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"riddell" Discussed on Bear Grease
"Official who interacted with the campus said that he was, quote, too heavily built to be swift on foot, but all together formed for strength and to endure great hardships. Yet another American officer said, quote, he was one of the finest looking men I ever saw about 6 feet high, straight with large, fine features. Steven riddell was a white kid who was captured as a child. He knew English and he was raised as a sibling to tecumseh. He was the one that taught to come to English. Anyway, riddell later said of tecumseh, quote there was something in his countenance and manner that always commanded respect. And at the same time made those about him love him. Later in life to come still would have shoulder length, black hair, and always wore a nose ring. In later years, he showed up to official meetings with government officials wearing a cloth, head dressing with a white ostrich feather. In 1808, during the rise of tecumseh's fame, a French fur trader dude, not surprisingly named Pierre sketched the most realistic imagery we have of the Shawnee. This was before photographs. It's the only portrait believed to accurately depict him. There are, however, today, many updated versions of the sketch. And to put this next section into context, starting when tecumseh was a teenager, he was involved in many battles, skirmishes, and raids of all kinds. He wasn't involved in an official war until the war of 1812, but he lived in a war zone filled with guerrilla warfare, his whole life. And in warfare, like in hunting, he stood out amongst his peers. Here's a very interesting part of tecumseh's character. This was not unique to the Shawnee, but again, the other tribes all faced a similar crisis of being confronted by growing and growing white encroachment on their lands. And with that came the whisky traders and that really tore apart Shawnee and other societies. And others became rapidly hateful of whites to come to didn't do either. He not only he maintained his humanity through all this. He opposed the traditional Shawnee practice of torturing male prisoners during times of peace, the times of peace that existed. He developed great friendships among white settlers on the other side of the treaty line. And so he maintained, you know, he didn't let the war and dislocation created him a hatred of whites or a loss of his humanity. And that's something that's also really admirable on him. One of the things he was known for was even from a young age having he disdained the torture that was extremely common. Right. When you think about a trend inside of a society to find somebody that deeply opposes a trend is unusual. And where he got that, I mean, I guess we don't really know. We don't really know and he manifold, that trait manifests itself in him at age 15 when he was on one of his first war parties, and that was an age when you were just an apprentice war here. I mean, you were basically a menial to a war party. You were kind of their errand boy. When he was on this one particular war party along the Ohio River, he spoke up and objected loudly to the older warriors torturing and then killing some white male prisoners. And that was unheard of. I mean, Steven riddell relates that and said, this was just something that was not done. Culturally unusual. Culturally unusual. After all we've heard about the fog of death surrounding his life and these broken treaties, I find it odd how he was able to get along with the whites and his passion for the Indian confederacy in the development of an Indian nation didn't seem to translate into hatred or vitriol. This was evidenced by his stance on prisoner torture in some of his unique relationships that he had with white people throughout his whole life. He just wanted a space for his people to live in their traditional ways. And he always sought peace before war. Remember that about him because you hear about him as a warrior, but he always sought peace before war. He was an incredible diplomat who was truly looking out for the best interests of his people. Getting back to our original question of why this enemy of the United States was a folk hero. These kind of things would have gotten back to the American public and they respected him for it. Sadly, his popularity would grow even more after his death as his story was more widely circulated. As we move further into tecumseh's young life, you might be wondering if he had a wife and kids, but like in so many other ways to was unusual. I mean, there's two schools of thought among those who knew him personally. Stephen riddell said girls in particular were attracted to him when he was growing up, but that he would. I mean, he would not have much to do with him, but whatever the case, he certainly found it easy to break off relationships. I mean, when he and his older brother were living among a group of the Cherokee, he took a Cherokee woman as his mate, who by all accounts was very pretty, and he may have bore her a child. But when his brother said it's time to for us to move back to a while, he just left her behind. And when he married Shawnee women, his first wife was not at all attractive, and he jettisoned her easily. He jettisoned another wife because shortly after marrying her, he invited some friends over for dinner and she had not plucked her wild turkey wild turkey, had not plucked all the feathers out, and he, I guess he was looking for an excuse, and he said, well, how dare you embarrass me? In front of my friends, your bandage go back to your family and threw her out. So women didn't seem to be particularly important to him until later on when he was living in what became known as prophets town by this time he would have been around age 40, according to some accounts left by members of other tribes who knew him. He was, I mean, he had a different woman in his wigwam every night. So maybe he just was a little something changed. So he was not a family man. And so ironic because what we see is this is this man who deeply loved the
Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"riddell" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Came this idea of the equality of souls that everyone had an equal soul or a moral equality, if you will, and with that notion came the 1215 Magna Carta life liberty and property that we had this conception of individual property rights so that you as an individual now can stake a transferable claim on assets in the world. And that is what led to capitalism proper, right? So we have individualized property or we have socialized property. And I think the degree to which we print money of the degree to which we have government interference, we are socializing property, and this is causing people to consume rather than invest. It also causes people to miss allocate capital because of the tragedy of the commons. No, because again, if you keep 20% of everything that I make, right, that's a socialized property, right? You're taxing me. Yeah, but why would that sketch me out? If this is an invention. It reduces my incentive to invest. If I can only keep 80% of what I earn, I have a reduced incentive to invest. Have you heard ray dalio's take on this? So he talks about China as a collectivist culture and he's like, look, you can rail against them and think that they're crazy, but they think that we're crazy and dealing at the individual level and anyone individual thinking, wow, you can't tread on me. I'm an individual. Whereas they're like, you're out of your mind. You live as a part of the collective. And if killing you is better for the collective than kill you, we must. And while admittedly, those words I'm putting in riddell's mouth, his whole thing is, I know that you look at China and you judge them and think that they're crazy, but just know that they feel exactly the same in the opposite direction. So what I'm trying to figure out is when I look at, if being a part of the collective makes me less likely to invest, the only way I can wrap my head around that is if it's the same thing as a tragedy of the comments. I don't want to collective to be able to take things from me. Therefore, I'm going to do something with it, spend it in this case, not invest it. Just so that I could reap the immediate benefits of that and the collective now doesn't have anything that they can take from me. If that isn't it, I don't understand where you're going. I don't think it's a matter of being part of the collective or not part of the collective. That's not what I'm saying. What I'm saying is, is the integrity of your property interest. And let me specify what property is. The exclusive power to control an asset. You get to say what happens with your cup. No one else gets to see what happens with your cup. The prior to Chrysler didn't do this. That is property, right? Well, it existed between the family and the land. And it was not exactly transferable. Now there was tree occurring between families and among clans and whatnot. But we didn't have this established legally protected morally protected notion of the individual's right to own property and transfer and trade with others. So I'm not saying that this is participating with the collective or not participating with a collective. It's about justice. It's about people keeping what they earn. The value that they create. This is the entire premise of libertarian philosophy. And so pre Christ, we didn't have that atomized individual as an autonomous socioeconomic actor did not exist. Post Christ, he comes and comes into being, right? 1215 years later, we signed the magnitude of king John signs the Magna Carta, life, liberty, and viable property. You start out with this pathway when I asked about the copernican that's we're going to take these two frames of reference. And so I'm tracking that I've got the individual frame of reference and I've got the socialist, I think frame of reference. Yes? Yes. Tracking so far? Yes. Okay, so what I care about in there is what behavior is elicited when you take that frame of reference. Right. So you could think of the individual. The fact that we sit here right now, you have bank accounts, you have assets, you can sell those on the marketplace with other cell phone people that also have accounts and assets. We take all that for granted. But it's premised on private property rights, which is premised on the socioeconomic conception of the individual. Now again, we take all this for granted. So it's hard to even talk about. But when you get to that, you get to private property rights, you've now entered a world where we have higher intensity exchange occurring, right? More people are trading more stuff. Because more people have a greater incentive in the assets that they own. They know that it's not being socialized away from them. Now, this is obviously true more on the western world than it is in many other parts of the world. But I would argue that's the reason the west has been such a successful economic story. Because the reason we've become so wealthy is because we've engaged in higher intensity exchange and had a deeper division of labor and all of this is premised on this. You could think of this as live action role playing. We are pretending that individual private property rights exist all the time. And we don't even know it. We know it when we give our keys to the valet and just assume the guy is going to give our car back, right? Like we have a legal structure in place. There's ownership documents between you and that car, all of these things we sort of take for granted that are just embedded in how we actually act. So this is an enacted theory, right? We observe the sun
Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"riddell" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Pushes in a big hand and you don't know exactly what you have and you don't have a read on your opponent, then you're going to get shaken out, right? You're going to fold or you're going to call and make a bad call. You're going to lose. It's the same thing when you own assets. You need to understand what you own, understand yourself, understand the asset. And have a conviction in what it is. Otherwise, it's just not going to work. When I pay them. That's really interesting. And one of the things is I certainly spend time researching you as I just, this is my first time really paying attention to monetary cycle where there was certainly in the crypto world. There was so much euphoria until about a year ish ago, and then it really started to falter and go crazy. And when people were euphoric, it was like, man, I was looking sideways as people were taking out loans and getting into assets and I'm so paranoid. I was like, there's no way. I do not trust myself enough. And then same thing with when people started to sell, it was like panic selling. And the approach that I try to take is, okay, I'm not, I personally view myself as not being smart enough to beat the market to try to do things on timing. So I'm just like, what am I prepared to do long term or what can't I lose on? So when I was talking to my the person who handles the actual buying of bonds and stuff like that, I ask like 36 times, like what happens if, right? The price goes down. Do I still get my principal back? I may not get the interest or whatever, but I want to make sure that I'm in something that I can protect my principle. So just looking at all that. And then on the crypto having a thesis and saying, okay, as long as I believe this to be true, I'm not going to sell. If I stop believing that to be true, then I might look at it differently. But watching the human behavior of seeing people act like they're gamblers effectively and I remember when one of the first big liquidation moments happened and there were memes of people in front of their computer, like