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Fresh update on "purdue" discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"And she can the message that she can unite across with suburban women. And that can build a governing coalition she can build a winning coalition. I just I don't see the need to say embraced the whole idea that she's more conservative than a dilettante. At this point I just I don't see it in and I just I think the commercial it looks cheap to. The commercial looks cheap I. Just I'm not a fan of it. So I know some people are so people just oh, she's going they're not I think it's dumb I think this. These are the sorts of ads run when you're not really a conservative. And that's the criticism and I think Doug, Collins could potentially take that Doug Collins could make that case. This is the edge Iran when you're not really conservative because no conservative feels the need to compare themselves to a monster who murdered millions of people. And that's what it till. The Hon actually is and the idea by the way, the the more conservative until of the Hud that's a liberal attack on conservatives, and she wants to embrace the liberal at why do you want to embrace the liberal attack on conservatives I just I think it was in bad for him I think it was in bad taste I think it was stupid. But she's ahead in the polls right now. She's ahead of the polls right now because you know, frankly the black lives matter stuff has worked for her the antagonism towards it and it's GonNa put her in an interesting spot, but also it's going to force the Democrats in Georgia to have to consolidate. The Democrats in Georgia absolutely are going to have to consolidate. Let me this is the HAC has a pull read read for you the the headlines here, a new poll conducted for the Atlanta Journal Constitution shows the presidential race in Georgia could not be closer with President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden tied in a political environment dominated by the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic as well as protests over racial inequality, the poll peg trump, and Biden at forty seven percent apiece with an additional one percent of voters back libertarian. Joe. Jorgenson. Only, four percent were undecided in the survey of one thousand, one, hundred, fifty likely voters conducted September eleventh through twentieth by the University of Georgia School of Public and international affairs. Georgia's twin US Senate. Races are also competitive US Senator David Purdue forty-seven Democrat also forty five or neck and neck within the polls margin of four percent libertarian. Shane Hazel has four percent. And around about five percent are undecided. Interesting Libertarian Shane Hazel gets more than liberty, Joe Jorgensen for president. The special election for US Senator Kelly Leffler seat is still highly unsettled. Leffler is pegged at twenty four percent echoing other polls that suggest she's built a slight lead but US representative Doug Collins her fierce Republican rival and Democrat. Raphael. warnock or within striking distance at roughly twenty percent each trailing Democrat Matt Lieberman and educator of the son of former US senator. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut with eleven percent of support, he and former prosecutor Tarver who's at five percent or face renewed calls within their party to quit the race to rally round warnock following the death of Supreme Court. Justice Ruth. Bader GINSBURG Libertarian. Brian's Lewinsky is at three percent, but the most important factor is seventeen percents still have not made up their mind. and. There are twenty one candidates on the ballot. Republicans have a choice of consolidating as well. And they're going to have to. They're going to have to..
This Siege YouTuber Got Blacklisted For Life
"We got all sorts of allegations to get through but this story starts with the hot breach podcast which rogue nine co hosted alongside other siege youtubers get flanked and purdue Pete and as far as siege specific podcast go it was pretty popular. Everybody. Welcome to a very special episode of the hot breach podcast back in October of twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred hot breach guys were invited by Ubisoft down to a balancing workshop that was being hosted in Barcelona. The idea was that they would come experience what the workshop had to say, and then record a podcast live in. Barcelona. The reality is this Barcelona trip was a disaster for everyone involved in actually led to the end of the hot bridge podcast because the very next day. All of Montreal based colleagues and many of the bustle based ones that I've been harassing her that I made her feel quote very uncomfortable and unsurprisingly making such a serious accusation against me turned an awkward situation into a complete nightmare. Now, almost a year after the trip rogue neither recently put a video talking about the harassment allegations made against him and how the Barcelona trip played a role in ultimately getting him blacklisted by UBISOFT. I will be sharing a story of how it was physically threatened at a rainbow six event by Ubisoft to staff member who was drunk off his face as well as details of defamation and match-fixing by another in the. Video, he also accuses to siege community developers of abusing their position, threatening him, and even allegedly match-fixing a charity Creator show match. We'll get to those accusations and a little bit but first, let's start with the harassment allegations and this Barcelona trip according to rogue nine in the months leading up to the Barcelona trip he struck up a conversation with ubisoft employees over DM's that quote got a bit personal and plying the things we're moving towards a romantic relationship last year between August and October things became a bit personal between a Ubisoft employees and me I'm not GonNa go into too much detail here, but it is important to briefly touch on this luckily. Almost all of our communications were over twitter DM's, and I still have the entire thread to prove exactly what happened these messages prove that she made the first advances and that she repeatedly encouraged me to keep in touch with her eventually rogue nine says that the woman he was talking to clarify the situation there wasn't going to be a romantic partnership and while he felt led on in was hurt and told her as much apparently according to him the whole thing was chalked up to a giant misunderstanding. Now, the woman wrote nine was talking to was the same woman that was going to be running the upcoming Barcelona balancing event which remember the hot. Breach guys were invited to, and well, Roque says that the Barcelona trip was awkward but ultimately harmless I've had multiple sources tell me a different story and sadly all of this happened right before a weeklong balancing workshop to Ubisoft Bacelona offices which she had organized and that I had committed to taking part in months earlier from what I was told, how get flagged shares his perspective in a recent video he uploaded wrote nine took the rejection pretty personally and it ruined the entire trip for the hot breach team. Once we arrived it was evident from like day one that it was going to be an issue like I would say that it was awkward. From the get go, there were awkward dinners with everyone involved rose co-hosted. Their best to distract him get flying says that road tried to confront her about the situation which wrote disputes. The point is this situation was terrible for everyone involved everything went from like awkward on a trip to just like dysfunction I. It was the attention was unbearable and it was so awful. Okay. It got to the point where like she very clearly like you had to like. The taxes that we took from the studio and back like you had to make sure that they weren't in the same taxi and stuff like that like it was it was awful like it was it consumed the entire trump. It went from rogue being consumed by who just putting a dark cloud over everything. Over, the course of that entire trip I never saw her do anything that I felt was unprofessional I never saw anything from any UBISOFT employees on that trip that I felt was unprofessional, and then the day the podcast was set to record with the employees featured as a prominent guest rogue nine allegedly tried to veto her because he was still upset about the entire situation. Well, they managed to get through the episode get says that rogue nines behavior on the trip caused him and prestige gop to actually. End The hot breach podcast after the Barcelona episode and to stop working with rogue nine. Altogether, we basically decided that point that we don't want to work with rogue anymore not long after that road nine received the email from ubisoft saying that they were banning him from ever working with us off again because of these alleged harassment allegations quote due to your conduct during the operator balancing sprint workshop and Barcelona. Spain, we regret to inform you that Ubisoft will no longer be working with you moving forward this. Includes future activation such as the London event taking place on October twenty fourth we have always will value the content you have created over the years that said we cannot and will not accept behavior directed towards UBISOFT staff that disrespectful dismissive or route, and shortly after get flanked, put his video sharing his perspective on the Barcelona bouncing trip road nine posted another tweet longer basically disputing a lot of the offense that get flank says happened at this point it's become a bit of a he said, he said. The crazy thing about this situation that you saw reached out to me with a statement long before I ever asked for comment, which to me says that they're taking this very seriously work of content creators is critical to the health and integrity of our communities and our relationship with these creators is built on mutual respect and professionalism at these principles are not respected. UBISOFT we'll take action deem appropriate in order to protect our employees, partners and the wider community and okay. So that wraps up the Barcelona and harassment.
Fresh "Purdue" from Kilmeade and Friends
"A great deal of time before the election that'll be up to mention the Senate Election Day is just six weeks away. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington Debra Rodriguez CBS NEWS, Atlanta temperature to a 1 56 degrees, WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish predicts clear skies overnight Low's 52 53 pics of clouds and sun Tuesday with highs in the low seventy's Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up, We're gaining new perspective on one of the United States Senate races here in Georgia Senator Purdue should be concerned about being below 50% as an incumbent, Georgia senator. WSB political analyst Bill Crane says with only a few exceptions,.
