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Trump Shares Whether or Not He'll Return to Twitter

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Trump Shares Whether or Not He'll Return to Twitter

Will 2024 Be a Walk in the Park for Donald Trump?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 1 d ago

Will 2024 Be a Walk in the Park for Donald Trump?

"Left? Is it going to be a walk in the park for you in 2024? Because they seem to be doubling down and getting everything wrong in the last 16 months. Well, the very vicious and they fight very much harder than we had, we had Bill Barr. He didn't want to be impeached, so how do you not get impeached? Don't do anything. And you know, when somebody like that says that, oh, no, the election was just fine. And then you watched 2000 mules, or you watch many other things, too. Well, you just look at the proof. Look at Arizona. Look what happened with the audit. Look even the attorney general who is very weak, very weak in Arizona because he showed this massive fraud that was presented to him by the Senate and others. He showed this massive fraud and irregularities. And then he goes, we can't let it happen again. Well, what about taking care of the stuff that happened? Not just saying we can't let it happen again. So he's gone way down in the polls now because of that people are very unhappy about it. But if you look at Georgia, if you look at Pennsylvania where there are subpoenas all over the place, if you look at Wisconsin with the nursing homes where almost everybody voted, but historically very few people vote in nursing homes because they have other problems, frankly. But you look at what happened in Wisconsin with the nursing homes and other things. It's an take a look at Racine Wisconsin. The sheriff, there's a real patriot. Take a look at Racine Wisconsin, where the sheriff went out. He went to see if it was true. And he said, it's far worse than I ever anticipated. Not better, but far worse. No, we have corrupt elections that we have open borders. You know, nobody would have thought this. I always said, you need strong borders to have a country. Well, we have the worst part is we had the best borders in the history of our country two years ago. Now we have the worst borders in the history. And the other thing we have is corrupt elections.

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Donald Trump Joins Sebastian to Discuss 2020 Voter Fraud

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:32 sec | 1 d ago

Donald Trump Joins Sebastian to Discuss 2020 Voter Fraud

"And I got more votes than any president in history. And I was told that if I got the same number that I got in 2016, I'd win easily. And everybody know what happened. And most people know the Democrats, no better than anybody, but they're not going to admit that. But I think that Stewart and a lot of people are naive about 2020. They want to get on to the future. We all want to get onto the future. But if you don't learn from history and study it and make sure it doesn't happen again, you're going to have the same thing happen

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President Donald J. Trump Returns to America First!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | 1 d ago

President Donald J. Trump Returns to America First!

"And I served with great pleasure, the man who is now on the line, the 45th president of the United States and God willing, the 47th president Trump, welcome to America first. And you did a great job. I have to say that. You did a great job at everybody respected you. And you were a strong voice. So that's why I do your show. Well, thank you kindly, and we're going to keep you on through the breaks. We're going to blast through the Blake skies. Don't go anywhere the president will be with us for the rest of the show. President, let's start with I really don't know how to react. You know I'm with newsmax now. I used to be with Fox. I had great respect for the Fox business hosts like varney. But I don't understand this interview he did with you recently where he said most of your supporters want to forget 2020 they want to move on. Well, president Trump, I was there. I watched you in the front row at Mar-a-Lago. I don't know how you did it. You sat there for 90 minutes for the premiere of the national Seuss's 2000 mules. You saw the evidence, sir, of an election stolen from you and 74 million voters at least. There is no way we can go forward unless we fix the problems of 2016. Do you agree? Well, first of all, let me just say about sir, I really like Stewart a lot. I was a little surprised because I really believe that if I said G under the circumstances because we've seen such corruption. I mean, the 2000 meals is incredible, but that's just one form of many. Now that's definitive and determinative because there's so many more votes than you need to win. But there are many other things they did also. It was a very corrupt election. I think that if I said that gee whiz, this was corrupt and all that. But we have to go for it. I think our base would be very upset about it if you want to know the truth. They would be very upset. And I don't think that people Stewart would be one of them. And Stuart's very good. But I don't think people realize that I could say other ones that we like Friends of ours. I don't think anyone knows how powerful this is.

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 Twitter to pay $150M penalty over privacy of users' data

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Twitter to pay $150M penalty over privacy of users' data

"Twitter has been ordered to pay a multi-million dollar penalty over privacy violations In an announcement Wednesday regulators with the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission said Twitter failed to protect users over a 6 year span They say Twitter violated an FTC order issued in 2011 after serious security breaches the company failed to disclose that user's private contact information allegedly collected for security purposes was used to let companies send targeted ads The company has been ordered to pay a $150 million fine and put in new safeguards In a federal lawsuit the regulators are also alleging that Twitter falsely claimed it was complying with international privacy agreements The announcement came on the same day as Twitter's annual shareholders meeting Jack Dorsey's last day on Twitter's board

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Brittney Griner's wife tells ABC she wants WNBA star home

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Brittney Griner's wife tells ABC she wants WNBA star home

"Britney grinder's wife says she wants the WNBA star being detained in Russia back home Sherrell griner says she started receiving text early in the morning on February 17th Babe babe babe wake up They have me in this room I don't know what's going on Brittany griner has been detained since then after vape cartridges containing oil derived from cannabis were allegedly found in her luggage at an airport near Moscow Griner plays basketball in Russia Cheryl greiner tells ABC's Good Morning America She wants President Biden to secure a release I just keep hearing that he has the power She's a political punch So if they're holding her because they want you to do something then I want you to do it Griner says Secretary of State Antony Blinken told her this is a top priority I was grateful for the call You say she's top priority but I want to see it Russian officials have described grinder's case as a criminal offense The charges carry a maximum penalty of ten years in prison I'm Ed

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Is America Systemically Racist? Briahna Gray Shares Her Thoughts

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | Last week

Is America Systemically Racist? Briahna Gray Shares Her Thoughts

"Moving to the first question since we didn't get to it. Brianna is America's systemically racist. There you go. There's systemic racism, of course, in America. There are systemic poverty. There's a lot of, look, I think we should probably start by talking about the word systemic with the worst systemic means. It means that we're not any longer talking about the realm of this person with mean to me. This person didn't give me a job because they didn't like the cut of my jib or they didn't like that I was a woman or they didn't hire me because I was primarily a number of things that go on in people's lives. Those kind of one off instances of oppression, a discrimination. Of course, exist. For people who are in members of protected classes and people who aren't members of protected classes, I could not hire you because I don't like your shirt and there's nothing to lock and do about that. But of course that would exist, but then we wouldn't call that systemic oppression if even if we would call that wrong. What we mean when we say systemic is that we have institutions in our country, whether it's something like our institution of laws, whether it's our prison system, whether it's our education system. And because we're human beings, and because we're flawed as we're putting together these systems, because there's always room to perfect the systems that we have made by our own human fallible design. There are often the same kind of biases in interest that we have are baked into those systems. And it's not about someone necessarily sitting around the Ferris leasing or I'm going to get you sucker. But the reality is when you look at the way the world is designed and outcomes aren't always indicative of a problem. But sometimes they are. And so when you see something like for instance, regardless of the race of the perpetrator, regardless of the race of the criminal. You are four times more likely to get the death penalty. If the victim is white versus that the victim is black. Now this is regardless of the person who did the killing was white or black. If you kill a white person and we're likely to get the death penalty that the black person, this is an interesting thing to think

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Oiilers rally past Flames, knot series 1-1

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Oiilers rally past Flames, knot series 1-1

"The oilers have nodded their second round series at a game apiece with a 5 three comeback win over the flames Zach Hyman snapped a three three tie with a shorthanded goal of ten 14 of the third period We did a good job and just battling her down two goals there early in the second Off of too many men penalty and then we just worked Leon draisaitl and Duncan Keith each had a goal and two assists to support Mike Smith who was sharp in stopping 37 shots after getting pulled early in the opener Connor McDavid had a goal and an assist for the oilers giving him 20 points already in this postseason Tyler to foley's power play goal early in the second period gave Calgary at three one lead The oilers will host game three on Sunday I'm Dave

