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"sean bill" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:31 min | 4 months ago

"sean bill" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Jon Gruden talked about the emotional roller coaster of that game last night and summed it up this way in your career. Have you ever been involved in a game like this before? We're almost appeared like you had to win the game twice. Can you recall anything like this in your career and woke up Indict again and I was like a cat. I had multiple lives tonight. I don't like playing like that. It was tough. But again, we did a lot of really good things to win that football game tonight. It sounds like Frank Kelly Endo doing Jon Gruden. Multiple lifestyle. Multiple lives. It's week one. And I feel like I'm too no, not one of them. Oh, I feel like we're to know. Uh, what's Paul question? We're going to go with McLovin. So seating and I just workshop this. It's pretty perfect, okay? You have to win one game. Who do you want under center? Wait, Are you going to go? Derek Carr and James Winston? Okay, Derek Carr or Kirk cousins. James has to mercurial for this actually, Number seven. Okay, basically Derek Carr and Kirk cousins statistically in every way or the exact same quarterback. Cousins have been to two Pro Bowls. Car's been 23. How I described them both. They live in what I call sh Abbeville, Matt Shaw Bill, who had also been the two Pro Bowls. They're better than Matt shot was a good quarterback. I know, but it's just there. There. There. They graduated from Shaab Ville. Oh, I don't know. Yes, they graduated from Sean Bill. Yes, That's what I thought, too. I was like, You know what? Hold up. They're not residents of Sharpeville. They're better than that. Led the league in passing one year, almost another year. Two time Pro Bowler. Yeah, that again. Cousins has to Sharpeville. Mhm. If we get back to the whole question, though, it's not three. Not easy. I'm going to go with Derek Carr. I'll go. Derek Carr in one game. You're going with Derek Carr, not Kirk Cousins. And those are the only two options, okay? You can't go without a quarterback. That would be can I should not have the NFL. I can go with the Wall Wildcat. I'm going to go with Ronnie Brown in the Wildcat offense. Career rating. 98 for Kirk Cousins 93 for Derek Carr. Oh, I don't know. Right? I don't I have no idea. Yeah. Paul Kirk Cousins is one in three playoff games. Their cars never lost a game in the postseason because he's never been to the thought. I think he got hurt. One year he was really good early in his career, broke his leg right before the playoffs. Backup Adam Yes. Matt Shop career rating. Just a half a point under 90. He's at 89. Okay? He was in the league for a long time as a backup was, I think, is he still in the early was last year? I don't my God. Good chunk of change for himself to Yeah. He was definitely in the league last year he played in one game. And he rushed Three times from minus four yards. He must have done the kneel down. Oh, that's just all establish, didn't drop acid. Three Russians minus four yards. Statistics are actually getting worse. And he's not even playing. Dan in Michigan leads us off. Hey, Dan, what's on your mind today? ADP first time caller. Longtime listener loved the show. Uh, 5, 11 2 or five I just want to comment on your interview with Louis, Riddick and Uh, on behalf of all lines, and, uh, we're a little hurt the calls the substandard team. Um, but I will be at the game at Lambeau on Monday night and go island. All right. Well, thank you. Thank you. Dan for calling in Um, you are substandard team right now. I mean decision personal. It's just performance based. I have nothing against it. I know Fan base. I mean, I hope the Lions win the Super Bowl One day. I think it's one of the few remaining great stories left to be told. In the NFL. I might not be around to see it. But maybe you can record my voice and then it can be played. When the Lions have won the Super Bowl. I never sought. I would be around for this. It's unbelievable. We got it recorded. Okay? Yes. McClure free Agent acquisition. Derek Carr. That's not all be around. I'll be around for that. If that were to happen, I hope club we allowed to put up this car cousins, Paul, we love it over here were really into it as really mean. Is it me? I like the college football one. Oh, that. That's which one about the program is most disappointing. Over the last decade. Our Twitter feed is rolling in with several other well there. Write in ballots. Yeah. USC, Michigan and Texas. Other question. Mark Tennessee and Nebraska fans are all over Twitter. Rasca. Yeah. Well, when when was Tennessee? Great? Long time ago, Right back to Hayden. She Higgins..

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"sean bill" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

AstroC?bala C?smica

06:13 min | 11 months ago

"sean bill" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

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"sean bill" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"sean bill" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Palca spoke on democracy now immediately when my heart touching that compassion and forgiveness to place. I knew from that moment. On whenever i would think about my grandmother in no longer picture how she died but a picture how she lived she stood for what she believed in the beautiful wonderful person. She was having to decide. Feel good for type of stuff to be shared with other people so that we spell palca now with you in two thousand thirteen. In fact he was able to help. Get paula cooper off of death row. Although she would ultimately take her own life. I thought's in this last twenty seconds sister. Helen for sean. Bill kelty is one more example of someone who instead of being dehumanized by violence. That happened to his beloved. Grandmother took that courage that she had and brought it into life and fought for it his whole life to end the death penalty. He was the one waiting for paul a coupon released from prison and then played such a role because he believed in life and that all human beings could be redeemed sister. Helen per sean. Thank you so much for being with us. One of the world's most well known anti-death penalty activists and as we end today. Show very happy. Birthday to dean. Augusta democracy now produced with rene mike burke dean augusta libby. Rainy nermeen shake marietta. Santa carla wills. Tommy were enough. Trina under cop tamer studio john. Hamilton ravi karen honey masuda doctrine control. Especial thanks julie. Crosby made me goodman..

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"sean bill" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"sean bill" Discussed on Ball is Bae NBA Podcast

"In. So I guess that's The most progressive that's. A lot of coaches. I. If if you're shooting Tuesday, we gotta we gotTa make 'em. You gotTa make. Get to the different. That's basically I ask you questions and Maybe two auctions and you can just pick up one option it's. Ok. Okay of Kobe Brian Dot Tim Duncan, who would you cover Kobe? Would take. Jordan are a easy. Aired. Air, Jordan. As you're in any any specific, any specific framework of favors AUTOMATA. Jordan thirteen, he got gained my favorite of all time. In this is better than a player Jaanus Antidoto bought at Davis UPHILL AD. I'll play a plate with a and. I mean you can't go wrong with John Piper eighty favorite homecourt snack. Popcorn and most feared opposite to. Gut. toughest ago say coury curry fighting toughest cigar really okay or staffer artem did I. Step. Steph. Steph dominated I do he does he does move but he has a lot of screen set forms. Aboard screen. So, you're trying to avoid people instead of avoid the ball takes wanted one. Yeah one on one, all the time gotta gotTA. Cool. Awesome. I do I. Think I think took a lot of your time and? You're very patient with all our technical stuff So Ray thanks thank you so much me. Thanks for thanks for your patience. I. Hope you had a good time. We tried our best to do to live up to chance. You know. Words and Sean Bill. Yeah. Yeah we're not thank you guys appreciate you guys having me on. Excellent. Consider I..

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"sean bill" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"sean bill" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"This is not a noble year. So even though you know I have the Lakers coming out of the West and the Clippers are right there with them. I wouldn't be surprised. We just don't know what September that's all the holes. But when you have a team as deepest a maverick and that that has the all offensive efficiency that they have on the night in that out bases and their defense catches up a little bit. They could be very dangerous. Avery Johnson here on this show. Yeah, coach. I mean, you said it. There's so many unknowns in this restart in this postseason and what it means operating a bubble, and I know we don't have the answers. But you played the game. You want to be a championship. You coach the game. You're a coach of the year. What's your best Guess? How do you think the bubble being away from family members being away from girlfriends, Wives, Kids buddies, you know for teams that were here for a while. What? Ah, what ways you think it could impact? Players or team chemistry and performance. I just think from an emotional standpoint, you know, players still have feel Isn't there have the wide range of emotions totals that have kids? They missed their kids are the married or You know, it may be of their parents or relatives that dealing with it helps situation we're doing this time of the year. They're only could spend that time with them at home and And help inspired him and and be there, you know, for whatever they may need in their time, And this is birthdays. Anniversaries of celebrations, then only doing this time of the year date they could participate in those Those activities, So it's just it's the normal feeling for guys sometimes to go through. You know, they're down days and and shorty getting paid very well and they're trying and they're playing basketball. But we cannot ever forget the psychological No emotions that players and especially younger players may go through is just a fluctuations of the emotions in in the cycles of Ah restart of a season. That's very, very challenging, and that's why I think is important. At the end be instituted after the first round that a limited number of family members conjoined players in a bubble. I think that's going to be very important. Every Johnson here on the gym room Sean Bill writer filling in coach long time, eh? NBA player, former coach CBS boards H U N. BA analyst. So in any job N ba or otherwise coach in normal times. If you work with colleagues that get on your nerves, you don't get a long way. There's a personality conflict. You know, the job comes to an end at the end of the day and you get to leave or even an MBA player. Maybe you're on the road for a while, but eventually you get to go your own way. Get some space. If there are some some teams that don't get along as well as others. Could that be an issue in Orlando bubble where you're on top of each other day after day after day. Yeah, that could be an issue. You know, chemistry and players, you know, wanting to spend that quality time with each other is very important. It's Steph flee in a bubble. So if there's some friction in personality issues are guys are not on the same page and you basically have to live together for months. It could be a problem and it could definitely derail your season and that's why leadership is important on teams. You know you you can't be too, captain in the class clown. You can't be too captain in a manipulator, so it is very employed and that's why you see teams like the Clippers. You know they're going to make a sale because their leadership work Y Leonard and George, It's LeBron teams going a sale in the Western Conference. You know, Milwaukee's going to exhale and seems like Because after the cocoa but seems like torrential cow..

