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"skaggs" Discussed on The Moth
"By a really pretty young woman driving a volvo with two car seats in the back seat of baby on board a twenty six point two sticker and this car went to mount washington sticker. All i had was a cheese head sitting in the front seat my first six months at work kind of tough. The hours were brutal. I had to get up at two o'clock in the morning. Wasn't used to that. The city's in wisconsin. They are hard to say. Because they're hard to say it's like economou walk waukesha manitowoc menominee falls sheboygan cities here all right cities here are tough to say. I don't know why but it's like peabody peabody peabody worcester. The boston herald would call me a weather him. It was hard. I didn't quite warm up to the viewers. They would call up and say. Hey david my mother loves you or my sister headed. Thinks you're hot but why are you always wrong. Yeah suck seriously. How can i get a job in. Which i'm always wrong and to keep my job. No seriously i want that job and then always end the phone call with. You're not from here. are you. And that winter it was the winner of nineteen ninety five. Ninety six broke all records so by march. I was ready to leave. But instead i got a two week. All expense paid all inclusive trip to jamaica jamaica plain on march twenty eighth. I drove to work normally felt like hell. I drove away from work at four o'clock in the afternoon and instead of going home i went to the faulkner hospital because i just knew something. Deep inside wasn't right. Parked my car iran in and i started getting violently ill they took me into an emergency room and this woman says to me give a sore neck and i said oh my god my next been killing me at that point. Everybody starts to throw on the white surgical masks and she says to me. We think you have bacterial meningitis. I'm like what at that point. I felt like i was a foreigner in a country in which i didn't even know the language because bacterial meningitis inflammation of the menendez in the spinal cord and around your brain and they were asking me questions like where are you from. What's your name. What year were you born. I knew the answers was trying to say it but all the came out of my mouth was gibberish. And then they said we're going to give you a spinal tap and at that point. I didn't hear anything except a doctor. Say the last person that came to faulkner with meningitis died. We don't want to be over too. So i woke up and i looked around and i was in a different.
Bee Gees' Barry Gibb talks going country with ‘Greenfields’
"On paper. Berry give is a superstar. Sorry i should say sir berry give the only surviving member of the bg's he is one of the most successful songwriters of all time. And yes he has also been knighted but in person berry give is exceedingly humble. He's kind and as you'll hear today deeply interested in and excited by making music. Some back story quickly berry was born on the isle of man and moved with his family to australia when he was a boy. That family included his three younger brothers. His bg's bandmates robert morris as well as his youngest andy their journey has been explored in a new. Hbo documentary called the bg's. How can you mend a broken heart. And now barry has released a new album that brings some of the songs he and his brothers wrote together. In a whole new way on greenfields the give brother songbook volume one. Barry performed songs along with folks. Like dolly parton jason. Isabel and brandi carlile today. Very good and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb. Join me to talk about how this album came together. Dave is in nashville and berry joins us from where he now lives in miami to get things rolling. Here's a song that was first released on the bg's nineteen seventy five album. Main course on this new album barry. Performs with miranda lambert and j buchanan this is jive talkin s live discount so misunderstood john. Young you just heard. Jive talkin barry gibbs singing with j buchanan verana lambert a song originally on the nineteen seventy five album main course that version is from berry's new album greenfield's the game brothers. Songbook one today. I am joined by berry. Give and the producer of greenfield's dave cobb and just so everybody knows whose voice is whose though i don't think it'll be that tricky. I'd like to welcome you individually so berry. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank you thank you dave. Welcome to the world cafe. Thank y'all have to be here. It's great to have you both on now on the surface the two of you might seem like an unlikely pairing so get into how this all came together berry. I understand that your son steven had something to do with you. Getting tuned into the dave cobb universe through the music of artists. He's worked with like chris stapleton and jason isabel and. Brandi carlile it. Could you tell us how that happened. Yeah well i mean just outside this room. Stephen came out a darby her. This and on his iphone it was chris stapleton and just blew me away so i thought wow. That's that's for me. You know as right up my street. And and if i'm gonna make anymore record that's the guy i want to work with and i said who is this guy called dave cobb and he's the probably the biggest producer. Ah in the world right now. i should okay. Sounds good to me. Let's find out he's interested in dave. What was it like getting that call. Like what was your reaction when you heard from berry and his people. I'm a massive. Bg's fan and their early records You know top ten albums for me and specifically to be i and it's something that i obsessed on for many many years. I mean that. I record particularly it has got to love somebody on it and holiday and turn of the century and these songs that to me. I love records at sound like. They're you can't imagine humans getting together and making them. They sound like they're made in remarks or something that was one of those records seminole records getting that call and getting to do. Some of these early songs was just more than i ever wish or dream of mine. Well it was an incredible experience. And i thank you for it and i sincerely hope we get to do it again. I promise not to be show nervous. Very i also read. That stephen can convince you that people would want to work with you which blows my mind because you know you're one of the most successful songwriters of all time. Why would you think that you're very kind but nashville is a different world. It's a different world and if you if you're not accepted in nashville then you not accept it. That's all there is to. Nobody explains it. You're just you know. And and at one occasion. I was in nashville and i met ricky skaggs and got a chance to make a do a track with him and it was called soldier. Son and and I was. I just thought you know. This is where i whether other people think showing this year along
Announcing The Ridership, a free community and resource for the gravel cyclist
"Random to the show Yeah it's good to be back with you. I'm not really a guest at this point craig. I think i think. I'm i think i'm a regular buddy in co hosts at this stage so you don't have to commute to the show video. Thank you thank you good to you. Good to speak. I guess always is always as an i love that. We're on video. And because i'm in southern california. I'm in shorts and a tee shirt and you're in northern california in the morning wearing a ski hat. Yeah some definitely must say. I can't complain My family's back in boston. I'm not sure what the weather is right. Now but There's a reason why i'm not there for the winters and this is definitely a good place to be so i'll take the cold. Yeah absolutely. I feel like i'm really turning a corner down here into panga with the help of the community i've mapped out several real key important ridge lines and canyons between here and santa monica. And now i'm i'm really Experiencing asunto euphoria. Because i'm starting to kind of make connections between the two and i got lost on a rotten single-track that lead nowhere yesterday but also found. Just this rad single-track connector that i just. It's a point of discovery of new areas. That i really love when you've got the basics down and you can start digging into some of the lesser known trails. Yeah i'm starting to get that similar. Sense of familiarity with my surroundings have been here only for a couple of weeks. And i had done some writing here before but not much information's on it in the Again you know in the santa cruz mountains. Just north of skaggs point and so. I'm doing a lot of writing kinda to the west of there towards the coast backup. Then yesterday. i wrote king's ridge up in Outside of grenville. Unbelievably gorgeous out there. the grasshopper what is it the super sweetwater and the old caz racists go through their train is unreal and we were on the road the whole time so that i know there's a lot of good dirt but The vistas just unbelievable. Yeah and frankly cinema. County roads are often worse than the trails in my ex. Well i was writing six fifty. So i was. I was in good shape but one of our one of the two people i was with we were riding in a socially distant way. Everyone into we'll be talking about that in a moment One of the people we were with only have thirty. Two's and was definitely feeling the extra you impact and so on. So i was glad to be on fat rubber. Yeah exactly and you reference the grasshopper series. I had miguel crawford the founder of that series. He's been doing it for twenty years Which is kind of crazy Twenty one years. Now i guess and you can imagine what the equipment was like back in the day and in our interview he kinda often joked about. You know you just as soon see a mountain bike on the start line as you would proper road bike and everything in between over the years. In fact one of the people i was with at their brakes. Were starting to fail because it's so steep and fast and so on that just The the compounds in their breaks was seemingly anomalous classifying. Or something where they're just losing breaking power at the extremes kind of sketch. I didn't have those problems. Fortunately and i won't name names in terms of who's brake pads. They were either but well. This is great. I mean i feel like these conversations and the discovery process. We're going through in. Our new locations is on point with what i wanted to talk about today. Yep yep Before we jump into that because it will be a jumping off point. Do also want to talk about a listener email and dialogue. I've been having with the member of the community named silas. He brought up something that i've been grappling with someone. New to an area without local friends is just kovic safe riding and obviously did an interview with dave from unpaved about the event they did and all the changes they made to make covid safe but for for all of us on the day to day we've got to think about how to ride as covid safe individuals and is it safe to ride with others and what techniques can we do and what i recommended to silas is since neither you nor i are experts on this is let's let's put in the community forum and let's have a discussion and see how we can provide information to one another and have a dialogue about how individuals are comfortable in terms of writing with others. Today yeah and it's certainly not something that we are qualified to discuss ourselves You know we're not epidemiologists. We are not medical professionals and so on norway claiming that you know we have actually if we have anyone in the community Who has that sort of expertise can point to articles and so on This would be the channel To contribute to the conversation. Because ultimately i think for all of us including the experts that there is a this is like an an ongoing iterative optimization function. We're trying to find the right balance between you know. Mental health comes through social connection and that we are safe from A disease a pandemic that know is i mean. It's not like ebola so it doesn't have that extreme seriousness but it is serious enough especially potentially to other people that we might transmit to where we wanna take precautions. Striking that balances is something. We're all trying to figure out.
