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"pirker" Discussed on We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN
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"pirker" Discussed on Hurdle
"I walked in. And all las air jessica parker. I think i've said this on the show before. But i was like this is real estate. Heaven granted sir jessica pirker's real estate heaven in the sex and the city movie was like a four bedroom penthouse with a courtyard. Somehow on the top of it but my flex too bad was great. That's hips for new new yorkers. First of all like you didn't move to new york to stay in your home so when you get here make plans in whatever capacity you feel comfortable of course at this point making plans but get out and you can make plans with just yourself. Of course you can make plans. If you happen to know people that may be living here and you can also make plans that. Help introduce you. To other new yorkers. There are so many different avenues to meet new people in the city. Whether it is going out for a walk. I mean i live not far from fort greene park in brooklyn. There are off leash hours until nine am. Sometimes i feel kind of creepy. Because i'm walking around the park without a dog and her so many dog owners there. But that's like a great opportunity in time of day from you to like friendly. Say hello meet people in my neighborhood. Great opportunity of course. It's inevitable that. I tell you there are tons of running clubs out here in new york if you are an avid runner and you want to do that but also just so many different opportunities to find community outside of that. I know you're probably gonna wanna do a lot of the touristy stuff in. I don't blame you so check that stuff off your list but then make a list and i did this when i moved here of fifty. Different things that you want to do. Whether that's try out different restaurants go to different. Cafes go to different distilleries and breweries and parks and all the things make this list so that when the weekend comes around and you're not exactly sure what you wanna do. You can look at this list just like your happiness list and pick something that excites you that you can check off and keep going and keep exploring. yeah I'm going to give a top level highlights of suggestions for your first few months in the city. You know i'm gonna lean into bar preemies. Vix is another one of my favorite restaurants. If you're new to new york and you need to do like the stereotypical. New york hype. Things like go to catch or beauty and essex of course wrong outer loop of central park or go walk around the reservoir at ninetieth street. Make sure that you go to the museums. Like the matt and the museum of the city of new york which i still need to get to don't sleep on going to the top of the edge or the top of the rock or the empire state building. One of my favorite things. I've ever done in..
"pirker" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Due to having ten plus years of experience so my expectation would be that some extensions are going to get done. I mean if you're the nets maybe you might be like carry a baby. Let's gonna see. I look this year and but More likely than not all through these guys are just going to be together going forward and that's just going to preserve this insane luxury tax bill. It's only gonna get bigger for the nets in theory here but Huge news there and then nets also signed de'andre bambi. No word on any kind of guarantees. They're kind of feels like it might even make good non guarantee type deal so we'll wait to throw that into the sheet until we hear a little bit more on that a world wanna go from there. It's probably not a lot of people would think but to deandra benbridge former team the toronto raptors. And the reason. Why is because the kyle. Lowry trait has been consummated. Due now official in garage is staying with the raptors there have been rumors and murmurs. That drag was going to end up on a third team. Potentially the dallas mavericks were could play with fellow slovenian luca danni that is not happening. Bobbi webster at the press conference with everything webster said we entertained it and we were front with goran but they liked him from the start and they want him here and they think he's happy to be there and so that changes things for the wraps like they're functioning isn't over the gap team. They're going to keep a chiu which we expected and dry catch and don't know exactly what the rotation is going to look like the with wondered. If maybe that that kind of a drag it's move could could bring back centre or do something else. And instead they're going to keep him around and they've added to the position with canadian They had on the biot- market three years. Eighteen million using up most of the raptors middle exception the only had non bird rights on him at the minimum. And this one feels like it might have a non-guaranteed year team option on the end of it. We'll see what the reporting it comes out there. But this is the birch as never really gotten paid like this in us getting three million a year on his last contract from the magic before he got bought out but he played well in toronto and certainly as a rotation level of center. Just the raptors. Don't have a ton a beef at the center position right now And actually former raptor aaron baynes. And this one. I mean this is really too bad. Because and the risks that he takes for playing for his country. Australia did get the bronze and baynes. Apparently watch that from a tokyo hospital bed suffering a severe neck injury that could lead to missing the entire next season. So that's Baines is always at a rough and tumble style. I didn't see exactly what happened to him. The undis- injury but that's a sobering news and also just the understanding of the not. That baines can have a huge market. But still obviously paul george with someone that this is the case for to he added guaranteed contracts. At the time of baines is a free agent nick tomb. 'em nil akina. Patty mills like all. These guys were region. They play in the olympics anyway. Which is pretty impressive. the level of dedication that they have some of that they really don't make a ton of money off of frankly absolutely and just one more quick thing on the raptors them clearly now functioning isn't over the cap team with the lowery signing tried to bring backdrop That i would say that's good news for the not yet waved raptors meaning chris boucher utilizing ave and freddie gillespie because now there was never in danger. Yeah i i don't think so either. Maybe if they had had some something really ambitious kawai letter wanted to come just traded him in that case. Yeah probably at a market at seven million. So we'll see how how all that works out. I mean i think boucher in watanabe at the minimum are going to be there. Glaspie's guarantee is a little bit later on his partial. I believe then so. We'll keep an eye on that but we can go to will run. Weathering on the rocks to now that they're functioning isn't over the cap team throw in gary trent juniors extension and they're pretty much right at the tax With with fourteen guys at this point in time. So that's another reason why we're not gonna see a ton from them. I don't think yes. I think that's a very good point. L. let's go to former teammate. And current clipper and looking to be. Returning clipper quiet. Leonard pirker seines. He is resigning with the clippers. But we still do not know the terms. There is the additional complication. That leonard is recovering from partially torn seattle and Can i give you a a out of a conspiracy theory on this but we talked about like what a ball or move it is to ask for a one plus one when to just basically get paid thirty nine million dollars to rehab with no commitment that you're going to stay beyond that and supposedly Wanted to meet with these other teams. That came out initially those other teams. Like yeah yeah right. You're not gonna string us along like you did in twenty nineteen so we're just gonna do it. We're going to do so. He has nowhere else to go now. And is it possible that the clippers are saying alachua. Yo-you could you opt in for next year and but now that you opted out. We're not really interested in just giving you the right to leave after next year to rehab for a year like we're we're we want. You decided to your deal. May maybe like they're actually pushing back on them a little bit. who knows. maybe we'll just end up being a one plus one and i'll be wrong about that but and they obviously everything that they've done so far has been built around making him happy but not certainly seems like a reasonable request by the clippers to say. Hey if we're gonna just pay you for zero value for a year. Now go i would say. Hey guess. what. Like for the one year that i'm going to be healthy for next year. I be worth sixty million dollars where they'd be like. Hey we need to actually get that next year that then we'll pay you argue there'd be eighty billion dollars over two years worth willing to pay eighty million dollars for one year. Were not willing to play. Forty million dollars nothing out. We'll see if the how that turns out but it does seem. It seems a little interesting. They might have slightly overplayed their leverage. They're if they really wanted that. That one plus one. I see the approach. I don't think it's going to happen. I think especially with steve bombers willingness to spend That we won't necessarily see that an that continues with the resigning reggie jackson reggie jackson through early bird rights had the ability to sign for roughly ten eleven million a year for up to forty years. Remember brisson homes got that kind of a contract as well with the sacramento kings and jackson is signing a straight two year deal worth twenty two million and he has loyalty to the clippers because of had the role they played in resurrecting his career after his bought out by the by the pistons Looked like he was maybe getting close to done and had a phenomenal playoffs. Offensively an showed more spark defensively than i've seen from him in a long time and so now he's probably going to have a larger role with the twenty one. Twenty two clippers considering hundreds limitations. If not strip. Just being out the entire time. And i'm thrilled to get this kind of payday and i thought he could have gotten stronger. One in terms of at least another year but clearly you're not really have the leverage. There wasn't a team out there. M good kemba walker getting bought out and going to the next and you thought maybe the pistons would be looking for a point guard with the cap space that they cleared out. That really wasn't the case in the end. And maybe there's a team that you think should have gone three years for the pool but also probably would rather. Just be with the clippers for two years in somewhere else for three years and he's going to have a big role in. This team played the best ball of his career in the playoffs for the clippers. Last year's you understand why he's saying Good job holding the line on not giving up the third year for the thirty one year. Old jackson though and then also justice winslow will be joining the clippers. They are really loading up on wings. You can't shoot. Between winslow and kion johnson their draft pick and also brandon boston. Who i think is probably set for a two way. They still got j. scrub on two year two way because he was injured most of last year but they taught turns out to shoot and so i think there is a good idea to take a flyer on these guys in winslow can give them some more defense on the wing with a Potentially if he can get healthy as well so the clips did not at anyone to this team using the mini mid level which they truly could but there was a got..