outside a nightclub, there was one guy outside a nightclub, he squatted down in front of his computer on the sidewalk and he's just like holding his head because obviously he had been liquidated because I don't know if we want to go into explaining it, but like you're using leverage to buy it and it hits that point where your collateral is now exactly. So boom, you go from having something to having nothing. Absolutely devastating. And I was just like, oh, this is, this isn't just, I have mistaken money for a property of physics. And when you realize that it's a property of psychology or a useful fiction, as you refer to it, you really start to think differently about it. Well, there's an element of the physics as well. But I want to say something here. So leverage in crypto is not a good mixture, in my opinion. I think most people that play with leverage, most people that play with assets beyond Bitcoin, which we endearingly call shit coins and Bitcoin circle, you almost always get burned. I have some friends that have run the numbers on this as well of the 30,000 shit coins that exist two and a half had outperformed Bitcoin over four year cycle. Most of them go to zero go away or the vast majority of them underperform Bitcoin. So no leverage, preferably no shit coins, so you might want to sell your eth. Do as you please, but me personally, I just think that's another project that's accumulated a lot of technical debt. It keeps moving the goal post. I think it will collapse at some point. And yeah, those instances of people crying and some people committing suicide. I don't know how true these stories are, but it can be ruinous to your life. If you consider how important money is to your day to today existence, to lose all of it in an instant, can be extraordinarily painful. And I've, you know, I've traded options in this asset class for a long time. I ran a hedge fund in the space. I felt the pain of losing money rapidly is not fun. I would not recommend it. I would also say that 99% of the hedge funds out there can not outperform buy and hold Bitcoin. Just buy and hold Bitcoin, the easiest, lease intensive lease energy output strategy there is. The smartest investors in the world struggle to outperform that. So unless you think you are someone on the spectrum of rain man intelligence or some type of super prodigious trader, I would not recommend leverage or shit coins or trying to trade. When buy and hold Bitcoin is performed so well. All right, so talk to me about the human element of all this. One of the things that when I was researching for this episode that I heard you talk about that, I thought was really interesting, is that for whatever reason, every three generations we forget how volatile governments are, how volatile currencies can be. And I thought, wow, that's at echo something that riddell talks about, which is this has happened many times before, just not in my lifetime.
"riddell" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"One of the highest of on the highest of pedestals. And he wants to be on that pedestal. You know, he makes millions of dollars because he's on that pedestal. Well, if you're on that pedestal, if the spotlight is on, you know the way it is, then you're going to be looked at. And Novak Djokovic needs to understand that. His behavior during the almost now two years, Bianca, that we've been going through this has not been exemplary. He actually got COVID when he was running around and dancing their videos and not socially distancing, not wearing a mask and seemed to be pretty reckless behavior. He is a beloved figure by many. He's controversial, of course, for many. He's one of the greatest tennis players to ever live. And, you know, he's an icon at the Australian open. So we understand why he wants to be there. But this is all his doing. This is self induced. If he were vaccinated, this wouldn't be happening. And now, of course, he even if he were to make it into the country, one can only imagine the booing. And the real hatred towards him from people who have suffered so much and done things that he obviously himself doesn't feel he has to do. And as you say, his actions throughout the last Euro so during the pandemic have caused a lot of controversy and discussion. What's the reaction been like amongst players and the tennis community? You know, most of them, I think have been understanding of people's various opinions about the vaccine. Vast majority of male and female tennis players are professional players are vaccinated. And I think many of them see it as their duty, not only for themselves and their families, but for making a statement about how important it is. And we've seen athletes speak up and a lot of them talk about the importance of this. But he is an individual contractor. So he's not on a team. You know, a rules like if a leak says everyone has to be vaccinated or whatever. Well, Joe vix has never had to worry about that because he is an individual sport. And so he has been pretty much living the way he wants to live. But I wouldn't be surprised after the Australian open, assuming that in fact he is now being deported. Again, what a turn of events. What embarrassment for him and deservedly so what happens with the other majors, what the Grand Slam events later on this year. This is going to be an ongoing issue for him. And he certainly not going to win any fans for this. In fact, if anything, it probably hurts his image. And I'm sure that's something that he and his agent and all of his sponsors are not happy about today. You're quite right there is a lot to watch out for on all of those subjects and we have world sport coming up next. Christine Brennan, it's been so great to have you on the program. Thanks for joining us. And for acknowledging. Well, sport and Don riddell will have more on the story coming up in about ten
"riddell" Discussed on WTOP
"The 1776 restoration movement, riddell is known as Santa. Court records show the charges against him stem from the convoy's movements on southbound two 70 in Gaithersburg on Monday. Four O 6 driving in Arlington. Wow, that can be confusing for us who have lived here forever. Well, just think of other folks, maybe they don't drive there so often they're trying to exit three 95 Honda route one. A crystal city safety advocate that we know well is posting videos on Twitter to remind drivers to be safe on that stretch of road. Dave statter has recorded this stretch of road for about 8 months. He sees about two crashes a month. Cut across four lanes of traffic and most of the time barely make it because if they're coming from boundary channel, it's a very short distance. He actually just caught a video at about 4 a.m. of a tractor trailer backing up in order to avoid that exit He says V dot has been responsive to his videos. The first one is to block the gore or safety zone so people can't cut across there. And major project is also set to begin this month that will extend the transition from that boundary channel entry to exit 8 C by about 900 feet, but statter is still urging drivers to be careful. There's always another exit. Look Luger WTO P news. Dave Stadler records that intersection 24/7 and I know because I live with him. I keep it here on WTO after traffic and weather. The president is used to allow criticism from the GOP, but some of the most vocal taunts are now coming from fellow Democrats. We're going to talk about this with Politico