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"sean bill" Discussed on Yeah, She's Driven

Yeah, She's Driven

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"sean bill" Discussed on Yeah, She's Driven

"When you as everything when you can't use it it's like that just a dream and so we're trying to get people to really pay attention to how they hear from God also once they learn how to hear from God to do something with it so interpreted and apply it to life and so I think it's pretty unique. I don't think may be trying to do that. I'm not trying to buy or sometime to help you. Yeah no I get that totally. Get that 'cause you have so much. Humility humility is powerful. My son every time he dreams about somebody tells me about it and he's already getting knowledge. He told me the par. He knew stuff about where I was born and I asked him. How do you know that? He says he says well. I just know I just. I just know everything and I said No. I think that that's a word knowledge. Dance God your mom every day. All your thoughts and just want. If there's the best blessing in the world that I can ever give is to raise my son in knowing literally knowing God and speaking daily basis so he never gets in the pursuit of you know I teach my me and and I think you should definitely mastermind. Money's there to to serve you not for you to serve at a whole World Aderholt Community of people that are constantly teacher to because unlike listen. It's not about the words that you're saying it's not about a you've done enough in your okay. It's about how that's when you start to get past the part that you actually really want to. That's when you start to access this whole kingdom mindset in this whole it's just such a different world and so I'm learning what God has talked me all along to express it but I love partnering with people like you to say I mean when I reached out to. I said I Our community and the people that follow me online could use a dose of you. You know what I mean and to be able to really hear from God war because when when they do and I think you know when people dive in description they learn about it. It's like you know I have personal development courses in their amazing. There's nothing that replaces your relationship with God. Nothing right. I any final last words before we go. I would say I in this time. We're learning why were shut down at lockdown. We're learning to listen and a lot of you may be praying really powerful prayers but you're paying at gone. It's Kinda like if I had a day now with my wife. I just told her all kinds of stuff but I never got feedback or never listen number look for expression on her face. I just needed a dump information and we don't WanNa do that with God. We went with God Bring things listen because every knows what's in our heart we speak so we can hear more than they can hear it but then we listen so we can actually hear his processing. A lot of us are regularly. Because we're afraid we won't hear words like you will do the best. We were afraid but just not space being in a quiet in contemporary than just thinking about him against him throughout the day to bring a conversation with somebody that would have never happened if we hadn't listened because we're now looking for what we're listening for three days our lives as if you had a lot of Devotional which is beautiful. I shouldn't substitute your Divisional remains undoing. Something forgotten praying segment. Where things that secondary to just got here. I'm your child. I'm going to be with you and that's way more important to ground yourself in everyday. The reason why demotions bail in America in the Western world is because people are doing it to Alan Dude responsibility and you don't stay married on responsibility after on. Typically you say Mary because love and the Sustainment Fall in love with him in a real way. Put FAST FROM SACRAMENTO. Jesus intercessor as praying better than you are anyways. So do that secondarily do that in a way when you can afford to do that do it at once a week. Instead of every day and spent open the Bible Proverbs in a Gospel Everyday A contemporary version for awhile. That you could understand read a Bible study you can really get into regard seekers that kind of thing and then do something where you're using the word. You're reading that that week because if you don't do that that's when he followed live with. Starting the word is that it just becomes a form as the Bible so important but also your relationship and having pursued as important and we just WanNa make eye out of the heavy lifting for people on teaching the right. Hearing from God's will have to after those kinds of tools to people make it simple. Don't like you're a baby or that you're immature doing that. The most mature people enough study that they study other people's stuff so they can understand and become better and some of the most mature people go go find it as opposed to going after. Pretend I know everything after Poe's don't do any of that. Just be honest what you don't know and I love that about you. You just you're like I don't know like I didn't know psalms were that said that's a huge. That's a huge statement. If you didn't have any it'd be you hide that when I moved to L. as I didn't know the Difference Traditional Director. Hollywood is hysterical. Fifteen years ago. No what was the executive furniture. Do bigger all out. Because I was not in the end I was on the creative and never did anything for real for real goes into the new ministry and so when I came out. I I'd say don't say you don't like to be honest with what I don't know because I'll learn faster humble. Thank YOU SEAN. For being on a heart corpus at page and eventual YouTube. Probably the next week. You guys obviously highly endorse that. You you look at Sean Bolts Ministry and look at fourteen dollars a month is definitely an investment that you can make in deepening relationship with God ammon anything you're doing we'll just amplify is amplify just everything amplifies. We know consciousness overtop our that listening to him. Words of knowledge is just such A. It's such a gift more so I can't really get it for myself but I hear it for other people. All the time is just really it just deepens my fade like every time. There's something that I know. I learned how to hear from differently. So thank you for being with us you guys. I hope you loved this interview with Sean Bill that I hope it was as fulfilling as I think it should be for you and unfunny goes so much Levin thank you for being on our business page being with us on a daily basis so much love to patchy sue Hey I hope you enjoyed this. Episode of coffee with Chamdo. The she's driven podcast. So here's the deal. Do you love this episode? It would totally thrill me if I could correspond with you on my instagram page. Live over there. Probably Right now. Streaming live posting live over. There live all the time in. Podcast is not live so please. Screen shot this episode. That I know that that people like this episode. I were both and then go posted on instagram and tag meet at Shamba Sumpter. Shambo like a Panda Shamba sumpter. All right talk to sue.

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"sean bill" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So they're out there attacking each other left and right Warren is at the I got the impression Warren news is vying to be Bernie Sanders VP going after Bloomberg and then B. A.'s at cetera cetera she's telling her refuted story about getting fired while she was pregnant but a number of stories written about how that has been the bong whatever it is you're relevant to me pocahantas tells us the whole story about truthfulness and veracity is it comes back up from Elizabeth Warren Bloomberg says he's been training for the presidency since nine eleven he was the mayor of New York City during nine eleven he's now saying it everywhere he goes I've been training for this job since I stepped on the pile that was still smoldering on nine eleven and I'm like well I was there I would why was right there do all my shows from from the location right I walked right up to it I saw with my own eyes and all of its evil what the hell he's talking about doesn't mean every firemen every policeman every every worker that you know spent months and months in the rubble in the pile trying to recover their their fellow firemen policemen and rescue workers that mean that they were being prepared to be president too well you happen to go down to the site now his joke about what just fell flat look it's really coming down a Bloomberg verses burning his Moberg has the money to stay in that's the bottom line Joe Biden showed a little bit a life last night so somehow he's no he's really still in this no he's not yeah I might win South Carolina is a good shot of South Carolina probably the best shot of any state but when you look at all the state you look at all the polls you know this is now really Bernie's race to lose there really isn't a lot of different ways I'm and there's a lot at stake in this election so much at stake I mean this is about freedom and liberty versus a nanny care taker state where promises are made just like in the former Soviet Union just like in Cuba just like in Venezuela just like in the goggle and by the way look at Finland's government recently collapsing of its own weight because they could not afford the welfare state a moment last night Bloomberg bragging he bought the house majority for Democrats yeah I said well yeah I bought I bought it but I spent a hundred million dollars to help black knight you got it right the first time well let's just go on the record they talk about forty Democrats twenty one of those with people that I spent a hundred million dollars to help elect not all of the new Democrats that came and put Nancy Pelosi in charge and gave the Congress the ability to control this president I thought I got them yeah I did that anyway eight hundred nine four one Sean bill Riley we'll get his take I think he tweeted out that he thought Jerry Springer should have been hosting last night's debate it was that the Bakul for all of them are James o'keefe's investigation they got David Wright of A. B. C.'s suspended and you won't be going back into the news division anytime ever we'll get to that and of course we don't have equal justice under the law for Roger stone and we have David Schoen and Gregg Jarrett here if you're like me and you.