Should Vice President Kamala Harris Resign? - burst 2
"Marijuana use i think it's also agreed that it's bad. Luck joe biden. Doesn't do anything about it because it emphasizes further hypocrisy from him. It just puts a cherry on top of of of everything that he said all the hypocrisy he participated in and it's really surprising because he's a politician. I don't think the policy is right. But i'm just saying that by should mate remain consistent with his policy and therefore everybody in his administration including Harassed should be subject to the same rules and regulations. Now you make an interesting point there too. Because i did read the new york times article that he had agreed to bring some people back from remote work in the if if they had agreed to sign a pledge to not use marijuana while they're working in the government and also submit to random drug test. Too so i say that to ask like if has she been held to the same standards if they had the president vice president of the united states pledged that she will never smoke weed again while working for the government and also submit to random drug tests like that would just burn down nation media all alone
Should Vice President Kamala Harris Resign? - burst 2
"Use i think it's also agreed that it's bad. Luck joe biden. Doesn't do anything about it because it emphasizes further hypocrisy from him. It just puts a cherry on top of of of everything that he said all the hypocrisy he participated in and it's really surprising because he's a politician. I don't think the policy is right. But i'm just saying that by should mate remain consistent with his policy and therefore everybody in his administration including Harassed should be subject to the same rules and
"pirker" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show
"During the investigation. Several videos were found. Police were able to identify the victim from these videos. Based on a tattoo on ankle the identified woman kelly garrett and she was alive and well living in colorado. Her story goes one evening. She gets into a fight with her husband. Frustrated and angry. She lives the house dating that she'd be hanging out shooting pool with friends. One of those friends was raised daughter. Jesse jesse ended up taking her out to the blue water saloon where she proceeded to drug her drinks. The only thing garrett couldn't remember was walking back to the parking lot and being struck in the head. She was immediately unconscious. Garrett was up and down in and out of consciousness for about two days while being chained up in raised trailer wearing only the patent dog collar and chains in between torture sessions ray at one point during her captivity in assuming garrett was dead walked up to her soul she was alive and sliced her through ray. Pretty sure she'd be dead now. Took her out for a ride stopped at one point in dumped beside a road she lives. She was found ultimately treated for injuries but upon reporting the story about what happened to her to the police. She was only met with disbelief now. Only did the police not believe her but neither did her husband. He sued her for divorce. Shortly after claiming she had not been kidnapped tortured and almost murdered and dumped on the side of the road in his case she had been simply out having fair and was the victim of an attack afterwards after the initial arrest during the investigation more accomplices were found linda. Jean aka jesse rank david pirker raise on daughter and denison ansi under the custody of the yancey also admitted that he enra- kidnapped his former girlfriend. Marie parker and tortured her for several days until yancey finally ended her stay in race trailer strangling her to death..
"pirker" Discussed on The 3-1 Collapse
"Today's tuesday december fifteen twenty twenty. Last week. Ken paxton the attorney. General of texas condition. Supreme court the united states to overturn the election results. In this year's presidential election a lot of people across the country were surprised by filing however not us here three when collapse in fact this is to be expected from a state official from texas which state that annually claims that texas football is back whatever that means in any given year the cowboys are gonna win the super bowl in other year in other news turn. Nagazine shows the biden harris ticket as its quote person of the year. She was finalised in the selection process. Along with the racial justice movement in president trump. dr found he would've been an interesting selection given his poise to continually stand up to the president. General disagreements over the pandemic inter nations response. I was a little disheartening. That the collective group of frontline workers was not a finalist however wild cove in nineteen has been needed in the news cycle urban this year we hear three one collapsed pride ourselves under variety of topics with that said given the news of a approval. We thought it pertinent to discuss this topic also be sure to set your notifications under preferred listening platforms said you can get instant updates. Every time he released a new episode. My name's greg pirker joined. Here's a kaelin hex in josh levy. How are you guys doing tonight. Doing good ravens headed last night. I'm happy so arguably the best game of the season. Monday night. Football cleveland's loss to baltimore. They should have it every monday. Every possible make it happen. I'm happy to play kayla next round fans as he got eliminated. Remind me we got to witness a great game last night. I will say lamar margaret played. Pretty well he was pretty clutch. Even though my opinion on his throwing hasn't changed much what. I'm excited to to talk about this vaccine finally i. Oh let's jumped into last week. With food and drug administration granted emergency use authorization to visor to begin distributing. Its coronavirus vaccine. It appears that madeira is on a similar path for approval. For this week's episode. We invited becca chandran our good friend. In a master in public health candidate at emory university to speak with us about vaccine the science behind it and its distribution haven Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. Yeah of course. So can you briefly. Bring us up to date on what's going on with Broadly speaking vaccine. Yeah so i guess. We'll start from the very beginning and just where we were. You know ten months ago we were just going better. Usual lives but that all really changed once. This novel coronavirus really infiltrated society. To say the least There are just so many unknowns right you could people get reinfected. What was the death rate. Will we have a vaccine. That was sort of the number one question. But greg mentioned were very strong position now to fight back something that just seemed unprecedented and months ago. So as you mentioned we have one vaccine approved by pfizer and have another one. That's expected to follow This upcoming thursday for those that are wondering if the i'll be technicalities. Both of these vaccines haven't efficacy rate. Well over ninety percent and efficacy read to reach her. Immunity would be seventy percent so we release superseded that threshold and both the pfizer and moderna vaccine use our technology. So this is messenger are a that as its name implies. When you put this into your body it sends a message to produce these spike proteins. Now these are the same spike proteins that are present on the novel coronavirus cells so once. Your body has these proteins. It has sufficient antibodies to fight off the action. Now looking ahead based on wherever you live and that's the key outlook right now where you live. What state living. We have different distribution plans in place to hopefully bring out an equitable just and hopefully not as chaotic end awesome so we have a series of realistic questions that we sent you last week on. I think you go through them. A order a number wind. Why did you want to speak on this issue. Why is it important for you to speak on his platform while there's just a lot of uncertainty out there and i've seen a lot of are false information being spewed on social media and other platforms and we don't need to scare people more than they already are right now. I mean this really angered me at the same time. I really understand the frustrations surrounded the vaccine just really wanted to provide a public health oriented lens and communicate the implications of the vaccines as well as the approval and rollout phases to your viewers at least within the boundaries of my credentials. Just give them a mortlake interpretation right because you guys see the finance you guys see the scientific literature but you want all thrown at you. Want to know what this means for us our future. That's what i'm here to do. Awesome well again. We're glad to have you on moving on. How did how to develop a vaccine in such short in such a short amount of time with such a quick turnaround from when i saw the corona virus. Yes so i think it really took a global pandemic like co bid to spur global cooperation on a level. Never seen before. And i'll give you one quick example. So currently the united kingdom and russia are currently collaborating would have seen that right to combine elements of sputnik vaccine with elements of the oxford trials On top of this you have interdisciplinary. Collaboration between researchers scientists big pharma politicians and people that have hidden agendas are even conflicting interests. So because of all of this all these cumulative actors in parameters you have massive amounts of both public as well as private funding just poured into the development of the vaccine. So it's quite literally all hands on deck approach because of this inexperienced the same financial limitations that would have for other vaccines that would have delayed their progress and we live in a digital age where you know electronic data keep in or recruitment for clinical trials. Be steps literally happened overnight. Compared to weeks or even months in the past and i'll just conclude by saying that the vaccine review process on a rolling basis. What that means is reviewers can actually look at the data and working in concert with visor. Madeira and these other companies so all of these factors collectively really reduce the process. That would have taken five to ten years to just under or about ten months awesome. And you mentioned the international collaboration. I don't think we've seen this level of international. Collaboration in especially between countries like as you said the united kingdom and russia in several decades. So i think this is a huge step for for history as well. Yeah i i really think it only sets the bar moving forward unfortunately like i said it did take a pandemic to showcase how capable we are as a planet but i definitely see feature collaborations even between countries that might have conflicts between italy's sure stor wha- as you mentioned there is a lot of public public concern about taking the vaccine. So what would you say those who are hesitant to take it..
