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Fresh update on "rudolph" discussed on Jared and Katie
"I'd like to know not only the reclining seats, but it's huge, relatively cheap tickets compared to all the other half and it does on the outside inside, gorgeous, great, but they had to evolve to have reclining seats, which took out a lot of Rose. Yes, True movie theater now is half or less than it used to be. So that's why the ticket price had to go. So the demand that people want to go still because they don't want to sit in those little seas thinking. Get from their own home now on their couch, laidback, almost any movie they want and then my favorite thing. If you really want to save money, you go to the corners. Real movie theater where super cheap, the refreshments are cheap. Now your legs might fall off because they're so hard, but you know what you're getting. You know you're going to go in and they're there. There were putting no money into the seats anymore. But it's cheap and have all the big movies at that point, You might as well just wait till it comes out on. No, it's fun. I like you like you are a movie theater. That has nothing to do with it at all. You're not going to go to a movie theater and you and you won't walk up your stairs of your house to sit in a movie theater, right? I've been to the Kernersville movie theater because I wanted to see Germany too, so bad and one cheaper and it was cheaper. And I like that. More like that. And everything. Who the constant But if I was If it wasn't that that particular movie I would be fine watching it downstairs in my family room on my couch, the video, okay? And that now I do like going the high 0.1 because it's just a huge different xperia. Yeah, you got to experience other people who know me and that they had to with her crunching stop. You should be running out your theatre that you don't go to your shed, renting out their pools. You should rent out. Your, um like My kids, and when some friends came over, I'll set them up in the theater, and they want to move there. It's not a little bit difficult to because our 3.5 year old's yelling non stop and it once you shut that door. You don't know what's going on out there like she could be falling down the stairs and we have no idea of setting the house on right. So she has who were in that data is gonna have to be like Jesse, you are way I made my kids watch Robin Hood last night Like the really old one. Kevin Costner room. No, like they? Yeah, they did. Okay. Hillary was was really loving that all of the animals were in jail. When I was watching it. I thought this production blow problem. I start watching what I got so excited for everything. I'm like. Wait to see Rudolph the red nosed reindeer. Yeah, She looked at me like this sucks that it was terrible production. She's watching everything else. All the old ones are good. I hate that When you have a movie, you've been talking up and they watch and they hate it Well, and all I can think about the whole time I'm watching Robin Hooks haven't seen in forever is only wait a minute. That's the voice of six other characters. I know it was just like, you know, a handful of actors and actresses who did the voices for all the movies in the old Disney movies, which I thought had the great story. Great. They were great. It was like a pencil outline of, and it just looks terrible. Now. I think the colors aren't there is that it doesn't keep their attention as much. No, it doesn't. But they still had my mind. They're still fantastic. Even though I've watched them now as an adult store. Yes, because of this because of the memory. See now the fact that then you had to do frame by frame drawings. There was no computer animation. You had us in the head to 32 frames per 2nd 32 drawings for the For your character to like blank..
PennDot has big changes in mind for the Schuylkill Expressway, Philadelphia
"Dot is about to bring you a brand new traffic pattern along the Scougall Expressway between 30th Street and University Avenue. What That's going to win tail on how it's going to affect your commute from K Y W's Marc Abrahams. Drivers have been dealing with some daily lane restrictions. An occasional weekend closures of the Scougall expressway between 30th Street and University Avenue. As crews work to complete repairs in that area pendants Brad Rudolph says that work is nearly finished, and panda is ready to move to a new phase. Involving repairs to the median barrier, and Rudolph says that will have a big impact. So after the westbound lanes are completed sometime in mid to late August, we will set up a long term pattern for westbound traffic, where they'll have one playing that gets through, so we have to close the left lane and we're going to keep the right lane open for about 15 weeks straight. That means the South Street ramps will also be closed on the westbound side of the expressway as well. Eastbound traffic will be shift is slightly, but Rudolph says Two lanes will be maintained. Rudolph says. Crews hope to finish the work and reopen the entire highway. By early December.
Browns' Garrett vows to not let 'one moment' define him
"Garrett with the media yesterday after signing his five year extension with the Browns hundred Mil guaranteed quickly overcoming the Mason Rudolph Helmet swinging incident. Bigger than one moment of me, the browns. My teammates are GONNA look. Gone Onto. Success in Belgium via a small bump in the
Atlanta rapper Lil Marlo killed in shooting on I-285, police confirm
"Arrested low Marlowe from the track to the hard way with little baby Wass Wass No No is is going going to to steal. steal. But But Marlowe's Marlowe's debut for Quality Control music allowed. Police say they are investigating the death. Of the rising allowed a rapper who police say was found dead from a gunshot wound inside a car along to 85 Saturday night. The 30 year old Rudolph Simmons Johnson also went by the names Young Rudy are rude rappers, Togliatti and Meek mill are among those posting memorials online low. Marlo had two Children. Is the violence at Marrakesh. Alas, bottom says she wants stopped. Enough is enough. We're fighting the enemy was in while we're shooting each other up on our streets in this city, and he shot and killed a baby, this random Wow while West shoot because you can, it's gotta stop. The mayor heard they're after the shooting death of little sick Korea. Turner. Meanwhile, police say they now have a second person of interest. In that case. Her death happened near the burned out Wendy's, where Rayshad books was shot and killed by police last month. There is a $20,000 reward. The public viewing for eight year old say Korea is Tuesday at Marie Brothers Funeral home in southwest Atlanta. Tyler Perry is paying for her funeral.
"rudolph" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder. Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is Encyclopedia Will Monica? Today's contender was a pioneering American athlete who overcame childhood paralysis became a legendary track and field star. She was an Olympic champion and international sports icon, following her performances in the nineteen, fifty six and nineteen sixty Olympic Games. Please welcome Wilma Rudolph. Wilma was born on June twenty third, nineteen, forty and Saint Bethlehem Tennessee to Ed and blanche. Rudolph she was the twentieth of twenty two siblings born cross her father's two marriages. Soon after she was born. WILMA's family moved to Clarksville Tennessee so her father could work as a railway porter. Wilma was born prematurely, and she suffered a number of serious childhood illnesses in her early years, including scarlet fever and pneumonia. She also about polio when she was five. She survived polio, but developed infantile paralysis in her left foot and leg a result of the virus. This caused severe weakness in disability in that leg and forced her to wear a heavy brace to support. The prognosis was bleak, Wilma later wrote. My doctor told me I would never walk again. My mother told me I would. I believed my mother. With limited medical care available to African Americans in Nineteen Forties Clarksville. WILMA's mother made weekly bus trips with her to a historically black medical college in Nashville for treatment and physical therapy. These treatments along with daily massage is provided by her family. Members helped Wilma's slowly regained strength in her left leg. By the time she was twelve Wilma had made enough progress to walk, and even run without her brace early on Wilma had to be home schooled due to illness, but when she was seven, she started attending public elementary school. Time. She started high school. She was not only fully able to walk, but was the basketball and track star for her school. Others outside of school saw her burgeoning athletic talent to. She was noticed by Tennessee State University's track coach when she was just fourteen. So, Wilma began training regularly at Tennessee state, track and field powerhouse at the time. She even competed for the University Wall still technically in school. When Wilma, was sixteen years old, she was invited to attend the nineteen fifty six. US S. Olympic track and field team qualifying trials in Seattle Washington. She qualified to compete in the two hundred meter individual event at the nineteen fifty six Olympics making her. The youngest member of the US Olympic team in Melbourne Australia Wilma didn't make it out of the preliminary heats the two hundred meter dash, but she was a member of the American four by one hundred relay team that won bronze at that Olympics she vowed to return to the nineteen sixty summer Olympics in Rome and that she would then win gold in nineteen, fifty eight. We'll know began attending Tennessee state as a fulltime student while continuing her track training there over the next two years she won a slew of medals at international amateur and collegiate events. Still her. I was set on the Nineteen Sixty Olympics. At the nineteen sixty US track and field team, qualifying trials in Abilene Texas. WILMA set a world record in the two hundred meter dash. She retained that record for the next eight years. She also qualified for the Olympics in the one hundred meter dash. Wilma arrived at the nineteen sixty summer. Olympics with dreams of winning gold. She left having earned her place as one of the greatest athletes of the twentieth century. Rome welcomes the summer games the Seventeen Olympian. Competing on a cinder track, Wilma won gold in the one hundred meter dash the two hundred meter dash, and in the four by one hundred meter relay. She was the first American woman in history to win. Three gold medals at a single Olympics Rudolph destroyed the the two hundred fame her second job. She was called the tornado, the flash and the fastest woman in history. The nineteen sixties Olympics for the first game be televised, internationally and Wilma was one of the breakout stars of the coverage along with fellow American teammates cash clay, who later changed his name to Muhammad? Ali and Oscar Robertson. She was thrust into the international spotlight where she was called the greatest American athlete of the day, and was held for physical grace and beauty. After the Olympics will went on a European tour where she competed in packed stadiums across the continent. She then headed back to the US where she received a heroine's welcome. WILMA's hometown of Clarksville Tennessee wanted to celebrate with a parade and day of festivities. Wilma refused to attend unless the event was integrated. Adult welcome Wilma. Day held on October Fourth Nineteen, sixty became the first fully integrated of bent in Clarksville history it was attended by an estimated eleven hundred people. Nineteen sixty-one Wilma won the prestigious Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year award a year later at just twenty two years old. Wilmer retired from track competition. She wanted to leave at top of her game to get a standing ovation in my own country outdoors, which I'd never had before I. Think was the this moment in my career I retired that day, and I have never regretted. With regard to competing in the upcoming nineteen sixty four Olympics, Wilma set. If I want to medals, there would be something lacking. I'll stick with the glory I've already won like Jesse Owens did in nineteen, thirty six. After her retirement, Wilma went on to finish her degree in elementary education at Tennessee state and became a second grade teacher and a high school track coach. Throughout the years, she continued her involvement in promoting amateur athletics. Wilma died of a brain tumor on November Twelfth Nineteen Ninety four in Brentwood Tennessee. She was fifty four years old. All month we're talking about explorers and contenders for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our encyclopedias. Amana newsletter romantic weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia were Manica, and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan Special thanks to lose Kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator. Talk to you tomorrow. Before you go I. Have a quick request were eager to know more about our audience, so we created a shortlist survey to help us learn more about you visit. Wonder Media Network Dot com slash. To share your thoughts and be entered to win some wonder Media Network Swag that's wonder media network DOT, com slash survey I'll also post the link in the episode notes..