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Colton scores late, Lightning beat Panthers 2-1 in Game 2

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Colton scores late, Lightning beat Panthers 2-1 in Game 2

"Ross Colton scored with just 3.8 seconds left in regulation giving the lightning a two one victory and a two games to none lead in their second round series with the Panthers Tampa Bay had just killed off a penalty to Steven stamkos when Colton scored right in front of Sergey barsky the penalty kill also left Florida zero for 25 on the power play this postseason The bolt scored on their first power play chances Corey Perry deflected a shot pass for Broadsky It remained one zero until a two Lewis star and then beat Andre vasilevsky with one 53 remaining in the second period Game three is Saturday in Tampa I'm Dave

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Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

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If Guilty, NY Should Explore Death Penalty Against Buffalo Suspect

Mark Levin

01:42 min | Last week

If Guilty, NY Should Explore Death Penalty Against Buffalo Suspect

"Well obviously what took place in Buffalo was a horrendous Mass murder crime and a race based slaughter There's no question about it And this man is 18 years old So he's an adult I don't know if New York has the death penalty or not But if it does I mean I know innocent top proven guilty but if it does and he's proven guilty they ought to try and use it All the people who suffer Just going shopping the families devastated It's why constantly say we're red blooded Americans We're red blooded Americans in these racists who are on TV And they're still at it all weekend long It's just sickening But the corporate media do It is just horrendous The nation is becoming increasingly diverse do mostly to immigration But whatever the reason and so more than need to keep the nation together more than need to have faith more the need for the media to conduct self responsibly But it won't

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Russian soldier to go on trial in first war-crimes case

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Russian soldier to go on trial in first war-crimes case

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Is Abortion Equal to Murder? John Zmirak Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Is Abortion Equal to Murder? John Zmirak Explains

"I'm talking to John samira. What's there to say, John? What's on your mind? Well, thank you, Eric. I collaborated with my friend longtime pro life activist Jason Jones on an important piece at stream dot org. It's called once the law protects unborn kids. Should we seek legal penalties for women who abort them? That question has actually come up. The left is saying that we pro lifers want to send women to prison if they have abortions once we have granted legal protection to unborn children. They're saying we don't just want to lock up the doctors and the nurses and the entrepreneurs of the abortion industry. They're claiming that we want to send women to prison. And pro lifers, some prominent ones, are struggling with how to answer this. If we say abortion is murder, well, if you hire hitman and you get caught, hitman isn't just go to jail, you're going to jail. So if your logic is the abortion is murder, don't you really intend to lock up women who've had abortions once you can get away with it politically. Catholic once posed this. This is in the back of the minds of the suburban women voters who the Democrats think will rescue the Biden administration from the wrecking ball come November. And so we pro lifers have to have a principled answer to it. Typically the answer was always, well, we think the women are the victims. So we would never prosecute the victims. That doesn't quite cut it a 100%. Because first of all, yes, it's true. In many cases, women are coerced to pressure to abandon into having abortions. But not all of them. They're not all innocent hapless 14 year olds carried into abortion clinics by their parents.

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Jarvis, Raanta help Carolina top Bruins for 3-2 series lead

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jarvis, Raanta help Carolina top Bruins for 3-2 series lead

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Hurricanes claim testy win vs. Bruins, take 2-0 series lead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hurricanes claim testy win vs. Bruins, take 2-0 series lead

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Justice Black's Interpretation of 'Right to Privacy'

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Justice Black's Interpretation of 'Right to Privacy'

"Just as Hugo black and his descent was not impressed He was the first nominated the Supreme Court by FDR from Alabama He attacked the way Douglas had turned constitutional law into semantics By replacing the language of actual right with the phrase quote write the privacy unquote He wrote the court talks about a constitutional right of privacy And so there is some constitutional provision of provisions forbidding any law ever to be passed which might abridge the privacy of individuals But there is not There are of course guarantees in certain specific constitutional provisions which are designed in part to protect privacy at certain times and places with respect to certain activities So what is he talking about Well you have a right To not have your house searched unless authorities have a warrant You have a right to free speech which is a form of privacy To your own thoughts and belief systems you have a right to freedom of association You have many many rights under the Bill of Rights privacy rights But this broad concept of privacy right is nonsensical because we have many laws That impose criminal penalties and long prison sentences If you commit certain acts in private or public

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Springer hits tying HR, Jays rally to beat Red Sox 6-5 in 10

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Springer hits tying HR, Jays rally to beat Red Sox 6-5 in 10

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Last Meal (MM #4049)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Last Meal (MM #4049)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Now this may sound crass, you may think I'm kidding, but I have a serious question, and it's all about, well, the death penalty. But it's a weird twist. Here in Nashville, one of our death row inmates was supposed to be executed on Thursday night by a lethal injection, literally an hour before the execution, they issued a stay, and I still haven't quite heard what exactly was the problem, but there was something with the lethal injection process. But they had said he'd already had his last meal. Now, I know this is silly, but since the stay, he's already had one last meal, does he get a second last meal? And I probably have friends who worked in the news business that could answer this for me. But I'm sure grant, we're not talking a lot of money here. I mean, the man's last meal was a bacon double cheeseburger, deep dish apple pie and vanilla bean ice cream. That's not my question. I mean, again, what is that 20 bucks? I don't even care if we spend another 20 bucks. That's not the point. The point is, do you get two last meals? It's a weird thing that just made me wonder. It was kind of a strange thing. I know we're talking the death penalty and we're talking about a murderer when we're talking about stuff more important than a last meal. But it's just one of those things I wondered because it was a strange thought to me.

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"penalty" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"penalty" Discussed on ESPN FC

"It's an e cetera england of taking it very well as you can imagine it will end is so no not again heartbreak. A lot of questions of course about the penalty takers and why in fact it was soccer. A teenager who who's at the last one is about southgate. Said i decided on the penalty take is based on what they've done in training. That's michael. it totally rests with me. We were through them in training. This is the order we came to. We knew they were the best. Take as we have left on the pitch. This was the reaction. The boys heard that quote on yesterday showed dots the most insane sentence that i have already in football. I choose the player. We're going to kick the penalty. Never work like that would never work that. If i'm a greenish character. And i know i'm one hundred million poem player eventually talking i'm going in mindset shipper talent experienced. I think i'm listen. Forget nineteen year old. I'm going to take that responsibility. I agree with you jack. Relish would been more ready than soccer or essential. Roy came with similar sentiments. Saying if you'll sterling greeley's you cannot sit there and watch your. Kate woke up ahead of you. You cons jack. Greenish responding to that quote. Saying i said. I wanted to take one. The gaffer is made so many right decisions through this tournament and he did tonight. But i won't have people say that. I didn't want to take piano when i said i

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"penalty" Discussed on The Family Crime Cast

