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Fresh update on "pats" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"News radio 1000 FM 97 7. Former White House counsel pat cipollone has now agreed to testify under oath about events leading up to the capital attack. ABC's Andy field in Washington tells ELISA jaffe about the significant term. This is a big about face Andy for Trump lawyer pats up alone Yes and no. What's interesting is he's already talked with the committee, but he didn't do it under oath. It wasn't video recorded. It wasn't transcribed. These were called big air quotes informal conversation. So whatever he said in these informal conversations can't be used against him or against anyone else, it's really just to lead the committee in the direction that they want to go for. And if you're talking about executive privilege, it doesn't get more privileged than The White House counsel and that is the top lawyer in The White House who, by the way, does not work, for whoever the president is, he works for the country. He works for the presidency, the office. Basically, your HR himself, who you go to and say, hey, can I legally do this? And the compliance officer looks up the losses. Nope, no, you can't do that. Sorry. Well, that's what he is in The White House. Apparently as compliance officer, he was running up and down the west wing in the days before January 6th and on that day. With his hair on fire screaming, no, mister president, you can't do this until he ran out of breath. And that's not just made up out of thin air. This is what a number of witnesses have already told the committee. And so they want to hear it directly from him, which is what they're going to do on Friday when he sits down for a video recorded and transcribed interviews. So the likelihood is, is that once he does that, the committee will decide what parts they want to use. And we'll probably see it as early as next Tuesday for the next public hearing. Yeah, we heard a lot about that. Didn't we from the former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson talking about cipollone? And she made some pretty astonishing remarks saying that cipollone had told her and others that if the president goes up to Capitol Hill, we will have broken X number of federal laws. We'll all be in some legal jeopardy and we can not do that. Do not allow him to go up to the capitol. But we also heard from Cassidy Hutchinson that some Secret Service agents and The White House liaison was security, told her that the president tried to grab the Secret Service agent, grab the wheel and say, no, we're going up there and have some kind of argument with the Secret Service. And we say, no, it's not. We can't let you do that. And he said, no, I'm the president. You have to let me do it, but they didn't. Some really interesting comments and we're going to get from cipollone who was in the room for virtually all of this. Finally, on the record, under oath, what he heard. Some other high profile Trump allies being asked to testify, but this is in Georgia to see if Georgia election laws were broken. Rudy Giuliani, and Lindsey Graham, but Lindsey Graham not wanting to testify even suing so that he doesn't have to. Yeah, I'm not sure how successful that's going to be. When a grand jury calls you and they said, you're not subject to it's very hard to say, gee, I'm not going to go there and incriminate myself because they're not targeting you. And I'm not certain the court's going to say, no, of course, Lindsey Graham, you don't have to come testify because you can go there and plead the 5th, if you'd like. And leave. Lindsey Graham is once again saying this is all political. Rudy Giuliani, we haven't heard from in terms of whether he's going to testify. The same prosecutor handling this case to see if there was a conspiracy to overturn the election, it says they might have to bring in former president Trump. That's true. They haven't decided exactly if they're going to do that, but they say it's certainly a possibility and it will be interesting to see what former president Trump has to say because he's called this phone call where he we've heard it all where he's talking to Georgia election officials after the fact after he lost after the vote was certified. He goes, I just need you to find me 11,000 plus votes and we turn this thing around. We heard him say it. So if he wants to explain himself before grand jury, he's certainly welcome to do that. ABC's Andy field, thank you, Andy. That's ELISA jaffe. You're a stock chart dot com money update on northwest news radio. There were no real surprises in the release of the minutes of Federal Reserve policy makers June meeting detailing their decision to raise target interest rates by three quarters of a percentage point, but investors did seem pleased with the news. Stocks finished the Wednesday session slightly higher. 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Trump White House counsel Cipollone to testify to 1/6 panel
"The Trump White House's former top lawyer is said to testify this week before the House panel investigating the capitol riot A person briefed on the matter says pat cipollone has agreed to appear Friday for a private transcribed interview The committee last week issued a subpoena for cipollone who is said to have repeatedly warned Donald Trump and allies against efforts to challenge the 2020 election loss Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified last week that cipollone strongly urged that the president not go to the capitol on January 6th as Congress prepared to certify Joe Biden's win We're going to get charges every crime imaginable But while cipollone's panel appearance could be a breakthrough it's unclear whether he'll try to limit what he says He could argue that as the administration's top lawyer some or all of his talks with Trump are privileged Sagar Meghani at The White House
Fresh update on "pats" discussed on Bloomberg Law
"Out the constitutional right to abortion, the prosecution of women suspected of purposefully or accidentally ending a pregnancy was on the rise. According to reproductive rights lawyers, there's been a movement to use state laws on child endangerment, fetus side or murder to arrest women whose pregnancies ended prematurely, and it may be a harbinger of what's to come. Joining me is Bloomberg legal reporter Patricia Herta. Even before roe was overturned, there have been cases where women have been prosecuted for miscarriages or stillbirths. Tell us about a few of those. Well, one of them is a case involving a woman named adora Perez, who went to the hospital and pat is stillbirth
Eric Asks Pete and Seth Talbott, Is Age an Advantage in Business?