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"sean bill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"More information on here for our final news roundup and information overload in the final hour of the Sean Hannity show we are we found in as we outlined here are deeply concerned that so many basic and fundamental errors were made by three separate hand picked investigative teams on one of the most sensitive FBI investigations after the matter had been briefed to the highest levels within the FBI even though the information sought for the use of FISA authority related so closely to an ongoing presidential campaign and even though those involved with the investigation knew that their actions would likely be subjected to close scrutiny the circumstances reflect the failure as we outlined in the report not just by those who prepared the applications but also by the managers and supervisors in the crossfire hurricane chain of command including FBI senior officials who were briefed as the investigation progressed we believe that in the F. B. I.'s most sensitive and high priority matters and especially when seeking court permission to use an interest of tools such as a FISA order it's incumbent upon the entire chain of command at the organization including senior officials to take the necessary steps to ensure that they are sufficiently familiar with the facts and circumstances supporting and potentially undermining a FISA application in order to provide effective oversight consistent with their level of supervisory responsibility the FBI her former CIA director James Comey said this week and the that your report vindicates Sam is that a fair assessment of your report hi you know I think the activities we found here don and vindicate anybody who touch this by that was from the inspector general going before the Senate Judiciary Committee and Lindsey Graham earlier today eight hundred nine four one Shawn is a toll free telephone number you want to be a part of the program I've been interested in bill all Riley's take on all of this this week I actually tweeted out of you believe Michael Horowitz a sworn testimony the FBI the case leadership of the suspects committed opened fire fraud on two on a men federal at FISA one of the gas court stations a felony the stock up police are searching you know bill for a suspect in yeah connection I I know with people the killing know me of a police a lot officer from my conservative the small Texas opinions town in Nassau base but we built southeast an ensemble of Houston cast both sergeant on radio kilo and Sullivan TV was run and down during a traffic no other stop network her bill fellow officers nobody say they was are in able shock to identify premeditated police officer at heart fraud committed he came to work every on day a FISA she enjoyed court the job that the dirty is Hillary Clinton her her blood bought ran and paid blue for Russian that's the best I can tell dossier you was he not only he's the bulk he's of a police information officer's was police ninety officer nine percent forty of the three information year old would used have celebrated in fights her application sixty th anniversary and with the department everybody later was this warned month the now state's Horowitz preparing to even carry took out it an a execution step further saying tonight well forty six not year only old did Travis still Runnels have his was own already credibility serving seventy problems years which for they aggravated all knew robbery about at a prison and ignored in the panhandle when he slit but the throat add of a to supervisor that because it goes in further two thousand three his motive he had for a sub the murder source Runnels when didn't Horowitz like working as interviewed a janitor him said at the prison shoe this factory was like part and wanted talk to transfer weeks this to a is job never at meant the prison to be go barber anywhere shop and killed and thirty eight year then old Stanley you add Wiley to the picture when that didn't happen all the lower exculpatory courts in the Texas evidence board of pardons that and they paroles never of turned that down they requests had and by rentals never used attorneys to stop what his they execution didn't identified Runnels to will the be court the ninth about and the final connection person to Clinton executed in Texas then you this add year to you charity know F. McCurdy B. I. newsradio guys literally twelve hundred W. altering away documents I and one person's for the under purpose arrest of following maintaining a lockdown the charade at Naval Air and Station and Corpus Christi this witch the hunt suspect against Donald was captured Trump this morning you're building and then eight you have the comments as not of Dorham sure though and that bar the person in Bora was particular armed yesterday officials noting there's no indication at just what happened saying today how is connected devastating to last week's this is deadly bent to the attack country in Florida that breaking some question news on Hannity the hour that the half must and any time at have W. a statement O. question A. I. I I dot I com you know brought you to know you by that first is some mark credit union more well man Sean bill Hannity because coming I have to up next break on the news record that radio twelve for hundred was W. it was a O. statement A. 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"sean bill" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

Sobre Actuando

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on Sobre Actuando

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"sean bill" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on No Agenda

"Netherlands thousands of dutch have signed up for a beach each party for brexit on october thirty first. They will all stand at the beach and wave goodbye to the u._k. Fifty two thousand might be going seventy sort of the joke no. They're really gonna do it to stand on the beach and wave goodbye hey to britain. The dutch still has some humor happy to see that let's talk about some little off-topic or not totally off topic vaping. Oh boy okay death by the way so. Let's got to clips. I get e cigarettes expose on n._b._c. Let's play that i think the of e cigarettes is under increased scrutiny as even more people including teenagers. They're being hospitalized for severe lung disease linked to vaping n._b._c.'s kristen. Dahlgren has more on the urgent call for action. This was seventeen year old attrition. Don't feel less than a month ago. I could just feel my heart pounding on my chest. His long so damaged. He was unable to breathe on his own. The day they intimated was probably the i have my life doctors couldn't figure out what was wrong until they found out tristan had been vaping. He's now one of more than one hundred fifty cases of vaping related lung disease being investigated across the country. No one has been able to establish what type of e cigarette or what flavor or what brand or four put any one thing together that has led to this increase. The american vaping association says the evidence continues to point to st bought vaping cartridges t._h._c. or synthetic drugs tonight the f._d._a. Which cigarettes says it's working with c._d._c. and state health officials as quickly as possible to gather more information. He's got godly was the head of that agency until april addicted a whole generation of kids on nicotine through these vaping products and this isn't isn't like a team that you can just turn off. He calls it an addiction crisis. We're going to be at a point where we have to ask whether or not some of these products should come off the market. We don't trust you and who's likely you'd have permanent lung scarring vows to never touch an e cigarette again when you walk into high school wherever you walk into the bathroom and you'll see ten or twelve kids huddling around either passing one around if the short-term effects this bad then you know what good can come out of questions now facing health officials and millions of kids headed back to school cool well now as the resident vapor of the no show me with our before you do that. I wanna play the next clip okay because i do you want your input on this and i know where you're going already because of the giveaway that was in the first clip but so n._b._c. always likes to do a couple of these the same story or two or three times. I use the at least twice so this was the follow up story and they they brought this one. I just because somebody died tonight. Got alarming headline about e <music> cigarettes. Health officials are reporting what may be the first deaths linked to vaping and the c._d._c. warning tonight that cases of lung disease or rising among people who've ape n._b._c.'s kristen dahlgren has the latest tonight the possible connection between a mystery illness vaping taking a deadly earn unfortunately yesterday received the report of a death of an adult in someone who was recently hospitalized with severe respiratory illness. This c._d._c. is on the ground in illinois as the number. If people hospitalized has doubled there in the past week one hundred ninety three cases are now being investigated in twenty two states mostly in teens and young adults. The symptoms symptoms cough shortness of breath fatigue doctors on alert asking patients if they've been vaping. It's not sure whether it is a particular compound contaminant. It's nicotine t._h._c. Nobody really knows according to the c._d._c. Many patients but not all have acknowledged recent use of products with t._h._c. See the active ingredient in marijuana which vaping advocates say is the real problem. Thirty-one-year-old sean bills is in a medically induced coma in utah his wife life is turned over all his vaping paraphernalia to the local health department to try to.

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"sean bill" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The morning, we're helping you get to work on time. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Now, the Brian Kilmeade show. A news ninety six point five WDBO v. I met with Bob at the suggestion of the deputy and the principal associate deputy by Muller met with Bob Muller to get a readout on what his conclusions would be on March twenty fifth and at that meeting. I asked I reiterate it to to special counsel Mahler that in order to to have the shortest possible time before I was in a position to release the report I asked that they identified six material. When I received the report on March twenty second, and we were hoping to to have that easily identified the six eight material. Unfortunately, it did not come in that form and it quickly became apparent that. It would take about three or four weeks. To identify that material and other material that have to be redacted. So there was necessarily going to be a gap between the receipt of the report and getting the full report out publicly. Those are the comments from attorney general opening comments scripted comments from William bar. We heard the script ecommerce or Senator Feinstein as well as Jerry chair. She's the ranking member as well as the chair Lindsey Graham, and I'll just summarize Lindsey Graham, he said, listen Muller. Great patriot guys. A lot of great respect reports. Don, it's over we got it. Now, nothing changed. He says I read almost the whole report. And then one read the unredacted version, I'm done with it. My question is and he went through the whole Hillary Clinton situation. Wei-sze not looking into when someone takes a hammer to a server when someone wipes out a server, and then what happened from there? I sense. That's where he wants to go, but this morning when the last night when things came out that William bar was excuse me when Bob Muller was not happy with William bars four page release. So the bottom line conclusions of the report. He wrote a letter, and then they had a conversation, and that story broke we got the letter now with me in studio to do some incident Alice's on a big day for him. Newt Gingrich his book collusion is now out a novel. His podcast is now out new twirled, which you can download everywhere, Newt Gingrich, Mr Speaker, welcome good to be with you. As always I can't imagine anybody better to talk to some incident. Alice's I'll do some play by play. You do some color on what we're witnessing Momo is basically saying is I gave you summaries when you use the summaries with Barr says is I can't use you some race because you left six immaterial in which civilians like me. No didn't know that. That means specialty. That means crane jewelry stuff. So you couldn't put that in. We had to go redacted. Ourselves is going to be a big gap. Well, I think it's deeper than that. Everything conservatives hate about corruption in Washington was captured in leaking the letter to New York Times and the Washington Post the night before bar was going to testify. I mean, this is just such typical Washington stuff, which he was not supposed to be typical Washington. Right. Right. Well, except of course, he had been head of the FBI peddling tradition. And he was one of commes closest friends, you know, plus get real the fact is Muller. Head two years. Twenty five million dollars, fourteen anti-trump democratic lawyers five hundred witnesses and in the end does not a single word that says guilty by contrast, Ken Starr reported on Bill Clinton and used the word guilty on eleven different counts. Now, if we'd gotten a Muller reports that said Trump was guilty on eleven counts. We've been a different world today. Absolute, but we didn't and Muller auto, relax. Go home retire and realize that this is over he headed shot. He took it I presume. Zuma's a man of integrity that he believed his own report and his own report. In the end said there is nothing here. Strong enough to in any way, go after the press and look I'm not a lawyer. But when there's no crime, and then someone says is obstruction. I would say that there's no underlying crime I lost interest in obstruction. So of your definition of obstruction? But here's what the set in this story broke last night was expanded on when the letter was fully released about an hour ago. William bar, you see he caught he actually wrote a letter. And he said he complained that the that the memo to congress summarize the Russia's in Russia investigation and exonerated President Trump of collusion did not fully capture. The substance of the report moa wrote the letter on the twenty seventh just as if to Bari should the four pager. Now, the only thing bar said is call me. So they called in. They spoke at the end of this. He said the only thing he agreed to do is. I'll go car fi say it's not a summary. It's the underlying conclusions within no emotion release, all my summaries. And he said I thought about it. No. I'm not gonna really shoes summaries because you're summaries aren't redacted. I'm taking my time two weeks, and I'm going to release the whole report. And before that he made a statement. Now with the Democrats are saying is the attorney general should be impeached. He's we should he has lost all credibility. The Democrats have to have demons, and they know that Bill bars are really smart really professional guy who was a great attorney general for George H W Bush has a huge reputation, and if they could take him down that would be a whole new fight. And I think they're gonna fail pretty badly. Because people will find out today. He is very smart. And he knows what he's doing. And he's very professional. I'm going to just bring you to Adam Schiff said who Bill more, actually, and I know, you know, this because you with Sean Bill Maher called him out on Sunday and said at this point, you almost stalking the president cut cut for I think is is.

