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"ridell" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"ridell" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Go quarterback so I think the best hope for Justin. Herbert is Is to go with either that fifth or sixth tick And if not there Who knows maybe we'll see a little bit of sly book the way that is going to way to use food shares have played out with the quarterbacks. He's he is either going really early as you talked about within the first six picks or he may not go into the twenties the team to keep an eye on and my mind would be the New England patriots only because his maturity His combination of athleticism. An arm talent would appear to kind of fit what they like and even though they had jerry stood him. I just we keep an eye on the patriots in him because it seems like a bit of a of a match up based on his intelligence his athleticism his instincts in the way that he plays and the way that New England. Patriots have played drafted quarterbacks in the past. Some this thing here you know we can debate on what Justin Herbert's going at the next level What's the right fit form this that and the other one thing that I've learned to this process talking to all these people you're getting a professional? You're getting somebody that's going to be serious minded. That's GonNa you know he's going to be smart enough to swallow the playbook and in very short order you're not gonNA worry about him off the field. You're getting responsible human being by WHO's GonNa put all the work in It's just a matter of then getting into the right spot and and hope for the best that he can be successful but you definitely leave this podcast feeling comfortable. Justin Herbert human thing Without question you feel good about here. representing the franchise as the defacto. Ceo He's the face of the franchise he's GonNa take care of The franchise protective with his actions on and off to feel and at the end of the day man. I think he's a really really good player. is he A tier one player in this class. I'm not necessarily ready to consider debt but I do believe Rice's way she won a Tony gave after. You can't be a winner as a starting quarterback echo those comments Well this is the first of our three three sixty episodes that we're going to produce and get to you before the NFL draft this one Followed by Joe Borough. That's going to be released on April ninth on April Sixteenth. We'll have Alabama's to a ton of Loa on the Sixteenth. So we got a couple more of these three sixty episodes coming your way. I hope you have enjoyed these. If this is the first time you've found us with the move the sticks podcast encourage you to download and subscribe and and we'll keep you cover with all the information as it pertains the NFL draft as well as the NFL and college football seasons in the fall. So you can find us on apple podcast Sir. Wherever you listen to podcast you can find the move. The sticks podcasts. So we do appreciate checking us out. I want to give a special. Thank you to Arjuna to Nabeel to mark to David Singer whose helped provide us these wonderful guests John Ridell has helped us as we've tried to navigate some of the complications here with being home and being outside the studio so we have a great team on move the sticks. I WanNa thank all those guys for all their work. That's going to do it for us. Thank you guys so much for listening. We'll catch next time right here on moves..