"riddell" Discussed on WTOP
"Mostly trees, those several homeowners have some minor repairs to make as well. The look, all things considered. Thank God. Not a single person was injured. We didn't lose any life. Prince George's county executive Angela also Brooks was grateful that the most notable thing was. Those large trees pulled out of the ground. The trees just go find somebody. That's what bob and your league's insurance company told him to do. That sure as guy said, they'll be out there and they were, they were half a dozen companies out here. In buoy, John Doe and WTO be news. Knew this afternoon, there was a planned mass shooting on July 4th in Richmond. That's from Richmond police who now say a citizen hero saved lives by helping them disrupt the deadly scheme the city's Independence Day celebration. Richmond police chief Gerald Smith says two men have been arrested and police have seized two assault rifles, a handgun and 200 rounds of ammunition. The broad outlines that they were planning to actually shoot up our 4th of July celebration. We know what their antenna is, but we don't have their motive. Smith says the two men Julio alvarado and balak carcel are both charged with being non U.S. citizens in possession of firearms. Chief Smith says a person he calls a hero citizen called police after overhearing a conversation about a planned mass shooting. One phone call say numerous lies on the 4th of July. Particularly on WTO P news. The leader of a truck convoy that's been in town since July 4th weekend has been arrested in D.C. on a Maryland warrant. Maryland state police say David riddell is charged with disorderly conduct, failure to obey a lawful order and disturbing the peace. Among the convoy crowd, which calls itself the 1776 restoration movement, riddell is known as Santa. Court records show the charges against him stem from the convoy's movements on southbound
"riddell" Discussed on WTOP
"We will have more for you on the 8. Now. Breaking news from Richmond in a little while we should learn more about what police are calling a planned July 4th attack. Chief Gerald Smith is holding a news conference which is supposed to begin any second now, and we're expecting to hear more about the plan, arrests, gun seizures, and how police tracked down the suspects. Keep it here on WTO where we will bring you details on air and online with this developing story. In other news, Maryland's July 19th primary is less than two weeks away, but early in person voting starts tomorrow. The early voting period in Maryland begins Thursday, July 7th and extends through July 14th. That includes Saturday and Sunday and voting hours are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day. You can vote in any early voting center in the county you live in, there are 14 in Montgomery county and 13 in prince George's county. You can register on the same day you vote at early voting centers and you can update your address, but you can not change your party affiliation. Maryland's primary is July 19th. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. The leader of a truck convoy that's been in town since July 4th weekend has been arrested in D.C. on a Maryland warrant. Maryland state police say David riddell is charged with disorderly conduct failure to obey a lawful order and disturbing the peace. Among the convoy crowd, which calls itself the 1776 restoration movement, riddell is known as Santa. Court records show the charges against him stem from the convoy's movements on southbound two 70 in Gaithersburg on Independence Day. Now, driving in Arlington can be confusing for a lot of drivers, especially some who are trying to
"riddell" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"Was that a fair assessment of you? That is a fair assessment. I'm not a tease. I'm just, I'm nice, all right, people take my niceness. That's a reflection. Not on me. If you're nice to me and they think you want to bone. Exactly. So how many guys after like three or four either dates or phone conversations went for a kiss or to feel you up and you're like, no, got pissed. Probably a lot of guys, right? You know, our breakfast he hats is Laura. This character building. I want to know, did a guy ever like make a move on you and you put him in like a frigging choke hold or do something? No, I know, I would never do that. No, because rowdy Beck was always the girl that like, you see her on Instagram or ass is showing her boobs, just not, she's jumping on trampolines, but no one, but no one holds up with her. I'll kill you. I don't put my personal life on social media. Like, it looks like I do, but it's selected. I don't feel like I need to broadcast what I'm doing with my vagina. I'm 24/7. That's weird to me. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Not personal life. Just your butthole. Okay. Exactly. Yes, got it. Got it. Sean O'Malley versus Pedro munoz, who wins this fight back. Of course, Sean, I like Sean. I think he should win, but who knows? I don't know. He's also Bill, you have to talk to Sean. He's the most serious guy. He's got a you think he's gonna be this wild party guy, 'cause he looks like rowdy Beck, like literally. But he's just like, uh huh. Yep. He just has like those dead eyes. I think he is. You process is what you're saying, so he doesn't say anything dumb. I think he's like someone that analyzes everything. Yeah, him and chase hooper came to my show last night. Exact same fucking way. Like, laughs at every tenth jokes, kind of Chucky. They say he's like, maybe you're not that funny. Probably. I mean, that's just me. I've thought of that plenty of times. But you would never know you never came to a show because close to come, but she took fucking muscle fat burners and ended up right remember you're gonna come with Dominic. It had a fat burner panic attack. It's niacin. I have a reaction to niacin. Alan Turner, who's coming. He was a guy that was afraid of tarantulas. And now he has thousands of tarantulas. He breathes tarantulas. This big tall black guy. Which you would not think that was like his hobby, but he's fighting Brad riddell who I think is from around you, right? Brad riddell? Is he? Okay, yeah. Yeah, yeah, he is. Yeah, he's Aussie. Who's gonna win this fight? I have no idea. I'm gonna go for the Aussie. I haven't really been following the UFC. So I'm gonna go for the Aussie, all right? All right, fine. You can go..
