and we're told that are why are capitalism is oppressive communist countries. Kill more people than we do. So gas lighting has become one of the most pervasive and destructive tactics in american politics is the exact opposite of what our political system was meant to be. It deals in lies psychological corrosion and not the truth and not intellectual discourse. So if you ever asked yourself if you're crazy you're not crazy. People are insane enough to ask themselves. They're crazy so trust yourself believe what's in your heart trust. Your is what you are told. Never listen to people who tell you that you were crazy. Why because you are being gaslight this this does not apply to any particular party or whatever it's about the what's going on in america right now so don't listen with a deaf ear or see with blind. I question everything. And gosh as i've been our motto for the last two years be the ceo of your own body and question everything. You have a right to the two answers to those questions. Do your own research. Use your critical thinking skills remember. I've been telling you logic imagination. That's what's going to get us through this and you're not ignorant. You're not stupid you're not dumb. Listen with your heart. see the real truth. Sadly not only do not people know what. Gas lighting is ninety five percent. Don't even know that they are being gaslight it so that just brings a little clarity to what's going on. We are being bombarded with so many psychological operations today. Some of them from the cdc from our own government from the cia cdc and the shots. They changed the definition of a vaccine so they could give make the shots easier to promote. But these shots are genetic injections they now are finding out that they indeed have a strong possibility. This m rna of getting into your dna your genome. That's really frightening really frightening. But we're not hearing that because anything that is against the narrative is blocked out or censored. And as i said. I'm not against the shots. But i want you to know the risks of the shot and that your own innate ability of your immune to for your own innate immune system to work as a heck of a lot better than these shots because these shots are not going to be able to take care of the mutations. You're gonna have one after another. You may be getting shot every four to six months and i'm a little bit passionate about it because you know i'm fifty six years as a physician and we've had drugs that work you know. We've had ivermectin eighty to eighty five percent effective. We've had hydroxy core quinn. When used early with the first sign of a symptom could have prevented the via. The estimate is a hundred thousand deaths. Okay and we have people all over the world using food grade hydrogen peroxide inhalation curing people. But it's not allowed to be discussed. Doctor david brownstein as cured a lot of people with hydrogen peroxide and ozone but he was censored and not allowed to talk about it. And when you tell somebody you know if you're using you're using all these disinfectants and a large study like thirty some thousand patients involved in this study which was titled weekly use of disinfectants greatly increases. Your risk of fatal lung disease fatal lung disease. We talked about. Copd.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Z104

"The timeline of US race relations and civil rights can be seen in the evolution of comic book heroes. That's the topic of today's academic minute. What two superheroes show us about ourselves. I'm Dr Lin Pascarella, president of the Association of American Colleges and Universities. And today on the Academic minute, Patrick Hamilton, professor of English looks at popular culture through their stories. Superman, the paragon of truth, Justice and the American Way speaks to what Americans most want to believe about themselves. But the do gooder intent on building a more equal world simultaneously campaigned against Japanese Americans in his World War, two cartoons and comic strips, making blatantly racist arguments supporting their mass incarceration. Contradiction. Superman demonstrates regarding race parallel those that exist within US society. Postwar liberalism encouraged Americans on the one hand to embrace abstract divisions of equality and inclusion, while on the other looking past structural issues that thwarted their realization. This pattern persists over time in the civil rights era comics such as Fantastic Four and X Men at Marvel and Green Lantern. Green Arrow A D. C offered heartfelt sermons against racism, and both companies introduced numerous nonwhite heroes. But those sermons only moralize about racism and non white heroes were more often timeworn stereotypes than fully developed characters. In later decades. Multiculturalism spurred a diversification of Marvel's Avengers and DC's Justice League while also spawning teams featuring nonwhite majorities like Marvel's new mutants and DC's New Guardians. Whatever the creators, good intentions, the persistence of stereotypes made these token efforts at best. Superheroes, thanks to the silver screen permeate the American consciousness now more than ever, But the same pattern persists. In contrast to the Afro futurist, Black Panther or Thor Ragnarok nuance critique of imperialism. Most of these films found her on the same contradictions offering superficially inclusive conglomerations of characters that, in reality, relegate nonwhites to secondary roles of sidekicks and supporting characters. Superheroes, like all popular culture, hold up a mirror so that we can better see ourselves in it. We see a people that dreams of building a more inclusive society but struggles to imagine just how to do so. That was Patrick Hamilton of Misericordia University. You can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot org. The academic minute is a production of W. A. M C. Northeast public radio in partnership with the Association of American Colleges and.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Z104

"Of US race relations and civil rights can be seen in the evolution of comic book heroes. That's the topic of today's academic minute. What two superheroes show us about ourselves. I'm Dr Lin Pascarella. President, the Association of American Colleges and Universities and today on the academic minute Patrick Hamilton, professor of English looks at popular culture through their stories. Superman, the paragon of truth, Justice and the American Way speaks to what Americans most want to believe about themselves. But the do gooder intent on building a more equal world simultaneously campaigned against Japanese Americans in his World War, two cartoons and comic strips, making blatantly racist arguments supporting their mass incarceration. Contradiction. Superman demonstrates regarding race parallel those that exist within US society. Postwar liberalism encouraged Americans on the one hand to embrace abstract visions of equality and inclusion, while on the other looking past structural issues that thwarted their realization. This pattern persists over time in the civil rights era comics such as Fantastic Four and X Men at Marvel and Green Lantern. Green Arrow A D. C offered heartfelt sermons against racism, and both companies introduced numerous nonwhite heroes. But those sermons only moralize about racism and non white heroes were more often timeworn stereotypes than fully developed characters. In later decades. Multiculturalism spurred a diversification of Marvel's Avengers and DC's Justice League while also spawning teams featuring nonwhite majorities like Marvel's new mutants and DC's New Guardians. Whatever the creators, good intentions, the persistence of stereotypes made these token efforts at best. Superheroes, thanks to the silver screen permeate the American consciousness now more than ever, But the same pattern persists. In contrast to the Afro futurist, Black Panther or Thor Ragnarok nuance critique of imperialism. Most of these films found her on the same contradictions offering superficially inclusive conglomerations of characters that, in reality, relegate nonwhites to secondary roles of sidekicks and supporting characters. Superheroes, like all popular culture, hold up a mirror so that we can better see ourselves in it. We see a people that dreams of building a more inclusive society but struggles to imagine just how to do so. That was Patrick Hamilton of Misericordia University. You can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot org. The academic minute is a production of W. A. M C. Northeast public radio in partnership with the Association of American Colleges and Universities..