"rudolph" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder. Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is Encyclopedia Will Monica? Today's contender was a pioneering American athlete who overcame childhood paralysis became a legendary track and field star. She was an Olympic champion and international sports icon, following her performances in the nineteen, fifty six and nineteen sixty Olympic Games. Please welcome Wilma Rudolph. Wilma was born on June twenty third, nineteen, forty and Saint Bethlehem Tennessee to Ed and blanche. Rudolph she was the twentieth of twenty two siblings born cross her father's two marriages. Soon after she was born. WILMA's family moved to Clarksville Tennessee so her father could work as a railway porter. Wilma was born prematurely, and she suffered a number of serious childhood illnesses in her early years, including scarlet fever and pneumonia. She also about polio when she was five. She survived polio, but developed infantile paralysis in her left foot and leg a result of the virus. This caused severe weakness in disability in that leg and forced her to wear a heavy brace to support. The prognosis was bleak, Wilma later wrote. My doctor told me I would never walk again. My mother told me I would. I believed my mother. With limited medical care available to African Americans in Nineteen Forties Clarksville. WILMA's mother made weekly bus trips with her to a historically black medical college in Nashville for treatment and physical therapy. These treatments along with daily massage is provided by her family. Members helped Wilma's slowly regained strength in her left leg. By the time she was twelve Wilma had made enough progress to walk, and even run without her brace early on Wilma had to be home schooled due to illness, but when she was seven, she started attending public elementary school. Time. She started high school. She was not only fully able to walk, but was the basketball and track star for her school. Others outside of school saw her burgeoning athletic talent to. She was noticed by Tennessee State University's track coach when she was just fourteen. So, Wilma began training regularly at Tennessee state, track and field powerhouse at the time. She even competed for the University Wall still technically in school. When Wilma, was sixteen years old, she was invited to attend the nineteen fifty six. US S. Olympic track and field team qualifying trials in Seattle Washington. She qualified to compete in the two hundred meter individual event at the nineteen fifty six Olympics making her. The youngest member of the US Olympic team in Melbourne Australia Wilma didn't make it out of the preliminary heats the two hundred meter dash, but she was a member of the American four by one hundred relay team that won bronze at that Olympics she vowed to return to the nineteen sixty summer Olympics in Rome and that she would then win gold in nineteen, fifty eight. We'll know began attending Tennessee state as a fulltime student while continuing her track training there over the next two years she won a slew of medals at international amateur and collegiate events. Still her. I was set on the Nineteen Sixty Olympics. At the nineteen sixty US track and field team, qualifying trials in Abilene Texas. WILMA set a world record in the two hundred meter dash. She retained that record for the next eight years. She also qualified for the Olympics in the one hundred meter dash. Wilma arrived at the nineteen sixty summer. Olympics with dreams of winning gold. She left having earned her place as one of the greatest athletes of the twentieth century. Rome welcomes the summer games the Seventeen Olympian. Competing on a cinder track, Wilma won gold in the one hundred meter dash the two hundred meter dash, and in the four by one hundred meter relay. She was the first American woman in history to win. Three gold medals at a single Olympics Rudolph destroyed the the two hundred fame her second job. She was called the tornado, the flash and the fastest woman in history. The nineteen sixties Olympics for the first game be televised, internationally and Wilma was one of the breakout stars of the coverage along with fellow American teammates cash clay, who later changed his name to Muhammad? Ali and Oscar Robertson. She was thrust into the international spotlight where she was called the greatest American athlete of the day, and was held for physical grace and beauty. After the Olympics will went on a European tour where she competed in packed stadiums across the continent. She then headed back to the US where she received a heroine's welcome. WILMA's hometown of Clarksville Tennessee wanted to celebrate with a parade and day of festivities. Wilma refused to attend unless the event was integrated. Adult welcome Wilma. Day held on October Fourth Nineteen, sixty became the first fully integrated of bent in Clarksville history it was attended by an estimated eleven hundred people. Nineteen sixty-one Wilma won the prestigious Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year award a year later at just twenty two years old. Wilmer retired from track competition. She wanted to leave at top of her game to get a standing ovation in my own country outdoors, which I'd never had before I. Think was the this moment in my career I retired that day, and I have never regretted. With regard to competing in the upcoming nineteen sixty four Olympics, Wilma set. If I want to medals, there would be something lacking. I'll stick with the glory I've already won like Jesse Owens did in nineteen, thirty six. After her retirement, Wilma went on to finish her degree in elementary education at Tennessee state and became a second grade teacher and a high school track coach. Throughout the years, she continued her involvement in promoting amateur athletics. Wilma died of a brain tumor on November Twelfth Nineteen Ninety four in Brentwood Tennessee. She was fifty four years old. All month we're talking about explorers and contenders for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our encyclopedias. Amana newsletter romantic weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia were Manica, and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan Special thanks to lose Kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator. Talk to you tomorrow. Before you go I. Have a quick request were eager to know more about our audience, so we.
U.S. Attorney In New York Says He’s Not Resigning
"The justice department on a Friday night abruptly announced that Geoffrey Berman is being replaced as the US attorney for the Southern District of New York the announcement in writing from the Attorney General William Barr says that Berman is resigning Berman sent president trump's former personal attorney in so called fixer Michael Cohen to prison and Berman has been investigating the president's personal attorney Rudolph Giuliani as for that statement from bill Barr that day he Berman is resigning Berman put out a statement moments ago quote I learned in a press release from the Attorney General tonight that I was quote stepping down as United States Attorney I have not resigned and have no intention of resigning my position on quote
"Welcome to black widow watch like the deadly spider there named for many female criminals have used the promise of love to trap and kill their victims. These men believed they'd found the person. They would spend their lives with instead. They had wandered right into the web of a deadly Predator throughout this month. I'm taking a look at the world's most notorious black widows in these episodes. I'll uncover what made these women decide to murder the people they vowed to love and cherish. Will detail the specific methods they use to carry out these ends, and finally we'll explore what made their respective pray susceptible to the charms of a Predator in disguise today? We're discussing Elfriede. Diner dubbed Austria's black widow Blauensteiner is believed to have killed over ten people with poison, including husband to lovers and her next door neighbor, and it may have all been to feed her destructive gambling addiction. Moron Elfriede Blauensteiner after this now back to our black widow. At an early age Elfriede Blauensteiner was determined to never be poor, growing up in poverty during and after World War Two. Her sole mission in life was to become rich, no matter what. But it would be five decades before she committed her first murder, and in that time she became a nurse, was married and divorced and developed a love for the roulette tables in nineteen, eighty, one fifty year, old lounge diner committed her first murder. The victim was a janitor named Erwin neater Meyer, the murder of neater Meyer awakened a bloodthirsty nece in Blauensteiner in nineteen, eighty six. She satisfied this new urge when she murdered her seventy eight year old diabetic patient auto ronal it was with Rhino that she perfected her method of killing altering medication to make it appear as if a victim died of natural causes. The drug she landed on. Was You glue? Lucon used for blood sugar levels. Six years later in August nineteen, ninety-two Blown Steiner used you G- Lucon to slowly kill her second husband. The two year old Rudolph blauensteiner everything went to L. freed. It's believed that she used this inheritance to feed a gambling addiction. When the money from her third husband ran out, she turned her sights onto her neighbor. Eighty four year old Francisca curb rural curl died in late, nineteen ninety-two, but not until after she left blauensteiner her entire life savings. But curb. Money would only hold blauensteiner over for so long. Throughout the early Nineteen Ninety S, Blauensteiner took out personal ads in local papers, looking for victims to swindle and murder. Typically, she wrote that she was a homely housewife and nurse and a caring companion. In Nineteen ninety-four. She met and married sixty four year old Friedrich jerker once she convinced him to put his house in her name blown Steiner went to work. Jerker died in the middle of nineteen, ninety, five,
Kristen Bell says her 5 1/2-year-old daughter is 'still in diapers'
"So actress Kristen bell says her five year old daughter is still in diapers she's five not any up the soda but mom's planing with Kristen bell she told Maya Rudolph and Casey Wilson about her issues with toilet training while the five year old is still in diapers she says that her other daughter learn to use the toilet at twenty one months bell stressed the importance of remembering that every kid is
Buffalo Bills acquire Diggs from Vikings for 4 picks
"Radio back to the NFL some big moves Monday as the talking began Tom Brady hasn't made a decision although some of the decisions may be impacting him meanwhile we know Amari Cooper will be staying with Dallas end the bills reportedly acquiring Stefon Diggs of the Vikings for four draft picks earlier on ESPN radio on Freddie inferred Simmons giving up a first fifth sixth for a guy who has been a massive headache in your locker room for the last two years and and during a you know a playoff game wild card game against the saints when I got but ends up winning the game right exactly Kirk cousins goes to Kyle Rudolph instead of digs no no I'm not some of the game winning touchdown time out at third or those of third down conversion and and they converted and digs goes off the field and throws his helmet into the bench do it you got a first down you about winning the game were just by yourself oh wait yeah we we we we know what you're about so I don't get giving up that much to get him outside from the public but from a kid a skill standpoint I do get it I knew they would take that better back to back thousand yard seasons I mean he is a remarkable talent my problem with Gallic Biggs is in the room because when he's not being targeted he's a pain in the rear end I wonder how much of this is the findings wanted out of Minnesota so badly that he was going to act like that now I'm not trying to explain it not condoning it all in but I wonder how much a whatever led to him wanting a break wanting a divorce in the Minnesota Vikings whatever that was it could be Adam Phelan and his emergence or you want to play a Kirk cousins wait a problem Mike Zimmer whatever it was the findings have enough for Minnesota and he did everything possible verbally invent action wise to make sure that they were not going to keep him even early today when Kirk cousins got his extension the findings was not have a leader was not even Catholic high thought he said I guess it's time to get out here tell me about the Minnesota he was determined to get out of whatever led to the break I don't know what it was but he got his wish now the findings you got what you want to handle it because if you don't people gonna say you had a good thing going to Minnesota where they were building my United Phelan and that wasn't good enough for you buffalo reportedly sending four picks to Minnesota a first a fifth or sixth in twenty twenty and a fourth rounder in twenty twenty one while also getting a seventh rounder back this spring from the Vikings Diggs is in the second year of a five year seventy two million
Diamondbacks' Madison Bumgarner secretly competes in rodeo events