"Folks, we continue our series with Pete and Seth talbott of the Talbot group where I get to ask kind of a classic business question. So the question I'm asking this week is from the position from the point of view of the business owner who wants to know is my age and advantage or a disadvantage. You're looking at me. I'm looking at you. What are you looking at? Yes. Well, I started in business pretty early. I graduated from high school with a 1.1. And I'm proud that I made it through high school. I'm kind of off the charts. Every successful businessman has a story like this, right? I wish I wish I could be. And then he sells. He never cracked a book once and four points. Yeah, yeah. Anyway, just drove me nuts. Okay. Anyway, not my problem. But my folks let me get into business at age 16. And I started singing professionally. Singing, singing. In nightclubs, and as a Christian, there is a lot of old fuddy duddy Christians that weren't too happy about it, but I was with three guys and we were good and we sang in nightclubs and we did special events for campus crusade for Christ and what have you. It's how you eventually met pat Boone. Yeah, that's how we met pat Boone. His agent saw us at a club in Santa Barbara long story. But let's let you know what the books. Singing. And singing. I did make it through high school. Belvi Christian school, I made it through. But if I hadn't had that outlet, I think I don't know what would have
Fresh update on "pats" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Door soon. The clinic best known as the pink house is trying to see as many patients as possible before Thursday. That's when Mississippi will enact a law banning most abortions barring an intervention by the state Supreme Court. This man was outside as women went in. That's an innocent baby. It's your fixing to kill. This man decried protesters he said were attacking women. It's just very difficult for me to just sit by and watch that happen. Allison keyes, CBS News. The January 6th House committee will get to question former Trump White House counsel pat cipollone on Friday behind closed doors. He'll be responding to testimony about what he said before and during the attack on the capitol. CBS has got McFarland says the committee is planning another public hearing Tuesday. CBS
Breitbart: Hutchinson Fabricated Conversation With Cipollone
"I saw this on see this on breitbart Cassidy Hutchinson. The former White House aide who was the just 6 committee star witness during a surprise hearing held on Tuesday reportedly fabricated pieces of her testimony about conversations she had with former White House counsel, pat sip alone. You don't say. During her testimony, hutchison claimed that cipollone told her to tell her boss, chief of staff Mark Meadows that former president Donald Trump should not go to the capitol on January 6th. Hutchison testified the cipal owner cipollone. Said, quote, we're going to get charged with every crime imaginable close quote if Trump went to the capitol. The committee's vice chair representative Liz Cheney doubled down on her cause to get sip alone to testify before the committee do to Hutchinson's testimony. Quote, as we heard yesterday, White House counsel pat sip alone had significant concerns regarding Trump's January 6th activities, Cheney tweeted on Wednesday. And she continued, it's time for mister sip Bologna. I'm gonna say cipollone. It just flows better to testify on the record. Any concerns he has about the institutional interests of his prior office are outweighed by the need for his testimony. However, sit below has cipollone has reportedly was reportedly not at The White House on the morning of January 6th. This according to human events senior editor, Jack putt Soviet, multiple sources, including one who was at The White House on January 6th, tell me sip Bologna was not there in the a.m. when hutchison testified that she spoke with
Fresh update on "pats" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"FL and the nationals get a going against the Phillies tonight. 7 o'clock. Male denied for accused parade shooter. He admitted to what he had done. January 6 panel to depose former White House counsel. They long wanted to speak to pat cipollone. Pressure for Britain's prime minister. I'm not going to step down. This is the CBS world news roundup late edition. I'm Jennifer Kuiper in Chicago. No bail for the Illinois man charged with 7 counts of first degree murder in the suburban Chicago 4th of July parade shooting. Chris covelli with the Lake county major crime task force says, after the suspect fired into the highland park crowd, he drove to nearby Wisconsin. He
Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone, former WH counsel
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house January 6th committee subpoenas former White House counsel pat cipollone The House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection has issued a subpoena to former White House counsel pat cipollone The subpoena was issued one day after former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified that cipollone warned against then president Donald Trump going to the capitol with thousands of his supporters We're going to get charges every crime imaginable if we make that movement happen And do you remember which crimes mister cipollone was concerned with In the days leading up to the 6 we had conversations about potentially obstructing justice or defrauding the electoral account Cipollone gave the committee an informal interview on April 13th but he has refused to provide on the record a testimony Mike Gracia Washington
Lila Rose: 'Tremendous Feeling of Gratitude' Following Roe Overturn
"What it must feel like and what it felt like for you when you finally heard the decision we'd all anticipate come down last week I mean it definitely felt surreal and it just gave me this is tremendous feeling Mixed emotions but a tremendous feeling of gratitude I've been doing this work since I was 15 years old over 15 years now and my entire adult end of teen life and there were people down that told me in the beginning many people oh you keep up the fight it's never going to happen though Keep up the fight roe V wade is not going anywhere And you can save some wives but that's it Good for you Pat on the back And look this country is changing And what they did with the Supreme Court did on Friday is hand this decision of protecting children back to the states And now the fight's on To change hearts and minds and get legal protection safe by state And I think we're going to in the end life and justice is going to prevail in the country is going to change for good I'm so hopeful I am so hopeful for my generation for millennials for just the years and for the future of this country
CISA Releases Security Advisory on Dominion Voting Systems
"I have in front of me a report that is issued by seisa. Now sisa is the cybersecurity infrastructure. I guess security agency. It's an official agency of the U.S. government. I believe comes under the Department of Homeland Security and it's supposed to oversee the security of the elections. And this report is very remarkable. It's been largely misrepresented in the media. And for example, I'm looking at a headline of a CNN article, federal review says dominion software flaws haven't been exploited in elections. Now this is a flat out misrepresentation of this article. This article says two things and what CNN does is it takes the minor thing and makes it into the headline because then you'll begin to see really why CNN is running scared. It's running scared because of what this advisory is about. The adviser, the advisory is titled, vulnerabilities affecting dominion voting systems. We are report was released on June 3rd and what it basically says is that these machines can be manipulated. I mean, that's the big news here. It's the big news because we have been told for close to two years that they can't be. And in fact, the people who have been saying that they can be. Now, I was not one of them. I have not talked about this issue and moreover, it's not an issue in 2000 meals. We decided to just focus on one type of fraud and zoom into that. Partly because it was, we thought it was a provable and B sufficient. And it avoided the need to be kind of a referee or arbiter of many other claims, some of which we thought would be very difficult and time consuming and hard to verify and would take us down pats we didn't really want to
Alan Dershowitz: We Can Make Legislative Solutions to Elections
"Anything And we don't see any of these comparisons being made between one party and the other Jamie you're asking who served in this committee tried to stop the election of president Trump I try to stop the election of president Bush I brought a lawsuit on behalf of the voters of Palm Beach county because they because of the butterfly ballot they voted for Pat Buchanan These were Jewish voters who go to a Patrick Harris about the least favorite candidate among Jews because they screwed up on the ballot So I brought lawsuits Am I committing crimes The American legal system permission to this And there isn't a word in this legislative hearing about what to do in the future We should set up an election commission the way Israel has an election commission in England some other countries have election commissions If you have a complaint you go to the commission the commission is nonpolitical with consistent university presidents ministers scientists people who have no party affiliation and they decide whether the election is fair We can make legislative solutions to this but nobody cares about the future People only care about pointing fingers Yeah the future They want to prevent the election of Trump That's the future But they don't want to change the law They don't want to improve the law They don't want to legislate some of these problems away All they want to do is expose and finger point It's an abusive legislative process It's an abuse of the constitution It's an abusive or system of checks and balances
Lightning bounce back, beat Avalanche 6-2 in Game 3
"The Tampa Bay lightning have life after dropping the first two road games of the best of 7 series they win at home beating the Colorado avalanche 6 to two The bolt's got scoring from all four of their lines Andre palat had a goal and an assist as did Steven stamkos We had a much better start We had some chances We had some shots We had some offensive zone shifts something we didn't really have early in the game The last two So it's a different feel We're obviously comfortable in playing those tighter close games and games with the lead Nick Paul not just 5th goal of the playoffs early in the second which turned out to be the game winner Anthony cirelli pat maroon and Corey Perry each scored Nikita kucherov and Victor hedman both finished with two assists Both of Colorado's goals came on the power play off the stick of their captain Gabriel landeskog Walsh marsicano Tampa
Skepticism Is Key for Bob Cesca Over Possible Gun Legislation
"Gears what are your thoughts on the gun legislation that may happen in the Senate? That macaw has indicated that he's putting it. Yeah, yeah. I'm still, I think healthily skeptical as to whether or not those ten Republicans who have agreed to support this legislation will actually step up and break the filibuster. When the time comes, now I'm trying not to be cynical about this. I'm just skeptical about because we've been this we've been in this place many, many times. Lucy, I'm just hesitant to become. Yeah, I don't want to be Lucy with the football. Charlie Brown with the football. And because that has happened so many times after sandy hook, the mansion to me amendment, which would have closed all kinds of loopholes in the system. That was filibustered, right? Even though it had bipartisan support, pat toomey was one of the co authors of it. And so in that sense, I'm skeptical as to whether this is going to pass. And I'm looking at a lot of the statements that are coming out through that lens. So with Mitch McConnell, for example, he said he was happy with the framework. Right. Which doesn't yeah, that gives him a lot of wiggle room to say, well, I like the framework, but then they got their talons into it and they started messing with it. They turned it into something that I just can't support and conscious because the Second Amendment, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And so he's got room. You did. The head came out of the shell to make a statement. Yeah. Right. So he's got wiggle room to kind of escape from. He said that he said, he said, if the legislation ends up reflecting what the framework indicates, I'll be supporting it. So right, right. If background checks all of a sudden are added in, nope. That was deliberate. That much, yeah. McConnell's reaction right there. Every word that he said was deliberately placed to give him an escape
Julie Kelly: How Did VP Harris' Team Fail to See DNC Bomb on Jan. 6?