Former Los Angeles Angels Employee Indicted In Tyler Skaggs’ Overdose Death
"Sad postscript to the death of Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs. Here's Keep Peter a federal grand jury in Fort Worth, Texas. Indicted a former Los Angeles Angels employees on drug charges for allegedly providing Skaggs with the drugs that caused is overdose death. Eric Prescott Kay was charged with drug distribution and drug conspiracy and Skaggs overdose death. The charges carry a maximum of of life sentence and 20 years in prison, respectively remain free on his own recognizance. Skaggs 27 was found dead in his suburban Dallas hotel room on July 1st 2019. Before the start of what was supposed to be a four game. Siri's against the Texas Rangers.
Ex-Angels employee indicted in Tyler Skaggs' fatal overdose
"To the death of Angels pitcher Tyler Sky. A federal grand jury in Fort Worth, Texas. Indicted a former Los Angeles Angels employees on drug charges for allegedly providing Skaggs with the drugs that caused is overdose death. Eric Prescott Kay was charged with drug distribution and drug conspiracy and Skaggs overdose death. The charges carry a maximum of of life sentence and 20 years in prison, respectively. Remain free on his own recognizance. Skaggs 27 was found dead in his suburban Dallas hotel room on July 1st 2019 before the start of what was supposed to be a four game, Siri's against the Texas Rangers. Keith Peters
Ex-Angels employee charged in overdose death of Tyler Skaggs
"Charges have been filed against a former Los Angeles Angels employee accused of giving drugs to a team member who died ABC Salik Stone It was last summer when 27 year old pitcher Tyler Skaggs died. Natexis Hotel Room before the Angels were set to play. The Rangers had overdosed on fentanyl. Now a former Angels employee has been charged in Texas with distributing fat Nolan connection to Skaggs DEATH Eric K. Had worked in the Angels Media Relations Department. Thousands
Ex-Angels employee charged in overdose death of Tyler Skaggs
"Conspiracy charges have been filed against a former Los Angeles Angels employee. Accused of giving drugs to a team member who died a BCS Alex Stone. It was last summer when 27 year old pitcher Tyler Skaggs died in a Texas hotel room before the Angels were set to play. The Rangers had overdosed on fentanyl. Now a former Angels employee has been charged in Texas with distributing Fat Nolan connection to Skaggs death. Eric K. Had worked in the Angels Media Relations
Ex-Angels employee charged in overdose death of Tyler Skaggs
"Charges filed against a former L. A Angels employee accused of giving drugs to a team member who died. It was last summer when 27 year old pitcher Tyler Skaggs died in a Texas hotel room before the Angels were set to play the Rangers. It overdosed on fentanyl. Now a former Angels employee has been charged in Texas with distributing fentanyl in connection to Skaggs Death. Eric K. Had worked in the Angels Media Relations Department.
"skaggs" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
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"skaggs" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Unfortunately is not as musically inclined to is yes. So basically if it's not if it's not Steve Perry with journey. Okay, and he has to be with journey. Steve Perry. They can't have anybody else, or it's you know it's not staying or Peter Gabriel or you U2. Is Very rare that she will go out. Okay, so you use. So consequently. I don't really have anybody to go to concerts. So, so which is why I have a huge CD collection in MP three collection that. Because you know. Kind of almost listen to my own concerts, watching youtube, videos or whatnot. Okay, all right, so it gets that experience, but but yeah I would. especially, if the more artists toward that, you know that. I would like or that. There would be someone I could go with more than happy to go. Is there anything that staying? Hasn't you haven't got to hear? Live that you would've wiped. It say that's a question I. Ask the Bruce. You Know My. Leg bands like gave Bruce's touring. Is there a song of his that you've never heard live? That's got a wrinkle is they're seeing song that you go? Wow, I know. He never will play this or just haven't got to hear him play that. good question I was prepared for that question. I know sorry. Let's see probably some of the earlier police stuff. Yeah, because. They hit their bigger hits, but I think there's a lot of. Their lesser known hits. Yeah I could see that that that that I would like you know there's there's songs like darkness from Ghost in the machine for the police album that I would like to hear. let's see. On any other day from from regarded, a blonde guy would love to hear. Let's see man in a suitcase and never got to hear that one from there as in Yada Yada album nice, so so there's a few I would like to hear. before we get to the Mary, question. Is there anything I should've asked you Charles that I didn't? I. Think we're good I. think so too I think I. Think I. Think we covered a lot of ground? Yes, we did. This was so much fun all right. So you know this, but just in case, this is the first time someone is listening to this podcast. Jay Armstrong is an honors English teacher out of the Philadelphia area every year, his seniors, they take two days in their honors English class in May. Take the Song Thunder Road in break down as appoint. They go through verse by verse. They discussed the lyrics. They talk about the imagery of the song. They compare it to Robert Frost. The road not taken, and then at the end of the today's J. asked the question. To his class does marry. Get my car at the end of thunder rate so Charles as one of my favorite writers, yes, and one of my best friends yes, does Mary McCormack? Okay I. I thought about this and I think I have the perfect response given who I am and my relationship to you all right, okay? Okay, so Mary's about to get into the car. Suddenly. She hears a strange of warp for. Turning around, she sees a man who calls himself the Dr, emerging from a large blue box, and he invites her to travel with him inside that box across space and time. Does Mary Getting Tartus. Yes, and by the way I have tears in my eyes, because this makes me so happy is that the best response is the and that is the perfect response. Married and getting the car she gets the tortoise. Exactly does that not make sense makes perfect sense. I love this Okay Charles We've already talked about all the podcasts were on, but you actually on you do twin peaks ghastly shears how we can find that and I believe you every once in a while. Do this blog of geeky things, so please share. Share how people if they want to get in touch with you are learning more about you enjoy writings how gambling? Yeah, everybody I hope you enjoyed the discussion today, and so if you want to reach out and find me on through social media, you can reach me at Charles. skaggs on twitter at Charles skaggs on Instagram facebook of course Charles skaggs Hilliard Ohio. In my blog, icky things I'm going to do the thing here. Come on you. Coffee and hot where I talk about all kinds of comic book Scifi News. News of my other podcasts for south gate media including. What Jesse said Nick Stop everywhere the Docu, podcast or Titan talk the titans podcast where we talk the DC universe shows titans and doom patrol and the Phantom Zone podcast. Where we talk all kinds of TV shows and My twin peaks podcast. Do with browse whom has appeared on our other podcasts and. We talk all kinds of. Excuse me all kinds of twin peaks. Related goodness. We talk about David Lynch's films. And, we also throw in a ton of pop culture references along the way heads. Of Music based episode. We have we have. We've done several. We talked about. The soundtracks. So, so if if that's kind of what you're, we have episodes on those so so if you're listening interested in the music of twin peaks or anything else related. Especially Cruz. That or you know like I. said Roy Orbison. David Excuse me David, Bowie. Chris Isaac. Highly highly recommend checking out our podcasts I. Hope you do and. Hope check out the PODCAST and Please reach out I. Love to meet you on twitter and facebook. Absolutely you can find me on twitter at Jesse Jackson W. You can find the show at set than Bruce you can go to our website. Set LISSI grew. From there, you can see links to other.