"Arizona Diamondbacks left hander Madison Bumgarner has been competing in rodeo events under the alias Mason's Saunders and even one of twenty six thousand five hundred sixty dollars and a team roping competition in December according to a story published Sunday by the athletic Bumgardner was told I told the website that he has discreetly competed in rodeos for awhile including in March of last year two days before pitching for the San Francisco Giants in a cactus league spring training game he's been roping since he was fifteen or sixteen and said he's been added so long that quote it's just part of who you are he's the twenty fourteen World Series MVP if he agreed to an eighty five million dollar five year contract with the Diamondbacks this past December and I'm sorry Courtney if I was the diamond backs I wouldn't be thrilled to find out that my ace left hander yes competing in rodeos in the offseason this is the same guy who got injured on a dirt bike do not remember that when he was with the giants and that was a serious injury that put him out for a very long time no wonder he was performing I guess you want to call that under a pseudonym or a fake name because had you found out about this the Diamondbacks might not have spent eighty eighty five million dollar a gigantic sum over a five year contract on this guy I mean it doesn't make any sense like I understand the thrill of competition and this is who we is but these risky things every sport has stuff like this written into players contracts that you cannot do I mean I always go back to when it when he got hurt in San Francisco a few years ago do you remember the month Taylor's thing when he was with the warriors he fell off the scooter when he went back to Mississippi for the offseason S. lied about it yeah that was a story that came to mind and I feel like any time something like this it comes to the light I'm not one of these people is like all the cool funny look how cute of the story is I'm like what is he thinking like you get injured and made these you know these are animals eat these things have a mind of their own they're powerful they're strong and certainly he's you know well conditioned and knows how to be around horses but you know that to me is way too big of a risk if I'm a professional athlete you know the prime of my career to take but you know he's done it before and that he is you know we don't really get that much of outside having serious injuries at receiver big penalty from the team for you know the motorbike thing according to have the details how did he come up with the alias of Mason's Saunders instead of going with you know his own name Madison Bumgarner sell it this came from directly from the athletic article that broke the story said quote if you competed as Madison Bumgarner every phone camera in the area that would have been trained on him he said so he devised Mason Saunders the surname is the maiden name of his wife Allie Mason is a shortened version for Madison and it's something allegedly his wife called him out in public so people don't recognize them so very clever I'll give him that but I don't think the whole thing is a buzz saw her story totally bizarre and the other thing is you know if this was an NBA player everybody would recognize them already because NBA players are actually recognizable it just goes to show you how anonymous baseball players are that the most clutch postseason pitcher maybe of all time can compete in rodeos and nappy racket I think what I know it's wild lake in the in the fact is here like he continues to go what do these very risky things it just doesn't seem to care yeah if you get caught I mean there's the photo in that athletic article where he's smiling and you know he's with I guess that it's a two person thing that team roping so I hope twenty six thousand dollars I hope that Madison Bumgarner did not keep that for myself given the gigantic contract he just signed in December the but yeah he looks he's not there we is in this picture I mean I just think it's hilarious how almost incognito so many baseball players can live their lives in that matter just because they blend in because they're not these gigantic athletes by and large I mean they're not six eight or you know they don't think Shaquille o'neal out there everybody would be able to tell if you're you know for the most part with NBA athletes I just don't understand why when you have hit the genetic lottery anyway to be able to throw the ball a hundred miles an hour the end and to be able to make eighty six million dollars really it's more than that doing this why you would ever risk your body or put like what your fans in your organization is rooting for on the line so recklessly and you pointed out he already ruined the giants season aired my fantasy baseball season which is far more important Courtney by falling off of that dirt bike a couple years ago and here he is I guess he says I'm just going to live my life and Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen told the athletic that quote he was not going to get into discussing specific contract language but you pointed this out that we know the player contracts have I can't imagine that the Diamondbacks are cool with their ace pitcher also being a rodeo road being a cowboy literally let alone they don't want to be a Dallas cowboy let alone in being a literal cowboy well I just remember a couple years ago at the end I felt combine whistle and was talking to Mike Zimmer about you know the quarterback situation at that point he had said that Sam Bradford had a degenerative knee I come to find out later that offseason I was speaking with Kyle Rudolph who said that he went skiing with Sam Bradford that off season right around the time of the combine so I'm thinking to myself you are here you are a health concern and you're going skiing or you could very easily risk tearing your ACL for a third time and you already had your season cut short because of injury like I wonder if these guys just do it for the thrill or maybe they just don't care because they have ungodly amounts of money to begin with if they feel like they can the kind of invincible they can do whatever they want but you do wonder like this has to be in contract language if you cannot do things like this because we know across sports there's certain things you're just not able to do I it's a liability reasons you ever been to a rodeo Courtney I half I went Mississippi when I work down there the show but county fair rodeo I've been to the Cheyenne frontier days shout out if you're listening in Cheyenne Wyoming on the ESPN radio affiliate there I gotta tell you it's oddly it is oddly entertaining but the the thrill of it is almost that you think that the that the ball right is just going to charge and block these cowboys into next year it is one of the most dangerous things I have ever seen and I never in my life once thought you know what it be cool to jump in there with these bowls and try to try this on for for my but how do you even practice you know you kind of just have to get in there and and take it on right yeah I guess I guess so what I mean I've seen the photos of Madison Bumgarner I'd taken the horse around the warning track at AT&T park when he was still a giant I just think that that's who he is this is got this guy is a country bumpkin at heart from North Carolina and I I just think that he grew up this way and it's always gonna be a part of him so he feels like Hey I'm an able bodied individual and I also have more money than anybody at this rodeo thing I'm gonna do what I want and it's somebody else take issue with it I'm sure they actually would found out about it right now well look I know why it's so good in the clutch in game seven of the World Series because if that that's nothing compared to facing down the eyes of a bull
Prison Guards, Serial Bombers, and National Forest Murders
"This is a prison. Guard story Hello beautiful people. Hello let's get into it okay. My Dad he's really. My stepdad. Raised me my biological dad doesn't deserve the title suck at Dennis. You get to write in and you get to say what you want. That's right so my dad was a guard at a maximum security prison in Arkansas for several years during his twenty S. He has many stories about the job. But my favourite has to be the time he was almost murdered by an inmate. While working in general population he became good friends with a lot of the inmates in Gen pop and really enjoyed his job. However there are always some bad apples in person who wrote this under the Philippine. Ain't no one to stir up trouble on one of these. Inmates Really headed out for my dad. For some reason one day say he was the corrections off. That's why one day said inmate walked up behind my dad with a shaking. His hand made from a toothbrush just as he was about to attack. My Dad another inmate saw what was happening. Pulled out his own. Shame shanks for everyone. But no one's brushing. Their teeth came up behind the bad inmate and stabbed him in the throat. Oh my God calling him. Oh My fucking God. My Dad Remembers hearing scuttle behind him when he turned around. He saw the bad inmates body on the ground. The good inmate looked at my dad and said WHO's about to kill you. She's Christ Ama- journalists and naturally peppered my dad with questions including how the hell dealmaker shank out of a toothbrush. But he didn't know much more to the fact that is back with churn and they never found out what the inmates motive was. He was a murderer. Our Young. Let's about it it's jails jails and the place where you start critical and planning out. Good stuff that you're GONNA do. My Dad stayed employed at the prison for a while after that the good inmate ended up getting released on good behaviour not too long after he saved my dad's like well you know. I wonder if that was part of the decision making process. He saved a fucking a corrections officer and probably chances are took care of some of his own business. Amen Ra I mean you. You wouldn't do that entirely just for a corrections officer would you? Maybe not yeah good behavior including murdering people who were going to murder correction soft. Yeah it's all makes me think of is everyone should listen to ear hustle? Because it's a podcast that is made by people who are in prison day. Tell stories all about this stuff and they can speak to it right there. Probably like yeah. There's lots of critical thinking and in prison because you have to alive day your hustle one hundred percent the good. Needless to say we are all very grateful. My Dad had friends on the inside. Stay sexy always make friends in jail. Question Love Kate. Be The kind of corrections officer that people would want to say. That's true that's a good kind of life philosophy okay. If occur how about if a correction for corrections officer can make friends with prison. Inmates than you could make friends with anyone. Anyone in your dorm right. Stay positive. I'm not going to be the subject line of this because it gives away okay. Am FM crew. Great pod don't ever change. Here's my story on January twenty nine. Th One thousand nine hundred eighty eight Eric. Robert Rudolph bombed an abortion clinic in Birmingham Alabama. Roughly six months later my brother and I- ages seven and nine respectively. Were on a mission to make a hot summer day at least slightly different than all the other ones that came before it. Our childhood home in Birmingham. Suburb backed up two miles of woods where we spent most of our free ranch childhood. I saying on this particular day. We decided to take a left where we normally went right and came upon a makeshift camp ground. Oh my a single folding chair. Dozens of empty span. And even more michelob. Ultra bottles were scattered around the burnt-out firepit. Naturally our first instinct was to touch everything. He stomped on this pam tens through the bottles against trees and use the folding chair to reenact some of our favorite. Wwe move right after we had caused all the mayhem. We could and destroyed any chance of evidence collection. We ran home to tell her mom about our day. I'll never forget the FE. She made or the tone of voice as she related discovery to a nine one. One operator as it turns out. Police suspected Rudolph hit out in the woods around Birmingham for a while after the bombing after the police inspected the place they told my parents. It was probably just a local teenagers. Hang out spot but to this day. My mother swears quote. Only a psychopath would eat that much spans. Thank you Eric Eric. Robert Rudolph was finally arrested in two thousand three in North Carolina. Where he'd been hiding in the woods for years during his reign of terror. He bumped Centennial Park during the Nineteen Ninety six Olympics. Other borsch another abortion clinic and a lesbian bar all in Atlanta. After his arrest he explained he was fighting against abortion. End Quote the homosexual agenda. Fuck you real. He's currently serving life without possibility of parole in a supermax prison rate. Stay sexy and if you can't stay out of the forest at least don't disturb a serial bomber. Hang out. Jim Be as my dad made us clean up the scene after the call. Such a dad move. That is such a dad me ended up. Clean it up. We thought God Jim Amazing. That was real. That's so scary. Guys that is. That's like the that's exactly what the eighties were like. Yes destroy fucking Cobo camp that you found yeah could have belonged to a serial killer. Your Dad made you clean it up. You're the one somehow in your Brown quarter Iraq. That's getting in trouble that's right. This is witness murder trial. Hello Georgia and Karen as a longtime true crime fan and more recent listener of your podcasts. I have to share with you that last week. I had one of the most thrilling experiences of my life when was called as a witness in a murder trial. Oh my God I worked for the. Us force service in Dark Mossy sasquatch infested national forests in the eight years. I've worked for the Forest Service. I've learned that people will go to their public lands to do weird things. Yeah they do. I've encountered a cachet of stolen guns a wild west shootout between a real cowboy and some tweezers a hostage situation mysteriously exploding four wheelers and countless people that. I'm pretty sure did something illegal. I just didn't know quite what I was called. As a witness in a trial involving two young men who were very much under the influence of drugs that decided for whatever reason to steal a mini van belonging to one of their stepparents and take a trip into the national forest in the dead of winter. Two Thousand Nineteen during a week of heavy rain while. I'm not sure exactly the motive when the two men stopped at a campsite in the forest one of the men overcame and murdered the other one then set the minivan ablaze. Oh my God. My role as a witness was fairly minor. I was asked to testify when the campsite was or was not occupied that week in order to establish a timeline however it was absolutely thrilling to stand before a judge. Swear IN HELP. Put the murderer behind bars. He was found guilty. After a mere four hours of deliberation. I had to share this with you because it was just so exciting I do however feel very bad for the family of the victim who most certainly did not deserve to die that night in the forest sincerely. Cs Drugs Drugs. Drugs are a bummer Obama. The forest is Obama. Just like the idea of being a minivan high out of your mind. I have an idea. Let's go to a remote part of the forest and then all snap and lose my mind. Poor awful just not cool
Myles Garrett: The Interview, Response, and Fallout