The Family Crime Cast

16:24 min | 2 years ago

"penalty" Discussed on The Family Crime Cast

"We are your host. Maria Honecker Bob Honecker so today we're GONNA be talking about my dad's first murder case which involves a former police officer New Jersey State Trooper. Joseph Taylor Joseph. Taylor was going through a recent breakup with a woman. Jackie Allston before we get too far into the case and about the incident that took place. I I want to go back to where it all began. So let's go a little bit into that. Let's talk about Jackie Allston. And Joseph Taylor. What was their relationship lay had initially a dating relationship and eventually Joseph Taylor moved in with Jackie Allston in Neptune New Jersey. They had lived together for over a year. Maybe close to two years and then in October of nineteen eighty three. The relationship started to sour. Jackie Allston indicated Joseph Taylor that she thought the relationship Shouldn't however they remain together Up until February fifteenth of Nineteen eighty-four. When Joseph Taylor moved out he always had hopes of rekindling their relationship and getting back with her and it was only a three week period of time between when he moved out and when the homicide occurred. Okay so let's get into the homicide that occurred so basically on the day that it happened. I believe Joseph Taylor showed up to Jackie Austin's home and when he arrived. He discovered that she was moving on. She was hanging out with a man. Gardner Anthony Stewart is his name but known to go by Tony. She this Guy Tony and it was actually a former front of Joseph Taylor's so this did not make him happy and he proceeded to start making phone calls who was just showing up unannounced. I think he called her one point and said if you to continuous you'll both be dead so pretty threatening messages there. And then he proceeded a show about her house with a gun so let. Let's go into that. What what happens? Once he arrives at the House the House and the doors locked so he breaks into the House and he finds Jackie Allston in her bedroom and he shoots her in the hip. Tony Stewart is in the bathroom. We don't know from the investigation whether or not he was hiding or what he was doing in there but Taylor enters the bathroom and then shoots him twice in the head and killed instantly Taylor then leaves the scene and ultimately reports to police that he shot someone and the police take him into custody and he provides a statement to police but he indicated that he doesn't remember the shooting that he sort of be so convenient well it alternately established what is defense would be so. Tell us how you became involved in the case so I had just finished my trial with the Reverend James Win which we talked about in our last episode episode one and get out check it out and shortly after that. I remember one day The First Assistant Paul Shy came to my desk and said are you ready for your first homicide case and absolutely you know. I told him yes. Absolute harm ready and that is a big stepping stone because once the your superiors your supervisors identify that you were ready to try a murder case that kind of elevated to the higher echelon of trial attorneys within the office so. I was eager to have the opportunity to do that. Case was honored that they had had enough confidence in me to think that I could handle that type of case and I was honored to get the case so this wasn't just your first murder case. That's obviously a big stepping stone. A lot of responsibility but it was also your first death penalty case right that's correct. Death Penalty was reinstituted in New Jersey. Nineteen eighty two so it was fairly new in March nineteen eighty-four when this homicide occurred and this case was screened by the Death Penalty Committee to be death eligible case so now as an added factor not only. Would I be trying to establish the guilt of Joseph Taylor in the case but if he was to be found guilty of murder than I would proceed to a second phase of the case the penalty phase where a jury would be asked to decide whether or not he should be subject to the death penalty? So what determines whether or not a case is a death penalty case will at the time you had to establish what was known as aggravating factors. There are many aggravating factors that made a case death eligible as as they recall back. Then you know if you murdered a police officer if you had if you hired somebody to murder somebody a death of a child but the most common one was a felony murder that if someone committed a murder during the course of felony robbery or burglary then that was an aggravating factor that made case death eligible so for this case specifically Joseph Taylor entered the home. It wasn't his home so breaking and entering burglary could be justified for that and then he committed a murder that's correct. This was an aggravated factor of felony. Murder Burglary was the underlying felony and a murder occurred during the course of that felony. So let's talk about the death penalty because it is a complicated issue and you know everybody has different opinions on it. What did you feel about it? I time while I was not opposed to the death penalty. I believe that in the appropriate case a jury should be allowed to decide whether someone should face the ultimate penalty and as a matter of fact. I Remember Paul. Shied indicate to me and asked me what my views were on the death penalty. And if I would have any problem trying this type of case and I told him now I did not have any reservation about trying this type of case it was ultimately up to the jury we would present the evidence of a jury decided to impose the death penalty than that was their decision. So I was prepared to do that. Listen the death. Penalty is reserved for certain cases. You know usually the most heinous and The most troubling type of cases where murder is committed. You you can think of Timothy McVeigh. You can think of Ted Bundy. You can think of cases where jurors ultimately came back with a verdict of the death penalty. And so my position was that if a case met the aggravating factors and was truly a case that warranted it. I think there was another factor. That also had to come into play whether or not in spite of the aggravating factors. This case warranted the death penalty so I told him that in and took charge of the case. Yeah I feel really conflicted about the death penalty. Sometimes there's you know. I do think it is antiquated and I do feel like it is a form of cruel unusual punish men but as you mentioned Ted Bundy I think of him and I think of you know all the awful things that he did to women and you know killing them mutilating them kidnapping them torturing them even like broke out of prison and went on a rampage at it again and when I I know that he somebody who would have never stopped right but I think you're right marine since one of the problems with the death penalty as it evolved in New Jersey. Was that no one received a death penalty and the appeals dragged on and ultimately in two thousand and seven. The death penalty was abolished so currently in New Jersey. There is no death penalty. Maybe eighteen states have abolished penalty. But there's always calls when you have a certain case to re institute the death penalty whether or not that happens is up to the legislature. Yeah I'm certainly not you know batting my eyelashes that Ted Bundy was executed. That sucker can fry in hell for all I care right. So let's talk about the trial list. Trial I guess wasn't really a matter of who had done it like Joseph Taylor had done it. He turned himself in and confessed. So what were you trying to prove out the trial? Well even though he did confess and even though we did turn himself in the state is still still obligated to prove each and every element beyond a reasonable doubt so it was not a case of who done it Everybody knew who who did it and he admitted that he did it. So the case boil down to is essentially. What degree of homicide was this case? So what did you present at the trial? So I present Probably a dozen witnesses during the course of the trial the first Witnesses were witnesses. Who were involved in the crime scene investigation? I presented Sergeant Bobby Adams from Neptune. Who took a statement from Joseph Taylor seven page statement? Where Taylor had admitted that he did it but also introduce this defense by saying he couldn't recall shooting Tony Stewart. I also called two of his friends both two good friends police officer and a state trooper. Joseph Taylor as you know was a state trooper former state trouper so they testified as to the events surrounding that day because Jackie Allston had in fact cold one of them Officer calendar on to let him know that he had come over and threatened them. Jackie had called the cops that day earlier yes. She had called the police and let them know that he had threatened. Both her and Tony Stewart called around. Who is a friend of all three of them? Went and spoke to Joseph Taylor and Taylor told them that. They had not argue neat in threaten her and ironically called her own question him about his thirty eight caliber revolver and Taylor had told him that he had sold that the day before which was in my view his deception and trying to get out from under the murder charge for sure he lied about selling his gone showed up hours later the utilizing that gone to murder somebody. You have not only lied about the fact that he sold the gun but he lied about confronting her and threatening her and each one of those deceptions was what I attempted to use at trial to show that he knew exactly what he was doing. That there was no blood boiling rage or upset or emotional trauma that caused them to do the killing to Jackie testify trout. Yes we did. She testified so matter-of-fact shot also during the altercation with Joseph Taylor. He shot her first and then he he shocked. Tony Stewart and she had spent twenty two days in the hospital as a result of the gunshot wound and she had been rehabilitative treatment until almost the trial and I distinctly remember her walking to the witness stand with a with a limp. That was caused by this gunshot room and she testified and I thought she did a very great job in regards to the emotional trauma being shot sitting across face to face with the person who shot and killed her new boyfriend's also her ex boyfriend who she had a relationship with right. She had two children. Joseph Taylor had children so that relationship Meld at the families as well so there was a lot of emotional drama with her testimony but she clearly from my view stated a case for a deliberate act the fact that he had threatened them early in the morning he had come back later in the afternoon. Are you still hear what's going on? And then came back a third time and the door was locked and breaking in through that door and then blowing past her shooting her and going into the bathroom and shooting and killing. Tony Stewart in my view was a crime of murder. The defense on the other hand painted a completely different picture so the defense present at the trial so that events presented what was what is known as a passion provocation manslaughter that because of the break-up that they had because of their long standing relationship he couldn't get over the fact that she was breaking up with him. Sorry my eyes just got stuck from the move on get and you know He. He was a former state. Trouper knew how to use guns and I think he knew what was going to happen when he pointed the gun at somebody's hadn't shot two times. Well that's exactly what I argued to the jury ultimately but she testified and she did an amazing job and you know at the end. She was clear that he had threatened her and then he acted in a manner where he knew what he was doing. And the defense have him testify at the trial. Well the defense in the case in Mike PAPPA. Who was the defense attorney? Good friend of mine. I worked with them in the prosecutor's office. Still a great friend of mine today. A very good trial attorney So he laid out a case where I presented a couple of character. Witnesses saying that. You know Joseph Taylor was lean. How good guy never liked this etc character? Witnesses is obviously testify that somebody's a good person next. You don't bring you don't bring a character witness in if they're going to say that he's a Jackie Austin and talk about how good of a Guy Joseph Taylor is and so but then in this case Pappa knew quite well that in order to give some legitimacy to his defense and to have his defense succeed that he had to call Joseph Taylor to the stand that Taylor former state trouper trained in testimony trained in answering questions trained in asking questions came across as very calm and deliberate person Well dressed I know. He's a murderer. But I saw the news clippings and he had great suits on. Yes I'm so I like every suit. He tried on with still be invoked. The guy looked good he did. He looked very well very well. Dressed very well-spoken and again reiterated his view of events that he could not recall shooting. Tony Stewart. That everything's sort of went black. And he was in a state where he was acting outside of his body. I think he used the terms. You know my blood boiled and ultimately what he did is he spoke to the jury about but for this relationship but for Tony Stewart. But for the fact that he couldn't get over this relationship this would never have happened. I on the other hand in Cross examining and said well. You brought a gun. Why did you bring a gun? And he said he brought a gun because he wanted to deter fight. Well you don't bring a gun to a fight. The other person has no idea is about to happen. And I didn't Tony Stewart. DidN'T HAVE ANY IDEA. And so he get made a very good win on cross examination..