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on The Dream Detective

The Dream Detective

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on The Dream Detective

"We're going to explore a fascinating topic known as gaslighting some of you may know what this is. Well others may have changed her heard of it gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation where one person tries to make another person doubt. They're very sense of reality in order to control them. The term gaslighting has an interesting history. It was originally adopted from the title of a play called Gaslight written in 1938 by Patrick Hamilton in nineteen forty-one. The name was changed to Angel Street and it started Vincent Price in his first role as a villain it became the longest song melodrama in Broadway history in 1940. It was turned into a movie which was then remade into another movie starring Ingrid Bergman in nineteen forty four years. When MGM did this remake the studio attempted to have all prints of the earlier version destroyed luckily several prints escaped the fire and today, you can watch both of these versions on Amazon, but wait, there's more in nineteen forty-five. The story was adapted into a radio drama starring Boris Karloff. This is quite an impressive history one that I think speaks to the duration popularity and relatability of the subject matter of what's come to be known as gas light off. So why is this form of manipulation called gaslighting? The story is about a woman whose husband uses psychological manipulation in an office temp to make her question her own reality. One of the things he does to mess with her is to fiddle with the gas lamps that light their home, but when she tells him there's a problem with the lights. He denies the existence of the problem attempting to convince her that is all in her head so he can eventually put her away in an insane asylum and enjoy her inherited wealth this denial of another person's reality is classic gaslighting. gaslighting can take place in families dating marriages at work and in politics today, we're very fortunate to have a guest to share with us her expertise in this subject. Dr. Stephanie Sarkis is a best-selling author and licensed mental health counselor. She's a blogger for psychology today forbes.com and The Huffington Post and the author of the book gaslighting recognize manipulative and emotionally abusive people and Break Free as well. As a number of books on ADHD in adults doctor Sarkis is also a Florida Supreme Court certified family law in civil mediator and a distant cousin to Laura Ingalls Wilder and Jodie Foster among other notable people Doctor circus maintains a private practice in Tampa, Florida where she specializes in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD anxiety disorders and gaslighting. Please join me in welcoming doctor Stephanie's. circus and now I hope you enjoy the interview..

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"During an event the Rose Garden. He touted the quality and levels of current virus testing in the US and said the US leads the world in testing, calling an unprecedented. They also said results in the rapid tests are available within 15 minutes. President Trump again expressed optimism about the development of a Corona virus vaccine had predicted that next year will be great. Seeing the distribution of the vaccine will be quick and vast final preparations are underway for the first presidential debate. It happens tomorrow night. President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will debate in Cleveland. Fox News Sunday anger Chris Wallace will moderate the 90 minute debate. Senator Ted Cruz is defending the nomination and potential appointment of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court, saying history shows presidents have nominated candidates to the Supreme Court. 29 times in election years if the president And the Senate are of the same party. The Senate confirms the nominee and if the president the senator of different parties for a vacancy during a presidential election year, the Senate does not confirm the nominee more than 700, Texas National Guard soldiers airheaded the Middle East for a nine month tour of duty. The soldiers of the 36th Infantry Division have been in training for two years to support the Department of Defense's operation Spartan Shields in Kuwait. The soldiers ate lunch with and said good bye to their families and loved ones on Saturday as they were recalled by a brass band and Blackhawk helicopters. They then boarded buses for Fort Hood World they'll train for a month before being deployed to Kuwait. Commander Major General Patrick Hamilton praised his division, saying, quote outstanding job in spite of overwhelming odds with Kobe and limitations of travel in the things we would normally do as a division unquote. This is the Texas military Department's largest deployment this year and Austin are like on NewsRadio 1200 W Away. A domestic violence suspect is in the hospital following a shooting involving San Antonio Police chief William MacManus. His officers opened fire this morning at home on tropical drive close to Austin Highway. He also said it's believed the man was holding a gun before he was shot, but said he had not seen body camera footage just yet. That suspect is expected to survive. The current viruses shut down Texas bars, But it's more than the owners who are hurting the musicians who play They're making any money either. And Austin.