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"sean bill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

12:36 min | 3 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program I've got to warn you that this next half hour is going to be tough to listen to. So if you have kids in the car, you may want to be careful all right with so much talk about abortion, even when the birthing process stops. I have no idea the sort of hit us all out of the blue and New York state passed that law and then followed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. And this is how the governor and a radio show describe what the law would allow in Virginia if it had gotten past that did get past the New York. This is what governor Northam said at the time gift for mothers in labor. I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother in the family's desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother, and what if the mother and the father may have a disagreement about resuscitation, we're gonna have a debate in that moment. This is talking about the birth process. Abortion up to the birthing moment. Now joining us we have Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor. Mom, tried to abort her and she has survived and has now two daughters of her own and doctor Levin, Tino is with us. He started doing abortions in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven performed around twelve hundred or more including one hundred second. Trimester saline abortions later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. But he doesn't perform them anymore. And he's had a massive change of heart on it. This law now is spreading we got New Mexico and California in Rhode Island and Massachusetts now in Vermont might be the most gruesome doctor Levin. Oh, dear what they're doing in Vermont. Yes. Sean Bill h fifty seven in Vermont section ninety four ninety four states that a public entity shall not interfere with an individual's fundamental right to choose to obtain an abortion, no time limits. No supervision by the state nothing that that's abortion right up to birth. And now, you'll love this provision. You may not have heard this one the next provision states. No state or local law enforcement shell prosecute individual for inducing performing or attempting to induce or perform the individual's own abortion. We won't prosecute you even if you try to abort yourself. So basically you have now the right to kill yourself. Well, I'm gonna tell you something inducing an abortion on your own could very well result in serious harm or death. Apparently, the state of Vermont not troubled by that really sixth. Stuff. Let me go back to Melissa. I want to see you described you found out at fourteen. How did you find out? Exactly, my older sister was facing an unplanned pregnancy. What is actually considering every option which included abortion? And when our parents found out about that they decided to tell her the story of my survival. When my parents adopted me, they knew that I have survived a failed abortion that the doctors initially didn't think I would live for very long that I would suffer from major disabilities to my parents knew all that. But they didn't tell us until they told her hoping that she would understand just what kind of decision she was facing in her life. And so what what did she decided she she chose to carry him? Parented him went on and had other children. You know, I often tell people I know that was not easy for her. But she knows that it was worth at at her kids know what an incredible sacrifice. She may. How hard she worked. In a way, your life story saved the life of your nephew. Yeah. And ultimately, he saved my life. And you know, I hope hundreds of millions of lives by allowing me to know the story of my survival. He was no accident. Yeah. You know? And how old were you? When you first met your birth mother and had how did that come about? Yeah. So I started searching for her when I was out in nineteen didn't find until I was thirty. And even after that there were so many secrets it up my life. So we didn't really start communicating until about six years ago. Now, let me ask you this did your did your adoptive parents mind that you were searching for your mother your biological. I think most people can understand that was difficult for them. Right. They wanted to protect me. They didn't want me to be hurt by them, especially knowing what they tried to do to me. So yeah. That part was hard for them. But they knew it was important for me to find them. And to know answers and always been really supportive. So that's six years ago. I started communicating with my birth mother by Email, and that's what I learned that she actually didn't know for over thirty years that I had been delivered alive that day. They never told her. She was told it died. It's hideous. It's a monster. Don't look at it. And I was rushed off to the Nick you after I was initially laid aside. Those were the words that the nursing staff at said, they laid you aside, they must have had one of those really pretty conversations like the governor is talking about right about what was going to happen with me. And ultimately, I know know, a nurse picked me up. Rush me off to the Nick you and shouted to this other nurse that darned, Dr Calbert messed up. Wow. My abortionist who made the decision to save your life. Somebody had to step in that nurse that that nurse made the decision to give. View that care, absolutely. Have you ever met her breath? I haven't I think I know where she let me go back on the other side of this doctor Levin Tino. And you're hearing this story. I look we'll give a listener warning again. Because what you're describing if you have kids in the car, you may not want them to hear it. But. Because your story is fascinating. You had a total turnaround. Sadly, you lost your six year old little girl. And I was you said her name was Heather in a in a car accident when she was hit by a car, and that changed your mind. And but as you did these later abortions in particular. Describe what you do. I don't think most people understand it. Well picture that child is I said as big as your handwritten bigger. DNA abortion involves where the suction the baby's falling pulled into the suction catheter twelve weeks or less. But when they're bigger, you know, fourteen sixteen eighteen twenty twenty four he's a viable kids at that stage. They're not gonna fit through small diameter catheters. So using a an a clamp called the Sofer clamps the one I use a variations of it. And you have to dismember this child you have to tear off on a living child. The arms the legs tear out the chest hair out the domino contents crush, the skull whole all this side of the out of the uterus through the vagina. And as I often say sometimes a little face comes back and stares back at you. Can you think back at times when when you were doing this before you said, I can't do this anymore? Do you? Remember, like, if you as you said, you're tearing out a leg, you tearing out an arm or a head and a faces looking at you. Did you look at it and say what the hell am I doing? Not until the mountain until my daughter died. I remember even having been experienced at doing first trimester abortions and even sailing abortions doing a DNA abortion the first couple of times was traumatic. It's difficult. But I was dedicated if you talk to me, then I told you I was pro choice. This is a decision between a woman her doctor and no one including the baby's father has anything to say about it. You know, if you know a lot of people identify themselves as pro-life pro-choice. But when you're when you're a gynecologist, and you say that it's not some big political decision. You're deciding whether you're going to do this or not, and you can get used to almost anything, Sean, and I did get used to doing that. In other words, he sort of did I really look is they tell people, you know, you, and it's not it's not just a gross people out. You talk about arms and legs. You do an abortion. You have to keep inventory. You have to make sure you get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't your patients going to be in serious trouble. Her death that all of a sudden, I tell people that was the first time, I really really really looked at that pile of body parts and all of a sudden, I didn't see her wonderful right to choose. And I didn't see what a great doctor. I was helping with their problem. All I could see was somebody's son or daughter, and that changed it for me. You know, I've seen these pictures that you're describing people don't publish it very often. You can't people wanna look online. It's real what you're describing is graphic and real I've seen it. And to me, it is just gruesome. And if you, you know, people wouldn't do this to a little puppy or a kitten or any animal be arrested. Yeah. What would it be like what the governor described or what Cuomo the altar boy that was his answer yesterday? Well, I'm used to be an altar boy. And I'm like, what does that have to do with anything? And they always come up with great names like the reproductive health act. But what would what would a full term baby? A woman in labor abortion be like based on your experience. Well, I never did a full term abortion. But if you if you look at and this was what happened in Virginia where the sponsor of the Bill was asked flat out would your Bill allowing abortion just immediately prior to birth for mental reasons. Yes, she said, and she's absolutely right. That's what the law says, you could literally remember you gotta understand. There's a difference between a human being in a person. Once you're born. You are a person you have rights under the law. What's the, you know, the governor of Virginia maybe a fair pediatrician I don't know. But he's a lousy attorney certainly he has no understanding. One. A person under the law. You have rights if you if you think about it and then either neglect or child after birth. That's what Dr guys now is spending the rice his wife in prison for that's called murder. They in when east what I felt when he said it, I'm like, he doesn't even know what he's describing this disconnect at a level that I can't describe. But I have read that they puncture. The skull suction out the brains of of what is now a fully formed viable child and individual soul. And then do exactly what you're describing, you know, pulling out body parts, except now there is a baby that is exactly what could be done under the law. It's you're the head is crowning. You can see the head through the vagina. But the baby's not foreign yet. That's not a person yet. And there's nothing preventing you from taking an instrument and puncturing that skull, and then you say suctioned out the brain. And then let the baby die delivered. Because now the baby's dead as long as the child is dead before delivery is accomplished if legal. You know, as you listen to this. And by the way, how would you describe your your attitude today? Doctor Levin Tino. Okay. Do you still support abortion? Do you still support abortion in the first trimester? I don't support abortion in the first second or third trimester. Except in very limited circumstances, rape, incest things like that. Ertugrul pregnancy. If a woman with a tubal or ectopic pregnancy, and you do an ultrasound. And there's there's a fetus and there's a heartbeat. But it's in her tube. You treat that he was going to kill her. Okay..

