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"turgeon" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Too and And it was great to have that opportunity as a hockey player to to be able to travel around and visit these cities experienced and what what while playing hockey. It's so many people's dreams to be able to do that. And it's. I'm sure appreciate having an opportunity to go around and visit these cities and and do what you love. And that's play hockey exactly play hawkins same time but seeing other cities and getting traded at is not. Sometimes it's not when you actually move in all not people the cd's and everything. It's fine the hardest thing when you have. Your children's are getting older as far as schools friends and it's the hardest move we have to do with from dallas to denver colorado. Obviously i for the kids a little bit easier to move him around. I guess yeah so. It's harder now. We're not moving anymore with the here now in denver colorado for the next five years. And we'll see what's gonna happen. You playing a lot of people over the years. Who was the most talented guy. You had an opportunity to play with face. A lot of in you know you could start out at on mogilny that i've made with Is first couple years in buffalo Who's the guy you had the best chemistry with wall in long added with their king. We should Everything was going wall. Everything was going you know and and What a great year. We love lovling with them and is probably helplines. I've played with a lot of characters in the league. Who's one of the funny you guys you came across in your travels in the league mark levin. We'll quick with that doesn't nowhere because he's just on the locker he it down in front of your cross you. And he's nothing anything that's something coming up and it's just funny to be around. I mean he's just You know when the dressing room got tense. And he just had a. We've got that lock whom loosen up and and It was just a great guy to have to have an awkward deficits ahead. insert retirement. What what's in your future. You wanna stay in the league in some capacity. You're going to coach or what. What is it you hope to do. another you're going to be retired this year. I'm going to coach my daughter. And i'm gonna be traveling quite a bit my daughter on the same time. I'll all the sports with the kids. Their kids we have four children. So that's gonna keep us busy but In a year or so years. Some plans. Or what i want to get involved. Probably couple of years but Right now i'm just gonna flew close around the family and that's especially that i asked While the last my career it's been around it's been around the we've been traveling a lot. Now we're going to give dr to kids so we wanted to do list. I wanna thank you for taking the time to talk. I really appreciate it i. I've enjoyed watching you play over the years. I think you've had a whole fame career myself. And i hope you get recognized for that one day and i wish you good luck in the future with whatever you do. Hopefully we'll see you back in the league and a jeter night's of your thank you thank you..

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"turgeon" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

08:20 min | 5 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"Couldn't speak english very well. Nineteen eighteen years old. Okay yes oh is. That was not but i won't point I had a lot of nice people around me and And in. Some of the people helped me a lot especially with asia Helped me on that regardless or is always speaking. i'm still very close to him today and How you grew up in quebec montreal. They call it small house being closer to home kind of help you just a little bit. While the same time. I was still far from home but if my hometown too when i was Fourteen years old years mentioned triple in montreal. So that's that was a. That was the big step. I think so when you went to the nhl wasn't as big an adjustment being away from home. Definitely because of that. I was fourteen fifteen years old fifteen so it was It was It was tough but at the same time obviously have no choice. You gotta get responsible a little bit more when she when you leave your home. Talk that young. Do you think this pressuring guys at a drafted first overall today compared to when you were drafted with the media and the internet and everything i mean guys like sidney crosby for example who seems to have handled the pressure extremely well so far but do you think it's more difficult nowadays for for players that are drafted so high entering into the league. I think there's always. I mean yeah this pressure number one another obviously or number ten or second round third gone. Obviously you wanna be a part of the group that Any nhl and And it's still there's always pressure there's always some guys at different vicious clothes being on the line to make it and making it and when you're trusted higher your expectation or maybe higher but doesn't matter you still want to have keep those expectation In high and then you wanna realize what you want to achieve so there's always kind of pressure anyway but but in the same time I think the big personally The main thing focus which. I enjoy playing the game. I love being out there and And i was taking like the opportunity of Having the challenge of winning hockey and doing something good on ice and So that's the main focus. I looked at every time. I step on i want do. I wanted to do well in taking the big picture and having big pressure on the data time almost well in one thousand nine hundred ninety one year. Quarter the big blockbuster. Deal at brought you to long island along crew ben while hogan and mcelwain in exchange for at the time the the superstar was pat lafontaine him. Randy word and randy hillier went over to buffalo. What were your thoughts at the time of the trade. We are excited to come to the island. What was going through monday better. I didn't know. I was kind of going for buffalo new york. Obviously here in new york. Like i don't know to buffalo's kind of a small town league new york to me. It was more new york so becoming along in it. We love it we. My wife loved it. We have twin girls. Were born there and We love playing there and And when we got there obviously the trade and we have a lot of people involved that trade and obviously a lot of good things happen that at that point and i think bill torrey in in Eller or These guys that. I have a lot of respect for for today's today and and I probably learn In four years five years of my hockey the most hockey my life with our or as far as hockey as positioning and as far as mentally how to deal with things when when things are going wall and but the group that we had there to ninety three You know it was. It was winning against brute at one point semi finals where we didn't have no expectation for us to To go that far but it was just. We had a nice cruise quite a run that year. Yeah yeah so it was. It was great. I mean the great experience there and and it was we love. We love long. Definitely me my wife. Will you mentioned l. auburn as you probably know. They're going to have him back. November third play the penguins at the coliseum to coach fifteen hundred game. Okay so of all the coaches was. He's the one that you learned the most definitely know. Joel quenneville these right there too. But i mean are a lot of hockey with him and and a lot of respect for their for the mccain his wife also and then you had some best years Statistic wise on the island was highlighted by that run to the wealth conference finals against the canadians. Attend that you would actually later captain but prior to the conference finals. You know an all out on defense at the time. Remember cheap shot. You took from the cap stale hundred in the first round that year. The kick you out of the second round against the penguins and came back and played hurt in the next round. But what are your thoughts now looking back on that hit years later. It's obviously it's hockey. It was emotionally emotion. Ended up point in. But it's done. I mean it's move on it's just Christmas claughton detergents. We didn't know what it's done. I mean if seem today talked to him today. I mean defiant is just Here you know what. I'm hearing a lot of times from people's knows him are here. Lot of good things in life family guests and so it's Health against these things happen. And you know. I know how defense at the time we're up in arms 'cause the like you said it was an unexpected run that year and you were obviously one of the key players in to see it. Go down with was tough around the fans and i came back and a third third gets much we all. Obviously it wasn't. I wasn't feeling too good. You know scam back in one one shoulder and a half of it was in oregon. One hundred percents of shows ratissi come back but it's unfortunate too that you weren't able to be one hundred percents of playing. What was that one of the highlights of your career that run that year playing down just like i said we had we had rape players I mean especially the expectation wasn't high all of a sudden. We did what we did. And i mean glenealy in the back. It was just outstanding both versa. Go in. and so this Great feeding i played with thomas derek king and so these guys were playing with them to and twenty two top. Definitely you still in touch with any of those guys king and all ever family. We've got trees and we get the difference cds. Some guys retired but once in a while we teach others. You know some guys Nice to see them. Definitely during the ninety four ninety five season you get traded by then. I'll gm don maloney to the canadians along with leading malakoff for for kirk. Mellish neider matthew schneider and craig darby course. Later named captain of the team. How special was if you to play in montreal. Well being young. And then grow going up in quebec and seeing the montreal canadian and It's always a dream when you're young to be part of montreal need in and It was it was a good timing. You know i got traded there and all of us and i get there has to be kept in the closing in the form the opening in the center. And that's what you got to carry the torch in the family time. You can ask any better here. It's just a great timing for me to be there a thrill to to like you said to be there at the time that the molson centre opens up in some watching there with with the torch had to be thrilling. Yeah definitely in. The coldest forum was probably in all the cats and there was a big ceremony on the ice the torch and he came around. Just the you know who's obviously suing you on being there. And i said there's just the right time there's just a great Agreed evening we'll have to cling a montreal. You had stops in saint louis in dallas before finally finishing career. The past two seasons in in colorado was montreal. Your favorite city. You played in being so close to home or well. You know what. I i stayed there for your little bit over a year and it wasn't that long so i played a lot of nice city. I mean we met a lot of people. So it's kinda hard to pick one city but i gotta tell you we love new york and and we love of holy. Montreal is good in saint. Louis was a great city. We play with a lot of good players.