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

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"Scoring championships. You didn't get us down the Cup. But he played on the same team for a long time. And I think Conners happy and Edmonton. And that's the starting point. He's not happy with management in the players around him. You know, he'll Wanat you look John Taveras. How long was with the Ireland is, but you know, the islanders. I think were making the playoffs a lot more than Everton wasn't that timeframe? But he didn't want to stay there. You know, he he put in a lot of years with the islanders. He wants a Cup. So he went to Toronto where they have a good hockey team. And he can I think he's got thirty goals already. So there'd been come a time with Connor. He's he's never gonna ask for teen guarantee. But I think if eight years goes by his contract's up and the Orleans have struggled struggled struggled year after year. I think only at that point. Would you see Connor mcdavid say, you know, what to think of trade James, and I'm going to go to this power? Powerhouse came because they got a good chance of winning every player wants the win Stanley Cup. That's what you quite for. That's what you work for every day of practice. You pay that price to be winners. And I think with Connor he's you'll be patient. He'll keep were working he won't complain. But at the end of the day when his contract's up, then that will tell you how well they've done as a team and Connor wants that's down the Cup. No doubt about it. So at that point he might consider going somewhere else. But not not in the short term Fisher. Okay. We'll I guess we'll we'll see what happens with Conrad, David. So thanks for listening. Everyone again, send us your emails view from that penalty box Agean now that common who's do ever you for us. We really appreciate it. So next time. I am Chris. But I'm Cam, thank you..

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02:46 min | 3 years ago

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"They love them they love them. And so he's making the minimum right now. Which is about six fifty you could bet you'll get a big raise map to that. You look at Taylor hall. Why did he come begun MVP last season who New Jersey, but he didn't he didn't never you never saw the power. You saw from time to time. He he obviously was consistent with the New Jersey Devils he did it game in a game out which earned him that MVP by why didn't he do it inevitably? And the only thing I could think of and again, I'm sure every team works hard. And so it's not a conditioning thing. And the thing I can think of without really being there Zep. They just don't spend enough time together as a unit now if you're one of the Oilers, or you know, better you know, what I apologize from that. But from the outside looking in. That's the only thing I can think of and you got a good scoop. So yeah, not gonna you're not gonna say who I feel the scoop I got because I got somebody. That knows more be that said that was the reason. And if so I I agree, and if our management one of the things, okay, we're going on the road. Looker slaps. He takes these guys golfing in the middle of the season. He would encourage and he paid for. Let's we're going to do it as a unit guys got to know each other. And man tell you don't even know the difference. It makes when will you have a good time and you're working hard. And you got pressure's off yet you care about the person beside you, it just seems to flow a lot better. And let's hope it's that simple. And I guess this does tie into our last topic in our main topic is is Connor mcdavid talent wasted. You know, I saw an article in the paper though, there's a of that Dallas the question, right? If you're Connor mcdavid just like your Gretzky rate. What's your here? And you get to know your team Mesa's always to three guys at your close with. And it's always fun in address the new I don't think if you ask him, are you wasting your time here. I think he believes that this team is got some good core players. I don't think he believes he's wasting his time in neither. Neither do. I I think that this team has too many people that care, and they'll figure out exactly has to be pretty soon. What is the problem at Emerson? They've done everything for the team from new rink first class. I mean, everything so I don't think the comic David feels. He's wasted his time. Hear me you look at a guy way back in the daylight. Marcel Dionne how many years did he it put of the twenty. And he was phenomenal player always up there in..

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03:16 min | 3 years ago

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"Interesting that teams like Winnipeg and Calgary can successfully rebuild the Oilers can't even with a state of the art arena intriguing facility. Well, Chris I gotta tell you that is a hard hardcore to dancer, you know, the Oilers have not made the playoffs eleven of twelve years that you get all the reporters inevitable talent the management the fans what is wrong with the team. What is wrong with the team? And it's just somebody offered her two cents. I mean, they get paid to ask these questions. Come up with answers there. There is no easy answer. You know, I could say if I if I hung around with the with all the players, and you would win pigs environment Chowdhury's environment was like, but I could see this any of the teams that I play for that a bit good hockey team said then you make the playoffs every year we were tight individuals. If you go back to the orders of the eighties where they had unbelievable firepower those guys, and it was by Glenn say there, he urged the players to hang up together. So even after practice at Edmonton, I know some innocent I in some of the other guys we used to go out for steak sandwiches everyday. That's just what we did we hung together. An actual stories are ready in passed prop podcast abo- much, y'all every day. This is not exaggerate every day. We have minimum fifteen guys hanging together. Whether it was going to a restaurant or goal persevere. And even if you did drink, you gotta come along, and we bonded as we played his one with the Rangers are mentioned this before we had won the Cup at fifty five years at the time. And when we'd say, let's go and have a sandwich. You have a beer together. You make it three to four guys. And we played the same way, you know, when we got on the ice we played twenty individuals rather than as a team, and so I've been told, but I don't know how true it is. I really don't that the owners they don't really hang together. It's more of a business now, and they do their thing at the rink and their buddy buddies. But I truly truly believe that if the guys just go their separate ways after practices. It's really hard to gel as a unit on ice said I saw those examples who the Rangers that through the Montreal Canadian. So I. When you put your talent on paper, they're strong as a lot of teams. Maybe there one or two pieces of the puzzle away from being top three team. But there's no reason that he shouldn't be an you know, they showed the other day. I think they've had eight coaches in the last twelve or thirteen years if at five GM's, and in how many goalies so Duke Nick was here. Right. Could make the team he struggled. But yet he will playing in the all star game us with another team. And then you you look at the Winnipeg's backup goalie nothing is name is Bush sired. He couldn't make it here at all. Either goes to Winnipeg..