"Yes Now you've been a guest multiple times in the show in this topic of the air quotes bomber comes up often because I worked in Washington D.C. at The White House for a long time and in a law enforcement entity It's not a pat on the back It's just a fact And Washington D.C. as you well know Julie is probably the surveillance camera capital of the world I would say rivals in New York City There's probably not a square inch of D.C. where there's not a ring doorbell a government camera or a private store camera covering it What I find really odd about the bomber is the way my friends and I we were in law enforcement We would find people using surveillance cameras as you work backwards where he dropped the bomb if you know what I mean then you go backwards this camera picked him up then backwards this camera picked him up and then backwards and eventually you'll get the bomber leaving a car with a license plate or leaving a hotel or leaving a residence and that's how you find out who they are I find it amazing that in Washington D.C. this magical bomber evaded all of those surveillance cameras and we can't find out one identifying and characteristic Don't you find that strange That's strange and Dan what you and I have talked about is we found out a year later Kamala Harris was at the DNC headquarters when this alleged explosive device was found How did her Secret Service detail which she had as incoming vice president How did her security How did her detail miss seeing what we were told was a pipe bomb and plain sight outside of the building So this really sounds like another hoax I know you and I have talked about this and you said it just gave you the whole rushing gate feeling once again And so does it makes no sense Julie
Lightning beat Rangers 4-1 in Game 4 to even East final
"The Tampa Bay lightning even the Eastern Conference series at two games apiece winning game four four to one over the New York rangers pat maroon opened the scoring two and a half minutes in notching his third tally of the playoffs Andre Pelant figured in three of the lightning's four goals First feeding Nikita kucherov for broke through to beat Igor shark in 5 hole for Tampa Bay second score then plot shot in the third bounced off Shi sturken right to Steven stamkos who flipped it over the netminder to make it three zero lightning Sealed the win with an unassisted empty net goal New York's only tally came late in the game art Terry Panera and getting his 6th of the playoffs on the power play Walsh marsicano Tampa
Welcome to the Final Phase, Victory Is in Our Sights!
"Welcome to the final phase. You are now in the final phase that will be the most difficult chapter, but victory is in our sights. This has been a multi generational issue of conservatives versus the left. And we are now finally entering the final phase and this will be the most difficult of all the phases. But what comes after this is us winning and them losing. So the left for many years, quietly, and methodically, infiltrated our institutions. We know this. They took over and captured our core industries and our culture shaping organizations. They were unbelievably successful as we as conservatives basically did nothing through the 70s and through the 80s and through the 90s. Conservatives thought that they were a fringe academic movement that, you know, that's kind of Bill layers and bernardine Dorne, but they're never actually going to get real power. For over 40 years, the left was able to infiltrate every single corner capture every place that was able to make decisions that mattered. First, of course, academia then media parts of corporate life, the activist base, the governments, the civil service. And we realized that this is one of the reasons why our country became less free when we were signing bad trade deals why our immigration policy was so backwards. Why we were seeing our liberties and our freedoms continually erode as we were engaging in a mass capitulation and almost every single issue to the left. Now mind you, all of this was happening and conservatives kind of shrugged it off. In the 70s, 80s and 90s and early 2000s, the left was getting away with highway robbery. And most conservatives thought it was no big deal. In fact, anyone that dared mention it was called a conspiracy theorist like Pat Buchanan in the early 1990s. I go, what do you mean the left is taking over things? The stock market is going up. Real estate prices are fine. Who cares? America's strong and always will be. In fact, on the center right, there was almost no oxygen in the room to talk about the Marxist infiltration in our schools. People kind of scoffed at it and they didn't take it seriously. But then phase two began. Slowly, all of a sudden, on the center right in America, there was a realization on how the enemy had penetrated every single vertical of society.
Dinesh Reflects on His Time as an Intern for Ronald Reagan
"It's time for our next question. Listen. Hey mister de Souza, my question is, what was it like being an intern for Reagan? And what special memories do you have of him? So in the Reagan White House, I was actually very lucky to at a young age coming as a domestic policy analyst. So I wasn't really an intern and I only say this because of course interns have no access to the president. You have to be on staff and you have to be at least at the middle level. I wasn't at the top level. And so my direct interactions with Reagan were modest. Only a few times did I get to stand in the back of the room along with other staffers. We had our notepads in those days. And the senior staff was right around the table. People like Pat Buchanan or Ed meese, and later the chief of staff was Howard baker. And the senior staff would interact with Reagan, but the rest of us got to stand in the back of the room and observe and take notes and then afterward offer comment to our own teams. In my case, the domestic policy team. So it was a thrill for me because I was in my mid 20s. I think I was I joined the Reagan White House in 1987. So this was in the latter part, the second term of Reagan, of course, during the first time oregano and I was in college. But and I had this big fallacious office in the old executive office building. I mean, an absolutely giant office with a bar and but the real power, by the way, is not in the old executive office building. It's in the west wing, where the office is a much smaller, but you're literally with an earshot of the president. So you have more direct access to him that
"pats" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"Real quick on Frank Gore who, by the way, 9 thousand yard receive 9000 yard rushing seasons, which is the 5th most all time, but the most since 2000 and obviously we know the game changed a lot in the early 2000s. So I think that is significant. And he came into the league in 2005, really started playing in 2006. I hate the idea that for the most part, I think using durability as a Hall of Fame qualifier needs to go on as a little off, but I think at that position you look at running backs, how many running backs play 8 years in the world. And he came in the league was injuries too. Remember. And a lot of people thought that he would not play more than four or 5 years and he ended up making it this long. And he played 16. So average exactly a thousand yards season. So at running back to play that long, third all time in rushing yards, I'd put him in. I think he belongs in. Yeah, I think he'll ultimately get in really quickly. Alex Mack, the center with the forty-niners now, right? And was with the falcons and Super Bowl 51 played Super Bowl 51 for Atlanta with a broken fibula. That's a football guy. He was a football guy through and through really, really good athlete. One of the better athletes at the center position in his prime was kind of like Alex Mack, Jason Kelsey with the eagles. Those are the two guys that could really run at that position. Really good player. Alex Mack, he retires as well. Big loss for the forty-niners. He was kind of a pivot guy as obviously at that center position for that offensive line. That's going to be some big shoes to fill, but those are the three retirements today. Indiana felt kind of retirement day around the league was Mac fits gore hanging them up in the NFL and glad we got to discuss those guys a little bit and reminisce about their careers. Even Ryan Fitzpatrick, who I think is right. I was going to make you do a Ryan Fitzpatrick segment one way or the other. I'll say this. So the browns in 2009 when they drafted Alex Mack. And this is kind of heading into really some dark times to the Cleveland Browns. They had four picks in the top 52. They took Alex Mack in the first round, then three second round picks. Brian RuBisCO, Muhammad massaquoi, David vacuum. So if not for Alex Mack, you're talking about an all time draft miss in that class. And then even the year before, they didn't have any top 100 picks the year before. Two years before they took Brady Quinn 22nd overall. Yes, so Alex Mack, good rare draft hit for the Cleveland Browns. Great offensive lineman, great group of guys there retiring today..