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"During an event the Rose Garden. He touted the quality and levels of current virus testing in the US and said the US leads the world in testing, calling it unprecedented. They also said results in the rapid tests are available within 15 minutes. President Trump again expressed optimism about the development of a Corona virus vaccine had predicted that next year will be great. Seeing the distribution of the vaccine will be quick and vast final preparations are underway for the first presidential debate. It happens tomorrow night. President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will debate in Cleveland. Fox News Sunday anger Chris Wallace will moderate the 90 minute debate. Senator Ted Cruz is defending the nomination and potential appointment of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court, saying history shows presidents have nominated candidates to the Supreme Court. 29 times in election years if the president And the Senate are of the same party. The Senate confirms the nominee and if the president the senator of different parties for a vacancy during a presidential election year, the Senate does not confirm the nominee more than 700, Texas National Guard soldiers airheaded the Middle East for a nine month tour of duty. The soldiers of the 36th Infantry Division have been in training for two years to support the Department of Defense's operation Spartan Shields in Kuwait. The soldiers ate lunch with and said good bye to their families and loved ones on Saturday as they were recalled by a brass band and Blackhawk helicopters. They then boarded buses for Fort Hood World They'll train for a month before being deployed to Kuwait. Commander Major General Patrick Hamilton praised his division, saying, quote outstanding job in spite of overwhelming odds with covert and limitations of travel and the things we would normally do as a division unquote. This is the Texas military department's largest deployment this year in Austin arc like, um NewsRadio 1200 W Away. A domestic violence suspect is in the hospital following a shooting involving San Antonio Police chief William MacManus. His officers opened fire this morning at home on tropical drive close to Austin Highway. He also said it's believe the man was holding a gun before he was shot, but said he had not seen body camera footage just yet. That suspect is expected to survive. The current viruses shut down Texas bars, But it's more than the owners who are hurting the musicians who play They're making any money either. And Austin.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Combined records, the Supreme Court, the corona virus, the economy, race and violence in US cities and the integrity of the upcoming election. President Trump is not happy about The New York Times report on his taxes. Tweeting. It's part of a long running fake news media attack on him at The Times reported that presidents paid virtually no income taxes for the past two decades. The president call it nonsense with illegally obtained information. And on ly bad intent, insisting he has paid many millions of dollars in taxes but was entitled like everyone else to depreciation and tax credits. The reaction to the New York Times story on the president's taxes has split along party lines. Republicans say it's not a big deal. Democrats feel it's proof he's corrupt. And for that reason, Rice University political analyst Mark Jones says the story is unlikely to affect the election. Both voters by now has picked a side and those who support Trump support him in spite of who he is in terms of his personal character. And he says in eyes of many Republicans, the income tax story actually boost the president's reputation because they feel it shows he's a smart businessman, Senator Ted Cruz is defending the nomination and potential appointment of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court, saying history shows that presidents have nominated candidates to the Supreme Court. 29 times in election years if the president And the Senate are of the same party. The Senate confirms the nominee and if the president the senator of different parties for a vacancy during a presidential election year, the Senate does not confirm the nominee more than 700, Texas National Guard soldiers air headed to the Middle East for a nine month tour of duty. The soldiers of the 36th Infantry Division have been in training for two years to support the Department of Defense's operation Spartan Shields in Kuwait. The soldiers ate lunch with and said good bye to their families and loved ones on Saturday as they were recalled by a brass band and Blackhawk helicopters. They then boarded buses for Fort Hood world they'll train for a month before being deployed to Kuwait. Commander, Major General Patrick Hamilton praised his division, saying, quote outstanding job in spite of overwhelming eyes with covert and limitations of travel in the things we would normally do as a division unquote. This is the Texas military department's largest deployment this year. And Austin are like, um NewsRadio 1200 Wooo coronaviruses shut down Texas bars, But it's more than the owners who are hurting the musicians who play. They're not making any money, either. In Austin, bar owners and bands of the rallying at the City Hall today, pleading for help a musician Bethany Harden says their mental health is also being affected. We're very social people, so it's also a cornerstone of lake. Our success as a musician is someone the Austin City Council have a plan to save their images, the live music capital of the world. The vote could come as early as this week. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news Radio 1200 Wook Ion I Heart radio. I'm Carrie. Laki News. Radio 1200 W away. I Like every bullet versus vital sleep tomorrow night at eight. That debate is gonna happen here on radio 1200 W away. I NEWSMAX TV. It's America's new conservative cable news channel, and it just broke records. ComScore reports almost 10 Million cable viewers tuned in to watch Newsmax last month. It's at the cutting edge of the media, revolution checkout, NEWSMAX TV and every weekday night watch Greg Kelly reports. A former Marine combat veteran and former White House correspondent Greg Kelly, is exposing the media's lies about President Trump. Gregg also reveals the war over President Trump's Supreme Court nominee..