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"sean bill" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:49 min | 3 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"This hour of Sean Hannity is brought to you by Marty Hampton at Remax that this next half hour is going to be tough to listen to. So if you have kids in the car, you may want to be careful all right with so much talk about abortion, even when the birthing process stops. I have no idea the sort of hit us all out of the blue and New York state passed that law and then followed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. And this is how the governor on a radio show, describe what the law would allow in Virginia if it had gotten past that did get passed the New York. This is what governor Northam said at the time gift for mothers in labor. I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother what if the mother and the father may have a disagreement about resuscitation, we're going to have a debate in that moment. This is they're talking about the birth process. Abortion up to the birthing moment. Now joining us we have Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor. Mom, tried to abort her and she has survived and has now two daughters of her own and doctor Levin, Tino is with us. He started doing abortions in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven performed around twelve hundred or more including one hundred second. Trimester saline abortions later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. But he doesn't perform them anymore, and he's had a massive change of heart on it. This law now is spreading we got New Mexico and California in Rhode Island and Massachusetts now in Vermont might be the most gruesome doctor Levin. Oh, dear what they're doing in Vermont. Yes. Sean Bill h fifty seven in Vermont. Section ninety four ninety four states that a public entity shall not interfere with an individual's fundamental right to choose to obtain an abortion, no time limit no supervision by the state nothing. That's that's abortion right up to birth. And now, you'll love this provision. You may not have heard this one the next provision states. No state or local law enforcement shell prosecute an individual for inducing performing or attempting to induce four perform the individual's own abortion. We won't prosecute you even if you try to abort yourself. So basically you have now the right to kill yourself. Well, I'm gonna tell you something do sing an abortion on your own could very well result in serious harm or death. Apparently, the state of Vermont not troubled by that really sick stuff. Let me go back to Melissa. I want to see you described you found out at fourteen. How did you find out? Exactly, my older sister was facing an unplanned pregnancy was actually considering every option which included abortion. And when our parents found out about that they decided to tell her the story of my survival. When my parents adopted me, they knew that I had survived a failed abortion that the doctors initially didn't think I would live for very long that I would suffer from major disabilities. So my parents knew all that. But they didn't tell us until they told her hoping that she would understand just what kind of decision she was facing in her life. And so what what did she decided she she chose to carry him? Parented him went on and had other children. You know, I often tell people I know that was not easy for her. But she knows that it was worth it. And her kids know what an incredible. Sacrifice. She made how hard she worked. No way you away your life story. Save the life of your nephew. Yeah. And ultimately, he saved my life. And you know, I hope hundreds of millions of lives by allowing me to know the story of my survival. He was no accident. Yeah. You know? And how old were you? When you first met your birth mother. And how did how did that come about? Yeah. So I started searching for her when I was nineteen didn't find until I was thirty. And even after that there were so many secrets it up my life. So we didn't really start communicating until about six years ago. Now, let me ask you this did your did your adoptive parents mind that you were searching for your mother, your biological mother. I think most people can understand that was difficult for them. Right. They wanted to protect me. They didn't want me to be hurt by them, especially knowing what they tried to do to me. So yeah. That part was hard for them. But they knew it was important. For me to find them and to know hamsters, and he's always been really supportive so about six years ago. I started communicating with my birth mother by Email, and that's what I learned that she actually didn't know for over thirty years that I had been delivered alive that day. They never told her. She was told it died. It's hideous. It's a monster. Don't look at it. And I was rushed off to the Nick you after I was initially laid aside. Those were the words that nursing staff have said, they laid you aside, they must have had one of those really pretty conversations like the governor is talking about right about what was going to happen with me. And ultimately, I now know a nurse picked me up. Rush me off to the Nick you and shouted to this other nurse that darned at Dr shellberg messed up. Wow. He was my abortionist who made the decision to save your life. Somebody had to step in that nurse that nurse made the decision to give you that care. Absolutely. Have you ever met her? I haven't I think I know you don't let me go back on the other side of this doctor Levin Tino. And you're hearing this story. I look we'll give a listener warning again. Because what you're describing if you have kids in the car, you may not want them to hear it. But because your story is fascinating you had a total turnaround. Sadly, you lost your six year old little girl in a I was thinking that her name was Heather in a in a car accident or she was hit by a car, and that changed your mind. And but as you did these later abortions in particular. Describe what you do. I don't think most people understand it. Well picture that child as I said as big as your handwritten bigger. Dini abortion involves with the suction. The baby's falling up into the suction catheter twelve weeks or less, but when they're bigger, you know, fourteen sixteen eighteen twenty twenty four these are viable kids at that stage. They're not gonna fit through small diameter catheters. So you an a clamp called the Sofer clamps the one I use variations of it. And you'd have to dismember this child, you have to tear off on a living child the arms the legs care out, the chest tear out the abdominal contents crush, the skull whole all the side of the out of the uterus through the vagina. And as I often say sometimes a little face comes back and stares back at you. Can you think back at times when when you were doing this before you said, I can't do this anymore? Do you do you? Remember, like, if you as you said, you're tearing out a leg, tearing out an arm or a head and a faces looking at you. Did you look at it and say what the hell am I doing? Not until the mountain. So my daughter died. I remember even having been experienced at doing first trimester abortions and even failing abortions doing DNA abortion the first couple of times was traumatic. It's difficult. But I was dedicated if you talk to me, then I told you I was pro choice. This is a decision between a woman her doctor and no one including the baby's father has anything to say about it. You know, if you, you know, a lot of people identify themselves as pro-life pro-choice. But when you're when you're gynecologist, and you say that it's not conveyed political decision, you deciding whether you're going to do this or not, and you can get used to almost anything, Sean, and I did get used to doing that. In other words, this is sort of. I really look 'cause they tell people, you know, you, and it's not it's not just the gross people out. You talk about arms and legs. You do an abortion. You have to keep inventory. You have to make sure you get two arms two legs and all the pieces because you don't your patients going to be in serious trouble. Yeah. That all of a sudden, I tell people that was the first time, I really really really looked at that pile of body parts and all of a sudden, I didn't see her wonderful right to choose. And I didn't speak with a great doctor. I was helping with their problem. All I could see was somebody's son or daughter, and that changed it for me. You know, I've seen these pictures that you're describing people don't publish it very often kept people wanna look online. It's real what you're describing his graphic and real I've seen it. And to me, it is just gruesome, and if you, you know, people wouldn't do this to a little puppy or a kitten or any animal be arrested. Yeah. What would it be like what the governor described or what Cuomo the altar boy that was his answer yesterday? Well, I'm I used to be an altar boy, and Mike what does that have to do with anything? And they always come up with great names. The reproductive health act. But what would what would a full term baby? A woman in labor abortion be like based on your experience. Well, I never did a full term abortion. But if you if you look at, you know, and this was what happened in Virginia where the sponsor of the Bill was asked flat out would your Bill allowing abortion just immediately prior to birth for mental reasons. Yes, she said, she's absolutely right. That's what the law says, you could literally remember you gotta understand. There's a difference between a human being in a person once are born you are a curtain than you have rights under the law. What's the, you know, the governor of Virginia may be a fair pediatrician I don't know. But he's a lousy attorney certainly he has no understanding one. Any person under the law? You have rights if you feel if you think about it and then either neglect or kill a child after birth. That's what Dr guys now is spending the rice his wife in prison for called murder. They in when he's what I felt when he said it, I'm like, he doesn't even know what he's describing this disconnect at a level that I can't describe. But I have read that they puncture. The skull suction out the brains of of what is now a fully formed viable child and individual soul. And then do exactly what you're describing, you know pulling out body parts except now their size of a baby. That is exactly what could be done under the law pitcher the head is crowning. You can see the head through the vagina. But the baby's not foreign yet. That's not a person yet. And there's nothing preventing you from taking an instrument and puncturing that skull, and as you say sucks out the brain. And then let the baby diagnose delivered. Because now the baby's dead as long as the child is dead before delivery is accomplished. It's legal. You know, as you listen to this. And by the way, how would you describe your your attitude today? Doctor Levin Tino. Okay. Do you still support abortion? Do you still support the abortion in the first trimester? I don't support abortion in the first second or third trimester. Except in very limited circumstances, rape, incest things like that. Ertugrul pregnancy for women with the tubal Rick topic pregnancy, and you do an ultrasound. And there's there's a fetus and there's a heartbeat. But it's in her tube. You treat that he's going to kill her. Okay. Let me give the last word to Melissa Melissa. What do you say to people as having survived? You you were there was an attempt to abort you. But you survived. You have a story that is very rare. What do you say?.