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"ridell" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"ridell" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Was getting tired hired. Although he had remarkable energy he was still a sixty two year old man. He regretfully told Moseley that he had to conclude the interview. George Walked Moseley back to his car. He told him he hoped Moseley would someday discover the truth of what he called. The space brothers message after the interview mostly sat in his car for a bit to write down his thoughts. Moseley printed these notes in his book. Shockingly close to to the truth. Confessions of grave robbing UFOLOGISTS quote. Several of his theories are definitely pseudoscientific or crackpot and of course the fact he relates are still open to very serious doubt however I do not think donskis account is a hoax at at least not in the usual sense of the word if the account is untrue adopts key is nevertheless sincere in relating it there is a very deep very small possibility that adopt skis account is a deliberate an unscrupulous hoax. There is a much greater chance that it was a psychological Goeller so-called psychic experience. There is also a good chance that adopt ski may in all good faith be lying in order to expound doctrines trends and ideas. He sincerely feels to be true. There is a fourth and final possibility. And that is that adopt skis. Account is true. Do and after meeting Danski I would say there is a very definite and real possibility that the incident really happened end quote wrote in these notes. Moseley perfectly captured the ability. George had to sway people to his side. Moseley knew that the details details of Georgia's story didn't hold up but George was so charismatic. That Moseley felt compelled to defend him. However it didn't take long for Moseley's conflicted feelings to change? Shortly after the interview. He obtained news evidence. That cast significant doubt on Georgia's story very shortly after his interview with George Moseley finally got in touch with Gerald Baker. The man who had been falsely he credited with a photo of the Venetians UFO. In Georgia's book he confirmed to Moseley that it was George who really took the picture. Initially Baker had felt indebted to George because he was being allowed to live. Georgia's campground rent-free. This is why he had agreed to take credit for the picture picture in the first place but now Baker was feeling guilty about his part in helping George spread his lies. Moseley was intrigued. Now that he was away from Georgia's spellbinding personality his skepticism had returned however he still didn't have any concrete evidence. Winston George was a liar but Baker did Baker showed Moseley a letter that George had written to him on November seconds. Nineteen fifty three in the letter. George reminded Baker that the photo had been heavily publicized and that Baker's reputation within the UFO community would be ruined if he admitted the picture wasn't his Moseley realized that this letter probably wouldn't be enough to change the minds of Georgia's die-hard believers. But this was definitive proof that George wasn't above lying and furthermore it showed that he wasn't above making subtle threats to those caught in his web of deceit despite what Dj detweiler had said about the supposed authenticity of Georgia's photos mostly was now certain. The George faked them if the photos were truly authentic. Why was it so important for George to have Baker's independently taken photograph in late December nineteen fifty? Three Moseley contacted. Dr Walter Ridell. A senior project engineer at North American aviation who was also part of a UFO club called the civilian saucer investigation as a science minded man. Ridell did I believe that you were foes could be ships from another planet but was skeptical of the decidedly unscientific story but fourth in Georgia's book at Moseley's requests. Dr Ridell agreed to examine Georgia's most famous. UFO photograph using one of the high powered. Microscopes said his lab Moseley nervously awaited the results of ridell examination. This was Moseley's make or break moment. If ridell concluded the picture picture was a fake Moseley would have indisputable proof that George was a liar and then there was another possibility. What if Ridell L. said the photo was real? Would that mean George was actually telling the truth. After what felt like an eternity ridell finally finally called Moseley he had concluded beyond any doubt that the photo was fake. The picture was a low angle shot of the UFO. Giving the viewer a clear. Look at what George identified as its circular landing gear. When idell took a closer look? He discovered word that the landing gear was inscribed with General Electric's ged symbol. It wasn't landing gear. It was a light bulb this this was it. This was the proof. Moseley needed to make Georgia's house of cards come tumbling down. Moseley breathed a sigh of relief. The photo was a fraud and so was George but if Moseley was going to take down George he was going to do it right. He couldn't just go into the world waving around hoechst. UFO Photo and shouting. The George was a liar if Moseley he was going to convince Georgia's followers that their idol was a fraud. He had to organize the findings from his investigations into a single coherent document over the course of the next year. Moseley meticulously prepared. His case against George Finally Moseley's expose titled some some new facts on the flying saucers have landed was published in the January nineteen fifty five addition of Paranormal magazine called Nexus Moseley's comprehensive thorough dismantling of Georgia's story was so popular that the expose was reprinted. The following month Moseley. I was elated. He had achieved his goal of making a name for himself in the UFO community. Now he could sit back and enjoy the fireworks as this. George scrambled to defend himself. But George didn't take the bait. When asked to comment on Moseley's expose George would only say that Moseley was an agent of Wall Street who was only motivated by money? Moseley was perplexed. Georgia's reaction was much more muted than he had anticipated. He was expecting fire. And Fury what he got was the equivalent of a shoulder shrug but behind the scenes James. George knew he needed a strong response to Moseley's accusations. Although his core followers were sticking by his side George new they. They might abandon him if he didn't do something soon. Coming up Georgia Dombrowski takes action and now back to the story story for the first few months after James Moseley's expose Georgia Dombrowski stayed quiet. But that didn't mean he wasn't taking action when the bomb dropped six months later on June first nineteen fifty five with the publication of Georgia's second book inside the spaceships. This new book chronicle Georgia's continuing extraterrestrial adventures and it was a doozy in the book. George described how on February eighteenth nineteen fifty three. He was overcome by an inexplicable urge to go to Los Angeles. He immediately recognized cognizitive as the same feeling that had told him to go into the desert when he first met his friend from Venus Normally George was reluctant to leave his home at Palomar Gardens but if his friend was calling to him George new he had to answer his summons with little else to guide him other other than his intuition. George checked into a downtown hotel and waited. He was certain that his friend would give him some sort of guidance. George look towards the hotel's entryway and saw two men approaching him. He didn't recognize them but they knew him. However for these weren't men they were aliens? They introduced themselves as a Martian named for Khan and a set turney named Romeu. George was surprised at their perfect English and familiarity with human customs. The aliens explained that as contact contact men. It was their job to live among humans and become comfortable navigating through society while George was pleased to meet the new aliens and he was disappointed that his Venetian friend wasn't there for calling in Iran. Who told him not to worry? The Venetian whose name was orthon was waiting for them. In the Mojave Desert George jumped in for Konin Ramousse car without hesitation. He was eager to reunite with orthon. Although their previous meeting had only lasted an hour. George felt a close bond with Venetian Ramu skillfully guided them through the busy streets and onto the highway. Leaving the city. They drove for almost two hours. Leaving Los Angeles has a bright lights behind them. George marveled at the desert's all all encompassing darkness. The only illumination came from the car's headlights and the starry moonlit sky without warning Ramu turned earned the car onto a narrow dirt road. George gazed out at the shadowy scrub brush and twisted Joshua trees as the car bounced along the rough off-road for what seemed like an eternity but all of a sudden a gentle white glow appeared in the distance for a moment. George thought it was as the moon rising into the sky.