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"turgeon" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

WGBB Sports Talk New York

02:37 min | 5 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York

"To do but somehow just have rate chemistry and and it was a great experience but when getting they're playing best player as first taiwan and then the chinese and a number of will experience in thing in front of a crowd of twenty five twenty thousand people as being eleven years. It was just a real for unbelievable. Let's talk a little bit about your your hockey career. Nineteen years or one thousand. Nine seasons in the league is a long time. You're drafted first overall back in nineteen eighty seven by the buffalo sabres and spent the first part of your career there. How confident were you coming into. The league is basically a nineteen year old kid with such lofty expectations. How how confident were you coming into the week. It's always used to have confidence coming in. Then you gotta believe what you do but there's a learning curve and is it takes some time and he took me a couple years and then just to that to.

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Morsell scores 19 as Maryland upsets No. 12 Illinois 66-63

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00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Morsell scores 19 as Maryland upsets No. 12 Illinois 66-63

"There are more self scored nineteen points and Dante Scott added sixteen for Maryland in a sixty six sixty three upset of twelve ranked Illinois coach mark Turgeon's team allowed just two points over the final four plus minutes and went ahead for good and he Kmart's three pointer with four oh eight remaining the Terps to drop three straight Big Ten Conference games and one without point guard Eric Ayala due to a groin injury and we constructed twelve points as the Terps improved to two one five in the conference I dissimilar scored twenty three points for the ninety four Illini while Kofi Cochran added twenty one with ten rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie

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"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

Cults

03:27 min | 10 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

"Entirely saying but took timeouts during his testimony to condemn the country for its wickedness. He also relentlessly repeated that destruction was Ni- he the national anthem and attempted to show the jury photos of abortions. Additionally, he said if God asked him to, he would do it all over. Again. Chris was also found guilty of first degree murder in addition to his one hundred and one year sentence. In California the State of Washington Sentence Blaine, to thirty nine years for the homicide. As Chris awaited his punishment, he delivered a stirring ten minute sermon to the court he railed on. America for legalizing abortion, supporting gay rights and allowing equal rights for women. He begged the court to repent from their wicked deeds. He reminded his audience that judgment was at hand, and in fact, his was Chris was sentenced to fifty years in prison. For Dan, Jess's murder after Kris and Blaine were locked up the rest of the gatekeepers disbanded members were devastated. They trusted their leader, the supposed Prophet Elijah and had to work to accept their new reality. Their hero was just a mad conman. Strangely Chris's prediction that the world would end on March twenty second two, thousand four was somewhat accurate for it was on that day that the State Court of appeals upheld his conviction for the murder of Dan. Chess. Today Christopher Turgid remains in jail inmates say he's welcome because he can still be heard preaching and on occasion he even plays his music for all to hear..

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"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

Cults

07:54 min | 10 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

"Now, back to the story throughout the nineteen nineties. Chris. Turgeon the hyper intellectual preacher who sometimes displayed sociopathic tendencies convinced his flock the gatekeepers he was born to bring judgment to this earth in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, thirty, four, year, old Chris, and his disciple twenty-seven-year-old. Blaine Aplin drove from the southern California desert to the suburbs of Seattle Washington to murder former cult member Dan chess mountlake terrace wasn't a town familiar with crime in fact, homicides only occurred there on average about once every twelve years though there were no. Glaring. Signs of forced entry the police did have a few leads for one thing dance neighbor saw white male running from the scene of the crime to the getaway car. Another acquaintance explained to the police that Dan used to be involved with a fanatic religious sect based on his description authorities pulled the images of four possible cult members without hesitation. The witness identified Blaine Aplin as the primary suspect. Blaine. Also left another clue at the crime scene a collection of discarded shell casings though Chris and Blaine had wiped the casings of their. Investigators discerned the type of gun used it was a glock nine millimeter. If they could find it, they'd have their murderer all signs pointed to the gatekeepers but their whereabouts were unclear investigators entered the cult members, credit cards, and other information into a national database. Then they waited Chris and Blaine thought they'd gotten off Scot free feeling totally backed by God they went back to San Diego and stepped up their criminal activity. They robbed what they considered to be evil businesses usually taking a few hundred bucks from each establishment in June nineteen, ninety eight, the authorities finally got a hit a wife of one of the male cult members used. Her Social Security number at a postal store in Carlsbad California just north of San Diego this confirmed the colts location on the Indian reservation. Then in July thirty, four year old Chris and twenty-seven-year-old Blaine entered the risque lingerie store in San Diego, wearing wigs and sunglasses. Once inside, they held a young model at gunpoint, they demanded she fork over her cash when she refused Chris and Blaine handcuffed her stole her earrings and made a run for it fleeing the scene. Chris. Made an illegal turn sped off a radically right away. He was spotted by San Diego PD officer Leonard. Laughter. Officer. Leffler was hosting his young nephew on civilian ride along. To show him the ropes Leffler radioed in for a license plate check. Then he flipped the Siren and trailed the speeding duo officer leffler tried to pull the men over to no avail. He followed Chris and Blaine onto the interstate suddenly the officer and his nephew heard a gunshot. Then another Leffler called for backup blamed pocketed his pistol and grabbed the loaded AK47 from the backseat he fired relentlessly at the officer in the kid penetrating their windshield to protect the child leffler pulled to the shoulder. But by then highway patrol and a few other city officers had arrived to take over three new cars trailed krizan Blaine until one officer was able to enact a pit maneuver forcing Chris and blame. To turn abruptly sideways Chris lost his hand on the vehicle and spun into the shoulder surrounded. The men didn't put up a fight and the police got there suspects immediately following the chase the cops took Chris and Blaine into custody identified the two criminals as the cult members. The mountlake terrace police had been enquiring after they discovered two revolvers a semiautomatic rifle with a scope in the men's possession. Finally, while padding blame down the cops found a glock nine millimeter pistol, it was just the piece of evidence. The Washington team had been looking for in addition to being accused of shooting at the San Diego Patrol car the men were charged for a string of California robberies attempted armed robberies and false. Imprisonment the authorities in San Diego contacted the investigators from mountlake terrace. The Washington team flew down to test the glock. It didn't take long to confirm the gun was Dan Jessica's murder weapon. With this physical evidence, the investigators could obtain the warrants they needed to search the Pala compound. A SWAT team was sent to the Desert House, and they found weapons everywhere. There were firearms in the living quarters and hidden in the bushes. The garage was full of handguns and AK47's by catching Chris. Then the police felt they had prevented a much more violent act in the future this might explain why visitors didn't rush to see Chris in jail Blaine on the other hand was quickly visited by his parents who Travelled down to see their saen during their visit. Blame was STOIC. He seemed slightly remorseful but he told his parents, God made him kill Dan Jess. He said the Lord wouldn't let him rot in jail blades parents knew he was caught in crisis snare. They tried to reason with their boy but Blaine wouldn't have it. He stood up and left escorted from the room by the guards from their prison cells Chris and Blaine awaited their trials. Justice was swift as they were soon convicted of seventeen felonies in California alone. Blaine was sentenced to one hundred one years in prison while Chris. TURGEON was sentenced to nine years after facing justice in San Diego. They were transported to Washington for the homicide hearing. Throughout the Trial Chris Sat Upright Confident, the Lord was on his side he testified to hearing God's Voice instruct him to carry out Dan's execution. Almost all courts consider this type of hallucination as a sign of mental illness but Chris refused insanity pleas instead Chris insisted God's commandment to kill. Dan was real though passionate about his claims he seemed sane in every other respect according to Linda Ross Myers article in the pace law review entitled unreasonable revelations God told Me To kill divine revelation is the only sign of unusual cognition. In this case, the two murderers seemed to be following traditional religious doctrines for evaluating their divine communications including being filled with hope and passion after being given instruction and feeling at. Peace with your actions at the trial Chris and blamed testified that together they had prayed and asked God to stop them. If they were on the wrong path, they even told the court, God sent them seven rainbows though Chris Dawn his defense throughout the trial Blaine apologized again, and again, he described intense feelings of remorse for taking his innocent friends life. Ultimately, his defense laid out that Blaine was deceived and manipulated by a masterful psychopath Christopher turgeon. The defense's psychiatrist testified that Blaine new his acts were illegal but they couldn't say whether or not he possessed the ability to tell right from wrong. Still the jury rejected his plea of Insanity convicting him of first degree murder Chris on the other hand put. On quite a show in court he said his defense team who tried to prove his insanity was working for Satan, he maintained he was.