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

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"Mark just rain in front of camps house and rather than knock on the door this time of night or ring a bell will just go to sleep him get up in the morning, and then you knock. So they were you know, in their van and they were in the cart season, they pushed the chair backer, though, we're trying to sleep one of the neighbors happened to notice that there was strange vehicle for miles. And he knew that I was on the road. So he said at sixteen year old boy out on a skateboard to go by have a Pekinese see what was going on. So he went need looking come back posed at is too. Nice lane sit in front seat, sleep it. And then. And then they looked at the license plate. And so they will related the story to what the and and so so he said, yeah, we looked at the plate and and in the plane is from Manitoba but being from Houston. I don't even think he knew were Manitoba even knew that aim. And he said, yeah that was so cleats in front of your house from minute tuba. Why started laughing at that? That was pretty fun. So I stayed. So what you do. He said, well, I sat my son back out there on his skateboard, and I stood in my front door. And I had a thirty ought six with the scope trained on these guys. And so my son he banged on the window. And if there was any problems, he says shoot ready to it. And so so the kids explain you in the vehicle who they were why they're out there. So the passed the test, but the don't mess with the wrong people in Texas people that's only going to say, so I do. My wife was protected when I when I was on the road. So that that's that was kinda funny to be. So the last question we have is the second one from Joycean she wrote, and we save our I save this for last because a kind of connects Connor mcdavid. And she asks what is the recipe for success for team culture from a management aspect? I find it.

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03:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Finland. He's a good goal e e covers a lot of the net. But when I see him when shooter coming in initiatives it every time, but I've seen some guys in the slot. And he's got his butt in than yachties back a little too far, which means you're some openings when you're when you cook that angle off it makes it a little easier to score. And so when I look at the other end if Detroit's goalie the other night, he was at the top of a circle somebody on the orders Zinder slot coming through a shot in stay in the net. He chows Ye when rain out of challenged him. So one of the observations just that, you know, the top goalies, especially like even look at flurry for Vegas snobby Goldie, by today's standards. But he's out challenging you say, you gotta beat me with a good shot and his quick enough that if he comes to challenge you in you have the room to maybe geek, he. He's quick enough to move with you. And so that was just one thing. I was telling my son, Chris is that I it was my observation that I thought that the goal you should be little higher up in his crease. Because you know, he he's a big goalie. It's give me like shoot Neta piece apply with it's just not much to to see out there. So, but the other thing really what I want to talk about is. I don't understand this today that the goalies and aren't they you get anywhere near the goal. You wanna put a move you a little too close poke check can't tell you. How many times you get too close poke check? And those goals were good at shoot Ness dick out of nowhere knocking Huck off you stick or trip in year nothing else. And so when I look today, and I see these guys skeet rate across the goal in the goalie keeps your stick on the ice and just kinda falls them. And I don't understand why the goalies don't. Do more poke check in today. And if you're going out there, and you've got a an explanation. I'd love to hear. I mean, I'd like to learn some. But it just don't understand with you your two feet from their goal bang. You push that stick? Oh, there goes the puck, and that's the end of the threat. So that was really what I want to talk about was why don't goalies coke check anymore. I just it's rare that I see somebody poke check. And when you have it's been affective. So that that was always I wanted to save them goal. Teddy hours changes mostly both to poke check the so we have one question left. But I know before we hit that question. I think you had a funny story about mom in Houston wants buzzer. Well, that is it was kind of funny. So I was single my first three years a plan pro in the fourth year when I was in Houston, my neighbors. I bought a house of my neighbors were, you know, just awesome. People in you knew that I was getting married. My second year heard. So I came back and start the season with with my wife sherline, and we go on the road in the world hockey for honest to God to three weeks at a time. So we're gone for quite a bit. And so here, she is we grew up in Winnipeg Manitoba, she's by herself, she really hasn't had chance to meet, the other wives. And so we had some kids to the buddies that I went to high school with who did asked me if they could come down from one obey. And they were they were going to, you know, be in the area. Could they stay at my house for a while? And I said you can stay a little while as it worked out they stayed for. I think three months this floaters to and I don't even you know, I've never heard from again, but said still so when they I was on the road tonight that they arrived near arrived at two three in the morning and the ad this bath old van and they said, well, we must have..

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04:35 min | 3 years ago

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"And the both live in the same house. We grew up in you know, my dad is a talkative guy. He didn't tell me a heck of a lot growing up about himself for I remember asking what do you do for living in my dad would say, what do you care? You would never tell man is pretty crazy. But that's my daddy never said to too much. But as he's gotten older, I've I've I've discussed with him his longevity. And I've observed in simplistic terms, like my devotee tartan fifty eight years old and he swam for twenty years every second day, faithfully religiously going swim. So, you know, when he first started off, he would you, you know, two three lengths, and he was up to doing thirty six legs in the pool. And so the secret from my father was moving 'cause I know gentlemen, that have died Chevy's they've retired and they've got very minimal activity going on their life. When they go golfing. It take a cart. They didn't do any chores around the house, my father, he so when he stopped swimming. He got into a walking. You go for walks probably every day. And I know I'd come visit them at when pig and look forward to maybe in the winter gold for Walker. My father is it's icy and slippery. And I disliked the be there to make sure he didn't fall. But he just Gordon his own. It'd be the coldest nee and I'd see him coming in the back doors. Those is running he Scott frost on his eyelids. That didn't deter me go out even on the coldness days because he just knows my dad wants to live. I know he does. And he does what he has to do to live. And so he moves moves. He's side raking. He's got a garden that he can seize you. He works on the puts up Christmas lights. He moves any a dozen sit still, and what's interesting about him that you haven't mentioned that he does all this still with no help. There's no nurse. That comes in there completely independent. I think that pay for people to shovel their driveway. But everything else wasn't he on the roof lake recently. Yeah. You'd be right up to doing. You know on the ladder dune sought men each trough. You didn't actually get up onto the roof because. That'd be goofy. But I gotta take my hat off to eat very independent. He's up and down those stairs every day get stuff from the basement and bring it up that that if there's a secret, and I don't really think it's a secret. It's just something you gotta do you kept talking about her. So he goes out and e walks and now he fell a couple years three four years ago. Roka's hip, and usually thus the beginning of the end, so he could not handle being in hospital. He was like a lion be caged. And he said where do I get outta here? These when you can go up and down these steps, then you can go he worked every day every day to be able to go up and down. Finally, he was able to do it. So they sent him all he said do these exercises. He went home, and he did those exercises and more and even today at his age. I asked him. Last time. I was Olympic that. Can you feel that hippie goes, Nah, I don't even know I had the hip replacement. He said because he does what he has to do and he doesn't cut corners. And you know, he's a real inspiration for me when I don't feel like doing something. I get up when I do it. And I move just because I know that's the right thing to do. So thank you very much for asking a boat. My dad, God bless him. He's doing very well. Right now, I feel confident that should be able to get the ninety nine. So I know on Twitter a couple of days ago, you had mentioned that you were at an oil or game. And you took note of how inky wrote the goalie didn't leave the crease Lichtman challenge the player. So do you wanna talk a little bit about how goalie styles have changed over the years? I'm not saying, I know everything about being a golden. They're not saying, I watch as many games, as you know, somebody who's with the team themselves, but there's a few things. That I've noticed. So I know that your those goalies you six foot eight. The..