How Joey Jones Became an EOD Technician
"Talk a bit about EOD what they do how heroic these men are Well that's the thing They are heroes I was lucky and public split through the cracks to be able to be called Marino D tech and I acknowledge I'm a blip on the history of the OD for sure And what's amazing about these men and women we have females that do the job very well too Is that they don't want You don't know about them because they don't want you to You know the movie hurt locker if you've seen that then you know nothing about it It's not accurate That's not who we are We don't want movies We don't want folks We want to do our job and go home to our families and keep our buddies doing the same But the best term I can give you to understand EOD is let it be me If somebody has to go out there and risk their lives to make everything around them better and safer let it be me I'll bear that call I'll carry that weight and I'll do that job And that's the mentality of the OD If it's anything else if it's look at me if it's patting yourself on the chest if it's saying I'm braver than you then you're not an EOD tech You might be performing the job but you don't fit the culture and you probably don't stick around very long It's the ultimate exercise of humility on the battlefield because if there's an interview I did because we had a lot of media illness and I didn't notice the challenge but I look back now because I was 1510 15 years younger and I said you know a good day is us staying on base and training a bad day is coming out here and doing the job we love to do and someone getting hurt and someone dying and we say initial success or total failure and that's mentality you have to have There is no room for error but you learn and you train and you dedicate your life to it So when you go out there and you have to make decisions on a bond that you don't know how it's made you don't know how it's supposed to go off and you're trying to trick the trickster you've done the work and you care enough and you've done the job and you go out there and you have confidence and you do it and you get it done Hey listen I'm buying a thousand Every mom I touched is no longer a threat I just kind of bun it on that last one and that's unfortunate
Joey Jones' Resilency After Losing Friends in Combat
"In my downfield it was a unique and I don't say this to pat myself on the back You ever get the chance to do your dream job You don't put yourself in the same place as the people you look at as heroes that made you want to do that job to begin with That's how it was as a marine of E checker bomb tech And so your service guys know that we work with them And so for us we're not joined marine OD We had less than 300 bomb techs on the Marine Corps In 2009 I think we lost 9 of us And in 2000 ten maybe I'm off by a year We lost 11 And then the next year we lost 7 And we're talking percentages of a job field Now we operate in two or three man teams attached to other units so it's not like our unit went over there and suffered a 33% casualty rate But our group of guys that went over there and were dispatched out of 64 of the 33 of us come back killed or catastrophically injured That's a big deal And it did take a lot to get through that But what got me through recovery was not only knowing I owed it to them but hey man I had responsibility Is that a sign that was ready for a dad And I had to step up and raise them whether it was with legs or not Because that's what my buddies would have done Critical Daniel grier the marine engineer that was killed when I lost my legs He had a son the same age as mine That didn't get his dad to get him back home My son did and I owed it to him to be that dad the stand up there and learn how to throw a ball with out legs and crippled up arms and be that guy And if you really want to take this and make a bigger picture that's what we owe each other as Americans to be active in our community to be a contributing member of society to give more than we take to want to stand in the gap to want to be there and make this country better and not do it in a way of demonizing people trying to do the right thing And there are people that want to get rid of Memorial Day because they say it stands for American imperialism Excuse me no Listen child go back and play in your corner until you become an adult and understand what this day is about It's about recognizing and appreciating and ultimately memorializing those to God and hopes that you might have a better life And I get a little bit upset but that's what got me through it
Pat Castle Is a Very Accomplished Man of Faith
"Have you heard of life runners? Yes, you have. If you're listening to the program, I'm talking to the founder of life runners, you can go to life runners dot org, the founder is pat castle now, pat. I got a, I got a note here that tells me you're not just the founder of life runners. You graduated from the air force academy and you went on to get a PhD in nano analytical chemistry. And if I had a dime for everybody who claimed to have a PhD in nano analytical chemistry, I would have one dime. Right now. No, it's just kind of funny because you're obviously a brainy guy and you were involved militarily. I mean, just reading this, you did ten military assignments, including the weapons of mass destruction, defense officer at the base closest to Osama bin Laden on the September 11th. You were an air force academy chemistry professor. You've been doing all kinds of stuff. You have raced 22 marathons, you love Jesus. And you are, I mean, my most impressive thing is that you got a two 53 in the Marine Corps marathon. Hats off to you, my friend. That's awesome to run a sub three hour marathon. I've never run a marathon, but I just want to say, I plan to. But let me ask you just a few things. When did you were you raised in the faith or did something happen along the way that suddenly made you get serious about God? Raised in the faith. I remember in third grade when a sleepover, bob O'Connor said, pat, do you really think God is real? I remember thinking, what a silly question. Look around, of course God's real. And as you blend what you just shared, you know, my PhD in nano analytical chemistry, people would think, like, wow, you know, that must have been tough, keeping the faith. Not at all.
Pat Castle Tells Us About Life Runners
"You, pat Cass. The last time I saw you was the night before the march for life, Tim tee both spoke at that dinner and you and I reconnected. And I said, I got to get you on the program and you told me about something that's happening June 1st. So I said, let's get you on the program. Ahead of June 1st. So first of all, I'll say a little bit about the organization and then say a little bit about June 1st. You bet. So the organization, it simple and powerful. I mean, we are a pro life messaging ministry. And as you mentioned, we wear these bold blue royal blue shirts that have a big cross on the front and a Holy Spirit dove in Jeremiah one 5 that got newest even before we were in our mother's wombs. And on the back, there's a big remember the unborn message and people see this message. Now you do it just holding it up for the cameras and I want to remind people if you're listening on the radio ladies and gentlemen, you're missing the visual aspect. That's the downside of radio. And so we want you to know that all of this stuff is on rumble. If you go to Eric metaxas dot com, you can sign up to see these things because some of the visuals are fantastic. Those t-shirts are beautiful. I love your bravery in doing this. And I mean, you must get some people kind of look sideways at you. Like what? Who are you? Yeah, and so, you know, a lot of people when they first become life runners. You know, anyone listening can go to life runners dot org, hit the join button, you'll get them a monthly update on what's going on with live runners around the world. And you order a shirt or a jacket that says remember the unborn. But that is a notion that people think that, wow, I'm about to walk outside of my home with a shirt that says remember the unborn in the culture of death. And, you know, am I going to get spit wads or tomatoes or middle fingers when I'm walking around the block? The answer is no. I mean, it's incredible. The message is very compassionate, compassion, means to suffer with. And even the other side, even the mean people, even the people that, you know, aren't in God's will. They have a hard time
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"You know, Nick folk wasn't ready and they were prepared to run with Norden as the kicker or was it they kept routine on the Ross? 'cause it was the only way to keep them and they knew they could get folk through. The initial tweet from who first reported this again was a email. So remember, the initial tweet said nordine had won the starting kicking job. It actually didn't even say folk was being released. Yeah. So, you know, I'm inclined to lean that they're gonna give nordeen a start here. And just see, like you said that tryout, but also like you said, do you want this is going to be a close. It's probably going to be close game. And I actually think it's going to be a pretty low scoring game, too. Just for a number of reasons. I think it's going to be a low scoring game. Do you really want nordean in a game that projects like that when, you know, you could have fully meet them? And then let nor dean get his trial next week against the jets 'cause you're gonna beat the bag out of them. They don't have anybody. So I'm gonna say 14. That's my pick. I don't feel I wouldn't put any money on it. Hang on. I have a quarter here somewhere. I'm a flip a coin on it, but you give your take. I'm gonna find a coin. I think it's gonna be full now they have two elevations for vocal for they had to put them on the 53. They also can only elevate I believe they can only elevate two guys, right from the two guys in a player can only be elevated twice during the season, COVID stuff aside. Right, so if they elevate if they decide that they have to elevate Nick Foles, Quinn's not ready. The other spot's gonna be taken up by Brian Hoyer, right? Because they need a better one. Yeah. So Brian Hoyer is automatically won. So the problem that you kind of run into with Norden is being elevated is a guy like miles Bryant or a guy like Christian wilkerson Nelson Aguilar is a no go in this game, right? Those guys are gonna have to stay on the practice squad for this game 'cause you're not gonna have the spot. So you said earlier in the show, you almost have to figure out, okay, is Jalen Miller's gonna be healthy? Does an agal are gonna be healthy? Enough to play on Sunday. That does dictate a lot of things about this kicker. Not that they absolutely have to go in ordean and that situation, but they'll be short handed at wide receiver and cornerback if they have to elevate folk and Hoyer that those two are locked in and then you can't elevate a guy like miles Bryant or a guy like Christian wilkerson. Heads nor details folk..
