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Northwestern holds on to beat No. 10 Michigan St 64-62
"Ryan Ryan young young delivered delivered eighteen eighteen points points and and eight eight rebounds rebounds as as northwestern northwestern pulled pulled off off a a sixty sixty four four sixty sixty two two upset upset of of tenth tenth ranked ranked Michigan Michigan state state east east Lansing Lansing the the Wildcats Wildcats held held on on after after Millie Millie call call missed missed a a three three pointer pointer with with four four seconds seconds left left and and Marcus Marcus Bingham Bingham failed failed to to hit hit the the front front end end of of a a one one on on one one with with seven seven tenths tenths of of a a second second to to play play the the Spartans Spartans had had won won nine nine in in a a row row before before northwestern northwestern pulled pulled off off its its first first road road win win over over a a top top ten ten team team in in nearly nearly five five years years Julius Julius marble marble had had a a career career high high eighteen eighteen points points for for the the Spartans Spartans I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Thorne leads No. 11 Spartans past No. 13 Pitt in Peach Bowl
"Payton Payton Thorne Thorne threw threw for for three three touchdowns touchdowns to to Jayden Jayden reed reed as as Michigan Michigan state state defeated defeated the the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh thirty thirty one one twenty twenty one one on on the the chick chick fillet fillet peach peach Paul Paul thorn thorn was was twenty twenty nine nine of of fifty fifty for for three three hundred hundred and and fifty fifty four four yards yards read read caught caught six six passes passes for for eighty eighty yards yards thorn thorn said said it it took took awhile awhile but but the the passing passing game game finally finally came came alive alive S. S. game game and and obviously obviously you you know know we we weren't weren't really really in in them them for for a a lot lot of of the the game game but but in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter you you know know we we were were able able to to to to string string some some stuff stuff together together and and you you know know take take advantage advantage of of the the there there is is a a we we thought thought we we were were gonna gonna be be able able to to about about third third string string quarterback quarterback David David bevel bevel after after starter starter Kenny Kenny Pickett Pickett opted opted out out of of the the game game and and Nick Nick Patti Patti was was injured injured the the Spartans Spartans trailed trailed most most of of the the game game but but they they exploded exploded for for twenty twenty one one fourth fourth quarter quarter points points to to win win it it going going away away Gary Gary McPhillips McPhillips Atlanta Atlanta
"spartan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"So thank you for saying that. Now onto your actual question. The one thing that makes me crazy, Game of Thrones comes out. And it is this bomb success, you know? Both as a book series and then later as a television series. And it's a success because of the incredible interplay of the deeply flawed characters, right? You have intrigue and assassinations, you have sex. You have murder you of power and fantastic, you're powerful women that are real characters that are front and center of the story. It's not just a sausage fest like so many of so much television recently. And it becomes this incredible success. And it inaugurates the series of televisions, Sopranos, yellows, and orange is the new black. Now we have Yellowstone and they're all sort of this idea that these almost plotless stories where the incredible flawed humanity of the characters and their agenda is pumping up against each other is what makes the show. Well, that is the wars of the deodorant, which is faster wars, which is the squabbling generals fighting over the empire of Alexander the Great after his death. It is one of the most gripping intricate and it has every high note I just described. Women front and center, marriage is sex, assassinations, battles, entry, flawed human beings bumping up against it. It's just it's Game of Thrones. And I can not understand why TV Land is about seized on it..
"spartan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"What I do know is that the notion of criteria and military elitism is incredibly powerful, almost I brought up the death threats that people are coming after me over this topic, which is pretty much you couldn't even argument kind of not relevant to moderns is lives. And yet people are willing to threaten me with death. You know, over this thing. And that is because this emotional attachment we have to this idea of Pretoria is and this idea that if we emulate this is probably going to get me in trouble. But I always say that Christianity is the best example of this. This concept of what's wrong with you and how you need to be right is too complicated to explain. Here's Jesus, imitate Jesus, right? This is the example. And I think that that conception is what we're seeing here. What's wrong with you? Why you're a bad while you're inadequate? Well, how you need to be better is too complicated to explain. Here are the Spartans. Do what they do, right? And then you might be worthy. You might be good enough. And people are deeply deeply insecure. And they want to have that example to follow, because engaging in incredibly difficult intellectual rigor and emotional analysis that's necessary to kind of unpack where you want to go in your life. It's much easier to have a model to follow. So I think it's an incredibly powerful notion. And I really agree with Tom Holland..
"spartan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"I mean, the Greeks fought a lot. They were there a contentious people. And so what explains their ability to defeat large, more or less professional Persian armies on a number of really decisive occasions? So the first thing that I want to say and I always say this is a very common question is where are our Persian sources? How many aquarium ended writers have I read that comment on the sand battles and the answer is zero. And a lot of this has to do with God it makes me upset is modern relationships between the United States and Iran. I can't flatter on. I can't meet up with Iranian scholars and have conversations with them. There are a couple of notable American historians and British historians writing on the Persian Empire who have who are braver than I am in terms of making those trips and making those connections. But look, I worked in intelligence in the military in my whole life. You know, I'm not going to destroy my ability to work in the future by maintaining contacts with Iranian nationals. I can't risk that in my job. Which is unfortunate. It's so stupid too. But that's the world in which we live. So I do think that a lot of our perception remember when we look at ancient history, we're looking at this tiny fraction of the source material. And we are not looking at Persian sources. And I think it's really important to remember that when we ask that question. I also want to refute your point that the Greeks fought a lot. Everybody thought a lot. I don't think that the Greeks were any more or less more like any other people. And one of the things I was so struck by is, like I said, I'm doing a project now in the English Civil War. The single Civil War that I'm dealing with now, depending on how you count it, is the 8th..