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"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

Cults

05:30 min | 10 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

"A terrible mistake thinking what if they were right but in his heart of hearts Dan New Chris sent the gatekeepers weren't trade. He turned to his childhood friends for help with rehabilitating his faith they prayed with him for hours. Slowly, Dan repaired his spiritual practice. He found a new job and work to adopt a more outlook on March twenty seventh nineteen, Ninety, eight, forty year old Dan just went to see a friend and pick up a new Bible. Dan said I know what? It's like to have the peace of God and love in me. Around that same time, Dan received a phone call from the bank. He was implicated as having signed a bum check. Immediately, he called Chris. Dan told Chris he didn't agree with sex continued criminal activity. He said his God wouldn't condone that dishonesty. He wanted no part of hurting others even if they were wicked Chris. Likely. Insisted there would be hell to pay have. Dan. Didn't join the group Paula that's when Dan called Chris a false prophet Dan said if Chris didn't leave him be he would let the police know about the group's transgressions. Those in the House with Chris Remember him being unusually Andri after the call fuming Chris called an emergency meeting up the gatekeepers he told them Dan was going to disclose they're frauds and location in a panic. He ran to the piano to summon the word of God Chris hit the keys hard as gods sang through him. He called on the gatekeepers to destroy their number one enemy Dan jess suddenly. Year Old Blaine. APLIN. Jumped up. He confessed God told him to shoot Dan Jess. The other members erupted with praise and blame just kept singing. This is God's will. This is God's will as they sped up the interstate that spring morning in nineteen, Ninety, eight, thirty, four, year, old Chris blasted Christian speed metal. He was psyching Blaine up to carry out God's. Mission but blamed didn't seem to hear the music instead he kept mumbling his mantra. This is God's will. This is God's will clad in camouflage. Chris was cool as a cucumber by the time they crossed the Oregon Washington border they've been driving for about sixteen hours straight but Blaine couldn't sit still he begged God for a sign anything the skies opened up. Their beat up sedan kicked up lots of water but they drove on when Chris finally pulled off the highway. The threat of rain had subsided. The men made their way to mountlake terrace though it was barely dawn Blaine got the sign he'd been hoping for through the windshield. The men saw the sky light up with the most beautiful hughes cutting the horizon was a rainbow. This was the undeniable signal from God. Blaine. Needed excited. He chanted this is God's will. This is God's will Chris and Blaine pulled up to an old trailer park behind a dilapidated house it was still. So early the street was silent except for the slow drip of residual rain on the trailers Tin Awning. Chris Part Blaine got out of the car and made his way to the trailer door. A few seconds past before Blaine, her to rustling inside within a minute. Dan. Jess, opened the. Though half asleep he was genuinely pleased to see his friend but blame looked distraught Dan asked if he was okay Blaine could only nod but not convincingly. He said he needed help that Chris was out of control. Dance Eyes Widen with empathy having recently struggled to cut ties himself. He assumed to know what Blaine must have been going through. He wanted to invite his friend in and calm him. But. He wouldn't get the chance blame raised his glock nine millimeter pistol and sent several bullets racing into Dan's body. He watched his friend hit the floor in shock. He stood in the doorway looking at the corpse. It wasn't until the site of Dan's blood him that Blaine came to and bolted for the getaway car. Up Next Chris and Blaine stand trial for the murder of Dan Jess. With more free time, my hands I've been playing my new favorite puzzle game best fiends quite a bit lately it's a classic match three game and it's lots of fun best fiends is a casual game that anybody can play. It takes place in the world of Minutia at it has all these cute characters. The fiends best beans has thousands of challenging puzzles to. Solve and each day I play I, get a free daily gift which I love each month new levels, events and challenges are added. So it always feels fresh and never pouring and you don't even need the Internet to play. You can play as long as you want without having to worry about Wi fi access or using cell data. I really think you like it. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Trust me with over one hundred, million downloads. This five star rated mobile puzzle game is a must play download best fiends free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best scenes..

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"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