"pirker" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
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"pirker" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"I'm like, well what about the other tracks? You know, and then they got eight track sixteen thirty two and now digital just a numeral track. You can even Email the track to somebody else, they put their part on her new mail it back. So yes technology has changed an awful lot. And I've always been the belief that in any musicians recording any new technology in the hands of an artist can be benefit. But if it's it's in the hands of somebody who's not an artist. It can be a tragedy and it can turn out, just terrible. So you just have to go by that, axiom that as long as you have artistic approach to it, and, you know, how to out manipulate it, and don't let it manipulate you. It can be a great tool for recording. Now, as far as getting in the studio recording myself. There was a little bit of difference in the technology and how it got better through your ears because you sing what you hear and, and as long as I could hear better. I could sing better deliver. What I needed to deliver a lot of the pictures that you see of artists in studios are like they're holding a headphone away from their years. That's not going to that's not reality because they headphone feedback into the microphone you have to cover up your ears entirely in order to hear that sound and that is, that's a different world. I'm a scuba diver as well, and it's a different world close, your sense off. One of the senses, we have that really is good for us as human being is, of course hearing. I mean, and then these, and if you close off your hearing, and all your hearing, what's coming through the headphones you rely more on site and feel and emotions that that's always going to be the same. I mean, that, that will never change from the time when that came coal I sang and today's recordings of some of the major stars your manipulation in the studio made dependent on your experience more than anything. And I try to stay in the studio as much as I. Very cool. And, you know, one of your children at least is studying music, did they show interest in doing your style of music, or do they have their own style, and do they enjoy listening to your music? Well, two fold question actually when my boys used to do homework around the house, and they're not too far from my office, where they sit at the desk, I would listen to their headphones case. What are you listening to, and it would be anywhere from old Dean Martin to, to my music from Kanye west to Whitney Houston? I mean it just it just didn't really matter. They listened to a variety of things at as and as far as, as my son Pirker, who is the real music student, both of them had music in their life from the time they were very young. I'd say seven eight or nine just like you or anybody else, who's who's in a layman and appreciate music. They also preciado music and some of mine, but they there were much more varied in the artists that they pre she it Parker or. Twenty one year old who will be twenty one July was, I'm using cedar scholar at TCU in Fort Worth, Texas. He has two more years, he switched his major to musical composition..
"pirker" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Up Jerome? Representing the ladies her name is Anna, from Monrovia. She works animal control officer and enjoys horseback riding. Let's for Anna. What's going on? Well, we're happy to have you here. Here's that works at a to ask you stereotypical male questions. Jerome gills can ask stereotypical female questions. Best three win still tied in regulation. We tiebreaker question. Let us start with the ladies, we winking. We can't stop saying, here's a question. What professional baseball team is based in Toronto? Oh my God. I have no idea the rapid playing basketball Toronto baseball team. What's your name? Nobody goes through their games. Hero idea. Rondo Blue Jays? And usually when you watch the game there, it's pretty empty. Just not into Canada there in the hockey. Oh, gosh. Jerome an animated reindeer named Ben is from what movie named. Then spin, spin San reindeer and I can think of is Bambi. Then has Vinke. He's from frozen. Never saw it. Kern score is ridiculous. Sorry. Here we go. Abe fromm it is sausage king, if Chicago what movie. What movie? We've been Seattle. I don't know. No, there's Buehler's day off. Say what you want to say. D'oro ferris Buehler's day off star, Matthew Broderick is married to what actress. Oh, jessica. Full name. Parker. You're out of order. I need her. Correct. Trijet. You're so close the name. Sarah, Jessica, Sarah Pirker. No. Sarah, Jessica Parker, the second time. Jessica, you said, Sarah Parker said, Sarah, and then. Current score is zero zero. What sport can you achieve a triple double? Triple double sport, Anna. Triple double. Is it fully? Oh, you don't know it. It was basketball basketball. Caja Jerome you can win it here. Meryl Streep joined the cast of season, two of what Reese Witherspoon TV show. Something. Lord, you got this. You've got the dirty lies..
"pirker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"All that stuff impress, but mode, rose t my father used to cut policemen. And my mother was super religious that's hard. If you talked about mother, you mentioned guy was in. Nice. Come on, and, and, and my body's bring different musicians different party. He had a beat. Thirty three the grand terrorist bring different people to house. Louis armstrong. Going to just one thing, and then we had a radio. And. That time behead J bands come in on the radio for sure this day in day out. So that went to this heard good Tara played in mode, it's bridge. But bringing all the latest current rugged. On this record shot at Kristen Schurr. I always been in this about sex phone. My brother plays Texas. She get. Oh, yes. But that was. The horn go into closet. And practice and told the door. All too. Boy, so my father we get mad at me. My mother put me into closet. With tar or all by yourself Steph in the closet. All those sex clothes in the closet. Sure. Sure. Go to go to Nick. Sleep. To to this. You've got to stop this on what you're doing on what I was doing without going. I was doing. You've got to stop going to go up. He wanted to space for himself to yet. You didn't have any other closet apprentice in. He's hitting sub sleeping there and get out. It is to stop this. Get your act together. You get in. Get that out. My home. So good come into classic. Get me sleep. Practicing in the closet. Did you practice your? We gotta take a break from be back with George Freeman, Joni pelota umbrella, Pirker Sparrow, we're talking about. There's a party coming up Friday, another event, and another the endless birthday parties for George Freeman who turned ninety two on April tenth in his lovely mother. He was just talking about live to be one hundred and three. So listen to this man, ladies and gentlemen, has the secret to longevity and creativity..