"spartan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"That is an example of reenactment. And it was one that made it into an academic paper in the news. It was in the journal of archeology. Because he didn't do it wearing an armor and had pictures of himself wearing armor, which he should have in my opinion. I don't think he came in for as much maltreatment as if you were a larger as we call it. I'm Larkin kind of, I think uses a derogatory another example. Oh yeah, for sure. Another example of this is that I thought was super helpful was there's a conflict between livy and polybius discussing the battle of canoe papillae, Philip the fifth's charge down the hill into the Roman manipal that's facing him. And one of them, I think it's polybius as they lowered their pikes in charge. And livy says they dropped their pikes through their swords in charge. And everyone assumes that livius mistranslating polybius is creep because he's writing later. And I was thinking, man, we know Philip doubled up his phalanx of 16. We know that the sarissa are like 21 feet long. We know that there's three foot intervals. I don't know about you, but if I'm running down a hill with a 21 foot pike and I have 15 men behind me and I'm wearing whatever, 30, 40 pounds of kit, I'm gonna turn into a pole vaulter. That's not effective. I might want to drop my pike in charge. That makes sense to me. And then my immediate reaction was, well, heck, we know where the battlefield is. We know where the hell this is anybody ran down it and seeing how stupid is because the reality of it is is that in geologic time, 2500 years is nothing. It's a blip on the radar. Unless there's been major geological activity, excavation or water activity, you're looking at the stem battlefield absent vegetation. So the one thing I just wanted to say was that I wished that historians that rely entirely on literary analysis and visual examination of material culture would add reenactment. There is there are lessons to be learned there are questions that can only be answered by putting on the gear and doing the action. And this is especially true of the military history. Although it's certainly true of every other aspect of it as well. And if you're immediate reaction, when you see an experimental experimental archeologist, there are reenactors to go, oh, well, that's nice. You know, maybe look inwardly and ask why you're doing that because this is a really critical tool in historians toolbox. So one question in particular I had because and you talked quite a bit about the battle of, as it turns out, I don't think we're spoiling anything by saying Stevens won. Where you talk about this living spear where you have the 50 ranks deep at one particular part of the battlefield. And so have you actually tried something like that? Because when I was reading about it, I was thinking, like, I mean, does that really work having 50 people behind you? Are you generating that much more force than having 16 people? Because surely it's not just additive. There has to be you have to be lost as to friction and that kind of thing..
"spartan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"And then you know, I mean, it kind of, but they also had reasons. And you can sort of understand what their reasons were. The other thing, just to talk about what you brought to this discussion. And I think this is more from lesion versus phalanx than from bronze lie. But I loved your discussion of how officership works in a military unit right down to NCO ship. I mean, that was incredibly illuminating for me in terms of talking about you have this many people and nothing has changed between the 5th century and right now in terms of people's ability to manage other people. I thought that was a really productive way to take your personal experience. And military experience and illuminate what's going on in the Macedonian phalanx. Thanks. Thanks, yeah, and I also on that span of control concept, I think, because there's a debate in Roman military history and someone with the role of a century unless you have a lot of people talking about them as a sergeant. And I was like, no, they're captains. And this is based on span of control and based on the duties of a modern jail. This is an academic point, right? Who really cares? But I do think it's useful because especially for staff officers, people who are in military college is trying to conceptualize what someone in ancient militaries doing it doing through a framework that they can understand. I think that that's critically important to make those kinds of distinctions. So another thing that and I think, again, this may have been a little bit more legitimate. But you certainly talk about it in bronze lie. So one of the methods you use is reenactment. Or you have been part of a reenactment community. Not just organic community, but what volumes are called LARPers, right? But real sort of reenactment. Can you talk a little bit about using that to sort of inform your analysis of what's going on?.
"spartan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"Remember who it was, but I was thinking about it in a low edition, which talks about a particular spirit used in a battle as a Lance. He's describing it as a Lance. Well, to me, that conjures the image of a nightly Lance, right? Like a horseman's weapon that's a certain length where, okay, maybe he's talking about a contos, which is a kind of Macedonian Greek cavalry spirit with a certain length, but he's actually talking about a sarissa, which is a 21 foot long infantry pike that has wielded in a completely different way and has a completely different bearing on the battle. So the definition of the word matters. But why would this guy care? He's a geopolitical she's not talking about melter his own Lance, good enough for me. It's like, you know, do I need to know it's a Glock? No, gun is fine. Call it a gun. That's the kind of thing I'm talking about. So you've got to do your own translation. So one of the things I always talk about is that it's three languages. It really is. And what he wants to deal with that because languages are hard. So that's a really important thing. So then the advantage, though, of being an autodidact and having fire service experience. So look, I don't want to get into the fight with people. Oh, you serve you didn't, whatever. All experiences in life are military experiences. If you're watching a war on folded home on TV, you're having military experiment. But there are some advantages to having been an officer, having served having been downrange, because there are universalis and to help people fight how they handle fear. And that stuff I'm able to come to grips with. And that's where we get into the law of confidence, which I put out here is that so much of the narrative that you see in sources, particularly in sources where you're dealing with Barbarians, right? You're othering a group of people. Where the assumption is, they made this error because they're done. Wrong word. I apologize for using it. That's not the correct word. Stupid. So using this word, they're using this method because they're stupid..
"spartan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"Is, it involves more legwork on the part of the student. You know, when you're reading facilities, you've got to Google around. You've got to understand the context that comes with it. And I hate to say that because people are busy. You know who wants to deal with it? But that really is the only answer to using this stuff safely. And when you think of like, I always get frustrated when people talk about a democratic Athens as being any way comparable to a democratic United States. It's just, you know, what you are really dealing with, remember, Athens is democracy. We're extremely rich people are on the boules that have voting rights. You and I are not voting in Athens, right? We're not members of this sort of noble club. It's the way I can sort of equated it to yeah, there's a House of Commons in 17th century England, but unless you're Jeff Bezos, you're not on it. You know, like, so this idea that it's representative democracy and direct democracy in the same way that the United States is just not true. What you really have in the Peloponnesian war is a conflict between two different oligarchies. And the Spartan argument that Athenian oligarch Athenian democracy is really a form of model rule. I don't agree with it. But there's so much argument there, right? So I wish I had a better answer other than do the work. Because it's frustrating and I hate to sound, I don't know. Pedantic and professorial, but that really is the only way to use this stuff safely. You have to know not only the context of the texture reading, but it's context and current affairs. Because I really think that that impacts how you're receiving it. So I want to talk a little bit about your method. And especially I like the way you phrased. And I can remember the exact phrasing, but it was the assumption of competence. Because these are texts where we often have we have often only one source we have the introduction of all sorts of deities and other sorts of weird things. Thucydides is in a lot of ways the exception here, but so tell me a little bit about how you approached a lot of these angio texts in terms of talking about these battles and especially about the assumption of competence on the part of the commanders. Sure. So it's funny, Paul cartilage just eviscerated me in a review in the I think it's the times literary supplement in London. And one of the things that one of the nice things he said was that I'm an autodidact act of the best time..