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"sean bill" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:36 min | 3 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on KTRH

"Of the hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program I've got to warn you that this next half hour is going to be tough to listen to. So if you have kids in the car, you may want to be careful all right with so much talk about abortion, even when the birthing process stops. I have no idea the sort of hit us all out of the blue and New York state passed that law and then followed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. And this is how the governor in a radio show, describe what the law would allow in Virginia if it had gotten past the did get past the New York. This is what governor north set at the time gift for mothers in labor. I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother. And the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother what if the mother and the father may have a disagreement about resuscitation, we're gonna have a debate in that moment. This is they're talking about the birth process. Abortion up to the birthing moment. Now joining us we have Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor. Mom, tried to abort her and she has survived and has two daughters of her own and doctor Levin, Tino is with us. He started doing abortions in nineteen seventy seven performed around twelve hundred or more including one hundred second. Trimester saline abortions later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks. But he doesn't perform them anymore, and he's had a massive change of heart on it. This law now is spreading we got New Mexico and California in Rhode Island and Massachusetts now in Vermont might be the most gruesome doctor Levin. Oh, dear what they're doing in Vermont. Yes. Sean Bill h fifty seven in Vermont section ninety four ninety four states that have public entity shall not interfere with an individual's fundamental right to choose to obtain an abortion, no time limits. No supervision by the state nothing. That's that's abortion right up to birth. And now, you'll love this provision. You may not have heard this one the next provision states. No state or local law enforcement shell prosecute individual for inducing performing or attempting to induce four perform the individual's own abortion. We won't prosecute you even if you try to abort yourself. So basically you have now the right to kill yourself. Well, I'm gonna tell you something inducing an abortion on your own could very well result in serious harm or death. Apparently, the state of Vermont not troubled by that really sixth. Let me go back to Melissa. I wanna see you described you found out at fourteen. How did you find out? Exactly, my older sister was facing an unplanned pregnancy was actually considering every option which included abortion. And when our parents found out about that they decided to tell her the story of my survival. When my parents adopted me, they knew that I had survived a failed abortion that the doctors initially didn't think I would live for very long that I would suffer from major disabilities. My parents knew all that. But they didn't tell us until they told her hoping that she would understand just what kind of decision she was facing in her life. And so what what did she decided she she chose to carry him? Parented him went on and had other children. You know, I often tell people I know that was not easy for her. But she knows that it was worth it. And her kids know what? An incredible sacrifice. She made how hard she worked way. You away your life story save the life of your nephew. Yeah. And ultimately, he saved my life. And you know, I hope hundreds of millions of lives by allowing me to know the story of my survival. He was no accident. Yeah. You know? And how old were you? When you first met your birth mother. And how did how did that come about? Yeah. So I started searching for her when I was about nineteen didn't find until I was thirty. And even after that there were so many secrets it up my life. So we didn't really start communicating until about six years ago. Now, let me ask you this. Did you did your did your adoptive parents mind that you were searching for your mother, your biological mom? I think most people can understand that was difficult for them. Right. They wanted to protect me. They didn't want me to be hurt by them, especially knowing what they tried to do to me. So. Yeah. That part was hard for them. But they knew it was important for me to find them and to know answers, and he's always been really supportive so about six years ago. I started communicating with my birth mother by Email, and that's what I learned that she actually didn't know for over thirty years that I had been delivered alive that day. They never told her. She was told it died. It's hideous. It's a monster. Don't look at it. And I was rushed off to the Nick you after I was initially laid aside. Those were the words that the nursing staff have said, they laid you aside, they must have had one of those really pretty conversations like the governor is talking about right about what was going to happen with me. And ultimately, I know a nurse picked me up. Rush me off to the Nick you and shouted to this other nurse that darned, Dr Calbert messed up. Wow. Abortionist who made the decision to save your life? Somebody had to step in that nurse that nurse made the decision to give you that care. Absolutely. Have you ever met her? I haven't I think I know where she hit. You don't let me go back on the other side of this doctor Levin Tino. And you're hearing this story. I look we'll give a listener warning again. Because what you're describing if you have kids in the car, you may not want them to hear it. But because your story is fascinating you had a total turnaround. Sadly, you lost your six year old little girl. And I was thinking that her name was Heather in a in a car accident or she was hit by a car, and that changed your mind. And but as you did these later abortions in particular. Describe what you do. I don't think most people understand it. Well picture that child as I said as big as your hand driven bigger. DNA abortion involves where the suction the baby's falling be pulled into the suction catheter twelve weeks or less. But when they're bigger, you know, fourteen sixteen eighteen twenty twenty four he's a viable kids at that stage. They're not gonna fit through small diameter catheters, so using an a clamp called the Sofer clamps the one I use her variations of it. And you have to dismember this child you have to tear off on a living child the arms the legs here out the chest. Tear out the domino contents crushed the skull. Whole all this side of the out of the uterus through the vagina. And as I often say sometimes a little face comes back and stares back at you. Can you think back at times when when you were doing this before you said, I can't do this anymore? Do do you? Remember, like, if you as you said, you're tearing out a leg, tearing out an arm or a head and a faces looking at you. Did you look at it and say what the hell am I doing? Not until the mountain. So my daughter died. I remember even having been experienced at doing first trimester abortions and even sailing abortions doing a DNA abortion the first couple of times was traumatic difficult. But I was dedicated if you talk to me, then I told you I was pro choice. This is a decision between a woman her doctor and no one including the baby's father has anything to say about it. You know, if you, you know, a lot of people identify themselves as pro-life or pro-choice. But when you're when you're gynecologist, and you say that it's not some big political decision. You're deciding whether you're going to do this or not, and you can get used to almost anything, Sean, and I did get used to doing that. In other words, he's sort of did I really look is they tell people, you know, you in not it's not just a gross people out. You talk about arms and legs you doing a Boertien. You have to keep inventory. You have to make sure you get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't your patients going to be in serious trouble. Her death that all of a sudden, I tell people that was the first time, I really really really looked at that pile of body parts and all of a sudden, I didn't see her wonderful right to choose. And I didn't speak with a great doctor. I was helping with their problem all I could see with somebody son or daughter, and that changed it for me. I've seen these pictures that you're describing people don't publish a very often kept people wanna look online. It's real what you're describing is graphic and real I've seen it. And to me, it is just gruesome, and if you, you know, people wouldn't do this to a little puppy or a kitten or any animal be arrested. Yeah. What would it be like what the governor described or what Cuomo the altar boy that was his answer yesterday? Well, I'm I used to be an altar boy, and Mike what does that have to do with anything? And they always come up with great names like the reproductive health act. But what would what would a full term baby? A woman in labor abortion be like based on your experience. Well, I never did a full term abortion. But if you if you look at, you know, and this was what happened in Virginia where the sponsor of the Bill was asked flat out would your Bill allowing abortion just immediately prior to birth for mental reasons. Yes, she said, she's absolutely right. That's what the law says, you could literally remember you gotta understand. There's a difference between a human being in a person. Once you're born. You are a person you have rights under the law. What's the, you know, the governor of Virginia may be a fair pediatrician I don't know. But he's a lousy attorney certainly he has no understanding. One. A person under the law. You have rights if you feel if you think about it and then either neglect or kill a child after birth. That's what Dr guys now is spending the rice his wife in prison for that's called murder. When east what I felt when he said it I'm like, he doesn't even know what he's describing a disconnect level that I can't describe. But I have read that they puncture. The skull suction out the brains of of what is now a fully formed viable child and individual soul. And then do exactly what you're describing, you know pulling out body parts except now their size of a baby. That is exactly what could be done under the law. The head is crowning. You can see the head through the China. But the baby's not foreign yet. That's not a person yet. And there's nothing preventing you from taking an instrument and puncturing that skull, and then as you say suction out the brain, and then let the baby die delivered. Because now the baby's dead as long as the child is dead before delivery is accomplished. It's legal. You know, as you listen to this, by the way. How would you describe your your attitude today? Doctor levin. No, okay. Do you still support abortion? Do you still support abortion in the first trimester? I don't support abortion in the first second or third trimester. Except in very limited circumstances, rape, incest things like that. Pregnancy. If a woman with a tubular Rick topic pregnancy, and you do an ultrasound. And there's there's a fetus and there's a heartbeat. But it's in her tube. You treat that he's going to kill her. Okay..