"pirker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"If you did you know what I'm talking about. There was just that guy nineteen eighty-seven right around this date nineteen eighty-seven. He was named the National League player of the month for may. He was twenty five at the time. He had won the nationaly player of the month in April, and then turned around and wanted again in may. It was just a spectacular season in his combination of, of speed and power in his glove, is, is really heard to explain appreciate if you didn't get a chance to watch him. He said a National League record that month in nine hundred eighty seven by hitting three grand slams in the first two months of the season. This is eighty seven he had nineteen homers fifty five rabies twenty six stolen bases. Any scored fifty one runs that season he had thirty seven homers one hundred ribs, fifty steals and one hundred twenty runs best season of his career. He was an all star. He wanna go glove. He won the silver slugger. He finished ninth in the MVP voting, and it just the more. I watch those Eric Davis highlights today, the more fun it was to just remember that the grace, the combination of grace speed. Power, and just the Iraq Davis, cool. That was Davis. I found a story in the New York Times written this month back in nineteen eighty-seven. They quote Pete Rose. And Pete said Eric Davis has more raw talent than any baseball player I've ever seen. This is from his manager at the time. He's Mike Schmitz. The best player I've ever seen. Johnny bench is the best catcher Joe Morgan, the most intelligent player day Pirker plays the hardest in Tony Perez was the greatest RBI guy. But Eric Davis has more raw talent than any of those guys and you got to keep in mind, Eric was six three hundred seventy five and I love the New York Times piece describing his, his muscles resembled ropes his legs, slender, almost skinny raw said he gets his power from his bat speed, and it's like cork in his arms. When I think of Eric is the player, I think of how thin the waste was he was so wiry and so thin and the risk the quickest risk I used to think George foster the quickest wrist of anybody ever saw play the game. Eric Davis, and how quick the wrist were in the swing of the bat and the power behind it. Nothing short of phenomenal. Found a story in Sports Illustrated, and I still have Sports Illustrated with Davis on the cover by the way on the blog the heading on the blog is his poster. The magnum forty four poster your remember the, the iconic poster. If you don't check it out. He's in a in an office that is his office. It's like a detectives office and the door, you see from the inside the door has e Davis forty four hundred and Eric standing there in a suit dressed of nines, and he's got his got his Nike red shoes on with the suit, and he standing, and certainly not politically correct today. He's got a gigantic forty four magnum sitting in his office loaded with baseball's. He's leaning up against it with one arm on the chamber, and the poster Eric Davis, forty four magnum just in Konic poster. But in the Sports Illustrated story, Pete Rose said Eric Davis is. The one guy who can lead our league at home runs and stolen bases. It's like having an atomic bomb sitting next to you in the dugout day Percocet and the story. Tremendous bat. Speed and power to throwing arm. You wouldn't believe there's an aura to everything he does. I tell you, frankly I paid see him if I had to Eric Davis in highschool average twenty eight points a game as a guard. His senior season went to Fremont high school in Los Angeles. And his senior year, he played shortstop. He hit six fifty fifty stolen bases in nineteen games. Never caught stealing. And the dodgers gave him a tryout in nineteen eighty Mike Brita the dodgers scout. If your member going back in the day, the scout who would stand behind home plate at Dodger Stadium with the white hat on and hold up the jug UN Mike brio. The dodgers said they were going to sign him and they didn't and the brewers scattered him. And they clocked him in the sixty yard dash. It was it's six three six time to begin because they didn't believe it. And they said they were going to sign him and they didn't the only other team that showed even a bit of interest was the reds. They drafted him in the eighth round. Think about that eighth round for Davis. They got him for eighteen thousand dollars signing bonus. Dave Percocet and the stories got wrist like hanker and he whips the bat through the strike zone. The, the highlight reel on the blog includes what he did. The Jack Clark, not once but twice. It's got one of his injuries at Wrigley field. Never forget crashing into the Ivy. It's got the home run in the World Series. It's got him throwing out what Bobby Bonino tried to go. First third in the ninety playoffs and more. It's all at seven hundred wwl w dot com. Let's go to the phones. If you have anything on Davis, also save you a line or two, I wouldn't mind kind of recalling some memories and moments of Eric happy birthday or at fifty seven today played on the same high school baseball team. Darrell strawberry, all man. But I went back and I looked at the time of his career he in nineteen Eighty-four. He started the season at AAA and he got a call up when Dwayne Walker got hurt. And when Aaron came up the following year and eighty five he had started poorly hitting like a buck eighty nine in June. And the red sending back to the minors and by eighty six he made the team, I laughed reading the story because when he made the team at eighty six the reds left spring training was seven outfielders. They had Paul O'Neil and caldeans bills who were rookies they had Eric Davis and Dave Pirker in Eddie Milner in Nicosia, and max Venable. It wasn't until Nicosia went on the disabled list in June, with, with an injury that Eric Davis kinda got the opportunity and he took advantage of it. And by eighty seven hundred thirty thirty guy and should have had a forty forty season. Two got hurt man. Oh man. I, I, I could talk Eric Davis, and more. If you can't tell moments and memories in the skill set of that guy for the rest of the night. Let me let me go to Eastgate. I think Chris can understand where I'm where I'm coming from. Chris. You're on seven hundred wwl w. Well how about Eric Davis? Eric Davis was for five years of the best player I've ever seen the game in person in a believe you posted a home run. Hit against the San Francisco Giants. Thirty thirty an extra inning. And I was at that game and that was a kid glove game. And that was one of the great memories, I had him, you know, in person being there, but another great memory him, when he robbed, Jack coir the night in my Canetti seven crime the wall and took it away. I'll never forget, never forget. And I say, Barry Larkin's cry my favorite lifelong read hall of fame, but air Davis had not been heard is no doubt fame player. And I just one of the bad thing. I remember was he took a lot of heat for injury. He had a lot of class and he played the game hard. And that's why he got hurt. Absolutely. No, quick, Chris. I'm glad you listen. And thanks for the call. Thank you. Have a good night. You know, the thing is that I'm watching the, the two catches. The home runs. You took away from Jack Clark, remember at riverfront stadium, and it's not like that. Those walls were like small wall. They were I mean, watch his leaping ability to go up over the wall to rob him twice back to back games. It's all in highlight reel form on the blog at seven hundred wwl w dot com. All right. Let's combat wanted to add. I love when I asked things up on Twitter and they kind of mushroom into something much bigger. I've got a question about the rules of mowing. Yes, I said, mowing in the peer pressure? The neighborhood pressure that comes with mowing as we continue sports talk seven hundred wwl w..
"pirker" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Railyard park, conservancy and Shannon Palermo program coordinator, railyard park conservancy are hearing talk about them Earth Day events, although yesterday, they are going to celebrate it again, and we should celebrate it every day Kristie down. What the heck and good to see you again. What is he real your Perkins urban see, what do you do a small grassroots nonprofit that manages all the care in programming at railyard park specifically, which is a city park. And I think there's sixty eight city parks, and we're the only rail your park is only city park that has in organization dedicated to it specifically like ours. So you take better care of it. Then the city does the rest of the. I will not we do a lot of delicate intricate. You know, we we we treat it like a botanical garden, it isn't technically. Kinda do that really intensive care. And then, you know, summertime we have big groups, Shannon leads a lot of those crews out that just do cave removing big bushes. And so you go from basically from site Santa Fe all the rate way over to same Francis. You go under Saint Francis to the other side, we stopped. So the new sacred trail underpass that Saint Francis. Caboose right. Got kind of handed over to us, jurisdiction wise city still owns it. But so we care for that. Now where the caboose is up into underpass itself. And then that's somebody else's. France's to somebody else. Open space and trails if something, but that little piece is like an extension of the earlier part worksite because the caboose is there, and that's really neat icon. And there's some cool bios whales and stuff that they installed at the underpass, which you'll thing about the that intersection. There is people sit there at the stoplight for a long long time. So they have the we have an opportunity to sit there, and and in detail pick apart, you know, if you're pulling the weeds, if you're raking the gravel if it looks absolutely perfectly manicured, we're we're getting it's a lot that piece. They're standing talk a bit. Well, I'll I have to say that this is our first year of really caretaking for the new underpass and this first year sort of critical. There are a lot of wild grass seeds that were spread out underneath rocks. And so they pop up on. We did a first round of Maigo weed removal at the end of the summer last. Summer ahead of our official. You know, they come back every every year they come day do, and we we have begun the battle officially, and it's really exciting though in this early springtime to see what's popping up. What new little babies made it over the winter. Just got a new. Are you referring to the? Yeah. Some California poppies made an appearance there's a desert willow that starting relief out. There's fruit trees over there at the underpass grasses that we have yet to sprout up. So to see like, it's not all it's not all bad. Elms? We're talking about the deals or the worst, man. Those little suckers pop up. You can't pull them up. They won't come out. Yeah. They they are really hard actually this morning. I was working with volunteers weeding because this is the perfect weather to attack those on the ground as wet right? When the ground is wet. All right. So tell us about your event. Is on Saturday twenty seventh. It's the railyard Pirker stay celebration. And what we've done this is the second year that we've kind of revived it because years ago it was all species day in the past. And this is our second year. It's bigger we've got over forty different organizations coming on their own behalf just to participate and be very community.