"Last Thursday. I sat down with Browns Defensive End myles Garrett in Los Angeles one day after he was reinstated into the NFL. The interview which aired on outside. The lines was Garrett's first media parents since he was suspended by the League for swinging a helmet at steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph Rudolph initially declined to comment but after reaffirmed his claim that the quarterback called him a racial slur. Rudolph replied on twitter calling the accusation. One thousand percent false and a bold faced lie today more from our interview with Garrett including new details on who he says he told about his allegation that fateful night then Adam schefter joins the show to discuss the steelers response. And what this means for both players going forward. I mean a crime. It's Monday February Seventeenth. This is ESPN daily presented by. Adt Back to November fourteenth. You guys were up. Twenty one zero seven just seconds left in the game even suited for the first time and how long and that gets marred by idiotic play by me and a couple other guys on both teams. And there's a brawl going down inside the ten yard line and getting in there was myles Garrett and took the helmet off of Mason Rudolph along it and that David Decastro and Marquees pouncey came in and they started really laying in so it was myles. Garrett took the helmet off of Mason Rudolph and slammed him on the top of my head dunk. Oh boy miles. We're going to get one too. That'd be suspended. Oh my goodness wow luxury what happened. I mean come off the edge by ten years less than fifteen seconds. I remember that I didn't want to be on the field but now sits out there and They were throwing that ball cells going to make a play so he started the ball. He's always wanted to throw. I'm going no the administrators on. I'm not trying to do anything illegal. I should go to take them down. He says some worry that we're going down. And he ends up on top of me and he goes to twist my helmet off. So I ended up getting leveraging topping him. I grabbed his helmet and I'll start shaking them. Push them off me and I was shaking him. His helmet comes off and is now one of his offense lineman grass and I think the Castro and he's talking to me. Tell me it's cool. Notice let it go. No Senate game. It's all good. And as he's known walking me away on my left side base incomes. Run again now. He's yelling he's already kicked me to China. Twist my helmet off and made a mistake to defend myself but Day because it's left a situation entirely. There's no need for that. No no for that at all. Wow you're you're up by twenty one to seven and video that we were watching of myles Garrett taking the helmet off brutal peniche slamming him. Which pretty bad you've just described in great detail. It sounds like something you've thought about a lot a lot of time thinking about it now. Time thing about that reaction what my response should have been. 'cause I should've have and I usually have in that situation. Just wasn't there and not just reflect the myself and allowing myself to never know being the situation but if I am to to handle it better. What did he say to you? Call me the N. Word Kami a stupid and we're I don't like I don't say the N. word whether it's not a he are to me personally just shouldn't be said and whether it's known by family friends anyone and I don't WanNa use it because I don't want to find the appropriate around me for anyone to use. So when he said it kind of sparks something but I still tried to let it go still walk away once he came back. Kinda Kinda reignited this situation and now only have you know escalate things. No Pass what it needs to be no with a little time in the game left. Now you're now you're trying to know reengaged and start a fight again and no. It's definitely not entirely his fault. Stephanie both parties. Doing something that you shouldn't have been doing so. He denied that he said what you're alleging. And then after your initial appeal leaked out and you said I wish this didn't get out at all. My was because I didn't want to try to use it as justification for my actions because there is nothing to justify like there's there's nothing I can say or do to justify what I did on that day. I'm not saying there's no to justify than I didn't do anything wrong and I know what I know what happened. I know what I heard. People say things when they're heated aren't the full of emotion. I leave it on the feel.
Mason Rudolph Denies Myles Garrett's Claim That QB Used Racial Slur
"Of London and miles they're all miles Gerrity Mason Rudolph or training because they're going to reinstate miles scared I remember last year he was the football player on a Thursday night game between the Steelers and the Browns who went after Mason road off the quarterback ripped his helmet off and try to beat him with it he continues to insist that Rudolph use a racial slur even though people on his own team do not buy into that but he is not stopping there
Browns' Garrett reiterates Rudolph used racial slur
"The clip of Mina kimes interview with myles. Garrett Cleveland Browns Defensive Lineman. He reiterates the racial slur claim against Mason Rudolph. Here so he says that during that melee back in November that Mason. Rudolph used a racial slur and here is a portion of that interview with me crimes and Myles Garrett I mean come off the edge. Ten letters less than fifteen seconds. I remember that I didn't WanNa be on the field but now since I was already out there and they were throwing the ball sales going to play so he started the Baugh. He's he's wanting to throw. I'm going to hit him in the strike zone. I'm not trying to do anything illegal. I go to take him down. He says some worry that we're going down. What did he say to you? I mean he called me the n Word Kami stupid and we're I don't like I don't say the N. word whether it's a PR to me personally. Just shouldn't be Sir all right. Got One other clip here with meantime asking Myles Garrett and myles Garrett said that he's not using this as a crutch for why he acted the way he did against Mason Rudolph. That didn't want to use it as justification for my actions because there's nothing to justify like there's there's nothing I can say or do just what I did on that day. I'm not saying there's to justify than I didn't do anything wrong and I know what I know what happened. I know what I heard. People say things no when they're heated on their full of emotion and leave it on the field. He said it but that was three months ago. Four months ago now I leave behind
NFL reinstates Myles Garrett from indefinite suspension
"Brands defensemen miles Garrett has been reinstated from his indefinite suspension by the NFL this comes two days after he met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell Garrett was suspended for his role in a fight at the end of the Browns game against the Steelers November when Garrett ripped out feelers for bag Mason Rudolph's helmet loved him with it with more ESPN's give judge Johnson well I think you know what he got he's got basically the suspension last year he paid the price okay I don't think you can do this year it's over and done with you say the mind of the players well you don't run the stuff was even start what every network they're going to see if they're going to show it so you're going to be reminded of the behavior that took place the judge Johnson on
Browns' Garrett reinstated after helmet-hit suspension
"The NFL surprising awesome has made a reinstatement of the browns myles Garrett from his suspension. Let's remember. He was suspended in November after ripping the helmet off of Mason Rudolph and hitting the steelers quarterback ACA swinging it at his head. He was suspended on. November fourteenth initially appealed that suspension in which accused Rudolf of inciting with the racial slur but the suspension was upheld. He ends up missing a total of six
Browns' Garrett reinstated by NFL from indefinite suspension
"NFL news real quick myles Garrett was reinstated. That just happened They met on Monday myles. Garrett and Roger Goodell you don't the browns announced today Wednesday he's been officially reinstated as a reminder. If as if you needed it He was given an indefinite suspension in November because he hit Mason Rudolph the head with his helmet which not allowed no frowned upon you. Round upon for sure aggressively frowned upon and he missed the final six games of the season Andrew Drew Carey the GM of the browns. That's new issued the following statement. We welcome him back with open arms. We know he's grateful to be reinstated. Eager to put the past behind him. Continue to evolve in grows
NFL Reinstates Dallas Native & Cleveland Browns Defensive End Myles Garrett
"The NFL defensive in an Arlington native who was suspended indefinitely last year for swinging and hitting an opposing team's quarterback with a helmet has been reinstated the Cleveland Browns say the team welcomes miles Garrett back with open arms after hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet last November Garrett said he was embarrassed by what he did I lost my cool no good Garrett's reinstatement comes two days after meeting with league commissioner Roger Goodell in New
Gunman Facing Attempted Murder Charges After 2 NYPD Officers Shot In 12 Hours
"But New York is becoming this progressive socialist us at the state and city and it's been that way for awhile and then as new Jersey's and then we've lost California so now now now a guy goes out he is arrested he's a bad guy he goes to a parole board he gets paroled you know and then he's back on the street now this guy goes out tries to assassinate get two more police officers in a twelve hour period in New York City what in the name of god is going on in this is the way it was when I came up in New York you know you're in Jersey I know you're on Long Island and you in the boroughs in you're going like you don't like having at the city man I wanna if we can make it there we can make it anywhere right and we'd go from Jersey all of us go from Jersey we go to comedy clubs start now it was it was vicious and it was violent and it was dangerous you know any idea what time I'll have an apartment in the city I got robbed immediately at at knife point please it was terrible then came the knight in shining armor was Rudolph Giuliani and I know the left doesn't like to hear that but we will Giuliani see this great city he said the great city imported but bill Bratton commissioner Bratton the the law enforcement legend they did this a thing called broken windows where they just if you would jump to turn style of you heard I'm if you saw Maria Bartiromo great show Sunday morning futures on fox and the mayor was Ahmed unions on in if somebody yup the turnstile they will address these folks take them and maybe not home about at least fingerprint them so they could keep track and indeed some of these these people that they fingerprinted would end up committing crimes W. contract and now we'll let everybody out we'll let everybody what is the mind set how did we get here because I'm really very up the socially a I I may I may be too you know understanding for you you know if you're conservative conservative but and I and I feel for my you know my passion is to help at risk youth you know but but you but this kind of be a consequence then you can put up with police officers at risk this kind of ecological what how the mantra happen in this country you have people they're they're known as police officers were there to save your life one into ground zero one more tact by terrorists who go on a domestic violence call in in the toughest areas throughout throughout America they go in the what we got away flak jackets now police officer can walk around this guy should not been on the streets this it's a disgrace and and when and when you see governor Cuomo UC made the budget as of terrible work you'll have it and I respectfully submit to the governor of this great state he has it in his power to turn this around and I know he's got it in his heart to turn this around you don't pay the police officers enough in New York now you gonna let criminals out to attack them and try to kill the it's inexcusable made about you're not gonna get he doesn't he's a socialist you want Bernie Sanders great you want you want to vote in these progressive socialist this is what you're going to get and this was really upsetting so we wanna stay light hearted this morning but really this is this is a searing problem in New York in just to read the story this this creep is facing attempted murder charges in connection with two separate attacks on NYPD officers over the weekend forty five year old cockroach allegedly walked into the forty first NYPD precinct in the Bronx opened fire opened fire in a police precinct are you kidding me lieutenant position by front desk was shot in the arm and rushed to Lincoln hospital where he is expected to survive it could have been a of me the thank you our morning thank god these officers about less than twelve hours earlier at least a hundred sixty third this this this queen allegedly opened fire this man in the south Bronx striking and injuring officer which I don't understand I thought the punishment advance at or bullet proof vests it's going to you know it's it's something that you would see in the futuristic movies that were
Kathy Bates discusses her Oscar nominated movie 'Richard Jewell'
"This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a great movie for you to see right now called Richard Jewel based on a true story but my guest today Kathy Athey Bates who you know from so many things I could mention them but then the show would be over because she has too many credits too many awards but she plays the title character's actors mother in this and she will break your heart six ways from Sunday. But today we're GonNa be having fun are absolutely welcome to the first time you've done done. This popcorns yours get no no. I've lost sixty pounds in managed to keep it off the last three or so I've been on. They sell popcorn pretty okay at least and we're smelling as Peter Stocks. The top doing this so you just got of course all the awards you have. Now you have a new nomination as best supporting actress for Richard Jewel for me. Ah The best award for this movie has been the fact that bobby jewel richards mom who's still alive Loves the movie. Because if she didn't now I know Gosh 'cause in the movie you know how she got Tom Brokaw. I know I know I know. We don't want her to be getting mad. Now you know and also You know there have been Statues in Centennial Park and young and Billy Payne who brought the Olympics to Atlanta. And finally there's going to be a a plaque with Richard's name and what did he say. Oh well that's a good thing should set that up or you should. Why should I work really really? Yeah that's it no Richard Jewel. That's the name of the movie. Clint Eastwood directed at but a true story. Can you tell us a little about Richard J. Just absolutely Richard had been a cop for a few years and then resigned or was fired depending on how you look at it. And then he we went to become a guard at at A college nearby and he got leftover the the thing with Richard that I found so tragic about this whole story story is that he was this hyper vigilant person. Ever since he was a kid at nine of the police the police even as a kid eight in church he wanted to help people And even in Turkey would run around and make sure everybody had a program and then later on when he was a cop he carried like one one hundred thirty pound you know battering Ram but he also had beanie babies for the kids who he might find who had been in accidents so he could give him he was is just this generous simple humble kind man who wanted to help everybody and it was that vigilance that Helped him in his job. He was hired to be a security guy for the Olympics. They were calling everybody in and he was at the sound and light tower and and he'd gone off to the restroom and he came back and there was a bench