"spartan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"I certainly knew it would be true of the Spartans and lo and behold when I dug into the evidence it was. So one of the things I point out is that I didn't do anything particularly extraordinary in my analysis of ancient Sparta. All I did was go back through the source material that exists and keep score and look at it with a clear eye. And what was shocking to me was the degree of hate that poured out of the Internet when I began publishing articles at a piece in the new republic, it came out a few years before the book. And it's been uniform like from major academics from right wing ideologues like Mike cernovich, the volume of death threats I've gotten. People are incredibly invested in this idea of Spartan supremacy. And an attack on it has been received almost like an attack on a more divisive and current political issue like abortion or school shootings or something. But it's just amazing to me. Yeah, so there's just generates all kinds of things. So I have and I want to come back to this theme. I mean, I have sat in a class with the army war college, where I teach thucydides. And there are people who are legitimately surprised. Wait, wait, no, they're not supposed to be surrendering here. What are they doing? It's like, you know, this is not new, right? I mean, this is not like some sort of new thing that we're revealing. This text has been with us for literally 25 centuries, right? And so, you know, it's not, it's not a secret. You know, it's interesting to me because I remember even back in undergraduate talking to people in a classic department. So there are some ways in which I feel this isn't the Sparta worship. Certainly seems to have some origins in 300, but it's not quite new, because I remember somebody telling me that so many classics departments undergraduate and graduate divided themselves along Athens versus Sparta lines. And the Sparta guys were always assholes, right? And it's like, well, why would you prefer Sparta? And so it's interesting to me that it has played out in such a polarized way now. And it's also, and this is not your focus, right? A few years back, I'm considering different tattoos. I would not have been above, like, contemplating an SPQR tattoo. But now I'm glad I don't have one, because now it's a right wing signifier, right? And that's what sucks. I would have to get it removed or change to something else. Well, you could make the argument that you're really appropriating it from the far right. But yeah, I mean look I definitely would advise anyone considering any kind of classical history tattoo, especially one from a vexilla, or from any kind of military angle to check because a lot of this stuff. And I do mean a lot of it has been sucked up by the far right..
"spartan" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money
"My name is rob Farley, and with me today, I am delighted to have Mike Cole, who is the author of the bronze lie, which is a recent book about the Spartan mirage or the legacy of Sparta in the modern and ancient worlds. He is also the author of legion versus phalanx and a whole host of other works. How are you doing today? Mike, good, thanks. I really appreciate you having me on. Well, it's absolutely an honor. I devoured both bronze lie and legion versus phalanx. And pretty rapidly. And actually, at the end, I want to come back to that because I listened to the audiobooks and I saw I have questions about the audiobook versions and how those came together. So I mean, why don't we just start out with the big question, which is what was the bronze line, what attracted you to talking about Sparta in this way? Sure. So look, I have always had an abiding interest in ancient warfare, just coming out of being a war gamer, which is what led me to legion versus phalanx. And my interest, of course, was very tactical, very practical, sort of what you would expect from normal Warner kit deployment logistics all that kind of stuff. But what I think look, I make no secret about my leftism. And I think I sort of became very alarmed with the rise of trumpism and because you have to remember it wasn't just an American phenomenon in 2016. It was a global phenomenon. And I think at the same time that the unite the right rally was going on in the U.S., there was a massive one in Poland, and that was something like ten times the attendance. So what I noticed across all of these movements and I do mean all of them is that they use Spartan iconography as, and mind you, I'm not talking about reasonable conservatism, right? I'm a leftist, but I'm not a wild slavery leftist, right? I want to be clear about that. I'm very interested in, I don't like flipping. I mean, literally every leftist has exactly that same thing that they say about other leftists. I know that because I just travel in these circles. But there's always of course I'm not a lunatic. But rob I mean it. I'm the one who really needs it. But yeah, and unfortunately, I think we live in an injury you have to make that disclaimer, right? Is that there's such intense political division globally, not just in the United States, where you really have to identify when you say that you're on the left or the right that you're on the same in moderate left or right and not part of this because those polls are really a serious phenomenon throughout the world right now. So I do think it does bear speaking to. But anyway on the far right mind you, I'm not talking about conservatives in the mold of a David French or a Brett Stevens or whatever. I'm talking about generational identity tear. And the oath keepers and things like that. Spartan iconography was universe universal. And I kept thinking, what is this?.