Experts: Revamped OxyContin hasn't curbed abuse, overdoses
"Of government health adviser says there's no clear evidence are harder to crush version of the painkiller OxyContin designed to discourage abuse actually resulted in fewer overdoses or deaths. The conclusion from the FDA comes more than a decade after Purdue Pharma revamped its blockbuster opioid Which has long been blamed for sparking a surgeon painkiller reviews beginning in the ninety's
During the pandemic, social media can be an information lifeline for rural communities
"So hard to quit facebook is that it's actually really essential for information support and connection. That's especially true in small rural communities where local news is mostly happening on facebook and people are turning to the platform is a resource for information about covid nineteen. But K. UNC's Adam raise reports from Colorado that in groups that were meant to keep people updated divisiveness is creeping in. Like many school districts across the country in Morgan. County, Colorado has been working on a plan for the fall. So some parents in the rural county have been turning to a more than five thousand, nine hundred member facebook group to get and share information. This is exactly what Christie spots Cobley had in mind when she created the group in two, thousand, twelve, I kept thinking we need a place where the community can go and find information many posts from people, asking questions or sharing information about covid nineteen restrictions, local politics, community resources, the local paper that covers the counties biggest city used to have four reporters. But now it shows just one full time reporter with another paper out here in. Rural America sometimes, we don't get information as fast as doing urban counterparts asked Nathan Trout he works on a farm near the town of Gan's and primarily uses facebook groups to buy or sell farm equipment, but he sees a broader value in them. So I think it's really or that we need to open up all meetings or communications that we we as AS Roma citizens know what's going on in our rural communities. These groups can provide a platform that wasn't available before Roberto Gherardo has helped rural areas take advantage of social media as director of the Purdue University Center for Regional Development. If you use it properly, you can convey value win formation. You can really truly have discussion and discourse. That helps he says there are also downsides and Morgan County facebook group administrator Cobley is seeing those now with covid nineteen I think there's so much longer before the pandemic she says, facebook group remained fairly civil now small number of posts provoked dozens of argumentative vulgar comments some with misleading or false information cobley was a hand off moderator before the pandemic but now I think I, it was time I. I need to get control back over of the group in March she posted some ground rules. That's vital part of moderating community based social media says Jeremy Lipshultz he's a professor at the University of Nebraska Omaha. Who Researches Social Media I think if you're honest and transparent and you keep your audience in mind in your fair with everybody fares as you can be, you're not going to make everybody happy. But I think it will work fairly well over time the moderating rules for the Morgan County facebook groups seemed to help but we still has weeks or she doesn't even want to look at the group and yet I think it will always be around one way or another. It's not something I will ever shut now still in mid-july. Cobley to crack crackdown on threads about mask-wearing requirements that devolved into arguments laced with profanities. That's K. UNC's Adam race from Colorado. And now, for some related links, it's hard to get numbers on how many people are joining new facebook groups during this pandemic. But lots of stories from all over the country and the world point two people gathering figure out how to deal with school reopening teachers getting together to share tips for remote learning small businesses, creating support networks for each other and sadly stories of groups devolving into such toxic discourse that their moderators closed them down. I will say I opened facebook for the first time in over a year to try to around and get a sense of how many community groups there might be, how many people are in them little light research and I did almost immediately find a page in my area had some updated information about my county and some restrictions on hair salons had recently been eased, and now I have hope I might be able to get a haircut soon. So that was actually kind of helpful although I did not read any of the comments. The thing that's frustrating is that although facebook makes it easy to create groups and you can kind of assume sadly that most people are on it. This is literally what the Internet started as a series of forums and chat groups and bulletin boards. It's what people have done online since online began and in some ways, the great lie about facebook is that you can't do this anywhere else. Have the groups, dumped the engagement algorithms and the hyper targeted ads and you know what you've got. The World Wide Web I'm
Purdue suspends 36 students after party violates new COVID-19 health guidelines
"As they come back to campus. Purdue recently suspended 36 students after they attended a party that the school
Colleges suspend in-person classes after outbreaks on campuses
"And the story Dozens of universities from New York to Kansas are battling clusters of new covert cases as the off campus parties rage on, many are anxious over their colleges. Safety plans nationwide at least 22 states reporting outbreaks on college campuses. NC STATE, the latest university moving toe online instruction. Blaming off campus parties for covert clusters. Purdue suspending 36 students for a party Wednesday night, and the University of Kansas reporting 87 students tested positive linking a large majority of those cases, toe fraternities and sororities. That was a B C's with Johnson reporting
36 Purdue University students suspended after off-campus party
"Another case of covert 19 transgressions. CBS's Jim Crow Sula, Purdue University has suspended three dozen students for attending a large off campus party. The action came less than 24 hours after the president of the school in West Lafayette, Indiana, made it a university violence. Jin Tau host or even go to a party that didn't follow the school's Koven 19 guidelines on Appeals
36 Purdue University students suspended after off-campus party
"Another college. Another case of Copan 19 transgressions, CBS's Jim Krystle Purdue University has suspended three dozen students for attending a large off campus party. The action came less than 24 hours after the president of the school in West Lafayette, Indiana, made it a university violation Tau host or even go to a party that didn't follow the school's Koven 19
36 Purdue University students suspended after off-campus party
"Suspending three dozen students for attending a party and breaking Covad Protocol, School officials say Just one event can undo everything they've done to allow students to continue their educations in person. Colleges and universities across the country have opted for online learning after finding positive virus cases on campus. Next news Update at
36 students at Purdue University suspended after party
"Purdue University has announced. It's a spending 36 students who attended an off campus party at Co op housing School says the students violated a protect Purdue pledge a rule that's been in effect since May, students will have a hearing and could be booted from the
36 students at Purdue University suspended after party
"Purdue University has announced. It's a spending 36 students who attended an off campus party at co op housing schools says the students violated a protect Purdue pledge a rule that's been in effect since May.
Purdue suspends 36 students who attended gathering amid pandemic
"University students have been suspended for partying Madison McGill Report 46 students have been suspended for violating produced Corona virus guidelines. The party was at Circle Pines Cooperative. Produced dean of students at Purdue husband clear with their guidelines to students and says they understand students need to be sociable but to put off holding large gatherings during the pandemic.
U.S. Seeks as Much as $18.1 Billion From Purdue Pharma
"The US Department of Justice is demanding oxycontin maker Purdue Pharma pay as much as eighteen point one billion in penalties as part of its bankruptcy reorganization plan. The Wall Street Journal reports on the civil side. The DOJ is seeking two point eight billion, which could be tripled under the law for tax dollars spent battling the US opioid epidemic, as well as kickbacks to doctors and pharmacies, and transferring cash to hide money from creditors on the criminal side. Federal prosecutors want purdue to pay a six point, two, billion fine and the forfeiture of potentially three and a half billion more over marketing and distribution that violated criminal statutes including anti kickback laws misbranding under the Food Drug and Cosmetic Act and conspiracy.
Obituary: Herman Cain
"Herman Cain helped define the American black conservative movement. He also set the stage for trump by Philip Elliott. Herman. CAIN remembered the nineteen ninety-six moment that changed his political trajectory as clearly as any in his life. The businessman was advising Jack Kemp's vice presidential campaign and accompanied the boss to the iconic Sylvia's soul food restaurant in Harlem for an event a man in the crowd shouted out to Kane and colleagues Black Republicans, there's no such thing. The. Same Man in canes telling called them Uncle Toms. The episode. So angered Kane that when he got home from that campaign swing, he switched from a registered independent to a card carrying member of the Republican. Party and over the next quarter century, the child of the segregated south became one of the best known black Republicans in the country briefly rising to be his party's presidential front runner for the two thousand twelve nomination and remaining one of the most quotable stars in conservative media. So committed to his party's stick it in the I e host was Cain that he flew to Tulsa. Oklahoma for President Donald, trump's first return to the campaign trail after one hundred thousand US corona virus deaths despite dire warnings from public health experts at that endure rally on June twentieth the stage four colon cancer survivor posed for pictures without wearing a mask and sat in the packed stands with fellow fans of the president on June twenty-ninth Cain tested positive for the corona virus. On July second, his aides announced he had been hospitalized while fighting the disease his twitter account continued to criticize mask wearing and to promote unproven endorsements of hydroxy. On. July. Thirtieth CAIN aides announced he had died from the White House trump attributed the death to the thing called the virus cain among the most prominent Americans to die during this pandemic who was seventy four In many ways, Kane and trump were cut from the same cloth neither had been elected to any political post before running for the White House, both delighted in needling the Republican Party's establishment and the mainstream press they shot from the hip campaigned in slogans and didn't much care to learn the details. Both men were dogged by allegations of sexual affairs and inappropriate behavior, and both denied the allegations they proved disqualifying for Kane who ended his bid in December twenty eleven under intense scrutiny. But they did not derail trump just one election cycle. Later, they were also both savvy exploiters of the media. In saying things they knew would provoke outrage and thus amplify the celebrity at the core of their bids indifference toward if not hostility against what had come before was a cornerstone of their strategy, not a flaw. CAIN was born in Memphis in nineteen forty-five to a domestic worker mother and a janitor father when his dad was hired to be the chauffeur for the head of coca-cola, the family moved to Atlanta where cain would graduate from Morehouse College. He then completed his graduate studies at Purdue University after civilian service in the navy from there Kane moved from engineer to executive with Pillsbury and its subsidiaries of Burger King and Godfather's pizza where he would be its CEO. In nineteen, Eighty Eight, he oversaw Godfather's. From, Pillsbury throughout the same time yelled positions with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. That part of his resume lead trump to consider cane for a position in his administration a move that drew dissent from fellow Republicans who were not eager to revisit the allegations against Kane for three years. Kane led the national. Restaurant Association a lobbying arm for the industry that paid settlements to at least two women who detailed canes unwanted advances. His was not a typical career in his post. CEO Years Cain became a sought after motivational speaker and unsuccessful presidential candidate in two thousand and a Senate one in two thousand four. As, the tea party movement started to organize after Barack Obama's election to the White House. Kane emerged as one of its strongest spokespeople when the twenty twelve election cycle began kane decided to run the scrappy est of campaigns focused on untrue additional travel schedule that often seemed more like a book tour than an organizing effort. His novel nine, nine nine tax plan proposing a nine percent corporate business flat tax, a nine percent personal income flat tax and a nine percent national sales tax drew I rolls from economists but curiosity from voters. Antipathy toward front runner Mitt Romney proved sufficient to give cain a chance to rise in the late summer and fall of twenty eleven until his personal life just proved too much. But he didn't shrink from podcast life. Instead he became a ubiquitous voice and reliable critic of Democrats
Judge: Purdue Pharma must halt some political contributions
"Federal Bankruptcy judges ruled that OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma is not allowed to contribute money to organizations aim that the election efforts for state attorneys general, But the judge said the company can continue giving to some other political groups advocates for angry earlier this month. It was learned the company had made $185,000 in political contributions after declaring bankruptcy.