"pirker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Both O'Hare and at midway and fights will still be delayed heading out to the east coast. As that storm is still in the way and flights are being diverted or delayed or even some still cancelled for personalized traffic on demand. Get the traffic Chicago app approved by the more. Check spurts of team hockberg just search T R A F F, I X Chicago your forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center, checking the WGN TV interactive whether radar map right now. And we've just got some light sprinkles along the lakefront right now and into a north west, Indiana as this front has pretty much moved out. Out of the area people are recovering and getting the social, but it's going to get above freezing on Monday. We've got a slight chance for showers Monday after four in the afternoon, otherwise mostly sunny, high near forty nine Tuesday, mostly cloudy with a high near sixty four temperatures right now thirty two at O'Hare thirty three a bit way in Oaklawn thirty-five, Longley Lake Michigan water temperature at forty eight wins out of the northwest fourteen gusting up to twenty two and that's why we have a wind chill of twenty two. I'm Roger badesch, WGN radio news from these are the stories that matter around seven twenty WGN. Cohn brain. That is you have to ladies and gentlemen, five to the play as much as I can further lake talking to George Freeman Bradley Pirker, spare Joni Poletto Joanie and Spero the two who run. The amazing treasure that is output records and put out their most recent release their hundred what fun forty eight Jacky tabs every couple of years. I read a long story, but southward team the greatest craters jazz music treasure in Chicago hundred and forty eight. There's gonna be a what sounds like a fabulous party week from Friday on Friday, the twenty six from six, and if George Freeman said is going to be a good party is going to be a good party to it is a meet and greet their you're gonna hear that CD. You're going to hear live music from Jon Devlin, and you're gonna get corn bread. But mostly you're going to get you're gonna get to talk to George Freeman because one of his living history of jazz. I I don't know how else to say he is a living history of jazz. I mean you played with and I think you once bought a drink for Charlie Parker doesn't get goodness..
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"Ninety two year old or a guy who used to do it as studs terkel when he was in his nineties recommend ninety three. And I'm celebrating the new book you are celebrating this CD to Howard right wrote a couple of fantastic pieces of budge in the Tribune I've been talking to you out here. What what's the secret, George? What's the secret to remaining vibrant and alive and creative because this CD done by the other guests in the studio. Johnny Poletto and Bradley Pirker Spero, husband and wife musical team. And dear friends of mine. What's the secret, George people like Joan Spero, then you keep you going because you still beautiful, you know, so alive because when you come in up, you need people that just don't like you. True words were never smoking. And one of the things though about George and and Jones fair into this coming up you and your your late, brother. Von Freeman who I just the Nord just the doored and not as much as you did. But I had him late you when you were coming up. I mean, it is a list of jazz history. It is Charlie Parker. It stand. Sunny stood if Johnny Griffin, it's been Webster and a thousand other names, did they not treat you. Well, when you were young beautiful. They did. Absolutely. You know, it's a funny thing all the professional of the teach you. Wonderfully is those that are not deficient treat you bay right because well in many many ways because they're jealous. I think part of what it is. But there's a difference. This is the difference in good and debate. Yeah. And see Nicole professional day is just two hundred light themselves. Sure. And ain't it is to come out here and see somebody tried to make it what the it's a hard life to devote yourself as you and your brother did to music music Joanie, and you Sparrow, no this too. I mean that is a sacrifice. It's not like getting a job as a as an accountant or something different. But on the other hand, you get all the pleasure and all the joy of creating this beautiful music and art, so we'll all the rewards to. They've gotta be you were at the green mill couple nights ago for the annual birthday party that they going to go on forever. He goes, I can't wait till you. Back when you one hundred, but this did what what is it like for the three of you know, when you to talk about this too. Think it's it's fantastic. Really? But seeing you get some kind of amazing kind of energy from your interaction playing the tar and the audience they must just in the way, they react to you, not just green and applauding. But a vibe that he shared Rick. I'd say you truth about me is that a. Is one thing. And personally the way you feel as another thing. But you know, I was raised with a religious family. My mother. Background. See when I was coming to teach his pet. I can understand that. I still I can see why that is I can see that is through yet. No, no. You're never you. Yeah. I was going to church. They wanna make me all too. This is this is news. And when I was in mother kept in the house because I was just nice and quiet. Should I is that before you were George the bomb on his love for joy? This is this is the first CD would George the altar boy. George the altar boy. Bill. Yeah. When did you when did you take me back when did you first touch a guitar? Well. My brother played euka lately. He's he says. Yeah, he wanted to Chom ladies. So he would go around playing you could lead singer to be ladies in the neighborhood. Did it work? It works. Here. Is your did? And then. What happened to me was I? At a nightclub there called run by cafe. And had a good Tara player and plan is neighbors t bone Walker. Oh, wow. Sure. In is a good around here in the back door to door. My daddy would kill me. If you doing. Yeah. You know, west him play the guitar guitar. The hand is Nate. Yeah. Yeah. Singing, you call history Monday is so I went home in throwing money at all it stuff. That was impressed. But most but was see my father used to cut the policeman. And my mother super religious, that's hard. If you talked about mother at you mentioned guy he was in. Really? Bye. You use a nice come on in and my buddies bring different musicians from different party. He hit a beat. Thirty three of the grand terrorism you bring different people over to the house by Louis Armstrong. Yeah. To the house just one thing. And then we had a radio. And a time behead jazz band come in on the radio. Sure. Sure. Listen to your day in day out. It's a founding. What happened that went to this guitar player played in mode? It's better brunch. But bring on all the latest current records any boat on this Benny Goodman record China. Kristen. Sure. Now, I always been enthusiastic about the sex of my brother plays, Texas. Yes. She did you dummy. You'll yes therefore, but now is valid play the horn in go into concert and practice and told the door. It's so. All I know you were you were the teacher. Good boy. So my father. We get mad at me. And my mother put me into closet. With a guitar or all by yourself by myself closet, me all sects of clothes in the closet. Sure. Sure. Go and go to go to to sleep. Oh chop to von when he said, this you said. You say you got to stop this k-. You know, what you're doing onto what I was doing. I have I was doing. So you got to stop going to the class going up? He wanted to space for himself to practice. Yeah. You didn't have any other closet apprentice in he's hitting us sub sleeping there and get out. Stumped. Get your act together. It's not fun. You get get in get out and get good at my home. Wow. So every time they could come into clouds. They'd get me. It sleep. Practicing in the closet. Did you practice? Okay. We gotta take a break from be back with George Freeman. Johnny pelota and Bradley Pirker. Sparrow, we're talking about there's a party coming up Friday another event and other the endless birthday parties for George Freeman who turned ninety two on April tenth in his lovely mother. He was just talking about live to be one hundred and three. So listen to this man, ladies and gentlemen, he has the secret to longevity and creativity. Make Sunday's your official might to tour the city what she does best ten PM than stick around for the latest and shopping entertainment and events on C Chicago at ten thirty pm on WGN TV will be right back. The twin study is out Scott Kelly was there and Mark Kelly was here on earth bodies different. Right. Not just as body. But his mind is well, here's my one standing theory. The reason that.