No. 12 Michigan State bounces back, beats Penn State 30-27
"Number twelve Michigan state jumped out to a fourteen to nothing lead to start the game and held on to win thirty to twenty seven in the snow in east Lansing the Nittany lions scored with forty three seconds left to cut the lead to three four unsuccessful with the onside kick and issue to the twenty three to twenty lead heading into the fourth but were able to force two fumbles and put the game away the Spartans scored all five times they were in the red zone and were again led by junior running back Kenneth Walker the third who finished with one hundred thirty eight yards and a touchdown the Spartans defense came up big allowing Penn state to convert and just five of thirteen third downs Marty Martin east Lansing Michigan
No. 6 Baylor beats Michigan State 75-58 for Atlantis title
"James Akinjo scored fifteen points a number six Baylor took control early in the second half to beat Michigan state seventy five fifty eight for the battle for Atlantis championship for my once now we're able to establish ourselves defensively you stop and you know in transition and we really become fun to watch a hardcore the bears led by just two before putting together a seventeen six run to start the second half the Spartans never got closer than ten the rest of the way as Baylor improved to seven no freshman Kendall brown added twelve points on six of seven shooting for the bears who were forty nine percent from the field and had four players score in double figures the Spartans shot just thirty seven percent committed nineteen turnovers Gabe brown scored thirteen to lead Michigan state I'm Dave Ferrie
Thorne, Walker help No. 8 Michigan State beat Maryland 40-21
"C. F. P. number seven Michigan state state in the big ten title race by thumping Maryland forty twenty one Payton Thorne threw two of his four touchdown passes to Jayden reed for the night and one Spartans four six and one in the conference Kenneth Walker provided one hundred forty three yards rushing and two scores after entering the game as the nation's leading rusher thorn was twenty two of thirty one for two hundred eighty seven yards including a fifty one yard scoring strike to monitory foster the Spartans close out the regular season conference schedule against Ohio state and Penn state as we try to stay in contention for CFP semifinal berth I'm Dave Ferrie
Coach K wins Garden finale as Duke tops Kentucky 79-71
"Duke ranked ninth in the AP's preseason college basketball poll tipped off the new season with a seventy nine seventy one victory over temporary Kentucky in the second game of champions classic at Madison Square Garden number three Kansas won the opener eighty seven seventy four of a Michigan state the blue devils were led by two freshman guard Trevor kills topped all scorers with twenty five points well forward Paulo bunker and a twenty two to begin March the subsidies final season as dukes head coach in the earlier game Kansas road senior ocio barges twenty nine points to a win over the Spartans Tom Mariam New York
RJ Young reacts to CFB rankings for Week 9, Oklahoma disrespected at No. 8 | No. 1 Ranked Show
"And Alabama remain one to win the latest CFP rankings came out on Tuesday third ranked Oregon fourth rated Ohio state and number five Cincinnati all moved up one spot following Michigan state's loss to Purdue the Spartans are seventh just behind Michigan the Spartans beat the Wolverines thirty seven thirty three just two weeks ago unbeaten Oklahoma remains eighth followed by Notre Dame and Oklahoma state there are three more regular season rankings before the CFP selection committee sets the semifinal match ups on the ferry
O'Connell, Bell help Purdue take down No. 5 Spartans 40-29
"The last of the big ten unbeatens has gone down Purdue in becoming bowl eligible stage for forty to twenty nine win over Michigan state with boilermaker quarterback Aiden o'connell passing for five hundred thirty six yards goes back to our team our coaches the players on our team just wanted to win and believing that they can win so that's what it's all about you know week after week it's it's a battle in the big ten and every week's gonna be a dogfight Purdue receiver David bell hauled in eleven catches for two hundred seventeen yards eight in one Michigan state tied it at twenty one only to see the Boilermakers score sixteen unanswered points Spartan running back Kenneth Walker rushed for one hundred forty six yards Tom McCabe west Lafayette Indiana
Walker-led No. 8 Michigan St tops No. 6 Michigan 37-33
"For the first time since twenty ten number six Michigan number eight Michigan state entered the annual matchup for the Paul Bunyan trophy with undefeated records it was the underdog Spartans who ended the game still undefeated after thirty seven to thirty three win Michigan led twenty three to fourteen to happen increased to thirty to fourteen the Spartans and outscored the Wolverines twenty three to three to end the game on the back of Kenneth Walker the third as he scored three more touchdowns making his total on the day five most ever by an MSU running back against Michigan Walker finished with twenty three carries and one hundred ninety seven yards certains moved eight no one Michigan falls to seven and one Marty Martin east Lansing Michigan
No. 10 Spartans stay perfect with 20-15 win at Indiana
"Michigan state scored a pair of touchdowns off Indiana turnovers en route to a twenty to fifteen win the seven oh Spartans were out rushed and I'll pass by the Hoosiers but managed to win the game despite just a hundred twenty six passing yards by quarterback Payton Thorne Spartan running back Kenneth Walker remains the nation's top rusher after finishing with eighty four yards the loss drops Indiana to two and four and in three in the big ten Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana
Nailor catches 3 TDs, No. 11 Michigan State tops Rutgers
"Receiver Jaylen Naylor caught three touchdown pass to repel the number eleven ranked Michigan state Spartans past records on the road by the final score thirty one to thirteen neither had five grabs for two hundred twenty one yards including remarkable scoring plays of sixty three sixty three and sixty five yards from Spartan quarterback Payton Thorne who threw for three hundred thirty nine yards on the day trying to dispose of plays and everything in those results today painting found me a few of them and and then maybe easier you know he told me to so so it's nice to make it easier to quit a very easy piece of cake you know the definition is to close off and I started running back Kenneth Walker twenty nine terrace for two or three three yards including a school record ninety four yard touchdown run Mike Moriarty Piscataway New Jersey
"spartan" Discussed on WJR 760
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"spartan" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"An accent so yeah i've got a ancestral horrors. Basically i'm all around and sexual horse always makes me gig right at this is this is just. It's absolutely ridiculous. When you hear about the story of like the vikings coming over to scotland on their these by people come in and like i said they ranked pelly Lebron to everton volleyball buggered off fight to norway denmark and that you have the most are huge with massive beards you know. They don't even have access have stones attached to sticks a lot by ask and then you two thousand years into the future what it is and then you hear my accent. I'm like i can. I can make my accent quite soothing. But it's normally quite aggressive. And i don't mean not to be for every single very aggressive with the way but then you go and speak to the people when denmark and norway nobody near the commerce suite of sounding people you have ever had. I'm going off. Did you just leave the anger behind us. A sorted of your issues in our country and then went back in what we're happy now. Happy danes. we came out with julia. You're just like what the hell why does why are we still angry ones. That makes no sense to me. It's a drink thing. I drink more than we do. I've heard though that the the norwegian sat they're like little socially awkward they don't always they're not like some uppity but they're very calm and We had one norwegian guy on our show. He's brockie kramer. he's awesome his mom. I mean he can be wild for sure when performing like talking. It's so funny and like the one thing that stuck out the interviews. Like yeah when i go on roller coasters. It's more dislike.