Ga. Democratic Senate candidate's wife has virus
"His Corona virus test results all soft tells Channel two action news. He and his wife knew her role is an O. B g Y n doctor at Emory put her at risk for the Corona virus since the beginning of the pandemic since she works every day in the hospital, and she's delivering babies. You know they can't shut that down. The baby's keep coming, no matter what's going on in the world s off, says they both have mild symptoms. He's challenging Republican Senator David were due in November. Over the weekend. Purdue tweeted his well wishes for all soft and his wife, Cheryl Castro, 95.5. WSB WSB news time. 303 traffic and weather on the way
Atlanta - Jon Ossoff Self-Quarantines After Wife Tests Positive For Coronavirus
"Jon Ossoff's says he's in self quarantine after his wife who works at Emory tests positive for Corona virus. He also says that he's been feeling sick. And was tested Saturday and is waiting for the results. Here's WSB. Cheryl Castro also says he's in self quarantine after his wife and Emory University Dr contracted the Corona virus on Saul says his wife had mild symptoms and that he's also feeling sick. Also office challenging incumbent Senator David Purdue in November.
President Trump visits Atlanta to announce plans to streamline infrastructure projects
"More more deaths. deaths. It It was was a quick trip into Atlanta today, President Trump with an appearance to make a transportation admission of announcement, specially. I appreciate a state called Georgia in this election season. President Trump name dropping Georgia, Atlanta and those in the crowd, including Senators Purdue in Leffler, Congressman Collins and governor Camp, the president at the UPS facility in Hapeville detail in what he says will speed up the permitting process for big transportation projects down to two years or less a spotlight on an expansion of ice. 75 south of Atlanta to allow dozens of new lane miles for commercial driving
Absentee Landlords Interfere With Farmers Protecting Water, Soil
"Some of our biggest environmental problems like water, pollution and endangered wildlife caused by large scale farming, which means farmers are in a position to reduce environmental damage or at least mitigate it. Why don't they one reason? They often don't own much of the lands that they farm. Here's NPR's Dan Charles. Lisa Solti more loves nature I. Reached Her while she was visiting the forests of northern Minnesota I can only describe it as healing. All the stress of our world, and said she just forget about it when you're in one of these beautiful old growth for as she teaches ecology. At University, but when she moved to Iowa seventeen years ago, she struggled a little. She didn't have that same feeling standing in vast fields of corn. She wasn't hearing any birds or seeing many bugs all. I can here are the leaves of the rustling corn around me and not one other. Biological Noise at all right? It's you know they call it the green. Desert and there is a lot of land like this this year. Corn and soybeans covered land. That's equal in size to all the East Coast States from New York to Georgia. But solti more says it doesn't have to be a green desert. She's been studying what she calls. Prairie Strips stretches of land, running through fields of corner soybeans. We're farmers of set-aside may be percent of the land for tall, stemmed grasses and wildflowers. It's a different world there. She says birds singing their bees buzzing. They were crickets chirping. There was stuff hopping around. These bits of prairie also protect soil and water capture carbon dioxide from the air. For this to happen, though farmers have to be willing to give this land back to nature and many experts on farmland say it can make economic sense. One of them is Steve. Brewer President of People's company in Des Moines Iowa who buys sells and manages farmland across the country. One of the first things that we do and we do this on every farm that we managed as we run, these profitability maps. His company creates a detailed map of the. The farm what they spend and what they earn on every acre, and they're finding consistently that some of that land loses money. It's amazing about ten to fifteen percent of all the acres in Iowa aren't profitable. They're those hillsides with eroded soil spots where water collects in a big puddle after every rain. That is where they advise farmers to cut their losses may be bring back the prairie. Some farmers are doing this Kinda. Thing most are not. And one reason the farm experts say is an under appreciated fact about America's farmland farmers only owned about half their land the rest of it. They rent year-by-year from a collection of landlords. Linda pro copy from Purdue University has studied those landowners. There are very diverse group of people much more diverse than farmers. Many are elderly retired farmers now renting the land to the next generation, some inherited it from grandparents. You have younger urban people who co owned a piece of land with. Don't know anything about farming so when it comes to managing that Land Steve. Brewer from People's company says it often plays out like this. Let's say somebody owns one hundred sixty acres. Thirty of those acres are lousy for growing crops, but they'll rent out. The whole thing is a landowner you want. Those thirty acres farmed because you're trying to get rental revenue on every acre that you can get, and the farmer will go along because he or she really wants one hundred thirty good acres. Sarah Carlson longtime environmental advocate with the group practical farmers of Iowa gets annoyed by landowners who just want their rent check? We need to start calling landlord, slum lords and a lot of cases. They're just as guilty she says consider something else. Cover crops vegetation that farmers can plant in the season to protect and enrich the soil. It's great for the environment and for your crops in the long run, but it costs money upfront, so tenant farmers who may not be there in the long run are reluctant to spend that money. Carson says some landlords do care enough that they'll spend the money to protect the Environment Bill. Does prairie strips pay for cover crops? But they're the exceptions I mean. Even my mom wasn't that kind of landlord and I'm her daughter like I'm like. What do you mean we're not going to do? Cover crops was wrong with you Steve, brewer? Land Brooker says he does see signs of things are changing. There's a new kind of landowner showing up people who didn't inherit the farmland, but decided to buy it. Some of them because they care about how foods produced and the environment, others are purely investors for them. The land is a financial asset, but they understand that this asset can't increase in value if they protected. Dan Charles NPR
"purdue" Discussed on Knowledge@Wharton
"Purdue Pharma Company that made billions of dollars selling the prescription Painkiller oxycontin filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection earlier this week. The move came days after the company reached a tentative settlement with numerous state and local governments over the impact opioids have had in recent years some states have rejected the settlement settlement and are continuing legal proceedings against the sackler family who owns purdue. Pharma various reports say the settlement is between ten and twelve billion dollars with three billion billion coming from the sackler themselves but some feel that the sackler whose net worth Forbes estimates to be thirteen billion dollars back in two thousand sixteen. Maybe getting off easy more than forty seven thousand deaths were attributed to opioids in each of the last two years according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and had it remains a top crisis for many communities with more on this. We're joined on the phone by Jonathan Lipson who's holds the cone share and his professor at the Beasley School of law a Temple University and also joining US Lindsey Simon Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia Law School Jonathan Lindsey. Thank you both for your time today. Okay thank you. Thank you thank you so Jonathan. I guess kind of lay out some of the groundwork here as to what we will probably see with that chapter eleven being filed sure well the first thing I think that is top of mind for almost everybody who's focused on all. All of these cases is the effect of the automatic. Stay when Purdue Pharma a file for bankruptcy eleven twenty two on Sunday evening a an injunction a nationwide injunction went into effect halting all litigation against the company at least in theory for the non settling plaintiffs the state attorneys general and others who are suing Purdue Pharma that's obviously a problem because they would like to continue their lawsuits outside of bankruptcy against purdue and presumably the Sackler of course the company's view is that I think they they shouldn't be permitted to do this that they should come back into. They should be forced to come into the bankruptcy estate so they're going to fight about the the application application of the stay to these government actors and they're going to be about the application of the stay to WHO to protect the sackler who themselves are not debtors in bankruptcy so presumptively are not entitled to the same protection that the company is Lindsay. What do you see as the as the impact of this yourself of of all of this occurring at this point and the chapter eleven. I think it's long been in the news that a chapter eleven was at least part of the potential plan for resolving pretty farmers issues. I think the fact that it's happened now. quite near an upcoming trial is a again and not a surprise anybody but I think the fact that we are in chapter. Eleven changes the momentum. It changes the incentive structure. It shifts a lot of power in to produce these court because again the veteran bankruptcy is the master of their case and while there's a lot of approval that has to happen for things to go forward. They control the narrative at this point and so you know. I I agree the issue surrounding the automatic. Stay whether parallel litigation. We'll be joined is a threshold issue. That's very important but all the while in the backdrop. It's an ongoing negotiation. Obviously they're settling parties in their non-settling parties but the terms of the settlement is going to continue to shift over the course of the bankruptcy and that's a feature of the bankruptcy process not that's by design that that will continue to occur and Lindsey. I've read a couple of reports that say and the twelve billion dollar number that has been thrown out there in terms of the settlement. There's also been some reporting that that number may even have the opportunity to go lower than that twelve billion dollars and I think that's a