there and he noticed right away there was what they call an Alice. Pack this big military pack the officious very suspicious and so he told the sit idle like that and they say oh. Come on Richard he said no no I have a bad feeling and they so they brought in the bomb guys and he described it that the the guy went underneath and looked at it and then he just froze and he just back very slowly out and he told his buddy to turn turn a cell phone off and they tried to get everybody back as many people back but through a series of mishaps and nine one one calls and not being able to get in touch touch with people Eric Rudolph who actually planted the bomb and was not caught until like six years later Had this phone message You know there's going to be a bomb in Centennial Park in thirty minutes and thanks to Richard got all that is out of the tower. He was running up and down with doing everything everything a hand and suddenly he became this hero in and then for three days three days and his mother was all got that three day. Yeah my mom his his mom he's on TV. He's bets right he's on. TV is the hero of the day if CNN wanted to talk to him and what turned out was there was a leak from the FBI to Cathy scruggs at the Atlanta Journal Constitution and they decided to break the story and overnight they everybody turned against him and said he was the he was the guy he exempts Mama Except Momma. She was there for him she was they were very very close. She had two miscarriages ages and Richard was her only child and Both his real dad and his step step dad banished from their lives for various. The reasons and So he was her child her boy you know and she knows she knows how he can be be overzealous knows the things that he shouldn't be doing. You trust the police so much too much that it cost him by they use. This is what was so cruel colon. I remember when I started out working with Clint. We were all there to meet with him and I said why do you want to do this movie. And he said because I think it's an American tragedy and he said this is a story that people need to see Jon Hamm was down in Atlanta and people said well what are you doing down here. And he said Oh it's about the bombing and Oh yeah that guy. Richard Jewell who was the bomber summer. Because there's some suspicion and for eight days without any evidence People camped out you know media the FBI suspected in even when they brought him in for his first interview they already had a cell for him. Yeah we like him for this. That's what they always say. Yeah because the public. Everybody's demanding to know who did this. There's that desire. Why are to get somebody up there and say he did it well? There were millions and millions of dollars resting on this because of the Olympics and they had to get it sorted say it's nineteen ninety-six on this is happening so we weren't even in the big cellphone period of the everything was just taking off and don't forget we'd had waco the Federal Building we had Ruby Ridge. We had ninety three Truck Bombing World Trade Center so it was the beginning of the new normal ordinarily of this terrorism. And and it's that going. That's that seesaw. From we love you to stay away from us. I think that the real tragedy and I'm sure that this is what bobby default is that the very quality that enabled him to find that bomb his vigilance. They turn that into a liability And they beat him up with it that to me I think is just the tragedy of all. We'll one amazing scene that you have among renting in this is when bobby went on national. TV making a plea to President Clinton at the time yes to see what's happening and do something for some. Yes so let's look a little bit attack okay. My son is innocent. Richard is not the Olympic the big park bomber. He saved people's lives. Please hear me Mr President and help me. My son is a hero. If they do not intend to charge my son. You please tell us. Please tell the world Mr President. Please clear heartbreaking. Breaking it is is really is. I don't know how many times you had to do that. Well actually we got it in the first take. That's so clint into eastwood is fresh and real. Whenever I've been on a set of this it's always let's move on now but you know people say that the do said I J do when you're always think it's going to be quick but it's not that he takes his time and he leaves it open and it so efficient that he doesn't need need to do more than a couple of takes? Is this your first time with Clint Eastwood. Absolutely absolutely what was that like was a nervous wreck I was a nervous wreck. Check it I I and I think we all were because we all wanted to just I mean we all WanNa do our best all the time. But when you're with someone like client or Mike Nichols just you really and I think we also felt a real responsibility to bobby she survived. Of course she's still alive. And and Richard passed away ten years later he was thirty three when this happened and He got some money CNN NBC you know. They sued them and but the Atlanta Journal Constitution never accepted responsibility for it and the real. FBI Guy who's played by. I Jon Hamm went to his grave saying this guy did it. We see that teen in the movie where he says I still think yeah even when somebody else has confessed knowing it. That's the kind of thing. Well it's a movie that is pretty hard basically on the media and on the feds. It's really saying that in a world where we're supposed to trust certain things we've lost it you know that was nineteen ninety. Six things are worse now. Well and I think it's important to realize is that they just got it wrong and they were in such a rush to try and say the Olympics. That had really. This was only the second day I think it'd be Olympics and and So that was really driving it. And I don't WanNa paint it with two broader brush because look more than ever we need the truth from the press more than ever we I need the truth from the FBI. You know the government we depend on those institutions so that was very specific to this case and I hope people people don't feel that we're just trying to malign those institutions. What does Clinton do when after take? He's happy with it. Well this is what I love of about him and and I didn't realize this is that he just lets the camera. Keep going and we just keep going The scene may be done. I mean our lines. May It'd be done. But we just keep improvising and just continuing to live in that situation and he gets a lot of great stuff that he can use and it's also an opportunity for us to have more time together to experience the chargers together especially nowadays when you don't have rehearsal time you're you'd have your as my friend. Jessica Tandy God rest or used to say your kitchen work nowadays. You have to do your kitchen or in your kitchen you know at at home alone so it's great to have that it's been working. Well when he was when Clinton was here last he was saying that he hates movies. Where the director will say? Hey you know because he said I'm really quiet about it. I just go go when you're ready when you're ready. Just do something I also heard about. I don't know if this is is apocryphal. Or not was when he was doing Spaghetti Westerns and they would scream action the worst would at all also in TV. You know it's just also crazy. The and I think that's when he he developed his style he thought you know. Wait a minute. Everybody's just rushing in and getting it wrong and rushing and getting it wrong again and he just wanted to keep it real simple simple. He says when you're ready people going like this and I remember the first time adequate seen merge running downstairs in Iran into the sound guy who are really liked and I was was trying to speak French Dami said and I thought I thought the scene was over. You know and then that's when I realized it's not over till it's over it until he says it's yeah that's got it he also has. Can I just say he has an amazing cameramen Stephen Campanella he's he's been with them for twenty five years like many of the people on the crew. It's like a family and he just knows how to tell that story with the camera and one of my favorite shots and Clint's to win when the FBI are there. And you see Richard putting his blue gloves on and we've been telling him and telling them not to help the police and then it pans over to salmon. I just standing there looking at him. Like he's never gonNA stop. You know you just wants to throttling. But whatever he's doing he's doing great eighty nine now. Yeah he's still sexiest. Hell you go see. And you've turned that he is. He is sexy telling you. Imagine what it'd be like when he's ninety at like good wine. Everything is perfect to do. Well you you've worked with so many people you know Mike Nichols and primary primary colors. He's somebody I missed tremendously. He's not only a great director but he's just one of the smartest most fun people people that ever lived on this earth. Yeah I agree I remember. I was at an awards thing I think it was the EMMYS and and I lost you know and like about half an hour later. I get this text for Mike. Saying you're among one of my favorite actors I've ever worked with and I thought well that's it dude. I know it's like how lovely of him to do that. In that moment it is but he was right well he was well. It was one of the high points of my life to work with him. I and with that
"rudolph" Discussed on BrainStuff
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Thanks to sponsorship from the all New Twenty Twenty Ford Explorer and we want to thank them for sponsoring the show stay tuned for some favorite clips from that episode for his part. Commerce claims that he was totally surprised with this entire revelation writing the Beret was quote a courageous young woman who taking the clothing living in temperament of a man and the curiosity audacity to circumnavigate the world accompanied us without us knowing it I think he might have been covering his own tail. They're he really. It is just bordering on impossible. The would not have recognized her. If you like what you heard just now give us a listen and check out stuff. You Miss Them. History Class iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. Welcome to brainstorm introduction of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren Boban here. It's no wonder Rudolph the red nosed reindeer is the most famous member of Santa's his team on top of being a skilled flyer his nose as his name suggests glows bright red. This unusual variation on the reindeer nasal prominence could have all kinds of benefits. The most important of which of course involves guiding Santa's sleigh according to folklore. If the weather's bad on Christmas Eve Santa is still still cleared for flight by the FAA less thanks to the brightness of Rudolph's nose but how does Rudolph's nose actually work. How could one reindeer create a light bright right enough to lead a slave through darkness and inclement weather and how could a reindeer actually develop a glowing red nose although no one may ever know for sure just how Rudolph got unusual knows we it? How stuff works have what we think is the most logical explanation for how this dough idear guides Santa's Sleigh Science Rudolph off could use something many organisms us on earth in order to create natural light a neat little scientific trick called bioluminescence? Animals make their own light by mixing certain chemical go compounds together to produce a glow. The reasons vary firefly's for instance flashlight at each other in order to attract mates while some fish that live very deep in the ocean. Use Use light to bait prey. If this is the case with Rudolf there would be three parts to his nasal beacon. The first would be just like any other. Reindeer knows. It's playmates. Technically shouldn't have sent him from any reindeer games. In the first place he would you know breathe oxygen through it and the tissue would be made up of two layers the Durmus which which is the thick inner layer of skin that contains blood vessels and hair follicles and the epidermis which has the thin outer layer that you can see and touch the other two parts however however would set rudolph apart from all the other reindeer the second part would be thin. Enclosed layer of a light producing organ between the Germans and the epidermis inside this layer could be the compound Lucifer in which produces light and Lucifer race. which is an enzyme to catalyze the light producing reaction? So that's your glow. The third part is where the red-nosed comes in most bioluminescence life forums like fireflies produce. Greenish light the outermost. Part of Rudolph's Snow's therefore would have to be a Red Fox. forescent layer once. The light producing organs started putting off green light. The false resident part of his nose would absorb that green light and emit it a red light. How does not get so bright though? BIOLUMINESCENCE often requires another substance like oxygen to make light and Rudolf would breathe lots lots of oxygen right near the light producing organs providing enough reactions for long intensely shiny bursts of light. But why is brewed off the only reindeer without knows that glows. How something like this have happened? Could Santa be some kind of mad scientists tweaking reindeer DNA for his own benefit or could Rudolph's news via biological accident accident. It's possible that Rudolph's bright honcker could be a reindeer atavism. Let's break that down. An atavism is a trait of distant ancestors. Offers that randomly POPs up in modern day organisms. Like human with the tail. This trait may have served a purpose for the animal way back when but for whatever reason that trait was silenced. Silence over time every once in a while making a rare return could distant reindeer ancestors of Rudolph have needed to produce light in order to survive in the wild. You'll it find most reindeer in Scandinavia and it does get pretty dark there during the winter. So maybe Rudolph's ancestors needed a better way to get around at night. Oh and although although Rudolf is what's called a bull male reindeer there's a rumor that many of Santa's reindeer might be cows or female reindeer that's because Santa's reindeer. They are depicted flying on Christmas Eve with fully grown antlers male reindeer typically shed their antlers by early December. Well before Christmas Eve grow back in the spring. Bring in this cycle of growth and growth continues but cows keep their antlers all year long. This isn't to say that all of the other reindeer are female. Most males shed ed their antlers. But not all of them and it's possible that a bowl won't lose its antlers until after December st episode was written by John Fuller produced by Tyler claim. Brain stuff is production of iheartradio's has to works for more on this and lots of other very shiny topics visit our home. Planet has dot dot Com and from our podcast for my radio is the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Wherever you listen to your favorite.