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"sean bill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:36 min | 3 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program I've got to warn you that this next half hour is going to be tough to listen to. So if you have kids in the car, you may want to be careful all right with so much talk about abortion, even when the birthing process stops. I have no idea the sort of hit us all out of the blue and New York state passed that law and then followed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. And this is how the governor on a radio show describe what the law would allow in Virginia if it had gotten past did get past the New York. This is what governor Northam set at the time gift for mothers in labor. I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable the infant would be resuscitated. If if that's. What the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother what if the mother and the father may have a disagreement about resuscitation, we're gonna have a debate in that moment. This is talking about the birth process. Abortion up to the birthing moment joining us, we have Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor. Mom, tried to abort her and she has survived and has now two daughters of her own and doctor Levin, Tino is with us. He started doing abortions in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven performed around twelve hundred or more, including one hundred second trimester saline abortions later DNA abortions up to twenty four weeks, but he doesn't perform them anymore. And he's had a massive change of heart on it. This law now is spreading we got New Mexico and California in Rhode Island and Massachusetts now in Vermont might be the most gruesome doctor Levin. Oh, dear what they're doing in Vermont. Yes. Sean Bill h fifty Fifty-seven in Vermont. Section ninety four ninety four states that have public and fatigue shall not interfere with an individual's fundamental right to choose to obtain an abortion, no time limits. No supervision by this state, nothing that that's abortion right up birth. And now, you'll love this provision. You may not have heard this one the next provision states. No state or local law enforcement shell prosecute an individual for inducing performing or attempting to induce four perform the individual's own abortion. We won't prosecute you, even if you try to abort your self. So basically you have now the right to kill yourself. Well, I'm gonna tell you something inducing an abortion on your own could very well result in serious harm or death. Apparently, the state of Vermont not troubled by that really sixth off. Let me go back to Melissa. I want to see you described you found out at fourteen how? Did you find out exactly my older sister was facing an unplanned pregnancy was actually considering every option which included abortion? And when our parents found out about that they decided to tell her the story of my survival. When my parents adopted me, they knew that I had survived a failed abortion that the doctors initially didn't think I would live for very long that I would suffer from major disabilities to my parents knew all that. But they didn't tell us until they told her hoping that she would understand just what kind of decision she was facing in her life. What what did she decided she chose to carry him? Parented him went on and had other children. You know, I often tell people I know that was not easy for her. But she knows it was worth it. And her kids know what an incredible sacrifice she made how hard she worked. No way you away your life story. Save the life of your nephew. Yeah. And ultimately, he saved my life. And you know, I hope hundreds of millions of lives by allowing me to know the story of my survival. He was no accident. Yeah. You know? And how old were you? When you first met your birth mother. And how did how did that come about? Yeah. So I started searching for her when I was in nineteen didn't find until I was thirty even after that. There were so many secrets it up my life. So we didn't really start communicating until about six years ago. Now, let me ask you this. Did you did your did your adoptive parents mind that you were searching for your mother, your biological mom? I think most people can understand that was difficult for them. Right. They wanted to protect me. They didn't want me to be hurt by them, especially knowing what they tried to do to me. So yeah. That part was hard for them. But they knew it was important. For me to find them and to know answers and always been really supportive so about six years ago. I started communicating with my birth mother by Email, and that's what I learned that she actually didn't know for over thirty years that I had been delivered alive that day. They never told her. She was told it died. It's hideous. It's a monster. Don't look at it. And I was rushed off to the Nick you after I was initially laid aside. Those were the words that the nursing staff have said, they laid you aside, they must have had one of those really pretty conversations like the governor is talking about right about what was going to happen with me. And ultimately, I know a nurse picked me up. Rush me off to the Nick you and shouted to this other nurse that darned, Dr Calbert messed up. Wow. Abortionist who made the decision to save your life? Somebody had to step in that nurse that that nurse made the decision to give you that care. Absolutely. Have you ever met her? I haven't I think I know where she is. You know, let me go back on the other side of this doctor Levin Tino. And you're hearing this story. I look we'll give a listener warning again. Because what you're describing if you have kids in the car, you may not want them to hear it. But because your story is fascinating you at a total turnaround. Sadly, you lost your six year old little girl. And I was thinking that her name was Heather in a in a car accident or she was hit by a car, and that changed your mind. And but as you did these later abortions in particular. Describe what you do. I don't think most people understand it. Well picture that child as I said as big as your handwritten bigger. DNA abortion involves with the suction. The baby's falling up into the suction catheter twelve weeks or less, but when they're bigger, you know, fourteen sixteen eighteen twenty twenty four are viable kids at that stage. They're not gonna fit through small diameter catheters. So you use an an a clamp called the Sofer clamps the one I use variations of it. And you have to dismember this child, you have to tear off on a living child, the arms, the legs hair out the chest hair out the abdominal contents crushed the skull. I know out of the uterus through the vagina. And as I often say sometimes a little face comes back and stares back at you. Can you think back at times when when you were doing this before you said, I can't do this anymore? Do do you? Remember, like, if you as you said, you're tearing out a leg, tearing out an arm or a head and a faces looking at you. Did you look at it and say what the hell doing? Not until the mountain. So my daughter died. I remember even having been experienced at doing first trimester abortions and even sailing abortions doing a DNA abortion the first couple of times, it's traumatic it's difficult. But I was dedicated if you talk to me, then I told you I was pro choice. This is a decision between a woman her doctor and no one including the baby's father has anything to say about it. You know, if you know a lot of people identify themselves as pro-life pro-choice. But when you're when you're a gynecologist, and you say that it's not some big political decision. You're deciding whether you're going to do this or not, and you can get used to almost anything, Sean, and I get used to doing that. In other words, he's sort of did I really look as they tell people, you know, you not it's not just the gross people out. You talk about arms and legs. You do an abortion. You have to keep inventory. You have to make sure you get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't your patients going to be in serious trouble. Her death. All the sudden, I tell people that was the first time, I really really really looked at that pile of body parts and all of a sudden, I didn't see her wonderful right to choose. And I didn't see what a great doctor. I was helping with their problem. All I could see was somebody's son or daughter, and that changed it for me. I've seen these pictures that you're describing people don't publish a very often you kept people wanna look online. It's real what you're describing his graphic and real I've seen it. And to me, it is just gruesome, and if you, you know, people wouldn't do this to a little puppy or a kitten or any animal be arrested. Yeah. What would it be like what the governor described or what Cuomo the altar boy that was his answer yesterday? Well, I'm I used to be an altar boy, and Mike what does that have to do with anything? And they always come with great names like the reproductive health act. But what would what would a full term baby a woman in labor abortion be like based on your experience? Well, I never did a full term abortion. But if you if you look, you know, and this was what happened in Virginia where the sponsor of the Bill was asked flat out would your Bill allowing abortion just immediately prior to birth for mental reasons. Yes, she said, and she's absolutely right. That's what the law says, you could literally remember you gotta understand. There's a difference between a human being in a person. Once you're born. You are a person you have rights under the law. What the, you know, the governor of Virginia maybe a fair pediatrician I don't know. But he's a lousy attorney certainly he has no understanding one. Person under the law. You have rights if you kill if you think about it and then either neglect or kill child after burnt. That's what Dr guys now is spending the rice his wife in prison for that's called murder. They in when he's what I felt when he set it up like he doesn't even know what he's describing. There's a disconnect at a level that I can't describe. But I have read that they puncture. The skull suction out the brains of of what is now a fully formed viable child and individual soul. And then do exactly what you're describing, you know pulling out body parts except now their size of a baby. That is exactly what could be done under the law. The head is crowning. You can see the head through the giant. But the baby's not foreign yet. That's not a person yet. And there's nothing preventing you from taking an instrument and puncturing that skull, and then you say suction out the brain. And then let the baby die delivered. Because now the baby's dead as long as the child is dead before delivery is accomplished. It's legal. You know, as you listen to this, by the way. How would you describe your your attitude today? Doctor Levin Tino. Okay. Do you still support abortion? Do you still support the abortion in the first trimester? I don't support abortion in the first second or third trimester. Except in very limited circumstances, rape, incest things like that. Kubo pregnancy if a woman with a RIC topic pregnancy, and you do an ultrasound, and there's there's a fetus and there's a heartbeat. But it's in her tube. You treat that he's just going to kill her. Okay..

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"sean bill" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