concern for for a lot of people that are that are watching this from the outside well. I'll say I think based on what I've seen reported. Obviously none of us have seen the terms of the settlement and that's probably because it's still still being adjusted and negotiated behind the scenes. I don't think anyone expects it to be twelve billion dollars in cash. I think the a lot of evaluations it's been reported comes from the public goodwill value of giving away drugs and not to say that that's not valuable but the new company is going to still have to pay the manufacture those drugs so numbers and evaluations are going to drop significantly in terms of actual dollars in the bank to be distributed Java yeah I any part of what's interesting about this case is that I think Davis Polk lawyers for the for the debtor for the company are doing their best to try to make this look like a garden variety variety mass tort bankruptcy and there have been many of those really since Manville H. Robbins created the template for using chapter eleven to try to manage edge mass tort liability companies have been funding trusts or other mechanisms with their shares in order to satisfy hi creditors claims as and when they are determined in amount and that is I think at at heart the structure of what purdue is going to try try to do here. what's different of course is that you have state actors governmental actors in there's plaintiffs and they are at least going to take the position that they should be treated differently front end of the case and so for example. They're not settling now and they will undoubtedly totally say that. They're not obligated settle because the there's an exception under the bankruptcy code from this day folks governmental entities that are enforcing using their police are regulatory powers. not sure who wins that argument. I suspect they ultimately will come into the process. I think they will be forced in one way or the other and then the question action will be what happens in the plan. you know certainly there will be lots and lots of negotiation and right now. I think everybody is simply jockeying for a position and trying to exert as much leverage as they possibly can for the non-settling creditors. Staying out of bankruptcy is is probably the best strategy that they can employ Lindsey. I think also also a lot of people are are are wondering what is going to be the status of Purdue Pharma itself of the company steelers the CEO the currency. Yeo said that the best way to battle the OPIOID crisis is for the company to stay open and again. I've seen the debtor in his pleadings. We'll suggest that all of the assets and basically the core purdue Pharma is going to be created into this new entity that is serving a purpose rather than a for profit purpose. We haven't seen the contours scores of that because the plan is an affiliate but assuming the company exists in that structure. There's some intuitive appeal to the fact that alive the company continues chew bringing proceeds that can continue to fund the various initiatives of trust that being said. I think it's very clear that part of the concern with this company continuing to do Business Nisa that profiting off of continuing opiate sales is going to help pay off the previous harm so this hearkens to the tobacco cases where continuing tobacco sales helped pay. Hey for the settling amounts to tobacco Clayton so if I if I can jump in here I think I could be wrong but I believe that purdue has said that there are not going to continue to manufacture opioid and in fact I think they're seeking an injunction from judge drain in New York sort of imposing on themselves you know the the restraint the of an injunction prohibiting them from doing that and I think so so whatever they're going to be selling I think we'll be something else and I don't know enough enough about the businesses because they're private to know exactly what they would plan to do in the future but I think the idea is that you know like Manville and you know every asbestos company you know in history. They're going to continue operations in order to fund whatever path there are right and and I think Lindsay going off of a point. You were mentioning a second ago. Whatever trust would be set up. I think the expectation of of a lot of the the attorneys general that are involved in this and probably a lot of people that have been impacted this is that whatever benefit there comes from the trust each should be put back into some form of treating reading the the crisis that is that is across America right now and I think I think especially as evidence that the first day hearing yesterday as carefully we put out an all the pleadings the debtors representatives. They're making very clear that that's the approach here. They are doing everything at least at this point from public facing perspective perspective to show that that's the goal so that you know again. Everyone said well. Let's let's not focus on the past. Let's focus on the other hand. Let's focus on what we're doing today to move forward and make things right and whether you believe that that's the right approach or not. I think everything we've seen so far is consistent with trying to make sure the prophets do Goto. Hugh funds those things so Jonathan. How do we distinguish the role in this of purdue Pharma in comparison with the sackler family and the profits fits that they have taken out of the company and put into into various locations around the world. let me let me. I'm happy to answer that in conjunction with responding there's something that Lindsey just said I think she has said well. You Know Council and other representatives for the company they are trying to you know act in the the public interest and that in fact is the goal of the settlement and the goal of the chapter eleven reorganization process maybe right. I think that is certainly possible however her I think it is well worth considering the fact that the sack lers themselves are probably going to view themselves as being beneficiaries of this process if it takes form in certain ways and so so you know for example extending the state of protects them from Litigation Gatien would be an enormous benefit and it's going to be a difficult question for judge drain to answer in this case because the sackler is are not like the ordinary third parties who get the benefit of a stay for a bunch of reasons including the fact that typically when we do that we do it because the you know the the the beneficiaries raise our managers directors officers responsible for reorganizing the company here the Santa Claus said were out and so while it is true. They're putting three billion dollars in or whatever we don't know exactly what they're putting in you know it's also true that the states that are not settling may think that they have have the ability to recover for more than that through a litigated process outside of bankruptcy from this actors and if that's the case then you know obviously the sackler it is very important to protecting this actors in addition to advancing whatever public schools on the company may not have in mind as is you both mentioned we still have the. Ohio case kind of looming at this point. Lindsey and I think a lot of people are wondering how all of this could have some impact patch on on what's going on or what will be going on out in Ohio in courtroom. I think the fact that purdue has now filed and has settled with is my understanding the plaintiffs in the NBA oh I think it removes purdue from that conversation separate apart from whether they're already ongoing several issues but I mean the other defendants winced these defendants in the opioid how they are settling leading up to his trial date. I think that's what judge pollster had in mind. I don't know perhaps this removes one more a big player from the table until everyone's still remaining in that trial will be looking around and evaluating their options as well yeah. I think I think that's right. I think that there are a a couple of of of twists here though think about the first is that Oklahoma just got you know half a billion dollars at trial before a judge uh-huh right and so if I am the Attorney General of say Pennsylvania Right I'm might find it difficult to capitulate to the settlement that is on the table because you know when I run next for reelection people are going to ask her why did you why did you not go under you know Oklahoma's just gotten and a half million dollars these are elected officials and they are sensitive to that stuff and of course I think they are dealing with a massive public health crisis so so it's GonNa be she's going to be tough for for them to stay out and you know I don't know anything in particular about the Sacco's but certainly in the media they are not portrayed as the world's most sympathetic defendants defendants and you know having transfer two billion dollars. Apparently you know about ten years ago to a Swiss bank accounts. You know it may or may not be recoverable in bankruptcy probably it's not but who knows but you know like. I don't want to be a defendant. If I'm the Sackler I very much want the bankruptcy process process to protect me if I can well and even the Oklahoma case I think becomes important as you said for for some of the other states attorney general or state attorneys general excuse me because there's an estimation that that half a billion dollars may have been less than what they probably should have gotten in that settlement settlement because of how vast this this problem is around the country. This crisis is and not only just how much money and finance has been lost by people and and by companies up to this point but how much more is going to have to be paid out to be able to correct a lot of these problems right which raises two other other issues. I is that bankruptcy see you know is certainly an invitation to negotiation as Senator Warren says Anwr casebook but it also process for very rapidly determining the amount of UN- you know on liquidated claims right so all these you know plaintiffs right now the states they a. We don't know how much they're owed. That's why they're going to trial. They may not be anything but bankruptcy would significantly expedite that and it's not at all difficult to imagine and purdue creating trying to create proceedings procedures that might you know not favor the the states. It's in determining the amount that they're actually oh so. I think that the you know when Lindsay says that the debtor-in-possession remains you know has a lot of power that's true and this is one of the reasons I think the other thing that's in I'm sure in the minds of of all of the observers here especially the state attorneys general whatever happens here right is going to set a certain kind of president and so others with Pharma exposure opioid exposure.