Cults

08:10 min | 10 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

"Now back to the story by Nineteen Ninety three, twenty, nine year old preacher Chris turgeon was growing his casual Bible, study group. The gatekeepers in his small apartment though generally disarming the young religious leader had started to exhibit characteristics that some saw as dangerous Chris tergence church consisted of a few voted families and three minute. Their early twenties made up the core of the cult they receive Chapman Blaine Aplin and Brian Stevens the three of them were vulnerable and Chris. Was There Blaine Aplin was addicted to alcohol and drugs and looking for help chapman had low self esteem and no career prospects Stevens had no idea what he wanted to do. He was still in college and searching for greater meaning Dan Jess a man almost fifteen years older than the others was another key member. He was a former marine also looking for meaning in his life. All of these men needed guidance and Chris was the only one offering it to them. The group also included some of the men's wives and young children all in the total number of congregants in Chris's flock grew to between fifteen and twenty five members. But what they lacked in size they made up for in devotion to Chris Chris controlled everything the gatekeepers did he monitored what they said and what they were allowed to watch on television even determined who they could marry and when they were allowed to hold a ceremony by the end of nineteen ninety-three, Chris had managed to isolate his flock from their friends and family members. He wanted to pit his tiny army of disciples against the evil world and ensure their dependence on him. To cement their loyalty he shared an important story. This likely made the gatekeepers feel special like they were part of some divine mission. He told them God wants came to him and said, you are the Elijah to come I did not allow your father to kill you or your mother to kill you. You are to bring a message of restoration and judgment on this world in the Old Testament. Elisha was a vessel through which God performed many miracles. The profit brought a dead boy back to life and some in fire from the skies he was also one of the only people able to pass through the. Gates of Heaven Alive Chris also told the group Elijah was God's law enforcer and the God wanted them to kill the wicked to him that meant the deaths of those in the LGBTQ plus community healthcare workers who facilitated abortions and witches which seemed to be his blanket term for anyone who supported women's rights. She even decided that people who casually read their horoscopes were on the gatekeepers plunder list but Chris wouldn't just tell his minions about these evil tours. He presented God's vision in Song whenever he had an important message to deliver he off his chair sat with his musical instrument and welcomed Elijah's spirit as he. Started to play like the Pied Piper Chris Played Eerie Tunes and Sang indecipherable lyrics. The ritual was his version of speaking in tongues but if anyone questioned his teachings, Chris, threatened them with eternal damnation. In fact, he often lost patience with the groups child members for asking too many questions and the penalties for acting against the prophet were harsh according to some accounts one night he allegedly ordered the gatekeepers to line up their kids single file than he had their parents beat them hard with paddles even family pets weren't free from Chris's violent bidding. One story claims that when a dog scratched him while playing. Fetch Chris. Had the animal shot shortly after Kris began teaching that the Holy Father urged certain infractions as a way to eradicate evil in the world. Then Chris, laid out plans for the gatekeepers to commit fraud and theft assuring his followers that God wouldn't let them go to jail with Christ behind them. They gatekeepers had no problems swiping food from liquor stores pickpocketing or beating up in this and people to get the cash they needed. They thought they were doing God's work but in reality there, thefts and indiscretions were just away to subsidize Chris's latest plot amassing an arsenal of weapons intended to protect his group from the apocalypse. By nineteen, ninety, six, thirty, two, year old. Chris was reciting passages from right wing survivalist literature almost as much as he quoted scripture his desire to arm the group became an obsession. Many of Chris's sermons were drawn from the book of revelation. His lessons highlighted the apocalypse one day Chris told the group God wanted the gatekeepers to declare war on the government without hesitation most members agreed to the mission but one member didn't accept Chris's ominous rhetoric and the resulting criminal activity. It was the ex Marine Dan Jess Dan believed in a loving God and questioned the version who spoke through Chris Dan voiced his dissent but Chris shut him down saying if he wasn't with the gatekeepers he was against them. Dan Did, what he felt was right and excommunicated himself from Chris's Church dense departure left Chris feeling endangered though Dan had done nothing to inspire it Chris obsessed over the thought of someone reporting the group to child protective services. So in fall of nineteen ninety-seven, thirty-three-year-old Kris told the remaining gatekeepers they were moving to a town called Paula located forty miles north of San Diego. California Chris found a home in the middle of nowhere situated on five acres of a vast Indian reservation. They're the gatekeepers basked in unbeatable privacy and all shared the same. Chris secured the property by building a high chain link fence but new compound consisted at the house, a chicken coop and a few rickety storage sheds from here. Chris could protect the gatekeepers from the influence of outsiders because the outside world posed such a threat to the sect. Both men and women carried weapons with them at all times, guns and other end days provisions were hidden throughout the property to cover the costs of their basic needs. The gatekeeper is sometimes broke rubber checks that collected to pay. Their rent and ignored their bills again Chris used bits of scripture like eye for eye or tooth for tooth to convince his devotees that they deserve to take the property of the wicked in order to survive members had to agree with Chris, they depended on their leader for shelter food for themselves and their children, and even for emotional support. Chris successfully fostered their utter dependence on him with the exception of course of Dan. Jess. Dan was a low key guy, a forty year old often described as. A gentle giant who wouldn't hurt a fly get always been deeply spiritual even before joining the gatekeepers and while the enjoy the Camaraderie of the faithful members, he felt their mission had gone awry when the gatekeepers skipped town Dan was left confused about his beliefs he tried to reintegrate among old friends calling people. He hadn't seen since he joined the sacked a couple of years prior struggling with his faith after his departure from the group he told one front he thought about just giving up for Dan. Staying away proved to be almost as hard as witnessing the groups corruption and these thoughts are normal for former cult members according to Marlene L. leaving the fold means the loss of friends and family support at a crucial time of personal transition leaving also means debilitating anxiety grief and anger. Furthermore, the phobia indoctrination makes it difficult to avoid the stabbing thought that one is made.

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"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

Cults

03:05 min | 10 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

"To salvation. He said, he was the sole gatekeeper to their spiritual evolution and only he. Could answer their questions about sanctity. If his congregants grew skeptical, he would simply remind them that he was the one who spoke with God. He said the Lord showed Him a vision of the apocalypse. He warned his followers that the world as they knew, it would end in twenty two years on March twenty second two, thousand four they were either with him and God or they would end up in hell. Next Chris turgeon's radical teachings lead to radical violence. Pi It's Greg podcast has a brand new series. Sure to become your next podcast obsession. It's called medical murders and it exposes a dark and disturbing diagnosis that not every doctor wants to extend your life. Every Wednesday medical murders introduces you to the worst to the medical community has to offer men. Women took an oath to save lives, but instead use their expertise to develop more sinister specialties. Join? Host. Alistair burden has he examines the formative years and motives of history's most infamous killers dissecting their medical backgrounds with expert analysis and professional insight provided by practicing MD Dr David Kipper. You'll investigate a wide range of heinous healthcare workers like the general practitioner believed to be the most prolific serial killer in modern history for the dentists to lead a double life as a Hitman or even the doctrine gang member who mixed deadly potions for unhappy housewives to use in their husbands. When it comes to these true crime stories. The only thing the doctor ordered is murder. Follow medical murders free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. This episode of calls is brought to you by simply safe. Simply, safe was designed to be easy to use while protecting your whole home twenty, four, seven, order it online with the click of a button when my box arrived I was able to get started on it right away. I didn't have to wait around for a technician to install it. The, directions are very clear and easy to follow. I just had a place the sensors plugged in and connected to my Wifi I headed up and running in no time. One of the things I was happy to discover is that simply safe offers water leakage sensors as well as why you're in carbon monoxide alarms as add ons at those features to their twenty, four, seven professional monitoring and emergency dispatch, which starts at just fifty cents a day and your home is pretty well protected. It's no surprise that simply safe.