"spartan" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast
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Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship
"Michigan state missteps. And you just knew they would step in it and it has to do with The renaming of their sports team jay it away while and of course you knew like when you found out dan snyder was kind of involves not dance matter. I think it's dan gilbert yeah. I didn't snyder snider alumnus of of michigan Michigan state. you made yeah okay. Find standard stance that so so they. They said that they were going to rename sponsor. Essentially the basketball team. Renamed them the michigan state spartans presentative presented by my rocket mortgage. So i mean by the way rocket mortgage. I like walking. So do i need them and they do have a guy on their basketball team. Name get lots. Why can't rocket watts be presented by rock- rocket mortgage. Yeah i would have been easier like sell. Yeah so they put it out there that they're going to change the name and then they got trolled by everyone acheiving so much negative press and also just because you know. I think people think college sports and this is why this has been the argument against paying college players for soa college. Sports has his purity. That pro sports doesn't have college. Sports is like an anon- tattooed person. It is clean. It is perceived purity because we know there's a lot of on a ferry arrest of but perceived purity that you don't want to mess that up by calling them. The michigan state spartans brought to you by rocket mortgage that has going to become the arizona state as text presented by toes-to-toes. Like when do we stop like. Is it the start to get to sponsors. Could it be like you know what i mean you start to get to sponsors on the scene. Usc trojans presented by trojan trojan condoms. Like i actually would see. That's that's actually got go cell but like there we. We're in a situation right. Now where the washington huskies brought to you by lane bryant. I'm habe fair. he may not. But you're the reason why people are upset and you've got democratic senator of connecticut chris murphy coming out so it was awesome. Who was instrumental in presenting legislation to try and get players paid for their likeness and image. And that's an ongoing process. That randy and i both believe will eventually come to fruition. Why should why should the coaches make all this money. When it's the players who actually really bring people to the stands and why should university sponsored. I mean they they unless you're going to start making the games free for people unless you're gonna start using your sponsorship to make ticket prices. Nothing for the fans were to then you cannot is just. It's a money grab and people don't like that and they think it's a bad look especially when you're seeing coaches salaries just go up and up and up. It looks like it looks very greedy at a time when we don't intuition is going up and up. It's greedy when you don't need to be greedy. Right puts the schools in a bad light right so the public doesn't benefit from this. The the students don't benefit from this. The players who need to benefit don't benefit from this so it just again like you said it it a pit him is is this sort of capitalistic greed. Which i think again makes teams look bad in a team like michigan state in a year when they've looked bad on the court. This was not what they needed. This was not the capper. There's there's a chance they're playing tonight as we record this for all. We know they could beat. Ucla or they could lose to ucla if they lose to ucla in the plane game and they don't even make the tournament and they have to sit out and watch his. How long's it been since michigan statesman in the tournament. It's been a longtime now run. They and they could go on a long run in the tournament and find they could salvage their year but it's been a rocky year for them and to have this sponsorship thing come up it once again and i'm happy that the world of public opinion kind of self corrected this situation. They came out and said they're not changing their name. But they but i'm asking you is this. Was that just a test balloon to go up are we can see a different way like a gentler. Way to kind of push this through because you know for years. We said we're not going to see any sport. Any you know. Advertising logos on sponsorship on professional athletes. Uniforms like you do see in the english premier league but again. I think we're what there's a now the clippers the little honey logo and i love. Honey i think those guys are awesome and that doesn't bother me. I actually was like for a second. I was like. I don't know if that's going to fly for me and it didn't. It doesn't bother me the way the way. It's being used right now. The way the team name as brought to you by something it just feel it does feel like the san diego Point setia credit union community credit union ball right feels like that which is just a joke at that point so all right didn't work it didn't work. Thank you public opinion for glad. The public opinion can still shoots the things down
Michigan State Spartans will not be changing their name to include Rocket Mortgage sponsorship
"Michigan state missteps. And you just knew they would step in it and it has to do with The renaming of their sports team jay it away while and of course you knew like when you found out dan snyder was kind of involves not dance matter. I think it's dan gilbert yeah. I didn't snyder snider alumnus of of michigan Michigan state. you made yeah okay. Find standard stance that so so they. They said that they were going to rename sponsor. Essentially the basketball team. Renamed them the michigan state spartans presentative presented by my rocket mortgage. So i mean by the way rocket mortgage. I like walking. So do i need them and they do have a guy on their basketball team. Name get lots. Why can't rocket watts be presented by rock- rocket mortgage. Yeah i would have been easier like sell. Yeah so they put it out there that they're going to change the name and then they got trolled by everyone acheiving so much negative press and also just because you know. I think people think college sports and this is why this has been the argument against paying college players for soa college. Sports has his purity. That pro sports doesn't have college. Sports is like an anon- tattooed person. It is clean. It is perceived purity because we know there's a lot of on a ferry arrest of but perceived purity that you don't want to mess that up by calling them. The michigan state spartans brought to you by rocket mortgage that has going to become the arizona state as text presented by toes-to-toes. Like when do we stop like. Is it the start to get to sponsors. Could it be like you know what i mean you start to get to sponsors on the scene. Usc trojans presented by trojan trojan condoms. Like i actually would see. That's that's actually got go cell but like there we. We're in a situation right. Now where the washington huskies brought to you by lane bryant. I'm habe fair. he may not. But you're the reason why people are upset and you've got democratic senator of connecticut chris murphy coming out so it was awesome. Who was instrumental in presenting legislation to try and get players paid for their likeness and image. And that's an ongoing process. That randy and i both believe will eventually come to fruition. Why should why should the coaches make all this money. When it's the players who actually really bring people to the stands and why should university sponsored. I mean they they unless you're going to start making the games free for people unless you're gonna start using your sponsorship to make ticket prices. Nothing for the fans were to then you cannot is just. It's a money grab and people don't like that and they think it's a bad look especially when you're seeing coaches salaries just go up and up and up. It looks like it looks very greedy at a time when we don't intuition is going up and up. It's greedy when you don't need to be greedy. Right puts the schools in a bad light right so the public doesn't benefit from this. The the students don't benefit from this. The players who need to benefit don't benefit from this so it just again like you said it it a pit him is is this sort of capitalistic greed. Which i think again makes teams look bad in a team like michigan state in a year when they've looked bad on the court. This was not what they needed. This was not the capper. There's there's a chance they're playing tonight as we record this for all. We know they could beat. Ucla or they could lose to ucla if they lose to ucla in the plane game and they don't even make the tournament and they have to sit out and watch his. How long's it been since michigan statesman in the tournament. It's been a longtime now run. They and they could go on a long run in the tournament and find they could salvage their year but it's been a rocky year for them and to have this sponsorship thing come up it once again and i'm happy that the world of public opinion kind of self corrected this situation. They came out and said they're not changing their name. But they but i'm asking you is this. Was that just a test balloon to go up are we can see a different way like a gentler. Way to kind of push this through because you know for years. We said we're not going to see any sport. Any you know. Advertising logos on sponsorship on professional athletes. Uniforms like you do see in the english premier league but again. I think we're what there's a now the clippers the little honey logo and i love. Honey i think those guys are awesome and that doesn't bother me. I actually was like for a second. I was like. I don't know if that's going to fly for me and it didn't. It doesn't bother me the way the way. It's being used right now. The way the team name as brought to you by something it just feel it does feel like the san diego Point setia credit union community credit union ball right feels like that which is just a joke at that point so all right didn't work it didn't work. Thank you public opinion for glad. The public opinion can still shoots the things