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"I've been talking to Michael From Toronto Canada on the show. He's a retired grandfather. MM father whose daughter Jillian went to Kiko dot com slash explained and picked him up of subscription of Kiko crates for adults and we talked about his pinball machine and his coin sorter but I did not ask him why his daughter opted to get him McKee we co create over her kids. His grandkids and my background is architecture. Construction and It Really Jillian probably saw that when she you know. Listen to your podcast that these kinds of things are the kinds of things. Her Dad would find intriguing because they thought out so well and are easy for people. Okay to deal with but together. The other thing is on on both of these things and I haven't got to that stage You can use instruct them. And then afterwards you can modify they sort of lead you into you know on the pinball machine can make a little more complicated on the coin line machine they actually show you how And I guess this would get back to the kids and you can actually do your own starting device on a flat piece of cardboard if he wanted the time. So you don't open up the trade and build it and forget about other opportunities to play around with it so we'll see what happens. Served box well. When you get it I might have to call you back to find out how it went because it was such a pleasure speaking with you? Thanks very much on. I'm thank you very much for allowing me to this year with the US. My pleasure into how does Rudy Giuliani. Go from the guy who gets a standing over. Every time he enters the restaurant to Donald Trump's lackey he wagered everything on his race for president in two thousand eight and it was a disaster. I mean he was as unprepared for that Ray says he was in the eighty nine race for mayor he. He seemed to be improvising and he lost his nine eleven halo and it was a difficult moment for him. One day he wakes up and he's no longer the most beloved person on the planet. He's just another politician and his trajectory just went right word and you know. I joked that he took up. Residence at Fox. News Wasn't really in demand Much elsewhere isis is filling a vacuum created by vacuous foreign policy. I President Obama. This Obama Colossus is an Obama. Free Ation I mean you have to remember that there was There was a long period after that. Two Thousand Eight presidential run where he was kind of in the Wilderness and the one source of kind of support was the right wing when you say black lives matter. That's inherently racist racist that's anti-american and it's racist and the other thing going on at the same time was kind of a sea change in his view towards money. He was always much more focused on power than money but that changed along. The way was really focused on his business he was doing increasing business with you. Know right wing dictators around the world fast forward to today. I mean the man owns six houses is eleven country club memberships. What do you do with eleven country club memberships? I Dunno go as Rudy Giuliani. I'll we'll reach out to when exactly. Does this quintessential New Yorker link up with another quintessential New Yorker Giuliani and Donald. Trump always had a passing housing admiration for one another. They didn't spend a lot of time together but there was this famous video that was shown at the inner circle which is kind of the New York. ORCA quivalent the Gridiron. Club's skit. No you're really beautiful. Giuliani appeared in drag one. That looks like that has to have her own special missile sent. Oh thank you maybe maybe you could tell me what you think of this and create a video of himself Donald Trump shopping at a department hartman store and kind of stamping around Giuliani dressed and dragon video trump tries to kiss him and like shoves his face into Rudy's fake week Muslim Turkey. Boy Donald Gentlemen. You can't sit and try. I mean you could see two people who clearly were on the same wavelength and they needed each other. I mean Giuliani's phone was not ringing from a lot of the other Republican in candidates and Donald Trump reached out to him and you know the other side of the token is that trump did not come from a political. Michael World did not have a lot of contacts and politics and Giuliani was obviously conic Republican and he was very helpful to trump. Tom This is a man with a big heart. Who loves people? I am telling you this because I am sick. Thank and tired of the defamation of Donald Trump by the media and by the Clinton campaign I am. I'm tired of it. The relationship deepened very quickly. Giuliani stood by trump during the access. Hollywood episode and displayed a lot of loyalty. And I think you know what you see today. Is that trump has has stuck by Giuliani. Long past the time where he would've With anyone else and you know trump is not a particularly loyal man man. This is a very very deep relationship at this point and of course this very loyal very strong and deep relationship eventually gets both of these people in in a whole heap of trouble. It was during the Muller investigation that Giuliani came aboard. As trump's personal attorney and Giuliani at the time told the press that he only plans to stick around for a few weeks and I thought to myself that is never going to happen and he is not going to go away in a few weeks. Giuliani could have served theri important role kind of restraining trump's worst impulses and and instead he chose the opposite path. He threw gasoline on the fire and encouraged trump's paranoid view of what had happened in you now in his race against Hillary Clinton and it's turned out to be a disastrous situation with Juliani is now on the brink of indictment firs actions in Ukraine. mm-hmm afternoon I'm Jeff Berman. United States attorney for the Southern District of New York today the unseal indictment charging live harness ebor fruman and two co-defendants charged with conspiring to make illegal campaign donations and lying to federal election. Regulators in this investigation is about corrupt behavior deliberate lawbreaking. These are two associates who are effectively Rudy's boots on the ground in Ukraine Green. So Rudy Giuliani has got to be nervous and listen. There's more those men golf room in and left parties were picked up Dulles on Wednesday night just hours after dirt. The Wall Street Journal reports they have lunch with ruling rudy. Giuliani and the president is on the verge of of impeachment. You just. How far did the president's personal lawyer go to undermine America's normal diplomatic channels with Ukraine? I do not understand Mr Giuliani's motives for attacking me nor can I offer an opinion on whether he believed the allegations he spread about me. If we wanted to get anything done with Ukraine it was apparent Erin to us we needed to talk to rudy. You understood that. Mr Giuliani spoke for the president correct. That's correct and I'm busted Bolton said Rudy Giuliani was one hundred that was going to blow everyone up on that he was clearly pushing forwards issues and ideas that would probably come back to the Hondas says and in fact. I think that that's where we are today. And you know. He has Giuliani to think. For a lot of this I think he revved trump up on this whole notion and that it was Ukraine not Russia that had conspired against him in the race.