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"And he's one of those guys in waddle that you can run that stick route, right? With the fade and clear out that coverage. And even if he has a guy on him, he can turn and run and go from zero to 60 in a second, right? So he can take a stick route, which is typically a route that you reserve for third and three and you need to first down and you run the guy on the stick fade, right? He can take a stick around 80 yards to the house. That's how fast the guy he is and jaylen waddle. So a lot of stick a lot of slant, I'm sure a lot of those motion screens where he's going to come into the flat and motion into the flat pre snap. And they're going to throw off the football, Alabama loves doing that with waddle with devonte Smith, where they just go ahead and do all those things. That I think is going to be a big part of this game plan and Jon Jones is the perfect guy to run them down. The other matchup that you mentioned, Devante Parker versus JC Jackson. I love this matchup for JC Jackson's first dry runs at it last year without Stefan Gilmore, but this is a real test for JC Jackson about whether or not he can be a number one corner and a defense, right? And you start right off the bat with a guy like devonte Parker. Well, I think is a really nice matchup for JC. He's going to run on the outside. He's a vertical, big bodied receiver. It's not Stefon Diggs, right? It's not somebody that's going to break them down and run these efficient route breaks and get open at the top of the route frequently. This is a catch point down the field jump ball type of receiver. And that seems to fit JC pretty well. Yeah, this is, you know, he wants to play physical in almost like sometimes I know this is gonna sound weird just hand with me for a second. Sometimes receivers that don't want to play physical that shy away from contact are tough matchups for physical corners because the corners are going to play the way they want. They're going tos that receive around and that receivers are going to be able to draw PI. Because all that contact is going to look one sided. It's almost easier if you're a corner and you want to play physical and Evan, if I'm wrong, correct me, but this is just how I've always felt watching the game. If you're a corner and your physical and you've a receiver who wants to play physical back for you, it just allows you to do more because you don't have to worry about, you know, you shove the guy and he just flop right and then you get called for PI. So he's a guy who's going to kind of fight back with JC Jackson and I almost think that that's going to help Jay-Z Jackson when they're running down the field. This is his brand of coverage, right? Being physical press man outside corner, playing at the catch point, defending verticals. Like I mentioned a second ago, stevon Diggs is a really bad matchup for Jason. He's a real dad matcher for everybody. But he's a really bad matchup for JC Jackson because of how good he is at the top of the route. Right? That's a problem for a guy like JC, who just wants to jam you up and ride you up and down the field..
"pats" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"But at the same time, they're going to eventually if the Patriots can stop to run, they're going to have to eventually get into some of these downfield passing shots, right? And that's really where the Patriots front 7 can eat on this Miami offensive line. And as good as to it is as maneuvering around in the pocket, we know what it can look like. Even for athletic quarterbacks just as Patrick Mahomes receives a Super Bowl last year. You can if you can get to the quarterback and you can disrupt the timing by getting pressure, that's all that you really need. Can I ask you something here kind of unrelated to the game I was thinking about this day? I want to get your opinion. There's a superstar Atlas. So everybody talks about this patriots defense in front. And I've been like back and forth on this in my own brain. And that's why I'm asking you. Every talks about patriot defensive fronts can be so good. They're going to get after the quarterback blah, blah, blah, they're going to be so aggressive. You're going to blitz a ton. I almost wonder are the Patriots going to blitz less this year because it feels like they have the personnel to get home with four and because they maybe have some of that lack of depth in the secondary, they want more just bodies and coverage. As good as this front is, I almost feel like they can be more successful than last year in still blitz less. So what I would say to that is the term that I would use is what a lot of coaches called creepers pressures, right? The Patriots might call it something different. Basically what creeper's pressures are are we're going to put guys up on the line of scrim. And we're going to show blitz, but we're actually going to end up only rushing for, right? But you just might not know which four we're bringing. They might .65, 6 guys up at the line of scrimmage, but it's gonna end up being a four man rush. It's gonna end up being a 7 man coverage, but it almost is a blitz, right? Because you're making those offensive linemen respect all of the rushers. Now, a lot of people kind of put this in the same category as some of the cover zero stuff that we see in Miami that we see here in New England. And it is like that. But it's a little bit different. So I think that you're going to see a lot of those creeper pressures from the Patriots this year where we're going to put uj in judon and high tower and bar more and wise and the interior of that..