"skaggs" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"In two thousand seven they were, they played at quicken loans arena in Cleveland. And so Laurie I we drove all the way up there to Cleveland to go see them, and then thankfully they came back on a later leg the tour and gave us a Columbus date, so I got to see them twice. Whereas the nationwide arena and Columbus. Yes so so at least I got to see the twice during their reunion tour, so that was that was a big deal for me because like I said obviously being such a police fan for so long. Yeah, and then you know. Obviously the ban wasn't around, and they finally reunite, and I could see them live, and it was such a. it was a great experience. Yeah I can imagine I've not seen any of them. Glide, but that's on my list I. I really think I would imagine. Sting puts on a great show he does. He's a great solo artist. Obviously now that he's getting older, you know voices affected but but yeah you still you still videos out there. If you WANNA see what he's like currently. But He's never failed to give me a a show that I enjoyed and never I never thought that he ever voted in. Yeah. I think so too, and I think that it. In much like I think Sinatra in his latest year later years right like yes. Yes, you age and that. As you talked about earlier. It's the mileage, right. He's had. Gives you the nuance of hearing the music you know. Ivy. Similar to I am not a major Bob Dylan Fan but you know my buddy Sam is, and he talks about that that the voice that Dylan has while never. Be a pop star just the age that he's the mileage gives you that much more. If you're a fan, exactly very cool all right, that's a great start number two. Number two. I probably would go with you to. Develop. Basically you to when when I got into them with the Joshua tree album sure. This which exactly which again was played heavily on MTV huge huge album. I mean every song on that album is is fantastic. Yeah and. They were also the best concert. I've ever seen personally. Yeah, because I was fortunate enough. Even as a kid I was fortunate enough to I was able to go see them during the Joshua Tree tour. Seven. And, so this is October six, one, thousand, nine, hundred seven at Cleveland. Municipal, stadium back when there was a. that's where the Indians play back in the day. Back when there was an actual Cleveland Municipal Stadium before they tore it down some but. The attendance there for that one was fifty thousand eighty one people. Wow, and so it was this huge crowd because. Cleveland Municipal Stadium could see like eighty thousand people easy. and. So it was just this phenomenal crowd, and this this was youtube in their prime right and it was just such a great classic performance. And That memory! That concert has stuck with me ever since. I kept trying to track down like the actual audio recording for that concert. Eventually when? There was a recent reissue of the Joshua Tree on. A. Thirtieth anniversary disc release. They attached one of the concerts wasn't my concert, but it was a concert from that tour. So I can kinda get the feeling of of kind of a little bit to re experience. What I experienced back in the in eighty-seven. That's very little, so is very cool for that. I really like I really love that yeah! I often. Every. February when it's super bowl time you know that you start talking about great halftime. Shows and obviously Mike fandom. Bring, Bruce is yes. He proposed show which I certainly agree was icon in amazing Often people bring Prince yes, version, but I if I had to vote I. Pick you to right after nine eleven. That just iconic where he's he. Brings out the American flag in their scrolling. The names of the People I'm tearing up. Just talk about it so. Battles always been a great showman. especially in live performances so so yeah, that was that whole America. Tribute to heroes was a it was a big deal back then absolutely and I remember that finally. Yeah, absolutely well so far hit two people. Groups that are major, stinging Bano are big springs, theme backers, and he is big backers of bet, right. There is so you're to for to. What's what's number three Let's see I'm going to go with the Beatles as number three. In fact, I don't think I have to explain the Beatles no that you either get them or you don't yeah. Because they're so iconic. In just their sheer musical talent that every member had Yes, even Ringo Yeah and You know the songs are just legendary there. I- conic. It's very hard not to know the words to. ECOMOG songs because their lyrics were so so well-crafted, yeah, and and That was what someone like I would say before. I would say you know because I listen to a lot of seventies, top forty and whatnot. That you know eventually you had classic rock mixed in with that. Yeah, so so I got to hear a lot of Beatles songs as a kid sure, and so it is. It's a band I've always loved ever since then and. If, I ever had like an actual working Tartus yes. I would go see the Beatles at Shea Stadium. That would that would be my ultimate dream concert of of time traveling back in time to go see you know. Often. On twitter that comes up like hey,.
Deep Background with Noah Feldman
"I want you to hear another show from Pushkin that I think you'll like it's called deep background and it's hosted by Harvard Law. Professor Noah Feldman Minute Noah's been interviewing top. Scientists thinkers and authors to understand the stories behind the news. The episode. You're about to hear is a special one. Because because Noah himself was the newsmaker in the hot seat testifying before Congress. I'll let him pick up the story on deep background. This is a show about understanding the news. And if you like you're about to hear I hope you'll subscribe from Pushkin Industries. This is deep background. The show where we explore the stories behind the stories in the news. I'm Noah Feldman joining us for the first time. Welcome if you've missed any of our earlier episodes which used it'd be behind a paywall. You can now get them for free exactly where you found this one a bit about me. I teach constitutional law at Harvard. I love oh well tailored suit and I had a pretty eventful winter break swear or affirm under penalty perjury and the testimony. You're about to give. It is true and correct to the best of your knowledge information and belief to help you got this past December. I was an expert witness called by the Democrats to testify at the impeachment inquiry and the House of Representatives into president. Donald Trump. To be honest with you it was extremely nerve wracking. My job is to study and to teach the constitution solution from its origins until the present. I'm here today to describe three things. Why the framers of our Constitution included a provision for the impeachment agent of the president? What that provision providing for impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors means and last how it applies to the question before for you and for the American people whether president trump has committed impeachable offenses under the constitution? The other expert witnesses called by the Democrats were Pamela Carlin. A law professor at Stanford when President Trump invited indeed demanded foreign involvement in our upcoming election. He struck at the very heart of what makes makes this a republic to which we pledge allegiance and Michael Gerhardt a law professor at the University of North Carolina Chapel. If what we're talking about is not impeachable the nothing impeachable. I recently got the chance to talk to Michael Gerhardt about that day and all that has happened since I was was unfortunately recovering from a slight cold Michael. Thank you so much for joining me. We've spoken on the phone but we actually haven't seen each other. Since December December four th when we both had the opportunity and maybe dubious honor of testifying at the House. Judiciary Committee's hearing on impeachment impeachment. How you been doing since then it's It's been busy Teaching classes and also trying to be part of the national conversation on a very important subject what I would love for us to do in. This conversation is open up for listeners. Some of the the back story in the back scenes of what we experienced that day. How we prepare for it and also sort of bigger picture consequences Of what's been going on. So maybe the way to start is. I had never done this before before so it was a surprise to me but you had done this before. Twenty years previously When they were a group of professors I think twenty one in total? Who testified about Bill Clinton's impeachment to the House Judiciary Committee and not only were you one of them but you are also the only one who is jointly put forward by the Republicans and the Democrats so take us back if you will twenty years and tell us how that happened you know? Nowadays it's almost inconceivable to imagine there being somebody who is acceptable to both sides on twenty years seems longtime ago. It's GonNa the seem even longer when we Put together what was happening back then. It'll seem completely alien to us. So I had spent a fair bit of my academic career studying and writing about impeachment also testifying and consulting with members of Congress that was all known by the time we got to nineteen ninety eight and there was a special moment for me in one thousand nine hundred eight when Jim Leach Republican David Skaggs Democrat called me up on the phone said. Would you come talk to us in Washington generally if members of Congress want to talk to me about something I think. That's a great honor and I went and they said to me. Well what would like you to do after you talk to us right now. Go speak to the entire House of Representatives. The I didn't know that coming into that moment while And they had ring like they want you to speak to the house right. Then yes right then So I thought well wow this is going to be a good test with another another subject matter And so then we walked over to the House and I had to get special permission to walk onto the floor of the house and then behind closed doors with no staff. No press or anything. I then talked to the entire House of Representatives about impeachment spent about two hours doing it at no no cameras fresno nothing knows nothing just nothing is all. Is there a written record of your. Don't think there's a written record. I think it was also amazing. You had a confidential conversation with four hundred and thirty five people hard to say the biggest lecture of my life or one of the big lectures but it was a tried to designed more conversation and it was a very congenial collegial conversation at the end of a Charles candidate Republican. Bobby Scott a democrat. Who happened to be my representative came up to me and said well? If you ever have a hearing on this would you come and I said well sure I'd be honored honored and then that hearing to which you just alluded Happened a few weeks later where I was then. Brought in by both Republicans and Democrats to testify is one of the experts One of the many experts including Alan Dershowitz On the question of Whether or not President Clinton's alleged misconduct rose to the level of being an impeachable offense. And what did you say When I talked about was basically The law of impeachment. I try to kind of lay out the things we knew that that I thought were clear and then kind of talked about some things that were maybe unsettled and said here's what we know about them here. The arguments on both sides and and kind of walked everybody through that and then got questions but there was no personal attack was always very much. You know in this footnote. You said this but now today you're saying that Fair I can try to answer that. Do they actually give you a chance to to answer it. I'd say that has light of our experience. They asked a question and then they actually let you answer it. It's like you know as you said it. Sounds like the Middle Ages. That's right yeah so when we had our hearing there was is no chance to answer it or at least we were giving maybe a second and then that was about it but yes they would then give me a chance to answer it and they they appear to be listening and it was really more of a conversation Than Twenty years later it would be. It's sort of fascinating on many levels but one of the reasons it's so fascinating is that most people at the time identified the impeachment of Bill Clinton that moment as a high point in partisanship the most partisan moment that people can remember the in the United States in more than a century and I think that was actually a fair assessment in historical terms and now twenty years later. It sounds almost like a model of bipartisan and cordiality and collegiality even if they voted along along party lines let me ask you a question Michael so the reason you yourself in that extraordinary position in the Clinton impeachment is it you were and remain the leading expert law professor on the subject of impeachment your guide to the impeachment and processed book you know has come out and I think three additions now why in the world as a young law professor did you get interested in the impeachment as the topic. It was not a hot topic. You know in the late eighties when you must have started diving into it or the middle ladies and you start diving into it. Why did you choose the subject? Well it's a good question I grew up Jewish Alabama in the nineteen sixties. That that that comes with that. That's a big sentence. We're we're in Alabama a mobile on. Okay got it and so I was my entire childhood. aalto was sort of shaped and defined by the Civil Rights Movement at the tail end of that civil rights movement was of course Watergate so like many people of my generation I I watched Watergate. I was kind of thought it was incredible moment to see Congress sort of investigating the president and eventually the President resigned and that that that stuck with me. That was something that I felt. The civil rights movement and Watergate had in common a respect for the rules law. They had in common the idea that law could bring order to chaos and so that was very appealing to me. I had an interest in the law as a