Biden Administration Directs FEMA to Help Shelter Migrant Children
"The Button administration is sending the Federal Emergency Management Agency to the US Mexico border to help deal with the growing number of unaccompanied migrant Children. NPR's John Burnett reports. Government facilities are being overwhelmed. The problem is they get detained in the Spartan holding cells meant for adults and border patrol stations. Ah, court order says they're not supposed to stay in these places for more than three days, but the government paid shelters for migrant Children that are appropriate for youths have run out of room. So that's where the crisis of the border comes from. But Biden Steam refuses to call it a crisis. They're calling it a challenge, even though on Saturday, the White House announced the problem was getting so out of hand. They're dispatching workers from FEMA to the border to help move the kids out of those crude border patrol cells as quickly as possible. NPR's John
Merkel's party suffers defeats in 2 German state elections
"Voters into German states Spartan Burton back and run and platinum to choosing new regional governments. The polls are seen as a test of the national mood ahead of a general election in September. When Chancellor Angela Merkel is stepping down after 16 years in office. Christian Democrats have bean struggling to prepare for her
MSU Spartans... Presented by Rocket Mortgage?
"Michigan state has announced that its basketball team will now be called the msu spartans presented by rocket mortgage. You sit on a throne of lies. I would think so barat. it's true. Now here's the saving grace at. I believe in the way. I'm reading it. This is a story on. Yahoo is says the team will be called the michigan. The msu you know it presented by rocket mortgage at the breslin center. That's how they'll be known throughout the breslin center which is their home court their home arena so my guess rob is when near now announces a team. That's what he's going to call them at the beginning to gain when they come out for warm ups right before the game whatever. They're the msu sparks as presented by rocket mortgage. I don't expect that when they go elsewhere people are going to refer to them as that maybe they'll announce that before the game but obviously throughout the game everywhere you go. Call them the spartans or michigan state. You think i'm wrong. I mean there's it doesn't make it that much better but it makes it a little better to me. It's total nonsense. It's a allowed. Everything's not for sale. I'm sorry chris. I still respect the steinbrenner family. Chris for not taking the name. They could have put a name on yankee stadium on my right yes or no and made its montemar. Names right all right yankee stadium. How about madison square garden. Could it be very heels right. Could it be american express field reno. I mean they give me making money off of it and they won't do it. Can we have something. Everything's not for sale. I get it dan gilbert. Who was the president of ragweed and look is an alum. He went there. He loves the sports. He tried to hire tommaso to coach the cast. Chris i get the relationship. He's he's a spartan just beat the presenting sponsor when they when they make that announcement. You don't need to the msu sports presented by rocket mortgage. Why would you do that to your alma mater right. Well that's what i'm saying if it's anything but what i said right if is anything but okay well. We announced the team. You know we're announcing the starting lineup. The now star lineup. So the ms you spartans presented by rocket mortgage. But okay. i can deal with that. But if there you got jerseys now. And if that's what their official name is going to be elsewhere. There's a major problem. And i agree with you like and this is just this just shows the other greed. We talked about it and they're not paying players these deals. This is just a pity of the degree of this now rob. I'll even say this. I would've rather them. Just call them. The msu rockets michigan state rockets. Not is that this is ridiculous. This really is bad. And i just don't understand what all the money my god is it. Okay right don't get every nickel chris. I still would have been a sponsor right. There's tons of money probably just not as much maybe wide. I don't know how much is enough. I don't get it seriously. It's ridiculous like i say again. I'm betting that is just going to be announced at various times but not consistently
Michigan State beats No. 2 Michigan 70-64, boosts NCAA hopes
"Michigan state may have punched its ticket to the NC double a tournament with a seventy sixty four win over second ranked Michigan that gives the Spartans wins in five of their last seven games three of those coming against top five conference rivals the Wolverines hammered the Spartans three days earlier to wrap up the big ten title rocket watts forty twenty one points off ladies team good you know what I'm you scorn but you know when I do score and noises Bangor a little great city teen parent Henry added eighteen to help the Spartans improved to fifteen eleven overall reserve chante brown scored thirteen points to lead the Wolverines Michigan finished without senior guard Eli Brooks who hurt his left ankle early in the game I'm the ferry
Biden Administration Moves To Speed Up Processing Of Migrants In Family Detention
"Migrant families trying to enter the U. S. NPR's John Burnett reports, the administration will convert some migrant family detention centers into processing centers. NPR's John Burnett says the goal is to process migrants within 72 hours of arrival. There are three detention centers formerly used to hold families. They're being converted into processing centers to more quickly release asylum seekers with orders to appear in court, and that's so they won't be held for long and those spartan border patrol cells. We also know that government has recently been forced to open two facilities in Texas for mothers and Children and reopen a controversial shelter for migrant teenagers. NPR's John Burnett The Senate will reconvene this morning and
"spartan" Discussed on WJR 760
"Of the game by a spartan Comes up. We believe from Noah Harvey. He had a sack and 1.5 tackles for loss. And no Harvey pitched in with. Five total tackles and, uh, he was rock solid in there at that linebacker position coming now for the round Black Friday sales event for great great deals and the Case is Shirley Jones of the Shirelles did say it, Mama said. There'll be days like this. I don't know how you put this behind you, but, uh, there are lessons to be learned and this part of staff They want to be teachers, and they'll get a a week to work out What happened here. That's right. I mean, you know that young people are resilient 18 to 22 year olds. They will turn the page quickly as they did. Against Rutgers with the seven turnover game. This is going to be very similar. You have high highs and low lows in this game of football. It's good that you have a coach, new coach and brings the idea of neutral thinking. Out to the table, which they're going to need. They need to get past this and move on because you have a tough Indiana team coming in the East Lansing a week from today. All right, Our statistician Greg Schultz, our spotter Joe Abrams and our engineer Tony Castella back in the studio, Rob Bennett and Kevin will it I'm George Blah. How thank you for joining us for the game broadcast our final score. Iowa 49 the Spartan seven stay with us. Someone who joined Jason Strayhorn and Steve Courtney for the postgame show coming up next. You've been listening to a spartan football on the TCF Bank Spartan Media network from Fox Sports. Spartan Football has been brought to you by.