"pats" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"I willing to Guinness. We also have one or two. Oh, it's probably when he knocks one out in the Super Bowl. There you go. Next time. There you go. The goal line stop against India. Do you have to do this read every show and I'm just gonna have to I'm gonna try to come up with a different Willie McGinnis moment for every show and just see how I love you. I love that. That's a great idea. But one last thing about the Patriots offense against this Miami Dolphins defense, we found out today at the after practice that Nelson Aguilar was a non participant, did not participate in Thursday's session due to an ankle injury. He was limited on Wednesday, DMP on Thursday. So the question is because I wrote this whole thing in my patriots game plan based off of what we talked about with Tim the other day about attacking down the field, right? Hunting with the football against cover zero. I really thought watching the tape last year, some of their covers zero reps at the dolphins did give up some plays down the field if you can get it blocked up, right? If you can get hold the fork for long enough, you can get that ball out and get that football down the field. And once they hit it a couple of times, Arizona did it and then buffalo did it in week 17. Once they hit it a couple of times, Brian Flores backed off, right? He said, okay, we've given up enough big plays. We're not going to continue to do this. And they backed off a little bit. Nelson Aguilar was the key to that game plan, right? If you're gonna try to go down the field with this patriots offense, it's probably not gonna be Kendrick born or Jacoby Myers. It's gonna be Nelson Aguilar. How big of a deal do you see this being if Nelson Aguilar can't suit up on Sunday? Well, just to be fair, I think hunter Henry can be a downfield threat too in a different sense, right, running up the seam. Yeah, sure. Carrying coverage up the seam. I'm actually not that worried about agile or because I think Jacoby Myers may have let something slip when he spoke to us after practice. Somebody asked him, ever get the exact question, but basically, you know, because we get the report, right? Nelson Aguilar in practice today, then Jacoby speaks and somebody says somebody asked Jacoby to put more pressure on you that Nelson's banged up and might not play. Jacob, he was like, go admires kind of taking off guard and he goes, I didn't know he was that banged up. So clearly what Jacob's seeing Nelson Agos in okay shape. So I wonder if there's maybe some game and ship here from something by Bill Belichick on the injury report, who would have ever thought. But after hearing that, I kind of wonder if maybe Jacoby let something slip and we don't need to be too worried about Nelson Aguilar. Jalen mills, a little more worried, he was clearly moving a little slower during stretching. It practiced today. But I think, especially after what Jacoby said, I think we'll be all right with aggregate..
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"Because, you know, if they throw that first zero blitz at him and he reads it, he makes the check and he just boom quick pass. Kobe Myers. It's like, okay, here we go. Buckle up, right? He struggles with it. I'm not gonna be alarmed. I know I'm gonna get, you know, some crap for this saying, oh, no matter what Mac Jones does. You know, we can't lose. You know, if he screws up early, it's a learning experience. I think there's I said this from the beginning. There's going to be growing pains when you start a rookie quarterback. So I want to see how he reacts that first blitz. That's what I really want to see. Because if he starts figuring those out right away, oh boy, here we go. So that's what I'm looking forward to. That was one thing that stood out throughout all the training camp and the preseason was how pro ready he was at setting things up pre snap before the ball snapped at the line of scrimmage, right? And you look at the way that he made checks the way that he made sure the protection and got the mic point set. And all those types of things were next level for a quarterback with his experience. And I think that that is a little bit of a testament to what he was working with at Alabama because that Steve sarkisian scheme, what did Nick Saban has evolved that offense into in recent years has really taken on a much more pro style conceptually the way that they run their passing game is a lot more pro style now. And they are putting a lot on the quarterbacks to make those adjustments pre snap. So don't they high tower was talking about Mac today. And I thought what was interesting is that he pointed out the same thing for him in a lot of ways coming from Alabama just how similar those two programs are from Nick Saban to Bill Belichick to Alabama the Patriots that even though Mac Jones is a rookie, it almost feels like he's not a rookie in some ways just because he's so used to being coached this way. He's so used to being held to this standard to be putting in all this extra work and all this kind of stuff just comes second nature to him because this is what he was doing for four years at Alabama. Yeah, I mean, it's a different kind of program over there and we are demon aristoc about it today. We heard Dante Hightower talk about it today. Different different kind of program. They just do things differently. They operate at a level the most college teams that operate at. And that's something after factor and here's where people.
"pats" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"Joined as always by 98 5s Alex barth and Alex a couple of things before we get into the meat of the show today. Patriots dolphins week one preview. First and foremost, the season kick-off tonight, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Dallas Cowboys, exciting to see football back in action tonight Alex. Oh yeah, we're here. We made it. Let's go, baby. Football. Oh, I'm gonna knock stuff off my desk. Football season. Let's go. I'm ready to go. How much of an interest do you have in this game in terms of Tom Brady playing in this game and all that kind of stuff? Are you more just watching this one as a fan? I'm just watching it for the football. I mean, any time you get to watch Tom Brady play patriots fan or not, it's a treat, so you look forward to that. But honestly, I know I'm supposed to say, oh, I want to see Brady. He's the goat. He's our guy and like, yeah, like watching him. I'm really interested in Dallas Cowboys this year, just as a team. And this just happens to be their first game, but you got dak coming back from that ankle injury, and let's not forget how good he was before he got hurt, right? I like just kind of overall what they've done on offense. Some of those receivers they have. Obviously, you know, they don't have Zack Martin, so it's not the full picture, but it's an interesting team they've built over there. And they're a team that I think and maybe surprise some people this year. So, yeah, they're missing a couple of offensive linemen that certainly hurts, but we'll see I'm actually really looking forward to see them. And it just so happens their first games against Brady in the box. I am a massive massive dak Prescott supporter. I think dak Prescott's wildly underrated still in the national attention or discussion, I guess I should say among quarterbacks got the injury last year kind of soured some people on his season, but remember, first, four or 5 weeks of last year before he got hurt Alex, MVP clip, right? He really could have been the MVP of the league a year ago if he continued, especially how much he was throwing the football because they were playing from behind a lot because of that defense was terrible. So dak Prescott started to see him back in action. It's good like you said, just to get football back in general, one more thing before we get into it, we got to shout out our friends at legends dot com, legends hooked us up. I.
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"Partners bet online dot AG. The Patriots were back on the practice field on Thursday after sitting out the day on Wednesday, the pads had a lot of new faces out at practice after cut down day officially on Tuesday getting down to that 53 man Ross for limit on Wednesday. We saw all the waiver wire process. We saw the practice squad basically come to fruition and a lot of those new faces were out at practice today. Waiver claim wider silver slash running back Malcolm Perry was at practice for the Patriots donating number 19 Perry working with the wide receivers during positional drills. So that will be his home at least in terms of meeting rooms and positional drills for the Patriots here. Wide receiver, gadget player, do it all guy, former navy quarterback, you know, Bill Belichick absolutely loves that. So the Patriots place a waiver claim on Malcolm Perry. He's out of practice for New England on Thursday, along with Perry. We also saw a couple new additions. Oh wait, first of all, we saw new offensive tackle yes here Durant, almost forgot about yasir Duran. Number 63, 6 foot 5, 6 foot 6, 330 pounds, a massive tackle prospect that has good play strength and decent feet for his size, the Patriots offensive line coach, Carmen Bristol, said that the pads scouted Durant quite a bit during the pre draft process. We're trying to come away with him, but then he got scooped up in the 7th round. Now they make the trade with the Houston Texans to get him here after the cut down day. Along with Durant and Perry, we saw the practice squatters fill out that 16 man practice squad 15 of the 14 of those guys, excuse me, out of that patriots practice on Thursday, three newcomers, quarterback, Garrett Gilbert, linebacker, Giovanni tavi and fullback Ben mason. Masons are really interesting one. We know Jakob Johnson's been pretty solid for the Patriots. But over at Michigan in the last couple of years, mason has been a battering ram for the wolverines, the ravens, drafted him, they have a couple of guys like Pete Richard, who were ahead of him on the depth chart, and it was a little bit difficult for him to get out there with Baltimore, but now he comes to New England and according to Ian rappaport seems to be in a direct competition already with Jakob Johnson mason has a chance to be a long-term fit here for the Patriots as their lead blocker. So along with mason and Gilbert and tavi, those players were out at practice. Cornerback D'angelo Ross, who was also on the New England Patriots practice squad was in spotted during the session at least during the media portion, but I am told that he has not been cut from the Patriots practice squad, dealing with something minor on the injury front, but Ross is still a member of the pat's practice squad as of right now. So not a release there. Just wasn't out at practice during the media portion of the session. The Patriots will be off over the weekend Friday Saturday and Sunday. Bill Belichick, giving the Pats Labor Day weekend off the pads will be back on the practice field on Monday afternoon, to prepare for the Miami Dolphins in the season Oprah, they're just a week away. We'll have you covered down here at Foxborough again on Monday and throughout the week next week as the Patriots make preparations for the dolphins. And of course, will be inside the lead stadium for the season opener against Miami a week from Sunday..