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"ridell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ridell was alone and director of the college entrance exam preparation at the prestigious IMG academy in Florida ridell saying in a statement, I am profoundly sorry for the damage. I have done and grief, I have caused those as a result of my needless actions but deny he was involved in any bribery, saying I absolutely unequivocally never bribed. Anyone ROY does alleged role in fixing the standardized test scores includes actress, Felicity Huffman daughter, President Trump doubling down on his idea to send us at asylum-seeking migrants to sanctuary cities hours after the White House said it had rejected the idea of taking migrants who legally crossed the border and setting them free on the streets of cities governed by Democrats, the president himself fully embraced the idea. We are looking at the possibility strongly looking at to be honest with you, the Washington. Post first reported the White House that department of homeland security to review the feasibility of busing the migrants to so called sanctuary cities. Where local authorities have declined to cooperate with federal immigration officials. That's ABC's Jonathan Karl. The so called transgender ban went into effect Friday, effectively barring anyone who is or has transitioned from enlisting in the military. Anyone in the military who is actively begun the process is exempt but army captain Olivia stomach and active duty veteran tells ABC news that been grandfathered in doesn't mean they won't be affected. That's not when you have folks at the top of the chain of command, essentially said you don't belong in the military transgender. People are not qualified to serve outside of this one selects that we're just letting say because they came out at a time when they said, they could it really sets the tone for easy discrimination. This is ABC news. Hey, it Stacy Brooks meet Denise like my brother-in-law. She suffers from sleep apnea. I would wake up in the morning feeling very tired. Like I had slept at all. I would wake up every morning with a headache. That feeling basically lasted all day..

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"ridell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news. I'm Todd at the president weighing in on the reports that the White House had proposed a plan that would have taken the migrants detained at the US Mexico border to so-called sanctuary cities, local governments have a policy of not cooperating with federal immigration officials. The president taking to Twitter, and contradicting the official White House statement on their plan that they had considered bussing detained migrants and releasing them into sanctuary cities last night. The White House said this was Justice ingestion that was floated and quickly rejected without any further discussion, but on Twitter, the president tweeting due to the fact that Democrats are unwilling to change are very dangerous emmigration laws. We are indeed as reported giving strong consideration to pleasing illegal immigrants and sanctuary cities only this idea was first floated in then again in February, but lawyers after reviewing the proposal have rejected it as a legal three Marshall ABC news. The White House wheelchair type scooter set himself on fire outside the White House. Secret service sprang to action and extinguish the flames then held the man until an ambulance. Transport into a hospital. Sources say he was known to the secret service. They'd seen him around before we're told he had no apparent political motive and was only out to harm himself ABC's Phillips outside the White House. Police in Minnesota curly investigating how a child Phil from the third level of the mall of America Friday morning. Authorities are looking to witness accounts which claim a man either pushed or shoved a five year old from the third level of the mall, Bloomington. Police chief Jeff Potts twenty four year old male at this time. We do not believe there is a relationship between the suspect and the child or the family of the child Bloomington. Police say the child has significant injuries and is receiving care at an area hospital. A former Florida prep school administrators pleaded guilty to rigging students entrance exam scores in nationwide college admissions cheating scheme. Mark ridell pleaded guilty in Boston federal court Friday to mail fraud and money laundering conspiracy charges. You're listening to ABC news. Ramento's number one for breaking news, traffic, and weather heart.

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Mark Ridell, Fraud And Harvard discussed on The Kuhner Report

The Kuhner Report

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Mark Ridell, Fraud And Harvard discussed on The Kuhner Report

"Afternoon and the test taker genius at the middle of the college cheating emission scandal is set to plead guilty Mark ridell will enter. Guilty plea in federal court in Boston to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and money laundering. The harvard. Grad is accused of taking ACT SAT's for students for wealthy parents working with scandal mastermind

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"ridell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Office as determine a fatal officer involved shooting and do all buzney was justified. Use of Bentley force officers killed Benjamin Lucas during an exchange of gunfire at a home on south Behan lane last year. There was a. Murder this morning and Louisville's West End man was found shot to death on south twentieth streets. There's no reports of any arrests in that case another guilty plea in the college admissions cheating scandal ABC's, Linsey Davis has more on the charges that test taking genius Mark ridell will plead to in a Boston courtroom later today court documents point to actress, Felicity Huffman as just one of the parents who use ridell services right L, allegedly flying from his home in Tampa to Los Angeles to Proctor the SAT for huffman's oldest daughter Sophia in two thousand seventeen ultimately raising her score to a fourteen twenty about a four hundred point increase from her. PSAT exam Huffman who is now pleading guilty now says her daughter knew absolutely nothing about her actions. ABC's Linsey Davis. Reporting senior Master Sergeant Harley obey will jump out of ability airplane parachute into. The Ohio river tomorrow as part of the thunder over Louisville air show will be flying over at a hopefully about five thousand feet and exiting and do what we call hop and pop so we'll X the aircraft get stable and immediately deploy parachutes from there will.