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"Mm-hmm epic is not the first word that comes to mind when you think of Rudolph the former mayor. Here's just a slice of what's on his plate right now. He might be the reason his own in client. The forty fifth president of the United States gets impeached. All while he himself maybe facing criminal indictment all while he's still chasing Ukraine rain conspiracies in Europe. There's rumors that he's GonNa make a podcast about impeachment. A documentary about what really happened in Ukraine and this is all while he's he's undergoing a divorce not the one from his cousin. It was a second cousin not the one from his second wife. It seemed to the public for a while. Well at least like it was a very very happy marriage until the rumor started bad he was carrying on one affair and then the second. This was the one he broke up with the press conference quite some time I. It's probably been apparent that Donna and I lead Many ways independent and separate lies. I soon and I'm hopeful that we'll be able to formalize that today's turn of events brings me great sadness. I had hoped to keep this marriage together. And where does he go. After Donna I would like to introduce my wife. Mrs Giuliani Judith Nathan. And he met her somewhere in his second term they're Gracie mansion wedding guests included Donald and Milania trump and Henry Kissinger and how that workout. It's divorce number. The three for Rudy Giuliani New York City's former mayor. Well he's in divorce court right now and had a hearing today. It became clear that things are taking a nasty turn. It's continuing and things could get worse before they get better with estranged wife Judy Nathan. Claiming Giuliani is playing poor while lavishing spending money on a new girlfriend. That should be coming to her. Okay now that we got that all out of the way Rudy's epic story begins in New York City in nineteen forty. Four Giuliani created a biography of his childhood. That turned out to be not completely true. He was raised in in Brooklyn and he had told the press that his father worked at a bar and he had said that he owned the bar when it took the investigator reporter Wayne Barrett to unearth the fact that his father actually worked for a loan shark and it was a criminal who spent time sing-sing. When does he become public figure? Before I got involved with politics I was a lawyer. He went to to the Justice Department under Reagan and then took over the US Attorney's office in the early nineteen eighteen eighty s and he became probably the most celebrated us attorney in modern times. He was the Eliot ness of that that decade and was a front page figure for years and years because of his unapologetic fearless efforts to decapitate the mafia and this was a guy who invented the perp walk just to kind of humiliate the people that he had indicted or had arrested. And you you know. His reputation took a hit a little towards the end of his tenure at the US Attorney's office where he was accused of being over-zealous a lot of his cases says were overturned and people began to see him in a different light. Someone who was ruthless to the extreme and he parlays delays that reputation and all that attention into a run for mayor of New York City. The attention certainly fueled his efforts and in nine hundred eighty nine. He used his crime fighting achievements as the basis for his race in New York City in late. Nineteen eighties was really a mess. Crime was rampant. There was just a sense. That order was deteriorating on the streets of New York and so what better platform arm would there be than you know a crimefighter someone who could take control of the plane crash so houses I run at mayor go. It went badly he Ran Against David Dinkins. who was shooting to become the first African American mayor? Giuliani was undisciplined. He was unprepared. I'm prepared and it showed his lack of experience as a politician and he didn't take that loss very well right. He basically continued his fight against Dinkins. Even once the race was over and especially exacerbated dinkins relationship with the NYPD. Dinkins was hated by the police. The police union was seen as anti-cop and it all came to ahead during a police rally against Dinkins during the ninety three race the really turned into a police riot and Giuliani kinda stood. I think on a flatbed truck and screamed voice of Marvin one. Aw and the images were harrowing of this kind of hothead urging on a mob and I mean it's impossible to not see the racial undertones of this conflict right. This mostly white police force being led by a White White New Yorker sort of protesting the first ever black mayor of the city. I agree with that. I mean the racial undertones. The entire race were obvious. Giuliani's his campaign slogan was one standard for one city and the message was that Dinkins was just favouring black black people racial friction in New York City and he capitalized on that American cities can survive as we know them if they remain the main so violent. How did the one standard go into effect once? Giuliani wins the mayoralty in nineteen ninety-three. There was huge tension between Guiliani the black community during his mayoralty. The police force was you know historically seen as as an independent entity by mayors it. It didn't work that way with Giuliani. At all Giuliani used the police as kind of his army and the crackdown on crime. First of all all was enormously successful but a lot of it came on the backs of the civil liberties of black New Yorkers. He began the practice of stop and Frisk. which just a legion of young black men in poor neighborhoods were you know? Patted down sometimes thrown down to the ground. You know by police who had you know. Scant evidence of of criminality -ality it was harsh at the civil liberties were being violated but it was very very effective. I should mention that crime trend downwards across the country in the nineties but certainly eased dramatically in New York City but with that came this extremely fraught relationship between the NYPD and the black community the city absolutely there was so much rage within the black community. There are instances which just kind of symbolized his his treatment of the community. That triggered an uproar so there was a case of Ahmadou. Diablo who is MILD-MANNERED IMIGRAN Grin. Police have been searching for someone who had committed some type of crime in quite remember. They saw Diablo. Hello hovering around the entrance to an apartment building which turned out to be his own apartment building. They told them to stop and Diablo reach for his wallet and the police thought he was reaching for a gun and they shot and killed on and it sparked massive massive rallies. Elise against Giuliani was. Probably the closest Giuliani came to losing control of the mayoralty. Julianne is bad medicine for black people is bad medicine. Rights imagine everyone swarm of celebrities were arrested for protesting Giuliani's tactics. You know. DINKINS himself was arrested. Charlie Rangel Congressman movie stars. It was just a very effective kind of revolt against Giuliani. Bruce springsteen himself wrote a song about this incident right. Yeah he wrote a song called forty one shots which the number of bullet that police fired it. Amadou Judaea low.
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"In the original Rudolph the red nosed reindeer by Robert L. May twas the day before Christmas all all through the hills the reindeer playing join the spills skating and coasting and climbing the willows and hopscotch e leapfrogging protected by pillows. Well every so often they stopped the call names one little deer not allowed in in their games. Ha Ha look at Rudolph his nose site. It's red as a beet twice as big twice as bright while Rudolph off just wet. What else could he do? He knew that the things they were saying were true where most reindeers noses houses were brownish. Tiny poor Rudolph was read very large and quite shining in daylight dazzled the picture. Victor shows that the nighttime glowed like the eyes of a cat pudding dirt on it just made it money. Oh boy was he mad when they kabq named Him Ruddy and though even lonesome he always was good obeying his parents as a good reindeer should and that's why on this day uddhav almost felt plateful. He hoped that from Saturday soon. Driving his sleigh full of presence and candy and and dollies and toys for good little animals good girls and boys he get just as much and this is what pleased him as the happier handsomer reindeer. Here who teased him so is night. In a fog hit the world likelihood he went to bed hopeful. He knew he'd been good breath. Well way way up north on this same foggy night old sat. It was packing a slave of the flight. This fall he complained. We'll the are to get through shook his round head tummy show to without any stars or moon as our compass. This extra extra dark knight is quite likely to swamps to keep from collisions. We'll have to fly slow to keep our direction we'll have to fly low. We'll steer by streetlamps houses tonight in order to finish before it gets light. Just think how the boys and girls faith with shake if we didn't reach them before they awaken come Dasher dancer compressor vixen come comet. Come cupid come donner and blitzen be quick with your suppers get hitched and hurry you too will find fog to lay worry and Saturday was right right. As usually is fog was thick as sodas white phys just not getting lost all sanders skill off the street signs and numbers more difficult still he tangled in treetops again and again and barely missed hitting tri motor plane. He still still make good speed with much twisting and turning as long as street lights house lights were burning at each house first noting the people who live there there he quickly select the right presence to give their by midnight however at the last light of slant for even big people then got the bed because it might wake them a match was denied my how he wished he just won star guide him true dark streets and houses old sadder fared poorly now pick the presence more slowly less surely he really was worried for what would he do if folks started waking before he was through. The air was still foggy the night dark career when Sata arrived the home of the year alleged that he tripped on will see. The chimney gave Sata spill painfully. Really skinny the room he came down in was lacquer that you went for a chair and found it to be sync. The first reindeer bedroom was so very black. He tripped on the rug and fell flat on his back so dark yet to move close to the bed addin squint. Very hard at the sleeping deers head before he could choose the right kind of toy doll for a girl or a train for a boy but all this took time filled Saturday with gloom while slowly he groped toward the next reindeer's room. The door just opened to his surprise dim but quite definite light Mendez is. The lamp wasn't burning. The glow came instead from something that lay at the head of the bed and there lay but wait now. What would you suppose the glowing you guessed it was Rudolph's red nosed so this room was easy? This one little light let sat up pick it quickly the gifts that were just right how happy he was until he went out. The door and the rest of the house was as black as before so black that made every step of Garp mystery then came the greatest idea in all history you went back to Rudolph and started to shake him of course very gently in order to wake him and Rudolf could scarcely believe his own Is You can just imagine Jordan surprise at seeing who stood there so real and so near well telling the tale. We've already ready told here poor. Saddest tale of distress and delay the fog and darkness of losing his way. The horrible fear that some children in my wake and before his complete crispus trip had been taken and you told Rudolph may yet save the day. Your wonderful ooh forehead yet paved the way for a wonderful triumph. It actually might old Saturday. You know this was extra polite to Rudolph offer guarding his forehead to call it a shiny big nose would be horrid. I need you said Santa to help meet tonight right. Delete all my dear. The rest of our flight and Rudolf broke out into such a big grin. It almost connected his ears and his Chin and note this folks. He dashed off in a hurry. I've gone to help Santa. He wrote. Do not worry said Santa I I slay will bring down to the lawn. Huge stick in the chimney and flash is gone. The Rudolf pranced out through the door. Very Gay took his place at the head of the SLEIGH and the rest of the night well guess old. Santa's idea was brilliant. Brilliant success and brilliant was almost no word for the way that Rudolf directed the deer and the sleigh in spite of the fog they flew quickly and low. You made such good use of wonderful glow Rudolph's forehead at each intersection. The Not even once they lose their direction well as for the houses and streets with a sign on them. They've nearly flew close so that Rudolph could China on them to tell who live it. They're just what to give whom they fly each window peak in the room old. Santa always knew which children good minded their parents. Eight is they should good. So Santa selected the gift it was right. The Rudolph's forehead gave just enough light. It all went so fast that before it was day. The very last present given away the very last stalking filled to the top and just as the sun was preparing to pop this. This son both the reindeer Roth's hometown found the short message written down then. They gathered outside to await his return and were they excited astonished to learn that. Rudolph the ugliest dear the Mall Rudolph the red no so bashful and SPA and the funny face fellow. They always called names and practically never allowed. Their Games was now to be envied by all Faren near for no greater honor can come to a dear riding was set guiding his slate the number one job on the number one day the sleight and his reindeer soon came into view and Rudolf still led them down with the flu and old boy was he proud as they came to a landing rights sir as handsomer playmates. Were standing these bad dear. who used to do nothing but tease him would now have done anything only pleasing cleasing? They felt even sorrier they had been bad when satis Rudolph I never have had deer quite so brave or brilliant. Is You at fighting black fog and a guiding meeks through by you. Last night's journey was actually bossed without you you. I'm certain we'd all been lost. I hope you'll continue to keep us from brief on future dark trips as commander in chief. Rudolf just washed his head news toes until his whole firm was as red as is. Oh the crowd. I applaud then and started to screech Paret for our Rudolph and we WANNA speech. Rudolph was bashful despite being a hero and tired in his sleep on the trip totaled zero. And that's why. His speech was just brief not bright. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night. And that's why whenever it's foggy and gray it's Rudolph the red nose who guide. Santa's Sleigh sleigh. Be Listening this Christmas. Don't make a peep because that late at night children should be asleep. The very first sound that you hear the roof provided right at this fog. We'll be rural all who and soon after that still is a mouse. You may hear a swish flies around the house and gives enough light to give sat at of you of you and your room. And when they're all through you may hear them call as the drive out of sight. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night that smooth off the red nosed reindeer..
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"rudolph" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"You don't understand what you argue. Yes our hit. The focus shouldn't be on the person who got hit over the head with a helmet. It should be on the person know who the hell it'd be on the person that got hit on the head with the helmet. That's where the focus. Let's attack the the victim and again I get hit over the head with a helmet von. He was victimized in this as something that something was said after after the game. No okay he actually heard it. He inferred Ohio now been told by multiple. Pr People including your team. You're going to have the appropriate setting to tell your story and now you're GONNA hold against it wasn't it was was Mason Rudolph enraged long before he got hit in the head can we. We all agree on that was enraged short term rates so to me why are we not focusing in on the fact if somebody is enraged. Is it possible something out of character. Ray I give it to you. He might say and now does not just the house so who's enrage now who's facing a one year potential suspension. WHO's looking at a million dollars out of their pocket down a lot? WHO's in raise? He's now and who's capable of line and escalating the situation now Mason. Rudolph has got no hold him to the same standards. You Holding Mason. Rudolph Mason Mason Rudolph. He was enraged and he must've said he said this now Kamal's Gary is facing a year suspension potentially logging. He's a lawyer. He's no this was said in an appeal hearing in a private setting. Now if you guys want to leak this listen get this out there five. But I'm going to have less than a two hour window in a private setting supposed to be confidential and I'm GonNa tell you photo Adam schefter his name for you want to just go and I started the personal record talking about y'all better looking at Mason. Rudolph III jet over Marcel Marceau. Yes Josina Anderson in instantly. I said this damn the game was barely over. That I guarantee you Someone said something racial and now and now she's ratio green. which is he said racial? He also said to be where we caught on camera with the B word already. Now I want to go down that Lane Mason. Rudolph going going be were to google. Whatever you don't WanNa go there? We saw that we go no. I'm not saying so. We'll be were going to be sitting here like. Oh my God I'm shocked raid. My eyes have shown me a lot of contradictions and masons testimony such far and EH. Guess what I also got you on camera saying be work. And you're trying to say is out of the pilgrims I would say this like there's never it's it's not okay to use a racial slur as you mentioned that they had it happens right that it happened but there's a far cry because between somebody using a racial slurred somebody having a helmet and his hand and taking a hack. At somebody's head agree agree. There's no argument. Still say this alert. That's all I'm saying I'm Byron myles Garrett here that's all I got doesn't justify Maoz Gary no no no. It's not just a mind ed here so I mean to me regardless of what happened these Based off based on the action and the action is inappropriate.