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"And then I have a couple I'm sure maybe a few of them are on your list. So there's three ways they can go. They can just the known commodity, right? The guy that's been here knows the office. That would be Jake Doe gala, of course, and then Brian murky, who was only here for a little bit last summer, but he sort of knows. Then they could go with another Brian Hoyer, just another veteran and other teacher for Mac Jones. I look at a guy like Garrett Gilbert, who I thought did given the role did well last year in Dallas in Josh Johnson, who's been on 14 NFL teams. He's been cut 20 times, but hey, he's seen everything. That knowledge is valuable. You know, you don't look good for 20 times. He's been caught 20 times 14 NFL teams plus three other professional teams. He's with the Sacramento mountain. Let me see if I can do this. Sacramento mountain Lions who I think were the UFO he was with the LA wildcats of the XFL and then he was with an AAF team the San Diego fleet would be so he was with three non NFL teams in the Sacramento mountain Lions, were the UFO. They were not the fxfl, so that's the one league. He hasn't played it. But yeah, 2014 teams since 2008 he's seen a lot of football and then the other category they can go to is because they still do need a backup quarterback. I don't think it's Brian Hoyer beyond this year. And, you know, if we were to project ahead and there's a lot that's going to happen between now and then. But if we were to project ahead, I would say that they're probably going to need a quarterback and get next off. He's not a starter, obviously, hopefully. But they still need to find a backup. A sustainable backup for Mac Jones. So maybe they dip into that pool. I thought that potentially will grier could be a guy who could come in and be a backup for them for three or four years. I liked his upside. He was claimed by the cowboys. The other option, somebody beat me to it in the chat, Kyle law letter. I was going to draw who they reportedly really liked coming out in the draft in 2018. Somebody mentioned Stidham, he's going to be out for at least the first 6 weeks. So bring in any one of these guys, cut him 6 weeks in instead him becomes your third quarterback. Or you could just roll with this guy and not activate Stidham. Especially because maybe you want to keep this guy on the practice squad. If you did him, you then have to call him to get him back on the practice squad. He might get claimed. So I wouldn't rule out a third guy. Those are kind of the three branches they could go. I guess Danny yelling falls into that first category. But he's really bad. But yeah, there's a number of directions they could go. Yeah, the one player quarterback I can tell you that it's not as bend the new gene. That's the only one I got. I don't know who it is, but I know it's not been the nucci. The other quarterback that I wanted to throw out there was Kyle lauletta, who had a decent camp in Cleveland. What.
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"To a pats game well there are the largest increase the Las Vegas raiders hold on do you have for this one ticket prices go up five hundred twenty seven percent their average ticket on the secondary market now yes ops one thousand one hundred dollars remember they're going into the stadium and that's the reason for it did you also see that the you know yes he was active right probably seems teams in LA are all through California looking for secondary places to to Lisa practice yeah well to lease the do a do a summer camp because you know Los Angeles county say they may they may extend this through a July although they're opening the beaches on Wednesday and they've open curbside retail on Monday it's it's just such a political nonsense this is this is not getting stupid we're in stupid season ever it is follow the blight yes and you know the patriots seven of those stupid fans up there knowing that they don't pay that much you go see a Tom Brady less right Hey Joe much by Duncan with four hundred and thirty three dollars that's always okay I love the patriots are not a lot of Jonah I think the address families extraordinary I love the statement it's it's it's a great group it is well I think a lot about them all right thanks we'll come back traffic news weather to intuit Israel's extendable I'll date this might be a good time to try vegetarianism reporter mark Mayfield says more meat processing plants are closing over the corona virus and it could make me hard to come by that's the word from experts were warning of a shortage in just two weeks they say only big box retailers will likely get enough leaving shelves empty at grocery stores this comes as Tyson foods prepares to close its largest port plant in Iowa today after a corona virus outbreak mark Mayfield NBC news radio major drug store chains are now working with the trump administration to fight cove it nineteen CVS health CEO Larry Merlo said yesterday at the White House that large scale testing at facilities in five states should begin within a month at least sites are enabling us to test approximately a thousand individuals today with a real time results we now have a capacity to test about thirty five thousand individuals each each week Walgreens rite aid Walmart and Kroger are also pitching in not many people are buying the Harley Davidson motorcycles during this pandemic Harley Davidson Inc reporting a forty five percent drop in quarterly profit net income fell to just under seventeen million dollars during the first quarter talk about turning lemons into lemonade the corona virus hit just as universal pictures was getting ready to release its animated film trolls world tour the company went ahead and released it as a digital rental and it's a hit and is in fact expected now to change the way movies are real least NBC universal CEO Jeff shell says trolls world tour has taken in nearly one hundred million dollars in three weeks consumer and business news Peter finch N. B. C. news radio it says six one this tragic traffic.
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"Have a positive impact on how people will view him. At least that's the bet that he's making and that's something that makes sense so as a as a decision maker you would obviously really dial into your relationship with sought with Sean Payton and Uber Dollar your relationship if you have one with drew brees and really asked what did James do during this time during the two thousand twenty season that you believe would project the him having come out of this on the other side of much better football player would it be willing. Would it be behoove us and be beneficial to us to go ahead and take the risk if you were looking at him as being a starting quarterback or someone who's going to compete for a starting job in twenty twenty one? Would it be something that makes sense for us and let me let me? Let me say this to when I really started thinking about this and looking at this the taste them hillsides a two year deal which is essentially a one year deal because he got sixteen and a half million fully guaranteed at signing. So when you're looking at twenty twenty season here and then James signing for one million dollars when it come when this is over. Drew moves on and supposedly. He's going to move onto the broadcast booth and Sean sits back and looks at his football team. Although he has already said that he believes that tasted hill is a starting quarterback and he is a future starting quarterback for him for that franchise. He has now. He will have the benefit of having a full season to really sit back in organically and objectively evaluate. And say hey look. I believe tasting. Bill was going to be a starting quarterback. I believe he was the future. But things can change and we know. These contains very quickly when it comes to quarterback so who's to say that this is just a one year rental for Jameis Winston. It's not out of the Roma possibility that winds up being someone who's in the mix in twenty twenty one there in New Orleans because he is a quality quarterback he is twenty twenty six years old despite the fact that he's played five years in the NFL and he has played at a very high level. So I wouldn't just throw out the door that this is just about him trying to rehab his image for some other football team although Sean again and let me reiterate has said to my face that he believes tasted as a starting quarterback. But I think all things are on the table and it's GonNa Benefit and whether it be for the saints or for some other. Football team greeted. I'm so glad you said that because I have been making that argument for a week and you're someone people will actually listen to saying that I agree. I think James is the future at quarterback in New Orleans. Meanwhile what is the future at quarterback in Green Bay? A former packers legend weighed in on a current. And one yesterday. Saying things are not gonNA WANNA hear. If you're a fan of the packers put you will hear the nets as we get up with you on ESPN..