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"ridell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on KOMO

"He pressed him twice in the last few months proposal for political payback centered on migrants arrested at the border has been discussed within the Trump administration. ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl on what sources are saying. The idea was first raised in November shortly after the midterm elections. When the president was raising alarms about caravans of undocumented immigrants coming from Central America to seek asylum in the United States and Democrats want open borders, and they want these people coming in plan, which would have moved migrants to districts represented by political foes of the president was reported to congress by whistle blowers within the department of homeland security, according to the Washington Post also came up again in February the plan deemed illegal by homeland security lawyers officials now confirm to ABC news. There have been conversations about using the military to build and run tent cities for migrants into Texas locations, another guilty. Plea is expected today in the college admission scam investigation ABC's Linsey Davis, says Mark ridell. L is set to plead guilty to fraud documents point to actress, Felicity Huffman as just one of the parents who use ridell services right L, allegedly flying from his home in Tampa to Los Angeles to Proctor the SAT for huffman's oldest daughter Sophia in two thousand seventeen ultimately raising her score to a fourteen twenty about a four hundred point increase from her PSAT exam. The city of Chicago has now officially sued actor Justice Millette ABC. Stephanie Ramos says officials want him to pay the city back for the investigation into his allegations about being attacked. We've reached out to small team they have not commented on this. But his attorney small it's attorney says that he denies making any false statements of the city is asking for a hundred and thirty thousand dollars which could triple your also tacking on legal costs at the city has a crew police officer that effectively bans transgender Americans from serving in the military taking affect today. This is ABC news..

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"ridell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Nice outside with going broke it to you yesterday. And now, it's national news Volusia county deputy Tommy Dane recovers this morning lucky to be alive after a carjacking suspect shot at him grazing his head with a bullet. This was a millimeter away from being a different story. Sheriff Mike Chitwood believes the guy was trying to commit suicide by cop his deputies shot him, and you can hear in the cell phone video. The suspect died from his injuries deputy, Tommy Dane is recovering at home. Updating the largest college admissions cheating scam ever busted today. We have another guilty plea this time from Florida man in the Tampa area. Reporter Lindsay Davis tells us about Mark ridell test taking genius. He was once touted for his tutoring. Prowess and skills on the Harvard tennis team, but this morning, Mark ridell is gearing up for a match at a much different court federal court as he plans to plead guilty to mail fraud and money laundering charges for his involvement as the go-to standardized test taker in the varsity blues scandal, they're taking the test for other students or replacing students scores with zome. All right. Another Florida man story. Lots of Florida man today. A southwest Florida man's in trouble for getting drunk and causing a scene at an olive garden. Police in Naples got a call about a drunk shirtless. Guy shoveling spaghetti into his mouth outside of an olive garden when they arrived, they found thirty two year old Ben. Paget who was harassing customers shouting profanities on a bench. Police say they wiped the food office face and arrested in will pageant, muttered obscenities, the whole time he's since been released on bond in his facing several charges recopied on news ninety six point five WDBO tolerate that kind of silly behavior at the olive garden..