"riddell" Discussed on WTOP
"The judge indicated if donahoe cooperates with the feds he could secure a more lenient sentence The prosecutor said he was aware of the possibility of a violent siege days before the 6th was part of a mob of Proud Boys on the 6th and celebrated after federal sentencing guidelines call for a prison term of 6 to 7 years although terms of his sentence will be up to a federal judge Meantime a federal jury has begun deliberations in the case of a former police officer accused of storming the capitol that day Jurors heard closing arguments in the trial of former Rocky Mount police officer Thomas Robertson One of his attorneys conceded Robertson broke laws when he entered the capitol January 6th and the lawyer encouraged jurors to convict Robertson of misdemeanor offenses but urged them to acquit him of felony charges that he armed himself with a weapon and stormed the capitol to overturn the 2020 election Even when the pandemic is fully behind us courthouses across Maryland should continue with virtual hearings at least that's what one task force is recommending The task force created by the chief judge of Maryland's highest court evaluated pandemic related changes made by courthouses that implemented zoom and other virtual programs The task force found that virtual court proceedings work well and are very convenient In fact its recommendation is that courthouses continue holding their procedural hearings virtually even when the pandemic is over Among the advantages the task force says people involved in court cases don't need to travel take time off of work or arrange for child care and expert witness testimony especially from experts who don't live near the courthouse is a lot less expensive Nikkei Nellie double duty news A former administrator at a Florida prep school got four months in prison today for taking a college entrance exam in exchange for bribes A judge also sentenced Mark riddell to two years of supervised release after his time behind bars The sentence was what government prosecutors recommended in the case Riddell's lawyers had asked the judge for one to two months in prison in court rudel apologized to the students who lost out on opportunities because of what he called a terrible decision.
Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"riddell" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"Can Illinois get to a three can Purdue get to a two? Purdue Wisconsin could play in the semis if it stays chalk. I don't know if, you know, certainly Wisconsin's two and O against Purdue on the season. They swept them. So I don't know if one win would be enough to because right now he's got them as the 8 and 9 teams and his S curve. So I don't know if that's enough for them to pass them, you know, to go two and one. I guess maybe the thing about the Big Ten that everyone always says and I have never actually fully understood is does the championship actually get credit because to me I assume that the committee would say, all right, if this team wins, this is what the bracket is. Yeah, there's two. But everybody's always like, well, we don't get credit because we're the last game. And I don't totally buy that. Yeah, I think that it's for those top teams. Can they move up a seed line? And then it's the bubble as well. Indiana, Rutgers, Michigan. I think Michigan is probably in after beat no house stage. I do too. And Rutgers seems to be pretty secure as well. Leonardo's got them last four buys. Indiana is the first team out of the term. So they've got to beat Michigan. That's the, to me, that's the biggest game in the Big Ten tournament. By the way, I am wearing the hat in honor of your Alma mater because they don't really like you these days or a segment. So on the other podcast has to be well like that's true. I'm going to take you in Purdue nation and you can take me back in instead of humble because we got to have somebody that's well represented. Most of that's most of the fan base loves you. Listen, it's the thing you learned. They want you to be a Homer Harry. And that's not going to be you. You're not going to be Homer, Harry, not on the air at least. Off the tune into tune into Bobby riddell. My man bob riddell will be that. He's pretty radio guy. That's right. He can be Homer, Harry. I'm with you. I think, you know, to me, Illinois perdue, like I just want to see, can they get some real momentum here? You know, I think one of those teams is going to go in and people are going to be on the bandwagon. I think one of them probably wins the Big Ten tournament if I had to guess. If Iowa was to win, I wouldn't be shocked. I would not be shocked that they missed a ton of free throws there and champagne. I would not be surprised at all if they won the Big Ten. Yeah, I'm with you. I'm with you in Wisconsin. You know, as much as I love what they've done this year and give them all the credit in the world for what they've done, I'm still not a believer of this Wisconsin team going deep. In fact, I think Michigan state has a good draw here. You got Maryland again. And then they would see Wisconsin, Wisconsin..