12:35 min | 3 years ago

"sean bill" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program I've got to warn you that this next half hour is going to be tough to listen to. So if you have kids in the car, you may want to be careful all right with so much talk about abortion, even when the birthing process stops. I have no idea the sort of hit us all out of the blue and New York state passed that law, then followed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. And this is how the governor on a radio show describe what the law would allow in Virginia if it had gotten past did get past the New York. This is what governor Northam said at the time if mothers in labor, I can tell you exactly what would happen. The infant would be delivered. The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated. If if that's what the mother in the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother what if the mother and the father may have a disagreement about resuscitation, we're gonna have a debate in that moment. This is they're talking about the birth process. Abortion up to the birthing moment. Now joining us we have Melissa Odin. She is an abortion attempt survivor. Mom, pride to abort her. And she has survived and has now two daughters of her own and doctor Levin, Tino is with us. He started doing abortions in nineteen seventy seven performed around twelve hundred or more, including one hundred second trimester saline abortions later D abortions up to twenty four weeks, but he doesn't perform them anymore. And he's had a massive change of heart on it. This law now is spreading we got New Mexico and California in Rhode Island and Massachusetts now in Vermont might be the most gruesome doctor Levin. Oh, dear what they're doing in Vermont. Yes. Sean Bill h fifty seven in Vermont. Ninety four ninety four states that have public and Petit shall not interfere with an individual's fundamental right to choose. Who painted aboard? No time women, no supervision by this date. Nothing back back proportion right up to birth. And now you'll love this provisioning. You may not have heard this one the next provision states. No state or local law enforcement shell prosecute individual for inducing performing or attempting to use or perform the individual's own abortion. We won't prosecute you even if you try to abort yourself. So basically you have now the right to kill yourself. Well, I'm gonna tell you something inducing an abortion on your own could very well result in serious arm or death apparently state of Vermont not troubled by that really sixth off. Let me go back to Melissa. I wanted to see you described you found out at fourteen. How did you find out? Exactly, my older sister was facing an unplanned pregnancy. What is actually considering every option which included abortion? And when our parents found out about that they decided to tell her the story of my survival. When my parents adopted me, they knew that I had survived a failed abortion that the doctors initially didn't think I would live for very long that I would suffer from major disabilities after my parents knew all that. But they didn't tell us and tell they told her hoping that she would understand just what kind of decision she was facing in her life. And what did she decided she chose to? To carry him. Parented him went on and had other children. You know, I often tell people I know that was not easy for her. But she knows that it was worth it. And her kids know what an incredible sacrifice she made how hard she worked. No way. Your life story. Save the life of your nephew. Yeah. And ultimately, he saved my life. And you know, I hope hundreds of millions of lives by lowering need to know the story of my survival. He was no accident. Yeah. You know? And how old were you? When you first met your birth mother. And how did how did that come about? Yeah. So I started searching for her when I was about nineteen didn't find until I was thirty. And even after that there were so many secrets at my life. We didn't really start communicating until about six years ago. Now, let me ask you this did your did your adoptive parents mind that you were searching for your mother, your biological mom. I think most people can understand that was difficult for them. Right. They wanted to protect me. They didn't want me to be hurt by them, especially knowing what they tried to do to me. So yeah. That part which part for them. But they knew it was important for me to find them and to know answers, and we've been really supportive so about six years ago. I started communicating with my birth mother by Email, and that's what I learned that she actually didn't know for over thirty years that I had been delivered alive that day. They never told her. She was told it died it hideous. It's a monster. Don't look at it. And I was rushed off to the Nick you after I was initially laid aside. Those were the words that the nursing staff at said, they laid you they must have had one of those really pretty conversations like the governor is talking about right about what was going to happen with me. And ultimately, I now know a nurse picked me up. Rush me off to the Nick you and shouted to this other nurse that darned at Dr Calbert messed up. Wow. He went my abortionist who made the decision to save your life. Somebody had to step in that nurse nurse made the decision to give you that care. Absolutely. Have you ever met her? I haven't I think I know where she don't let me go back on the other side of this doctor Levin Tino. And you're hearing this story. I look we'll give a listener warning again. Because what you're describing if you have kids in the car, you may not want them to hear it. But because your story is fascinating you had a total turnaround. Sadly, you lost your six year old little girl. And I was thinking her name was Heather in a in a car accident when she was hit by a car, and that changed your mind. And but as you did these later abortions in particular. Describe what you do. I don't think most people understand it. Well, picture that child as I said is bigger handwritten bigger DNA abortion involves with a suction. The baby's falling be pulled into the suction catheter twelve weeks or less. But when they're bigger fourteen sixteen eighteen twenty twenty four he's a viable kids at that stage. They're not gonna fit through small diameter catheters. So you use an an Acland called the Soper clamps the one I use her variations of it. And you have to dismember this child you have to tear off on a living child the arms the legs. Here out the chest. Tear out the abdominal contents crush, the call whole all this out of the out of the uterus through the vagina. And as I often say sometimes a little face comes back and stares back at you. Can you think back at times when when you were doing this before you said, I can't do this anymore? Do you? Remember, like, if you as you said, you're tearing out a leg, tearing out an arm or head and a faces looking at you. Did you look at it and say what the hell am I doing? Not until the mount until my daughter died. I remember even having been experienced at doing first trimester abortions and even failing abortions doing DNA aboard the first couple of times was traumatic difficult. But I was dedicated if you talk to me, then I told you I was pro choice. This is a decision between a woman her doctor and no one including the baby's father has anything to say about it. You know, if you a lot of people identify themselves as pro-life pro-choice. But when you're when you're a gynaecologist, and you say that it's not conveyed political decision, you deciding whether you're going to do this or not, and you can get used to almost anything, Sean, and I get used to doing that. In other words, he sort of did I really look they tell people, you know, you not it's not just the gross people out. You talk about arms and legs. You do an abortion. You have to keep inventory. You have to make sure you get two arms two legs and all the pieces because if you don't you're going to be in serious trouble. That's what. Yeah. That all of a sudden, I tell people that was the first time, I really really really look at that pile of body parts and all of a sudden, I didn't see her wonderful right to choose. And I did what a great doctor. I was helping with their problem. All I with somebody on her daughter. And that changed it for me. You know, I've seen these pictures that you're describing people don't publish a very often kept people wanna look online. It's real what you're describing his graphic and real I've seen it. And to me, it is just gruesome, and if you, you know, people wouldn't do this to a little puppy or a kitten or any animal? Yeah. What would it be like what the governor described or what Cuomo the altar boy that was his answer yesterday? Well, I'm I used to be an altar boy, and Mike what does that have to do with anything? And they always come up with great names like the reproductive health act. But what would what would a full term baby? A woman in labor abortion be like based on your experience. Well, I never did a full term abortion. But if you if you look at you know, and this was what happened in Virginia where the sponsor of the Bill was asked flat out would your Bill allow an abortion Jessop immediately prior to birth for mental reasons. Yes, she said, and she's absolutely right. That quote, the law bet you could literally remember you gotta understand the difference between a human being in a person one are born you are a curtain than you have right under the law. What the, you know, the governor of Virginia may be a fair pediatrician I don't know. But he's a lousy attorney. He has no understanding one set. What was hurt under the law? You have right. If you if you think about it and then either neglect or child after birth. That's what Dr guys now, pending the right? His life in prison for that called murder. They in when he's what I felt when he said it, I'm like, he doesn't even know what he's describing this disconnect at a level that I can't describe. But I have read that they puncture. The skull suction out the brains of of what is now a fully formed viable child individuals soul. And then do exactly what you're describing, you know pulling out body parts, except now there is size of a baby. That is exactly what could be done under the law. You're the head is crowning. You can be the head through the vagina. But the baby's not born yet. That's not a person yet. And there's nothing preventing you from taking an instrument and puncturing net skull, and then as you say suck out the brain. And then let the baby guy delivered. Because now the baby's dead as long as the child is dead before delivery is accomplished if legal. You know, as you listen to this, by the way. How would you describe your your attitude today? Doctor Levin Tino. Okay. Do you still support abortion? These still support the abortion in the first trimester. I don't support abortion in the first second or third trimester. Except in very limited circumstances, rape, incest things like that. Pregnancy a woman with a tubular Rick topic pregnancy, and you do an ultrasound. And there's there's a fetus, and there's a heartbeat body thin her tube, you treat you just going to kill her. Okay..

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"How you doing jobs raising? I have great big game tonight. You know? Wow. Or good game. Previous game all the weekend. I mean, the I mean, this is big bus so far for the kick it. Yeah. And it was wild card. We can we promise you that. We would come back and give Lombardi all of your reactions everything that occurred. You mentioned that there were three good games. One. Not so good game. But it was good for the Indianapolis Colts. I assume that you're talking about that game. We're probably just gonna do this in chronological order as we work through wildcard weekends. So we will start with that first game colts win twenty one to seven. Andrew luck. Looks like he is back in full four no punts in the first half for the Colson pretty much across the board at me and goes nineteen for thirty two two hundred twenty two yards. Two touchdowns one pick and had everything Roland. We saw Shawn Watson sort of running for his life a little bit that offensive line struggled a lot of people asking about Bill O'Brien. Ryan and what their future looks like in Houston with the Sean Bill O'Brien. And what are they going to do about offense of line? But all in all those questions. What did you see in this game between these two AFC AFC south rivals Lombardi eight on Friday? I didn't think that watched it would play that two times against the colts again. And I think the movement of the coast defense, they're speaking. I think bothered Watson it was an athletic game. And he was on. He was unable of match that because you know, they had some fast guys on the field and everything was moving quickly. And when watched and ask the play faster, you know, he loses accuracy with football. And that's why you know, he he couldn't quite make throws that are needed that. They can look anytime before the ball almost fifty times in a game. You're not gonna play. Well, but I think the the thing that struck me and it kinda resonated all through the weekend for me. And I wrote about it today. And yeah, but it was the fact that I was really good coach that third down magic in Philadelphia. That is it really magical anymore is now in in in and out for some of this remarkable. They're nine for fourteen on third out. And you know, the first third eleven I go turn two million. I said well, don't get this one. Of course, actually they run across for twelve yard first down movement move the chain. So I mean, I came away from this game really impressed with a rights playcalling be his toughness and the way the team play complementary football all three faces, and you know, this Colt team, isn't I wouldn't say I would say the year ahead of their progression. In terms of where they're going to be as Chris Ballard out talent to the team. But they kick the Texan bass twice and they wanted offensive line against Texas deny and there'd be line against the Texans aligned. And would you be at home twice in a row by the state team? You know, what that means? Stay fraser. They way better to they way better. Yeah. And you could see. Stuff that you got you know, it's like Nick saving told me one time eight, bro. You know, the Bengals are just better. We are whether you'd want to wake up to realize it or not, you know. And I said, you're right. And once they the Texans have to wake up and say, you know, what we're we really should be owed to one against the Texas because if he punts it, we're gonna talk. We gave us a game. And then he kicked are asking the other two games. And if you look at the numbers in this game to show him Watson goes twenty nine forty nine. Like you mentioned two hundred and thirty five yards one touchdown one interception. The real problem was Hopkins in this game was sort of missing in action. Call five passes only thirty seven yards. So you pointed all that sort of stuff out, but I want to go back to what you said about Frank Reich because we saw after this game. They gave us the inside the locker room with the colts and Frank Reich. You know, it was very stoic. And in the way that he was leading that locker room..

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