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"ridell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I four page Carreira NewsRadio WFL a mild in the mid sixties tonight, even warmer tomorrow with a high of eighty four eighty two degrees now at NewsRadio WFL. A the Florida house has approved a Bill allowing medical marijuana patients to light up their meds. One hundred one years eleven nays, Mr Speaker. Shoulder. Bill passed the Bill lifts the ban on smoking medical marijuana bans smoking in public and in indoor workplaces and bans patients under eighteen unless they have a terminal condition. The Bill now goes to governor to Santa's who is expected to sign it. Actress Laurie Laughlin is in police custody after turning herself into Los Angeles. Authorities today in connection with the massive college cheating scandal at least fifty wealthy parents division, one coaches and college administrators are accused in the scheme to get undeserving students into elite colleges. Meanwhile, the IMG academy in Bradenton has suspended its director of college entrance exam. Prep Mark ridell. And now he is speaking out about his role in the cheating scandal. A written statement from Mark ridell has been released by his Tampa tourneys office in it ridell says he takes full responsibility for his role in the college admissions cheating scandal, though, he denies bribing. Anyone I am profoundly sorry for the damage. I've done. Writes ridell who's now been suspended as a director at the IMG academy in Bradenton. I understand how my actions contributed to a loss of trust in the college admissions process. He continues ridell is accused of helping students cheat on their SAT tests going as far as taking the test for some of them for a ten thousand dollar fee in his statement ridell also says he believes the more than a thousand students he legitimately helped will quote paint a more complete picture of the person, I truly am. Sharon parker. Newsradio. WFL a FDLE agents have arrested the acting port Richey mayor on obstruction charges agents. Received information that sixty four year old Terrence row was conspiring to interfere with an active criminal investigation row began serving as acting mayor following the arrest of former mayor Dale Glenn massad who is facing charges of attempted murder after he allegedly opened fire on a swat team trying to serve a search warrant at his home for practicing medicine without a license. It's six oh three. On NewsRadio WFL, a a big change of mind about the Boeing seven thirty-seven, max didn't exactly change Wall Street's direction, but it did crimp gained somewhat. The Dow ended up one hundred forty eight points higher. The NASDAQ added fifty two the S and P nineteen. Boeing shares dropped three percent on word. The FAA was following the lead of countries around the world, including Canada, and grounding the 737 max while the investigation of Sunday's crash in Ethiopia continues. The FAA says the decision was based on evidence gathered on the ground near the crash site. Still Boeing shares finished higher by a half percent. By the time the closing bell rang. They're not gonna like the way. This looks the parent company of men's warehouse and Joseph A Bank didn't come close to meeting. Analysts targets for profit and revenue in the quarter ahead. Shares fell fifteen percent post market, an AT and T is making some adjustments that direct TV. It's raising prices for its direct TV. Now streaming service for NewsRadio WFL. A I'm Joan Doniger with the Bloomberg business.

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Mark Riddell Suspended by IMG Academy After Indictment in Bribery Scandal

AM Tampa Bay

01:02 min | 2 years ago

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.

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"ridell" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I've got the stand by. Use me. I don't know. What's happening is at allergy season. Like timers like it is I've been waylaid for about a week. And I'm on the Allegra D right now. Yeah. So but still got a little caught up there. Yeah. Something. Okay. Here's one. Here's a bonus Florida for you. Right. Keep churning amount faster than we can do. This is a big topic key, Florida, big key. I don't know where it is. But it seems it's gotta be west coast. So in south right somewhere. Too many keys over on the east coast. COP ITT forty eight year old. Yeah. It's in the lower, Florida Keys. Yeah. All right. Down by key west get on the overseas highway there ever been on that thing there. I have not it's awesome. If you can get on it on a day when it's not too busy. Yeah. Fantastic. Easy driving easy driving just fun driving because you're just driving basically over the ocean is going to say you're flanked by water. And then every once in a while, you're on a key. And then you're back on it. Yeah. It's basically a bridge. Authorities say a forty eight year old Florida man, raise the can of beer and chugged it after a deputy sheriff stopped him on suspicion of drunk driving. Stew remove any suspicion. I go ahead and confirm. Darrell Royal ridell told Monroe county sheriff's investigators. He was scared. When he fled in his pickup truck. I don't think that works as deputy. Anthony Lopez stepped out of his patrol car Thursday ridell drove for a short distance before stopping. Ridell has three prior DUI convictions between two thousand three and two thousand ten and a fourth is pending from two thousand seventeen. You might be an alcoholic, sir. The report says ridell got out of his truck beer cannon handed chugged. I mean, I guess if you're already going down you might as well finish. You're you're right. You've stopped. I mean, car vehicle to stop. I'm not driving. Now, I'm walking cans empty, right? L faces numerous charges, including felony DUI fleeing from a deputy driving with a suspended license and failure to submit to a breath test. He's in jail without bond records don't list a lawyer. Okay. You could at least chant chug. I'm all officer. As your man. This is loose behavior. Yeah. All right. Well, good luck to them. Seems like they might want to try to get him into program. I think so forth one here. Yeah. It's funny. But it's not funny. You're right. Yeah. Yes. Tend to lose his license now. At least right? I lost. It doesn't stop him from driving. I mean gas to get around mess the kings. Here doesn't bring itself to you. You know, you gotta do what you gotta do. I guess. All right. Well, good luck to them in prison or wherever he's going. The prisons down there. In florida. Higher-grade fancier. Yeah. They're pastel colored. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They'll have like the. Bars covered with bamboo looks hammocks hammocks to swing back and forth. A flatmate. Yeah. Yeah. The toilet in the in the cell is a giant clam shell. Oh, yeah. Yeah. It's very. It's lovely. It's quite lovely actually floors covered in sand. Give you yes. His choral pieces of coral around the room case, you wanna cut your roommate with stuff can get pretty sure. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Well. Florida. Yeah. What are you gonna do? I don't know. I still like it though. Yeah. I still like it part of it is because when I'm down there. I'm like this one of the smartest people there. You could be elected king of Florida. Right. I think I can I think I could definitely make a good showing going to be one of the more sober people down there too. It sounds like. Yeah. Oh, definitely it's and this Florida floor idiot behavior is not confined to one certain area. I imagine it's it's more dense in some areas. But you can see it pretty much wherever you go. Do you feel the presence of fluids everywhere? Although you said when you go down there you catch a little of it like you get neutered. You are Nuder polluter. Yeah. But I don't drink any prompting. You'll be nude. You know, the UPS guy. It's all private private private nudity. I'm your private dancer, but I don't drink right now. Matter of fact. Haven't been sober for twenty three years. Congrats clean and sober. Congratulations. Thank you. Thank you may still have still blow it. You kind of get to the point where it's like a big your through the tough part. Yeah. Yeah. Whatever I mean, booze is everywhere. So if to you got to quit, you gotta really yes. Decide you're going to quit, right? And that's what I did. And I'm glad I did. Absolutely. All our message and data rates may apply. When did it become ok for men to be Lazier softer fatter?.