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"Till often you yes last year we left it until after the Asian you your in February now the highlight of all these festivities for the kids happens to be the accompanying ritual of gift giving they have learned that the otherwise ignored wishes in this season can see the light of day so request to meet demands a waste and hints of dropped as the dream of endless possibilities slippers beyblades rocket ship slime all nestled for space in the park cloud star color all deal with them our first October celebration the valley was around the corner I thought it prudent to explain to my sons that even though the Vatican celebrating all festivities we cannot expect to receive gifts for each of them you will be getting one gift for the valley in a few weeks and that's about it don't ask me for a Christmas gift again I emphasized my five year old looked at me and talk for a minute he was probably processing all the dates in his head because his eyes suddenly brightened and the US then can I just have a gift for Russia China with the perspective I'm Sunday I tell you Sonya Charlie a is a writer and author of children's book you can share thoughts on commentary online at KQED dot org slash perspectives support for perspectives comes from Comcast dedicated to serving California communities with access to technology volunteering time providing financial support and connecting people in need to high speed internet and home more at California dot com cast dot com support for NPR comes in T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach that examines investment opportunities firsthand institutions advisors employers and individuals choose T. Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence and the George Lucas educational foundation creators of edgy topia an online resource CD educated to improving the learning experience for America students with information and strategies about what works in K. through twelve education learn more and and utopia dot org and the listeners of KQED it's morning edition from NPR news I'm not working and I'm Rachel Martin Major League Baseball has long tested for drug use and players especially performance enhancing drugs now the league is going to test explicitly for opioids the decision comes months after autopsy results reveal the presence of opioids in the body of Los Angeles pitcher Tyler Skaggs this was after he was found dead in a hotel room bill shaken covers the lead for the Los Angeles Times and joins us this morning thanks for being with us good morning so bill just explain exactly what the change is is going to mean for clubs and players so it went Tyler Skaggs passed away and then the autopsy results came out a couple months later the natural question that anybody would ask is is there anything that we could have done in Major League Baseball did not test players at that point for opioids so the commissioner's office and the players union sat down and said well maybe we should do that maybe that might have prevented one death in this case because in American society thirty one thousand people died last year because the fat and all which is one of the two opioids that was founded Tyler Skaggs
MLB Updates Drug Policy to Include Opioid Testing
"Meanwhile a new drug testing policy as crossed home plate for Major League Baseball is KCRW's Larry Parral reports a deal as would reach between the players union in the league on adding testing for opioids and relaxing marijuana use but with some caveats the deal comes five months after angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died in a hotel room an autopsy revealed he had to opiates in his bloodstream the only times reports the policy would be implemented next season and will be announced today as part of the new rules the players tested positive for opioids they would be subject to treatment but not be suspended up to this point players were not required to be tested unless there was reasonable clause as part of the new policy marijuana use will be allowed in the major and minor league for pain relief no word on how or if that use would be regulated after Skaggs died officials and the union agreed to look at whether it was time to include opioid testing a former player in the major and minor leagues says Skaggs had undergone surgery during his career he says it was likely he was introduced to opioids as a pain killer because of it at least thirty one thousand people die from using the opioid but no last year in the US for KCRW I'm Larry
"skaggs" Discussed on The Lead
"All right so Katie let's just start from the beginning who was tyler skaggs dollar skaggs is off about fresh off the injured list must be a sports start of the season he's wanted Taylor skaggs was a twenty seven year old pitcher for the Los Angeles US angels he had just recently gotten married in December and he was by all accounts a beloved teammate good friend someone that was straightforward loud in the clubhouse like to joke around make wrestling jokes with teammates someone that people say had a genuine connection with just about everyone I talked to schedule about I told him I'm GONNA put a little heat on I think he should be one of the best lefties in the league I really I love this stuff is is there and if you can stay healthy he should be one of the best lefties in league he was regarded as the most reliable starter in an injury ravaged starting rotation for the angels and then in July we got some tragic news so it's Ranger's game has been cancelled after breath of Los Angeles Angels Pitcher Tyler Skaggs the angels tweeted the news that Skaggs passed away this afternoon here in Texas can you describe what it was when that news broke and what the reaction was it was you know huge news it was the news that shocked the World Baseball twenty-seven-year-old not only throughout the MLB community but I think the sports community at large just because of the nature of his death was an otherwise healthy person young talented very well liked and respected and the details were murky at first softly police escapes was unresponsive inside his hotel room at the Southlake Hilton this afternoon the angels friend town in The Dallas area for a four game series against the assist Rangers and in the immediate aftermath police that were investigating his death said that no foul play was suspected nor was suicide suspected and was there any indication or any whispers that it could have been a drug overdose there was one local paper the Santa Monica observed earth had speculated about it being a potential overdose the police department did push back on that saying that there was not information to suggest that was correct and the angel strongly refuted that speculation as well but outside of that one local report the reaction was mostly just mourning the loss of this pitcher correct I think there was a lot of a lot of confusion a lot of questions very real lack of clarity and you know I think in the immediate aftermath the grief was so palpable even if you didn't know he mm-hmm and even if you didn't follow that team closely you know I I watched a few of those interviews and in the days after his death and to see teammates buying can't lost brother close all these guys in here you know I see I see these guys with my family and News stuff into see his manager becoming very national talking about his death it was it was a very visceral reaction to a horrible thing team all together couple Times James and some of the guys spoke I think most importantly in the end we we're able to talk about Tyler and laugh about some stories and some of the goofy things he did listen to some of his music and I think the emotion was so raw that it was very very captivating in terms of Illustrating I think how well liked if an individual he was in how how we meant so much to so many of night we got together to honor the memory of Tyler skaggs in fact the first home game following his death on July twelfth all of his teammates wearing number forty five with tyler looking over the shoulders these angels combined no hitter while every player on the team was wearing his number forty five Jersey this base rent heedful falls down brexit up I know hit the Seattle murders so that was a pretty special moment the forty five jerseys being placed on the this is absolutely indescribable the most amazing moment I've ever seen moment that really transcended You know just the immediate game and implications but probably spoke to something bigger just a really special night for for our team for the fans and for his family I want everybody know that we did this guys we did it for for Tyler and his family and everybody and then in in in late August the results of his autopsy released we learned that he died by fixation which essentially means he aspirated on his own vomit and at the time of his death there was found to be alcohol oxycodone in Sentinel in his system sentinel is a powerful synthetic opioid that is often mixed illegally in cocaine or heroin or Simpson drugs in it said to increase the euphoria like experience oftentimes people do not know their ingesting that substance it's according to the CDC fifty to one hundred times more potent than morphine it's very very dangerous substance and Katie we know that athletes can sometimes get hooked on very powerful painkillers. After they've been injured and prescribe opioids what was tyler's injury history and could prescription drugs I have contributed to his recreational use so the most significant injury that he is he was required to undergo Tommy John surgery during the two thousand fourteen season he missed the entire two thousand fifteen season after that first starts July of two thousand fourteen recovering from Tommy John Surgery he goes seven scoreless frames then in two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen there were multiple stints on the disabled list but it is into also recognize that this past season he was not dealing with any significant injury that would explain you know the presence of oxy coat on her their use of oxycodone and the same day that the autopsies released the skaggs family released a statement to the Times so this is to me where her the story really changed because not only were the results of the autopsy pretty shocking so as the family statement saying that is completely out of character for someone who worked so hard to become a major league baseball player and had a very promising future in the game he loved so much we were shocked to learn it it may involve an employee of the Los Angeles Angels We will not no one knows who they're talking about no one knows exactly what happened what they believed have happened in what they plan to do from there and that was the first time not only did the public become aware of the drug issue but it was first time there was any fingers pointed at someone employed by the team that's correct and then what's major league baseball's reaction into this statement by the family well I think obviously one of grave deep concern because if a member club was complicit Shen how that generally works is they wait for a federal or local law enforcement investigation to conclude before diving into their own they also gets involved that's correct so anytime that Feno is involved just because it is such a powerful deadly pervasive of substance that obviously warrants attention from federal authorities.