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04:01 min | 3 years ago

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"I had a coach that he thought he knew how to coach me any, you know, it wasn't even he was positive with all the players, and nobody took advantage of the ni he always patted me on the back and. Always made me feel like I was somebody portent on that hot ET when I played my first game. It was just like me back a junior. I didn't think about just like sandy hook oldest just go up and down your wing. And unless you got a ninety percent chance of getting that park. Stay on the boards of pick up your man like that is such a uncreative way to play hockey. So when I got to Houston, he said, well, just do what you gotta do there. So I was playing from the heart. And I didn't think about how to play the game. Art you play. It the way you play it the way that you think it should be played. And he left me alone. And that year I went from legacy nine goals. Eighteen goals to thirty five goals. And I knew I was having a good season. I was being put on the power play a little bit of penalty killing Maragos shift. He gave me responsibility and for myself that is how I get motivated. As when I can see somebody really trust me. And these let me out there in the last minute or to the game or far play. That's according I just grow on that. I don't want to let anybody down. So I try even harder. And so that year I was having a good year. But I never even thought about the all star game in noble sudden, I got notice that I've been selected to join the author game, and what an honor that is because you never know what the future holds. I hope that. I would just continue get better better every year, and maybe make another author team as a worked out, you know, that was only also team made was really good for me to travel was at Hartford that you're the all star game. And you know, you got to meet some guys that you're playing with that you played against. But now you at these got to shake their hand few of those guys. I remember I got their autograph. I was so happy that I got to meet him a member going out and. And playing and I told myself, okay. I'm going to be this game. I'm going to do. But there's so many there's like four or five lines as so you don't get much ice time at all. And so is a work though. I think I played pretty good game. I I don't think got any goals. But you know, I I know that the u I was out there. So it was an honor to play in the world hockey would have been wonderful had I ever had the chance to the ability to get it in any Joe all star game. But it was and so my second question is kind of off topic, but it has to do a little bit with the stories of the mob and mafia that you've talked about, but I've started watching a lot of people having documentary on Ted Bundy, and he hit his reign of terror was were who are me. So I don't know anything about him. Do you have any interesting stories or have you read anything of your smirking? So yes, talk about Ted Bundy, I don't know if there's nothing to say there's nothing, but I don't think kid was very good hockey player. But you know, I mean I actually saw the documentary it's on TV right now. So I mean, I. A bread about ten but Ted Bundy. And you can't judge a book by its cover. He is very articulate. He smiles he he said he would have made a great lawyer. But you just some of those quiet guys, you don't know what's going on by seeing. And so the only thing I can say about Ted bundy's that God, I never run into anybody like Ted Bundy, none of my buddies relented Bundy, and he was executed and Egypt..

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04:32 min | 3 years ago

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"But we just what, hey, what are you doing just tried to scare the gut while he scared you run on the corner, but he came back with like six or seven guys, I we suddenly walked up to us and the Connor gotta surrounded in the parking lot. And they were cut a chirpiness, and I can fight and down. The guy's name was John Shalah. He knew how to fight and there was one other Fowler whose name won't mention you did not not quite in these formed a circle around us. So Larry nag got back to back vigor. We're going to have to fight her way out of this thing and aimed the cap pulled up and the other fellow. He was so frayed he grow through those guys jumped into cabin locked doors. And so there's just Larry, and I excuse me, John, and I left to fight these, you know, five six guys would ever and as a work out these guys. Just tripped us in the allowed us to get into the Kappa. I always remember that with Indianapolis do. But overall again, it was a I like the city 'cause I met some really nice people there, and I've never been back. But I would sure love to go back on. So we have a question from Steven. And he writes, I would like to know your opinion on the hurricanes celebration after home victory as a hurricane spam? I third thoroughly enjoy seeing the player celebrate with the fans I see them less as millionaires that don't care whether they win or lose in more as a team that is working hard to succeed in our having fun. Thank you. He s your honesty is very rushing speak. Good honesty. I gotta say when you move in Canada does matter that you're Tronto or Calgary Abbott avec Hoover. You'll get to see whatever games are shown on TV all the two games, whoever they play on the road that's show. And so I haven't seen the hurricanes at all are minimal this year. And to talk about how they celebrate. I can only imagine what to do. But I mean, if if you're saying positive things about it about the way, the celebrate I can honestly say players, they loved their fancy appreciated, even if your trip in and you're upset Adam cause losing, you know, you pay your money, they know that and and it comes with the territory, but if these players are interacting in a positive way with the fans with the young children there, that's the most important thing. Then they're representing the game off you very well. And my hat's off to the hurricanes players, and I'm sure the management encourages it. So keeping up guys you represent. Us in the game occupancy. Well. And I'm going to interject ask apple my own question. So I know today you have you found a letter from thank shin seventy six or nineteen seventy seven where you were told that you would be joining the W H A all-star teams posted that Twitter. So if anyone wants to see that take a look, but I wanted to ask you since I it's the all star weekend what it felt like to join or to play in the all-star game. And did you expect it and how did it turn out? I think you've you are somebody with a lot more ability than I had you might expect to be on your Surtees every year for myself. I was never even in junior for me. I never worried if there was scouts at the game. I just tried to do my best every single game. I did need truly not very often about even get drafted. I wanted to do the best they can and so made Yasser team might third year in the world. So the first year and the second year I played for guiding sandy Hawkal I've mentioned before he was a one of my fans said he told me before the season even started even at training camp. The first year that he's been a try to send me down. I don't really know what I did get him to feel that way about me. So the first year playing minimal I've got nine goals and eighteen assists. The next year plan minimal. I got eighteen goals. And I don't remember how many assists the next year. I with the to Houston arrows, that's when I played with Gordie Howe and Martin Marty and some of the other great occupiers, and.

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03:14 min | 3 years ago

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"You don't sleep after you play a game, you go over the game in your own mind. Would you lay the bit? He's wetted I shoot and said a pass away. Didn't I pass or why didn't I fight that guy or why did not quite that guy? You know? And you just can't sleep you replay that game over and over. So it's a long day when you just nothing, but airports the non airplane so walk in there and the game was cancelled. It's just amazing. How you kinda find note some of that is mental because as soon as you said, we're not playing you're kidding me. Let's go to the bar and all energy Kim. Doc, Jonah say why Wisconsin? Well, again, I said that the left the gear on the tarmac in Phoenix. So when we got there we had no equipment to put on. And I always I can say is that airlines of sure they got sued for a lot of money everything from, you know, the premium that we get to the flights of the tickets still tell rooms to have to pay for the Rena the tickets like you could go on and on Ed costs somebody a lot of money to cancel that game, and it to revoke it again, do so that's one the other one I've mentioned before oh sitting downtown the morning of the game where got in early and I was having breakfast by myself and the guy next door was robbing a Bank in the cops Khanna got wind of it in the courses guy out of the Bank, and he took the Bank manager ostrich, and he had a shotgun to this guy's head. And as I remember it appeared to me because he walked if the window that. I was sitting out if it was open. I could've tapped the guy that's shoulder. I mean, that's close. He was he had it appeared to me is I if I remember correctly yet, this could hang around the guy's neck, which was HANA wrapped around the trigger. Nothing trigger maybe his trigger finger, and this guy was walking very slowly passed in the he was holding this. I think he was the Bank manager Austin. So I saw that on news at night. So that's up ever forget the other thing is I remember when we were in Indianapolis we had a game and after the game because we have a need since twelve twelve thirty were hungry so three or four months one two three of us decided to go. We asked the cabbie. It was a good spot. The he told us ensure up, you know, it's like thirty bucks the cab get there, we go inside, wouldn't you know, the other team is sitting in their back in my day. It's an I really believe even if you know. Someone on the other team especially during the game. You shouldn't be talking to the opposition at all. And so I come from the Gordie Howe era back with their the other team and they're not on your team. And they're the enemy, and that's maybe not do. I would think about it. But I was in line with Gordian at thinking so menia the two guys we walked into the bar. We saw them there. You said we're not staying here. We went back outside in the rain to wait for a cab to come again. And we saw this guy breaking into a pickup chuckers we were waiting, and so we were going to do too much..