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now there's always a rush to judgment when a black American is shot by the police, But when the police you're ambushed And Murder. Nearly murdered, assassinated Chris Cuomo says Cool your jets. And then the gunman still on the loose, you'll see him. He walks up shoots directly into the window before running off. It is incredible. He failed to kill either. Of those deputies. The extent Of what? We know That's it. I just showed it to you. Anyone who says they know why this happened. Is pushing an agenda because we don't know anything other than what you just saw. There's a lot of crazy people I know I don't like that word with mental health awareness, and I'm all about that. But you know what? That guy there has a bad mind a bad soul or bad brain or a combination of all of them. Can't have anything to do with the anti police rhetoric. We've been hearing all year from your network. Right, Chris? Can't have anything to do with politicians saying all cops are bad A Shi'a be right that movement. Can't have anything to do with police being called racist and killers and Ku Klux Klansmen? No It's called gaslighting. Gaslighting. Here's a text message on the MIC Pillowtex line. Brought to you by my pillow dot com promo code Mike G. No, You're not going crazy, but some people will try hard to make you think that you are. It's a form of control away to make you compliant. What is gas lighting The term originates in the systemic psychological manipulation of a victim by her husband. In the Patrick Hamilton 1938 stage play Gaslight and the film Adaptions released in 1940 in 1944 in the story, the husband attempts to convince his wife and others that she is insane. By manipulating small elements of their environment and insisting that she's mistaken, remembering things incorrectly or delusional when she points out the changes. The play's title alludes to how the abusive husband slowly dims the gas lights in their home. While pretending nothing has changed in an effort to make her doubt make the wife doubt her own perceptions. The wife repeatedly asks the husband to confirm her perceptions about the dimming lights. But in defiance of reality, he keeps insisting that the lights are the same. And instead she's the one going insane. This text says his messenger says We're living in a perpetual state of gas lighting the reality that we are being told by the media. Is that complete odds with what we're seeing with our own two eyes when we question the false reality that we're being presented or reclaim that what we see is the actual reality were vilified. As a conspiracy theorist, a racist or a bigot or just plain crazy. You're not racist. You're not crazy. You're being gas lighted. You're being gas lighted. That's the expression that you might see on social media that I wanted to Bring you up to speed on 17 before the hour. Our numbers 806 55. Mike Eric is convinced that we're getting we're getting too many voice mails and not enough live great callers as we are have. We've had some doozies this week. When you call press one, because I want your voice live here on the Mike Gallagher show 806 556453. I'm.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Got rave. Ramon. Have you met in? Does he go to rave clubs? Why did you choose this song because he's British because he's English. Thiss. This is going to give our listeners some idea that He's you know, dancing at clubs dropping X with two tight shirts. I'm not even sure I'm not even sure this fits his image. I'm not sure he would want this to fit his image. All the beetles is so trite. I just feel like you could have. Well, you know what you do You play the music, others interviews. So we were talking about gaslighting an Andrew Klavan. I've talked about gas lighting in this this concept and how powerful it is. And you mentioned the play that I didn't know. I didn't know the history of gas lighting. I looked up what gas lighting was because I kept seeing commentators use it. But I'll read the description that Andrew Klavan gave and then I would like you not to talk about this because I think it's so important because it's happening, he writes. The term gas lighting comes from a 1938 suspense play by Patrick Hamilton called Angel Street. The play, which became the movie Gaslight isn't about abusive husband Jack Manningham. Who seeks to hide the fact that he's a murderer and a thief by convincing his wife that she's insane. He does this by trying to make her think she does not see what she does see. The gas lights dimming or hear what she does hear his footsteps in the apartment above Jack Manningham, the husband is now of course, chairman of the Democrat Party. All right. That's a joke. I think, but it is true that America's leftists are gaslighting us like never before so Ian. This is sort of to call another Englishman or a few Englishmen and one American who ended up in England money, Python it It feels like a money Python skit, stomping someone in the face and telling them that you didn't slap them in the face and over a period of time we start questioning will Maybe we're all alone. Maybe we're wrong. Maybe we're out of touch. Cool. And that's the intentional goal here because if you tell Mom if you tell someone a lie enough time Unless you're very, very strong willed and strong in your own sense of character. You eventually start to believe it. I think the ultimate case you brought up a little earlier is all the peaceful protests. There was one very famous cliff. I can't remember what network it was on. But a reporter was standing infront off a building that was only fire, saying the word mostly peaceful but well. And a lot of people. I've spoken to a lot of people who, you know, a very intelligent they're not They wouldn't see themselves is taken over by propaganda. There's always mostly people protest Where all the rise what riot Seattle isn't on fire. Portland hasn't Bean in a state of writing for months on end at this point. They truly don't believe that. I think part of that is neither tea. I think part of it is an intentional design not to look at the truth. And another part of it is the results off the media and the Democrats working hand in hand to promote Albeit in shame, Shameless lies. And so they're not to be loud enough voices pushing back against this very well when Republican or conservative outlets or figures pushback against lies. But when you have the media engaging in this level of lives when they're supposed to be the objective referees of discussion and debate All hope is really lost, gaining those people in the middle in all current system. I'd like to read from the essay that was published in the American mind that brought her to our attention entitled the terms of our Defeat. How the left usurped our language in the right. Let it happen by in Howard. You say this is going to take me a moment, but I think you say it very well, you say. While conservatives are sporadically distracted by other key ideological firefights, pausing it, pausing it odd intervals to wring our hands over the left. Domination of entertainment, education and media of every kind. We are in danger of completely ignoring the most important fight of all the fight for our language. And then you quote. Don't you see that the whole aim of newspeak? Is to narrow the range of thought. In the end, we shall make thought crime literally impossible because there will be no words in which to express it in quotes and then you write these words written by George Orwell in 1984 in the In the book, 1984. Are depressing, Lee relevant. The left. Fundamental goal is to take ownership of our very language and so construct cooked, so constrict Ara Bility. To counter their flawed ideas. When you control the very meaning of words, you control the subjects. These words are used to describe an explorer in simplistic terms by controlling our lexicon. The left control the terms of our every debate, and we see this in every way, don't we? Yeah, I mean, As I said, the worst 1984 are now depressing. The relevant 1984 is effectively a playbook for the left right now. I wrote another piece for the daily wire where I left out elements of 90 for that. Our marriage by the left right now. And when we look at the way they constrict debate, I mean on the subject of racism, sexism, gun control abortion, even to suggest a counterpoint to any of their argument. Is to provide them with almost an almost conspiratorial proof off your sectors. A mule racism like If you say I'm not comfortable with saying black lives matter, because I don't agree with the underlying politics, not the Objective statement. Oh, it's because you're racist. And so to question No, not necessarily even make a council statement. But even to ask the validity of an argument is proof that you are right there. And that's the logic. Then we're that we're working with. How can we ever really get out of there? If arguments aren't taken seriously encounter argument on even allowed the auction, they're required to be explored. Well and then it It. It requires us to understand that just because someone accuses you being a racist, it now tells you that's the weakness of their argument, and not the polluted soul that they think that they're witnessing. Because of course, that's not true. And I gotta tell you, I think where they've done this better than anywhere else. Is with the concept of black lives matter. You start with a statement that everyone can agree with. And in the name of that statement, you brutally beat, burn, loot, hijack, terrorized. And how could anyone be against that? Because I thought black lives matter will actually black lives matter is the name given to a bunch of mostly white punks. Terrorising America's major cities..