Angels reps aware of Skaggs' drug use, DEA told
"Dot com related to the death of angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs from drug use this summer outside the lines ESPN fugit queen reporting the angels director of communications Eric Kaye a full but V. eight he provided Skaggs with oxy code own in Skaggs that abuse that for years K. also gave the DEA names of all the players that were using opiates role on the team the angels have released a statement denying
Classic Game Remakes
"You can't talk about the goose game yet right. Oh when does this go up tomorrow. tomorrow okay yeah use game. Did you beat it yard. Ty WHO's game of the year come on just be just be gop why they're clearly entitled game of the year what you're going to confuse everybody buddy hoping here about Borland's three and now you're about untitled goose games and it's it's pretty much the only medal your solid game. I've ever played. They explain you don't you don't put a radio to sprinkle it or break it that way. You can sneak past the guy. It's a it's a metal. Is it a stealth. What is it called Stealth Espionage Action Stealth espionage. It's it's their boxes the problem to solve things so speaking of the radio. There's like this radio. You have to sneak past the Gardner Guy Right at the beginning of the game and I it's sitting on so when you pick it up it makes like music and he goes out of con- costs for that and he gets you right yeah and then and then so what I did was he puts it on top of a cooler antidrug the cooler all the way to where it needs to go and Thomas. Okay okay listen. I watched this and it was funny when it happened but this is a boring story wrap it up no no. I didn't really quite often to wait for people to hear this but this amazing off but the radio and Birket I'm just saying there's multiple ways solve this game. Is it game Goosey goosing game. Are you kidding me. Something see something. I'm excited for the sequel uncensored goose game. Yeah Yeah every time he hong to goose to honk for TV is this is it level base. What are you doing things is where it's like. Hey do all this stuff and something you 'cause. We'll open up a new area so you have him his thumb and he like falls from the hammer yeah yeah he goes like hit his his telling the boring story. I'm just jokin those are great before I one acknowledged to honk for. TV was a really good job at Damon. Thank you thank you and mark your story. Was it was okay. We'll so it's like dark. It was a six point. Oh it's like dark souls you do stop dumpling and then it opens up a new area and then it's like a Metro Vania dark souls metal gear salt lead. This Games got law headline goose game of the year druce like all of these other teams. It's entirely not like winter game. Yeah exactly AH that's from two thousand and eleven so we don't talk about borderlands now all right. Let's use game like borderlands three now. There's no blue unless yes you can a sandwich. There's yeah total luke because you drag everything back to the picnic. It's true yeah but you don't have any inventory space. Just like in borderlands game of the year also like so is on Telugu out tomorrow tomorrow. It's the twentieth tomorrow so toward the daily. You're listening to this. It's out it's out and it only takes an hour and a half to be over short. You can beat it almost forty times this weekend. Please should have been longer or is that the right amount of time to be. It's like me when you beat the game. They're still like stuff you you can do but you've ruled. The credits just like control weakness talk about okay. Okay wait to your borderlands point. Yes the inventory sucks. I assume that you can level up from there. You can increase your Marcus's munitions perfect pretty early inventory because you could do that in one and two and whatnot a lot of the systems feel pretty antiquated in a Lotta ways like everybody keeps saying it's just borderlands again and we've been playing more than any of us I think so. I think I'm agreeing with you. You're saying that it's it's a little a bit better. I think it's like lance too but I think it's better in every single way and that makes it better every single way every funnier. Maybe the writing an the map is broken as say broken. Well I just I. It's difficult to see what levels are unlike a different. Oh I thought they did a a better job at that. Because now you can rotate the map yeah I think I think you mean like when you when he said away point. It's really hard to find out where that actually which unlike which Alex should be taken if the if it splits off and your waypoints here and you're like oh I'm going to it and you're like Oh and yet open your mapping. I also the way back around can can we just say if you're playing with another player. The driver should not also be the navigator because you have to stop driving. pull up your mouth figure out which direction you need to stop the car before before yes. This is the person who's in the back on the governor should be the one to look at the matter author map and look at the map all the way you should do exactly yeah if needed. I totally the baggage around this and she she could see my TV and I would just opened my map and I'm like look and she could just see her through the screen cheating totally. That's the whole point. Is that what it was. It's called an in a perfect arc when you're looking at my screwing banking. Look there's a whole gamut of this game called screen cheat or something like that. Where you don't don't see the other person on the map shooter you don't see the other person so you have to screen peak to see where they are to be able to shoot them. Mario Kart Saddle node cheat or do you not it's. It's so that you can see you can line up a shot. What would somebody driving screen so you do. Do Eh for some people it's part of the experience for some people to be back. There is like these elaborate cardboard setups done off the the television like Oh. I've done that like playing halo like putting up the blanket and like one of your friends is under the blankets. That's great what's up with the pets in borderlands. One class has a pet flack nets the class that I chose with because I heard it was good for solo players playing by myself and yet you can sit out. The pets too technical for you and the first pet is a dog. Yeah modest has come a monster dog. It's a scam. You know what's really sad though I think they changed. The deaths down sounds for the skaggs. The sound really really sad yeah exactly. It sounds like a dog river. Your your pet is whatever you pick so you pick the dog. I didn't know how to choice. Let's guilty characters. You can pick what skill you get one point right at the start on the fly to so you picked that what's his name meet meet it she older. I forget his name now. That's the Jabber boy anyways. You could change it on the fly. What's what are the what are the other options as Iraq took a spider and yeah and then there's Iraq grew hanged dinosaur Mosser things. I think I'll stick with the dog was I. There's the flying. It's like a pterodactyl thin. The rack sounds good. Thank you very active but one of them is like a little like Jabber guy and he has a gun jabber and the more Islam inspire not the spider is like a little looks like this Guy Jabber. What do you mean Jabber. Keep saying. This aren't thinking isn't that in anyway. He has a gun and then you can make where he has a shotgun so he's a little pet walks around the shotgun. That's awesome. It's awesome. I'm playing playing as Mara. I don't really like her. She's fine. I'm playing MOS-. She has a robot. Yay Mas is I think the MOS flag actually the community favorites from what I've seen. I've seen the search volume to back that up. It's ask it. It's fun. I'm having a good time but it does feel very samey like it's. It's a little bit like they. They spent seven years. I guess they didn't spend the entire seven years but it's been seventy years. Berlin to if you had told me this was a new expansion for Borland's Orleans to I would have believed you gear gearbox made preschool right yeah so said Eddie. You knew it'd be however many years since I think it's a different team Eamon Australia that made sure if it was like spin offer from another team or not yeah it was. It's their fallen Vegas. It's fun other Games. They're able to reinvent themselves. Listen in new in new sequels in in additions but this just feels like more Portland switch. It's fun yeah. I enjoy it. I love the guns and I love that. I feel like every time I go back to sanctuary to like do all my inventory management. I feel like I'm going back out of the world as a slightly different character. You're always leveling up. You're always getting getting better guns. I've a shotgun right now. Every time I shoot them it just blows them away it so far like the blows them away literally blow them away and then when you reload it becomes a grenade than's flashes and says shoot me as it's going to and then you get another one in the shoot it. It's awesome cool like that. It's it's really fun. I like it a uh-huh Fisher
Angels pitcher died from mix of alcohol, fentanyl, oxycodone
"A toxicology report released yesterday shows the angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs had fennel oxy coat on and alcohol in his system when he was found dead in his Texas hotel room his family says that was out of character for the pager they also say the south like police department thinks an employee of the Los Angeles angels organization may have been
"skaggs" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Tyler Skaggs died of an overdose of dangerous drugs including opioids and also alcohol he was just twenty seven we're joined this week by Michele Steele of the S. P. N. from Chicago thanks so much for being with us Michelle you bet Scott is a heartbreaking story the LA times revealed the autopsy yesterday's families of hired an attorney to try and find out how we got those drugs he did not seem to be dealing with any injuries that might drive him to legally prescribed pain killers let me put it that way though yeah Scott what a tragic story no angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs you mentioned just twenty seven he was on a road trip on with the team he was found in his telling conscious on July first in the quarters report that was just released says that they found alcohol oxy code own illness system when he died those are some really powerful pain killers you know you mentioned injuries he was healthy this season just pitched a couple days before but he has had injuries throughout his career and the Skaggs family released a statement just last night saying they were shocked to learn about the circumstances of his death and that a quote may involve an employee of the Los Angeles angels now they've hired a pretty big attorney the police are investigating as well now the league is coming in their planning their own investigation and Scott the team they're not commenting on I want to ask you about what I'll refer to as the aftershocks vendor looks non Smith he was retiring from pro football in the Indianapolis Colts the colts what do you make of the actors and sports radio or even some retired players who criticized him for making that decision no boy you know what a week for the hot take industry so to speak he was called soft too much of a millennial primarily bye bye what I'll call opportunistic guys sports house you know enter look as a cook a guy who reads books literally about concrete he has a flip phone there may be reasons to criticize them but being a millennial certainly isn't one of them he's got a hundred million dollars in career earnings he just doesn't want to be hit me more let's let him live his life yeah I was very moved by what rob the grin Caskey said obviously I I think you covered him right when you're covered the New England Patriots yeah yeah you know I was there for three years two thousand thirteen to two thousand sixteen in New England I covered him I during that very very eventful time and if I could describe his persona would be really like a fallen slob reading golden retriever and to see him this week you know talking about his football life and to be brought to tears are talking about his career he retired by the way this year at age thirty not being able to sleep the night of the Superbowl it made me feel sad so you know I'm happy that he's he's working on being kind of fine happy guy again you know I I've gotta ask you put you in a difficult position as a sports reporter the more we learn more about disabling and even brain obliterating injuries in football if you're gonna be harder to get people to play and for that matter harder to get Americans to watch yeah that is that is a great question and existential one for the NFL you would think it might be harder to watch but last year was actually a great ratings year for the NFL the league is talking about expanding the season maybe two eighteen games and anything wrong said this week he knew what he was signing up for so I think players being self aware certainly matters matters to fans matters to reporters but we might see players go more the route Avenger lock and rob Gronkowski in just I just sort of packet in earlier than they would have maybe in prior Eris fifteen seconds left match of the day at US open no question fifteen year old coco Goff taking on US open defending champ Naomi Osaka these are two women who came of age after Serena and Venus went pro Serena call them the future of tennis she's gonna be watching I'm gonna be watching to have a U. Scott yeah I have to Michelle's delivery SPM thanks so much and you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news states including Missouri and Mississippi passed laws aimed at dismantling roe versus Wade California is taking steps to try to affirm abortion rights lawmakers there are expected to pass a bill that requires health clinics of public universities to provide the abortion pill on campus KQED in San Francisco April Dembowski reports the law would be the first of its kind in the country just a result less was a sophomore at the university of California at riverside should a boyfriend and she was taking birth control pills then out of nowhere she started feeling sick I went to my student health center and you know I just thought it was a stomach flu and it turns out that I was pregnant results was clear that she was not ready to have a baby she wanted a medication abortion where she take one pill at the clinic and the second one at home a day or two later to induce a miscarriage I just wanted that intimacy of dealing with it on my own in the privacy of my own home and being able to cry if I wanted to cry just being able to curl up in my bed right away but the first off campus clinic she went to didn't do abortions the second didn't take her insurance by the time she could get an appointment at a third clinic she was already in her second trimester too late for a medication abortion she had to have a surgical one the doctor kept telling me to relax and I couldn't because it just hurts so bad results graduated last year and now she's advocating for a bill that would make it easy for students like her to get a medication abortion at all thirty four campuses of the university of California and California State University opponents of the bill have organized several rallies against.