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04:23 min | 3 years ago

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"Cast number twenty nine I'm Cam, Connor along with my son. Chris welcome back everyone. So we had kind of an extended break, we got sick that you were traveling lots but Spie now have found time to record another episode. First of all we want to. Thank you, everyone over the last couple of months who have sent reviews in especially to I tunes we read them. I know you post them dad, and the really nice, hopefully, they're honest. We appreciate all the compliments. Right. That. No. I think that's that keeps me going when I see supposedly news like that. And you know, by got people say, I hate this in this much point of keeping up with this the spark jazz. But again when you see that people are listening and some people enjoy what I have to say in our thoughts that's very positive for us. Thank you for that. So before we get into. Today's topic. Which is a really interesting. Why basically it's do you think that the Amazon Oilers are wasting Connor MaGee? It's talents or flip. That is are they hurting his career by him sting playing on a team? That's not making the playoffs, and they recently fired their GM and previously their coach. So that will be near the end of the episode. We have a bunch of questions over the past couple of months that we're gonna do some house housekeeping. We're going to answer those questions before we do. We just wanted to say you can always contact dad on Twitter at Cam Connor NHL, send us an Email at view from the penalty box at g mail dot com. Were also on Facebook. And you just the Instagram's find a whole bunch of places we want to hear from you. So I guess we'll go into some questions. So the first one is from high oil. And he said I ever recently started listening to your podcasts, which is great. It's good to hear that people are finding us somehow. And I love hearing the awesome stories you have shared. I'm from Indianapolis and have been hockey fan, all my life. I played for a number of years in have been to countless games the too young to have seen W H game. When the racers were in town. My question for you is did you ever play in Indianapolis against the racers in your? So what were some memories you have a pioneer? Thanks so much for sharing your hockey journey with everyone. Well, I did play against the racers in the W H J going Indianapolis. You know, reminds me a lot of word grow up would have picked, you know, there's an older city when you stay rate downtown near the market square Rina. It's pretty quiet down there. So I you times I went in there. I really didn't know what think you Indianapolis. But I gotta. Say in all honesty, when people ask me, what do you think of this city? What do you think of that city? I really believe, you know, it's the people that you meet in the various cities will determine at least for me what I think of that city. So what I think Indianapolis, I have met some really wonderful people out of Indianapolis. And when I think of the city, I think nothing but positive, and you know, DASS you question, you know, I really like Indianapolis. I can honestly say that. And when I think of that city, there's probably three or four things that pop in my head. I've talked about two of them in the past one this when I played with Phoenix Roadrunners, and we traveled all day long. There's no straight ADP of Phoenix, Indianapolis, we had to hit probably another two different airports. And my time we got in we left early in the morning. We got in like, Dr old talent five, and we have to leave and. Five fifteen to go to market square Rena. And as we are on the way to the Reno saw guys the team come back and the bottom line is is whatever airlines we flew. They forgot our equipment on the tarmac. If you could believe that we're a dragon our butts walk into their wrinkles. So we're we're gonna find the energy after hanging Ron airports all day long and clean the night before.

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03:38 min | 3 years ago

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"You remember me and one of the boys that coached, you will Jabbar, and my wife was in in a bar restaurant up to end so e came over to the table, and he said, MRs Connor, you know, your husband coached me. Iki me the best whatever toll fee and a sitting on my bar right now, it's still up there. So you know, you make these kids feel good and make them feel like he did something and it was noticed out there in a positive note. And it just goes a long long way. So you know, that's my thoughts on coaching. It's just some of the basics. But if you've got any questions, you know, please write in and will answer them. And then not the last quick thing that I I know is important is how you would would for the people that didn't have or backward. Well, there's kids on our team, especially in your pretty young the used to bother me that Cal Cal. I like the idea that the kids playing parents put the money up, whatever sport. But in hockey, they would drive to the Rena whether it's an early morning practice, whatever time, and they would just still davita medical drop them off come back in an hour and a half for the kids. So then go in there. It didn't tie the skeets up. They didn't stand in Washington. You know, the child, you know, practice hard and give them a Pat on the back. They would just pay chauffeur. And so when the kids came in I would tell you in a few seasons in a row, I was doing up eleven as the skates because the parents thought oh, somebody else would do it. Somebody else would you? And I don't think that. That's right. I think you gotta be involved my dad, he would always would as a young age. Take me to the ring. He didn't just drop me off. He go and put his skates on and we go out together. And they're, you know, by doing this you come to a time when I do I really like skiing, I like hockey, and I'd go public skating, I can do things on my own. But at the young age, I think is very important that you show up and you make him feel good. And when you notice the effort out there or if they'd done something good, you give them that Pat on the back of. So you gotta give those kids support don't just drop off in disappeared. Stay in the parking lot until the kids come back on get involved. Will that was brought me back to my hockey playing with the drop you off the award. You gave me. But I I remember what you dating most improved in. Remember, I was upset with them. While let me say this. I I know why you'd be most what would be upset with that. 'cause growing up I would say without exaggerating. If. Keep my played for the parents would put it in for some trophies in five years in a row. I got the most improved player. I used to say I was real shitty. When the season started is that what that means. I was good and a gun even better. So maybe that's what you think in Chris. Yeah. I think that's why a suffering. So no, I think he you were good at you got better. The now, I know the strategy behind the trip. But that's the thanks everyone for listening. We want to ask if you can send a review on we really appreciate it sending your questions and telephone it's hockey season. We need your help to share the podcast. So I'm Chris numb Cam. Thank you..

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04:10 min | 3 years ago

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"They were not at our level. They had their jerseys were too big form. They weren't very big they're skinny and in before the game are geyser say, oh, we're going to kill those guys. Boy, I'm going to run them. And I've bothered me a lot. I told my guys I said, listen, these kids are just like you. They love the game a hockey. And that's why playing the game. They love the game a hockey and don't take that away from him by going out there and playing a tough guy role running trying to earn a that's not what I wanna -ccomplish your. We're going to beat him. And I said even if somebody in their team takes run, it you please make me proud and just turn the other cheek just no matter what just don't go after these guys. And sure enough is a game went along. I had a couple of the team members on the other side took runs at my tough, boys. They looked at me. And I just shook my head I'll do anything. And so you know, when the game was over review them, and he shook hands, and I remember I was proud of them. I think them, and I said you guys did the right thing, but not trying to hurt these guys. And when I walked out was a group of seven paraphernalia the team in they asked your the coaches. Yeah. And they just say we wanna thank you for control on your desire guys. They could have got hurt by your God said we saw that they add control and weary in the wrongs the put us in the wrong division. But and they just thanked me. So anyways. So I knew it did the right thing. Many usually or one of the guys on my team, you know, he's not playing hockey anymore. He's playing recreational Ocoee and Eva sid Mr. Connor. You taught me a lot about life. And especially when you, you know, talked about not hurting those guys of ages loved the game the way you do. And it was he gave me some pats on the back. And you know, I didn't really know that some of these things that I would tell them that they just filing. And and and it may be Texan the way the plague from now on but tried to be a positive role model, and you have to always Pat these kids on the back. He can't yell at them in front of, you know, you know, the the other players and behalf so. Up to say, I have one guy that square me just took him in the hallway tonight, just pull them. Listen. I don't talk to you that way. You don't talk to me. So that was the last time they ever swore. But never barest these guys. So I just think has as coach going into season. You know, you just gotta be so positive with these kids and make them feel good about himself when the do something good on the ice. Just Pat him and be sincere. And when the season is over here sop, my Katembo, you know, doesn't matter if you're, you know, like eight years old ERM my seventeen year olds when the year was over. I never asked parents for any money. I will go out and I would buy each kid trophy cheap trophies out that little plastic things. I would never just give one of those side paints. Good money Brett nice trophy and everybody on the team. If there's fifteen kids on the team. I would put down. She the best face off to the fastest skater hardest worker best defensive in the mean, you gotta give somebody. A label that they're the best that and so when the season was over we had a little get together. And I would call each child up by their name and kind of put mom around the perception in I talk about sewn so and you know, what you coach's kid for a whole season. You kind of know whether each kids all about, and you don't have to write anything down and just comes from the heart. It was a few kids you have to really reach down to figure what you could say their best that without looking through phone. But you know, I did that every year. And I I know that allow the kids that I bump into you. Now, he no they say, Mr. Connor remember me, you gave me the best defensive control food..