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"Indianapolis, Ninety-three, WIBC, rob KENDALL. The rod KENDALL show. Thanks for joining us. Don't forget Twitter at Robin KENDALL. So Friday was a complete disaster for roads in the inner circle city. I live at Brownsboro guy Venturin each workday. And normally takes me about thirty minutes took an hour and a half an hour and a half and in Brown's Berg, the roads weren't all that bad. They weren't great. But they weren't all that bad soon as I got on seventy four heading east and got the Indianapolis total disaster. So I wanted to ask her good friend. Indiana state Senator Jim Merritt, he's running for the mayor of Indianapolis on the Republican side. We'll take on likely mirrored hog set this fall what he thought about. What was a rough day for many motorists in the circle city. The roads in Indianapolis are terrible. Did mayor Joe not read the weather forecast. Well, I don't know. I put a tweet out there that you probably saw that. I was gathering information about how long everybody took to get into work today. And it's kind of you. To look at it with a little humor because I don't know if they'll be there won't be mailed trucks out today there won't be school buses out today because there's so school. So who is actually on the roads to get in the way. So I, you know, I think we have to ask ourselves what what actually happened today and what I put that tweet out asking for input. There was a lot of frustration unhappiness, regardless if it's a Friday if people are sliding into Super Bowl weekend, people Robert are just not happy. We've talked about this many times long before you were considering running for mayor of Indianapolis that the mayor basically has four core jobs. Right. I mean, he's got he's got crime. He's got trash. He's got the roads as in repairing roads, and he's got snow removal. Like, you've only got four basic main jobs. Eddie keeps failing at the snow removal. Why is this happening? Well. I don't know. Maybe it's maybe it's from the top down with Joe. And and Mr Pirker who runs the w win. Greg Ballard was mayor. He had Dave Sherman who was just as down Dingley smart person who understood roads and understood still removal, and and maybe maybe it's just a lack of knowledge and lack of understanding of how to handle these temperatures, and this this this snow and just the timing of it. And and I know there are lot of unhappy citizens today in our city. What would you what would approach would you take the snow rule? Whatever approach is being taken not not working. I mean, it's not working. And the roads were jammed. The roads were bad from the time. I got on seventy four and Browns. Berg literally all the way down here to forty miles monument circle. There was no point of Indianapolis. Well, that looks pretty good. What would you do differently as the mayor? What will first of all we really don't know what is going on. Because the mayor doesn't tweet the mayor doesn't Facebook. The mayor doesn't do anything on social media and let somebody probably is doing it for him. And so we really don't know what they are actually taking right now. Now, I think that private snowbo- Louisville folks probably ought to be at work for the city right now along with the city fleet. There are a lot of people there actually tweeting at me today in saying they don't see a blade on any streets if they're on. And so, and I and I've been around Indianapolis today, and in various meetings, and I'm late to every meeting, of course, but. Because of the snow, but I haven't really seen many removal, if any removal trucks, and that's nothing against our heroes that are out risking, you know, their their safety by being out of the roads. Trying to keep them clear, but really the at the end of the day. I it's hard to it's hard to say what you would be doing different. Because we don't know what they are doing. Rob kindle, Indiana state, Senator Jim Merritt speaking about the condition of the roads here in central Indiana on Friday, not good city of Indianapolis. Not good. And you would think Jim given the we'll just call it. Lackluster performance by the mayor's administration on previous snow days that he'd have like some big plan out there for everybody to see like that. He'd have. Okay. Here's where we're going. Here's what we're doing. So everybody can see it. There's nothing. Well, it goes back to about a year ago where dear fifty third and Guilford and you need to get into work, and you give it the same amount of time. And all of a sudden, you get a snowfall. It takes an hour and a half to get those fifty blocks or so straight down Meridian. It. So you don't have there's not a whole lot of confidence via the citizenry of Indianapolis that they can get this done. And now this happened. It just head-scratching moment. Robert and in something that. I I think we all would like to know. Now, if you recall, the mayor missed his own press conference last year. And because I believe you slid off the road, and I don't know if that's actually true or not there may be urban legend. But if I were as mayor, and I was on my way to a press conference, and I would have off the road. You know, what I would've done Robert? What would you have done? Senator I would have gone straight to Facebook live at my driver be filming me and saying everybody, you know, what this is not acceptable. This is not what we're used to. We're used to a better response to snow because we're harming people from getting to work and making money, and this will never happen again. But instead, Mr Pirker who's in charge of DPW ends up at the press conference without the mayor. Now who knows what happened the mayor that day? I it's legend actually what happened. But it's all leadership all about telling the story leadership. It's all about people understanding what you're thinking. And how you're guiding the populace that you are leading in. So Bob line is is you need to be out there. Robert you need to be out there. As the guy who will very likely be the Republican nominee to take on a mayor hog set. I know this is not the way you want to have political opportunity, but this is a slam dunk for you. Right. I mean, every every registered voter in Marion county can see this guy sucks in his job. Well, I've done a put out some new bold solutions that that cover a lot of different situations and problems that we're having to the city and and provide a different approach to the challenges. And and you know, we can't be frayed of afraid of innovation in the way of government services. And I think we're gonna be unveiling some really quality ideas and the next nine months, and this allows us this job performance that were experiencing allows us to have a a stark alternative, a really sharp contrast to what the mayor's doing right now, we're you know, we we see these little pop ups of ideas are coming that really a lot of it is from the great Greg Ballard time in office. And and and and the mayor has tried to grab the. On and run with it. And so this just gives us opportunity to show how we're going to serve I'm hopeful. They'll have a radio show when I'm a mayor. So we'll have opportunities for service and a lot like what mayor hudnut did. And it's going to be very transparent administration that I'm going to lead that was Indiana state Senator Jim Merritt Republican candidate for mayor in Indianapolis talking about what was another. I mean, there's nowhere to say another in a long line of disasters for current incumbent..
"pirker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We are grateful to our Catholic radio partners for sharing with us some of the content in this program and for the opportunity to bring public Catholic programming to the archdiocese of Baltimore every Sunday. This is Chris. With us today on Catholic Baltimore is Bishop Adam Pirker, vicar general and moderator of the curia for the archdiocese of Baltimore because you're burqa was ordained to the priesthood in two thousand and served in several parishes before being assigned as priests secretary to Bishop Edwin f O'Brien when he was appointed to Baltimore in two thousand seven Bishop was ordained exhibiting Bishop of Baltimore in January two thousand seventeen welcome to the show. Thank you very much criticism pleasure to be with you today. We're gonna talk about a tough topic. This is the child sexual abuse. It's been happening in the church come to the fore, really, especially since some of the events this summer since that time you've been going out to honor the regional listening sessions and parish sessions to talk about this crisis this scandal. How many of those attended? And what are you hearing? As you. Go out we've done seventeen sessions NAS far, and that would include sessions that we have done with our priest here in your diocese are deacons. The folks who work here in central server. At the Catholic center as well. As people earn a pastoral staffs, and then parishes where prisoners have been violated to come at large. So quite quite a large population that we've had the opportunity to encounter thus far. What are you hearing from the people there certainly a lot of concern? There's anger there's confusion there's the wilder men. I think probably the prevailing sentiment has been. We thought we had this fixed almost two decades ago. How is it that we got back here today and people are wondering has the problem being fixed? Or is it still occurring today? How did we get back here today? The bishops pass the charter for the protection of children and young people with the accompanying norms that went with it. We thought those changes would take care of these concerns and yet here, we are two major things. Some course we heard about the revelations about archbishop McCarrick this past summer how he had four number. Of years been harassing seminarians. And also was found to have the substantiated allegation of child sexual abuse. Earlier this year, I think that revelation really kicked it off. And then it was compounded when the Pennsylvania grand jury report was released on August fourteenth detail in the fact that some three hundred priests had abused thousand children so lose to revelations this past summer brought us back and the took us back to where we are today. Certainly with the Pennsylvania grand jury report there is fueling even a perception created by the report and the news media following the report that that abuse happened in the very recent near past when in fact that report detailed allegations and incidents of abuse. Going back some seventy years, even in the state of Pennsylvania, the number of abuse cases since two thousand two is very very small, and I'm happy to see you. That is likewise true here in the archdiocese of Baltimore of the clergy abuse that we know of today it has been twenty