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on KTRH

"Ramon, Have you met in? Does he go to rave clubs? Why did you choose this song? Because he's British, because he's English Thiss. This is going to give our listeners some idea that he's you know. Dancing at clubs dropping X with two tight shirts. I'm not even sure I'm not even sure this fits his image. I'm not sure he would want this to fit his well. The Beatles is so trite. I just feel like you could have. Well, you know what you do You play the music, others interviews. So we were talking about gaslighting Andrew Klavan. I've talked about gas lighting in this this concept and how powerful it is. And you mentioned the play that I didn't know I didn't know the history of gas lighting. I looked up what gas lighting was because I kept seeing commentators use it, But I'll read the description that Andrew Klavan gave in and I would like you not to talk about this because I think it's so important. Because it's happening, he writes. The term gaslighting comes from a 1938 suspense played by Patrick Hamilton called Angel Street. The play, which became the movie Gaslight isn't about abusive husband Jack Manningham. Who seeks to hide the fact that he's a murderer and a thief by convincing his wife that she's insane. He does this by trying to make her think she does not see what she does see. The gas lights dimming or hear what she does hear his footsteps in the apartment above Jack Manningham. The husband is now of course. Chairman of the Democrat Party. All right, That's a joke. I think, but it is true that America's leftists are gaslighting us like never before so Ian. This is sort of to call another Englishman or a few Englishmen and one American who ended up in England money Python. It feels like a money Python skit, something someone in the face and telling them that you didn't slap them in the face and over a period of time we start questioning will Maybe we're all alone. Maybe we're wrong. Maybe we're out of touch. Oh, and that's the intentional goal here because if you tell some if you tell someone a lie enough time Unless you're very, very strong willed and strong in your insensitive character. You eventually start to believe it. I think the ultimate case you brought up a little earlier is all the peaceful protests. There was one very famous clip. I can't remember what network it was on. But a reporter was standing infront off a building that was only fire, saying the word, mostly people. I will. And a lot of people. I've spoken to a lot of people who, you know, a very intelligent they're not They wouldn't see themselves is taken over by propaganda. They always mostly people protest Where all the rise what riot Seattle isn't on fire. Portland haven't Bean in a state of rocking for months on end at this point. They truly don't believe that. I think part of that is neither tea. I think part of it is an intentional design not to look at the truth. And another part of it is the results off the media and the Democrats working hand in hand to promote Albeit in shame. Shame of live. And they're not to be loud enough voices pushing back against this so very well when Republican or conservative outlets or figures pushback against lies. But when you have the media engaging in this level of lives when they're supposed to be the objective referees of discussion and debate. All hope is really lost, giving those people in the middle in all current system. I'd like to read from the essay that was published in the American mind that brought her to our attention. Entitled the terms of our defeat. How the left usurped our language in the right. Let it happen by Ian Howard. You You say this is gonna take me a moment, but I think you say it very well. You say? While conservatives are sporadically distracted by other key ideological firefights, pausing it, pausing it odd intervals to wring our hands over the left domination of entertainment, education and media of every kind. We are in danger of completely ignoring the most important fight of all the fight for our language. And then you quote. Don't you see that the whole aim of newspeak? Is to narrow the range of thought. In the end, we shall make thought crime literally impossible because there will be no words in which to express it in quotes and then you write these words written by George Orwell in 1984 in the In the book, 1984. Are depressing, Lee relevant. The left. Fundamental goal is to take ownership of our very language and so construct cooked, so constrict are ability. To counter their flawed ideas. When you control the very meaning of words, you control the subjects. These words are used to describe an explorer in simplistic terms by controlling our lexicon. The left control the terms of our every debate, and we see this in every way, don't we? Yeah, I mean, As I said, the worst 1984 are now depressing. The relevant 1984 is effectively a playbook for the left right now. I wrote another piece for the daily wire where I left out elements of nine. Thank you for that. Our marriage by the left right now. And when we look at the way they constrict debate, I mean on the subject of racism, sexism, gun control abortion, even to suggest a counterpoint any of their argument. Is to provide them with almost an almost conspiratorial proof off your sector them you'll racism like if you say I'm not comfortable with saying black lives matter, because I don't agree with the underlying politics, not the Objective statement. Oh, it's because you're racist. And so to question No, not necessarily even make a council statement, but even to ask the validity of an argument, it's proof that you already and if that's the logic that we're that we're working with How can we ever really get out of it? If arguments on taken seriously on counter argument on even allowed the auction, they're required to be explored. Well and then it It requires us to understand that just because someone accuses you of being a racist, it now tells you that's the weakness of their argument, and not the polluted soul that they think that they're witnessing. Because of course, that's not true. And I gotta tell you, I think where they've done this better than anywhere else. Is with the concept of black lives matter. You start with a statement that everyone can agree with. And in the name of that statement, you brutally beat, burn, loot, hijack, terrorized. And how could anyone be against that? Because I thought black lives matter will actually black lives matter is the name given to a bunch of mostly white punks. Terrorising America's major cities..