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04:06 min | 3 years ago

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"But, you know, gave me the work ethic that you know, if you if if you wanna get better as you you play the same way you practice. So if you go practice in you wanna fool around, and you don't work art. But when a game comes in you see nam gonna try doesn't work that way. So so coaches as as the young kids, it's got to be fun. And you know, you can make skate to give him time to rest. But you know, there's some coaches that the I hear them say all my guys didn't play while last night. I'm going ski them. So our tomorrow, they're going to have puke practices that just makes me sick. When they start talking like that, you know, there's no such should never have puke practice because I believe the kids are trying out there. And whatever sport. But I would tell my kids as again didn't work the young ones this hard. But as the gutter older, I would say to them there's no team that is going to work harder than you guys in our first half of the season. You're going to see the teams that we play. And if we get beat you watch what we'd do to the second half of the season and every single year talkable gratifications, I would give I told him. I've never give you puked practices. If you if you didn't play well, but you're going to work hard because that's just what we gotta do when you play sports if you wanna get better. And I'd always give time to get through breath back in another thing is when I make them you laps like when I put for Scotty Bowman in Montreal. He was he had his do if you've ever skated laps. You can't even do foodie. Eight laps each way at top speed. So we didn't even get through thirty eight going one way. And he just realized that. Okay. He he call the practice. The mean that that that was just a little bit goofy. And so with my kids I'd say to them. Okay. I need Ginny. Do four laps in one direction and give me your hardest. Then you know, they do for an end to give him the breath not other direction do three, and then let them get their breath, and in due to the other and so on and this is always started off and one of the things just kids that are real good skaters. But this kids at always would come in last, and some coaches will say if you are the last two or three you're going to give sir laps while. I would tell my kids. You know, what I don't care if you come in last if you're giving me the best of the you got and you're trying you're very hardest. You'll never see me ever give you extra laps. And so even the guys at weren't as good day were just trying their best and they still came in last, but the did their best how? Did you ask for any more than that? So you know, I didn't make any of these guys that were last feel bad in and give them extra work 'cause they were. I mean, there's always going to be guys last bizzare just not as good or maybe the little overweight, there, whatever the reason is but kids ate a plane, you know, as a coach, you don't realize it. But whether you want to roll at not a little bit of raw and one of the things that kind of put it in perspective to me when I was coaching Inca was like a midget major team. And I believe these were like seven six sixteen year olds. But. They were big. People thought we're to leagues Hugh divisions higher because our boys were big they were Meena what a mean team. I had like they were tough boys. And so we played teams are guys wanted that rough everybody up who's hard controlling these days. But I did I as a coach you can control what they do on years. So we went into a tournament one time in a first team. We're taking on you could just see that team in the warm up that were taken on was in the wrong category. Like the put him in the wrong division..

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03:39 min | 3 years ago

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"So this was a tall boy until he was on coordinated. And you know, if you're not quite as tall, you're a lot more coordinated at a young age. So it happened to be my wife's friend or hers. Husband was coach. And if new was ten games that season Chris just sat on the bench the hall tied at he really got on the field. And when you're six years old your goal is to not we're going to win every game. Gotta win every game. That's not the goal. You goal is a coach. Now, remember these kids paid aplly his kid never come off the field. You know, he wanted to win at all costs. You got to what your job as coaches to make sure that wind season is over that these kids have fun and the barometer. Whether you know these are six year olds or seventeen year olds the barometer. Whether you did a good job coacher ner, not was how many of those kids are gonna play that sport next year. So if you did a good job they can't wait to sign up for the next season. And that was if the all wanted to. Join the next year. Then I know I did a Ruge job coachee. And that was my goal was to make sure they all wanted to come back. And when this guy was just sitting my boy on the on the on the bench. So he lose interest in he'd be walking up and down picking dandelions, and the coaches that get over here. You might go on. Oh, tell you my eyes were just been an I I was going to go over. And you know, I'm not going to physically do it. What I was gonna just tear strip off this guy been at sports mall life, and that's not how you coach kids. But my wife said, you know, a friend of the coaches, y and you can't be talking like that. Oh, I honestly I'm getting mad just thinking about how. Rule that was so if you're listening out there don't be like that guy, you let the kids play and have fun and women is a bonus at daddy's did just turn them into soccer fans or basketball fans, or whenever the sport is. That's the ideas, they just have some fun and they wanna play next year. So just remember that kids paint a play at Letterman, joy it. And if they wanna they wanna pick dandelions. Let them. Well. No. I don't remember. Yeah. The kids play. And it was you're getting me gone. So the other thing is I've learned when I see not so much when the young kids. Okay. But as you get older, you're not doing the kids in favor by his if he asked the kids have a heart practice, they're never gonna see us. But if you want the kids to improve again, this not just hockey, it's any sport more particular to as the kids are getting older, you work harder. So what I've learned in pro sports. And I've learned when I was younger I was like fifty plane football contact football. And some of my coaches were ex- Winnipeg blue bombers, which she if you're listening from the states is in the Canadian football. So these guys know what you do. And I was so fortunate. I always had good coaches that always did. But never. Never played a level where they worked. I never ran up and down a football field so much in my life. And did so many wins sprints men was hard..

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03:44 min | 3 years ago

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"I shook his hand. And that meant a lot DRA me to see that these kind of people are still out there. There's so many people that do things for themselves or the do something because it cameras are on them. And that's the reasoning do at Paul Coffey did this from his heart. And he told me said, you know, I was kinda sleep. And meaning he wasn't wasn't tuned into bidding on that. First one. Friskin tar with the pitches because he said, I probably would have gone after that form. But you know, when I thought about it later, I'm glad Paul didn't get involved in that Qatar because you know, it's the two families. It was down to that wanted it in a wouldn't be right for Paul just to go bid the one family. They give it to the Joseph's. I just think it was up to those two to work it out. But but by Paul stepping up and just doing little some through the Josephson. It was that kind gesture where you got nothing in return. And I don't even know if it was mentioned in the paper. But when I see people that do some like that in always stays with me. And I wish that I had more funds available that I could go around and help people that really needed to or you some good. And when I saw Paul it. You know, I've always believed if you see something good. Here's something good set about somebody doesn't do any. Good just to keep it to yourself. So when I who still capable what Paul did I have to go over to shake his hand. And really is tell them, you know, you just moved up book cites or that that that's gonna make his day. But I told him that the and again, a did Mahar a lot of good to see somebody for no motive other than to maybe make the Joseph feel a little bit better. Call today for all right? So Paul coughing, Hugh, orde only a good hockey player. You're good human beings. So thanks. Just because it's hockey season. We I think you probably coached including me kids hockey for twenty years difference. It maybe fifteen and you know, I coach my daughter Jessica in you know, this sports than I played when I coached and pushes right? We put him into sports. I wouldn't take while. I don't like that sport. I would say you got to try it. And then if you didn't like it, you don't have to play against so wasn't good enough to say, I I don't wanna do. I made. So I mean, they play baseball. They played soccer hockey, they didn't like football, and I didn't want to coach football sided get wall. But so you know, what I talk about coaching and we're referring to hockey specifically. But it is not. Things that I've learned about cultured kids, and I don't even know if I've learned is just something that to me. It's common sense. You could apply this as a coach at any sport. Like any sports were, you know, kids are paying what thing when you coach whatever sports and for me, I'll just use hockey you have to remember as coach kids a play, very they paid play one of my first lessons that Aw, gotta tell you. When I we live in rye, New York, and I was just finished my career with the Rangers and got into computer consultant, my son, I'm going to say was about six years old and we've got him into soccer. And we're telling them, you know, what you're going to have so much fun..

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