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Once A Regional Stabilizer, Saudi Arabia Becomes A Disrupter

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Once A Regional Stabilizer, Saudi Arabia Becomes A Disrupter

"This message comes from NPR sponsored jet dot com with two day delivery and no membership fees jet offers a tailored shopping experience that fits seamlessly into your daily life. Get started today by visiting jet dot com or downloading the jet app. Now for generations, Saudi Arabia's monarchs have based their rule on tradition and caution and above. All stability, crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman represents a break from that and his actions have some wondering whether Saudi Arabia may be destabilizing the Gulf region. Here's NPR national security correspondent Greg Mary. The old Saudi Arabia was a place. The United States often turn to in times of turbulence. When oil prices were spiking or political tensions were spiraling out of control. The new Saudi Arabia under crown prince. Mohammad bin Salman is now a key actor and sometimes an instigator in some of the region's most combustible events, Mohammed bin Salman as. Straighted recklessness and impulsiveness in decision making that has been very costly to the kingdom. That's Bruce ridell of the Brookings Institution who keeps a close watch on the kingdom. The crown prince is just thirty three. He rose to prominence three years ago when his father king Salman. Now AJ to became the most recent of seven brothers to take the Saudi throne since then the Saudis have embarked on a war in Yemen. They've blockaded their neighbor Qatar, and now they're under intense scrutiny for the disappearance and apparent death of journalist, Jamal kashogi. I think that the difference between Mohammed bin soman and and his uncles who ruled Saudi Arabia previously is that he might not have a sense of the limits of Saudi power. That's Gregory GAAS, a professor at Texas AM in an expert on Saudi Arabia. He says these episodes raise questions about the crown prince's judgment. He. Doesn't appreciate the the second and third order consequences and risks of some of these actions that he's taken the Warren Yemen where the US supports the Saudis. It's become a military stalemate and humanitarian. Catastrophe, the US Saudi relationship which dates to World War Two has often been bumpy you. Saudi relationship has always been about interested in non values. So says Jon Alterman of the center for strategic and international studies. Those interests include stability in world. Oil markets countering and expansive Iran, and keeping the Gulf comb. US presidents have come to understand by the end of their term that a lot of things in the Middle East and around the world are much easier to do with the Saudis on board and much more difficult if the Saudis are fighting you. This battle with Iran for preeminence in the region, Dr Saudi policy. But before Muhammad, the Saudis rely. Lied more on diplomacy and their financial clout. The crown prince has a more confrontational approach. Says Gregory gauze. He sees a Ron throwing its weight around in the region, and I think he, he says, why can't? Why can't Saudi Arabia do that? Well, I think that that Saudi Arabia hasn't been able to do it successfully. Donald Trump made his first foreign trip as president to Saudi Arabia, and he's a staunch supporter of the kingdom. This may have encouraged the Saudis to be more aggressive, but the international outcry over the disappearance of Jamal kashogi may change the equation says, Bruce ridell. The kashogi affair has now really raised a Pandora's box for the administration. The congress and the American media are not going to let the kashogi fair just go away as Mohammed bin Salman continues to disrupt the status quo. His critics are growing Greg, Mary NPR news, Washington support for NPR. And the following message come from Cirque du Soleil crystal, a frozen playground of world-class ice skating, and stunning acrobatics see it live at Capital One arena from December. Fifth to ninth tickets available now at Cirque du Soleil dot com.