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

Cults

07:41 min | 10 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

"Biological father was a strong. Coo beat his mother Lucky for Chris. Father? Didn't stick around. When Chris was still young, his mother met his stepfather Edward. Turgeon, was a relatively decent man who adopted Chris and his two siblings. Edward Love the children, but took a special interest in Chris when they bonded over. Music. Edward can recall Chris's many school concerts where he played the saxophone and clarinet. Edward. Remembered, Chris as a quiet child with a short attention span who kept to himself as a teenager friends used to call Chris Opie a shout out to the kid from the Andy Griffith show in his free time he spent hours reading the Bible alone in his room. While the rest of Chris's earliest years remain a total mystery. We do know he left home to attend a Bible College around Nineteen eighty-three at nineteen years. Old Chris knew the Bible inside and out classmates often came to him for life advice and he had a knack for coding just the right piece of scripture to help. Chris was also known for his musical talent whenever you got the chance he sat in the campus quad playing his saxophone students gathered to hear his jazzy renditions of their favorite hymns while he didn't advertise it to his schoolmates. When Chris Started College, he heard the Voice of God. Early in his first fall semester, he locked himself in his dorm room to read the Bible cover to cover out of nowhere everything went dark a pinprick of light illuminated a passage from hezekiel thirty, three, thirty, three. And they shall know a prophet has been among them. Then the Lord appeared to tell Chris that he was the reincarnation of the Prophet Elijah God said he was chosen to prepare Christians for judgment and I Chris wondered if he was dreaming but then he heard God's voice a few nights later affirming that he was meant to lead clerics life Vanessa's going to take over and let psychology here, and throughout the episode please note Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist, but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks. Greg. For the British Psychological Society Researchers Simon McCarthy. and. Long note that hearing God's voice has often been interpreted as a symptom of brain disease synonymous with schizophrenia while Chris believed, visions were genuine. He was aware that others might think he was psychotic afraid others would mock him. Chris initially kept the divine visions to himself fresh out of College Chris took the Lord's message to heart and started preaching wherever he could. He made his way around the garden variety suburbs of Seattle. But he had trouble finding stable pastoral work at a church Chris needed to make money somehow and eventually found a job managing a. Small apartment complex in Everett Washington just outside of Seattle Chris's life remained relatively uninteresting until around nineteen ninety one when God began speaking to twenty-seven-year-old Chris turgeon. Once again, according to Chris God ordered him to form his own church right there in his little apartment Chris reached out to a handful of guys he'd connected with around town and invited them to participate in a casual Bible study. Group they met regularly and Chris called the congregation to be a a saw prophetic ministries in Hebrew that meant to act with God's love intent on growing his congregation. Chris. Tenants to attend group meetings while recruitment wasn't his strong suit. A couple of lost souls accepted Chris's invitations. The seven members that joined felt soothed by his presence. Chris Listen Dan feigned concern he offered his members thoughtful responses when they asked about the meaning of life for where loved one went after they died not only was he comforting to his mini flock but he made gathering for a Haba Assam meetings fun. He offered snacks and played biblical Trivia Games some members recalled that Convening in Chris's apartment felt like a family get together as the new preacher in town. Chris made a lasting impression on local pastors disappears admitted. He was articulate and well versed in scripture but they were concerned Chris seemed to centrist message on destruction in the final days. This worried some preachers it seemed Chris pushed all the right buttons to get his congregation to depend on. Him instead of God the more Chris Claim to hear the Lord's speak the more he claimed that he alone could sense. God's will on Earth Chris then tightened his grip over his church members by implementing strict rules. He even dictated when they could engage in intimate acts or what television they could watch the members trusted Chris. So they complied Chris tried to expand his church. By poaching congregants from the neighborhood clergy earning him much of their ir, but it seem that may have only felt empowered by the competitions disapproval as it meant, he was getting noticed Chris escalated the disagreement in nineteen ninety two when he claimed that the local church's teachings were deviant that he warned church leaders that Jesus instructed him that a mighty wind would set Washington churches. Aflame later that same year Chris's prophecies began to come true churches started burning down around Seattle suburbs devastating the parishioners even churches increases own neighborhood were affected one night. The streets near Christmas apartment complex were filled with a warm glow. It's possible to imagine Chris Waking Up to the light through his window their foot he might have stepped out the front door as a hungry. Fire devoured the roof of the church down the street he couldn't help. But SMIRK, he said they were all damned but nobody listen and now the Lord's wrath brought smoke and flames to Chris the destruction wrought by the serial arsonist was affirmation of his creators message while other passengers were comforting frightened congregants. Chris used the tragedies as marketing opportunity. Chris told his followers to recruit. As many people as they could one area preacher called the local papers to out Chris for his total lack of sensitivity. But the time media criticism didn't stop his exploitative response to the devastation though Chris was in no way responsible for the acts of arson he did exhibit a blatant disregard for the people who had been affected by the tragedies and by early nineteen ninety-three. As, his congregation grew in size twenty, nine year old Chris's teachings grew more radical. He constantly gave sermons about the end of days. He routinely preached about male dominance over women considering feminism and abomination. You also had an intense hatred for homosexuals and he condemned almost any alternative point of view. His clerical peers were deeply concerned in fact, one pastor called him a dangerous man. Instead of worrying about his reputation among other men of God Chris Focused on spinning his influence to snare those who came to hear him preach sometime after the fires subsided, he changed the name of his ministry to the gatekeepers Kris, told his followers that they were chosen by God as the keepers of the gate.

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"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

Cults

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Cults

"The graphic nature of this cult's crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of abuse and murder that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Dawn wasn't wet on March twenty, nine, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight. This was the norm for the sleepy hamlet of mountlake terrace on Washington's puget sound but thirty, four year old Chris Turgeon and twenty seven year old Blaine Aplin didn't notice the rain they were deep in thought preparing to carry out God's latest demand Blaine had spent the roughly nineteen hour drive from San Diego California manically praying from the passenger seat. He studied his spiritual leader who seemed so calm. So focused Blaine wondered why he couldn't match Chris's serenity. He begged God for a sign as the pair near their old neighborhood Blaine. saw it a magnificent rainbow. Chris claimed it was a sign from God that they were on the right path. It seemed it would be blessed journey. Finally, they reached their old friends trailer after a day of non-stop Driving Chris only managed to not to blame as if to say, it's now or Never Blaine exited the car with each step blades prayers intensified. He muttered it's God's will. It's God's will he knocked on the door and his old buddy Dan? Jess opened up Boyne said Dan I need your help Dan smiled and his eyes overflowed with sympathy for his estranged friend. But before he could welcome him in blame put a pin stole to his.

"turgeon" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"turgeon" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"In. He sees Mark Turgeon, that the pride of Topeka Kansas I basketball memories what? Oh Gosh Probably playing in the driveway with my dad My brother was my first memory. My Dad was a good player in. Trouble between his legs and we're always trying to dribble I. Kim Chase Chase a ball between his leg so I. Probably you know three or four years old. remembering you know back then I had four siblings, your brother older or younger than you. Older brother older sister than two younger sisters. Okay, so you're older brother. What was your guys relationship like like, was he? Was He your idol? was he mean to you like what was what was growing up? I think there's a little bit everything. He was an idol You know because he wanted to do what he was doing I think he made me tougher because he was at times. Mean but like the hanging around. Friends with friends were two years older. We always out you know. Claim some type of sport. so I think it Kinda helped me grow up quicker. Be a little bit tougher you know throughout the process, but you always trying to. Do you know what he did? And he was always real protective of me, too. I remember that at the child was always. Looking after me and making sure, I was in good shape. When was the? was there a moment? When you're like I? Basketball is my jam. Because you weren't you weren't big. I mean you're not big now. You weren't big growing up. I'm just. was there a moment you're like this is what I WANNA do. Yeah only liked it. you know like you said. I rephrase that always loved it I. Always remember playing basketball all the time whenever I could. I was outside, playing, basketball, but Probably, didn't you know I was pretty young pretty good at a young age and then everybody pass me by and Group has me I think it was probably. towards the end of my junior high school I was like okay..

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BREAKING: Sabrina Ionescu of Oregon headlines AP women’s basketball All-America team.

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

BREAKING: Sabrina Ionescu of Oregon headlines AP women’s basketball All-America team.