"purdue" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Wherever you listen to podcasts. This is on point Meghna Chalker bardy. We're talking this hour about what's re- been. Revealed in the fully unredacted complaint. That's been filed by the Massachusetts attorney general against Oxycontin maker Purdue pharma, an individual members of the family that founded in owns the company the Sackler family. I'm joined today by Barry Meyer. He's a former New York Times reporter who has covered produced farmers since two thousand one he's also author of painkiller an empire of deceit and the origin of America's opioid epidemic. Christine Wilmsen also joins us. She senior investigative editor. And reporter here at our home station of WB, you are and a little bit later this hour, we're expecting the Massachusetts attorney general to join us directly. And I want want to once again mention that we did invite Purdue pharma to join us as well. And they declined so Christine pick up on the thought that you had you're sharing with us before the break here that there are some very revealing numbers about the the breath and the extent to which Purdue pharma may direct contact with physicians in Massachusetts. And and I presume that it was a pattern. That they also used elsewhere in other states here tells more about those numbers, and why are they significant? Well, a lot of times they develop these programs or tactics to increase sales. So one of them was called region zero and region zero was Purdue pharma started seeing some other sales slipping a bit not as much as they wanted. So they created this project or region zero in which they focused on the highest pain doctors, the ones that were giving them the most prescriptions, and they doubled down with them so sales reps increased their visits to the doctors that already potentially were abusing the drug is I over prescribing it so that was one of the tactics in that really paid off for them will so regarding region zero the complaint alleges that that Purdue pharma no-one had more information than Purdue pharma itself, but who may be over prescribing Oxycontin, right? And there's an example here they have in two thousand nine the complaint alleges that have produced sales manager had emailed, then see. EEO that a certain doctor might have been running what amounted to quote, an organized drug ring a pill mill, but that they did not the company didn't report the information to the DA or state authorities for more than two years until after that doctor had been arrested. Yeah, there's several examples like that in the complaint. There's also one where a sales rep reports that he or she believes that this physician might be over prescribing because there was lawn chairs around the street corner with people in line getting the Oxycontin. But a lot of times these warnings were never reported, which they're required by law. They were never reported. And so these doctors kept prescribing and the complaint alleges some of those prescriptions led to the death of people in Massachusetts. Yes. Oh, berry Meyer in terms of the aggressiveness that pretty pharma sales reps of visited doctors here. I'm seeing you know parts of the report saying that, for example, a Purdue sales rep visited a doctor particular, doc. Massachusetts more than six hundred times. The rep was in his office almost every workday. They'd meet on Monday to discuss patients who would be coming in that day. And then on Tuesday, the sales rep would go back to confirm that the doctor had those patients on Purdue opioids. This story. The the aggressive marketing of Oxycontin, the aggressive marketing of Oxycontin to doctors who were over prescribers or running pill mills goes back to the early two thousands. It was going on. I took trips to South Carolina Georgia there were pill mills operating there. There were doctors there that were being serviced by Purdue pharma representatives who subsequently went to prison. I think it's instructive to know that this system of knowing what doctors prescribed it's called the IMF system where we're prescription information is captured was developed by Arthur Sackler, one of the three Sackler brothers who founded Purdue Frederick the forerunner to do pharma. So they were masters at this. They were mastered drug marketers mastered, drug advertisers..
"purdue" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Unfortunately, a lot of the previous litigation was settled the documents were sealed I was fortunate enough to get a voluminous report that that the Justice department had done back in two thousand and six when they're about to prosecute top executives of producer for felonies. And without those documents show is at the Sackler is were aware allegedly aware that this drug was being abused was being abused much earlier than the company reported they'd gotten field reports from sales reps Purdue through the years has gone to great lengths to create. What apparently now is a myth that the Sackler were not involved with this companies that they were some benevolent people who took the money from legitimate drug sales and bestowed on museums and medical schools and so forth. At one point in time Purdue even put out a statement saying that the Sackler held, quote, no management positions, ROY totally apparently untrue. Like many statements for do has made over the years. In fact, as Christine was saying, they were definitely involved. They were deeply involved. They were micromanaging the operations they were giving up the prophet. So you know, this wall that Purdue has spent tens of millions of on to create this public relations Mirage is starting to fall apart. And we're now starting to glimpse the truth, and no so Christine, there's so many parts here that we spend quite a bit of time talking about just want to highlight another one. So for example, the Massachusetts complaint alleges that around two thousand seven the Sackler and two thousand seven zero critical date here, and we'll talk a little bit more about why that is. But that the Sackler is wanted to separate themselves from the mounting legal risks that came with their business selling Oxy con. John and the complaint suggests that there are emails that say that they wanted to hire a loyal CEO or perhaps even sell the company, and if they couldn't sell the company begin taking profits out and and paying the family directly now from two thousand seven to roughly two thousand eighteen the complaint says it outlines a figure a number about how much in payouts of Purdue Purdue profits went to the Sackler family. What's that that total number total dollars? You remember? Yeah. It's pretty astonishing four billion dollars with a B each quarter. They would get tens of millions of dollars at told us up to four billion dollars. These are members of the board. Right. They're controlling members of the board making the decision to draw the prophets out and pay the family directly. Well, and keep in mind repeatedly. They said it still wasn't enough. There was all this pressure that they weren't meeting expectations some of the sales reps. And so they wanted even more. Than that. And vice a couple other plans to make sure that they increase their sales. I should say clearly that we did reach out to Purdue pharma and record it representatives of the Sackler family and asked them to join us this hour, they declined they pointed us back to a statement that they released on January thirty first so just last week and berry Meyer in that statement, Purdue pharma says Massachusetts seeks to publicly vilify Purdue it's executives employees and directors while unfairly undermining the important work. We have taken to address the opioid addiction crisis by taking out of context snippets from tens of millions of documents and grossly distorting their meaning the complaint is riddled with demonstrably inaccurate allegations. Does Purdue have a point there? I mean, we're talking about a major company whose communications over many years does. Amount to tens of millions of documents. They're saying that Moore. Healy the admixtures attorney general is crafting a a fiction that serves her aunt her needs. What do you think?.
"purdue" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Curry is one of those guys let you know, it's pretty good company baseline, right inbound for woods. He gets it into western hands back to woods outside the top of the key JAL three. Ohio State outside. Wis crowd rises fills the building and turnover arts knocked it away from up top towards the far sideline. He told towards the scores table the try to save it out of bounds. Twenty to shoot for Purdue halfway through the second Purdue led by fifteen in the first step by ten at half time. They lead by two now. State over remember led by night. It's like watching a pocket building. You and I are going to play a little snooker afterwards Edwards ill. Throws up a top of the key three. Plenty of time of the Shacklock. Just feel it hitting. Wow. Are you see a guy swift to defenders you think he's gonna keep his dribble alive enough room to shoot a premier sixty one fifty six Purdue back in front by five inside a ten to play Jolla left wing for Ohio State to the top Broadway, west and flings at right side, for woods one dribble. Back to arms at the top left side for Muhammad seven shoot Muhammed starts the drive. Shut up is the bottom of it stops him in the paint spinning right hand hook had it blocked farms picks up the loose ball. And here comes up by five big shot by everage yell silenced. Everybody and a trip thing left wing three who he checked their he missed it rebounded the corner for arms and he saves it sprint center. The front court sideline left and pulls up teach is lead past four. Muhammad throws it for woods at the top banks a harm slips up the shot. No, good foul or harms frustrated and to prevent himself from screaming towards somebody. He ends up rolling onto his belly. Just yelling at the park eighth floor. May attacks time. Sampling, those meeting doing expensive for nice shrive, though, gave this guys had.
"purdue" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Can go around you on the dribble. So they just keep playing east to west. They could use an old fashioned motion kind of offense. But a lot of coaches don't run anything like that anymore. So they just don't have anybody who can beat their man individually eight turnovers in the last five minutes for the buckeyes Purdue riding a eight point lead has Edwards on the right wing. A flare up a three foisting one up on the wing. Thermometer got Muhammad the air, and he was just trying to get the three free throws. We watch the replay gives them a little update he goes it. And then he just leaves it and winds up getting. Purdue is very much Ohio State rather very much in danger. I haven't they trained pull out on was on good friend Vernon. Few the final season of mardi gras. Forty six years in the reg booth is the first free throw up in good Connecticut's. Very fine basketball institute men. Did you ever heard a couple of old clips the pro basketball was good? That's this saying train is pulling out. I think fitting considering we've got pretty action tonight. The second of three three. This guy. Something else blue ribbon preseason national player of the year preseason big ten player of the year, Jerry West award winner last year as the top shooting guard in the country. And by the way is only put up better numbers this year. Is it a forty point game against Texas already this season third free throw off the front rim..