"skaggs" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tyler Skaggs died of an overdose of dangerous drugs including opioids and also alcohol he was just twenty seven we're joined this week by Michele Steele of the S. P. N. from Chicago thanks so much for being with us Michelle you bet Scott is a heartbreaking story the LA times revealed the autopsy yesterday's families it hired an attorney to try and find out how we got those drugs he did not seem to be dealing with any injuries that might drive him to legally prescribed pain killers let me put it that way though yeah Scott what a tragic story no angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs you mentioned just twenty seven he was on a road trip on with the team he was found in his of telling conscious on July first in the quarters report that was just released says that they found alcohol oxy code own and illness system when you die those are some really powerful pain killers you know you mentioned injuries he was healthy this season it just pitched a couple days before but he has had injuries throughout his career and the Skaggs family released a statement just last night saying they were shocked to learn about the circumstances of his death and that a quote may involve an employee of the Los Angeles angels now they've hired a pretty big attorney the police are investigating as well now the league is coming in their planning their own investigation and Scott the team they're not commenting I want to ask you about what I'll refer to as the aftershocks of intellectual non committee was retiring from pro football in the Indianapolis coach the colts what do you make of the actors and sports radio or even some retired players who criticized him for making that decision oh boy you know what a week for the hot take industry so to speak he was called soft too much of a millennial primarily bye bye what I'll call opportunistic guys sports house you know enter look as a cook a guy who reads books literally about concrete he has a flip phone are there may be reasons to criticize them but being a millennial certainly isn't one of them he's got a hundred million dollars in career earnings he just doesn't want to be hit me more let's let him live his life yeah I was very moved by what rob the grin Kaski said obviously I I think you covered him right when you're covered the New England Patriots yeah yeah you know I was there for three years two thousand thirteen to two thousand sixteen in New England I covered him I during that very very eventful time and if I could describe his persona would be really like a fallen slob reading golden retriever and to see him this week you know talking about his football life and to be brought to tears are talking about his career he retired by the way this year at age thirty not being able to sleep the night of the Superbowl it made me feel sad so you know I'm happy that he's he's working on being kind of a fun happy guy again you know I I've gotta ask you put you in a difficult position as a sports reporter the more we learn more about disabling and even brain obliterating injuries in football is it going to be harder to get people to play and for that matter harder to get Americans to watch yeah that is that is a great question in an existential one for the NFL you would think it might be harder to watch but last year was actually a great ratings year for the NFL the league is talking about expanding the season maybe to eighteen games and anything wrong said this week he knew what he was signing up for so I think players being self aware certainly matters matters to fans matters to reporters but we might see players go more the router menjalankan rob Gronkowski in just I just sort of packet in earlier than they would have maybe in prior Eris fifteen seconds left match of the day at US open no question fifteen year old coco Goff taking on US open defending champ Naomi Osaka these are two women who came of age after Serena and Venus went pro Serena call them the future of tennis she's gonna be watching I'm gonna be watching to have a U. Scott yeah I have to Michelle's delivery.
Medical examiner: Angels pitcher died of accidental overdose
"A medical examiner in Texas rule that angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died from an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol the family says that a team employee is being investigated for his involvement in Skaggs is death Skaggs had the powerful pain killers fentanyl in oxycontin in his system along with
Medical examiner: Angels pitcher died of accidental overdose
"A medical examiner in Texas rule that angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died from an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol the family says that a team employee is being investigated for his involvement in Skaggs is daft Skaggs had the powerful pain killers fentanyl in oxycontin in his system along with
"skaggs" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Bass warm back with a news from baseball to field an autopsy Friday dean that Tyler Skaggs death was an accident listing the cause as a mix of at that all fat no an oxy code own intoxication the twenty seven year old Skaggs died in is Southlake Texas hotel room on July first the Skaggs family it'd statement said the death may involve an employee of the angels and it has hired famed attorney rusty Hardin to represented Pedro Gomez earlier on SportsCenter with Kevin a Gandhi the angels are aware that the statement from the family did so implicates so to speak somebody who is in angel's employee and on that front they told me I had to sources in the front office tell me that look we're aware of this but it's way too early to speculate on what could be here we want the south like police department to conclude their investigation because we'd like everyone else want to learn exactly what happened here that's the same thing baseball is saying Major League Baseball that they're they're aware of this allegation from the family and they are investigating the angels aren't necessarily investigating that they're cooperating like they said in the statement fully with the south like police department that they really want to know what happened here because if one of their employees was somehow involved they need to know that as well as what I was told and as I Pedro and said the Southlake Texas police department continues to investigate the death now playing suicide had been ruled out when Skaggs died on July first angels GM Billy Epler when we were in Texas on one of the things that that we commented about was just how everybody grieves in their own way everybody was a different stages probably today August thirtieth everybody that France stages and so everybody's going to have to process this at their own at their own rate and you know in their own way again so I think everybody is faced with it I can tell you that but I can't I can't speak to where everybody individually was in their healing process and how this report today will affect them but it it will numb heck there will no doubt affect them and again if at all and oxy code own or prohibited on there major league baseball's joint drug prevention and treatment program angels manager Brad Ausmus says he was surprised by the findings and that he had no prior notice bill shaking of the LA times was on Freddie infants Simmons with this take now you know the answer about the what what happened to the next step is to figure out why are the police department and Southlake Texas went to the city one of the team hotel ones will probably die I now police department has been running an investigation yeah he thank you retain rusty Hardin means that is Sam Sam we would like to run its own investigation and when I talked to Major League Baseball today they signed a statement from the Skaggs family they sent a jump point might be involved and so Major League Baseball now gonna watch so we've got a list of suggestions running and value well from what happened okay we know the answer to what happened now why did now we're in the sense of calm where the B. oxycodone come from however the train the people the candidates so we've only okay our medical reason why it might have been necessary all those kinds of questions have to be answered then you now have to figure out well was is that both the only available in some way and is there some liability the NFL and the season is just over a week away in Ezekiel Elliott remains away from the Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is saying he is prepared to begin the season without he's running back in NFL live weighs in on this standoff is pessimistic today role in the week he was hoping that he backed the opener seems like Jerry's own changes each particular day but the fact the matter is I think we all could agree that they have not made any significant progress in these talks in these negotiations to date there seems to be something of a stalemate.