"That today was the day the NCAA men's basketball tournament was supposed to get in full gear member brackets on the fives those twelve thirty starts Maryland is one of those many schools saying what it banned winded coach mark Turgeon no this team was special I think it's one we won at Indiana I was like okay there's something in this group and then they continue to to do it Illinois and then at Michigan state and then them unbelievable comeback in Minnesota in consolation I've been tweeting super awesome bracket caps remember those from the last decade today were on the twenty sixteen season and tournament when Villanova won it all and Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe watched his Cavaliers crumble to another school wearing orange we're tweeting it D. AV press two if you were

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"turgeon" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"turgeon" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Business Turgeon's owners say the meetings are meant to be purely educational but employees of characterize them as being explicitly anti union there's a lot of the sort of misleading sneaky like one for mate misinformation being dispersed in these meetings we go in with five people and then the union busting consultant it will this sort of pretend to be giving a class or they really tried to like appear like they are being a neutral I just helpful person offering some information about labor law and you know they like to bring out a big white board you're awesome diagrams for as about how joining a union is like that are going to be bad for us in day in and they get all the speaking time at the very end they offered to take questions and then I saw that our questions like identified some like pretty serious flaws in their arguments and then abruptly ended the meeting on this accusing us of personal attacks just being here to start problems of being divisive and Robertson came out publicly against the union in March they said that while they're generally pro union they want to keep thirteen a union free workplace because they offer quote competitive wages and benefits and quote a creative work environment they also claim that their business is infiltrated by a professional union organizer the multiple employees have stressed that the so called infiltrator has only been with the company for three months and it talks of unionization began over a year ago gagnant on the other pro union workers say they need a union to bargain over wages paid sick leave and working conditions mostly what we're looking for is I think a seat at the table you know the bakery doesn't have air conditioning and like all summer last summer like a lot of us were working in like temperatures that were like you know it's like over a hundred degrees in there and it's bad enough for like front of house and then I think about like the bakers are like literally standing over the ovens and that's something that's important to me to I think like just thinking about working conditions and like people's like health employees at the San Francisco locations vote Thursday March twelfth employees at the Berkeley location vote Friday March thirteenth the election will be supervised by the national labor relations board they need fifty percent of their employees plus one per and that report from.

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Maryland isn’t hiding from the hype entering Michigan State showdown

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Maryland isn’t hiding from the hype entering Michigan State showdown

"AM College Park will be the center of the college basketball universe tomorrow as ESPN's college gameday will be live for Xfinity center in the morning then at eight o'clock it'll be the ninth ranked Terps face the twenty fourth right Michigan state Spartans a win for Meryl no art at least a share of their first ever big ten title head coach mark Turgeon though isn't focusing on title talk well wait we're announcing we've handled everything it's about Michigan state we we don't get too high don't get too low for a lock in on Michigan state and do the best we can on we talk about small opportunities lead to big ones so tomorrow's game will smell feel like us you know small opportunity but it's Michigan state we just got a little lock in on them and try to figure out a way to win the game and then the rest takes care of itself Maryland's won ten of eleven also be Michigan state at Michigan state a

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"turgeon" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

12:40 min | 1 year ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"The code courtside to receive a one time offer of ten percent off five hour energy energy on the go. They mark. Turgid. Look Seth you were their first time they played. Cowan took over late. Now it's going to be Maryland. Who has a tough stretch by the way they've got Minnesota as coach just said at Minnesota? Then they've got to come back and in a revenge type game with Michigan State and we all know that coaches will have his crew ready but said what do you expect after being there for game. One it's interesting. Three Games in game one game. First Half Maryland dominated game knocked Michigan State back dominated the glass the Michigan State Defense. The only two guys that showed up in the first half offensive Michigan State would caches Winston and Xavier telman and basically in ball screens. Where cash just read to make really good pocket passes. They got absolutely tortured physically. Just out tough. They didn't guard the Ball Michigan State. They didn't rebound the basketball at no one else stepped up second half starts and all of a sudden rocket makes a couple of shots. More guys got involved. Offensively THEY STARTED. Compete defensively rebound. The ball did a good job. Defending Cowan and some of the ball screen actions would stick. There are seven points a legitimate. This is exactly what they're seven points with. I think two minutes to go. I'm turning to restate. Its and say I don't think that Marilyn can score seven points in two minutes and then it was like Bam. I mean it was Cowan. Three Smith three count. Three three again game was over within. A Merrill probably dominated the game. Twenty five minutes of the game. Michigan State competed about fifteen. I mean you know Tom. Toms are going to say we got a check. People got a rebound the ball. We got to figure out what the Hell we're doing. You know with Cowan late in late game and late clock. I think it's going to be an absolutely incredible game but not Maryland. Step that game wiggins that up in that game. Y'All stepped up in that game You know you had guys contribute off the bench and make shots in Maryland. Make shots there. Good second half. Those guys didn't impact the game but Mariano Rivera. Anthony Calvin did at the end of the game. So it's GONNA be. I think it'd be a blast credible atmosphere and to really good teams and I agree in watching Maryland all year. The one thing that that coach Turgid did say right there was when that technical came and they lost cow and he said you know Dan. We've one game like this all year and I'm telling you they had I'm going back to Orlando in November where they would get down in the first half and sometimes look putrid and then the second half was either a one game it was yellow but it was mostly. Cowan and that really hasn't changed. I think they they. They need to get off to a fairly good starter. I always you know people always say. Look Kita game is a good start. Okay I mean the key to game is just playing really well the entire game right and but I do think that for Maryland. You can only do agree with this. You can only come back so many times from bad half against good teams. You're like you can do it in some of these non conference right percent against good teams. Now Yeah hundred. Hundred only have so many boats. I mean like you only have somebody who those runs and those stops it no matter how and it starts on the defensive as you know and they are they are really good defensive sitting there watching that first half court side like just watching the game like not not as fair or you know little analytically but the new right in front of you. They are really really good. Defensively I mean and you know I used to work connected or whatever the news with everyone. I mean they work together. I mean they talk. You can see him talking there. Point They were covering their their alert. All the things you want a good defense and their long excluding Anthony Cowan there long. I mean more cell is long and and and you know they've got some Scott is is physical he's kind of a little bit like the x factor to me. I think Scott is really really really good really really good. I said let me let me go through a couple of things Kentucky. I think sportscenter on Tuesday here did a thing about no one's talking about Kentucky and I agree but we go back to what we said earlier in the podcast. I don't know that anybody's playing better than Kentucky other than maybe. Kansas says there are only a five and a half point favorite at Texas am. I'm telling you one of things is going to happen for me and my listeners. Today Seth and maybe people that if they get this by before the Kentucky game we're either going to get so filthy rich or we're going to be homeless broke because that's the lock of the Century Kentucky. Going in their mind is five and a half. Because I Kentucky's playing really well and I think Kentucky whatever you want to win they can win it right now in my opinion anything. Here's National Championship. Hockey's five Kentucky's playing really. Well defensively really well defensively but offensively at times they get to a crawl and at times when they get in foul trouble. They get stuck in times. Nick Richards is ignored at times. He didn't have the rebound he and he comes in for rebound the other day and I have so like I'm all I I I agree I think Kentucky's a team that can go really deep. They've gotta get more creative offensively They cannot get in foul trouble Especially Hagans now can they disruptor yes but at wallet disrupting. Do they protect the rim? I mean the other day it was it was Nick Richardson. The second half just blocking out the Sun But at times let people play with them. They people play with them and at times late in the game. I'll tell you one thing I know you're stone cold. Lock but late in the game. You know one thing about how he short in that game he ain't going from he ain't going from from six to fifteen I'm. He's going right at circle to circle three run manual quickly off those bumps on the baseline every once in a while. Get MIDDLE PENETRATION OR FA-. I mean the game's GonNa get shorter. Manual quickly should be the conversation for SEC player of the year because he shows up every night every stinking night he shows up now Mason Jones. Nick Richards needs to be the conversation as well but a manual quickly has had an incredible. You know even talking about let me ask you about a couple of teams and just just get your thoughts you were. There were North Carolina State beat Duke and beat them bad they go to North Carolina tonight. Tuesday night your thoughts on North Carolina state clearly bubble team airs deal. They don't win tonight done right. You got you got you got about. I mean simple you playing against a Carolina team that you know as some pounds. I Dunno garrison Brooks is playing today or not and can give you problems and you know Co Avenue. I think is he's an F. to me I I'm not. I'm not an NBA draft guru. But like tell me the one thing he does really well we we saw all of our selves and look. I love that. He came back and played. I absolutely love it but then I look at his game. He's strong yes. He is strong But I don't look at one thing and say well as you can make the game easier for anyone else's e great shooter. He does play contact. is you disruptive defender But this is a game that this is a game that NC STATE. Look you got mark. Johnson I called my senior games. Mario Johnson CJ rights you wanted to the NCAA tournament Goldwyn Escape Right Right. I mean Oklahoma placed Texas tech same thing Texas. I don't and Oklahoma. I don't see Oklahoma being in there. They might be a lock in the end simply tournament because the field is so messed up. But I mean like Oklahoma doesn't doesn't excite me. I mean like they will win against Minnesota they lost to Stanford they lost Wichita state they lost to Creighton. I mean who were there? Who Were there? Marquee wins lost at Iowa State lost to Kansas lost at Baylor they beat Tcu. They lost at Kansas State. They beat Oklahoma state. I'd like like they start winning some games. They're like West. Virginia they got. I mean like West. Virginia they gotTA figure out how to score. I mean you know Texas tech the same thing but I I think Texas Texas better shape. At least they have. Texas Tech. Has Quality Wins by. Take MY MEMPHIS MEMPHIS now. They've got a lot of games. They got a lot of games. They got to win a lot of games. You by James Month did you. By James Wiseman moaning about his punishment was unfair on your show now. I didn't buy that at all but we didn't really get into that because it was hijacked but no not at all no. Because here's the thing I mean memphis screw decade because Memphis. All they had to do. Is You know basically yet right. You know. It's the rule we like it or not like it. But that's throwaway understand that We're going to deal with it. Appeal it may be the number of games. They probably would have got four games to thing would wise when the other thing with wiseman things so he is a very bright kid very nice kid but like the way that works. He didn't have to pay the fifteen thousand dollars back in one something if he if he gets two hundred dollars back through his special assistants or across the attendance or pell grant receiving it and mentally abused at the end of his eligibility. He would have have paid it back soon. He played his last game. He's signing a shoe contract. He signed with the money. Managers signing with an agent. He could have paid the money back in Memphis could have kept all the winds and he probably would have missed four games but no memphis decided puff their chest out and think they were changing the world but the rules rules at basically Memphis. Screw the kid. What happened was once. He was deemed ineligible and didn't play. They went on the road and played a bunch of games and he was separated from his team. And then you know what happens when a player that's Algebra or something separate from his team he doesn't feel part of it and that's exactly what happened. Then all of a sudden static around him happens in and what happened what he he. He's a very nice kid. He came into the American camp. We add he's really pleasant kid that I think the President of Memphis absolutely screw them no conversation because they were gonNA take they they. They made this big deal by taking the NC Double A. On May come on me and you said at the time you said at the time you got to have some rules you got. You can't have chaos Rosetta rolls until and I did a game with the other day Yukon. I was real. I thoroughly enjoyed talking ball. Hardaway thoroughly enjoyed talking ball. He knows the history of the game. He cares about it. I just think he got. They got caught up. You know wanted to add Memphis understood. The business of college basketball and and that fight was not they were not win that fight and they hurt the kid of college basket. Did the business of so. You're saying Memphis hurt the kid not the business of college basketball. What method because they didn't understand business college basketball because they thought something that couldn't win the name and they tried to grandstand it and the President of Memphis. I thought he was going to his chest. Out on your. I'm doing what's right for and in the end he he hurt his own school. And you hurt the kid. The kid will be fine. I think the kids number will pick in the draft. I mean me too. That's me. I think he's up. You look at upside and it's an upside. I look at you know Anthony Edwards gets docking. Ever Goes ooh look at that he gets a dunk But like you got to know how to play. You GotTa be a playoff ball screens. He got you know I mean like he's a he's a tremendous prospect at Theodore's he's not bounded and Mitchell. I mean because you'd Donovan Mitchell. When he when he came out he had a much better feel for the game. That's interesting because a lot of people are talking about ball. Nobody's ever some guys are talking about. Lamelo ball and no one's ever seen him so I don't look at my. We're yeah okay fine but I mean I lies meant to me if he got screwed. Then you gotTa sometimes look at the people around. Hey Seth let me. Let.