"purdue" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Long rebound at the top of it should Purdue offensive board leads to a Wheeler wing three off the he'll no good backside. Muhammad. They are struggling for. I believe two for ten or eleven now. Struggling from the floor Purdue and they're good shots. Basically the hawks in very bad shots in the bunch to for six from three thus far. Here's woods out high for Ohio State, fourteen shoot throws it left for Andrei western flashing of the top Giancarlo feeds it into the post for Ayla blessed sandwiched between two Boilermakers in spun towards the rim and drew up. A good start for Ohio State of for no other reason than Caleb Wesson estate out of foul trouble. And what he's on the floor. They're a different team. He is he is quick seat for guy that size, and he gets that kind of position you're pretty much helpless. Avenue. Throw the redshirt junior at two hundred twenty pounds committed the foul sending the west into the line of good free. Throw shooter at six foot nine two hundred seventy pounds averaging sixteen and seven and he flips his first free throw up and good. That's another thing when he's not on the four they missed the ability to get the free throw line. The line more than everybody in the team makes more free throws. And they they have a hard time just getting to the line there about even with their opponents. So when he's out there usually at a big disadvantage in that in that statistical category. Second one is up and good nicely shot and shuttle hundred sixteen this year already gets a breather does Caleb lessons so incomes Jaden. La Di is going to potentially get some more minutes. Lebron averaging seven a game a true freshman Houston at six nine to thirty. But with young out it's going to get some more chances twelve six Ohio State leads Purdue with the ball at Edwards controlling out. High bounce pass to the top four Williams hands back to Edwards was rolling to his right? Tripped up hit the deck slid got called for the traveling violation. And another. Wow. Purdue with another turnover that six. Six turnovers averaging nine in this last seven stretch. We haven't played eight minutes yet. That's not a good sign. Although the states defense has something to do that. They're really out there. They're playing with a sense of urgency tonight. They know what's on the line. Twelve minutes to play in the first staff twelve six Ohio State the lead in the ball. Woods wide to the right to the top four Ledeen and saw for CJ Jackson rose to woods who flashes to the left wing cross court pass right-wing Jackson's hits a three drills. Screen. So he can run a flare on the I was good. I was good move bowed out the ball, very subtle but perfectly executed. You got a great screen and Jackson skirt up knocked at three down. Good footwork. Get that shuttle and Ohio State takes its largest lead at nine. Why do the rights to to Edwards at the top over to Grady? I for left elbow finds a cutting Williams go into the Randy catches and leaves it in when you're struggling to get inside. Especially with the team doesn't really have a rim-protector in Ohio State. That's inside. They couldn't stop Andre Wes and leads them with ten blocks. That's it this year. The average about one block game at big ten. At the top. Here's Jolla lost it. Good defense by Stefan of it. She recovers leaves it for CJ Jackson between the big rings. The Ohio State. Logos starts the drive penetrates right lane halfway down the paint went up into the air. And drew foul. Ten fifty seven to flavor will step aside. We'll give you the foul situation on the other side eleven to play first half buckeyes, fifteen Boilermakers eight. You're listening to college basketball, ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by. Huge savings are here at JC.
"purdue" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Extra possession. At purdue. Got that's been a key part of their successively that affects of rebound. We'll give you some numbers eye-popping about then creating extra opportunities shoot a lot of threes. A lot of long rebounds. And they often get them Luther Muhammad from the top spitting on the defender hanging in the air from the left side of the rib making it up in. High of state, obviously time you take the lead at home early confidence Williams for one from three point range this year takes all right wing three. The big man misses. And here comes Ohio State. I was very out of character. There's a feed to the interior for Caleb west at the top from Jackson, and it was off filter a little bit wide incomplete. So to speak. It'll be Ohio State ball daily for nothing. State has had some problems with turnovers they may twenty one the other night twenty one turnovers. That is going to be very difficult to get that many possessions away that was a bad turnover. There. Office screen. Here's clients straightaway. Jumper from eighteen no good rebound tipped ricocheted. And a foul is called on the rebound action. So go gets trae beyond Williams. His first. Saluting through the Iowa game, we broadcast they may twenty one turnovers, and they came back in a solid performance gets Maryland in every category, but one atom shooting. They did a good job take care of the ball, rebounding. But they shot thirty nine percent Maryland shot fifty eight percent. If you're gonna lose a lot of games doing that. Two and a half minutes in Ohio State. The lead of the ball for nothing at the top CJ Jackson. Curls to the right. Dumps it off the left side for Andre Wesson shot baked drive from the top. All the way inside hangs in the air, flips it up at eight over Grady. I for tough shot Rodway at six nothing. Ohio state. Good news for the buckeyes. They're making shots early. Something. They didn't do and haven't done in the last three games. The big ten's leading scorer Carson Edwards from the top leaves it left. Cypher? No jelly start curling down. The baseline muscle is way. Ran tried to push off trying to gain some ground squeezing through. He may have stepped on. I don't think you call the foul. He was tight quarters squirm his way through a tough spot. He's gonna come off the floor as his Grady offered Purdue will bring in Aaron Wheeler and Eric unter six nine six three. Both freshmen. Ohio State up six nothing. Three minutes in here. CJ Jackson front court to the right angles off to the left guarded by hunter comes back to the right? That's the top picked up on a switch it to the top of the key for west his three. No, good rebound. Aaron Wheeler comes flying in for to grab it here. Come the boiler makers, six nothing. They trail Edwards. Pull up three high off the yield on good rebounded by twain, Washington of Ohio State left to right across the timeline into the front court swings. The crossover on hunter dives right of the late 'til the ramp. Right. Hated floater. No good backside. Rebound Edwards at Purdue comes into the front court. Nearly four minutes in six nothing. Ohio State Edwards muscles through two defenders. Pigs in the air. Right. Hated floater off the healed. Oh, good. Many. Here comes Ohio State. Transition Jackson cross-court, Washington. Right-wing three. No, good rebound by harms, man. Seven foot three in off the bench for Purdue. Well, he has had some big players. Painter always to be thinking about last year. Caleb swat again. He adds a big fellas. Arms at the top hands to Edwards pearling behind the back dribble against Muhammad finds a cutting Klein in from the right jumped past left corner. Floated it up for Wheeler. His hierarchy three is good and finally produce on the board after it over seven start. Thirty for seventy two stolley. Find yourself down three points. That's a good Sioe. How States Mr last few possessions, although they're still shooting? Forty two percent shooting sixty sixty cents early Wesson box in the left backing into a double team pitches at backup CJ Jackson who left his feet try to regain of dribble and ends up turning it over another Buckeye giveaway will give it to Purdue when you come back fiftieth thirty eight to play opening happen, Columbus, Ohio state, six Purdue three. This is college basketball ESPN radio and the ESPN app presented by peleton. Geico presents eyewitness interviews with inanimate objects. This is Brian Bruno live on.
"purdue" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"You'll hear people say if it looks too good to be true. It probably is. So I feel like I like myself out sometimes and I did this on Friday looking at this game. You know, why the hell was state minus three and a half. Why didn't I just play Maryland? I sorta psyched myself out a little bit. And it's the same thing. I'm looking at here tonight of you know, why is this such a short price? I mean is this just something just a reality of college basketball? Yeah. I mean, I think so I mean, there's always, you know, I talk about it with some of those fan happy, those, you know, his teams really, you know, a lot of wins, especially when the rain the line getting slate, obviously, you know, as a as a Tennessee or Virginia, even though the couple of these teams have recently loss of the change. I do Michigan. Michigan state. You're gonna sell it a little bit with Michigan last night. I mean, you know, Wisconsin beat them Saturday. And then Michigan was still twelve and a half thirteen to Minnesota team that had recently got boat race to the one. I just less than a week ago and Minnesota play them tough and dot beat the buzzer, you know, and we're right in the game. Even when Michigan may run an extended hits a gun thirteen in the second half. Minnesota was somehow able to hang in. And I mean, this is a little bit of an opposite effect of Purdue. This is a team that's on a bit of a winning streak. Kind of just outside the top twenty five and a lot of those times those teams as biting for respect, and those are teams that you wanna fat on winning streaks versus the ranked teams that you may wanna fade in certain spots. And I think Purdue is kinda one of those teams here where you know, they go here, and they beat Ohio State. They're probably going to be ranked next week. And I mean, I mean you would have to they're going to have one of the top records in the big ten which is one of the best conferences in the country. So you know, that's kinda how I went with Purdue. I mean, Ohio State certainly win this game. Yeah. But I mean, I just you know, I think I'm gonna go with the known here instead of the unknown and go ahead with Purdue. West Reynolds is working follow on Twitter at west Reynolds. And the number one west appreciate the time as always meant Dake you so much. We'll talk to you next week. All right atom. Always a pleasure..