five years since a priest heard a minor here in this archdiocese. Again, I want to be clear that that's what we know of today. So when we think about how we got back here. I think about the Pennsylvania report and the revelations there certainly opened up what was an old wound. But in fact, a story that we had heard before what I'm speaking on. I think you probably know is is the revelations that occurred back in two thousand and two as reported by the Boston Globe. And how the skin really broke wide open in Boston nearly two decades ago. How do you answer people who say that the church, and especially the bishops just aren't doing enough to prevent an address child sexual abuse in the church. I think it's important to take a look at our recent past in and how handling occur of allegations occurs today. Things are different. There has been a substantial evolution in the handling of allegations. And let me just for a moment about what we do here in the archdiocese today, and this is largely predicated upon the charter for the protection of young people. Unfortunately, thanks to our leadership here in yards diocese. Even prior to the charter, we have been handling these allegations in a particular way. What is that number one? The first thing that we do in an allegation of child sexual abuse comes in is we reported to civil authorities. That's been the law here in the state of Maryland for over twenty five years now and we comply with that law. So even if a person comes to us, and they're already an adult we still. Report that as is prescribed by Maryland law that gives the civil authorities their opportunity to do an investigation, and we likewise conduct our own internal investigation here at the level of the archdiocese. I who received a team that does those investigations which is primarily led by Gerry Burkhardt who is our officer for child and youth protection. The team is also staffed by our vice chancellor, Sean Kane who also works in communications our legal counsel. Dave king cough. Our chancellor, Dr Diane bar and our human resources director, Mr. Joe Smith. So we are the team that that oversee and investigate these allegations. Unless there is a an immediate, and very substantial reason to rule out any allegation that comes forward against a creased, we remove that priest immediately from ministry, if he's still active in fact. That happened earlier this year where a person came forward with an allegation dating back to one thousand nine hundred seventy s and as soon as we received the information about that alligator, and we reported it civil liberties did aren't initial investigation also immediately removed from ministry, a significant component on that removal from ministry is our public disclosure that the preseason been suspended and why so that's a substantial element in the evolution of how Al allegations of sexual abuse has has occurred in has changed because now in the priest is removed. We tell our faithful we tell the public why he's being removed. We've been doing that even since before the charter here in Baltimore that kind of transparency is extremely significant and important for our own credibility part of that process to in our public disclosure is if the priest is in active ministry. At the time of his removal. We will conduct a meeting at his parish on ministry. So that the people have the opportunity to be informed and also ask questions about the nation itself. A main reason why we want to make those allegations public is we understand that many victims survivors have a difficult time coming forward understandably, especially if they believe that they might be the only one. And so when we make a public disclosure about allegations, it gives other potential victims survivors the opportunity to know that they are not alone. And that the and should come forward to us. The other thing that we do with victim survivors when allegations made is we initially and immediately offer them with an apology on behalf of the church diocese. We also offer them counseling, and they can go to a counselor of their own choosing at the expense of the archdiocese. And we offer them counseling to them. For as long as it takes for their own healing, which for many if not most is over the course of many years, and it same process applies of the Gatien's against an allay employee, or volunteer and appearance your school. Correct. That's correct. And I'm glad you brought that up because it does happen. There have been allegations within the last twenty five years, in fact, much more recently with regard to lay employees and volunteers. So the problem regrettably is is not completely finished in. It's certainly is not isolated to clergy alone. But we do have a safe environment training process here in the archdiocese. Now, it's called versus and it is required by anyone who would volunteer or be employed or be ordained here in Baltimore. The purpose is that we want to create environments for young people that are absolutely as safe as they can possibly be. And we believe that that training has been effective. Why number one certainly we have seen the incidence of clerical sexual abuse decreased substantially since the nineteen seventies. In one thousand nine hundred eighty s also because of the reporting that comes into our office today, resulting from the safe environment sensitivity training that many of the reports that are made would indicate that people are keeping their eyes open. They're aware of things that are going around them. I would see that what we received today by way of reports into our office would largely fall under that broad category. You would call boundary violations or violations of the our archdiocese in code of conduct. So for example, it's against our code of conduct for an adult minister, whether it be a teacher or coach somebody working one of our schools to be texting a minor that's against the code of conduct. When that occurs, and it becomes known that's reported to our office. So that we can handle that here as well. So a number of those types of things certain are coming over the transom on a fairly regular basis, which means that the environment trainings are working that people are understanding what boundary violations are, and they know that there is a mechanism by which they can report them. In your meetings with victims survivors, what are you hear about their pain? And what do you say, what can you say to them? What I've learned is that healing is a lifelong struggle and most significantly that the healing process is not linear in terms of progress. In other words, it's not like they are better today than they were yesterday. And they're going to be better tomorrow than they are today. It doesn't work that way for most. If not all victims divers, sometimes they may have a period where they're making great progress. But at times, there are setbacks and certainly seen the incidents of child sexual abuse by clergy in the news would be something that for many does trigger a setback. So the healing doesn't occur in a short period of time. It's a lifelong journey it doesn't occur in a linear fashion. But. One of the things that I have learned from many of the victims were virus, I've met with is that healing is in fact possible, and so much do we want that healing to occur? We.
"pirker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We are grateful to our Catholic radio partners for sharing with us some of the content in this program and for the opportunity to bring public Catholic programming the archdiocese of Baltimore every Sunday. This is Chris county of the Catholic review with us today on Catholic Baltimore is Bishop Adam Pirker, vicar, general and moderator of the curious for the archdiocese of Baltimore. Bishop burqa was ordained to the priesthood in two thousand and served in several parishes before being assigned as priests secretary to Bishop Edwin f O'Brien when he was appointed to Baltimore in two thousand seven Bishop Berkowitz ordained exhilarating Bishop of Baltimore in January two thousand seventeen welcome to the show. Thank you, very much pleasure to be with you today. We're going to talk about a tough topic. This is the child sexual abuse. It's been happening in the church come to the fore, really, especially since some of the events this summer since that time you've been going out to his honor the regional listening sessions and perish sessions to talk about this crisis the scandal. How many of those have you attended? What are you hearing? As you. Go out we've done seventeen sessions NAS far, and that would include sessions that we have done with our creased here in yards. Diocese are Degan. The folks who worked here in central services at the Catholic center as well. As people are in a pastoral staffs and then. Where prisoners have been violated to come out large? So quite quite a large population. We've had the opportunity to encounter thus far. What are you hearing from the people there certainly a lot of concern? There's anger there's confusion there's wilder men. I think probably the prevailing sentiment has been. We thought we have this fixed almost two decades ago. How is it that we got back here today and people are wondering has the problem being fixed? Or is it still occurring today? How did we get back here today? The bishops pass the charter for the protection of children and young people with the accompanying norms that went with it. We thought those changes would take care of these concerns and yet here, we are two major things. Some course we heard about the revelations about archbishop McCarrick this past summer how he had four number of years been harassing seminarians. And also was found to have a substantiated. Allegation of child sexual abuse. Earlier this year, I think that revelation really kicked it off. And then it was compounded when the Pennsylvania grand jury report was released on August fourteenth detailing the fact that some three hundred priests had abused thousand children so lose to revelations this past summer brought us back, and they took us back to where we are today. Certainly with the Pennsylvania grand jury report, there is a fuelling even a perception created by the report and the news media following a report that that abuse happened in the very recent near past when in fact that report detailed allegations and incidents of abuse. Going back some seventy years, even in the state of Pennsylvania, the number of abuse cases since two thousand two is very very small. And I'm happy to say that is likewise true here in the archdiocese of Baltimore of the clergy abuse that we know of. Today. It has been twenty five years scenes, a priest heard a minor here in this archdiocese. Again, I wanna be clear that that's what we know of today. So when we think about how we got back here. I think about the