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No. 7 Maryland beats Northwestern 76-67 for 9th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

No. 7 Maryland beats Northwestern 76-67 for 9th straight win

"James Smith recorded his ninth consecutive double double with twenty two points and nineteen rebounds lead seven Frank Maryland was seventy six sixty seven went over northwestern it was Maryland's nine straight win the Turks improved to twenty two and four overall in twelve and three atop the Big Ten Conference standings term said coach mark Turgeon says first place in the conference is good but there's more work to do we're not going to get caught up in ourselves because were at Ohio state were at Minnesota Michigan said home at rockers Michigan and Ohio state Michigan back to plan the way they were planned so we got a lock in get better and do the best we can but it's nice to be in on top right now Anthony callin chipped in with nineteen was nine of eleven from the foul line Craig heist College Park Maryland

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"turgeon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"turgeon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Our story slam in New Orleans where Chris Turgeon is a native he lives in the Holy Cross neighborhood of the lower ninth ward he said an interesting career working his way through college as a dining room captain at commander's palace later becoming an account executive but especially relevant to this story he was a high school English teacher who also coached football power lifting here's Chris sturgeon no you month so course you're on our family lot of people in the south had big family Bible we have a big Webster's dictionary so when I said delusions I looked on the delusion is a fixed fake believe that's resistant to fat or the truth and when you dilute its to deceive order you to deliberately mislead the mind of the judgments are not you know you think better delusions not such a positive connotation so a positive my life with my kids and I had a daughter first in three years later the sun and having two uncles one in the NBA one of the NFL and have them play ball myself I I I I had this being shut down the son of David you know this guy's like NFL bound and so about age too I guess his his sister and her friends when let him play with them so they gave him so if you want to play Barbie Williams and they give one Barbie with no clothes in one arm and so he took he took paper towels and napkins and folder and may they may I make formal gowns and stuff Sir again building also dresses so let's you know good dexterity for his fingers for when he's you know jelqing quarterbacks in the ice is facing we got so yeah yeah we got a little bigger and bigger he got better it's it's those sorts of the bar everything you know we could you GI Joe and he got a couple of scars from my wife and GI Joe had a fabulous sorry really nice pancer ensemble and so as you know at school he was pretty greater than so you know we we were doing as he ate some official in may and is a hard for some all guy you know and when love being with may we goes yes ma'am weekends at the camp and do all that good stuff go to ball games with me and so he wants your karate I'm like yes Gloria says I kicking everyone's **** is huge and really strong and winning all the times I he's he's doing his forms and that said this is great and then I hear ya she's got like my wife's disco thing is busting moves in front of the mirror and we're gonna is dancing around as I said school once again and and sorry I I was I was raised county my parents my mom was called professor there was it to the British and they were really liberal so their three sons come up while becoming conservative and it needs to work for them with their parents and so I was trying to you know delude your arm it was for me you know and and they're always trying to lose myself and so fine when Mardi Gras he said I he wanted to he made his own cost and so he you know he was a lot of bugs as Mardi Gras morning at like red shorts and you have this grey floral tunic top that he made and had was all piled up with you know all sorts of stuff hot glued on and so we're walking down from you know commanders out of the quarter and some queen the Cordy goes honey you're on your way okay this point you know the looting is really it's a wicked delusion is deception so you know the years running and it was on the flag team in high school and and I say yeah but look this into a girls on the team you know he hangs out with Courtney a lot right and and so then so what so one night my one of my wife's friends over and this is this gallery had a bottle of grey goose surgically implanted like in the side of her face and she says is in a great right a glance told everyone is gay seven others grave I'm just I'm thrilled about it and so you know there that night rice comes home and I said yes on the talent and and I said miss Deborah is there he has I said well in between vodka birds I got something about you've come out like music one winner the symbol you know basically I you know I love you and you when you and I drove it although seer performances and and and you know it's like I'm gonna love you one way or another you know and I really the point I was like deluding to protect Bryce is all about me I was like a kind of bulls you know prop two years and so I can embrace that you know and so he went on to come out and okay and went on a full theater scholarship to real exclusive Catholic University and he's now making costumes on Broadway he called me yesterday he said I'm making a dress for Jennifer Lawrence is one so you know he's like so he's he's like twenty five and living on the island and and I promise I wouldn't sell tali was six foot eight and he's like you know he's like working with the top dogs in the biggest in order to discussion shops in the New York and so I look back on that yes it you know what was so if if I was from if if I was resistant my fake firm belief to the truth or to to resume you've got to figure out you guys talk to guys a what what was this true the reason I have to which I was so resistant and realize that yeah I I I I spent a lot of years been a football coach you know and and and sales and so it was kind of a man's world manly man's world and the the truth was that hours of farmers to like the incredibly talented like incredibly fabulous game here and when I stop deluding myself and just let the love takeover it was all good thank you all god bless.