"riddell" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"More of a receiving type back. And again, you're not expecting to hit with these picks here, but in Evans mock draft, he's only picking players. He thinks has a chance of making the team. So again, you're looking at life after James White. I don't think they've got it on the roster right now. So that is a that is an area you're going to need to replace at some point. Yes. So you look at the stuber from Michigan first. First of all, they hit a home run. We all think at least with Michael and Wendy from Michigan, right? Same program, same coaching staff. You grab another big, there's a tackle prospect on when you look at as an interior offensive line prospect. Stupor plays right tackle for Michigan. He's 6 four, 6, 5, 330 pounds. A big, big, big boy. Really move people off the line of scrimmage. That's the type of guy that in the past, you know, Trent Brown, Michael on we know these types of players. The patrons developed those guys pretty well. They do a good job now if Matt Patricia's coaching the offensive line, I'm not sure. It's going to be the same type of development, but they usually do pretty well with those big tackles with the big offensive lineman and getting their techniques sound enough in their foot speed sound enough with the hills and all that kind of stuff with their conditioning program to get something out of those guys. So I like steuber. I like CJ riddell. From Oregon. I think the one thing that you have to look at with the running back position is you got to start talking about the next James White. Who's the receiving back of the future? You know they have the early down back world covered with Damien Harris and reminders Stephenson. But who's the next guy to be on third down to be in the passing game? Videl really good lateral quickness, really good balance. It catches the ball, doesn't fight it. If somebody that looks like a natural in the receiving game, natural and space with the football on his hands, to me that's another one of those picks that you got to look down the road a year or two and say, okay, we need somebody that is going to be the next James White. I think CJ rodel's got that kind of potential might go a little bit earlier than the 7th round depending on how he works out here in the circuit. But I think that they might be able to get them there. All right, so that's mock draft one. When's the next one do?.
"riddell" Discussed on WGN Radio
"What I'm trying to say is if your child falls behind an online school there are opportunities for them to get one on one help with the instructor a lot of the time That's good Yeah Well that's true Of course you had a nurturing environment where you had young ladies who were motivated and the like and for many people they don't have a decent place to study their online access is spotty and for many people your problem would be considered a minimal problem for many of those people who face much tougher things that I appreciate your approach Mark and your Marine Corps attitude and that I thank you for that very much Steve and angier North Carolina now good evening Hey miss Jim you know when I hear about this virtual learning and online learning I just have to look back which has been like you've been a few years back But when I was in school even if take your last room for a little while the class turn into chaos I made education of any sort ceased to be as long as she was gone Or he whichever the teacher was So the structure of the teacher being there is very important and the second time I've seen Some of our college campuses here around my area and Raleigh Durham area Classes were canceled but their ACC basketball games were packed That could not go to class Yeah The stadium Yeah I know I mean sometimes it'd be funny if it weren't so sad I hear you completely Steve and yeah I know what you're saying Absolutely One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 7 By the way I just note from one of our affiliates Fargo North Dakota's a.m. 1100 W ZFG and they have a brand new farm director there We want to congratulate the Bridget riddell on the having that position And way to go Great station and we're proud to be a part of the greater Fargo listening area there One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 back with more.
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
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"It didn't go Lisa Rena's way, but she's a class act. Tell you what's going on with Carrie Fisher. This is very, very sweet and emotional. What's happening this day? Well, Carrie has a daughter named Billie Lourd, who is an actress, and she honored her mother 5 years after Carrie Fisher's death. And she says, I miss you mombi. So she's just basically opening up about it. The Star Wars icon that would be Carrie Fisher died 5 years ago December 27th. I know it's hard to believe it's been that long and she was 60. She died from a heart attack. So one day later, Billie Lourd's grandmother, the very famous and iconic Debbie, also passed away at the age of 84. So Billy took to Instagram and shared a heartfelt throwback snap of her and her mom when she was just a little baby and Billy wrote, people always ask me what stage of grief I man, and my answer is never simple. I'm in a different stage of grief in each moment of every day. She went on to say, and that's how grief should be. All things at once actually there is no should and grief. Grief is just whatever it is for you, and that's how it should be. Now, you'll be happy to know that Billy actually has a 15 month old son now. Kingston Fisher with her fiance, Austin riddell, and she misses her mamby every single day. I mean, rob, how do you deal with grief? I'm very bad at it. I push it away at first, and so I try to just put it in a box and crush it and not acknowledge it, but the older I've got and the more wise I've got, I do know I think about people I think about good times. I try to remember all the good. I don't sugarcoat it there. I know. People are complicated, including myself. And so I try to acknowledge the whole package, but I think in life this is a mistake we make. When we fall out with people, all we remember is the bad and not the good. And then when we're best Friends of you, all we remember is the good and not the bad. I am perfectly comfortable or I've become perfectly comfortable acknowledging that people have many, many shades to the mystery. And as long as the good outweighs the bad because we all do have bad then I'm fine with that..
Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"riddell" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Welcome back to money since at the opening Bell, Jim like Camp and Pat Riddell, Thank you for joining us. Website. Money Dash since Com money dash sense dot com Markets opening high on, uh Mm ish. The the NASDAQ's opening higher. It's more the same 2nd 1st, same as the very 1st 2nd verse. Same as the first NASDAQ Up 17 Now down 71, the S and P 500. Down five. No economic releases today. Um And then yesterday so tomorrow is get the Fed's beige book initial claims on Thursday, continuing claims natural gas and crude inventories. And Friday. We've got the PPE core pp wholesale inventory. So one of the lightest Weeks for economic data that you shall see. And the meantime, news out about the virus. There was a freedom of information, um, release Um, that Um That went about the National Institute of Health. And it's Eco Health Alliance, which is a New York based nonprofit headed by Peter Dash, Like And Peter Dash. It was engaged in this gain of function function research to make Um, Eric. Meaning? Malleable SARS based Corona viruses. Which they confirmed could in fact human cells. And evidence of this research has been pointed to in published studies. But the Freedom of information release provides a piece of the puzzle. Uh uh, It is sort of a road map to the, um high risk research, which could have led to this thing breaking out and ironically, when Biden put together a task force Um, they Peter, this This dashing guy is who he put in charge of It was kind of like this kind of like putting the Fox in charge of investigating who raided the henhouse. Anyway, We're going to be hearing more about this, but, yeah, I don't know that. This is some sort of vast conspiracy, although it appears to be possibly a cub, some sort of a cover up. My opinion is that It probably did get released from the lab. Seems like the most likely explanation for everything but that it was false. Um, probably an accident. Which still begs the question is, you know what? Where do we draw the lines for science? Read another story where they're close to activating some of the cells further. For the woolly mammoth that they had found in Siberia almost intact. And that that they could actually Through DNA. Create a new one. Is that a good idea? Don't know. It doesn't seem like it. But Who knows? Not here to weigh in on conspiracy theories. I'm not here to weigh in on That kind of science. But speaking of the covid Data. The growth of the of national covid cases is starting to flatten out. Positivity rates are dropping and hospitalizations appear to be very Tentatively slowing. But it does still remain at risk to growth in the economy. And we'll discuss that with Payrolls. Later, but with two thirds of the country now being fully vaccinated. Two thirds And also this huge number of prior infection. And prior people that were infected. Latest search seems to be possibly flattening out. Which could be good. And could lead back. To the narrative. That economic growth. Could resume here. And again. That might lead to His economic recovery stocks. Also having their next run in the sun and it and it would Yeah, If you're if you're going to buy that this is still a rotational market. It's probably time. For those stocks. To do that. So I think this is one thing we need to watch for. I think this is one thing we need to be as investors. Hi. Look out for Because it's very difficult. Two. Have these things ready to go T that in advance. And the time that But what I'm telling you Is that We may be getting that very thing. We may be getting Hey. Heads up. Remove that starting.
Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"riddell" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Back to money since the opening bell, Jim Lee camp and Pat Riddell thank you for joining US website money. There's sense calm. That's money. Death sense s E N s E. Com. Let's check in on those futures. But they you know, we've been trading higher all morning and, um they have not backed off. Despite Inflation numbers. That really have run pretty high. This morning on again. You gotta be careful about those inflation numbers because a lot of them are compared tol the previous year. In which case we know during covert things were way way down. Down Futures have 143 points. 10 on the S and P and 21 on 22 now on the NASDAQ, so good start to the day. Aziz We approach The Um Memorial Day holiday off on Monday. No markets open on Monday for Memorial Day. But Biden Is done a lot of things. With taxes in this new budget. Under the current law. Assets that pass directly to errors. Benefit from a provision in the tax code known is this step up bases means the basis of the acid is valued as of the owners. Date of death or a date six months later that you choose Now he's calling for the elimination. The step up in base is for gains exceeding a million. Which would subject Years of accumulated appreciation to taxes. Now I want you to think about that. Because that would include Ranches. Businesses. And where are you going to Yet. Money. You know, if you if you got out of a small business That you've inherited. And let's say it's worth. Five million. All of a sudden you have You know, maybe Four million in games on this thing, which means you're gonna owe taxes on that. We can't get the money to pay that. You may have to sell the business. And How do you even find that cost basis for something like that? Would really be complicated for, you know certain assets. On and you might have to dig through decades worth of documents. Um So he's proposing inning that for gains in excess of a million 2.5 million for couples. And If the property is that donated to charity. Than them. Also How about raising the capital gains rate? 2 39.6%. From 20% for households making over a million You could be in for a big pile of taxes. And certainly when this information came out yesterday It hit the market now, the market said to open higher today. So we don't know what the market could be telling us. One of two things. One that this isn't going to pass. Or to that, Um They're gonna have to change some of these things. But We'll see. We'll see how that goes in. Then we'll see how it plays out and whether they can do this. Retroactively or not. Did you know that the Texas bread Came pretty close to an even bigger disaster during our February Freeze. Have these units called black Start units. And they use these things. To jolt failed electricity systems. In other words, too. Kick start when they're not working. On and The Pictures. These.