Tyler Skaggs: Angels pitcher overdosed on drugs and alcohol
"Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died from an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol found dead in his hotel room in the Dallas area last month where the angels were playing the ranger the autopsy states that the young Los Angeles angels pitcher suffocated after ingesting a mix of alcohol and the opioids oxy code own and Sentinel the death ruled
Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died from an accidental drug overdose, says Medical Examiner
"Happening a medical examiner in Texas has ruled angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died last month from an accidental overdose of pain killers and alcohol the family of the twenty seven year old in the statement said the death may involve a member of the angels organization the families hired an attorney to represent themselves to represent them angels GM Billy apple or were cooperating with the police and we are a part of the investigation with the police department talk to the players that might have knowledge of this like yourself because I got to this point is coming I can't I can't comment further on that just because it is an active investigation that that we are part of the Joseon Billie Esler eighteen to ESPN radio on sports center for the latest in this
Angels pitcher died from mix of alcohol, fentanyl, oxycodone
"A Texas medical examiner's report today revealed that angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs died on July first from ingesting a mix of alcohol and opened the opioids fentanyl an oxy code own that's according to reports the cause of the pitchers July first death was listed as mixed up in all fentanyl an oxy code own intoxication with terminal aspiration of gastric contents his body was found last month inside the south like hotel room Skaggs family says it may have been an angel's employee who gave the picture the drugs and have hired an attorney the angels were in Texas facing the Rangers at the
"skaggs" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tyler Skaggs man this one is just so bizarre and so sad investigators in Texas say the death of the angels pitcher did not appear to involve foul play or suicide we're gonna be talking more about this at five thirty five this morning with A. B. C.'s Brian Clark because I want to get the very latest on this investigation a prosecutor who's claimed abuse by a former U. S. C. campus gynecologists says the year long investigation has been difficult and the head of the US border patrol says sex this post by employees about Congress woman Alexandria across the Cortez are completely inappropriate also we'll talk more about a Facebook group involving the US border patrol five oh five we'll talk with A. B. C.'s line is that the question came up yesterday with the president would he consider delaying the twenty twenty census in order to try and get the citizenship question on the form his response we're looking into that get details from Lana six so five its handle on the news but let's start with some of the stories coming out of the KFI twenty four hour news room investigators in Texas they the death of angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs did not appear to involve foul play or suicide Skaggs was found unresponsive yesterday in a hotel room and Southlake Texas just hours before a game against the Rangers number he had just pitched your last weekend the game was postponed some angels fans say it's bringing back the pain of losing pitcher Nick at a Nardi was lost in that crash ten years ago sending you know so young and some fifty other day just so he's our best pitcher right now so it's really set the scene down specially first family and friends Skaggs was twenty seven he and his wife.
"skaggs" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To branch rickey ball donald patio lock him up three strikeouts in the first inning tyler skaggs dr john tyler skaggs she sat down the road a little short while ago the indians pitcher tyler skaggs the age of twenty seven million no further details to be right at this point we do the statement from the game goes to the grapes are all that we were for tyler skaggs passed away earlier today in tech the cuyler has been always will be an important parks angel families are thoughts and prayers are with his wife carly entire family during the devastating devastating time or no other details this is time to keep families in your thoughts.
"skaggs" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"At sports overnight america i'm jeff rich from phoenix arizona add a world look a little bit back at the life of tyler skaggs a guy who's having a really good season a and it doesn't really matter a but tyler skaggs 'em came all hyped up you know they they were cowboy hats he was nellie boy i believe he started knee angels organization shouldn't and then ended up back there a after he a believe it off season trade back in a two thousand and sixteen 'em you know he missed a lot of time due to injury the diamond backs really had a going on for a while there that patrick corbin trevor bauer tyler skaggs wade miley an archie bradley all in a hyper but could just really never get the ball rolling within the diamond backs organization let alone get going to be a same time so 'em you know he he didn't have stellar career numbers but you know he a lyricist is a little bit of a rapper so yeah they different type of vocabulary according to his teammates we've heard from a justed opted in an mike trout an ian kinzler and all these all these guys were obviously devastated you know baseball is just far too it's a familiar we're all this type of scenario wasn't too long ago the marlins were saying goodbye to jose fernandez be a worthy a kansas city royals a two year donald ventura a it's just eight shame game a it was yeah i was daryl kyle june of two thousand to diagnose hotel room on the road you know that's a i i mean it's there's never a good circumstance did you go to a to be by yourself in a hotel tell room industry city and you know you don't wake up you know how long does it doesn't take long to find you if you're a major league baseball player you know you're on a road trip where there's a lot of accountability by a just a brutal situation i i you know and i don't mean to to a you know to to be the situation into the ground i you know i just think that it's important that we do realize that 'em you know you could you could draw smile on this and you know you could talk about what he meant everyone a a play at the end of the day you know the deaths of death socks it's just a you know it's it's a real shame it's a real tragedy i you know i i can't imagine i you know i can't imagine anybody that i work with is not being there the next day because they're they're no longer living a you know he was supposed to start on be fourth of july fuzzy angels andy 'em obviously that starts happening there a there were play baseball mom dad leaves it were still on for the game they were on for a three game so we're not gonna play a doubleheader were just gotta we gotta play three games were gonna make up a makeup the monday night a mess in august so that that's the nice thing about divisional opponent it's a when you miss a game you're able to fill it in you know probably at some point just because you know it's different in the west especially american league west where you've got the two teams in texas and then everybody else over a in california you know the mariners way up there so a b angels a you know it's it's not like you know it's going to oakland san diego this is you know it's a little bit of a hall but fortunately they do play the rangers again a astor skaggs career numbers a you know and and you know.
"skaggs" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"Skaggs whenever your co host today and with me here in the Phantom Zone is of course my co host everyone's once-favourite Co host in the known universe and beyond Jesse Jackson Hi Jessie. How are you today? Hello Charles I am thinking of the Patsy Kline Song I fall to new pieces yeah I was kind of I was kind of thinking about that. I didn't get a theme this week but <hes> but that did kind of spring to mind for certain a certain main mind that we're gonNA talk about today. Yeah boy <hes> spoilers a really good episode once again. I think it's a tale of two cities of you know on Colo and crypt on yet but a little bit better. This is time as far as Kalu yet Kalou. Yes thank you speaking with an accent yeah exactly hey <hes> so yeah. Let's let your your your Texan. We have to make allowances all right so let's get into this. Yes all right so yes so here an episode one fifty six. We're GONNA talk will to power which almost sounds like it should be a title of Green Lantern Episode. <hes> yeah doesn't it. <hes> this was the third episode of Krypton CIANCI's to air just a few days ago on June twenty six twenty nineteen written by Lena Patel who wrote the season one episode House of Zahed that was episode five of the first season season and directed by Julius Ramsay the same director that she had on houses odds so that's kind of interesting that <hes> we gotta same writer indirect preparing for two two different <hes> stories in two two different seasons and that's not necessary in fact. That's probably a good thing right I think so because because I mean I would think the director is familiar with the writers work and knows how to make it better so that's what that's what you want as a writer her. Obviously you can only do so much yes and your and you just hope that you have a competent enough director to portray what you want on screen and the director has to hope like well. Hey I hope I get a decent script and it's something I can work with and make better yes as that <hes> that world famous song <hes> Hey dude would make that a story and make it better okay. I haven't seen yesterday yet but I guess they did. That was spoiled that the record producer makes him just the hey jude to. Hey Dude right so <hes> as a bills fan. It's kind of blasphemy to me but you know Hey <hes> so <hes> this episode Yeah Pretty Fun episode we kind of <hes> we get a little bit kind of a temporary at least resolution to the BRAINIAC storyline but I'm sure he's not gone forever and <hes> and then <hes> we I think we gotta get a little <hes> resolution to lobos supply you know appearances and then <hes> we finally ended up with <hes> second Adam back on Krypton so looking forward to talking about this one with you. What did you think of this one general before? I liked it a lot. I think that and we'll get into more specifics correct but <hes> I've liked that how quickly they got relatively speaking in three episodes. They're back on Krypton yeah so I thought it was just the right amount of okay. We're going to do what we need to do. <hes> so yeah I was really really happy yeah emphasis. You're glad that they didn't drag that out too long for like of course of an entire season and then they get back on ripped on at the season finale. Yeah I just think in my personal opinion the supporting cast storylines are not interesting enough to not have <hes> Sagan atom with them like if there are shows rose that you can go. I don't need them to get back. I'm just as happy watching both of these story lines and you know it takes them wall to get together. I'm okay with that in this one I think they I think the smart thing to do was to get them back of the way they did. Well on especially when you have a ten episode season Yes you kind of have to move things along at a pretty rapid pace which is kind of one of the benefits of a shortened season 'cause if if this was on the C._W.. I'm pretty sure this would have at least lasted half the season if not longer because they have to draw out to like twenty two twenty three episodes season yet and I know my beautiful bride Linda yes in will say really it's already over on some of these shorter seasons like that are on Netflix or you know even H._B._O.. Showtime but <hes> I always like it's the trend these days yeah but there is a beauty to <hes>. Let's tell a succinct quick story where we don't have to <hes> pat it to make our numbers so yeah. I'm ecstatic in happy to see this yeah. It's kind of like a trend. That's kind of brought been brought over from the U._K.. I think <hes> because if you watch any kind of BBC television <hes> you know that for a while you know they've they're programs tend to be shorter than ours primarily because hey they're government funded right so so they kind of they don't you know they don't have as many episodes of