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Well he was captured. He was martyred, and then the mantle fell to a man named George Wishart. George WISHART. took the place of Patrick. Hamilton to go out boldly proclaimed the truth in a land that was predominantly Catholic. And he had a guard that carried a two-handed Scottish claymore that would walk back and forth while he was preaching keeping people at bay. That guard was John, Knox and while the when the day came for George Wishart to be captured, seized and and taken away to ultimately be put to death. John Knox came to his defense and wishart says one sacrifice is enough. So. This is a man that was ready to die. Well, it's not long after that that John Knox's called into the ministry an interesting story. He's He was sitting on the I believe the front row and the preacher that was preaching pointed adamant and told him he was going to be a preacher, and then he got up and he ran to his room. Where cried all night because he knew the weight of what that meant? So John Knox is. He's headed into the ministry. And he's captured He is a a slave on a ship. And you WanNa talk about courage, man, what would happen is for mass. They would bring all the slaves on onto the deck and they would pass out communion. You know you'd have to. Say a prayer to Mary, and and and and do mass on the deck of the ship, and they would pass around this picture. John Knox Picture and throw it overboard and said and said let your layer idol save herself. But he so he ends up to make a long story short. He ends up. By God's Providence in Calvin, Geneva where he learns. You know kind of the basics of theology. He attends Kelvin's College which interestingly enough everything you had to do in Calvin College. You had to be able to write Latin read Latin preach in Latin. Read Greek. Reed Hebrew.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"He sought to translate the Bible into English so that every person could have it in the English language. Everyone in England could have an English language because at that time, the only only ones that existed we're. We're the Volk Gate the Latin. Colgate. and well most of the people couldn't read Latin and really a lot of the the the clergy in the in the. Roman, Catholic Church, they really couldn't speak Latin. All they really had was memorized prayers that they would. They would say so those who only who really knew Latin were the ones who were the scholars. But wickliffe wanted to translate. The Bible from the Volvo Gate into English language, and he was persecuted for it. Yeah Kilford he was, he was killed. And I always get him in in Yon. Hearse confused, but I believe it was. It was wickliffe that. He was burned at the stake. He was buried. Are, no he he he was, he was killed. He was buried. He was dug up. His body was burned to ashes, and then they dumped the ashes into the river swift. He was strangled. they poured gunpowder on him. I think you're thinking of those. Poor gunpowder on him and then let him ablaze. And then yes, the the yeah, the rest of that's true and. That's courage. Right? That's that's that's courage in the face of danger that's courage in the face of loss and temptation and suffering and that is that is being strong as as First Corinthians. Chapter Sixteen versus thirteen and fourteen beyond alert stand firm in the faith act like men be strong. Let all that you do be in love. Right danger dangerous around every corner. and. What an example of John Wycliffe! You know I think of Rogers right the first Marian martyr. And and It was it. WAS IT Rogers in? Ridley. Am I think of. One No. No, who was it your? Latimer. And Nicholas Ridley Yeah. Encouraging one another think of you think of John John. Who was singing singing the psalms? As he's being set ablaze. Wow Well I. mean you know you touched on on John Rogers? John Rogers actually. William Tindale right he was he was one of the ones who wanted to translate the Bible into English from the actual Greek and Hebrew. Okay, not that wrong tindale was set on fire and the gunpowder. Sorry, sorry. But But, he tindale was put to death. John Rogers took Tindall's work finished it under what was called the Matthew's Bible. And actually later became Foundation for the King James Bible. But, but Rogers was was martyred as well under under bloody Mary For being a Protestant but I'm also drawn to John, Knox. Now now in order to understand John Knox back up a little bit because. We need to back up to Scotland and a preacher by the name of Patrick Hamilton. Patrick? Hamilton was A. He would go out into the public square and.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Upcoming radio shows us bands and first off we've got the adventures of Ozzie and Harriet radio show debuted Ted I swear it really I do too so when read Scott was drafted in March of nineteen forty four I see Nelson was prompted to create his own family yeah you know I'd see was the band leader on the red Skelton show hairy it was the singer and so red Skelton got drafted there like are there goes we better do something something came up with the adventures of Ozzie and Harriet you their wedding anniversary all that I did notice yeah so it launched on October of nineteen forty four and it ran through September of nineteen sixty six of course during the real life Nelson family and they were four hundred to radio episodes in total which is seriously one of the longest running American television series of radio and TV yeah the lady shows oftentimes are seen on antenna TV yeah see how that works there are sister US stations right yup and of course gaslight did you ever see the movie gaslight was it Ingrid Bergman get why am I so I have a long time ago what a great movie and I haven't seen it check it out right gas late as the nineteen forty four sort of a psychological thriller right I came out in nineteen forty four of course adapted from Patrick Hamilton is a play in nineteen thirty eight called gaslight and it's about a woman and her husband really slowly manipulates her into believing she's going crazy and really that's what you've been doing it for ten years yeah going in saying that you know anybody who's been working with you this long must be insane that must be me the film was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture Best Actor best screenplay it won two Best Actress and best production design and the nineteen forty four version starred like you said in good Berg manta some others and also eighteen year old Angela lands bury all right yeah an Oscar nominated screenplay boarding actress so great movie if you haven't seen it check it out and a very popular song in nineteen forty four called don't fence me in this is Bing Crosby and the Andrews sisters.