"spartan" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"ServiceMaster to ask her. You know, what's the best way for us to ship knives and she's kind of look as the grenades as what you put in the box and put someone's address on it and paper. So we're driving to therapy get it regarding to the post office. I said man, what a Spartan way of doing things and Mark said that's it sparked knives and my dad doesn't ring. He said he needs spark laid off sounds better. And so that was Inception Spartan blades their feedback from post office sat down with a pen do logo and made a few t-shirts and then it was you know, he went from that page. Well, it's perfect for you know, the type of people who who are pulled towards your kind of knives, especially Spartan, you know, it's it's that Spirit The Warrior Spirit also log The trim down to the essentials, you know, nothing nothing nothing extra. You don't want anything extra when you need it for you know for the important kind of work that off these kind of knives are intended for so you're in the game for twelve years at this point. So in the beginning it was to all your military buddies you made those first 30 knives in that Mule Barn Joo. Okay, so we didn't even know there was a nice Community out there, right? It was kind of nice. We got started me start getting emails from people and we look to some forms. Right? Wow. There's there's a lot of nice flowers out that I have no idea. I mean, knew there were collected lives and you know, I've been a gun a knife shows, but we just had no extent of the depth of night Community, but that Community is what drove us make better and better knives over time because of you know, life's not right to tell you. Oh, yeah for sure sure. And so you guys want some awards right away like right out of the gate you started you got some recognition wage. How what do you credit that to, you know listening to others, you know, when we started out. Like I said, we didn't understand there's a nice Community we knew what a night was very special for Sharp pointy handle, right but we had to reach out somebody who could you know, lead us down right path. So the only knifemakers we knew were Ernie Emerson because I had bought us some cups eqc Sixers which one I got. We film away. I know what they're going to be worth. Now. We would have kept them. Right exactly and I never saw Chris Reed guy made the Ahh Bra not so I just read was the name we knew there were associated with special forces. So we call them said hey remark and Curtis. We want to start a Knife Company and he just threw silence for a little bit because you guys are crazy took the blade show. Visit me found Atlanta and then a few classes, Idaho. I'll help you. So he he said you're crazy. Now. How did you take that? Why do you think he said you're crazy imagine he knew we had no idea how much work it would take and how often you know, it's a lot harder and a lot of people think but he knew that and he also said come on out here to Idaho and I help you figure. We wouldn't come. I'm sure he's causing a day. So you said okay. Well we're coming. So we flew out there. We have some for his address your knock on his door early in the morning and anri's answered the door and she's like, can I help you as like I guess your thoughts until you were coming to State your house. So she let us in and made us breakfast and she'll tell the story. She was just didn't know who these two crazy guys were and cooking breakfast and her to my back and she's page is we're going to jump or something. But you know, we we reached out to them and help Mark a lot of business side of it. I spent two days with Chris Goss. Shop and it's not like they taught us how to make knives. But what they did is they told us how to avoid pitfalls of starting a nice company controls how to structure our company how to deal with Dealers Choice to some of the good guys and bad guys aren't industry as far as far as demanding dealers. So they sent us the right path, but it was enough for us not to fail especially in that first year. She's that some really valuable information on because in a way you can learn the mechanics of making a knife from lot of different people, but they're that's right, you know to learn about the knife business from that kind of company that kind of company that you and Mark aimed to be let me ask you I'm now making presumptions. But what did you and Mark Ames Spartan blades to be when you started it? And and is this what you're doing now? How long it is Maria we want to No, we follow orders all our life and we always lived a very structured life in the military. We always work in small teams. You know, we work in Indonesia Malaysia Thailand Philippines. Korea usually is like seven to eight guys and we kind of lost that structure when we got out we missed that comradery and team spirit and it was our one chance, you know. Cuz I want chance to have our own command. Yeah, Dodge control. Our own destiny was able to do it the guy trusted so, you know quite honestly, I don't know what we picture to Thursday. We retired once we had a full career. So we thought you know, if it floated somewhere between Hobby and business we'd be okay, but we quickly realized by using things like military leader wage, you know, the planning process and the military and you know looking at different courses that action picking a hybrid understanding operational environment working together as a team. It all kind of works in business. We're wage sir prize Dallas. So, you know, we start plan was to do better next month than we did this month and to continually grow and get better at what we're doing. So so you've spent a lot of time in South East Asia you say Malaysia, you mentioned the Philippines a lot of Thailand blade cultures. Definitely heavily bladed cultures. What what kind of dog Well, what did you learn from being kind of uh immersed in those cultures? And how did it come out in the designing or work? You know, I watch how they made them off so impressive when you watch a guy with few logs a hammer Forge a knife out heat treat it cleaned up with a belt sander and it turned into something that somebody's buying down the street, you know, maybe realize hey this guy can do it. I can probably do it with the help of some scenes. He's some good quality machine work what it did is it put my head that was possible to do this page as far as the designs go, you know, I'd like to say, you know that the somebody inspired me quite honestly it just sat down with white pieces of paper and a pencil draw what I thought looked good month and then we met okay. All right. That was a leading question because what I was getting at is that when I first saw the Aries and what was the other knife of that era that had dead Fat or belly but a similar angle the nearest we did Ares Nick's in Arabic which was a Tanto blade. Okay? Okay. So it was the the Knicks and the Aries were that were the two that is really odd, you know really caught my eye and one of the things that caught my eye was the angle of the hand the blade to the handle and to me that looked southeast Asia and that looked like sort of em, most approaching pistol grip thing that you see in a lot of Filipino plates the thought was an example shooting a lot playing with pistol