"riddell" Discussed on KTOK
"Batteries are significantly smaller and the systems are very robust and last a very long time. So the panels go isn't on Lee, a panel. Like this solar power only absorbed from solar panels. Yes, Yes. Okay, That's the, uh, photo. Voltaic is what it's called. So You just put him on the roof? Or in a big field, right? Yes. And then somehow it's wired up to a battery. S so there's there's an inverter. So the panel's actually create D C. Electricity, which is the same is like a double a battery or battering your car's D. C. But your house runs on a C alternating current. So the panel's push D C to a device called an inverter, and that inverter can also charge the battery Bank, which is D C and then push it back into the house with a C Mm. Yeah, and you know, there's there's numerous ways we can do rough. Now we could do ground mount like you mentioned. We've worked with a fabricator. We've got a design for a solar per gola, which is which is a pretty neat design. So there's all kinds of options, depending on You know you normally want your panels to be south facing for maximum efficiency. So, depending on the site, you know we can come out and take a look and see what makes sense and what's aesthetically pleasing and all those things. You know in the news this week. Have forgotten the country or where maybe the city but there were two solar trees installed. Mm. And there were polls that kind of where the pole kind of bent a little bit so that it faced exactly the right direction to absorb son. But then the silver field was kind of designed toe. Look a little bit like a tree, and they were installed them to different corners in a city and I thought, Well, that is probably a great idea that's very close to provide shade for one thing. Or the people standing under it, and I hope it's safe for the people standing under it because all that electricity kind of sounds a little bit scary, so Yeah. So that, uh, that made the news. My last number 196895. Born in Dean Riddell from S, W B C. Mortgage. Morning,.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"riddell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. This'd is W when my C in New York I'm David first With these news headlines New York City has released long awaited data showing white residents are receiving the covert 19 vaccine at about three times the rate of black and Latino people. Mayor de Blasio called it a profound disparity. He has vowed to increase outreach to communities of color, but w N Y C C contact. Pan says the city still hasn't released enough data to address its shortcomings. There's still no information on gender, which can dictate outcomes with Kovar 19. Also, we still don't know where exactly these vaccine takers live, which is needed to actually pinpoint pockets of mist vaccinations. And protect public health. Mayor says a ZIP code breakdown should become available in the coming days. Vaccination appointments today are being rescheduled due to the snow storm and through New York City may get up to 20 inches of snow from the nor'easter hitting our area right now. Dave Riddell is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. He says the snow could be heavy at times. One of the 12 punch of heavy snowfall and strong winds for several hours later this morning to the afternoon on again, everything begins to taper off this evening, and in the snow kind of comes to an end. Tomorrow morning. Yes, it is also quite windy today, with gusts possible up to a 45 MPH officials are urging residents to stay off the roads for all non essential activities. Alternate side. Parking is suspended through tomorrow due to a snow operations. Parking meters remain in effect..
Noble Capital Radio Hour
Former exam administrator pleads guilty in college scam
"Plea in the college admissions bribery scheme involves a former entrance exam administrator. Fox is Kathleen Maloney reports. Nicky Williams is a former employee of the Houston Independent School District, and she administered the college entrance exams at the public High school where she worked, prosecutors say As part of a scam to help wealthy parents rigged their kids test scores. She accepted money from admissions consultant Rick Singer in exchange for letting someone else take exams in place of his client's Children. Singer also pleading guilty in connection with the bribery scheme, as well as Mark Riddell, who Secretly took exams for the students. Definitely Maloney, Fox News and I joke here.
AM Tampa Bay
Mark Riddell Suspended by IMG Academy After Indictment in Bribery Scandal
"An employee at a manatee county school is involved in a nationwide college bribery scandal. Mark ridell appel meadow is an administrator at Bradenton IMG academy. The FBI says he bribed SAT and ACT officials to take the college entrance exams for the children of parents who paid him to do. Oh, so meanwhile, the scandal has some Hollywood stars caught up in the sting which involves some of the country's most prestigious schools actress, Laurie Lachlan most known for her role as and Becky on full house. Have a confession went onto marry famous and wealthy fashion designer Maasim Ojea newly and together they have two daughters. According to the indictment Lachlan and her husband agreed to pay five hundred thousand dollars in bribes to get their girls into USC. The money allegedly bought them two spots on the women's rowing team. Their application allegedly had photo shopped images of the girls on rowing machines. Crystal crews reporting from L A Lachlan is expected to turn herself into a thirties today.