Pennsylvania report and the revelations there certainly opened up what was an old wound. But in fact, a story that we had heard before what I'm speaking on. I think you probably know is is the revelations that occurred back in two thousand two as reported by the Boston Globe. And how the skin really broke wide open in Boston nearly two decades ago. How do you answer people who say that the church, and especially the bishops just aren't doing enough to prevent an address child sexual abuse in the church. I think it's important to take a look at our recent past in and how handling of allegations occurs today. Things are different. There has been a substantial evolution in the handling of allegations. And let me just speak for a moment about what we do here in the archdiocese today, and this is largely predicated upon the charter for the protection of young people. Unfortunately, thanks to our leadership here in your diocese. Even prior to the charter, we have been handling these allegations in a particular way. What is that number one? The first thing that we do when an allegation of child sexual abuse comes in is we reported to civil authorities. That's been the law here in the state of Maryland for over twenty five years now and we comply with that law. So even for person comes to us, and they're already an adult. We still. Report that as is prescribed by Maryland law that being gives the civil authorities their opportunity to do an investigation, and we likewise conduct our own internal investigation here at the level of the archdiocese. I oversee the team that does those investigations which is primarily led by Gerry Burkhardt who is our officer for child and youth protection. The team is also staffed by our vice chancellor, Sean Kane who also works in communications our legal counsel. Dave king cough. Are late chancellor, Dr Diane bar and our human resources director, Mr. Joe Smith. So we are the team that oversee and investigate these allegations. Unless there is a an immediate, and very substantial reason to rule out any allegation that comes forward against a priest. We remove that priest immediately from ministry, if he's still active in fact. That happened earlier this year where a person came forward with an allegation dating back to the nineteen seventies. And as soon as we received the information about that allegation, we reported it civil vortices did aren't initial investigation might also immediately removed the breeze from ministry, a significant component on that removal from ministry is our public disclosure that the priest been suspended and why so that's a substantial element in the of how allegations of sexual abuse has has occurred and has changed because now in the priest is removed. We tell our faithful we tell the public lies. He's being removed. We've been doing that even since before the charter here in the archdiocese of Baltimore that kind of transparency is extremely significant and important for our own credibility part of that process to in our public disclosure is if the preseason active ministry. At the time of his removal. We will conduct a meeting at his parish on ministry. So that the people had the opportunity to be informed and also ask questions about the allegation itself. A main reason why we want to make those allegations public is we understand that many victims survivors have a difficult time coming forward understandably, especially if they believe that they might be the only one. And so when we make a public disclosure about allegations, it gives other potential victims survivors the opportunity to know that they are not alone. And that the canon should come forward to us. The other thing that we do with victims survivors when allegations made is we usually and immediately offered them an apology on behalf of the church in near Stasi's. We also offer them counseling, and they can go to a counselor of their own choosing at the expense of the archdiocese. And we offer that counseling to them for. For as long as it takes for their own healing, which for many if not most is over the course of many years. Same process applies of the against an allay employees, or volunteer and appearance for school. Correct. That's correct. And I'm glad you brought that up because it does happen. There have been allegations within the last twenty five years, in fact, much more recently with regard to lay employees and volunteers. So the problem regrettably is is not completely finished in. It's certainly is not isolated to clergy alone. But we do have a safe environment training process here in the archdiocese. Now, it's called virtues, and it is required by anyone who would volunteer or be employed or be ordained here in the archdiocese of Baltimore. The purpose is that we want to create environments for young people that are absolutely as safe as they can possibly be. And we believe that that training has been fact of lie number one. Certainly we've seen the ins. Evidence of clerical sexual abuse decreased substantially since the nineteen seventies. In one thousand nine hundred eighty s also because of the reporting net comes into our office today, resulting from the safe environment sensitivity training that many of the reports that are made would indicate that people are keeping their eyes open. They're aware of things that are going around them. I would see that what we received today by way of reports into our office would largely fall under that broad category. You would call boundary violations or violations of our own archdiocese in code of conduct. So for example, it's against our code of conduct for an adult minister, whether it'd be a teacher or coach somebody working one of our schools to be texting a minor that's against the code of conduct. When that occurs, and it becomes known that's reported to our office. So that we can handle that here as well. So a number of those types of things. Certain are coming over the transom on a fairly regular basis, which means that the environment trainings are working that people are understanding what boundary violations are, and they know that there is a mechanism by which they can report them. In your meetings with victims survivors, what are you hear about their pain? And what do you say to them? What can you say to them? What I've learned is that healing is a lifelong struggle and most significantly that the healing process is not linear in terms of progress. In other words, it's not like they are better today than they were yesterday, and they're gonna be better tomorrow than they are today. It doesn't work that way for most. If not all victims survivors, sometimes they may have a period where they're making great progress. But at times there are setbacks and certainly seeing the incidents of child sexual abuse by clergy in the news would be something that for many does trigger setback. So the healing doesn't occur in a short period of time. It's a lifelong journey it doesn't occur in a linear fashion. But. One of the things that I have learned from many of the victims survivors, I've met with is that healing is in fact possible, and so much do we want that healing to occur? Then.
Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse discussion
"Spiderman into the spider verse? Yes. Coming out December fourteenth and time for Christmas. Just in time. Irs I am looking forward to this Troy because not only because it spider-man's Spiderman better mines vitamins. The animation. Looks amazing Amit a whole lot of stuff animated in that fashion before I don't know what they did different. But it's really touching. It's almost like they took comic book like a comic book and 'em enemy. Yeah. I think you're I mean, if if the trailers are any indication on how the movies gonna look. Wow. I mean, I even if you're Spiderman movie, I'll watch it choice, and I do have spent tattoo in is not a tramp stamp, Tom. I shoulder upside down still needed to be colored any tattoo artists out there. I need to colored. But anyway. Yeah. It's miles. Is it going to? Smiles miles Centric. Yeah. I guess it's going to be. Man. I can't say his name. Voicing miles. Morales. Sham Sam Sam lake more. Sorry picture. Please forgive me for butchering your named. Jay junks is going to be voicing Peter bar, despite Amanda, I'm guessing I think so yeah, there's an older Peter Pirker. Like like adult this. Peter Parker using the trailer. Right. Yeah. Even spider Spiderwoman spider doing this. Or I think spider woman's in it also. But the trae trailer is spider spider Gwynne, spider, Gwynne slash go spider. Major name fishes, so cool. I did a fan of spider win. I'm sorry. That's one of the spider. I really I I I'll be honest. I don't I don't know. I know very little, but yeah. Yeah. She's in it. All the older. Peter Parker spider Spiderman war, and everybody's favorite. Peter poker, pork, spider ham. Even brought in spite it's going to be Asom. I can't Troy this. This is this is gonna it's gonna be fun it, honestly, if there's no store just seeing all these characters in this animated movie is going to be so fun to watch. I think. Yeah. Like, I was saying. Whenever marvel puts all the same characters together. Like all the Spiderman you get a lot of comedy and action is turns out to be really good movie. DC does it you get the nightmare. Batman in. This the world ends. That's the two different ways. Those guys third the characters together. I did not know this until right now my phone who's voicing Spiderman, I did not know that crazy nNcholas Spiderman war, that's. The bees. We've got a live fiber is voicing kicking in and all alternate. Ultimate prowlers going to be voiced by all league from the what's what's his character's name in Luke eight. Can't remember it was cutting out cotton amount. Yeah. He's going to be voicing the prouder in spite of it'll be in the prowlers actually mouse's fecal yet. If you guys don't know there's Easter really didn't know about homecoming. Homecoming Donald Glover, the ad eight him, it's it was Kagame Aaron. Prowler? Yes. But yet the premise is on miles. Morales is reality playing reality universe. They something happens with a supercollider. They causes a rift between all the universes and all these other Spiderman come into malls Morales universe. And they have to do something to fix this before destroys all the realities. Don't know what it is. But it looks good. It's spite America, I'm going to watch it anyway, has Gobber Nsur watching as goblin all four being that is that one like that. Because I know in the previews the goblin giant Ormond. He's bulky and yet, I don't know if that's just there in dishes or what? But there's been about thousand renditions of goblin. Everybody's been the goblin at some point. It's going to be awesome. I think there's only two trailers out for this right now or one I seen. The only one