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"patrick hamilton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:36 min | 2 years ago

"patrick hamilton" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Steve atwater. We do this bit. Where we head to court, and we have to argue a point in this court case. This. Nice for Casey. Okay. So tomorrow, we have to argue a side of a case. Whether we've completely believe in it or not we have to argue represent the people. So my case I have to argue that the Twenty-eight teen rookie class for the Broncos is going to have a bigger impact overall on this team than the twenty nineteen class. Now. This is crystal ball stuff. This is us looking into the future. Now, Andrew gets to argue Fancher Mason who is the brain. He is arguing with benefit of a quarterback in that they spent that the traded up in the second round. So I feel like I have a little bit uphill climb already to argue the twenty eighteen class the much it pains me to go against my guy. Drew lock. I think your angle is to say we don't know that that quarterbacks ever even going to play down for the wrong goes Joe flacco job the next three years, and they might go to the go to the well again. Good stuff. We're arguing here counselor his conjecture. You know, you don't have anything to. And that's that's the argument that. Impact already with Philip Lindsay. And Royce Freeman you've impact already with wide receiver to Sutton. Oh. Sanders. If you say why? I thought I was gonna get you this too. That you might slip in there. And you is gonna slide that when ready so I say why receiver Steve atwater who's going to be the judge? He's going to throw the case out like why receiver to why did you take him? The second round should be wide receiver one courtroom inside continue case though. Well, how about wide receiver zero if you look at the wide receiver? So we're taking the twenty nine hundred class. None of those guys are going to be breaking Tim, Patrick Hamilton, or Portland Sutton. So you don't really have to worry about that you go back to you can look the offense of line. You could say Dalton reisner might make an impact. But but really he brought in a guy who was a pro bowler in Ron Leary couple years ago, and what what was his total impact on the win total. Lyman really impact the bottom line when all said and done, and then you go back and look at it. And no offense that's going to be a tough one to get around. You know, what going to be a tough on how you gonna play that. Well, that's really the crux of this. Because the other guys in this class after the first three Holland's zeal, the guy it's going to be an impact player the way the way I initially thought about it because I know a fan a lot the way I thought about it is you brought back a majority of the tight ends Jeff here you brought him back in a contract. Jake is healing up. And you have golly. Which is part of that class. The Broncos have a belief in that group that was there hedge they went and got Noah fan and Mike Klis, by the way, this is where I'm going to get really creative. Mike Klis came on earlier today on Lewis and Logan saying that might not even be a starter. Yeah. That's not gonna happen. But all you have to do is convince Steve atwater for argue for two minutes. All I just convinced. For two minutes. The possibility I would go the other direction with it. I would acknowledge that fat is going to be a starter acknowledge that he is the centerpiece of Mason's argument and say, do you think no offense is going to have a bigger impact and Philip Lindsay? I would acknowledge off its try to deny it. I'd walk. I walked Mason into making fan the focal point of his argument. Kinda like that with a little Philip linzie undrafted free. I took that angle on one of them with Steve where I before he could even make his argument. I barely I want to concede the fan. I concede that you're going to have you trade back for an impact player. I'll concede that. Yeah. When you look at the the classes a whole boil Mason down to a specific player argument where he's got. He's really is only going to have a three player argument. Yeah. Fan. Phase are all that one corner is going to be pretty good in the linebacker at Kansas probably gonna stick around. But the told me the the this UTSA clash of the Broncos, or you know, there's Philip Lindsay, right? You got one corner in there. That's this decent linebacker there in other than that. Well, there's written. Okay. Whatever. Hey, we love a Kyle slaughter tad Kelvin. And that's exactly how I would put that arguing that, you know, the Rippin impact. Well, you know, it's really great to have you know, he was going to impact is going to impact radio. Okay. Clipboard sports, talk radio a lot to talk about with you know, future backup quarterback Brett ribbon. A can't wait to watch against the of man that's going to be that's gonna be some fireworks right there. I like it. I like a lot of what you're doing. So so concede a certain amount berry. What basically try to narrow in on what he's actually going to be able to argue. I hope he's not listening right now. 'cause he's probably he's probably calculated to present. Right. He's like always. Yeah. So he he's listening right now taking notes like, oh, this is your eagle all of a sudden tomorrow. It's like let me take this one. I and I'm like no as soon as he does that I'm I'm done. You could do it either way. If he wants to go first, there's another way you could pull this off. You let him go first. And then you minimize the impact of what he said. Post concede concede fat. Yeah. You know in the end super the crown jewel of your class. Noah Fant is going to have how much of an impact relative to Philip Lindsey. I think I have to go. I if I can. But I, but I tend to like to go second in these arguments because I don't like I don't like when they get to throw my words back at me. You don't about. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe a little bit. Yeah. Maybe maybe I've kept my head a little bit. Okay. That's good stuff. The one thing I'm worried about with the Lindsay argument is Lindsay chose the Broncos. And that's something that I can't I can't because he's the crown jewel of the class. Like, we could talk about Bradley Chubb and how he's spectacular Cortlandt Sutton day. Sean Hamilton, didn't even notice high didn't even mention Bradley Chubb, and that's the peaceful resistance, but you come back with at the end, you talk about all this other stuff always exciting young players. And by the way, we got Bradley Chubb out of that two rookie franchise record setting sacks -actly who's gonna be the Dow von Miller von Miller yet. So that we know his impact what he's gonna we don't know if drew locks ever gonna play. And that's how it sells good. But I'm worried about the rebuttal part of Philip Lindsay chose the Broncos. You gotta help me get around. To talk into it. He was gonna take the better deal. Baltimore. I know. That's what I'm saying. That's a strong argument for Mace. Because if I'm saying all these great things about the twenty eighteen class. All he has to say is what would it look like without Philip Lindsey. It would still look like Cortlandt Sutton day shot Hamilton, Bradley Chubb. You know, I would still be Josie Joel it would still be an impactful class yada. Looks like a guy who's going to stick around. You know, it would still be class rife with impact the undrafted free. We didn't top Jeff Holland. Yeah, you're right. But Jeff, Holland isn't a lot for the roster. I think he's gonna make the roster. But he's he's gonna end up being the rotational in Holland is going to be a rotational on the other side and inside the shack role where hall is going to be the Shane role, by the way, we talked to Jim Levin today. Who of course, coach. Yeah. And then we talked to Mike with PF. They love Holland's flexing inside two inside line. Put it out on Twitter as drafted love it. I put it out on Twitter when he was drafting people six five two hundred forty pound line inside linebacker. Yeah. Get ready that that was cool to hear because because I'll be honest, a six five bordering six six inside. Linebacker sounds a little little freakish to me. I don't know how I felt about. But when they said that actually Renner hadn't even heard it yet. He hadn't heard Fangio say that when I said that he's like, oh, I really love the pick up until that. I was like I mean, he's he's a little bit of a Twitter is body. Type isn't really doesn't have the physicality he thinks to play the position that way. But as soon as I mentioned that hey, Vic Fangio came out his press conference and said, hey, this guy is going to play inside. He's like, oh, well, that's a great pick for the Broncos. Then he's got the four five speed if he can go backwards and away from the ball, you can play different coverages. You can play Tampa two with him as the center fielder. And all the sudden, you can't lob the ball against the Broncos over you can't split the safeties because that guy's going to be so tall that you're not gonna be able to drop the ball in the bucket there. That's the thing about playing cover to you. Need a middle linebacker Derrick Brooks lead the Tampa to depends on the Atlanticism inside linebacker in the middle linebacker. So the Broncos who are really cover one cover three. Team right now can go any direction they want. If you had that lead athleticism height at the inside linebacker middle linebacker position because you go away from the ball. You can't drop the ball and the buckets, but the safeties because at linebackers gonna get an swatted away. Right. So that's where the length of the passing. Yeah. Beautiful. No. And that's the thing. But it's just I'm just not used to it as much, but the length is great, especially if he's got good coverage skills, and he says and long Jim Levitt said he's we trained for that. I mean, he's got he's got the coverage skills. He's got the speed. It's just going to be have to be utilized. But you know, what Vic Fangio's made a career out of making my backers better and played better to higher level than than they were before. So. Talent is was stop danger Veith, and obviously we know him roquan elite talent. But Nick, White House keys a guy he got exceptional production out of when he was on the field, and he was at athletic limited linebacker, so so that's something that is very encouraging Mike Reiss. Our good friend, Mike Reiss who you a hero. Colorado's morning news. And he's a mad about town listening right now appreciate that. My he points out something that's gonna help my argument a little bit said reisner kind of actually thinking that as you were saying that. But but in the end the Broncos had to choose to choose him. They ate his case. Choose me. Yeah. You're right. If anything maybe that's wanted to go to court on. The Dalton reisner Plymouth rock. We land planning Plymouth Rockland, adult right? Reisner adult riser tell the Broncos like that. I like that. Well, Mike, I appreciate that. And then again, hopefully Mace's not listening because his getting a lot of behind the scenes prep on my court case. I don't take it easy on my courtroom prep. See this is where the killer instinct in the thing. It's all about winning. This is where I I I'm entr. The reason why I'm worried about this one. It's funny because I tend to go into these things with a lot of confidence. I feel like I can argue any point. I already we did this without the court. And I said that I take the twenty nine hundred class. Two days ago before we decided we're going to go to court, and that I don't have that sound bite to have that some by. And that's that's the problem is I you Arash opinion evolved with education. You're welcome. That's going to be up against Andrew Perry. Mason. Do think about using that never what what is my problem. How is that? Never come up. We've done pun with that. When I say doing. You're eating prep with with Ben Matlock Albright right now. But you know, you're puns abound in here. No, I always put in like, the you've been Maistre. You got maced Mason. Andrew perry. Mason you welcome for that other put that in the rundown tomorrow..

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