"purdue" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"And it was one of those games where I didn't really understand you can justify state being a favourite, but more than a one possession favorite. I couldn't figure out they wind up not playing. Well, they weren't all that competitive and the game walked by double digits at home. Now, they're at home tonight against Purdue only taking one point in this game. What the hell am I missing about the buckeyes west? Yeah. I was a little leery. And I really went back and forth before I eventually played do minus one. I mean, I think sometimes there's dependency I mean, and I like to take people on losing streaks, and you know, by lower. Oh, and so high like a like regular market would be. But you know, I like the the changes that that Purdue has made because they look like. You know, a team that was that was pretty well long at one point with six and five, you know, what's a Michigan state and didn't look good. But Michigan state's beaten everybody. I mean, they're not making high number sign up for Michigan state, and they just keep winning and covering more games. But I think you know, what Purdue is done with the kid Trayvon on Williams. You know, he's an undersized bigeye not undersized in the Gerke department. But you know, and maybe starting him a little bit more and allowing map harms to come off the bench, and it's allowing them to give teams different looks. And I mean, you know, produce gonna go where Carson Edwards is gonna take them. But you know, y y when he's going and they're getting in production on the inside that opens up three point shooting, not only Edwards. But especially Ryan, climbing, you know, a pretty point shooter. And you know, I I just like the way that produce play. I think their offense has been more efficient of late. They really. You know, put the clamps down meal writing for Indiana on Saturday. So I mean, the tendency is, hey, we just beat you. And everybody knows what the I you suck sand during every single game. Not just when the play not you that Purdue people are kind of obsessed with are you so you know, this is a. I mean could be letdown spot. But I mean, I just don't see it. I just think Purdue play in the better ball right now on Ohio state's really still trying to figure it out. Well, the thing for me is you know, I talked about looking for context clues in the betting market all the time..
"purdue" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"You there for sourcing? Yeah. I can't guarantee the health of adamant Terri right now. Yeah. It's got that growing on the tickle. Yeah. So we'll well we'll see if he's able to kind of come back from danger that hey suffered on Sunday. But as far as I know anger till I find okay, we're gonna write that really saying much. I'll be on. No, no, no trust next support taking this from your man on the street in in Indiana. So. At what point during the game on Saturday where you're like, holy crap. We're actually going to do this. I think it typical Purdue fashion and when the clock I sell the clock finally year. Oh, and I sold the final score. Because you know, growing up Purdue fan, unfortunately, you kind of not grow up. Disappointing up sports. I would say, but you kind of learn not quote, unquote, in a pretty way, you know, Purdue has not been known as a powerhouse football. Why since since degreasers at Purdue style, you know, we had a pretty rough rough patch. Yeah. Before brawn came to Purdue. And so I think I was you know, I didn't start breathing again until the clock zero. And that's when I kinda never released came over me. And I finally realized that Purdue had upset the number two team in the country. No, I've said, I, you know, I I went to Wisconsin have said some things about west Lafayette over the years had some fun, you know, ribbing back and forth. And I'd like to tell you Tyler that, I'm not going to apologize for anything. And as a football guy. You should accept my non apology..
"purdue" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"We get p dot in here at some point in time watching the UCLA game out here and there they're hanging. Tough, folks. Sixteen seven Fresno state with leaders that at UCLA and the Bruins a home underdog richly hard to see. They're not a great program right now, they're too, but. The Pac ten might be a little bit down this year. But it's tough watching UCLA at oh. And to be a home underdog and failing to they've already lost to Cincinnati already lost Oklahoma there a couple of stunners in college football today BYU being Wisconsin. I was a little bit of a stunner the Minnesota golden gophers Robbie will be happy to hear that. They are now three and they beat Miami, Ohio. Could you play somebody for change possibly who? Do you have next week? Who was the next week? You have a high stake coming up the Marilyn turps the terrorists Chirps. Yeah. We're to be by temple today. He goes and other one. So then we go to Columbus store. No. Yeah. Columbus good. That'll be good. Well, you before. No and get your lunch handed to you. Exactly, you'll be four and four before you know, it let me go play linoleum Purdue and teams like, okay? Well, you gotta Illinois. The Illinois Purdue that's a couple of wins. Right. There should be Illinois lose today. I'm not sure. But you know, who did Nebraska? For Scott frost that that is tough. That was a game. They that they should have one did not. They've got a couple of games close games, but lost both houses cancelled against Akron. That's right. The lichen one today about Akron beating a big ten team. It was at the eastern Michigan beat somebody last week who used to Michigan. They beat the big ten team too. But they'd be Purdue Purdue. Sort of a big ten team. It's seven three three seven sixty six sixty six that's the phone number. We'll get to the phones. Bala join us. Hopefully sometime this hour as we had the one o'clock JJ, then let's go to Mike in New Jersey. Mike you're next on the fan. How are you? Good morning. Good. Mike what's going on? Any wants to hear I got daring got daring June. Last. Can't take. Memory serves me right there. My June was the Monday when five and twenty one. Yeah. I think I saw. They gave away Conforto. Okay. It's enough. I. Oh. Any hope until late. Get together and decide which way they're going. If you one way and his father wants to the other way, somebody's got to give because you just can't keep doing it. I would say a meeting of the minds. Yeah. Is essential. When the when they get things straightened out in the off season as I've said, I I would like to see a president of baseball operations. And then name have him name a general manager. I'm not so sure that will happen. I doubt that will happen. As a matter of fact, but. The two of them have come to a meeting of the minds if they both y input. They have to come to a meeting of the minds or it's going to be in the same savage cycle that you're always in eighty two what comes down to money. They don't wanna spend knowing they stand. Well, I mean. You have to spend money wisely. That's the money, right? Correctly and wisely. They did not in this off season. They did not even I'm not even sure about the manager. I mean, he's going to get a second year. But I'm not even sure about that. But it's gotten to the point where I came Sadat Taylor, watch them. I just can't. It's it's incredible. You got some young guys young. You know, good pitching staff. But you got nothing else. I it said it is really sad. They have played better here in the last certainly last six weeks last couple of months overall, they have played better since the all-star break. There have been a much better team. And the pitching has come together. They still need a bullpen. I think that's obvious. But you have to like what you've seen outta McNeil? You have to light the way Conforto as bounce back. Even Jay Bruce has looked better since he has come back healthy and played so listed there are pluses, but there are things there are things that still have to be done. And what you don't want is for the optimism that you have here in the last couple of months to override what you needed to do. Anyway. You know, they think oh, he's a better manicuring that you don't want to say I did a fan. A long time. We go back to the days of the soul man in Coleman. You didn't like fifteen years ago. Listen longtime that if that's the girls got to be like almost passed out teenagers still love, but she's nineteen. She's going to be exiting teenage years pretty soon. So wow. Wow. Danny. I'll. Freddie, mike. How do you get away? It's been a long year tell you June. I guarantee you that if you went in June. I don't blame me for coming back five and twenty one that was quite the month. Let's go to Lonnie in whole lot of your next year on the fan. Taddeo you body. How are you? Good lonnie. What's going on? I just wanna say that David Wright such an unbelievable met with along that I'm I'm happy for him. And in the same respect. I hope you just up some bright spots at the end of their season. Like Jay, Bruce. And I hope you're just being like. You're being reasonable Eddie. But you realize that this team can't move forward and still be. Kaby team for two thousand nineteen. I was saying that you can't you can't get blinded by what's happened in the last couple of months. It's good, right? Aging. You can see where some things have started to come together. I mean, if you can't if you can't embrace a kid like jumping Neil who who I thought was going to come up and be okay. He's going to be okay. Maybe he can hit. Maybe you can do that. He's probably not great defensively to me as I said, he he's checked off a lot of boxes. He's he's much better player than I thought he was going to be. Is he an answer? I don't know. Go ahead. I'm saying is like, and I agree with you like imagine. How many other kids there are in the Mets Meyer league's best not may not get a chance because of age or. 'cause. What do they have to lose? What are they doing? Why? Why would they not just I know why? Why the Yankees what did bring up Sheffield and just say, hey, go and see what you could do. But you know, the nets don't have. I don't know. I'm not a Callaway guy. And it was how late already be gone. The Mets have enough money. Our care what their situation is. They have enough money to heat dot contract. Joe Girardi is sitting out there. Joe Girardi is available of major league baseball team. There's zero reasons why Joe Girardi is not wearing orange and blue. And it's disgraceful as a met fan. Boy. Good in Darrell strawberry him, and I can go on the rentals. And I mean all the years between that and this is only fair, and if I could just make one point. Going. You're the best. Thank you. The minor league in the Royal system. They Frankie who I would love to be afraid for this guy would be unreal. He's got an arm. He's got a foot work. They need something different going. Another direct you need to catch. I would say that. I'm not sure he's the guy. But and again, I I'm not familiar with them twelve sixteen on the fan. We break. We're back. Why.