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Ohio State men's basketball team defeats Penn State 106-74

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Ohio State men's basketball team defeats Penn State 106-74

"Start about discussing Ohio state because the Buckeyes beat the absolute crap out of another quality opponent this weekend. Final Score Ohio state one. Oh six pin state seventy four. So that's a thirty. Two point win over a Penn State team that entered the game ranked twenty third at Kim. Palm the lines are now twenty six which means as of this moment Ohio state has three wins by at least twenty points over top fifty Kim pom teams and according to Hoop Visions Jordan sperber the rest of the country like the other three hundred and fifty two division one teams combined only have three wins by at least twenty points over top fifty Kim pom teams which means Ohio state has already done something three times that the entire rest of the country has only also done three times just incredible so Ohio state is now number five offensive offensive efficiency number two defensive efficiency number one it can palm number two it's Sagara number two in the CBS sports top twenty five and one norlander. Yeah I think you and I both knew it would be good because they returned some key pieces in Chris. Holtman is excellent. Did you think they'd be this good. They are killing people and now again again number. One Akin no not even close to not even close. Maybe that's a little too thick but Yeah Jordan Stat. I re tweeted. We did that on Saturday. That's that's a really really good one And in light of what the Buckeyes were able to do. Just wipe the floor with Penn State thoroughly and I you know that was a secondary TV game. But I did have it on. And then it was extremely impressive and Caleb Western has been the star of the team to this point in the season but you know as we mentioned on the On the Friday podcast they do have more than just him and digit carton is really coming. He's coming into his own I I like so much of what he's been able to do. So yeah I mean this is the best when I said that it was the best team in the big ten. And you said are you gonNA pretend like mark turgeon doesn't exist. You remember when that happened. I vaguely remember that. Yes and then remember how Maryland should've lost at home to Illinois and really had. We're not going to dedicate anytime on this podcast. That game because it was hideous Maryland had no business beating Illinois. Did you happen to catch any of that game. By the way they were down. Big Big big and I was stressed out because have a real impact on the twenty one but then a Anthony Cowan got going down. The stretch in Maryland escapes win is a win is a win win is a win and I am. I am driving the Cowan bus as you. Well know and on that note I was happy to see it but but Maryland Illinois will get their due in time to come but yeah that just reinforced my belief that right now Ohio state is clearly The best as team in the big ten and according to some metrics operating as the best team in college basketball right

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Cowan has 16 points, No. 6 Maryland beats George Mason 86-63

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Cowan has 16 points, No. 6 Maryland beats George Mason 86-63

"Number six Maryland beach George Mason eighty six sixty three the Turks took a twelve point halftime lead as coach mark Turgeon steam one on a nineteen to to run over the periods final six minutes it was more about guys just lock in an implant at a high level even if we would've gone nineteen to run I just felt better about us just because the guys were locked in they were making mistakes and then we really executed and a half Maryland holds Mason to seven of twenty nine shooting in the second half to secure their fifth victory of the season Anthony callin junior leads the way with sixteen points Jaylen Smith that's twelve with ten rebounds for his third double double of the season two others finished scoring in double figures as the Terrapins of posted five straight double digit wins to begin the year depressed in College Park

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"turgeon" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"turgeon" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Over your house turgeon five bucks to see that a well we hard misses oh it's user i'm both i was just one earned it it started to plug got there's so we're going i don't get that can be so here run watered the kitchen sink quarter comes up intensive run call water the call water user for like to walk away for par three close yesterday and it was almost the dream just a stream not not go so you know but you know in the best in the start of the best up yes coming on the spot of the bathroom yes just that one i have no idea that is so well i'm vision when you using water your changing pressure in a system but why water would come on of the path of spot i have i don't know our eyes gonna danny given you know what the lateral benjamin that's a good call i said i'm not a plumber in i'm not sure surgery i have no idea maybe it s association are some your neighbor's but that just makes no sense to me at all one question poulter guys maybe yeah they will can guard little gary do you have in the do you have those of fixtures earlier single handled ones in a bathtub and the shower single handles not no hartman cold you know what they are is just so alright look fall says yeah but i mean do you turn is are one in a cold one or is it just a single that's a single single control now okay and i'm that single control down doesn't have the automatic temperature sensors so you said it to a certain temperature but i don't know well when you turn out and do you just turner to a certain point minute maintains that temp yeah if it does end of maintains that temperature automatically yeah always something could be messed up and that and maybe it's so yeah i don't know only parts plus is the guy to call go landed plumbing parts plus when he's out there he you can call in to help us out but plumlee parts plus give them a call at four one four three to.

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"turgeon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"turgeon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Might be planning on timeliness of we don't know you know exactly what you need to fight you know what what i find interesting is that these banks are kind of gonna be sentenced all nearly at the same hearing and hubiese was played guilty into turgeon is not the currency making charges but charges revealed it stemmed from that investigation has been and sentenced just a half hour prior also we know what the government you know these are the fine says that the government in the banks announced when when all these banks played guilty in money fifteen so you know in all the is this sort of firings between now and then and there's been no indication he wouldn't except that i think the justice department has also gone to great ranks in their documents to show the type of cooperation the banks a given them in order to sort of say why they should get these type of reduced kind of but there's little indication an or information as to whether the banks cooperation as helping the prosecutor's to build his against the group of trade or is at the heart of a conspiracy and that was supposedly i'm mandate yeah so i mean i think we can presume that what the cooperating thanks for doing it it's helping the justice department and sort of getting more information about the particular traitorous unquestioned but the thing if you don't you can assuming with that is the kind of the so there's a rather ridiculous irony here it it seems to me so basically we've got certain markets there that are largely dominated by a comparatively small number of stuff large make a thanks the very size of despite the very roles with the at the micro both markets but and they both into engaged in the middle of their personnel turned into a minute build but if you're starter are you question but by the same token that change it makes it an article for the justice department actually to investigate early if without getting the cooperation out the defending institutions themselves truck so you know that many people have already for a long time that the existed to like about actually into because financial petitions ever effectively i'm comfortable even internal by their own board but in addition of course relatively.

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