"rudolph" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"Right and and we'll see whether or not there's any sort of confirmation from the steelers around there that they heard anything of the sort markey's pouncing David Decastro seem to be right in that area. I would think that they would be within earshot if something were says maybe maybe not. But so you're gonNA have already denied a strongly and Myles Garrett. Climate to the Appeals Officer General Thrash. So we'll see where this toll does and this reminds me atom. I'm sure you remember as well in two thousand six World Cup. Final France and Italy Marco Monterizi Zindedine. Don Don were the world's Best S. players headbutting Marco Monterizi. There were suggested suggestions at the time that racial abuse had been part of what provoked sedan. That was never established. As a fact later there were reports that was untrue. That changed the course of the last few minutes of the two thousand six World Cup. It was a big deal but nothing was ever established definitively one way or the other if this it's just remains and it is at this point in accusation does not been proved although it's a very strong allegation how is the NFL going to Parse this How is it going to reach some conclusion about perhaps reducing the suspension for myles Garrett? Go Germany this is something that NFL is going to have to figure out. And it's it's a difficult situation you can just imagine the spot that James thrashing. NFL or now put into to figure out. I would think that in this particular case with myles Garrett alleging that they might want to speak to other people around there to see if they heard any any evidence of such a strong statement and such a strong accusation the miles Kaur made to the NFL during the during the appeal process. So that'll be NFL. To figure out Adam Schefter with the latest myles Garrett saying being in his NFL suspension hearing that Mason Rudolph had used a racial slur against him. More from Adam later on sportscenter are you you still wearing your button. Downs on talked and hoping for the best. Then stop it seriously. Seriously because traditional shirts weren't meant to be worn untucked and honestly it shows untuckit believes helping guys look sharp and feel casual. That's why their shirts follow the perfect length and were designed for guys of all shapes and sizes taller. Short slimmer athletic thematic build untuckit. Has the perfect fit because everyone deserves a shirt that looks great on talked. And you shouldn't have to go to a Taylor get one with untucked. It's huge variety of colors and patterns. And you're sure to find the style to match any wardrobe so whether you're shopping for the perfect gift for the man in your life this holiday season or just trying to craft a look. That's as relaxed as it is smart in the checkout untuckit get free shipping and returns on all orders in the US at UNTUCKIT DOT com. And don't forget to use Promo Code Zero S to save twenty percent on your first order moderate checkout that's U. N. T. U. C. K. I.. T. Dot Com Promo Code R. O. S.. I'm a loud and bold radio announcer who was hired to tell you about the loud and bold bold flavors and Tyson. NATO's chicken's necks. Their boldly says then full of flavor. Thanks for listening by Tyson anytime chicken. Bold flavorful all chicken snacks and again the Breaking News Adam schefter reporting that myles Garrett is alleging that Mason Rudolph provoked him with the use of a racial slur much. More on that story. Coming up right now on N._F._l.. Live with Wendy..
"rudolph" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"And now back to the story. Before he took off for Scotland on may tenth nineteen forty one. Rudolph has left a message for Hitler informing him of his plan to negotiate peace with Britain predictably Hitler was furious. He was a phrase that Germany's allies might think has had been sent on an official mission to negotiate with Britain behind their backs has his friends and relatives were rounded up and questioned any of them were arrested, although notably his wife ill. So was spared after her initial questioning Albrecht house offer wasn't so lucky. He was brought to Hitler's home by the secret police and forced to spill everything he knew about has and his mission afterward. He was detained for three months. Hitler realized it was to Germany's advantage to break. The news about the mission before has was discovered in Britain. If the public heard it from British sources, I Germany would appear we. Week Hitler authorized, an official statement claiming that Hess was mentally ill and had most likely crashed his plane on his way to Great Britain. He also revoked all of Hess's official titles kicked him out of the Nazi party and banished him from Germany going so far as to order him shot on site. If he ever returned needless to say Hess's close relationship with Hitler was irrevocably destroyed meanwhile in Scotland s was having some trouble finding the Duke of Hamilton's residence at Dungavel house. He ended up flying by without recognizing it once it got dark has realized he was running out of fuel in decided to bail. He climbed to about six thousand feet jumped out of the plane and parachute into the ground about twelve miles from John Gable house the impact from the fall knocked tests unconscious when he awoke a man who. Who lived nearby helped him into his house gave him some water? And of course, notified the police has was quickly arrested the Duke of Hamilton agreed to see has the following day, but contrary to Hess's assumptions Douglas Douglas Hamilton had no sympathy for the Nazi cause. And he was disinclined to understand has his perspective. It's important to note here that one of the conspiracy theories will explore in next week's episode claims that it was not has at all who flew to Scotland. But an impostor the Duke of Hamilton would have refuted, this theory, one of his key impressions from this encounter was that. The prisoner was definitely the actual Rudolf Hess. The conversation was difficult Hess spoke fluent English, but he had trouble understanding douglas-hamilton's accent so much. So that the Duke suggested has come back later with an interpreter and beyond that Hess's proposition of peace between. Britain and Germany seemed ridiculous to Douglas Hamilton. He reasoned that even if the two countries were to make peace. They would be at war again within two years has requested the Douglas Hamilton asked the king to release him since he had come to Scotland unarmed and of his own volition that never happened as soon as Hess's identity was confirmed by British authorities. He was regarded as a high value prisoner of war. Winston Churchill personally ordered that has be treated with dignity. So he was kept comfortable but under close supervision has would never see the Duke of Hamilton again. But he did write him a number of letters. None of which were ever delivered in one letter dated just nine days after Hess left. Germany he told Hamilton that he had assured Hitler. He would not commit suicide under any circumstances. So if he died Germany would assume the British had murdered him. Sounds like he was more than a bit nervous must have been starting to register that his mission was a failure. It sure seems that way he also could have been trying to convince himself. The Germany would still get some value out of his mission. If he did commit suicide on June sixteenth, nineteen forty one has wrote suicide letters to his wife is son in Hitler, all of which played up the significance of his death for the German..
"rudolph" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Got it. We'll hide Rudolph's meadows. Yeah. Come here. Oy. You'll be a normal just like everybody. Chip off the old. Okay. All right. I love whole Santa is this. I hope so raft to fucking kill him. No, no, no. Bitch, please. If I may indulge me, I want to the cameras that. Okay. You can't let me do it. Okay. I'm gonna go to the far back there. Inter I'm to do reenactment of how Santa dealt with this situation. I'm doing guys. Coming in. See this is the prime stuff right here, you go guys is what you love. Hey heard you got a new sun. Oh, man. His piece of shit. Sam the fuck shit that motherfucker. That's that's fairly accurate to what happened in the film. It's pretty good actually. Like. Little dance a little tune to the song. You sound sucks. Here's takes off. Yeah. Now, she has a piece of shit and this movement back the point is one thing. But. Hey, nice kid. He's ugly. I am Santa Claus. We'll say does like own his reindeer. He's that That kid kid. just like who does the hookah someone's house Santa Sultan, newborns saying, hey, go mount to shit. How awesome I am. I'm the king jingling and just peace out. Saragan man sits at the very least right now is era Ghent, I wonder what the thought of my little sung. They wanted to punch me like. Being the shit of that reindeer right now. Rudolf sting saying Bye-bye just. I feel the tears forming voice acting by that Rudolph. I forgot who it was. I I should have that ready. But I did. But so you the cover those with mud make him normal because black face. Yeah. Cover away. We're freaking don't feel. All right. The frozen reference. Conceal tell. Actually, speaking of. All right. It's not the fact that Rudolph has a shiny knows. That's the part that doesn't bother me. Right. Let's go in and watch it how his nose shines real quick. Mark. What does it make week that freaky weird noise? Like Like. the move because like okay up at this way. You gotta read knows. Okay. Kid has acting. Okay. People make fun of a kid who read does acne. But what if every time Agni acted up? It was just like. That'd be annoying. Yeah. It's making a weird like kennel noy. That's that's worse. Actually did making that noise. Okay. Then. Yeah. Let's let's. You're going to be delicious. Going to go into that. But here's the thing. You know, his dad may not have liked him and his bendy Antlers. I I know. know. Klay hardcore his dad may not like it or might be concern for gotta fix that shit. Whatever he's still teaching him the ways of the world radio why and how to avoid the abominable snowman because the streets are real out here. And that guy is hiding in the goddamn mountains being just an absolute creep. And so, you know, Donner's like, okay. You know, what you're still my son still take care of you. But yeah, this monsters terrifying. And so fucking Wamba. Definitely a one foot right there. But yeah. So he kill Skywalker. And that's it. Here's a thing. Back people were they brought it up in the little puzzle. Video Rudolph gets a pretty bad very briefly mentioned that her me gets a pretty bad too. But fuck that hermit gets decimated in this movie man about Rudolph being people being mean to Rudol her me. The elf has nothing to do with the song mind, you do anything. They just need another plot point to fill this out. And he gets it bad. Now. This was also the first time that I recognize that this movie was like an allegory for being gay because her me is very clearly gay. Now, how do you know, they don't have genders? They don't have this. And that. I read an article that kind of support of this theory. I think it's like vox, vice whatever where they said like the whole article to me. The whole GAM we feel every everybody's gay regional arts. We have charged seven. Rudolphs gay Yukon, Denali is gay. What's his name his gaze also? But here in the way, described his voice was like a certain actor from back. Then who who was hey, he was a little feminine. He in the closet. Okay. He was a comedian. He joked about how he was totally straight. Oh, sure. So. Yeah. That was the idea was that. Okay. His voice actor the guy who's doing it. It's putting some twang on it. Okay. Sure..
"rudolph" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Rudolph with your nose so bright walk you guide my sleigh to nine then how the reindeer loved as they shot it out with. Rudolph the red nosed reindeer? You'll go down in his. the red nosed reindeer? Very shining. Have you ever saw? You would even say it go. All up. Rain. Used to laugh and call..