"purdue" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Played well all year and they they've never really materialized to be that then i don't know i mean there's been a thousand excuses whether it be sham it's early whether it be mcduffie but they've never really come into form surprised by that le let me get your take his brian panish things marshall will cover he says wichita state probably wins but he won't be surprised if marsha wins this game and the way marshall's playing the confidence they have not only of course knocking western kentucky on the conference finals of beating middle tennessee state the top dog beat them twice it's almost a feast or famine with marshall it's how they shoot the ball there as you know dan dan tony brother my right there an offensive bergen a you know they're gonna open it up and they're going to shoot it and you just never know what about wichita will they will they clamped down and have to play defense because that could take a lot out of them if they do advance and play west virginia in the second round and again i'm with you i don't think west virginia's gonna have a cakewalk against a pretty good murray state team unless they get out to a good start but it will not surprise me if martial beats wichita state i'm i'm not as high on wichita state is a lot of people yeah well either way either way very good oh you can't lose that's why you gotta read the article you just put that headline up and then people have to re purdue protect so julia florida and purdue purdue okay so you got purdue bracket okay good i mean hoskins some help you know there's no doubt if this team goes back to the way they were playing early in the season i could definitely see purdue making a run there.
"purdue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The fact of today purdue pharma is no longer promoting its blockbuster painkiller oxycontin to doctors in an open letter the company has said it is doing more to fight the opioid crisis the letter concludes this is our fight to purdue faces lots of fights states and cities across the us have sued the drug company for contributing to the addiction epidemic sam can yoenis has reported on purdue pharma for years he's author of the book dreamland the true tale of america's opioid epidemic welcome thanks for heavenly purdue pharma ustr market oxycontin really aggressively spin less of that recently what exactly is the change that starting today my impression is that they are simply not going to be promoting at the doctors at all they have been promoting it as a reasonable painkiller and my impression is now that they will be ceasing that which would be a big step for them considering that i think it's one of the few drugs they actually have why do you think they're doing it right now now i think they are seeing a groundswell of concern across the country in communities everywhere with because this is a problem of opioid addiction is a problem all across the country from coast to coast are also seeing of course as you mentioned dozens of lawsuits filed by a state's attorney's general by county's by towns alleging that several companies purdue foremost among them led a kind of a campaign to dupe the public into believing that their drug was not addictive and these lawsuits particularly in the last outside a year and a half of really gain steam as local entities counties and towns have seen themselves buckling under the cost of paying for the consequences of this epidemic and having done nothing to really created are looking for ways of of paying for the.
"purdue" Discussed on WJR 760
"They go to penn state they go to michigan have records and home and then they go to indiana so like us they get three or four on the road and uh mando's earn in place the goal known you've got penn state plane for their nc aa lies michigan plane for their ncw off aa lives and yeah no question about of indiana army would love to pull off an upset last game of the year and as we know blew me to not an easy placed flat known in an purdue they go to wisconsin the penn state at home where pence they may decide who wins his thing they really might and that's the first time that penn state will have played purdue so while that'll be interesting and then the boilermakers go to illinois and here's a weird with this class is senior class at purdue they need went ten more games at tied the all time when his winning his class they're going after when alatas stops get there but they've been awfully good right and they of one all over the place but they've never won and champagne interesting tetracycline yeah and then they have minnesota at home so purdue added wisconsin pencee home adam annoy iniment assorted home as for us we go to minnesota that's tuesday and then we're northwestern northwestern illinois at home for the senior day final game of the year than upward wisconsin so now if he just keep playing and it's doable well it you know minnesota we haven't face jet northwestern we haven't face also be the to road names to start this fourgame journey and you'll minnesota hurting right now we've had success there you hope that he obviously that might continue but northwestern university ballclub be they haven't had a good year you might say there may be the most disappointing team in this conference but they've got a lot of talent in michigan state cannot in any way look past them so the way we have in our house states on tap with one loss he had michigan state purdue next at twelve into nebraska is ten and four michigan eight and five penn state seven and sex indiana now up to seven and seven that's the top seven in our conference there you go so it's getting can exciting day i really it is and you know it's always fund root against ohio states wolf there you go have.
"purdue" Discussed on WJR 760
"The end of the shot clock as was that one so he gets to ban carter get in there and did not score a 9 points ma'am mcquaid some major 3s big 3s off the bench that's why our bench outscored purdue but twenty nine big minutes for mad as well they batoma play did not square to cobble boards at kennedy going to get an solid performance he had 6 points he made some big safely thirty minutes in this one of them was huge down the stretch that a big two he made from the free throw line and showing had seven points he had seven rebounds made every sherry took and he is a tired fellow right now no doubt not think sleep while the woven either give sleep well and by the way the seven rebounds as he is a career banning leader in this game with caches winston it's the second time this year in a game he is let us in rebounding so that's their look at the serbian individuals uh team wise i just jump in with one and i think it's amazing one of the best threepoint shooting games in the country in terms of how many they make a game had zero in the second half and when tom talked about the strategy was we can't let them go crazy on the threes we'll do the best we can download why did pretty good down low and absolutely took him out of the game they it really did it frustrated purdue there you know they really were had very few uncontested looks hardly any in that second half they only took five 3's and missed a mall so they shot 32 percent for the game from a long line but so you know haas dominated download you look at points in the pay poor purdue 36 ms you thirty so that battle in the paint purdue barely won that well what about this bench points their phenomenal michigan state twentyfour purdue only seven so we knew purdue were didn't have much of a bench all seven points were scored by matt harms the big 73 kid from amsterdam but you know mamic way kenny goings gavin schilling you'll these are some of our upperclassmen really starting to play well here in late february in february hopefully that can continue into march ms you've got a.
"purdue" Discussed on WJR 760
"We regard matt has it fast baz names on the wednesday no worries barry beck is this game over this great resolve were very very many hurdles represent out and stagnation alcohol of automakers whether yet 60 and 65 unfolds we are alive and well in this big tim raines water grade where prisoners young michigan state basketball team everybody knew he was good enough to win but nobody knew a banner who was all enough to win gold are they grew up big time tonight big every freshman and sophomore to solve horseplay huge in this one of his mistake needed the wind like this this will be big for them as they hit the march and i have a boy we're makers for the second straight game they have seen the winning basket against some come with two seconds unchanged web driver winning nineteen straight purdue is now wash through straight and the way the standing staff up as we speak the bud guys have laws that loss the stay there therein first way's big dan and michigan state and put you both narathiwat mayor tied for second goodness gracious well we can battler bob you're hearing spurned post can't wait to talk to tom is all about this one and never had accounted for the rest he says of it's all coming up as you're listening to the pats words presentation obama to basketball yes when we were kit w smith your and i want to congratulate the valley heat family at mary grove awning on a recordbreaking year in 2017.
"purdue" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"What do you think it's left go in the 3rd7 o'clock he is trying to real her way to the basket she slides in lays it up an in and a hot guy foul be called on governors said so you can count the basket and keys back to the free throw line and they're just kind of letting her go one on one clear out and let her get the lane and it's worked very well for purdue especially in this quarter the biggest problem there is there were three hawkeye who's in the way we just didn't get positioning so the reason that she can just slice indite like that is because she's why if she doesn't have any ability to finding her she can choose where she's going to go she picks the angle and cheese lack down the free throw that's 25 for her one away from her career high 5740 died now purdue doyle fires a free no good up the left side of the rim the golf imposed on the rebound and that will do it for the 3rd quarter on keys with what the five points that has spurred the purdue boilermakers purdue 57 iowa fortynine we'll be back with the 4th quarter after this this is i off a guy women's basketball from their fields this is radio larsen for monaco has just got the results of the 2017 investor the area voting thank you to all who voted because monarch has loaned bill trust overall for the second year in a row and best family restaurant for the 3rd year we all sort of top three best to tell you best pizza and best much spot i would never claimed that we are the best restaurant town but i'm so thankful that are cause for his things so garage as to our whole team especially the kitchen guys a chef south it's great to see their hard work recognized fan support the eastern iowa hakim local business partners the.