grips and those type of things. You know, somebody told me it was Bill Halsey. You said it needs to be sharp pointy and have a good handle. So I want to make a fighting knife and I knew because we've been an army people expect something like that war was picking up, you know, as far I'm more and guys that we're getting in a night fights off points. So I wanted something that could be used as a lightweight fighter but not so heavy that people wouldn't carry it. So when you thrust forward with the knife your your wrist is kind of angled at a mass. So in order to have that blade parallel to the ground, so that was stabbed easier. It just kind of ergonomic be made sense. And I guess yeah. Well, yeah, I mean get it and also accelerates the slash in the shop and and everything else. I I I a lot of how I judge a knife I have to admit is on the Aesthetics. I love house that sort of thing looks but also in just the history. I have a real interest in the history of South East Asian weapons Filipino, especially and I love that sort of pistol grip set up that sort of young we used to work with the the 69th Commando unit. 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"spartan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Tweet said I've got to I just got to disagree with you this year Spartan says the only sense I see from the Bernie voters is a sense of entitlement I think you're missin Sears Barton I think you're missing the point there no they're frustrated they're going I haven't been able to I haven't been able to that didn't make it my father my mother they were fine my grandparents they refine my generation we can't afford to buy a house we can't afford to buy a new car we can't afford to buy a lot of things I'm working hard I don't think there's there yes twenty percent are a sense of entitlement eighty percent are just frustrated going there have been no middle class wage increases inflation adjusted since the mid nineteen seventies and they're going up I'm struggling you are the professors say they're the the people he got together they're struggling without exception economically this isn't there some kids sitting around smoking dope this is while they may be doing that this is somebody's and I don't have enough money to make ends meet that I'm working as hard as I can possibly work Kansas the same thing Tom young voters have been given everything they ever had they don't do sweat equity she I think you guys are kind of the old man standing there yelling at the kids to get off your lawn I tell you back in my day no I think a lot of these young people are working very hard and they they keep the reason they did not vote for Hillary was she was establishment and they wanted somebody new to try and break down the the government that has box the man to basically economic struggles they cannot get ahead that's their sense there is a sense of unfairness they feel like there's the top one percent and then there's everybody else and they don't like it so Bernie says I'll burn down the whole place for you okay I'll vote for you car rolled five cut seven thanks Bernie's lead actually help Republicans well look I think they've got a really strong point because this is a moment of vulnerability yeah he's leading the pack on the democratic side now is the moment that every Republican candidate for Senate or Congress is going to start asking their Democrat opponents are you in favor of all these things Bernie Sanders is in favor of abolishing private health insurance think about Texas here's a guy who wants to ban fracking which is in power in the Texas budget were able to to provide essential services because of oil and gas revenues to the state so much so that the university of Texas whose endowment is based upon lands it it holds out of which there's oil and gas production is now going to give free tuition to anybody accepted at the university of Texas at Austin whose family income is sixty thousand dollars or less and what you're gonna do is you're gonna ban immediately fracking and that all goes away because just like that so the idea that this is going to be a painless nomination for the Democrats that it's over and that it's going to be painless if he gets nominated it's just simply not true every Democrat for the next several months until the situation gets clarified and if it's Bernie there gets clarified towards even through the November elections can be asked at home are you in favor of abolishing everybody's private health insurance are you in favor of free college are you in favor of reparations are you in favor of this or that ninety plane can Bernie's live very very left wing platform and it is going to be a pretty sight well it goes back to the Ronald Reagan question are you better off today than you were four years ago if you answer yes okay good for you if you answer no I think a lot of these eighteen to twenty nine year olds are going no I'm not better off and this is what Bernie says to them cut eight this is him talking it was crowded of Adam we're going to be drawn there you go so we're down I mean it's it's it's it's just these empty promises I go back Karl rove's point about university of Texas so who are the vet professors that are going to be working there because obviously they're gonna take a huge budget hit if it's going to be free they don't have any revenue from the tuition if they don't have the revenue from the twice now they gonna pay the professors well I know Bernie's government will pay them something but it's not going to be what they've been making in the past so same with the doctors and nurses the good ones the talented ones are going to be two systems is going to be a system for people that have money there's gonna be a colleges for people who have money that is going to be the public generic version which isn't all that great get delaria here before we run out of time Larry welcome you're on the Tom Sullivan show what's up Hey Tom how you doing today doing good we thank him Hey you know what I I would have been to the Gulf War and I I have to tell you were first over a military family so we don't each even my wife and I fall into this hundred thousand dollar bracket that your last caller was talking about but I think the the it's really important that when you talk to colors like this guy that we do differentiate between California level issues and nationwide level issues because there's no way that most places I would Midwest most of my life I was a military family growing up yeah I was the military and I'm always in the military and I don't I own a small business and the thing is the the the the median income of these young people is not a hundred fifty thousand dollars in most of our country so we have to we get calls like this is important that young viewers here that this is not the same way the same problem in other parts of the country yeah I realize I was even faster in a single faster and I know that the millennial generation and the younger generation are disenfranchised but but there's definitely hope there's definitely hope for our economy I'm in the ones that were taught by the family ways right they're gonna be just fine there we go I had a connection problem of some kind sorry about that.
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