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02:30 min | 3 years ago

Guy realizes he's screwed and chugs booze during a traffic stop

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"ridell" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Authorities say a forty eight year old florida man raised can of beer and chugged it after a deputy sheriff stopped him on suspicion of drunk driving to remove any suspicion i go ahead and confirm darrell royal ridell told monroe county sheriff's investigators he was scared when he fled in his pickup truck i don't think that works as deputy anthony lopez stepped out of his patrol car thursday ridell trophy for a short distance before stopping ridell has three prior dui convictions between two thousand three and two thousand ten and a fourth is pending from two thousand seventeen you might be an alcoholic sir the report says ridell got out of his truck beer cannon handed chugged i mean i guess if you're already going down you might as well finish you're you're right you've stopped i mean car vehicle to stop i'm at driving now i'm walking cans empty right l faces numerous charges including felony dui fleeing from a deputy driving with a suspended license and failure to submit to a breath test he's in jail without bond records don't list a lawyer okay you could at least chant chug i'm all officer man it's just loose behavior all right well good luck to him seems like they might want to try to get him into a program it's it's funny but it's not funny right destined to lose his license now at least.

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"ridell" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Jesse it's not about important that's not the measure it's about what we can fiscally provide for versus what you and your community ken well they don't have the courage to say no they don't have the courage to say no either the political courage or or because it's someone who they know and and they don't and and this what really unfortunate they don't believe that the people of alaska can actually make a good decision about the permanent fund and the permanent dividend and that's what's really frustrating as the elitist attitude that many of them have and then some of them are republicans and because of that they refused to let the people make a decision about what to do with permanent fund in the permanent dividend program yeah now you're you're on on point and i hope that people listening i mean my presumption is when you host the show when amy's arm and i'm on when rick ridell zone or some of these you know the even the mike carlin in the different talk shows there's not many left beagles gone and dukes are gone but i mean there's a few of us left and i count you in that you feel and in your exception and you could have your own show i think most people listening to our shows agree the you know i wish others would listen because don't you think most people driving your probably like yeah we agree with todd i want to reach the other folks that seem to vote for the berkowitz's in the walkers of the world to get off their back and they need to start having conversations with people and they need to get involved in campaigns because if you just hope for people to agree on you hope for things to change it's not gonna berkowitz gets reelected i liked him but i mean that's what happens it's not like you say it's not a popularity contest that's about executive management of city or a state so todd is always a pleasure you too man.

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"ridell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Anti loitering laws so my question the sanity of anybody who opens up his business in penn north or along pennsylvania avenue there in west baltimore i mean let's face it it's probably a lot riskier than having a corner store out in the suburbs that's for sure it's five fourteen times wcbs traffic with the first chart girl whitaker out again today feeling still a little bit under the weather and then for chuck is detour dave sandler sean good morning we're off to a great thursday morning starts so far around the beltway system nice and clear and again dry conditions as we get moving along on this thursday morning rushhour j x is fine too no problems at the fort mchenry or the harbor tunnel early to a dc ninety five in the parkway clean traffic looks good along i ninety five and philosophy highway coming in from the harford county line in down entertains tunnels look good both directions east and westbound dave with traffic on talk radio six eighty wcbs detour dave and uw cpm weather channel forecast gorgeous day today sunshine highs near seventy degrees and then we get some rain moving back into your again tonight tomorrow before dries up for the weekend current temperature frank fifty one degrees at the inner harbor in downtown baltimore forty eight degrees in laurel coming up in the news at five thirty man shot and killed in laurel and targeted attack time historical headlines for today is the twenty sixth of april this thursday we started the birthday challenge couple of singers gary right number his two big hits dream weaver and love is alive back in nineteen seventy six and bobby wild one ridell there's read a book about bobby ridell bobby rydell bobby bobby ridell seventy six years of age today and gary right seventy five and the wild what hit number two nineteen sixty while dream weaver.

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"ridell" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"It's so weird tom brady will not be able to wear his helmet that he used that he's used to wear for the past nineteen years anymore it has been disallowed by the nfl and their the reasoning why it's not up snuff anymore the nfl has just released its brand of helmets and the ridell tom brady wears the one does he wear nineteen years it's the ridell air x p and that one's been prohibited now so he is no longer allowed to wear that one not safe anymore bro safety standards have gone up the ryedale foundation revolution speed classic so they do have ridell the veil is just the one that he wore for the nineteen years in the nfl is now prohibited from being worn in the league would while you were playing since you're the only former professional athlete in the room ridell when you were playing now now you could ask you what what helmet your but i was gonna ask did you get attached did you have a specific helmet that you were for all years did you get attached to certain brands or certain equipment than if you did have to switch would that would that mess with your head.