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"Can get a guy like Cam. Newton acclamated to their offense and adjust things to make them work for him. Also believe he would be a good thing because they don't have the wide receivers on the outside usually create their own separation. So now you have a guy that could get you into second play opportunities but also usually happens during this time it's teams are not as teams are in phase three phase. Two of whatever the off season program is and you start to see what you have in a quarterback room or what you have in any position or room and right now. You're not getting to see that from Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer. Maybe once these guys can get back to the facility they may look at Jarrett Stidham and say you know what he isn't the guy that we thought in cameras still around then maybe check it out. Get Him in your building and see if he's fit. I think the one thing I do remember about Jarret Stidham is. He came into a game early on in the season against the New York jets. He do a pick six to Jamal Adams in he got pulled. Nah I know they're more things that go into evaluating a quarterback and you get to see them at practice. You've done your scouting but that doesn't look like a guy who can lead the New England patriots to the level of play that they want this season so I'll be interested to see how things go from here. Lewis played for bill. You know him. Well how do you see this thing playing out for the Patriots? And what do you think happens for Cam? Yeah I think for the Patriots says Mike Reese alluded to. They really liked the fit that jared provides them at the quarterback position him along with Brian. Hoyer I know that Josh is a big fan of his. I know that they like how he developed last year and I know that one Snapshot Against The New York jets is not a favorable one. And that's the one that sticks in people's minds but he had a very very good preseason. They really did like how he learned. This offense under Tom Brady. They like how he executed this offense in the preseason. They like his decision making. They'd like his accuracy as something that might might Greece's already said that that those are the number one and number two things that they look for in quarterbacks and they feel as though with this off season with the online training that they are doing up there as far as their off season is concerned the jared is GonNa make tremendous jumps. And they're going to be able to hit the ground running here in the fall and look the way they are building this football team. I mean they're building inside out. They draft the two tight ends. This year it's going to be very much so similar to what they have done in the past so as far as Cam. Newton is concerned. You know what's interesting? What are the two best teams that really stick out to me as far as being good fits.
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"Ball out of Aaron Rodgers. Hands. This doesn't end well to me. Emma Rodgers will play in a different uniform before he retired right doesn't end well and it also doesn't end soon so Lewis. I'll I'll ask you if you agree. We just heard are we heard. Brett farve saying do you believe Aaron Rodgers winds up playing somewhere else? No DOUBT NO DOUBT. I think. Twenty twenty two season when you will see him play elsewhere. Because that's what makes the most sense for them from a cat perspective? Now could he play somewhere else in as soon as twenty twenty one sure he could. I mean he has a roster bonus that comes do believe the third day of the new League Year in two thousand twenty one he would carry about a thirty million dollar plus dead money cabinet to the football team but again when you combine that with the cabinet that Jordan love will carry. It's something again you could stomach. It wouldn't be ideal but if this relationship really starts to deteriorate here in the two thousand twenty season and they go. Hey Look Jordan's ready to go. I'll La Patrick Mahomes when he really sat for one year behind Alex Smith Jordan's ready to go here and twenty twenty one and doesn't want to be here as are just pointed out. This is really having a negative effect on the locker room. We need to move forward from here. Well then maybe see them make that you could possibly see them. Make that kind of aggressive move. It's not out of the question but it wouldn't be ideal for them. See this is just a situation overall. Though that there's no doubt that they thought about this beforehand they knew what the ramifications were going to be in quite honestly. They didn't care they're looking forward to not only the short-term where they can compete but the long term as well and they don't really care how this affects. Aaron honestly incredible to me. This is a team that was thirteen and three that we are talking about guys. Stay with me. We have tons and tons more on this morning continues but another huge story. Yesterday that.
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"The pats the pains the food and then clean up afterwards and split you don't can I never asked that you probably do clean up afterwards and then leave right yes a house like this okay I I leave my client's home like I leave my ex boyfriend better than when I found them all right that is great that's a great is saying all right what do we know it so for you it also on Facebook quarantine kitchen a great name I just sounds great you know and and raw quarantining and you know we've gone through my favorite meals we went through my wife's favorite meals my daughter's favorite meals and I were looking for something simple but I different what do you recommend what is something that we can all make at home that is that really feels like it you spend a lot of time on it but you really didn't so one of the things I've been doing for those people who need a little extra help I've been doing these one on one virtual what I call kitchen chapter the shack so just the other day I had a girl reach out to me she's at home with her four kids she's exhausted everything that you've made so we get a little zoom one on one and her and I went over some things and I do need donation based so that someone doesn't have money or they do have money I'm here for them no matter what and one of things we talk about it every home that they can't you know every hole mmhm and what we came up with is tuna sushi so take that like we all love that mixture like the Russia and many is like if you like it a little sweeter going America away for added sugar or like the Japanese style manning and then a little bit of us with us or a lemon juice and just make up an extra rocket style nanny makes up your tune a little bit either sushi rice or if you just have regular right back home make it a little bit sticky and add in vinegar salt and sugar or if you have apple cider vinegar white wine vinegar anything that a clear vinegar and then roll it up where the your agenda in the middle of rapid infancy we sheets or individual stacked up I had one girl in in the quarantine kitchen she lined a bowl with a piece of plastic wrap the ricin puts a little bit at unit and put the sheet is the lead and then another layer right hold up the plastic wrapping just presses it into the shape of the ball it's a big round sushi and just act on it that's a great idea a lot of people are and and and I I can't tune it can last you know forever in the coverage this move I guess self defense this I'll tune in the vending machine okay a fine we all have one like that I have to be on it like when I did my first round of like I'm scared shopping first thing I did was I it was by like a kick back at you because I knew it was going to be in my my covered no matter what I always have it that is a really cool idea Hey it but one of the tips that I guess I can share with their not maybe not with you because you're you know obviously you're about to be professional and trained chefs but my wife likes to makes pasta and you know if we go out and buy a hamburger I don't I I like to cook it that day I don't like to keep in the refrigerator I have a I have a tendency to you know leave it there and all the sudden it gets behind the milk and you forget it goes mad but if I if I buy these Bubba burgers and you know and we just throw two of them into the mix you know I'm a brown woman and use that as the spaghetti meat and it works every time and you can keep him almost you know forever the Bubba burgers are fantastic I am a huge fan of I take my ground meat and I use one of those like mini muffin pans are like a muffin pan and I mix it into different flavors and I make like three different types of meat looks like one will be with barbecue sauce one will be wrapped in bacon and one will have a little bit of like ketchup and vinegar on top and then I freeze them individually put them in a ziplock bag and now I have these single serving meatloaf that honestly like if I am if I'm making spaghetti I pop out the one with ketchup and vinegar on it and I chopped up and added into my spaghetti or ninety degree in which in the afternoon I have a meatloaf sandwich in the afternoon or I'm just starving at night for dinner just pull one out pop in the microwave or in the event and now I've got meet Logan alligator from venues in college in that.