things <hes> but as a result it kind of makes for tighter story telling because you don't have all those filler episodes I a lot of times we've talked. We've complained leaned about here on the Phantom Zone podcast <hes> when when Karen was with us <hes> and you know that <hes> you know that that we get frustrated because hey these episodes you know a lot of times could be just like okay. Why are you presented me with this? Why don't you moving the the the the main story arc forward absolutely and you would get frustrated but now with the short and seasons and that's kind of like I think Netflix has kind of helped along with that because net flicks tends to encourage that and that seems to be like the the growing model which is why you see a lot of shows kind of adapting to that <hes> that it makes for a faster pace storyline like talked about ended <hes> move this things forward and cuts out a lot of that feller so I you know you get less episodes which is kind of frustrating but by the same token you? I think you get better episodes. Yeah I totally agree. I think it was <hes> you know in in theory what I hope would happen. Is that <hes> you you would like more chapters words say if you're going to have three seasons or four seasons of twenty two episodes I'd rather four or five ten episodes seasons that tell a a a longer story with shorter tighter chapters yeah and that's something that kind of agents of shield and Gotham brought to the table is that even though they had those twenty two episodes seasons yeah what they decided to do was break them up into half season story arcs yes so that you would have to story Arcs per-season yes and that and that as obviously I think that helps a lot as far as their narrative again you get rid of those a lot of the filler in it's something of that kind of wish shows like the flash win until its upcoming cancellation Ero <hes> would do because I thought that they would benefit a lot from <hes> split seasons. Absolutely I agree yeah all right so let's get back to Krypton because I know we kind of digressed a bit there but hey you know yes. Is this also Jesse Yeah exactly so <hes> so I don't like I said I don't have a theme this week but <hes> I did break this down two topics so the first topic I'm going to talk about obviously we WanNa talk about Sehgal and brainiac along with of course Adam strange and logo on Kalu and the resolution of the Kalu little sidetrack as as Sago Adam end up back on crypt on and we kind of deal with BRAINIAC and logo at least for now. I don't think we've seen the last of them <hes> we know. We haven't seen the last of Lobo because hey he's getting spinoff series exactly life all right but <hes> but I can't think we've seen the last of brainiac no not at all all right. So what do you think about these four characters in this episode story the story. This was absolutely wonderful. <hes> I I really he liked the idea that you know Adam's okay I understand you're worried and I know you think we can't bring brainiac back to Crip Don but dude we need you and there's gotta be a way and luckily they do figure out a way they figure out a pretty clever way of <hes> and it does sound like one of those old cliches. I taught you everything you know but I didn't teach you everything i. Yeah I know there's this whole game of bluff. That SAG is in brainiacs head and BRAINIAC isn't Said said so they're playing this. How do we manipulate each other? How do we work this back and forth and and how do I figure out how to rip you out of me so a lot of great interactions brainiac taking the face of <hes> Lita right yeah and so you've got bad interaction <hes> while logo is on the outside trying to get in because he's GonNa destroy them because you know that's what he does <hes> remember he's got a Israel mad on for brainiac because of what BRAINIAC essentially killing people before he could yeah I love the <hes> I really liked everything about this and I also enjoyed <hes>? Adam has quickly become a little bit better than booster gold. I know we talked about that. Got A lot of people thought he may be booster go but I think Adam is showing his competence right and he's also showing he self aware enough that <hes> like we went through that scene last. I'm going to ramble for a minute. Trust me out. We went through the thing where he was kicking himself. You know he wasn't a true hero. He was just one of the passer bys and oh but instead it seems this season and during this he's come to grace like I am what I am but that's enough. You know I instead of wasting my time worrying. I was something more. Let's be the best of what I can do with what I have and I think he would have been good for each other. I really liked this friendship romance and so <hes> everything's good about that brainiac continues to be evil in such a great way trying to manipulate them and then you know lobos shoots themselves of the I mean he gets the hand through the protective bubble and they're like you can't touch this. You can't touch us and he's like Oh what's this and then he starts growing from his arm so so how do you so you like that use of logos regenerate towers yeah you know he's like like you know hey okay. You've got this force field up. I can't get in so as long as I can get part of me in your screwed because it's kind of that I can regenerate from the inside their nestle after killing yourself. You can't due net here. Hold my beer. You know <hes> so I just loved it. I was very very happy with all of this. How about you well? Here's here's the big question of course is like presumably like he regenerates all the way on the inside inside which we know he eventually will that means. He's going to regenerate without pants so I started that I thought about that like all he's GonNa have to wear is his little hook. Thing is chain with a with with a big claw hook but I assume he'll go take his clothes off his now. When exactly so that's that's just awesome? It's just a matter of time but <hes> but yeah I just thought that was kind of funny and Emmett Scanlan. Emma J Scanlan is just hilarious again as logo and you know just really embodying the spirit of the character in my opinion Ryan yes everything right about it the the idea that was just so great and in that hilarious moment where logo is kind of directing Adams attention back to his severed hand and then the hand kind of like all sudden springs to life and gives them the finger and which is just pure logo. I thought that was hilarious. Your logo show that the that that's strange you know connection that even though the body parts are separated that they seem linked connected somehow it's pretty interesting but it was a lot of fun without <hes> so Sehgal <hes> when we picked up at the end or when we left off at the end of the last episode we were we found out that essentially sehgal was being taken over by BRAINIAC and it was just maybe low at a couple of hours before bringing it would take him over entirely and so there was kind of a ticking clock and at the same time said realize that hey I can't go with you back to Krypton while brainiacs inside me so and Adam was going well. I'm not going anywhere without you so <hes> so they basically had to come to this resolution somehow this conclusion that try to get brainiac out and what we pick up with that here is that <hes> Sag after essentially confronting BRAINIAC in his mind <hes> kind of regained control a little bit enough to tell Adam I know how to stop brainiac yeah and he's very determined about this and he has a plan and the plan apparently is to do they go off and they find this kind of hidden Natal Chamber of brainiacs where the clue ins as it turned out birth BRAINIAC.
"skaggs" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
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"skaggs" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
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"skaggs" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Oh i really and then when i heard even say uh uh talk about another uh somebody sang a little while ago uh christian easy i was just i really love his voice films christian music who will give you some right heroes l as if i may rookie or yes sir uh and and we'll talk about it because religious faiths had been very important uh circus gangs and for a long long time i be all the way this is off of 1999 soldier the cross of the apple remember the cross ricky skaggs and kentucky thunder marie phnom bad acros zone liaise jesus and follow in his the statses each day shetty's blood or any shany's for me never cast that uh set aside primitive cross you are very upfront about the importance of your faith in your life and your artistic life ricki yes i am i i'm a believer that i just believe the bible and i think you know the bible says that you know everything was created before jesus invite jesus you know i mean i got created all things and and certainly music is part of his creation and we're part of his creation and i think we are to be creative lackey is creative and so uh my faith israeli the foundation it's the core of of my life not just in music but the way i deal with people of the way i uh do my business you know we we try to always be above reproach on know in our business in in things like that so um you know it's it's just the right way for me in in uh uh in my wife ship uh sharon you know is we're we're both strong strong believers in our kids in.
"skaggs" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"You know play come out and play manland fiddled whatever you want to play in all in on one of our songs that'd be great we all was we lack guest and we like jammine so i said what hayes brother sowa anyway we um we did we went out and picked a song it we felt like we could do uh we could play on and that was real the first meeting and then it probably was i dunno uh six eight maybe ten years later i was host in a television show from nashville cold out live at the rahman and the seemed he had it in a christine tnn had at first and then seem tea and one of the shows that uh that up that i had guests on a was bruce hornsby uh vince gill mark o'connor uh and bail affleck that was that was quite an ied and other some super pickers out there so we we just had a great great time and uh during that show up on i knew i mentioned to bruce that i was recording a um a tribute to bill monroe record cows a call built of bill monroe gap doman roane a ricky skaggs in france out tribute to bill monroe and um what i wanted to do in that record was to try to bring people that were of different genres of music that bill monroe's music had influenced and had had uh you know had made its way into them so uh john fogerty came along charlie daniels travs trip on the dixie chicks you know uh quite a few uh quite a few artists that we had on their men mary chapin carpenter's and um sanggau monroe songs and um so um.
"skaggs" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Atommash brooke this is on point we're talking with country music bluegrass music legend ricky skaggs this hour about his life in music the country's life and music right now joins us from nashville tennessee we've had him live on guitar it'll be live on mandolin just moment onto or these days and the lines are open what's your question frikkie skaggs on life music performance mandolin could par in the age of slick pop country how do you see here ricky skaggs 900 politics pleaded music these days work for the country in bluegrass stand on that spectrum eight hundred four two three two five five is our number eight hundred four two three talk this is connemara off the 1999 album ancient tones ricky skeletons banned kentucky thunder you hear just how tight and focused all of this it's great to have him with us from the studio in national fifteen time grammy award winner eleven number one it's on the billboard hot countries songs chart dom really just huge there in the 80s them more into the bluegrass lately jim in omaha nebraska you're on with ricky skaggs hi tom ricky i was wondering how your relationship with our bruce horns got started out with greece surprised would have first happen look it obviously work sent you don't like outdoor here europe floats on him in his latest recording i know it that's that's great you know all we love bruce i i met him in the second probably late eighties we were doing the same same show up in horseheads new york it was a 4th of july thing uh judy collins was there uh don maclean was there and may bruce and um he just happened to walk into my dressing room and introduce himself and say hey uh you know if you guys want to get up in.