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"ridell" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on WDRC

"Bobby ridell wild won the big d is back robbery the music professor celebrating bobby rydell this morning on april twentysixth he turned seventy six years of age yesterday was bill with rain you smiled at me these the you one sincere sunny one so true silence thank you sunshine sonny thank you now you're and now sunny ones sonny thank you let me see thank you from barbara's torn black wind blows then.

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"ridell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Modified mark eighty two bomb with a laser guidance system called pave way to manufactured in arizona and texas this was not a fact lost on the emmys protesting the strike thousands pour into the capital sonata buried their mayor among some hundred and forty people killed and five hundred others injured in an apparent saudi led coalition airstrike two days earlier leader of the who 'this wagged his finger at the us and doin lena these acts of aggression are ordered from the center of washington before they are ordered from riyadh all this as reuters learns exclusively some us officials had warned the obama administration the us could in theory be implicated in war crimes for supporting the saudi led air campaign but this wasn't just in theory bruce ridell agrees the us is integral to the war the royal saudi air force his basically an american and british creation overwhelming majority of the aircraft and the royal saudi air force are either american built for british built the ordinance to use the bombs the munitions are built in the united states and the united kingdom much of the intelligence that the use for carrying out strikes comes from the united states parody air refueling which permits them to carry out operations for longer periods of time is provided by the united states air force the united states is not a direct party to the war but we are an enabler of the war united states decided today that was going to cut off supplies spare parts munitions intelligence and everything else to the royal saudi air force will be grounded tomorrow when the war started the obama administration was cutting a nuclear deal with iran which the saudis vehemently opposed so the administration wasn't going to risk further damaging the relationship with its most powerful arab ally by cutting off military support though it did urge the saudis to be more precise and to avoid civilian casualties for the last three years the united states is tried to get the saudis to be more careful in there bombing raids i don't see any appreciable change in that situation and.

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"ridell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mark eighty two bomb with a laser guidance system coal to pave way to manufactured in arizona and texas this was not a fact lost on the emmys protesting the strike thousands pour into the capital sonata buried their mayor among some hundred and forty people killed and five hundred others injured in an apparent saudi led coalition air two days earlier leader of the huskies wagged his finger at the us and doin earlier these acts of aggression or ordered from the center of washington before they are ordered from riyadh all this as reuters learns exclusively some us officials had warned the obama administration the us could in theory be implicated in war crimes for supporting the saudi led air campaign but this wasn't just in theory bruce ridell agrees the us is integral to the war the royal saudi air force his basically an american and british creation overwhelming majority of the aircraft in the royal saudi air force are either american built for british built the ordinance they used the bombs munitions are built in the united states and the united kingdom much of the intelligence that they use for carrying out strikes comes from the united states air refueling which permits them to carry out operations for longer periods of time is provided by the united states air force the united states is not a direct party to the war but we aren't enabler of the war the united states decided today that was going to cut off supplies spare parts munitions intelligence and everything else to the royal saudi air force b will be grounded tomorrow when the war started the obama administration was cutting a nuclear deal with iran which the sound is vehemently opposed so the administration wasn't going to risk further damaging the relationship with its most powerful arab ally by cutting off military support though it did urge the saudis to be more precise and to avoid civilian casualties for the last three years the united states is tried to get the saudis to be more careful in their bombing raids i don't see any appreciable change in that situation and.

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"ridell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"ridell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With a laser guidance system cool to pave way to manufactured in arizona and texas this was not a fact lost on the yemeni protesting the strike thousands pour into the capital sonata buried their mayor among some hundred and forty people killed and five hundred others injured in an apparent saudi led coalition air today's earlier leader of the who wagged his finger at the us and doin earlier these acts of aggression or ordered from the center of washington before they are ordered from riyadh all this as reuters learns exclusively some us officials had warned the obama administration the us could in theory be implicated in war crimes for supporting the saudi led air campaign but this wasn't just in theory bruce ridell agrees the us is integral to the war the royal saudi air force is basically an american and british creation overwhelming majority of the aircraft in the royal saudi air force are either american built for british built the ordinance to use the bombs munitions are built in the united states and the united kingdom much of the intelligence that they use for carrying out strikes comes from the united states airtoair refueling which permits them to carry out operations for longer periods of times provided by the united states air force the united states is not a direct party to the war but we are an enabler of the war united states decided today that was going to cut off supplies spare parts munitions intelligence and everything else to the royal saudi air force will be grounded tomorrow when the war started the abomination was cutting a nuclear deal with iran which the sound is vehemently opposed so the administration wasn't going to risk further damaging the relationship with its most powerful arab ally by cutting off military support though it did urge the saudis to be more precise and to avoid civilian casualties for the last three years the united states has tried to get the saudis to be more careful in there bombing rates i don't see any appreciable change in that situation and.

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